One-year program for medical professionals begins August 2008

Vanderbilt Owen Graduate School of Management in Nashville, Tennessee has announced it will begin a new one-year Master of Management in Health Care in August 2008. The program is designed to give medical professionals with at least five years of work experience the "essential business knowledge and skills necessary to manage organizational processes, programs and people."

Along with this new program, Owen also offers a full-time Health Care MBA, as well as various executive, certificate, and custom programs.

For prospective applicants to the Master of Management in Health Care program, an information session will be held at Owen on June 24, 2008.

For more information about the new program, please visit the Vanderbilt Owen website.

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