Yale Shorten Dual Degree MBA / MPH by One Year

Students can now complete program in 22 months

The Yale School of Management and the School of Public Health have announced that they have redesigned Yale's MBA / MPH program, so that both degrees can be completed in 22 months

Previously, the program was three years long. In the new format, students will start at the School of Public Health in the summer, then take a full academic year at the School of Management. That year is followed by a summer doing an internship in the field, and then a final academic year taking electives at both schools.

"The MBA / MPH degree is aimed at students pursuing careers in health care management, where they can help expand access to health care across the nation and work to keep costs down," according to a Yale SOM statement.

For more information, please see Yale SOM's MBA / MPH webpage.

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