Warwick Business School has announced that it will launch an Executive MBA in Healthcare beginning this year.
The new specialism will address the needs of managers in the healthcare and pharmaceutical industries. According to a news release from the school, participants in the new EMBA "can learn how strategic leadership works in healthcare, find out about the emerging healthtech industry and discover how to manage health service delivery on the specially designed MBA course."
The program includes eight core modules, covering topics in leadership, innovation and creativity, followed by three specialist modules:Strategic Leadership in Healthcare, Digital Innovation in the Healthcare Industry, and Managing Service Delivery in Healthcare.
Students may also undertake a major project in the healthcare field.
The program is offered on Warwick's London campus in The Shard. Warwick is one of several business schools that has, in recent years, begun offering MBA and EMBA courses in London.
Warwick's announcement of the new EMBA in Healthcare comes just months after it announced an EMBA program in Finance.
The new EMBA in Healthcare is set to launch in October.
For more information, please see Warwick's news release announcing the new EMBA in Healthcare.
Photo: "View of the quarter in which The Shard is situated in November 2012" by Oliver25 (cropped, rotated)