Kentucky - Gatton to Offer New Healthcare MBA

New part-time MBA specifically designed for healthcare professionals

The University of Kentucky's Gatton College of Business and Economics has announced the launch of a new MBA program in Healthcare.

Classes in the new part-time MBA program will be held in the evening, allowing healthcare professionals to work the program into their schedules. Students can complete the new MBA in either two or three years, depending on how many classes they take per semester.

The healthcare-specific classes will also be available to those who do not want to pursue a full-on MBA. In this case, students can opt to pursue the school's "Healthcare Graduate Certificate," which can be completed in three semesters.

To apply for the new program, prospective students should submit a GMAT or GRE score. The GMAT or GRE score can be waived for those with a degree in law, medicine, or pharmacy, or if a student is presently enrolled in such a program and has good standing.

For more information, please see Kentucky - Gatton's Healthcare MBA webpage.


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