Toronto's Rotman School of Management Launches Executive MBA in Healthcare

New, 18-month EMBA to launch in 2018

The University of Toronto's Rotman School of Management has announced plans to launch a new Executive MBA program in Healthcare & the Life Sciences.

The new EMBA is specifically designed for professionals working in the healthcare and life sciences sectors. 

It will include five modules. Three of the modules will be delivered in Toronto, one in the San Francisco Bay Area, and one in Singapore. The modules will be spread out over the course of 18 months. The first residency is two weeks long and the rest are one week long each.

The curriculum of the EMBA program will cover a variety of topics, with courses such as "Financial Tools for Healthcare & Life Sciences," "Health Sector Strategy & Organization," and "Information Technology & Digital Health Innovations," among others.

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The Rotman School currently offers a major in Health Sector Management for students in the School’s Full-Time, Morning and Evening MBA programs.

To apply for Rotman's new EMBA in Healthcare & the Life Sciences, applicants should have a minimum of eight years of work experience plus relevant knowledge of healthcare and life sciences organizations.

The new EMBA is set to launch in fall 2018.

For more information, please see Rotman's EMBA in Healthcare & the Life Sciences course webpage.

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