Health care management for the future.
Simon Business School’s Master of Science in Medical Management provides the skills needed for success in the dynamic and changing world of health care. New regulations and emerging innovations present challenges and opportunities for professionals across the spectrum of the industry. In addition to staying current with new information, medical and health-services leaders must be equipped with the expertise to predict and adapt to the evolving business of health care.
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Invest in your career with a Simon MS in Medical Management.
Next Application Deadline:
We are accepting applications for 2024 entry! At Simon we have rolling admissions, which means you can apply at any point in an application round and applications are read as they are received. If you apply earlier in a round, you're likely to receive your decision before the notification deadline for the round you're applying. We look forward to reviewing your candidacy!
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- Merit-based scholarships available
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- Admission decision by March 30
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Apply what you learn in the classroom today
on the job tomorrow.
One of the main benefits of being a part-time business student is the ability to put your classroom learning to work in real time. You’ll start to make connections and use data to drive insights, allowing you to use your Simon degree to make an immediate impact on your workplace.
If you’re a University of Rochester employee, you can apply your tuition benefits to your MS in Medical Management program. Contact us to learn more.
My previous education was very individualized and didn’t involve many group projects. It was the opposite in the Medical Management program. I really learned a lot about leadership and how to manage people while keeping them on track with timelines. Accomplishing a common goal with a group of people—when not everyone works the same way—was challenging but highly rewarding.