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A question I’ve received quite often is, “What makes the Executive MBA/Master of Science in Healthcare Leadership Program unique?”

To me, the answer is simple—this new degree program combines Johnson and Weill, two world-class institutions at Cornell, to make an impact on healthcare delivery and innovation. As the only healthcare-focused, dual-degree Executive MBA program in New York City, the EMBA/MS in Healthcare Leadership is leading the charge to develop trailblazers in health service delivery.

The students in our inaugural class will represent a variety of industries and perspectives. Healthcare is rapidly evolving, and it’s important to invite stakeholders from all aspects of the field to have a “seat at the table.”

Courses will be taught by both academics and practitioners and will be focused on the challenges that individuals who work in healthcare face each day. After weekend classes conclude, our working professionals will be able to apply what they’ve learned when they return to work on Monday morning. It’s an ideal combination of theory and practice.

We invite you to learn more. Connect with us if you’re ready to maximize your impact in healthcare by being a part of this exciting, new venture.


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