Read the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette feature article about the new Katz-UPMC Executive MBA in Healthcare Program. The story includes an interview with Pitt Business Dean Arjang A. Assad and details the program's structure, format, and genesis.
An internationally recognized EMBA program and a world leader in healthcare joined forces to create the Katz-UPMC Executive MBA in Healthcare program (Katz UPMC EMBA – H). Designed for healthcare professionals seeking high-level advancement, the program equips students with the skills and tools that they need to lead organizations into the future.
At the core of the program’s curriculum are business and management essentials, including Financial Management, Organizational Behavior, Marketing, Accounting, Information Systems, and Supply Chain Management. Classes are taught by distinguished faculty of the Joseph M. Katz Graduate School of Business and students will also learn from UPMC's world-renowned physicians and administrative leaders.
The Katz-UPMC EMBA – H program is offered in affiliation with UPMC (University of Pittsburgh Medical Center), a leading integrated global health enterprise that operates more than 20 academic, community, and specialty hospitals, and 500 outpatient sites. UPMC is ranked No. 13 in the U.S. on the U.S News & World Report Honor Roll of America’s Best Hospitals. UPMC has been named to the list 16 times.
The Katz School and UPMC have a longstanding history of collaboration on research and educational programs, including the Marshall Webster Physicians Leadership Program, the Behavioral Fellows Program, and the International Health Care Management Program. The Katz UPMC EMBA – H program is built upon a foundation of cooperation and will transform clinicians into leaders.