An EMBA might be the solution. It allows you to keep your job, learn from the experts and apply new skills immediately back in the work force.
Equip yourself with innovative and practical solutions in the field of healthcare. This program teaches the executives in this industry, or those looking forward to it, broad strategic and theoretical perspectives in order to expand their knowledge of management and administration as applied to the health care industry.
From indigenous civilizations to modern day empires, North America has plenty of hands-on educational opportunities to offer scholars. Filled with a range of distinct cultures, students can educate themselves in well-rounded way.
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Welcome to Canada’s first Executive MBA in Occupational Health & Safety (OHS) Leadership! This visionary new program has been jointly developed and is supported by the Canadian Society of [+]
EMBA in Occupational Health and Safety Leadership
Upcoming Start Dates: January 6, March 3
Welcome to Canada’s first Executive MBA in Occupational Health & Safety (OHS) Leadership! This visionary new program has been jointly developed and is supported by the Canadian Society of Safety Engineering (CSSE). *CSSE CHSC-certified members will be granted a 1-course advanced standing, and are not required to take the Level B elective.
Why This Program Is Needed
The role of the occupational health and safety (OHS) unit in an organization has been steadily and significantly rising in prominence over the last several decades, in many organizations being transferred into the Operations function. This is well-deserved, as the evidence clearly indicates that well-designed and well-managed OHS programs contribute to a much healthier, more satisfied and more productive workforce, coincidentally with a significant financial upside for the organization. However, many, if not most, managers of OHS units have risen to their management positions without any prior post-secondary education in management, and face the dual challenges of a potential performance deficit, and reduced probability of promotion into executive ranks. Thus, this program has been developed to address these challenges, by improving the post-secondary educational landscape for upwardly-mobile OHS managers and executives. ... [-]
The Leadership in Healthcare MBA for Executives brings together distinguished faculty from Yale’s schools of Medicine, Public Health, and Management to teach a curriculum that integrates the analytical and leadership skills of the Yale MBA [+]
Yale MBA for Executives: Leadership in HealthcareThe Program
The Yale MBA for Executives: Leadership in Healthcare Program is an intensive, 22-month Executive MBA program leading to a Yale MBA degree. Designed specifically for current professionals who aspire to lead change in the healthcare industry, this MBA program teaches students the leadership and business skills necessary to address the most pressing issues at the forefront of an ever-evolving healthcare industry. The executive format program enables working professionals to earn a Yale MBA while continuing to advance their careers in their respective fields. Our students come from diverse professional backgrounds and the environment fosters collaboration to broaden perspectives and enables a better appreciation of the unique challenges facing healthcare. As a result our students are more confident in making the critical decisions that are required for change. Key elements of the program:... [-]
The Duke MBA Weekend Executive offers an optional concentration in Health Sector Management for students seeking to enhance their degree with specialized training in the business of health care. [+]
Managers preparing for a rapidly changing, globally competitive business environment while catapulting their careers.
For 20 intense months, you will strengthen core business skills, be exposed to different perspectives on current business issues and build a strong network of peers. Study and work on teams with other leaders with an average of 10 years of work experience.
Beginning in March, you attend classes all day Friday until 5:30 pm and Saturday until 3pm on Duke's campus on alternating weekends. Friday night stays are included in the tuition and are considered part of the weekend residency. The program consists of three required classes during each of the first four terms and six short elective courses in the fifth term.... [-]