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First, you finish the association’s prerequisites and tests. After that, you can pick among four of the nation’s top universities to complete your post-graduate degree.

There's a Master of Medical Management program, plus an MBA with a focus in medical management and an MS in Healthcare Quality and Safety Management. The formats vary: some online, some in-person plus online. The programs are competitive and fill quickly, so you may want to apply even a few months before you finish your prerequisites. Choose from UMass Amherst Isenberg, Carnegie Mellon University (CMU) Heinz, Thomas Jefferson and Philadelphia Universities, and Arizona State University (ASU).

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Isenberg UMass Amherst

MBA with a Focus in Medical Management

  • 11 courses for 34 credits
  • 100% online, asynchronous
  • All core courses offered every Fall, Spring, Summer
  • Admission on a rolling basis throughout the year
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Carnegie Mellon University

Master of Medical Management

  • Hybrid 18-month course
  • (4) 4-½ Day on-campus sessions
  • Online and asynchronous delivery
  • Interactive sessions online and onsite
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Master of Science in Healthcare Quality and Safety Management

  • 30 Credit program with Capstone Project
  • 10 Online courses
  • Asynchronous delivery
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Master of Science in Population Health

  • 30 Credit program with Capstone Project
  • 10 Online courses
  • Asynchronous delivery

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Arizona State University - College of Health Solutions

Master of Science in the Science of Healthcare Delivery

  • 30 Credit program with Capstone Project
  • All online, asynchronous delivery and self-paced
  • Interactive with faculty and other learners
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Master of Advanced Study in Health Informatics

  • 30 Credit program with Applied Project
  • All online, asynchronous delivery and self-paced
  • Interactive with faculty and other learners
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