Oncology ResidentsToday's rapidly-changing health care environment requires physician leaders skilled in both medicine and management. Whether your career goals include managing your own practice, developing and marketing biomedical discoveries and medical devices, working to enhance the delivery of outstanding clinical care or improving the health care system, the M.D.-M.B.A. dual degree will serve you well. Graduates will be skilled in both medicine and management, prepared to take positions of influence through which they will contribute substantially to the health and well-being of individuals and society.

The College of Business provides an outstanding, innovative graduate business education and has a national reputation as a leader in teaching entrepreneurial thinking. The College of Business has been selected as the National Model MBA Entrepreneurship Program and our programs in entrepreneurship are regularly ranked among the very best in the world.

The School of Medicine has a tradition going back more than 170 years of educating outstanding clinicians and physician-scientists who go on to become leaders in their fields, their communities and in academic medicine.

How to Apply

The MD-MBA program is open to all students who have successfully completed a baccalaureate degree at an accredited college or university.  To be admitted to the program, the student is required to apply to and be accepted by both the School of Medicine and the College of Business and must meet the admissions requirements of both schools.

The application deadline is June 1.

Students seeking admission into this program must submit applications to the Admissions office for the School of Medicine and the College of Business.

These requirements are in addition to the submission of AMCAS medical school application materials.

While enrolled in the School of Medicine, MD-MBA students are subject to academic policies and procedures applicable to MBA students.


Melanie Higgs
Recruiting Manager, MSBA and Grad Programs
College of Business

In Kim, M.D., MBA
Professor of Pediatrics
Co-Director, Center for Health Process Innovation
School of Medicine
Email Dr. Kim