What are you looking for in a student?
We require forward-thinking health care professionals who are seeking knowledge and skills to provide strategic leadership and effective management within a rapidly changing health care sector.
How flexible is the program schedule?
The unique educational approach and online learning management system offers you flexibility in completing engaging course work at convenient times. We also provide multiple opportunities for collaborative learning and networking with other program participants, faculty, and health care leaders.
The program involves, on average, 16 hours per week of time dedicated to fulfilling the requirements of the learning experience. Courses are sequenced in consecutive seven-week blocks with some brief breaks. There are two onsite residency seminar sessions: one at the beginning of the program and one that bridges into the second year.
When will the program start and how long will it take?
The program begins in late August with a required one-week on-site residency session at our main campus in New York. With the exception of a second on-site residency session the following summer and a three-week intensive online course on the Affordable Care Act, all other courses are seven weeks in length and delivered sequentially online. It will take students 21 months to complete all the requirements of the program.
Why should I consider Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai as the educational institution to earn my degree?
This program is part of the Mount Sinai Health System, the most comprehensive system of unrivaled knowledge, resources, and leadership expertise in the New York metropolitan region. Mount Sinai has a trusted reputation for actually developing and implementing innovative practices in health care delivery which provides a unique basis for teaching and learning.
Can more than one person from an organization join the program?
Organizations benefit from sponsoring participants in the program by building deeper internal expertise to navigate the complexities of today’s health care landscape, reducing money spent on external consultants, and leveraging new opportunities.
Does Mount Sinai encourage enrollment in the program by individuals historically underrepresented in health care leadership?
The mission of our highly regarded Center for Multicultural and Community Affairs (CMCA) is to address health equity by focusing efforts on workforce diversity and facilitating policies and research to improve outcomes for minority and underserved communities. CMCA works with leadership through several formal executive level committees and councils to coordinate outreach, recruitment and retention activities. These efforts have helped sustain outstanding diversity of women and racial and ethnic minorities in the medical and graduate schools. For more information, visit their website.
Is financial aid available for the program?
Yes. Accepted applicants who are U.S. citizens or eligible residents and are interested in pursuing federal loans must submit the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA). Students will be considered for the Federal Stafford Loan program. In addition, all students can consider a monthly payment plan option through our provider, Tuition Management Systems (TMS). Participants often receive tuition subsidization or time off from their employers to complete program work or the applied improvement project (capstone project). The Program Director can provide additional information to support such requests.