WHA Health Care Leadership Academy Graduates to Receive UW MBA Benefits
Registration now open for inaugural “business of health care” educational program for health care leaders
Health care leaders who complete the WHA Health Care Leadership Academy
organized and delivered in partnership with the Wisconsin School of Business Center for Professional & Executive Development will earn a number of higher education benefits in addition to their course certificate.
Graduates of the five-month program beginning in February 2022 will receive the following additional Wisconsin School of Business recognition:
- Priority consideration for admission in the Business Professional MBA (PMBA) program;
- 10% tuition discount on the PMBA program (an approximately $7,500 value);
- Credit towards a healthcare leadership badge, as required for a PMBA;
- Eligibility to waive up to 12 credit hours of graduate coursework in the PMBA program, if obtained as part of graduate coursework from the University of Wisconsin-Madison or another Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB)-accredited institution (Each candidate will be reviewed and approved based on his or her academic credentials).
The WHA Health Care Leadership Academy will help build resilient and capable health care leaders to successfully navigate growing industry complexities and opportunities. The program is open to clinician and non-clinician staff and targeted toward hospital leaders who aspire to c-suite positions and to current executives who want to advance further within their organizations.
Participation in the academy is open to WHA member hospital staff only.
For more information about the WHA Health Care Leadership Academy, click here
. For any questions, contact WHA Vice President of Education and Marketing Leigh Ann S. Larson
This story originally appeared in the October 21, 2021 edition of WHA Newsletter