Media Contact: Brandon Lausch, 215-204-4115, email@example.com
…among business schools for physician executive education
Temple University’s Fox School of Business Executive MBA (EMBA) and its MBA in Health Sector Management programs have been ranked fifth among business schools nationally for physician executive education by Modern Healthcare.
The ranking – tying Fox with University of Pennsylvania’s Wharton School of Business and Rice University’s Jones School of Business – is based on programs’ age, length, tuition and number of graduates as well as the number of days its students visit campus in an academic year. Data for the ranking were collected between March and May 2012.
Fox’s EMBA is ranked top 20 in the U.S. and top 50 in the world by Financial Times. The EMBA curriculum emphasizes strategy, leadership and global studies and allows participants to complete a full MBA program in only 16 months. U.S. News & World Report has ranked Fox’s MBA in Health Sector Management program among the top 5 healthcare management graduate programs in schools of business.
Fox EMBA students enjoy a variety of benefits including reduced tuition through Fox’s Corporate Partner Scholarship Program, which provides scholarship opportunities for students when more than one employee from the same company attends the Fox EMBA program in a given year.
Students attend weekend classes at the Desmond Hotel and Conference Center in Malvern, Pa., and enjoy a complimentary overnight stay at the conference center.
Students can also take advantage of study abroad opportunities in Colombia, France, Japan, Korea and Singapore. Thanks to recent partnerships, Fox students studying in Colombia can seamlessly integrate their study-abroad experience into their degree requirements, and students who choose to stay in the Philadelphia region can expect international exchange students to be present in their class.