The Kelley School of Business Physician MBA Program is more than simply a degree. This experience also helps you define what you want out of your career, discover which path best suits your skills and then guides you as you take that next step. Through a professional development and career management course, peer networking, and career and leadership coaching, you determine what you want your future to look like, and precisely how you'll get there.
A course designed specifically for professional development and career management gives you tools to expand and grow your career, create your physician executive résumé format, leverage LinkedIn, utilize healthcare executive recruiters and expand your executive presence.
Working one-on-one with a dedicated career coach, learn how to conduct a professional job search, craft a memorable résumé, cover letter and elevator pitch, leverage an executive healthcare recruiter and develop your career strategy and tactical plan.
Physician Leadership Coaching
Meeting regularly with your physician leadership coach helps you to leverage your newly developed skills to meet your professional goals. Physician leadership coaching helps you create and implement a personalized plan while highly individualized training guides you in exploring your leadership and career plans.
As you network with classroom peers and Physician MBA alumni from a variety of specialties, locations and healthcare organization types, you also have access to alumni resources through IU and the Kelley School. The largest business school alumni network available, Kelley includes than 100,000 alums worldwide.
Your MBA education doesn’t end when you receive your degree. The Kelley School Physician MBA Program invites alumni to special events, lecture series and alumni-only global healthcare studies trips around the globe.
A return on your investment.
By the end of this MBA program, you understand how to position yourself and leverage your degree to become a change agent in the healthcare industry. As you transition from a culture of medicine to the culture of management, you learn how to shift your approach to optimize business knowledge, skills, and tools as your career trajectory evolves.