Northeastern launching new Doctor of Medical Science in Healthcare Leadership

Are you interested in advancing your medical career in new directions? Northeastern University’s Bouvé College of Health Sciences is launching an innovative doctoral degree: Doctor of Medical Science in Healthcare Leadership.

This is a first-of-its-kind degree opportunity from an R1 research institution designed to help launch medical professionals into healthcare leadership careers, where jobs are expected to grow by 32% by 2030.

Because of the upswing in coronavirus infections, healthcare professionals wear protective masks as they work.

The program is a 100% online doctoral degree open to all medical professionals looking to expand their career potential in healthcare leadership, administration, education, and advocacy. The flexible part-time program also lets you continue to work as you earn your degree.

Learn more and apply today.

This degree allows students to focus on one of 7 specialized healthcare concentrations depending on their personal interests and career goals:

  • Health Informatics (Practice)
  • Health Informatics (Research)
  • Health Law
  • Business Management for Healthcare
  • Public Health
  • Pharmacy and Health Systems Sciences
  • Interdisciplinary

Students will gain new perspectives and visibility into challenges and opportunities across the medical sciences in a curriculum designed with healthcare leaders to create leaders with in-demand skills.

“The new Northeastern University Doctor of Medical Science degree at Bouvé College is unique in design, leveraging interprofessional faculty and coursework to prepare the next generation of healthcare leaders,” said Mary Jo Bondy, DHEd., MHS, PA-C.

Learn more about the new program and the advantages of being among the first to graduate with this innovative doctoral degree.

Questions? Speak to the program team at [email protected] or (617) 373-3195.