The Center for Health Care serves as the hub for health care at Tuck. Together with students, faculty, staff, and alumni the Center creates learning opportunities and fosters connections for members of the Tuck community interested in the business of health care.
The Center’s faculty offer health care elective courses, lead the MD/MBA and MBA/MPH joint degree programs, and sponsor independent studies related to health care. Working closely with practitioners and experts across health care, the Center offers co-curricular, experiential learning, and career exploration opportunities for students to deepen their knowledge and network in health care.
What are Centers at Tuck?
The six Centers at Tuck forge pathways of learning and application for our MBA students. Centers provide a diverse set of experiences, opportunities, engagement, and experiential learning both on and off campus through a suite of courses, programs, and offerings with faculty, staff, practitioners, alumni, and community members. While there are six individual Centers, our cross-center opportunities and collaboration provide even more ways to engage across many of our programs.
The Health Care Fellows program provides a forum for select second year students to work closely with the Center to further their own understanding and to contribute to building the health care experience at Tuck. Collaborating with the Center, fellows take a leadership role in their own learning and that of their peers.