Designed to Drive Health Care Innovation
Duke University’s Master of Management in Clinical Informatics (MMCi) program is highly regarded and well known for providing health care professionals with the expertise they need to manage and lead data-driven innovation. Highlights of our program include:
- Curriculum that blends business and health informatics
Market trends evaluated by industry insiders dictate our curriculum; we’re here to
foster leadership in the health care world, not to be complacent with the status quo.
- Career enhancement in an emerging field
Our alumni enjoy an average of a 20 percent increase in salary following the program, in positions including CEO, CIO, CMIO, CHIO, Health Care IT Director, Clinical Research & Analytics Manager, and Chief Information Officer. Hear directly from our alumni.
- Flexible format that uses both face-to-face and virtual learning
The majority of our students continue to work full-time during the program. The 12-month program is conducted during weekends on Duke’s campus, with the opportunity for limited remote participation.
- Prestigious degree from a Top 10 institution
Duke University School of Medicine has long been known as the premier institution at the crossroads of business, medical research and clinical care. The MMCi program serves as an innovative extension of the world-renowned university.