MMCi 4-1-1 Preparatory Class

Duke University’s Master of Management in Clinical Informatics (MMCi) program is seeking a group of recent graduates from technology, business, or clinical programs who are pursuing a health care career. To facilitate entry into the incoming August MMCi Class, we have developed MMCi 4-1-1 Preparatory Class.

MMCi 4-1-1 is a two-week preparatory educational head-start to a select group of recent grads that will be offered prior to program start. Additionally, MMCi will provide experienced working MMCi graduates to serve as mentors to the new grad group to facilitate their growth and transition into the program.

Application deadline: June 16, 2019
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Educational backgrounds in technology, health sciences, business, and public health are all well suited for entering the MMCi program. No GRE or GMAT is required to apply. Admission into the MMCi program is competitive and there is no guarantee of admission. Partial scholarship will be provided.

Career Opportunities – MMCi recent graduates are well suited for Analyst roles in the following types of organizations:

Care Providers Consulting
Clinical Research Government
Health Insurance Diagnostics
Digital Health Telehealth
Data Analytics New Venture

MMCi provides a uniquely integrated curriculum of business and clinical informatics courses, preparing graduates with a business framework for thinking about how technology and data can be applied to health care. The program delivers building block principles in informatics and business and asks students to apply that knowledge in simulated real world projects.

We also offer accelerated career skills through a unique specialized health care curriculum coupled with peer-to-peer learning while working in teams of diverse health care professionals. The program is capped by professional career developments skills and a dedicated career coach.


Randy Sears, MMCi Operations Director (  or Catherine Diederich, MMCi Associate Director (

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