Eller College Launches New Graduate Programs to Address Industry 4.0: Economics and Healthcare Management

Eller College of Management Launches New Graduate Programs to Address Industry 4.0: Economics and Healthcare Management
March 20, 2018

TUCSON, Ariz. – Mar. 20, 2018 – The Eller College of Management at the University of Arizona announces the launch of new specialty master’s programs directly addressing the needs of the 4th industrial revolution. 

With four interlocking strands in econometrics, microeconomics theory, empirical microeconomics and experimental/behavioral economics, the STEM-designated Master of Science in Econometrics and Quantitative Economics provides a foundation in analytical and empirical skills for practical economic analysis.  

The fully online Master of Healthcare Management, with concentrations in healthcare leadership, healthcare innovation and healthcare informatics, helps physicians, healthcare administrators and future healthcare leaders develop the business skills that are essential for transforming the 21st century healthcare industry.  

Both programs will accept their first cohorts for the fall 2018 semester.

“Our new graduate programs reflect Eller’s focus on preparing students to be competitive in the 21st century marketplace,” says Eller College Dean Paulo Goes. “The business world has fundamentally changed with the advent of the Internet of Things. These programs reflect this new reality and will give students the knowledge and skills they need to lead in this new economy.” 

Applications are being accepted now. For more information and to apply, visit econ.arizona.edu/masters and healthcare.eller.arizona.edu/mhm. To learn about all of Eller’s leading-edge master’s programs, visit www.eller.arizona.edu/masters.

About the Eller College

  
Founded in 1933, the Eller College of Management at the University of Arizona upholds the visionary belief that business education helps shape the world in new and unprecedented ways through pioneering and practical research, innovative coursework, data-driven decision-making and excellence in entrepreneurship and social responsibility. Accredited by the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB), the Eller College of Management is home to more than 7,000 undergraduate, graduate and PhD students and offers nine majors, six minors, six specialty master’s programs, four MBA programs and six doctoral programs. The college also houses several centers of excellence and research labs. The college is currently ranked 21st in the United States by U.S. News & World Report for undergraduate business programs (number 11 public). U.S. News also ranks our full-time MBA number 49, our evening MBA number 46, our online MBA number 33 and our online master’s in MIS number 8 in the country. In addition, our management information systems department ranks number four nationally and our McGuire Center for Entrepreneurship is ranked number 15 nationally (U.S. News). The Eller Executive Education program debuted at number 68 in the Financial Times Executive Education Program ranking (number 4 in the Western U.S.).

Press Contacts:

Amy Schmitz
520.626.9547, aeschmitz@email.arizona.edu
 
Sue Kern-Fleischer
602.810.1404, news@eller.arizona.edu