Joint MD-MBA Programs in New York

Below are the joint MD/MBA programs offered in the state of New York:

Union Graduate College - The MD/MBA in Healthcare Management from Albany Medical College and Union Graduate College is designed to provide individuals with business understanding specific to the medical career. This program has earned accreditation from the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB), the Commission on Accreditation of Healthcare Management Education (CAHME) and the Liaison Committee on Medical Education.

New York University - NYU School of Medicine and the Leonard N. Stern School of Business jointly offer the dual MD/MBA in General Management program to prepare graduates for a wide range of career options including becoming a medical director, consultant to pharmaceutical companies, etc.

Mount Sinai School of Medicine - The Mount Sinai MD/MBA Program in Health Care Administration is a five-year, dual degree cooperative program between Mount Sinai School of Medicine and Baruch College of the City University of New York. This program provides students with an outstanding business education as applied to the field of health care management.

Stony Brook University - The College of Business and the Medical School at Stony Brook University have created a combined MD/MBA program to prepare students for a management career in the health care field. Students in this combined program will complete MBA courses including finance, financial accounting, marketing, leadership, operations management, etc.

Cornell University - Weill Medical College of Cornell University has partnered with The Johnson School of Management at Cornell University to offer the MD/MBA dual degree for students who want to pursue a career in medicine and business.

University at Buffalo, The State University of New York - The School of Medicine and Biomedical Sciences and the School of Management jointly offer a five-year program leading to both MD and MBA degrees. Students in this dual degree program will participate in a cohort or learning community with a group of full-time MBA students.

Columbia University - The MD/MBA program at Columbia University is designed to educate the next generation of leaders for the health care system. Graduates of this program may pursue a career as a hospital executive, a health care system CEO, or the dean of a medical school.

Kogod School of Business Rankings

The American University Kogod School of Business is one of the leading business schools in Washington, D.C. It offers both graduate and undergraduate business degrees with an unmatched opportunity to integrate a business education with real-world experiences and a global perspective.

Rankings:

- Kogod was ranked 56th out of 124 ranked undergraduate business programs on the annual Bloomberg BusinessWeek "Best Undergraduate B-Schools" list (2013). In addition, Kogod was ranked 35th in the Academic Quality category, which contributes to the overall ranking. This is based on a combination of factors, such as student-faculty ratio, average SAT scores of students, and the percentage of students with business internships, a historically strong measure for Kogod students.

- Kogod School of Business was ranked 56th in U.S. News Ranking of Best Undergraduate Business Schools (2013). It was also ranked 23rd in a specialty ranking of International Business programs.

- Ranked No. 1 on the annual Bloomberg BusinessWeek "Best Undergraduate B-Schools" list in the "Best in Sustainability" category (2013).

- Ranked 59th out of 75 schools in Forbes's 2009 installment of its biennial the "Best Business Schools", a ranking of the best graduate business programs in the United States.

Accreditation:

American University's Kogod School of Business is accredited by The Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business.