MMM Curriculum

Courses in the MMM program take advantage of the professional work experience you bring to the classroom. We provide a professional, problem-solving approach to learning that combines theory with practical tools and real-world application. The MMM involves on-campus residential sessions and distance learning coursework to allow you to pursue a full-time degree while continuing to work in an unrelenting industry.

During the degree's 18-month period, you'll spend approximately 15 hours per week on coursework, which is a combination of reviewing lectures, reading, essay writing, case study analysis and quantitative homework completion. Interaction with instructors and other students via discussion boards and e-mail is an important feature of the distance courses at Heinz College. Students take classes with their pre-assigned cohorts, which are formed according to their start dates.

Students attend four 4.5 day on-site sessions and complete 9 distance-learning courses as part of the degree.

On-Site Courses


Distance Learning Courses

Negotiation and Conflict Resolution


Health Policy

Organizational Management


Advanced Project Management

Statistical Process Control


Infrastructure Management

Health Economics


Operations Management

Health Finance


Health Care Quality

Strategic Health Care Marketing


Health Law

Managing Mergers, Alliances and Divestitures


Executive Leadership

Lean for Healthcare Quality


Business Plan Development

Digital Transformation


Evidence Based Management

Intro to Business Plan Development



Business Plan Presentation



Project Management



Health Care IT & Informatics



For additional information on our course please see our detailed course description document.