MCPHS Fellow

School of Healthcare Business and Technology

Healthcare leaders are utilizing technology to advance the analysis, management, and delivery of patient care at hospitals, medical practices, community health settings, and government agencies.

Making Healthcare Work Better

MCPHS is committed to the future of health and life sciences, preparing students with the distinctive set of skills necessary to become innovative leaders who are focused on evidence, centered on patients, and driven by technology. Students build expertise in analytics, problem-solving, and communication expertise to connect interprofessional teams to deliver care, discover new therapies, and manage organizations.

Healthcare Business and Technology at MCPHS—What Sets it Apart

MCPHS students are immersed in an environment dedicated to training healthcare leaders with a keen understanding of healthcare business and the technical understanding in the digital landscape in which it operates.

Blended Curriculum

At MCPHS, healthcare business and technology students gain industry-specific knowledge and skills that set them apart from graduates of other business programs.

Faculty Experts

MCPHS professors are industry executives, entrepreneurs, and healthcare leaders who share their considerable expertise and experience as well as robust opportunities for internships and employment.

Global Healthcare Hub

MCPHS is situated in Boston’s Longwood Medical and Academic Area, a global center for healthcare delivery, research, and education, providing students access to world-class hospitals and research facilities.

Biotech Hub

Massachusetts is the largest biotech cluster in the world, and MCPHS students are able to take advantage of the ever-expanding opportunities at healthcare, biotech, pharma, and medical device industries within reach of our campuses.

Internship Opportunities

MCPHS programs involve internship opportunities in leading healthcare facilities that prepare students to enter their careers with knowledge, skills, and confidence.

Strategic Connections

MCPHS provides its students with connections to industry leaders—many of them alumni—who provide networking, mentoring, and professional opportunities.

Stats and Facts

MCPHS adds up to be a strategic choice for a career in healthcare business and technology.


growth rate

in health informatics compared to all occupations in U.S.


Earning Power

university in the U.S. for earning power (Wall Street Journal/Times Higher Education)


new life sciences jobs

Massachusetts alone will add 40,000 new life sciences jobs by 2024 (MassBio Industry Snapshot)

News & Features

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Global Focus

With students from 90 countries, MCPHS brings a global focus to healthcare.


Explore the Field of Healthcare Business

Find out what a degree in the analysis and management of healthcare organizations from the Massachusetts College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences will prepare you for.

Industry Leaders with a Passion for Teaching

At MCPHS, cutting-edge scholarship and professional affiliations go hand in hand with instruction and mentoring.

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Michael Spooner

Dean, School of Healthcare Business and Technology

School of Healthcare Business and Technology


Christina Mullikin

DHA Program Director and Assistant Professor

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James Goss

Assistant Professor of Healthcare Administration

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