Simmons School of Management
School of Management is a leading
center for innovative teaching, research and discourse on women, leadership and
management. The School of Management has an entrepreneurial, collaborative
learning environment for people who want to accomplish something meaningful for
their organizations, communities, and themselves.
- The MBA program is designed specifically for women's career and
leadership success. Ranked #1 MBA for Women by the Princeton
Review for 4 consecutive years! With courses ranging from
marketing, quantitative analysis, and organizational leadership, our rigorous
MBA curriculum delivers essential business and management skills including an
understanding of how gender dynamics shape women's leadership
- The Health Care MBA
educates women and men for leadership success in today's health care industry.
Offering a greater combination of depth in health care and management than an
MBA or advanced health care degree alone, it combines the strengths of our
nationally recognized MBA program with the expertise of our health care faculty
and an extensive health care curriculum.
The MS in Management
program is designed for individuals who aspire to positions in management and
leadership. The program challenges students with a solid business foundation
and the opportunity to develop management skills for a variety of sectors.
in partnership with NSHMBA, the Simmons NSHMBA scholarship is aimed at
providing access to exceptional management education for Hispanic students.
Simmons will offer up to two NSHMBA scholarships per year to qualified MBA or
Health Care MBA applicants.
part-time applicants are automatically reviewed for scholarship upon completing
an application to the School of Management. Scholarships are awarded to
students based on demonstrated academic achievement, managerial experience, and
Available Funding: Simmons
School of Management NSHMBA Scholar
Funding Type: A one-time scholarship award up to $20,000 disbursed evenly over the length of the program.
Application Deadline: Fall Round 1: Feb 15; Round 2: March 15th,
Round 3: April 15th
Spring Round1: October 1st; Round 2:
Special Instructions: None
NSHMBA Chapter: Boston
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