Learning Experience

More than a degree.

The Kelley Business of Medicine Physician MBA Program is more than attending class. The knowledge, personal coaching and peer learning you gain from this program will enhance more than your title — it will create an experience unlike any other. We bring together accomplished, talented physicians from across the country and from various specialties to work together. You’ll solve real healthcare problems in a safe environment, led by expert business faculty and one-on-one coaches. You'll learn about the business of healthcare, and you'll discover more about yourself and your potential.

2020 Class Profile

44Physician Students

15U.S. States Represented

14Years on Average Post Residency

44Years is the Average Age



How You’ll Learn as an MBA

In-Person Class Sessions

Our quarterly in-person class sessions allow you to engage with other physicians and Kelley professors in a rich learning environment in downtown Indianapolis. In-person class sessions are an engaging three days of education, as the powerful academics of the Kelley School are partnered with experiential discussions with your peers, professors and industry experts.

Experience a residency session

Online Learning

Our flexible learning model means that physicians across the country benefit from earning a physician-only Kelley School of Business MBA. Our on-demand and live coursework is accessible whenever you have time in your schedule to learn, allowing you to plan your studies around existing professional and personal obligations.


What to expect from online learning

Time Commitment

As a busy physician, you need to understand how a rigorous MBA program will fit into your life. Our program is designed with physicians in mind, and it’s led by Kelley faculty members who are pioneers in online learning. The Physician MBA also makes the best use of your time as the lone physician-only MBA program offering continuing medical education (CME) credits.

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This experience has been life-altering. It's made me look at things in a different way — with a clear understanding of what's happening in medicine, that things have to change and that you can help make those changes.David Goldrath, MD, MBA'16 | Urologist and President at Comprehensive Urologic Care