Before becoming a professor of medicine at Weill Cornell Medicine at New York Presbyterian Hospital, Mitchell Blutt attended the University of Pennsylvania and earned his BA at the School of Arts and Sciences and his MD at the School of Medicine. Mitchell Blutt also holds an MBA from the University of Pennsylvania Wharton School.
Founded in 1881, the Wharton School is well known for its wide variety of MBA business programs, with 19 distinct majors ranging from accounting and business analytics to entrepreneurial management and marketing. It stands out as one of the most widely recognized MBA programs in country, and its graduates are highly sought after by companies in many industries.
The program takes approximately 20 months to complete, and the courses are taught by faculty who are active professionals in a variety of business fields. Students in the program can select from over 200 electives to customize their academic path.