Skip to main content

Undergraduate Admission

health icons

Business of Health Innovation

Summer 2024 Pre-College Program

The week-long summer program showcases a cutting-edge curriculum centered around innovative technologies that revolutionize health, ranging from medical devices to digital health solutions and biotechnology.

The program uniquely integrates business aspects of the health industry, with an emphasis on Boston's robust life sciences industry, offering students an unparalleled opportunity to explore the dynamic health ecosystem in one of the nation's health industry hubs. Additionally, the program will focus on digital health's impact on populations and how psychology and health behaviors inform wellbeing companies, empowering students to understand how new technologies and innovative ideas make populations healthier. Courses will be offered on campus in summer 2024 and you can find the course schedule below. 


Courses are offered on campus this summer. Check out the dates of upcoming courses and formats. 

View Schedule

Tuition and Aid

Tuition varies by format and scholarships are available. View application requirements and deadlines for priority consideration eligibility.

Tuition and Aid

Frequently Asked Questions

Check out some commonly asked questions regarding to the program and application process.

View FAQs

Unleashing Your Business Education in the Health Industry

The health industry is a dynamic and exciting field and you can be at the forefront to help people and patients alike. Students in the Pre-College program will learn about the business of health and critically evaluate new health products, technologies and services. Take a look at how business comes to life in the health industry.

danielle hartigan
Danielle Blanch Hartigan
Program Director

Danielle Blanch Hartigan, PhD, MPH is a social scientist with interdisciplinary research and teaching interests in psychology and public health. Her research, broadly defined, aims to understand how psychological constructs influence the powerful relationship between healthcare providers and patients to foster patient-centered care and to improve patient perceptions of their care. Dr. Blanch Hartigan is a former Cancer Prevention Fellow at the National Cancer Institute. A central focus of her work explores how patient-centered communication and survivorship care planning aid cancer patients in their transition from active treatment to survivorship.