I am currently in pediatrics residency and planning on applying to fellowship this fall and have been considering a masters degree during fellowship and I am having a hard time figuring out the differences in degrees. I am fairly interested in the MHA, MBA, MMM, and MME MHA/MBA: seems like this would be a fairly obvious choice however I have heard that an MHA is more tailored to people not in healthcare already and the MBA would be better for physicians to get business experience. MMM: masters in medical management. this seems to touted as "the MBA for physicians" but what situation would this be more valuable than an MBA? MME: masters in medical education. this one seems pretty self explanatory and appears to be a different trajectory but not exactly sure what that trajectory is. basically I am looking to get information on the differences between the degrees from a practical and career standpoint. basically looking for "MHA is typical for non-physicians, MBA is physicians moving into administration, and MMM for physicians looking to leader but not admin." something like that. Thanks for all the information.