Graduate Studies: Health Management & Policy
Health Management and Policy is concerned with the administration and management of public, not-for-profit, and community-based health care organizations, formulating and implementing health care policy, analyzing the distribution of and access to health care services, financing and reimbursement of health care services, and evaluating quality and outcomes of health care services and programs. The Health Management and Policy track draws upon a variety of disciplines, including health administration, health policy, public administration, business, public health law, health ethics, and economics.
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HEALTH MANAGEMENT & POLICY CONCENTRATION, 18 credit hours
|COURSE NUMBER||COURSE TITLE||CREDIT HOURS||REQUIRED OR ELECTIVE|
|PH 7130||Leadership and Public Health||3||Required|
|PH 7170||Public Health Policy||3||Required|
|PH 8250||Health Economics and Policy||3||Required|
|Select 2 courses from the following HMGP list A of approved elective courses:
Select 1 course from the following HMGP list B of approved elective courses:
More information about the Health Management & Policy MPH Concentration.
HEALTH SERVICES AND POLICY RESEARCH (PhD)
|COURSE NUMBER/TITLE||TOTAL CREDIT HOURS|
|Required Concentration Courses:
|Advanced Research Methods, Statistics and Electives Courses:
Select at least 6 pre-approved courses in consultation with the Faculty Advisor.
Other appropriate research methods/statistics courses may be approved by the Faculty Advisor on the Doctoral Program of Study form.
More information about the Health Services & Policy Research Ph.D. Concentration.