Health Policy & Management educates and trains students for careers in health system governance and management, long-term care, Medicare and Medicaid policy, pharmaceutical policy, mathematical modeling and simulation, and health economics. Students can pursue programs in policy, including advocacy, regulation, government, and public health; they can also choose programs focused on management, in preparation for key leadership positions in health care systems, hospitals, health insurance firms, physician groups, and other health-related organizations.
Master of Health Administration, Health Policy & Management
Prepare for a managerial role in health care systems and networks, managed care, health insurance, and long-term care organizations.
Master of Public Health, Health Policy & Management
Prepare for a career as a public policy analyst, an advocate for public health and high-quality care, or a professional engaged in the development and implementation of health policies.
Doctor of Philosophy, Health Services Research and Policy
The Health Services Research and Policy (HSRP) PhD program meets an ongoing need for public health researchers who focus on cost, access and quality of the health care system. Graduates will be prepared to conduct research on policy issues affecting the organization, financing, and delivery of health care and public health services.