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.