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Health Management & Policy

Degrees & Programs

Master Degrees (M.H.S.A., M.P.H., M.S.)

We offer a variety of master degree programs related to health care and public health services, including several dua- degree programs. All of our degrees integrate education in both management and policy, preparing students for a wide range of professional positions within the field. This includes careers as executive-level administrators in health care delivery organizations, insurance companies, and public health agencies; health care consultants; health policy analysts and advisors, health care financial analysts; health services researchers; and lobbyists and policy advocates.

The combination of our multidisciplinary, integrated curriculum and our world-renowned faculty make us consistently rated as the top master degree program in health management and policy in the United States.

Executive Master's Program

Professionals currently working in the field of health management and policy who are seeking to earn a master's degree should consider our Executive Master's Program, which allows students to work full time while pursuing a master's degree through a combination of on-campus coursework and distance learning.

Ph.D. Program

The Health Services Organization and Policy (HSOP) Program is the HMP doctoral program leading to a Ph.D. and prepares students for careers in research, teaching, and policy analysis in the broad field of health services.

Post-Doctoral Fellowship Programs

Two post-doctoral fellowship programs are housed in the Department of Health Management and Policy: The Robert Wood Johnson Scholars in Health Policy Research Program, and the Kellogg Health Scholars Program.

Summer Enrichment Program

The Summer Enrichment Program in Health Management and Policy is an 8-week summer internship program for undergraduate students interested in the goal of eliminating racial, ethnic and socioeconomic disparities in health.