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Master Degree Curriculum
The Department of Health Management and Policy offers a core multidisciplinary and integrated curriculum for the MPH and MHSA degrees. All students working towards the 60 credit hour MPH or MHSA degree take a set of courses designed to provide a deep education in the issues, skills and competencies necessary for leaders in the field of health management and policy. The core curriculum involves 40 credits, as described below:
In addition to the core curriculum, students must take one or two additional required courses depending upon their degree choice:
MHSA students take Managerial Accounting (HMP 606) and Corporate Finance (HMP 607)
There is some flexibility and choice for students within the required courses in the core curriculum. In addition, students can tailor their elective course choices to their interests and specific career goals. Please view the sample curricula for different degrees and career paths.
The Department of Health Management and Policy is pleased to offer the Master of Science in Health Services Research (MS-HSR). Students interested in pursuing careers in health services research will find this an attractive degree option. The program, which builds on our internationally recognized MHSA and MPH programs, is designed to provide intensive coursework and applied experience in health services research methods. It permits students to take advantage of our combined strengths in cutting edge health policy and health services research.
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Recommended Course Schedules for Degree Paths (PDFs)
Recommended Course Schedules for Career Paths (PDFs)