Students in Health Policy and Management develop a big-picture view of the healthcare landscape to prepare for leadership roles in public and private health organizations. Multidisciplinary studies include healthcare economics and technologies, biostatistics and epidemiology, public health trends, policies and legal issues.
The college offers an accelerated 4+1 program that allows students to earn a bachelor of science and master of public health in five years. Learn more about the 4+1.
Master of Public Health-Master of Social Work*
Master of Public Health-Master of Science in Health Informatics*
*The College of Public Health also offers two dual degrees with the master of public health in health policy and management: a dual degree with a master of social work and a dual degree with a master of science in health informatics. Students interested in a dual degree program must apply to each program separately and indicate their interest in the dual degree.
Faculty and Research
Programs in Health Informatics are housed in the Department of Health Services Administration and Policy. Learn more about faculty and research opportunities.