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Students will take courses in microeconomics, econometrics, cost-benefit and cost-effectiveness analysis, and in areas specific to the department to which they are admitted.

Core courses include:

313.630.01 CONCEPTS AND APPLICATIONS IN ECONOMIC EVALUATION I

313.631.01 CONCEPTS AND APPLICATIONS IN ECONOMIC EVALUATION II

221.644.01 ECONOMETRIC METHODS FOR EVALUATION OF HEALTH PROGRAMS

380.658.01ECONOMICS OF GENDER AND FAMILY

330.606.01 ECONOMICS OF MENTAL HEALTH AND SUBSTANCE USE DISORDERS 

313.641.01 HEALTH ECONOMICS

313.670.01 MATHEMATICAL MICROECONOMICS I

313.671.01 MATHEMATICAL MICROECONOMICS II

380.756.01 POVERTY, ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT, AND HEALTH

313.790.81 UNDERSTANDING COST-EFFECTIVENESS ANALYSIS IN HEALTH CARE

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