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Health Policy & Management

MHS Program Curriculum
Academic Year 2015/16

The MHS in Health Economics requires the completion of at least 70 credits.

Summer Term
550.860.82 Academic & Research Ethics
xxx.xxx.xx Introduction to Online Learning
xxx.xxx.xx Sexual Harassment and Sexual Violence Prevention Training

First Term
318.603.01 Applied Microeconomics for Policymaking (3)
340.721.60 Epidemiologic Inference in Public Health (5)
140.621.02 Statistical Methods in Public Health I (4)
313.670.01 Mathematical Microeconomics I (3)
313.861.01 Public Health Economics Seminar (1)
308.867.01 MSPH Seminar (1)

Second Term
313.643.01 Health Economics I (3)
313.630.01 Economic Evaluation I (3)
140.622.01 Statistical Methods in Public Health II (4)
313.671.01 Mathematical Microeconomics II (3)
313.861.01 Public Health Economics Seminar (1)
308.867.01 MSPH Seminar (1)
550.865.81 Public Health Perspectives on Research (2)

Third Term
313.644.01 Health Economics II (3)
313.631.01 Economic Evaluation II (3)
140.623.02 Statistical Methods in Public Health III (4)
309.616.81 Introduction to Research Methods for Health Services Research I (2)
300.xxx.01 MHS Capstone I (2)
xxx.xxx.xx Elective (3)
313.861.01 Public Health Economics Seminar (1)

Fourth Term
313.645.01 Health Economics III (3)
313.632.01 Economic Evaluation III (3)
221.651.01 Econometrics I (4)
309.617.81 Introduction to Research Methods for Health Services Research II (2)
300.xxx.01 MHS Capstone (2)
xxx.xxx.xx Elective (3)
313.861.01 Public Health Economics Seminar (1)