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Health Policy and Management

Concentration in Health and Public Policy Curriculum 2016/17

Summer Term AY 16/17
550.860.82 Academic & Research Ethics
xxx.xxx.xx Introduction to On-line Learning
xxx.xxx.xx Sexual Harassment and Sexual Violence Prevention Training
xxx.xxx.xx Plagiarism Prevention Training

First Term
140.621.01 Statistical Methods in Public Health I (4)
340.721.60 Epidemiologic Inference in Public Health I (5)
300.721.01 PhD Seminar in Health Policy I (2)
301.861.01 Graduate Seminar in Health and Public Policy (1)
318.603.01 Applied Microeconomics for Policy Making (3)
317.600.01 Introduction to the Risk Sciences and Public Policy (3) recommended

Second Term
140.622.01 Statistical Methods in Public Health II (4)
300.722.01 PhD Seminar in Health Policy II (2)
301.861.01 Graduate Seminar in Health and Public Policy (1)
300.712.01 Formulating Policy (3)
306.625.01 Ethical Issues in Health Policy (3) recommended
308.602.01 Role of Government in Health Policy (3) recommended
550.601.01 Implementation Research and Practice (3) recommended
317.610.01 Risk Policy, Management and Communication (3) recommended

Third Term
140.623.01 Statistical Methods in Public Health III (4)
301.861.01 Graduate Seminar in Health and Public Policy (1)
300.713.01 Research and Evaluation Methods for Health Policy I (3)
300.652.01 Politics of Health Policy (4)
300.723.01 PhD Seminar in Health Policy III (2)
306.650.01 Public Health & Law (3)

Fourth Term
140.624.01 Statistical Methods in Public Health IV (4)
300.704.01 HPM PhD Capstone (1)
301.861.01 Graduate Seminar in Health and Public Policy (1)
301.645.01 Health Advocacy (3)
300.715.01 Research and Evaluation Methods for Health Policy II (3)
306.662.01 Public Health Agencies (3) recommended


First Term AY 17/18
300.741.01 PhD Seminar in Health Policy: Using Secondary Data to Conduct Health Policy Research (1)
300.840.01 Special Studies/Methods (15)

Second Term
300.870.01 Research and Proposal Writing I (2)
550.865.81 Public Health Perspectives on Research (2)
300.840.01 Special Studies (12)

Third Term
306.665.01 Research Ethics and Integrity (3)
300.840.01 Special Studies/Methods (13)
300.750.01 Teaching at the University Level (3) recommended

Fourth Term
300.871.01 Research and Proposal Writing II (2)
300.840.01 Special Studies/Methods (14)


AY 2018/19 and Beyond

Once students have completed all of the required and elective coursework, they must maintain a full-time registration (12+ credits per term) for the duration of their program.  Students who have not yet passed the school-wide oral exam should register for 12 credits of special studies (300.840) with their advisor to work on their thesis proposal; once a student has passed the school-wide oral exam, they should register for thesis research credits, 301.820.