The Residential Master's Program in Health Policy and Management
Class of 2010 Placement Statistics
The Department of Health Policy and Management (HPM) prepares students for management positions in various health related settings that include hospitals, health systems, consulting, pharmaceutical firms, government agencies, and public health organizations.
The HPM residential master's curriculum includes but is not limited to concentrations in financial management, strategic planning, outcomes research, managed care, quality management, and policy analysis. The Department is currently ranked second among all accredited programs in health services administration and management nationally.
Two of the Department's professional Master's degrees - the MHA (Masters in Healthcare Administration) and MSPH (Master of Science in Public Health) are included in the following placement data. There is some overlap in the various organizations where the graduates of these two degrees end up, but it is important to note that this graduating class showed an increase in the number of students who pursue additional education upon completion of this program.
MHA Employment by Career Area, 2010
MSPH Employment by Career Area, 2010
2010 MHA Employment Sites
2010 MSPH Employment Sites
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