The Graduate Program in Health Administration and Policy (GPHAP) allows students to choose a course of study that closely matches their interests and career plans. However, being an interdisciplinary program, we encourage students to broaden their horizons and experience multiple perspectives. Doing so gives our students the analytical skills and training that can be applied to real problems in the health care field.
To fulfill GPHAP’s requirements, students complete four courses, two required GPHAP courses and two health electives. The required courses are structured to emphasize interdisciplinary learning. In addition, GPHAP students complete a Practicum and co-curriculars, which are health care lectures on a wide range of topics.