The certificate program seeks to impart the knowledge and skills necessary for creating, analyzing, and assessing health communications in a diverse and global world, where health occupies an increasingly prominent portion of our public life.
This program provides graduate-level training, specifically in the economics of the health care industry. We emphasize extensive training in mathematical and quantitative analysis, including substantial exposure to applied econometrics.
The doctoral program is designed to train scientists to engage in modern economic research related to questions pertinent to the health care sector and to personal and public health. Students take courses both from the Economics Department and the Health Systems, Management & Policy Department.
This certificate program provides students a foundation for understanding the complex role of families and family members at multiple levels, as well as the social systems and organizations responsible for supporting families and individuals.
This certificate program provides training in the core research methodologies and theories of medical sociology, examining individual experience, institutional structures, laws and policies that affect health, and broader systems of inequality that lead to unequal rates of illness and access to care.