- Curriculum Plan
- Program Goals and Outcomes
- Internships and Affiliates
- Admission Requirements
- Tuition and Scholarships
To be considered for admission, applicants must submit the following application materials as part of the admission process:
Statement of Interest
Official College Transcripts
Two Letters of Recommendation
2 years of work experience preferred
The MS program is a 6 trimester program for those who have all the admission prerequisites; an additional trimester is required for those who need prerequisite courses. In order to be admitted, an applicant must have completed a bachelor's degree with a 3.0 minimum GPA by the time of program entry. It is recommended that prospective applicants have a bachelor's degree in a field related to health policy and management (e.g. social/behavioral science, epidemiology, management, biological sciences, or health professions) or must have completed substantial coursework in one of those fields. In addition, prospective applicants must have completed the following academic prerequisites with a letter grade of B or better:
- 1 semester Economics
- 1 semester Accounting
- 1 semester Finance
Students lacking the prerequisite courses must take Foundation courses to satisfy the prerequisites.
- HPM 201 – Foundation of Health Economics (2 units)
- HPM 208 – Foundation of Health Accounting and Finance (3 units)
Students must complete a total of 42 units (not including Foundations Courses) with a 3.0 Grade Point Average or better. Additionally, students will need to complete a capstone Master's project and four credits of practicum, which is part of the curriculum.
Must take all required HPM courses at MSMU.