Students of this degree program will complete an internship in a health care related setting, giving them valuable experience and contacts in the industry. These professional experiences and networking opportunities are made possible due to nationally-ranked hospital and health service systems just minutes from campus.
Program courses include
- Consumer Choices in Health Care
- Health Services Policy Issues
- Financing Health Care
- Long-term Care Management
- Physician Practice Management
- Principles of Public Health Administration
Your job setting could be
- Managed Care Companies
- Health Systems
- State and Federal Agencies
- Research Organizations
- Human Resources
- Physician Group Practices
Many U.S. states and territories require professional licensure/certification to be employed. If you plan to pursue employment in a licensed profession after completing this program, please visit the Professional Licensure/Certification Disclosures by State interactive map.
Recommended Academic Plan
Recommended Academic Plans provide the possible order of courses students might follow as they pursue a particular degree. RAPs are proposed schedules only. Individual student's schedules might look different if -- in consultation with an academic adviser -- the student has created a different plan. Care should be taken when changing the order of courses, as the RAP takes into account prerequisites and course controls. Changing the other of a RAP might be in the student's best interests and can occur with an adviser's guidance. For the final work regarding the courses needed for graduation in a particular major, all students should consult the University Bulletin and their degree audit.
Students who began studying at Penn State summer 2018 or later should refer to the new suggested academic plans.