Health Management & Policy (HMP)
The Department of Health Management and Policy prepares students for a wide range of professional careers within the healthcare and public policy fields. Through rich classroom experience, hands-on learning and opportunities to engage in research and community outreach, our graduates go on to work in settings that include complex health systems, government, non-profit, finance and research.
HMP 812 - Health Analytics
This course introduces students to the field of health analytics and data science. It expands upon introductory statistical and data manipulation methods to include data mining, predictive analytics, cluster analysis, trend and pattern recognition, and data visualization. It couples data skills with interpretive and communication skills. Students will also be exposed to basic statistical programming. There will be a graduate component of the course (812) where students will work on advanced concepts and complete a separate culminating project.
Equivalent(s): DATA 812
HMP 975 - Praxis
An applied experience consisting of field study and the development of management or policy case studies and supporting analysis to explore the relationship between theory and professional practice. Cr/F. IA (Continuous grading).