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Health Policy, MS, PhD
Health policy dominates the national political conversation as serious healthcare issues impact a growing number of Americans The graduate Health Policy program from USciences will prepare you to affect systemic change through the analysis and development of smart, evidence-based, and comprehensive health care policies. We offer both non-thesis masters and PhD options.
Our graduates enter a lucrative, interdisciplinary field at the forefront of healthcare policy change with job opportunities ranging from health systems to private insurance companies to government agencies and research.
Courses cost $1,000 per credit. The masters can be completed in about two years; and the PhD can be completed in less than 8 years, even as a part-time student.
What Sets Us Apart?
- We offer part-time and evening courses to accommodate today’s working professionals.
Very few doctoral programs in the region offer this level of individual attention
- Our small program size ensures access to our impressive faculty, recognized experts
in health economics, urban health, pharmaceutical outcomes research, and public health
- As the first college of pharmacy in North America, USciences boasts university-wide
expertise in pharmaceuticals, making it an ideal place to study policy issues related
to this global industry
- Our strong interdisciplinary focus means you’ll learn to analyze health policy issues through many lenses, including regulatory, economics, sociology, epidemiology, and statistics.
Health Policy Student Speaks on Twitter Panel About Intersection Between Technology, Recovery
November 13, 2018
Robert Ashford PhD'24 (Health Policy), MSW, will participate in a multiplatform conversation about recovery and policy that can help to support recovery with @TwitterDC on Wednesday, Nov. 14, 2018, at 4 p.m.
USciences Prepared Doris Forestal PhD'18 for the Future of Global Regulatory Affairs
May 24, 2018
DORIS FORESTAL PhD'18 (Health Policy), Director of Global Labeling Therapeutic Area Head for Oncology in the Global Regulatory Affairs department at Janssen Pharmaceuticals, pursued her doctorate degree to further her career
USciences Announces College Restructuring for 2018-19
February 21, 2018
The main element of the restructure is the elimination of Mayes College of Healthcare Business and Policy with its programs being repositioned to the other colleges.
USciences and Franklin BioScience, a Leading Medical Cannabis Innovator, Announce Collaboration
December 19, 2017
Agreement Builds on USciences excellence in research and education; leverages Franklin BioScience's expertise and knowledge of the cannabis plant and deep history of bringing innovative science-backed medical cannabis products to patients.
USciences Alumnus Gets a Competitive Edge in the Advertising Industry
December 15, 2017
Paolo Aragona PHB'12 set out on a path toward a career in health and wellness and found the business of communication.
Assistant Director, Health Policy Program
University of the Sciences
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Philadelphia, PA 19104-4495