10 semester hours total.
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|MHS 5903: U.S. Health Policy
This course will explore how US health policy is made and the interests and roles of various stakeholders and state, local and federal governments. Students will analyze health policies and discern what impact proposed and executed health policies will have on health care entities, groups, individuals and healthcare practice. Students will gain the skills necessary to conduct a policy analysis that examines a health care or public health issue or concern.
|MHS 5207: Practicum
The practicum is a cumulating experience for M.H.Sc. Students. Under supervision of an M.H.Sc. faculty advisor, students will develop community- based, health promotion and disease prevention interventions with underserved and/ or non-traditional populations.
Concentration for Recognition
In order to gain recognition in the "Bioethics concentration of the M.H.Sc. program, the student must complete all six courses for 18 total hours. Those completing the concentration will be recognized as such with appropriate credentials.
If you have any questions regarding the concentration in Bioethics please contact the program or your academic advisor.