Health Policy for Clinicians
Advanced Professional Certificate in Health Policy for clinicians
The Advanced Certificate in Health Policy for Clinicians offers physicians, postdoctoral students, other health practitioners and clinicians the opportunity to enhance their expertise by learning to manage various policy questions within any healthcare framework. Drawing from NYU Wagner's highly-ranked Health Policy and Management program, this certificate offers an opportunity for professionals to enhance their skills and knowledge in the economics and politics of health policy.
Students must complete 12 credits to obtain this Certificate (courses are 3 credits unless noted).
Students must complete the following 6 credits of coursework:
HPAM-GP 2836 Current Issues in Health Policy
HPAM-GP 4830 Health Economics I (1.5 credits)
HPAM-GP 4831 Health Economics II (1.5 credits)
Constrained Elective Course:
Students choose 6 credits of coursework from the following:
HPAM-GP 2825 Continuous Quality Improvement
HPAM-GP 2846 The Realities of Managing Complex Health Systems
HPAM-GP 4852 Ethical Issues in Healthcare Management (1.5 credits)
HPAM-GP 4853 Health Care Law and Ethics (1.5 credits)
PADM-GP 2170 Performance Measurement and Management
PADM-GP 2171 Evaluating Programs and Policies
PADM-GP 2173 Operations Management for Public, Nonprofit, and Health Contexts
PADM-GP 2174 The Intersection of Operations, Policy, and Leadership
PADM-GP 2411 Policy Formation and Analysis
Students must waive prerequisite courses if they are required for any of the above elective courses a student wishes to take toward the certificate. If students are unable to waive the course(s), only one course from the list below may count toward the certificate and other courses would need to be completed in addition to the certificate.
CORE-GP 1011 Statistical Methods for Public, Nonprofit, and Health Management
CORE-GP 1018 Microeconomics for Public Management, Planning, and Policy Analysis
CORE-GP 1020 Management and Leadership
CORE-GP 1022 Introduction to Public Policy