Course/Research Opportunities

Courses

Recommended Courses for Undergraduate and Graduate Students

  • ACC 288/588 – Healthcare Industry Dynamics (W)
  • HLTH 316 – Influencing Health Through Health Systems and Policy (F/W)
  • HLTH 425 – Working with Vulnerable and Diverse Populations (F/W)
  • IS 288/588 – Healthcare Industry Dynamics (W)
  • IS 585R – Healthcare Industry Research (F/W)
  • MBA 288/588 – Healthcare Industry Dynamics (W)
  • MSB 683 – Healthcare Law and Regulations (F)
  • MSB 682 – Healthcare Delivery Management (F)
  • MSB 686 – Healthcare Finance (W)
  • MPA 288/588 – Healthcare Industry Dynamics (W)
  • MSB 589R – Healthcare Executive Lectures (F/W)

Additional Course Recommendations

  • ACC 531 – Advanced Management Accounting (W)
  • HLTH 423 – Integrating Public Health and Primary Care (F/W)
  • HLTH 607 – Public Health Administration (F)
  • IS 505 – Programming for Data Science (F)
  • IS 552 – Capstone* (W)
  • IS 555 – Advanced Data Analytics for Organizations (F)
  • LAW 707 – Health Law and Policy (W)
  • MBA 537 – Change Management (W)
  • MBA 619 – Customer Relationship Management (W)
  • MBA 634 – Quality Management (F/W)
  • MPA 599R – Healthcare Internship (F/W)
  • MPA 631 – Public Program Evaluation (W)
  • MPA 638 – Public Service Program Design and Management (W)
  • MPA 643 – Leadership in Public Administration (W)
  • MPA 690R – Public Management Field Study (F/W)
  • ECON 465 – Health Economics (F/W)
  • HLTH 210 – Foundations of Public Health (F/W)
  • HLTH 316 – Influencing Health Through Health Systems and Policy (F/W)
  • IS 115 – Introduction to Python Data Analytics (F/W)
  • MSB 494R – On-Campus Experiential Project (F/W)

Research Opportunities

The Healthcare industry Research Collaborative (HIRC) offers students an opportunity to participate in up-and-coming healthcare research. Applications are accepted every semester for either a paid research assistant position or as class credit (up to 3.0 credit hours). To learn more, about the HIRC contact Professor Mark Keith.



Keith, Mark
Associate Professor

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