Get a degree in Healthcare Management and Policy

Required coursework

As a SPEA student you will complete various requirements for your degree based on the date you entered Indiana University Bloomington (your matriculation date). There are several components to your curriculum including:

  • General Education
  • SPEA Preparation
  • Healthcare Core
  • Experiential Learning
  • Major
  • Electives

There are several ways you can view degree requirements. Your Academic Advising Report is your personalized report outlining your existing requirements and progress toward graduation. You can also expand the term (semester and year) you entered Indiana University Bloomington to review degree requirements. Please note these requirements are for advising purposes only and are not official. To discuss your degree requirements and academic goals please make an appointment with your academic advisor.

All your degree requirements are based on the semester and year you entered IU Bloomington. If you became an IU Bloomington student either Fall 2016 or Spring 2017 you are in the right place!

General Education: select the appropriate academic year (2016-2017) in the "Courses Approved for:" section.

SPEA Preparation

Communication (6cr)

  • Professional Writing – One course from:
    • ENG-W 231 Professional Writing Skills (3cr) (P: English comp)
    • ENG-W 240 Community Service Writing (3cr) (P: English comp)
    • BUS-C 204 Business Communications (3cr) (P: English comp with grade C or better, and second-year standing)
    • SPEA-V 260 Professional Writing for Public Affairs (3cr)
  • Oral Communication – One course from:
    • ANTH-A 122 Interpersonal Communication (3cr)
    • ANTH-L 208 Ways of Speaking (3cr)
    • BUS-C 104 Business Presentations (3cr)
    • COLL-P 155 Public Oral Communication (3cr)
    • ENG-R 228 Argumentation and Public Advocacy (3cr)
    • THTR-T 120 Acting I: Foundations of Acting (3cr)
    • SPEA-V 260 Speaking, Listening and Public Affairs (3cr)

Quantitative (12cr)

  • Computer – One course from:
    • SPEA-V 261 Computers in Public Affairs (3cr)
    • BUS-K 201 The Computer in Business (3cr)
    • CSCI-A 110 Introduction to Computers and Computing (3cr) (P: One year high school algebra or MATH-M 014)
    • CSCI-A 201 Introduction to Programming I (4cr) (P: Two years high school math or MATH-M 014)
  • SPEA-K 300 Statistical Techniques (3cr) OR equivalent (P: MATH-M 014 or equivalent; R: MATH-M 118)
  • ECON-E 201 Introduction to Microeconomics (3cr)
  • ECON-E 202 Introduction to Macroeconomics (3cr) (P: ECON-E 201)

American Government Foundations (3cr)

  • POLS-Y 103 Introduction to American Politics (3cr)

Healthcare Core

  • SPEA-V 160 National and International Policy (3cr)                 
  • SPEA-V 236 Management Concepts and Applications I (3cr)                  
    •   OR SPEA-V 366 Managing Behavior in Public Organizations (3cr) (discontinued)
  • SPEA-H 124 Health Care Management and Policy (3cr)
  • SPEA-H 316 Environmental Health Science (3cr)                                       
  • SPEA-H 322 Principles of Epidemiology (3cr)
    •   OR SPH-E/H 311 Human Diseases and Epidemiology (3cr)
  • SPEA-H 342 Community Health Education (3cr)
    •   OR SPH-B 403 Public Health Program Planning (3cr)

Experiential Learning

  • SPEA-H 267 Career Development and Planning (2cr)
    • OR exemption (consult SPEA advisor)
  • SPEA-H 466 Public Health Field Experience (1cr) (P: SPEA-H 267)
    • OR exemption (consult SPEA advisor)
Get more information


Healthcare Management & Policy Major (12 courses)

The following seven courses:

  • SPEA-H 341 Legal Aspects of Health Care Administration (3cr)
  • SPEA-H 352 Healthcare Financial Management I (3cr)
  • SPEA-H 353 Healthcare Financial Management II (3cr) (P: SPEA-H 352)
  • SPEA-H 354 Health Economics (3cr)
  • SPEA-H 365 Health Services Practicum (1cr) (P: SPEA-H 124)
  • SPEA-H 374 Health Management Ethics (3cr) (P: SPEA-H 124)
  • SPEA-V 373 Human Resource Management in the Public Sector (3cr)

Five of the following courses:

  • SPEA-E 316 Insects and the Environment (3cr)
  • SPEA-E 324 Controversies in Environmental Health (3cr)
  • SPEA-H 324 Health Policy (3cr) (P: SPEA-H 124)
  • SPEA-H 401 Strategic Planning for Health Care Organizations (3cr)
  • SPEA-H 402 Hospital Administration (3cr) (P: SPEA-H 124)
  • SPEA-H 411 Chronic and Long-Term Care Administration (3cr)
  • SPEA-H 432 Health Care Marketing (3cr)
  • SPEA-H 455 Topics in Public Health (3cr) (repeatable with different topics)
  • SPEA-H 456 Health Care Reimbursement (3cr)
  • SPEA-V 275 Introduction to Emergency Management (3cr)
  • SPEA-V 379 Performance Measurement and Program Evaluation (3cr)
  • SPEA-V 432 Labor Relations in the Public Sector (3cr) (P: SPEA-V 373)
  • SPEA-V 450 Contemporary Issues in Public Affairs (3cr) (approved topics only; consult SPEA advisor; repeatable with different topics)
  • SPEA-V 482 Overseas Topics in Public Affairs (0-15cr) (approved topics only; consult SPEA advisor; repeatable with different topics)

Electives

Electives are courses that do not meet general education or major requirements, and may be used to fulfill the remainder of the 120 credit hours required for this degree. Please meet with your academic advisor to discuss your electives.

All your degree requirements are based on the semester and year you entered IU Bloomington. If you became an IU Bloomington student either Fall 2015 or Spring 2016 you are in the right place!

General Education: select the appropriate academic year (2015-2016) in the "Courses Approved for:" section.

SPEA Preparation

Communication (6cr)

  • Professional Writing – One course from:
    • ENG-W 231 Professional Writing Skills (3cr) (P: English comp)
    • ENG-W 240 Community Service Writing (3cr) (P: English comp)
    • BUS-C 204 Business Communications (3cr) (P: English comp with grade C or better, and second-year standing)
    • SPEA equivalent (3cr)
  • Oral Communication – One course from:
    • ANTH-A 122 Interpersonal Communication (3cr)
    • ANTH-L 208 Ways of Speaking (3cr)
    • BUS-C 104 Business Presentations (3cr)
    • COLL-P 155 Public Oral Communication (3cr)
    • ENG-R 228 Argumentation and Public Advocacy (3cr)
    • THTR-T 120 Acting I: Foundations of Acting (3cr)
    • SPEA equivalent (3cr)

Quantitative (12cr)

  • Computer – One course from:
    • SPEA-V 261 Computers in Public Affairs (3cr)
    • BUS-K 201 The Computer in Business (3cr)
    • CSCI-A 110 Introduction to Computers and Computing (3cr) (P: One year high school algebra or MATH-M 014)
    • CSCI-A 201 Introduction to Programming I (4cr) (P: Two years high school math or MATH-M 014)
  • SPEA-K 300 Statistical Techniques (3cr) OR equivalent (P: MATH-M 014 or equivalent; R: MATH-M 118)
  • ECON-E 201 Introduction to Microeconomics (3cr)
  • ECON-E 202 Introduction to Macroeconomics (3cr) (P: ECON-E 201)

American Government Foundations (3cr)

  • POLS-Y 103 Introduction to American Politics (3cr)

Healthcare Core

  • SPEA-V 160 National and International Policy (3cr)                 
  • SPEA-V 236 Management Concepts and Applications I (3cr)                  
    •   OR SPEA-V 366 Managing Behavior in Public Organizations (3cr) (discontinued)
  • SPEA-H 124 Health Care Management and Policy (3cr)
  • SPEA-H 316 Environmental Health Science (3cr)                                       
  • SPEA-H 322 Principles of Epidemiology (3cr)
    •   OR SPH-E/H 311 Human Diseases and Epidemiology (3cr)
  • SPEA-H 342 Community Health Education (3cr)
    •   OR SPH-B 403 Public Health Program Planning (3cr)

Experiential Learning

  • SPEA-H 267 Career Development and Planning (2cr)
    • OR exemption (consult SPEA advisor)
  • SPEA-H 466 Public Health Field Experience (1cr) (P: SPEA-H 267)
    • OR exemption (consult SPEA advisor)
Get more information


Healthcare Management & Policy Major (12 courses)

The following seven courses:

  • SPEA-H 341 Legal Aspects of Health Care Administration (3cr)
  • SPEA-H 352 Health Care Finance I (3cr)
  • SPEA-H 353 Health Care Finance II (3cr) (P: SPEA-H 352)
  • SPEA-H 354 Health Economics (3cr)
  • SPEA-H 365 Health Services Practicum (1cr) (P: SPEA-H 124)
  • SPEA-H 374 Health Management Ethics (3cr) (P: SPEA-H 124)
  • SPEA-V 373 Human Resource Management in the Public Sector (3cr)

Five of the following courses:

  • SPEA-E 316 Insects and the Environment (3cr)
  • SPEA-E 324 Controversies in Environmental Health (3cr)
  • SPEA-H 324 Health Policy (3cr) (P: SPEA-H 124)
  • SPEA-H 401 Strategic Planning for Health Care Organizations (3cr)
  • SPEA-H 402 Hospital Administration (3cr) (P: SPEA-H 124)
  • SPEA-H 411 Chronic and Long-Term Care Administration (3cr)
  • SPEA-H 432 Health Care Marketing (3cr)
  • SPEA-H 455 Topics in Public Health (3cr) (repeatable with different topics)
  • SPEA-H 456 Health Care Reimbursement (3cr)
  • SPEA-V 275 Introduction to Emergency Management (3cr)
  • SPEA-V 379 Performance Measurement and Program Evaluation (3cr)
  • SPEA-V 432 Labor Relations in the Public Sector (3cr) (P: SPEA-V 373)
  • SPEA-V 450 Contemporary Issues in Public Affairs (3cr) (approved topics only; consult SPEA advisor; repeatable with different topics)
  • SPEA-V 476 Compensation Strategy and Systems (3cr)
  • SPEA-V 477 Strategic Human Resource Management (3cr) (P: SPEA-V 373)
  • SPEA-V 478 Employment Law for Human Resource Management (3cr) (P: SPEA-V 220)
  • SPEA-V 479 Employee Recruitment and Selection (3cr) (P: SPEA-V 373)
  • SPEA-V 482 Overseas Topics in Public Affairs (0-15cr) (approved topics only; consult SPEA advisor; repeatable with different topics)

Electives

Electives are courses that do not meet general education or major requirements, and may be used to fulfill the remainder of the 120 credit hours required for this degree. Please meet with your academic advisor to discuss your electives.

2015-2016 SPEA Bulletin

All your degree requirements are based on the semester and year you entered IU Bloomington. If you became an IU Bloomington student either Fall 2014 or Spring 2015 you are in the right place!

General Education: select the appropriate academic year (2014-2015) in the "Courses Approved for:" section.

SPEA Preparation

Communication (6cr)

  • Professional Writing – One course from:
    • ENG-W 231 Professional Writing Skills (3cr) (P: English comp)
    • ENG-W 240 Community Service Writing (3cr) (P: English comp)
    • BUS-C 204 Business Communications (3cr) (P: English comp with grade C or better, and second-year standing)
    • SPEA equivalent (3cr)
  • Oral Communication – One course from:
    • ANTH-A 122 Interpersonal Communication (3cr)
    • ANTH-L 208 Ways of Speaking (3cr)
    • BUS-C 104 Business Presentations (3cr)
    • CMCL-C 121 Public Speaking (3cr) (changed to COLL-P 155)
    • CMCL-C 122 Interpersonal Communication (3cr) (changed to ANTH-A 122)
    • CMCL-C 205 Introduction to Communication and Culture (3cr) (discontinued)
    • CMCL-C 228 Argumentation and Public Advocacy (3cr) (changed to ENG-R 228)
    • CMCL-C 229 Ways of Speaking (3cr) (changed to ANTH-L 208)
    • COLL-P 155 Public Oral Communication (3cr)
    • ENG-R 228: Argumentation and Public Advocacy (3cr)
    • THTR-T 120 Acting I: Foundations of Acting (3cr)
    • SPEA equivalent (3cr)

Quantitative (12cr)

  • Computer – One course from:
    • SPEA-V 261 Computers in Public Affairs (3cr)
    • BUS-K 201 The Computer in Business (3cr)
    • CSCI-A 110 Introduction to Computers and Computing (3cr) (P: One year high school algebra or MATH-M 014)
    • CSCI-A 201 Introduction to Programming I (4cr) (P: Two years high school math or MATH-M 014)
  • SPEA-K 300 Statistical Techniques (3cr) (P: MATH-M 014 or equivalent; R: MATH-M 118)
  • ECON-E 201 Introduction to Microeconomics (3cr)
  • ECON-E 202 Introduction to Macroeconomics (3cr) (P: ECON-E 201)

American Government Foundations (3cr)

  • POLS-Y 103 Introduction to American Politics (3cr)

Healthcare Core

  • SPEA-V 160 National and International Policy (3cr)                 
  • SPEA-V 236 Management Concepts and Applications I (3cr)                  
    •   OR SPEA-V 366 Managing Behavior in Public Organizations (3cr) (discontinued)
  • SPEA-H 124 Health Care Management and Policy (3cr)
  • SPEA-H 316 Environmental Health Science (3cr)                                       
  • SPEA-H 322 Principles of Epidemiology (3cr)
    •   OR SPH-E/H 311 Human Diseases and Epidemiology (3cr)
  • SPEA-H 342 Community Health Education (3cr)
    •   OR SPH-B 403 Public Health Program Planning (3cr)

Experiential Learning Requirement

  • SPEA-H 267 Career Development and Planning (2cr)
    • OR exemption (consult SPEA advisor)
  • SPEA-H 466 Public Health Field Experience (1cr) (P: SPEA-H 267)
    • OR exemption (consult SPEA advisor)
Get more information 


Healthcare Management & Policy Major (12 courses)

The following seven courses:

  • SPEA-H 341 Legal Aspects of Health Care Administration (3cr)
  • SPEA-H 352 Health Care Finance I (3cr)
  • SPEA-H 353 Health Care Finance II (3cr) (P: SPEA-H 352)
  • SPEA-H 354 Health Economics (3cr)
  • SPEA-H 365 Health Services Practicum (1cr) (P: SPEA-H 124)
  • SPEA-H 374 Health Management Ethics (3cr) (P: SPEA-H 124)
  • SPEA-V 373 Human Resource Management in the Public Sector (3cr)

Five of the following courses:

  • SPEA-E 316 Insects and the Environment (3cr)
  • SPEA-E 324 Controversies in Environmental Health (3cr)
  • SPEA-H 324 Health Policy (3cr) (P: SPEA-H 124)
  • SPEA-H 401 Strategic Planning for Health Care Organizations (3cr)
  • SPEA-H 402 Hospital Administration (3cr) (P: SPEA-H 124)
  • SPEA-H 411 Chronic and Long-Term Care Administration (3cr)
  • SPEA-H 432 Health Care Marketing (3cr)
  • SPEA-H 455 Topics in Public Health (3cr) (repeatable with different topics)
  • SPEA-H 456 Health Care Reimbursement (3cr)
  • SPEA-V 275 Introduction to Emergency Management (3cr)
  • SPEA-V 379 Performance Measurement and Program Evaluation (3cr)
  • SPEA-V 432 Labor Relations in the Public Sector (3cr) (P: SPEA-V 373)
  • SPEA-V 450 Contemporary Issues in Public Affairs (3cr) (approved topics only; consult SPEA advisor; repeatable with different topics)
  • SPEA-V 476 Compensation Strategy and Systems (3cr)
  • SPEA-V 477 Strategic Human Resource Management (3cr) (P: SPEA-V 373)
  • SPEA-V 478 Employment Law for Human Resource Management (3cr) (P: SPEA-V 220)
  • SPEA-V 479 Employee Recruitment and Selection (3cr) (P: SPEA-V 373)
  • SPEA-V 482 Overseas Topics in Public Affairs (0-15cr) (approved topics only; consult SPEA advisor; repeatable with different topics)

Electives

Electives are courses that do not meet general education or major requirements, and may be used to fulfill the remainder of the 120 credit hours required for this degree. Please meet with your academic advisor to discuss your electives.

2014-2015 SPEA Bulletin

All your degree requirements are based on the semester and year you entered IU Bloomington. If you became an IU Bloomington student either Fall 2013 or Spring 2014 you are in the right place!

General Education: select the appropriate academic year (2013-2014) in the "Courses Approved for:" section.

SPEA Preparation

Communication (6cr)

  • Professional Writing – One course from:
    • ENG-W 231 Professional Writing Skills (3cr) (P: English comp)
    • ENG-W 240 Community Service Writing (3cr) (P: English comp)
    • BUS-C 204 Business Communications (3cr) (P: English comp with grade C or better, and second-year standing)
    • SPEA equivalent (3cr)
  • Oral Communication – One course from:
    • ANTH-A 122 Interpersonal Communication (3cr)
    • ANTH-L 208 Ways of Speaking (3cr)
    • BUS-C 104 Business Presentations (3cr)
    • CMCL-C 121 Public Speaking (3cr) (changed to COLL-P 155)
    • CMCL-C 122 Interpersonal Communication (3cr) (changed to ANTH-A 122)
    • CMCL-C 205 Introduction to Communication and Culture (3cr) (discontinued)
    • CMCL-C 228 Argumentation and Public Advocacy (3cr) (changed to ENG-R 228)
    • CMCL-C 229 Ways of Speaking (3cr) (changed to ANTH-L 208)
    • COLL-P 155 Public Oral Communication (3cr)
    • ENG-R 228: Argumentation and Public Advocacy (3cr)
    • THTR-T 120 Acting I: Foundations of Acting (3cr)
    • SPEA equivalent (3cr)

Quantitative (12cr)

  • Computer – One course from:
    • SPEA-V 261 Computers in Public Affairs (3cr)
    • BUS-K 201 The Computer in Business (3cr)
    • CSCI-A 110 Introduction to Computers and Computing (3cr) (P: One year high school algebra or MATH-M 014)
    • CSCI-A 201 Introduction to Programming I (4cr) (P: Two years high school math or MATH-M 014)
  • SPEA-K 300 Statistical Techniques (3cr) (P: MATH-M 014 or equivalent; R: MATH-M 118)
  • ECON-E 201 Introduction to Microeconomics (3cr)
  • ECON-E 202 Introduction to Macroeconomics (3cr) (P: ECON-E 201)

American Government Foundations (3cr)

  • POLS-Y 103 Introduction to American Politics (3cr)

Healthcare Core

  • SPEA-V 160 National and International Policy (3cr)                 
  • SPEA-V 236 Management Concepts and Applications I (3cr)                  
    •   OR SPEA-V 366 Managing Behavior in Public Organizations (3cr) (discontinued)
  • SPEA-H 124 Health Care Management and Policy (3cr)
  • SPEA-H 316 Environmental Health Science (3cr)                                       
  • SPEA-H 322 Principles of Epidemiology (3cr)
    •   OR SPH-E/H 311 Human Diseases and Epidemiology (3cr)
  • SPEA-H 342 Community Health Education (3cr)
    •   OR SPH-B 403 Public Health Program Planning (3cr)

Experiential Learning Requirement

  • SPEA-H 267 Career Development and Planning (2cr)
    • OR exemption (consult SPEA advisor)
  • SPEA-H 466 Public Health Field Experience (1cr) (P: SPEA-H 267)
    • OR exemption (consult SPEA advisor)
Get more information

Healthcare Management & Policy Major (12 courses)

The following seven courses:

  • SPEA-H 341 Legal Aspects of Health Care Administration (3cr)
  • SPEA-H 352 Health Care Finance I (3cr)
  • SPEA-H 353 Health Care Finance II (3cr) (P: SPEA-H 352)
  • SPEA-H 354 Health Economics (3cr)
  • SPEA-H 365 Health Services Practicum (1cr) (P: SPEA-H 124)
  • SPEA-H 374 Health Management Ethics (3cr) (P: SPEA-H 124)
  • SPEA-V 373 Human Resource Management in the Public Sector (3cr)

Five of the following courses:

  • SPEA-E 316 Insects and the Environment (3cr)
  • SPEA-H 324 Health Policy (3cr) (P: SPEA-H 124)
  • SPEA-H 401 Strategic Planning for Health Care Organizations (3cr)
  • SPEA-H 402 Hospital Administration (3cr) (P: SPEA-H 124)
  • SPEA-H 411 Chronic and Long-Term Care Administration (3cr)
  • SPEA-H 432 Health Care Marketing (3cr)
  • SPEA-H 455 Topics in Public Health (3cr) (repeatable with different topics)
  • SPEA-H 456 Health Care Reimbursement (3cr)
  • SPEA-V 379 Performance Measurement and Program Evaluation (3cr)
  • SPEA-V 432 Labor Relations in the Public Sector (3cr) (P: SPEA-V 373)
  • SPEA-V 450 Contemporary Issues in Public Affairs (3cr) (approved topics only; consult SPEA advisor; repeatable with different topics)
  • SPEA-V 482 Overseas Topics in Public Affairs (0-15cr) (approved topics only; consult SPEA advisor; repeatable with different topics)

Electives

Electives are courses that do not meet general education or major requirements, and may be used to fulfill the remainder of the 120 credit hours required for this degree. Please meet with your academic advisor to discuss your electives.

2013-2014 SPEA Bulletin

All your degree requirements are based on the semester and year you entered IU Bloomington. If you became an IU Bloomington student either Fall 2012 or Spring 2013 you are in the right place!

General Education: select the appropriate academic year (2012-2013) in the "Courses Approved for:" section.

SPEA Preparation

Communication (6cr)

  • Professional Writing – One course from:
    • ENG-W 231 Professional Writing Skills (3cr) (P: English comp)
    • ENG-W 240 Community Service Writing (3cr) (P: English comp)
    • BUS-C 204 Business Communications (3cr) (P: English comp with grade C or better, and second-year standing)
    • SPEA equivalent (3cr)
  • Oral Communication – One course from:
    • ANTH-A 122 Interpersonal Communication (3cr)
    • ANTH-L 208 Ways of Speaking (3cr)
    • BUS-C 104 Business Presentations (3cr)
    • CMCL-C 121 Public Speaking (3cr) (changed to COLL-P 155)
    • CMCL-C 122 Interpersonal Communication (3cr) (changed to ANTH-A 122)
    • CMCL-C 205 Introduction to Communication and Culture (3cr) (discontinued)
    • CMCL-C 228 Argumentation and Public Advocacy (3cr) (changed to ENG-R 228)
    • CMCL-C 229 Ways of Speaking (3cr) (changed to ANTH-L 208)
    • COLL-P 155 Public Oral Communication (3cr)
    • ENG-R 228: Argumentation and Public Advocacy (3cr)
    • THTR-T 120 Acting I: Foundations of Acting (3cr)
    • SPEA equivalent (3cr)

Quantitative (12cr)

  • Computer – One course from:
    • SPEA-V 261 Computers in Public Affairs (3cr)
    • BUS-K 201 The Computer in Business (3cr)
    • CSCI-A 110 Introduction to Computers and Computing (3cr) (P: One year high school algebra or MATH-M 014)
    • CSCI-A 201 Introduction to Programming I (4cr) (P: Two years high school math or MATH-M 014)
  • SPEA-K 300 Statistical Techniques (3cr) (P: MATH-M 014 or equivalent; R: MATH-M 118)
  • ECON-E 201 Introduction to Microeconomics (3cr)
  • ECON-E 202 Introduction to Macroeconomics (3cr) (P: ECON-E 201)

American Government Foundations (3cr)

  • POLS-Y 103 Introduction to American Politics (3cr)

Healthcare Core

  • SPEA-V 160 National and International Policy (3cr)                 
  • SPEA-V 236 Management Concepts and Applications I (3cr)                  
    •   OR SPEA-V 366 Managing Behavior in Public Organizations (3cr) (discontinued)
  • SPEA-H 124 Health Care Management and Policy (3cr)
  • SPEA-H 316 Environmental Health Science (3cr)                                       
  • SPEA-H 322 Principles of Epidemiology (3cr)
    •   OR SPH-E/H 311 Human Diseases and Epidemiology (3cr)
  • SPEA-H 342 Community Health Education (3cr)
    •   OR SPH-B 403 Public Health Program Planning (3cr)

Experiential Learning Requirement

  • SPEA-H 267 Career Development and Planning (2cr)
    • OR exemption (consult SPEA advisor)
  • SPEA-H 466 Public Health Field Experience (1cr) (P: SPEA-H 267)
    • OR exemption (consult SPEA advisor)
Get more information

Healthcare Management & Policy Major (12 courses)

The following seven courses:

  • SPEA-H 341 Legal Aspects of Health Care Administration (3cr)
  • SPEA-H 352 Health Care Finance I (3cr)
  • SPEA-H 353 Health Care Finance II (3cr) (P: SPEA-H 352)
  • SPEA-H 354 Health Economics (3cr)
  • SPEA-H 365 Health Services Practicum (1cr) (P: SPEA-H 124)
  • SPEA-H 374 Health Management Ethics (3cr) (P: SPEA-H 124)
  • SPEA-V 373 Human Resource Management in the Public Sector (3cr)

Five of the following courses:

  • SPEA-E 316 Insects and the Environment (3cr)
  • SPEA-H 324 Health Policy (3cr) (P: SPEA-H 124)
  • SPEA-H 401 Strategic Planning for Health Care Organizations (3cr)
  • SPEA-H 402 Hospital Administration (3cr) (P: SPEA-H 124)
  • SPEA-H 411 Chronic and Long-Term Care Administration (3cr)
  • SPEA-H 432 Health Care Marketing (3cr)
  • SPEA-H 455 Topics in Public Health (3cr) (repeatable with different topics)
  • SPEA-H 456 Health Care Reimbursement (3cr)
  • SPEA-V 379 Performance Measurement and Program Evaluation (3cr)
  • SPEA-V 432 Labor Relations in the Public Sector (3cr) (P: SPEA-V 373)
  • SPEA-V 450 Contemporary Issues in Public Affairs (3cr) (approved topics only; consult SPEA advisor; repeatable with different topics)
  • SPEA-V 482 Overseas Topics in Public Affairs (0-15cr) (approved topics only; consult SPEA advisor; repeatable with different topics)

Electives

Electives are courses that do not meet general education or major requirements, and may be used to fulfill the remainder of the 120 credit hours required for this degree. Please meet with your academic advisor to discuss your electives.

2012-2013 SPEA Bulletin

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