The Health Policy and Administration (HPA) Minor
is designed to give students a concentration in the area of public health policy and the study of health care delivery. It is open to all majors and places an emphasis on providing students with the analytical methods and knowledge of institutional complexity necessary for an understanding of the rapidly evolving medical industry. Students interested in either public health policy or administrative roles in health care could benefit from the minor.
The course work requires 5 courses, including an internship and 1 elective for a total of 15 hours. Students who wish to complete the minor in HPA are advised to consult the suggested scheduling formats on this site. If they have any questions or would like to discuss the minor, they should contact Professor Nixon at firstname.lastname@example.org. Please note that declared minors get priority over non-declared persons for required class registration, so don’t wait to declare!
The first North Carolina Regional American Mock World Health Organization conference, AMWHO at UNC! From September 9-11, 2016, students from all over North Carolina will gather in beautiful Chapel Hill to debate Reproductive Health Equality from global perspectives. With internationally recognized speakers, networking opportunities, and a chance to participate in a model of the World Health Assembly, AMWHO at UNC is a perfect opportunity for students who are passionate about global health policy or who want to learn more. Register now for AMWHO at UNC- early bird registration is only $40! Click here for more info.