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Core Competencies

 

Based on consensus, the institute has determined a set of core competencies with which graduate students should be equipped upon graduation.  Courses are designed accordingly to fulfill students’ needs.  Core competencies for the master's program and doctoral program, respectively, are listed as the following. In addition to required courses, students are free to take elective courses to widen the scope of knowledge and to further advance professional skills.

Master Programs

Doctoral Programs

l  Able to describe the key concepts and theories of health policy

l  Able to describe the key concepts and theories of health-related behavioral sciences

l  Able to describe the key concepts and theories of health care organization management

l  Able to describe the key concepts and theories of health industry management

l  Able to apply research and statistical methods

l  Able to analyze domestic and international health-related issues

l  Possession of research design and statistical analysis capacity

l  Familiar with health policy theories and applications

l  Familiar with health-related behavioral sciences theories and applications

l  Familiar with health care organization management theories and applications

l  Familiar with health industry management theories and applications

l  Able to analyze and critique domestic and international health-related issues

l  Able to analyze and critique domestic and international health-related issues

l  Possession of the capacity to design and execute research projects independently