Curriculum with Sample Course Schedule

Rutgers Master of Science in Health Outcomes, Policy and Economics

CRN Course Number Section Course Title School Credits
17062 PHCO 0501 030 Health Systems & Policy SPH 3
17064 PHCO 0504 030 Introduction to Biostatistics SPH 3
17217 PHCO 0502 031 Principles & Methods of Epidemiology SPH 3
17070 HSAP 0615 030 Health Care Economics SPH 3
57433 BIST 0535 030 Biometric Computing SPH 3
57389 EPID 0656 030 Intermediate Epidemiologic Research Methods SPH 3
57099 HSAP 0620 030 Public Health, Ethics, & Law (or Legal, Regulatory, and Ethical Issues in the Pharmaceutical Industry) SPH 3*
Elective 3
17318 EPID 0563 030 Introduction to Outcomes Research SPH 3
17361 BIST 0551 030 Applied Regression Analysis for Public Health SPH 3
17397 HOPE 9511 030 Capstone Project EMSOP 3
57399 PHCO 0508 030 Issues in Envir & Occ Health SPH 1
17403 HOPE 9512 030 Capstone Project EMSOP 3
Elective 3
Total required credits 40
Electives
17319 EPID 0657 030 Applied Methods in Epidemiologic Research SPH 3
57396 BIST 0660 030 Clinical Trials: Design & Analysis of Medical Experiments SPH 3
57468 QNME 0545 001 Cost-effectiveness in Public Health and Medicine SPH 3
57076 HSAP 0614 030 Health Services & Policy Research Methods SPH 3
53226 IDST 6400E 00W Evidence Based Literature Review SHRP- (IDST) 3
EPID 0672  Pharmacoepidemiology and Therapeutic Risk Management SPH 3
57390 EPID 0591 030 Topics in Comparative Effectiveness SPH 3
77206 EPID 0629 001 Meta-analysis SPH 3
53424 BPHE 6025P 00W Pharmacoepidemiology SHRP 3
31:725:584 Managed Care Pharmacy Practice EMSOP 2

Additional electives may be included as new course offerings become available through the School of Pharmacy, School of Public Health, or other Rutgers graduate training programs.

*You may take either of these courses to fulfill the necessary credit requirements.

Capstone Projects

All students will be required to complete a two-semester 6 credit Capstone Project. The goal of this project is for the student to demonstrate mastery of the program curriculum through an independent, faculty-supervised research study.