Advance your career in healthcare policy and health administration
- What is the impact of Medicare-For-All on your business?
- What is the economic impact of eliminating the Healthcare Marketplace (Obamacare)?
Learn how to address these questions and other health economics topics impacting today’s markets. Set yourself apart and position yourself for promotion: get the advanced degree for your profession. The economics of health analytics certificate focuses on health policy, health econometrics, analytics, and data skills. You will learn to manage and use data to evaluate new health care policies, technologies and programs with cutting edge statistical tools.
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Learn from experts in the fields of health behaviors, economic evaluation of health interventions, and healthcare policy. Contact our graduate recruitment team for more information.
ECO 625 Data Methods in Economics (Fall Term, 3 credits)
Explore advanced techniques in data preparation. Topics include data formats, error checking, merging data, large data sets, and missing observations. Students work extensively with SAS software.
ECO 630 Introduction to Cost Effectiveness (Fall Term, 3 credits)
Methods used by health economists to evaluate health care technologies and programs. Learn how to critique and use health economic evaluations, common health economic evaluation tools and methods.
All coursework is transferrable to the MA in Applied Economics program.
ECO 631 Applied Policy Methods (Spring Term, 3 credits)
Provides applied foundation for policy study with emphasis on an economic efficiency perspective including history of policy analysis, market and government failure, and alternative methods for policy analysis.
ECO 637 Empirical Health Economics (Spring Term, 3 credits)
Examines the market for health services and the production of health. Topics include the demand and supply for health care professionals, health insurance and financing, and regulation of medical markets.
Tuition & Fees
These estimated program costs include tuition and fees based on the 2022-2023 Graduate Tuition and Fee Schedule and do not include the cost of textbooks or student health insurance. Visit csh.uncg.edu for more detailed information. Tuition and fees vary depending on the program track pursued and the number of credit hours taken each semester.
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|Assumes 12 credit hours of part-time study for 1 year.|
Be sure to submit your application by the following deadlines.
- Fall Admission
- May 15
- Spring Admission
- November 15
- Bachelor’s degree (or international equivalent) from an accredited institution
- One official transcript from all previous academic institutions
- Statement of purpose
- Online application and $65 fee
- TOEFL/IELTS for non-native English speakers
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International students should reference the Graduate School’s International Application Guide for transcript and language proficiency details.
“I really like being able to answer questions beyond a hypothetical level. There is something satisfying in using microeconomic and econometric principles in a way that provides concrete evidence to support or disprove hypotheses. The problem-solving nature of the field is really appealing and fun to work in.”
Public Health Economist
Interested in taking your graduate education a step further?
Your certificate course work can count towards the Masters of Arts in Applied Economics degree requirements. Plus, the GMAT/GRE admission requirements for the master’s program may be waived with an earned graduate certificate in economics.Learn more
If you still have questions regarding our Economics of Health Analytics Graduate Certificate please reach out to our graduate recruitment team by phone or email. You may also schedule a time to meet with one of our recruiters or attend one of our upcoming information sessions.