Georgetown University’s Health and the Public Interest M.S. program, is an interdisciplinary, one-year program aimed at creating effective advocates for better health care systems and improved public health. The HAPI program examines health policy in the context of societal, psychological, and cultural factors and how they intersect with corporate and institutional influences to affect health. The program incorporates diverse theory and methods of social sciences and epidemiology to understand the evolution of governance, economic issues and other drivers of global health. Students who apply by the January 15 priority application deadline will have their application fee waived. Admissions are rolling, so apply today!
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Go to hapi.georgetown.edu for details and instructions on how to register.