Health Policy and Management

Ranked in 2012, part of Public Affairs

A master's degree in health policy and management readies graduates to work as hospital leaders, policy analysts and health care advocates. These are the best public affairs schools for health policy and management.

Rank School name
#16 Carnegie Mellon University (Heinz)

Pittsburgh, PA

#6 Duke University (Sanford)

Durham, NC

#10 George Washington University (Trachtenberg)

Washington, DC

#12 Georgetown University

Washington, DC

#1 Harvard University (Kennedy)

Cambridge, MA

#2 Johns Hopkins University

Baltimore, MD

#8 New York University (Wagner)

New York, NY

#4 Princeton University (Wilson)

Princeton, NJ

#11 Syracuse University (Maxwell)

Syracuse, NY

#3 University of California—​Berkeley (Goldman)

Berkeley, CA

#14 University of California—​Los Angeles (Luskin)

Los Angeles, CA

#6 University of Michigan—​Ann Arbor (Ford)

Ann Arbor, MI

#12 University of Minnesota—​Twin Cities (Humphrey)

Minneapolis, MN

#14 University of North Carolina—​Chapel Hill

Chapel Hill, NC

#4 University of Southern California (Price)

Los Angeles, CA

#9 University of Wisconsin—​Madison (La Follette)

Madison, WI

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