Health Policy and Administration Graduate Programs
Graduate programs in Health Policy and Administration
Penn State’s graduate programs in Health Policy and Administration (HPA) provide a solid foundation for students who want to profoundly shape health policy, make vital future changes to global health-related organizations, and successfully navigate our increasingly complex health care environment — including managing the facilities, services, programs, staff, and budgets that providers rely on.
HPA offers two flexible graduate programs
The esteemed faculty members in both programs train graduates to meet the fast-growing demand for health care administrators that play crucial roles in today’s hospitals, health systems, and related organizations, as well as policymakers and health service researchers in government, private industry, and academia. Synergies among our diverse degree programs provide the foundation for our ever-growing curriculum, outreach programs, and a body of cutting-edge research that often receives recognition on a national stage.
American College of Health Care Administrators (ACHCA) Club president, Katherine Aiken, and vice president, Amanda Adams, attended the National ACHCA Convocation in Baltimore, Maryland. They interacted with national committee members, including president and CEO of the National ACHCA, Bob Lane, and networked with other university chapter students.