Health Economics

A collaboration with the USC Department of Economics, the research-driven Health Economics program offers a master’s degree, progressive master’s and a PhD. The program was the first in the nation to focus exclusively on pharmacoeconomics and it also benefits from its key role in USC’s Leonard D. Schaeffer Center for Health Policy and Economics. Both the MS and the progressive MS programs in health economics emphasize pharmaceutical economics and policy. The PhD program offers students the choice of two tracks: microeconomics or pharmaceutical economics and policy.