The academic program is interdisciplinary, with undergraduates taking courses in many academic units of the University. Students gain a broad view of health and health care while developing analytical and professional skills in health care management, public health and policy. The department uses a computer laboratory that is integrated throughout the curriculum.
The department's undergraduate program maintains full certification by the Association of University Programs in Health Administration (AUPHA). Students have the opportunity to become student members in the American College of Healthcare Executives, the American College of Health Care Administrators, the American Public Health Association, and the Healthcare Financial Management Association, the Medical Group Practice Association and other State and regional associations.
Currently, residents of Maine, Vermont, Rhode Island and Massachusetts matriculate under the provisions of the New England Regional Student program. This program provides a discounted out-of state tuition for eligible students.
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