There has never been a better time to choose a dual degree in law and health services policy and management as health care in America undergoes tremendous changes. Graduate in just four years.
Offered through the School of Law and the Arnold School of Public Health, the program will prepare you to navigate and help shape health care policies, regulatory compliance and patient safety issues. Both schools excel in developing graduates equipped to make a difference and ready for leadership positions in their fields.
Save time and money by earning two degrees in fewer semester hours (approximately four years).
Make an Impact
Prepare to lead in a variety of settings with these timely degrees in an ever-changing health care environment.
Enjoy a range of career options — from health care administration to practicing law — with this dual degree.
Graduate with a dual degree from the School of Law and the Arnold School of Public Health.
What You’ll Study
An innovative and integrated curriculum completed over a four-year period, the combination degree in health administration and law is designed for highly motivated students who wish to study and apply law to issues in health care. Graduates will be able to practice law in large private or governmental organizations and attain C-suite executive positions.
Gain the professional and personal intelligence it takes to have a successful career.
Interpreting and applying laws and regulations to specific situations or issues
Promoting or defending a cause or issue often using awareness, education and policy change
Examining and interpreting information to uncover insights and inform decision making
Examining their impact and effectiveness in achieving specific goals or objectives
Breaking down complex problems or situations to identify patterns, connections and solutions
Analyzing and evaluating information to make informed decisions or judgments
Using your degree
Make your college experience the foundation for a successful future.
- Private Law Practice
- Health Care Administration
- Policy/Governmental work
- Health Care Regulation
- Health Care Compliance