Healthcare courses

The University of Chicago offers a wide variety of healthcare courses that are available to Booth students and will count towards their degree. These courses have a significant component of class material and/or project work focused on healthcare topics. The following list is a sample of the courses offered:

Booth school of business:

Life Sciences: Innovation and Finance

Healthcare Operations

Healthcare Economics

The U.S. Healthcare System

Healthcare Analytics

Healthcare Analytics Lab

Key Issues in Healthcare: An Interdisciplinary Studies Approach

Global Health: An Interdisciplinary Case-Based Approach to Addressing Complex Issues

Commercializing Innovation: Tools to Research and Analyze Private Enterprise

New Venture Strategy

Building the New Venture

Social Enterprise Lab

Managing Service Operations

harris school of public policy:

Healthcare Economics

Biopharmaceutical Technology Innovation, Investment, & Strategy

Health Law and Policy

Introduction to Healthcare Economics

Policy Lab

Poverty and Economic Development

pritzker school of medicine:

Overview of Medical Informatics

Scholarship & Discovery: Community Health

Health Care Delivery Science

Global Public Health

Health and Human Rights

Law school:

Food and Drug Law and Policy

Mental Health Advocacy Clinic

school of social work (SSA):

Special Issues in Health Care Management: Health System Transformation

Epidemiology and Public Health (PPHA)

Health and Aging Policy

Dying, Death, and End of Life Care

Committee on clinical and translational science (CCTS):

Pharmacogenomics: Discovery and Implementation

Infectious Disease Methodology: Networks and Modeling

Health and Biomedical Informatics