To earn a minor in Health Policy a student must complete each of the following three requirements:
Complete a minimum of 15 credits of PAM course work.
Complete PAM 2350 - U.S. Health Care Systems*
Complete at least 9 credit at the 3000 or 4000 level in PAM from the following list:
PAM 3110 Pharmaceutical Management and Policy
PAM 3180 Health Disparities
PAM 3280 Fundamentals of Population Health
PAM 3780 Comparative Health Care Systems
PAM 3870 Economic Evaluations in Health Care
PAM 4110 The Economics of Pollution, Climate Change, and Health
PAM 4140 Global Health Policy
PAM 4280 Economics of Health Behaviors
PAM 4230 Gender and Health: Concepts, Data, Theories and Evidence
PAM 5500 Operations and Planning of Senior Living and Related Facilities (2 credits)
PAM 5740 Fundamentals of Health Facility Planning for Managers (1 credit)
PAM 5760 Long Term Care and Living Alternatives for the Older Adult (1 credit)
PAM 5900 Special Topics in Health Administration and Finance (1 credit)
Completing requirements 2 and 3 above will not result in 15 credits. Students must select one additional PAM course. The additional course may be at the 2000, 3000, or 4000 level. The 3000 and 4000 level courses have prerequisites, so this additional course can be used to fulfill the prerequisite if desired.
There can be no substitution for any of the required courses.
Students must enroll in the PAM section of the course. Cross-listed sections are NOT applicable.
Students must earn a grade of B- or better in every course. S/U will not be accepted unless it is the only grade option available.
PAM 1200 Rose Scholar’s Program and PAM Special studies courses (PAM 4000, 4010, 4020, 4030) do NOT count towards the health policy minor.
Only courses taught in Ithaca count, with the exception of the Cornell in Turin course, PAM 3620.
PAM and HCP majors are not eligible to complete the health policy minor.
Questions related to the Health Policy and PAM minors and should be addressed to Jen Wright, undergraduate coordinator, or Sharon Sassler, Director of Undergraduate Studies.