MSc in International Health Policy (Health Economics)

Programme Code: TMIHEPHE

Department: Health Policy

This information is for the 2017/18 session.

Guidelines for interpreting programme regulations
Classification scheme for the award of a taught master's degree (five units)
Exam sub-board local rules

Full-year programme. Students must take courses to the value of four full units, including a half unit dissertation as shown.

Paper

Course number and title

1

HP400

Financing Health Care (H)

HP425

Statistical Methods in Health Care Economic Evaluation (H)

2

HP423

Advanced Health Economics (H)

HP422

Health Care Economic Evaluation (H)

3

HP426

Applied Health Econometrics (H)

4

Courses to the value of one full unit from the following:

EC426

Public Economics

HP401

Foundations of Health Policy (H)

HP402

Measuring Health System Performance (H)

HP403

Health Systems and Policies in Developing Countries (H)

HP420

Health Economics (H)

HP424

Pharmaceutical Economics and Policy (H)

HP427

US Health Policies (H) (not available 2017/18)

SA4D1

Critical Population Health Issues in High and Middle-Income Countries (H)

SA4D2

Global Health and Population Change (H)

SA4D3

Behavioural Economics and the Valuation of Health Outcomes (H)

SA4F8

Behavioural Public Policy (H)

SA4L4

Behaviour, Happiness and Public Policy (withdrawn 2017/18)

SA4X6

Welfare Analysis and Measurement

 

Another LSE course subject to the approval of the course tutor.
Selected linear and study units at London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine subject to the approval of the course tutor.

5

HP410

Dissertation: MSc International Health Policy and MSc International Health Policy (Health Economics) (H)

Notes

It is not always possible to offer students a place on each of their preferred courses. This is particularly the case where courses are offered outside the Department of Health Policy (i.e. not prefixed with 'HP').

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