Walden University

Ph.D. in Health Services - General

Walden University's PhD in Health Services degree program equips students with the skills and knowledge necessary to provide healthcare services to both the private and public sectors. The program examines both the practical and theoretical healthcare service aspects founded on skills and knowledge that encourage both real world and research application of knowledge. This helps students become scholar-practitioners that have acquired the education necessary to meet health care challenges. Some of the human behavior and health issues studied include health and lifespan, health administration, social behavior, community health, professional behavior, health promotion and education, and human behavior.

Some of the courses in the PhD in Health Services program include financial accounting, information systems, healthcare overview, economics, principals and practices in healthcare, statistical applications, and legal health care principles. 

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Degree Category: Health & Medicine > Human Services > Doctorate
Degree Subject: Human Services Degree
Degree Level: Doctorate