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Do I have to be pre-med to study Health Care Policy?
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Students are not required to be pre-med or complete pre-med science coursework to study Health Care Policy.  The Brooks School’s Health Care Policy major offers a flexible curriculum that allows students to meet degree requirements focusing on social inequalities, data science, or medicine.  Health Care Policy students explore a breadth of careers in the field of health and health care. In addition to working as physicians, graduates have gone on to work in law, research, data analytics, administration, government, and beyond, each looking at health through their unique role. For example, some students go on to pursue a Master of Health Administration through the Brooks School’s BS/MHA five-year program.    

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