Graduate Program in Health Management


Student Profile: GPHM Graduates


Cumulative number of graduates through class of 2006



Summary Table


  Graduation Year

Descriptive Variables

1949 - 1968

1969 - 1982

1983 - 2000

2001 - present

Admissions

 

GRE or GMAT score

Not required

GRE or GMAT required 1975 and after

680 = median GMAT (95th percentile)

700 = average GMAT score (93rd percentile)

Work Experience Before Enrolling

Work experience or 12 month internship Work experience or summer internship Minimum of 2 years work experience 5 years = median work experience
Academic Program  
Degrees Awarded MPH MPH MBA/MPH MBA/MPH
Name of Program Hospital Administration (until 1974)   Administrative Sciences (Corporate Management) 1975-79 Health Services Administration (Corporate Management) 1979-81 Health Services Management Health Management
Program Director Richard J. Stull (until '56) Keith O. Taylor (1956-73) David B. Starkweather (1973-90) James M. Carman (1990-94) Thomas G. Rundall (1994-99) Paul J. Gertler (1999 - present)
Total Fees for an Academic Year for a California Resident 1953-54: $87 1963-64: $167 1973-74: $698   1983-84: $1,421 1993-94: $4,004 2004-05: $21,512
Number of Students 10-12 per class 12-15 per class 6 per class 10 per class
% Female 7% 32% 70% 71%
% non-white <1% 22% 30% 20%
Length of Program 12 month internship 2 semesters course work 12 month residency 5 quarters course work 6 month residency 5 semesters course work 6 month residency 5 semesters course work summer internship
Curriculum 50% hospital administration 40% public health core 10% electives 42% hospital administration 20% public health core 38% other required courses and electives 47% public health units 53% business school units 30% public health units 56% business school units 14% graduate school-level units
Internship 12 months 3 months Not required 10 weeks
Residency 12 months 6 months 6 months Not required
Total Graduates 198 187 105 39

Post Graduation

 
Employment Sectors (estimated) 90% hospitals 10% other health related agencies 85% hospitals 15% other health related agencies 15% hospitals 60% managed care, insurance 7% consulting 5% biobusiness* 30% managed care, insurance 20% consulting 40% bio-business 10% international health

* Biobusiness includes biotechnology, pharmaceuticals, device, information technology and diagnostic firms