Sarah Lawrence College offers a low residency Master of Arts in Health Advocacy degree. Students of this program will learn defining skills relating to the complex health care system and health policy. The carefully crafted curriculum guides students to developing leadership and competencies in specific health issues that effect individuals as well as communities. The program combines online studies with a fieldwork assignment where students can practice what they’ve learned in a real life setting.
This program requires two week-long onsite intensive sessions and a yearlong capstone project.
- Bachelor of Arts or equivalent degree from an accredited college or university
- Previous college work is expected to be at 3.0 or higher and should reflect advanced course study
- Official transcripts
- 2 recommendations
- Writing responses
School Accreditation Statement
Middle States Commission on Higher Education