Master of Public Health (MPH)

Public Health Administration & Policy MPH

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Become a leader and innovator in public and population health management, analysis, and policy.

This Top-10 public health policy and management graduate program provides core knowledge about managing organizations and influencing policy to improve population health.

The curriculum emphasizes the skills necessary for population-focused management, policy development, and evidence-based public health. Graduates work in government agencies, nonprofits, health care systems, and for-profit organizations that seek to improve the health of populations.

Effective for the 2020 admissions cycle, this program does not require the GRE. Applicants who have already taken the GRE may submit their scores if they choose, however it is not required.

Advantages of the Public Health Administration & Policy MPH

  • Connected. The Public Health Administration & Policy program has relationships with numerous national, state, and local public and private health organizations, creating opportunities for our students.
  • Current. Faculty conduct cutting-edge research and help shape health and health care policy at all levels.
  • Support. Students get individualized academic, professional, and career advising from faculty and staff.
  • Networking. More than 10,000 alumni support students through mentorships, field experiences, career networking, and employment opportunities.
  • Real world. Our Community Advisory Board helps us stay connected to what is really going on in the workplace.

Program Format

The Public Health Administration & Policy MPH program is a full-time, two year program that focuses on building skills in policy development and advocacy; project, program, and organization management; and data analysis and management.

Additional Program Options

Executive Public Health Administration & Policy (for working professionals or those seeking to accelerate their current public health practice)

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