Public Health Practice and Policy, Master of Public Health (M.P.H.)

Non-thesis only (capstone project required): 45 credits

The Master of Public Health in Public Health Practice and Policy (MPH-PHPP) is designed to provide working professionals with the broad range of knowledge and skill-based competencies needed to assume leadership roles in addressing important public health practice and policy issues nationally and globally.

Course Title Credits
Required courses:
SPHL601Core Concepts in Public Health1
SPHL602Foundations of Epidemiology and Biostatistics4
SPHL603Public Health Data Laboratory1
SPHL610Program and Policy Planning, Implementation, and Evaluation5
SPHL611Public Health Ethics1
SPHL620Leadership, Teams, and Coalitions: Policy to Advocacy2
HLSA745Public Health Practice and Management3
HLSA720Health Law and Ethics3
HLSA775Health Services and Policy Research Methods3
HLSA702Policy and Politics of Health3
HLSA778Practical Experience in Public Health4
HLSA601Introduction to Health Systems3
HLSA711Health Economics and Analysis3
HLSA772Healthcare Leadership and Communications3
HLSA740Healthcare Strategic Planning and Marketing3
HLSA786Capstone Project in Public Health3
Total Credits45