Learn how to assess population health needs, formulate policies and interventions, and assure the effectiveness of community programs and services.
One of the biggest issues that the U.S. healthcare system is facing today is how to control healthcare costs while improving population health and maintaining meaningful and efficient patient-provider interactions.
In response to this demand, we developed a multidisciplinary program that combines innovative research with didactic training in core public health concepts, policy formulation, community health assessment, program intervention and urban planning design, behavioral economics and financial incentives, implementation and dissemination research, program management and evaluation, and other core health services competencies.
As a public health administrator, you will be involved with program planning, implementation, participation, evaluation, collaborations and partnerships, policy development, and public and professional communication.
You will be prepared to work in a variety of fields, including:
We offer combined degree programs— MPH/JD, MPH/MBA, MPH/MSW, MPH/MD and MPH/PharmD—where you can earn two degrees in less time and fewer credits than each degree individually. These programs allow you to integrate a prevention- and population-focused approach to health with your respective legal, business, social work, medical or pharmaceutical education.