Master of Public Health (MPH) - Health Management and Policy Concentration Program By Drexel University |Top Universities

Master of Public Health (MPH) - Health Management and Policy Concentration

Master of Public Health (MPH) - Health Management and Policy Concentration

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    651-700

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The Master of Public Health program is intended for individuals interested in careers as community educators; population health planners; policy analysts, evaluators, researchers; and managers of health service delivery organizations and systems, managed-care programs, and other population-based organizations. The 64.0 quarter-credit program is interdisciplinary and requires students to complete a comprehensive, community-based master's project. The program prepares students to enter an array of fields related to public health or a range of doctoral programs. Drexel University’s Master of Public Health (MPH) program provides practical skills and experience, with a unique focus on relevant community issues, challenges, and priorities. Program Highlights The first year of the program covers the five core disciplines offered within the context of culture and community. These include: Environmental and occupational health Health care systems organization, management, and policy Social and behavioral sciences for population health Epidemiology Biostatistics Throughout the program, group case discussion sessions, case-related activities and didactic sessions are integrated into the experience. These include: Population Health Spotlight (for all faculty, students, and community partners) provides access to scholars and their cutting-edge research and initiatives in public health Skills development labs and workshops (year two)