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Online MPH in Health Policy and Management (HPM)

Our online Master of Public Health (MPH) in Health Policy and Management (HPM) program delivers the necessary skills and advanced knowledge to help you make a difference in your community. As you study, you can build a portfolio of skills that demonstrate the deep understanding and practical experiences you gained in the program that may be applicable in your current career and future professional opportunities.

The faculty’s active research in identifying service gaps, developing evidence-based practices and implementing sound public health policies helps you to emerge with strong skills in health services organization and management and, later, to provide alternative models of service financing and strategies for improving population health.

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MPH in HPM Program Outcomes

After earning their MPH in Health Policy and Management, our students can:

  • Describe the legal and ethical bases for public health services
  • Discuss key elements of policy processes and apply them to public health issues
  • Apply the principles of planning, implementation, and evaluation of public health programs and effectively communicate outcomes
  • Evaluate the financial performance and management of public health organizations
  • Apply systems thinking for resolving organizational problems
  • Develop and demonstrate leadership skills related to health policy and/or management concerns

Career Outcomes with an MPH in HPM

The online MPH in Health Policy and Management program is designed to help students build the essential professional skills they need to become effective public health leaders.

Our graduates often pursue careers in:
  • Policy analysis in health planning organizations and governmental agencies
  • Health maintenance organizations
  • Emergency management
  • Health insurance companies
  • Occupational health and safety services
  • Health education
  • Administrative and management positions in:
    • Hospitals
    • Clinics
    • State and local health departments
    • Nursing homes
    • Mental health facilities

Learn more about potential careers in public health.

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