The M.P.H. program prepares students for management in the public health sector, such as federal, state, and local health agencies. Some M.P.H. graduates work in the private sector.
ENHS 660 - Concepts of Environmental Health Science
BIOS 700 - Introduction to Biostatistics
EPID 700 - Introduction to Epidemiology
HPEB 700 - Concepts and Methods in Health Promotion
HSPM 700 - Approaches and Concepts for Health Administration
Management (12 hours)
Planning, Public Health Law or Policy (9 hours)
Community assessment/delivery of health care services (3 hours)
HSPM 798 - Public Health Residency (6 hours)
School of Public Health Core Requirements (16 hours)
PUBH 725 (5) Quantitative Methods for Public Health Practice
PUBH 726 (3) Qualitative Methods for Public Health Practice
PUBH 730 (3) Public Health Systems, Policy & Leadership
PUBH 735 (4) Practical Applications of Public Health Planning
PUBH 678 (1) Transforming Health Care for the Future
Public Health Management (18 hours)
Required Management Courses (12 hours):
HSPM 712 (3) Health Economics
HSPM 726 (3) Applied Public Health Law for Administrators
HSPM 730 (3) Financing of Health Care
HSPM 768 (3) Health Services Administration
Management Electives (6 Hours):
Two courses selected in consultation with advisor; possible courses include HSPM 706, HSPM 709, HSPM 713, HSPM 714, HSPM 716, HSPM 764, HSPM 769, HSPM 774, HSPM 776, HSPM 772, HSPM 777
Public Health and Healthcare Policy (6 hours)
HSPM 727 (3) Advancing Public Health Policy
and one Policy Elective HSPM 711, HPEB 820, POLI774, POLI 780, POLI 721 or another course selected in consultation with advisor
Practice Experience and Capstone Course (5 hours)
HSPM 788 (3) Public Health Practice Experience
HSPM 799 (2) HSPM MPH Capstone Course
The Arnold School of Public Health is accredited by the Council on Education in Public Health (CEPH). The 2016 CEPH curriculum requirements for the MPH programs changed significantly from prior requirements. To ensure compliance with the new criteria, we have redesigned the core curriculum required for all MPH programs. Individual MPH programs have made additional changes due to the changes to the core curriculum and other CEPH requirements as needed.
separate heading for residency and capstone.
Due to Accreditation, curriculum revisions. No BOT, CHE, or SACS notification required.
Update will appear in the 1920 Graduate Bulletin to be published 2.15.19.