Course Sequence
Public Health Management and Administration

Courses for the Public Health Management and Administration program typically consist of four sessions spanning two weekends. Sessions are normally held on Fridays and Saturdays from 8:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. each day. Course offerings and sequence are subject to change. Consult the course catalog for course descriptions.

TERM 1


Fall (August - November) 
 
PHMA 501: Intro to Public Health Systems  
PHMA 502: Foundations in Design: Organizational Behavior and Change
 
 
 

TERM 2


Winter (November - February)
 
PHMA 503: Managing and Leading Public Health Organizations—Part One: Elements of Nonprofit Organizations  
PHMA 504: Collaboration in Complex Systems
 
 
 

TERM 3


Spring (March - June)
 
PHMA 508: Manager's Use of Data: Evidence-Based Practice to Inform Decision Making  
PHMA 506: Public Policy, Law and Innovation
 
 
 

TERM 4


Summer
 
PHMA 512: Innovative Technology Principles in Public Health  
 
 

TERM 5


Fall (August - November)
 
PHMA 507: Cultural Diversity in Population and Partners  
PHMA 505: Managing and Leading Public Health Orgs - Part Two: Financial Planning and Complex Budgets in Public Health
 
 
 

TERM 6 


Winter (November - February)
 
PHMA 509: Strategic and Professional Communication Skills for Successful Leaders   
PHMA 510: Leader as Process Designer and Facilitator
 
 
 

TERM 7


Spring (March - June)
 
PHMA 511: Capstone/Practicum: (Officially Register Spring Term)  
 
 
 

ELECTIVE OPTIONS


PHMA 513: Leveraging Relationships to Advance Your Mission  
ODL 533: The Adaptive Leaders Toolkit: A Lab for Collaborative Action