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. The following course sequence began in Fall of 2016 and ends in Summer 2018.

TERM 1


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

TERM 2


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

TERM 3


Spring (March - June)
 
Managing and Leading Public Health Organizations—Part Two: Financial Planning and Complex Budgets in Public Health  
Public Policy, Law and Innovation
 
 
 

TERM 4


Summer
 
Choice of summer elective at PCOM or PHMC  
 
 

TERM 5


Fall (August - November)
 
Cultural Diversity in Population and Partners  
Managers' Use of Data: Evidence-Based Practice to Inform Decision Making
 
 
 

TERM 6 


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

TERM 7


Spring (March - June)
 
Capstone/Practicum: (Officially Register Spring Term)  
 
Choice between one of five available electives
 
 
 

TERM 8

Summer

Choice of summer elective at PCOM or PHMC  
Graduation