Curriculum
Public Health Management and Administration

The Master of Science in Public Health Management and Administration program requires completion of 36 credits, successfully completing the capstone project and remaining in good standing in the academic community. Course offerings are subject to change. Please consult the course catalog for course descriptions.

 

REQUIRED COURSES


Intro to Public Health Systems 3 Credits
Foundations in Design: Organization Behavior and Change 3 Credits
Managing and Leading Public Health Organizations — Part One: Elements of Nonprofit Organizations 3 Credits
Collaboration in Complex Systems 3 Credits
Managing and Leading Public Health Organizations — Part Two: Financial Planning and Complex Budgets in Public Health 3 Credits 
Public Policy, Law and Innovation 3 Credits 
Cultural Diversity in Populations and Partners 3 Credits  
Manager's Use of Data: Evidence-Based Practice to Inform Decision Making  3 Credits  
Strategic and Professional Communication Skills for Successful Leaders  3 Credits  
Leader as Process Designer and Facilitator 3 Credits  
Capstone/Practicum: Action Research Project  3 Credits  
TOTAL CREDITS REQUIRED COURSES
33
   

ELECTIVE OPTIONS


Innovative Technology Principles in Public Health 3 Credits
Leveraging Relationships to Advance Your Mission 3 Credits
The Adaptive Leaders Toolkit: A Lab for Collaborative Action 3 Credits 
TOTAL CREDITS TO COMPLETE electives
3
   


total credits required for degree completion
36