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Curriculum 
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 at PHMC from 8:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. each day.

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
PHMA 501Introduction to Public Health Systems3
PHMA 502Foundations in Design for Organizational Behavioral Change3
PHMA 503Elements of Nonprofit Organizations3
PHMA 504Collaboration in Complex Systems3
PHMA 505Financial Planning and Complex Budgeting in Public Health3
PHMA 506Public Policy Law and Innovation3
PHMA 507Cultural Diversity in Populations and Partner Groups3
PHMA 508Evidenced-Based Practices in Decision Making3
PHMA 509Strategic and Professional Communication Skills for Leaders3
PHMA 510Leaders as Process Designers and Facilitators3
PHMA 511Capstone3
Electives
Select one of the following 3 Credit Courses:3
PHMA 513
Leveraging Relationship to Advance Your Mission
ODL 533
Adaptive Leadership Toolkit Lab for Collaboration
ODL 524
Coaching Skills for Leaders
ODL 520
Appreciative Inquiry
Total Hours36
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