An 11-credit hour program of graduate study covering the core content taught in PHLP’s Leadership MPH concentration. Beneficial to public health professionals aiming to further develop their leadership skills and potential. The curriculum is designed to provide leadership development directed at the individual, team, organizational and community levels within the context of public health and healthcare. Students will master competencies that will enable them to have a greater influence and effectiveness within their organizations. Students will be able successfully complete this program while only traveling to the UNC-Chapel Hill campus once.Online certificates are available to any interested student NOT currently enrolled at UNC-Chapel Hill. After viewing the GPS overview, see our Public Health Leadership Certificate partner page for additional information.
Electives: (PUBH 730 "Quality Improvement and Leadership", PUBH 731 "Public Health and Social Marketing", PUBH 735 "Policy Development", PUBH 745 "Community Assessment and Health Improvement", PUBH 746 "Public Health Program Planning and Evaluation", PUBH 785 "Interdisciplinary Approaches to Occupational Health")