Health Policy and Management Master of Science in Public Health (MSPH)

Dr. George Pink, EMP Fall 2014The Department of Health Policy and Management offers a residential MSPH program designed to prepare students for careers in health policy analysis, planning, development, evaluation, and advocacy at local, state, federal, and international levels as well as in the private sector.

Master’s Competencies

The HPM Competency Model comprises four domains—Leadership, Policy, Management, and Professional–and 25 competencies identified as relevant for graduates in health policy and management. Learn More

Residential MSPH Program (on campus)

The MSPH degree is particularly appropriate for individuals interested in pursuing careers in public policy, public advocacy organizations, consulting research organizations, federal and state government entities, public health departments, non-governmental organizations, and international health organizations. Students obtain a comprehensive understanding of the healthcare system, policy analysis, and analytic methods. Learn More

Diversity and Inclusion

Promoting and valuing diversity in the classroom enriches learning and broadens everyone’s perspectives. Learn More

Frequently Asked Questions


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