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Given recent events, it is not difficult to imagine issues that should be addressed by effective public health policy and leadership in public health organizations. From widespread opiod addiction and concerns over contaminated water to gun violence and a global pandemic, our communities, the nation, and the world are facing a multitude of public health crises that impact us all. Are you ready to contribute to meaningful solutions?
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The MPH in Health Policy and Management at the Joseph R. Biden, Jr. School of Public Policy and Administration prepares students to tackle any public health crisis, whether it is currently underway or an future challenge. As an MPH student, you will gain the educational foundation and practical skills to effectively contribute and lead in healthcare institutions, health-focused nonprofits, and local, state, or federal government agencies.
You will be able to pursue a wide range of public health interest areas to prepare for a career in public health management or health policy research. Students focus their studies in areas that include healthcare inequities, health policy, health systems, program evaluation, policy analysis, emergency management, and nonprofit or public management, among others.