Distance Public Health Administration & Policy MPH graduates are well positioned to be policy-makers, managers, and leaders in public health. The curriculum is focused on practical skill-building. The focus on management, administration, and health policy provides knowledge and grows skills to meet the complex challenges facing public health professionals.
What Do Graduates Do?
Distance Public Health Administration & Policy MPH graduates manage public health organizations at the local, state, federal, and international level in planning agencies, voluntary health organizations, mental health agencies, human services organizations, long-term care agencies, international health organizations, managed care plans, community clinics, community organizations, alternative health care delivery settings, and a wide variety of other non-profit organizations.
Examples of Positions Held by Graduates of the PHAP Program
Isanti County Public Health
Clinic Supervisor and Public Health Nurse
Director of Clinical Operations
Lorain County General Health District
Health and Wellness Coach
Health Policy Director
U.S. Senator’s team