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Public Health Policy and Management

The MPH in Public Health Policy and Management is offered by the Department of Community, Environment and Policy. The Public Health Policy and Management concentration prepares MPH students for leadership roles in the public and private sectors and to effectively create and implement policies and manage programs that promote the public's health with special emphasis on the diverse and rural populations of the Southwest.

Joe Gerald, MD, PhD - Program Director

Public Health Policy and Management Curriculum

Public Health Policy and Management MPH Concentration Competencies and Assessment Methods         

Total Minimum Credit Requirement (42 units)

Required Core Courses (15 units)

Required PHPM Courses (19 units)

Elective Courses (minimum 8 units)

Approved by Faculty Mentor

Recommended Course Sequencing for Full-Time Students

Public Health Policy and Management Faculty

Gail Barker

Senior Lecturer
(602) 827-2531

Leila Barraza

Assistant Professor
(520) 6260720

Elizabeth Calhoun

Associate Vice President, Population Health Sciences
(520) 626-9921

Jill Guernsey de Zapien

Associate Dean for Community Programs
(520) 626-7083

Daniel Derksen

Professor, Public Health Policy and Management Program, CEP Department Chair, Center for Rural Health Director
(520) 626-3085

Joe Gerald

Associate Professor & Program Director, Public Health Policy & Management
(520) 626-4678

Jorge Gomez

Assistant Professor; Assistant Vice President for Translational Research in Special Populations; Associate Director of the Center for Elimination of Border Health Disparities; and the Assistant Director for Cancer Outreach at the UA Cancer Center
(520) 626-4854

Maia Ingram

Program Director, Community Based Evaluation Projects
(520) 626-2267

Stephanie Carroll Rainie (Ahtna Athabascan),DrPH, MPH

Assistant Professor - Public Health, Udall Center for Studies in Public Policy; Associate Director and Manager - Tribal Health Program for the Native Nations Institute (NNI) in the Udall Center for Studies in Public Policy; and Assistant Professor
(520) 626-4393

Cecilia Rosales

Assistant Dean, Phoenix Programs
(602) 827-2205

Kenneth Schachter

Assistant Professor
(520) 626-7960

Ernest Schloss

Assistant Professor

Joe Tabor

Assistant Professor
(520) 626-0795

The University of Arizona