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Public Health Policy and Management

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Offered On Campus in Tucson

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.

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Curriculum

Download Public Health Policy and Management MPH Concentration Competencies

Required Core Courses (16 units)

Elective Courses (minimum 8 units)

Approved by Faculty Advisor/Mentor

Total Minimum Credit Requirement = 42 units

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Milestones

Typical time to completion: 2 years full-time students, 3-4 years part-time students.

Average time to completion: 2.07

Program Steps to Completion (Full-time student timeline):

  • Attend mandatory new student orientation
  • First year is devoted to course work
  • Attend fall and spring semester MPH Internship Conference
  • Each Spring, complete an Annual Progress Report with Faculty Mentor
  • Second year is devoted to coursework and Internship project
  • 3rd semester, determine internship project, form Internship Committee and complete all planning items
  • Complete two interprofessional education (IPE) activities before graduation
  • Fourth semester, successfully complete and present internship project at Internship Conference, and submit final internship and graduation items.

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