MASTER OF PUBLIC HEALTH - MPH
This 45-semester-hour program emphasizes the management of public health agencies and public sector health services. Full-time students who start in the Fall graduate in December of the following year.
Apply online through the Association of Schools of Public Health's SOPHAS system. Please also send email@example.com an e-mail with your contact information.
(subject to change)
|Curriculum Requirements (45 hours)||Recommended Sequence
|Public Health MPH Core (15 hours)|
|BIOS 700 - Biostatistics||Fall, 1st year|
|ENHS 660 - Concepts of Environmental Health Science||Fall, 2nd year|
|EPID 700 - Epidemiology||Fall 1st year|
|HSPM 700 - Approaches and Concepts in Health Administration||Fall, 1st year|
|HPEB 700 - Public Health Education Concepts||Summer|
|Management (18 hours)|
|HSPM 708 - Cost Benefit Analysis||Spring|
|HSPM 712 - Health Economics||Spring|
|HSPM 713 - Information Systems||Summer|
|HSPM 716 - Quantitative Methods in Health Administration||Spring|
|HSPM 730 - Health Care Finance||Spring|
|HSPM 769 - Organizational Behavior||Fall, 2nd Year|
|Planning, Public Health Law, or Policy (3 hours)|
|One of the following courses:
HSPM 707 - Rural Health Policy
HSPM 711 - Health Politics
HSPM 718 - Health Planning
|HSPM 726 Applied Public Health Law for Administrators||Fall, 1st year|
|Community Assessment/Delivery of Health Care Services
|HSPM 715 - Community Assessment and Delivery of Health Care Services||Summer|
|Public Health Residency (6 hours)|
|HSPM 798 - Public Health Residency||Fall, 2nd year|
DUAL DEGREE PROGRAM:
There is also one dual degree program: the Dual Degree Program in Social Work and Public Health Administration, a program conducted jointly with the College of Social Work, which leads to an MSW-MPH degree.
The University requires that graduate level students maintain academic standards as outlined in the USC Graduate School Bulletin. A graduate student's average on all courses attempted must be at least a B (3.0 on a 4 point system). Students with an accumulation of grades of C+or below on graduate course work are suspended from degree candidacy, pending review by the Department and the Graduate School.
For further information about this program, please contact Mitchell Taylor, phone: (803)777-1627.