Program Requirements

MS in Public Health/MBA

Curriculum

MSPH/MBA students will be required to complete the following MSPH courses (32 credit hours):

  • PUBH 502 - Public Health Seminar
  • PUBH 520 - Health Education and Promotion
  • PUBH 525 - Overview of Rural Health
  • PUBH 540 - Statistical Methods
  • PUBH 541 - Community Health Assessment and Evaluation
  • PUBH 550 - Perspectives in Environmental Health
  • PUBH 560 – Epidemiology
  • PUBH 580 - Health Policy and Management
  • PUBH 682 - Ethics in Rural Public Health
  • PUBH 690 - Research Project I
  • PUBH 699 - Public Health Practicum

MSPH/MBA students will be required to complete the required, core MBA courses (27 credit hours):

  • BADM 710 – Accounting for Decision Making
  • BADM 724 – Economics for Managers
  • BADM 730 – Financial Management
  • BADM 740 – Legal Environment of Business
  • BADM 742 – Business Ethics
  • BADM 750 – Organizational Behavior
  • BADM 758 – Strategic Management
  • BADM 760 – Contemporary Management Science Techniques
  • BADM 770 – Marketing Management

Three MSPH courses (9 credit hours) will be counted toward the completion of the MBA:

  • PUBH 540 – Statistical Methods
  • PUBH 580 – Health Policy and Management
  • PUBH 690 – Research Project (with a focus in healthcare administration)

*Note: Students electing to take part in the dual degree program will pay the MBA tuition rate for BADM courses while paying the MSPH tuition rate for public health courses.

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