Public Health Administration, MPH
Master of Public Health
The IU Online Master of Public Health in Public Health Administration prepares students to assume leadership roles in public health agencies.
As a student in this program, you learn to effectively develop and implement policies and manage programs that promote public health. You have the opportunity to engage with public health and health services organizations in Indiana and beyond. You have the option of focusing on rural populations.
In addition to the public health core, coursework focuses on:
- Finance and budgeting
- Public health economics
- Legal issues
- Resource acquisition and management
Graduates of this program may work in regulatory agencies, advocacy groups, professional associations, think tanks, consulting firms, nonprofit organizations, businesses and corporations, hospitals, county health departments, universities, health foundations, and local, state, and federal government agencies.
Your IU Online MPH in Public Health Administration prepares you for such careers as:
- Evaluation specialist
- Public health advisor
- Public health policy analyst
- Public health research coordinator
- Program manager
- Project director
- Program coordinator
- Public health consultant
To earn the MPH in Public Health Administration, you must complete a total of 44 credit hours. Requirements are broken down as follows:
- MPH degree core courses (20 credit hours)
- Public Health Administration concentration courses (12 credit hours)
- Additional MPH concentration courses or electives (12 credit hours)