Doctoral and Training Programs:
A 4-year, on-campus program where students learn to contribute to the health of diverse populations by producing high-quality research on important topics and translating the results to practice and policy.
Designed for early career professionals, with an average of 1-3 years of professional experience. Our 2-year, full-time program will equip you with the leadership skills needed to launch your career in health administration and make an impact on the future of health care.
Designed for professionals with an average of 7-10 years of professional experience, the part-time format meets once a month in person which allows for students to continue working full time while pursuing their MHA degree.
Master of Public Health (MPH)(Concentrations: Health Services (Generalist), Health Systems and Policy, Social and Behavioral Sciences)
A 2-year, on-campus program centered on improving health in diverse communities by solving problems in rapidly changing societies and health systems.
An 18-month, online program where professionals learn to take a leadership role in tackling public health challenges and promoting health equity and social justice. Two on-site sessions are required.
A 2-year, on-campus program using problem-based learning (PBL), training students to work collaboratively with communities to address health inequities and improve health and well-being for all.
Master of Science (MS)(Concentrations: Health Services (Generalist), Clinical and Translational Research)
A 2-year, on-campus program training students to conduct high-quality research to improve the public's health and the effectiveness of health care and population health services.
Prepares you to step into leadership and technology roles in the development and management of enterprise-level health information systems. Our program offers a unique curriculum that combines leadership development with in-depth training in the rapidly changing field of health IT.
This 2-year accredited bachelor's completion program trains students to become a registered health information administrator (RHIA). Students develop the skills needed to govern and manage data and administer IT systems in health care settings.