The Executive PHAP program allows you to advance your career in public health administration, management, data management, and policy. This program blends online and on-campus curricula tailored to working public health and population health professionals currently in or seeking leadership roles that aim to improve the health of populations.
The Executive PHAP program combines online, experiential, and on-campus learning opportunities. Most of the coursework is online and asynchronous: students spend 17 days on campus over 30 months. Students can complete the MPH degree in 30 months, but schedule is flexible.
The program is made up of 42 credits, of which 35 credits are delivered online and 7 come from on-campus instruction. Here is just a sampling of courses you might take:
PUBH 7710 Setting Priorities and Framing Public Health (2 cr)
PUBH 7720 Data to Drive Public Health (2 cr)
PUBH 7730 Laws, Rules, and Regulations for Public Health (1 cr)
PUBH 7740 Leading and Evaluating Public Health Change (2 cr)
For more information, read the curriculum sheet.
Jaime Arthur, public health care worker, mother of two, and member of the Navajo Nation, is the first in her family to attend college. With a heart full of dedication and compassion, she is now pursuing her master's degree in public health administration and policy online. Read her inspiring story.
Financial aid may be available for eligible students. Contact One Stop for additional information on financial aid.