Executive Master of Public Health
The Executive Master of Public Health (MPH) program consists of 42 credits of coursework taught over a period of 21 months. These credits are distributed among the following sequential blocks:
• Introduction to Public Health
• Behavioral Assessment
• Community Assessment
• Management, Leadership & Health Services
• Program Planning, Implementation & Evaluation
• Master’s Project Paper
• Environmental & Occupational Health
• Health Policy & Advocacy
• Integrated Public Health Case Analysis
The MPH program is taught in an executive in-class/ online format, with classroom session held one Friday (8:30 am - 4:00 pm) and Saturday (8:30 am - 4:00 pm), per month for 21 months.
Each new generation of innovators and leaders are a direct result of committed and effective instructors. Naturally, Drexel’s faculty members are among the University’s greatest strengths. They have demonstrated excellence as scholars, researchers, and practitioners, and are often leaders in their own respective fields. Tomorrow’s leaders need instructors who are leaders today. Coursework at Drexel University Sacramento is conducted by local and Philadelphia-based faculty as well as guest experts.
Drexel University is accredited by the Middle States Association of Colleges and Schools. In addition, Drexel programs are accredited by their respective top professional accreditation bodies, including the AACSB (Business), ABET (Engineering), ALA (Library Science), CIDA (Interior Design), CEPH (Public Health), and NLNAC (Nursing).
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