|MPH in Leadership|
The mission of the Public Health Leadership Program is to develop leaders in health and medical care and to train our students to meet the public health and medical care challenges of the community and society at large. To accomplish this mission, students are provided an integrated, practice-based curriculum with flexibility in selecting courses both within the Leadership Program and other departments to meet PHLP core requirements.
The Leadership MPH is designed for individuals who already have a professional identity and who have three to five years of health-related experience but who desire to broaden their knowledge and skills in public health philosophy and sciences. The School of Public Health recognizes that these individuals represent a variety of disciplines, have a wide range of experiences and often have a limited amount of time in which to complete an MPH curriculum. Therefore, the hallmarks of the program are its flexibility and the opportunity it affords students to custom-design their programs of study.
The curriculum of study includes:
The structure of the program is as follows:
Step 1: SOPHAS Application - Applicants for all MPH programs must submit a SOPHAS application. Applicants are advised to submit materials to SOPHAS 4 weeks prior to program deadlines, to allow SOPHAS to process the application and send out instructions for completing the separate Graduate School application.
For further information on the application process or other related issues, please contact:
Sue Robeson, Registrar (email@example.com)
Go to the Graduate School site for further information regarding applications. The Graduate School also has information regarding North Carolina Residency. If you have specific questions regarding residency, you can email Valerie Hudock (firstname.lastname@example.org).
|Last updated July 18, 2013|