MPH Health Management and Policy goes online

August 14, 2015

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Students seeking a Master of Public Health degree in Health Management and Policy are now able to complete the program entirely online through the UNT Health Science Center School of Public Health.

This degree helps prepare students for careers in policy development, policy analysis and health systems management.

Course topics include health systems, health economics and finance, health insurance and managed care, health law and ethics, private and public sector management, and state and national health policy.

“As more and more students look for the convenience and flexibility of online learning options, the UNTHSC School of Public Health continues to explore different ways to meet their needs,” said Thad Miller, MPH, DrPH, Acting Chair, Health Management and Policy. “This new opportunity gives students another path for completing their degree.”

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