Dual Degree Option: Master of Public Policy and Administration/Master of Public Health
The Center for Public Policy and Administration (CPPA) and the School of Public Health and Health Sciences (SPHHS) offer a dual Master of Public Policy and Administration (MPPA) and Master of Public Health (MPH) that can be completed within three years of full-time study. The M.P.P.A./M.P.H. option requires that students complete 72 total credits, 42 in the Health Policy and Management Program (Department of Public Health, SPHHS) and 30 through CPPA. Applicants must meet admission requirements and be accepted by both CPPA and the Health Policy and Management Program to qualify for the dual degree option. Students currently enrolled in either program may also apply to the other program during their first year to matriculate as a MPPA/MPH candidate.
For additional information regarding M.P.H. program options refer to the Public Health section of this Bulletin.
For additional information regarding M.P.P.A. program options refer to the Public Policy and Administration section of this Bulletin.