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Loma Linda University School of Public Health

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Degree - Program Area (Concentration):
MPH - Health Policy and Leadership
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How to Apply
Winter 2015
12/1/2014 (Expired)
US applicants
10/1/2014 (Expired)
International applicants
Spring 2015
3/1/2015 (Expired)
US applicants
12/15/2014 (Expired)
International applicants
Summer 2015
6/1/2015 (Expired)
US applicants
3/15/2015 (Expired)
International applicants
Fall 2015
US applicants
6/15/2015 (Expired)
International applicants
The Master of Public Health (M.P.H.) degree in health policy and leadership prepares participants to analyze, develop, and advocate for health policies, develop leadership principles and skills, enhance the skills required to formally educate the community regarding health policy, and take on a leadership role in community development projects. Participants understand the health policy development process and that health policy is a multidisciplinary field of inquiry and practice concerned with a) social determinants of health and b) the delivery, quality, and costs of health and health care for individuals and populations. The goals of the program are to study new methods of serving others and helping them live better lives by connecting individuals of passion, vision, and initiative with other like-minded individuals in order to successfully initiate, manage, and implement comprehensive health policy programs and projects. The M.P.H. degree Health Policy and Leadership Program promotes a multidisciplinary approach to policy analysis that supports health policymakers’ efforts to make policy decisions that will develop a health system that is accountable to the population it serves—effecting positive, lasting change that will improve health and health services within communities and the state, as well as nationally and internationally. Prerequisites: None Alumni Profiles:
Applicant Test Requirements:
» All Applicants: (One of the following)  GRE  GMAT
» Additional International: TOEFL
» Comment:If applicant has received 4 year degree in the United States
Distance Learning: No
Peace Corps: No
One Year or Less Program: No
Loma Linda University, School of Public Health has a rolling admissions process for U.S. students. We will accept and examine applications as they are sent in, instead of waiting to judge all applications concurrently. This gives you the advantage of finding out early on whether or not you are accepted. Please note the deadlines posted are the soft deadlines for a specified term that will allow sufficient processing time of a complete application. If you have questions contact
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