Advance your career with an education in Population Health Management and Leadership
The MPH-PEP program with a specialization in population health management and leadership is designed to train today’s health professional to be tomorrow’s health leader. Designed for working professionals across public health, health care, non-profit and community organizations, the distance-based format supports work-school-home life balance, with both hybrid in-person and online courses.
The MPH-PEP curriculum focuses on developing practical skills in population health management and leadership. Core public health courses establish the foundational principles of public health; required courses focus on practical skills and methods to plan, implement, manage and evaluate population health strategies; and specialization courses allows students to dig deeper into specific concepts in leadership, health care decision making, cost-effectiveness, project management, community engagement and evidence-based public health.
The program’s goals are to develop leaders in public health, health care and community health who can work across sectors to create real change in the populations they work with.
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Interested in how an MPH in population health management and leadership can support your career? Contact the MPH-PEP program director Andrew Wapner, DO, MPH, MPH-PEP Program Director at wapner [dot] 1osu [dot] edu or 614-292-8675.
Need more information about applying for MPH-PEP? Contact Dawnne Wise, MPH-PEP Program Manager, at wise [dot] 13osu [dot] edu or 614-247-7967.
I have a better grasp on public health theory because of my training in the MPH-PEP program, and as such am better prepared for the real-world public health challenges I face at work on a daily basis.
Director of the Institute for LGBTQ Health Equity at Equitas Health
Viewing medicine through a lens of public health has allowed me to be more understanding, compassionate and thoughtful in my approach to medicine. The MPH-PEP program showed me the complexities of our health system and how to better advocate for my patients.
Christopher M. Esber, MD, MPH
Medical Director, Grant Transition of Care Clinic