The Master of Business Administration (MBA) / Master of Public Health (MPH) dual degree provides the opportunity for students to hone their business skills while equipping them with the training necessary to make a difference in today’s public health and healthcare worlds.
Over the three-year plan of study, students will alternate MBA and MPH courses, allowing for integrated learning. The Drexel LeBow MBA offers a customizable, cross-disciplinary plan of study that prepares students to solve complex business problems across industries.
The rigorous, comprehensive degree program is designed to emphasize the broad perspective of business concepts through innovative coursework, experiential learning and career coaching. Grounded by a strong academic foundation in business, the program offers several opportunities to specialize and align students' specific area of interest through elective courses.
The MPH, with a major in Health Management and Policy, provides state-of-the-art core competencies in public health and the option to concentrate in either Management or Policy, as well as extensive opportunities for community, practice, and research engagement.
The Dornsife School of Public Health and LeBow College of Business seek students with intellectual and interpersonal competencies as well as those with potential for leadership. The Dornsife School of Public Health has set a high priority on establishing a student body that is representative of the nation's population.
Eligible applicants to the MPH/MBA program must first submit their application to the Dornsife School of Public Health through SOPHAS. Select the MPH Health Management and Policy Program designation. The applicant should identify interest in the MPH/MBA program in the Statement of Purpose and Objectives within the documents section of the application.
If the applicant is accepted to the Dornsife School of Public Health, they will then be reviewed for admission to the MPH/MBA dual degree program.
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