An MPH in Health Policy and Management prepares students to plan and manage public health programs in a variety of urban settings; analyze the impact of health and non-health policies on population health; and advocate for policies that promote the health of urban populations. It emphasizes intersectoral approaches to policy and management in urban settings and the economic dimensions of health policy. Graduates work in health and other settings as managers, policy analysts or policy advocates.
Graduates plan and manage public health programs, analyze the impact of policies on population health, and design and advocate for policies that promote the health of populations.
Medical students at the Albert Einstein College of Medicine can complete their MD and MPH in Health Policy and Management degrees in 4+1 years by following the recommended course sequence and completing the MPH courses described in the curriculum tab below.