Health Policy & Systems Management
To advance the public's health and well-being through education, research & service
with a focus on issues affecting Louisiana
The Master of Public Health (MPH) program in Health Policy & Systems Management (HPSM) is concerned with personal and population health improvement through planning, implementation and operation of systemic, effective and community responsive programs and organizations.
The HPSM program prepares students for managerial, consulting, and leadership roles in public health and health care organizations. Pre-professional and professional students are prepared for these roles through the study and application of the principles of health systems management with a special focus on the quality and cost effectiveness of the care they provide and on the information systems that support them.
Program core courses also prepare students to pursue careers to develop and advocate for health policies to achieve cost-effective delivery of health services as well as to ensure desired health outcomes.
Instructor and Director of Admissions and Student Affairs: Alice I. LeBlanc, MPH
Phone:504-568-5747 Fax:504-568-5701 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
- BEHAVIORAL & COMMUNITY
- ENVIRONMENTAL & OCCUPATIONAL
- HEALTH POLICY & SYSTEMS
- RESEARCH & SERVICE PROGRAMS:
- LOUISIANA TUMOR REGISTRY
- CANCER CONTROL PROGRAM /
LOUISIANA BREAST &
- TOBACCO CESSATION INITIATIVE /
TOBACCO FREE LIVING
- TRIM TEENS
- INITIATIVE FOR EVALUATION
AND CAPACITY BUILDING
- DELTA REGION AETC
- NURSE FAMILY PARTNERSHIP
- CENTERS & INSTITUTES:
- INSTITUTE OF PUBLIC HEALTH
MPH Application Deadlines:
Domestic Students: May 31st
For detail visit our admissions page.
May 29, 2013
Biostatistics Dissertation Defense
PhD Candidate: Robbie Beyl
June 5, 2013
“W” on Transcript for all Course or Term Withdrawals
“I” Grades from Spring Semester Convert to “F”