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Public Health

The National University School of Health and Human Services offers a variety of undergraduate and graduate degree programs that prepare students for careers in the public and clinical healthcare industry. A career in healthcare offers many rewards including making a difference in the lives of patients and populations, intellectual challenge and lifelong learning, excellent compensation and benefits, security, and the ability to work internationally. At National University you'll learn how to provide care and use the latest medical technologies. You'll also develop critical thinking and therapeutic skills that will prepare you for your license and certificate examinations.

Master of Healthcare Administration
The Master of Healthcare Administration (MHA) is a graduate professional degree designed to enhance the practice of healthcare administration/management by preparing you for entry level and middle management roles in healthcare organizations. Healthcare management involves the organization, financing and delivery of services to prevent and treat illness and disease, including programs that serve the public and private sectors at all levels -- local, state, and federal.  Faculty members have expertise in diverse fields such as management, economics, law, medicine, public health, planning, sociology, and statistics. They are united by a common commitment to solving problems and developing innovations related to the access, cost and quality of healthcare.
Master of Public Health
The Master of Public Health (MPH) is a graduate professional degree designed to prepare you for leadership positions in health promotion and disease prevention.  Public Health involves multidisciplinary and collaborative strategies for solving health-related problems, including programs that serve the public sector at all levels -- local, state, federal, and global.  Faculty members have expertise and experience in public health promotion.