USF Sacramento Campus Master of Public Health (MPH) in Health Policy Leadership

Drawing expertise from the School of Nursing and Health Professions and the School of Management, our MPH in Health Policy Leadership program delivers an interprofessional-clinical concentration designed for tomorrow's health leaders. Located in California's state capitol, our classrooms extend well beyond campus borders and into a city famous for its forward-thinking approach to public health advocacy and community outreach.

  • Offered each year in the Fall semester
  • Delivery: One evening per week, alternating in-class and online, year-round for two years

USF has empowered me to approach public health work with vision, inspiration, and enthusiasm. The faculty strike a balance between structure and independence that is ideal for personal and professional growth. It is great to feel so supported and yet so challenged at the same time.

Manuel Arredondo, MPH Student
Angie Reed MPH '18

Show Up, Work Hard, Have a Good Attitude

Angie Reed MPH '18 works as the Program Lead for the Alzheimer’s Disease Program at the California Department of Public Health. She spoke with Sacramento Campus staff about her new position, how her USF degree helped her career, and her advice for students.

 

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Social Justice Fellowship

The Social Justice Fellowship is a $4,000 award over two years. Up to two awards will be made to outstanding MPH program applicants committed to public health as social justice and the ethical goal of protecting the health of the public.