The University of Hawai'i at Manoa, Thompson School of Social Work and Public Health, is currently accepting applications for the Online Master of Public Health with a specialization in Health Policy and Management; the application deadline is March 1, 2023.
Dr. Elizabeth McFarlane, associate professor at the Thompson School of Social Work and Public Health, will be the presenter for this informational session and will answer your questions.
If you want to earn your master's degree and advance your career in the growing field of Public Health, this informational session is for you. The Online Master's in Public Health can be completed in less than two years, and the asynchronous online format allows you to learn at your own pace and schedule. Financial aid is available.
Space is limited, so reserve your space today.
Public Health Job Outlook:
The Bureau of Labor Statistics expects employment in Public Health to grow. Employment growth is expected to grow by 32% — much faster than other occupations.
Online Master of Public Health with a Specialization in Health Policy and Management Website