University of Georgia to Launch Joint MBA/Master of Public Health Degree

Program will take three years to complete

The University of Georgia's Terry College of Business has announced that it will launch a dual-degree MBA and Master of Public Health Program, in partnership with the school's College of Public Health.

The new joint MBA/MPH program will take three years to complete. In the first year, students will take courses at the College of Public Health, and focus on topics in health economics, policy analysis and public health fundamentals. The second year's courses will be delivered through the Terry College of Business, and focus on leadership, accounting; and financial, strategic and operations management. Capstone projects at both colleges will take place during the program's final year.

At least one summer internship is also required.

Applications are now being accepted for fall 2014. For more information, please see the http://news.uga.edu/releases/article/uga-to-launch-new-mba-mph-dual-degree-program/University of Georgia press release announcing the launch of the MBA/MPH program.

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