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MBA/MPH Curriculum

Program Information

MBA – Business Analytics Specialization
MPH – Epidemiology and Health Analytics Specialization

Year 1

  • Fall 
    • ISTG 610 – Business Analytics I – Modeling
    • ISTG 640 – Text Mining 
    • PBHG 540 – Intermediate Epidemiology
    • PBHG 685 – Health Promotion for Individuals, Families and Communities
  • Winter
    • ISTG 620 – Relational Database Systems
  • Spring
    • ISTG 650 – Business Analytics II – Machine Learning
    • MGTG 690 – Managing in the Global Environment
    • PBHG 652 – Biostatistics for Public Health
  • Summer
    • ISTG 660 – Geospatial Analysis
    • MGTG 650 – Strategic Human Resource Management

Year 2

  • Fall
    • ACCG 610 – Accounting for Managers
    • PBHG 667 – Epidemiology of Genomics or 577 – Epidemiology and Intervention in Violence and Injury
    • PBHG 521 – Health Systems and Policy
  • Winter
    • BUSG 680 – Global Operations and Supply Chain
  • Spring
    • PBHG 620 – Health Economics
    • PBHG 503 – Health Informatics
    • PBHG 504 – Environmental and Occupational Health
    • PBHG 501 – Research Methods for Public Health
  • Summer
    • BUSG 620 – Corporate Responsibility and Business Ethics
    • PBHG 705 – Graduate Capstone (3 credits)
    • PBHG 706 – Graduate Capstone (3 credits)

MBA – Business Analytics Specialization
MPH – Health Communication Specialization

Year 1

  • Fall 
    • ISTG 610 – Business Analytics I – Modeling
    • ISTG 640 – Text Mining 
    • PBHG 540 – Intermediate Epidemiology
    • PBHG 615 – International Communication
  • Winter
    • ISTG 620 – Relational Database Systems
  • Spring
    • ISTG 650 – Machine Learning
    • ISTG 640 – Business Analytics II – Machine Learning
    • PBHG 652 – Biostatistics for Public Health
  • Summer
    • ISTG 660 – Geospatial Analysis
    • MGTG 650 – Strategic Human Resource Management

Year 2

  • Fall
    • PBHG 545 New Media Innovations in Health Communication  
    • PBHG 521 – Health Systems and Policy
    • PBHG 685 – Health Promotion for Individuals, Families and Communities
    • ACCG 610 – Accounting for Managers
  • Winter
    • BUSG 680 – Global Operations and Supply Chain
  • Spring
    • MGTG 690 – Managing in the Global Environment
    • PBHG 677 – Disclosure, Stigma, Privacy and Health or PBHG 660 – Global Health Communication
    • PBHG 504 – Environmental and Occupational Health
    • PBHG 603 – Health and Risk Communication Campaigns: A Social Marketing Approach
  • Summer
    • BUSG 620 – Corporate Responsibility and Business Ethics
    • PBHG 705 – Graduate Capstone/Internship (3 credits)
    • PBHG 706 – Graduate Capstone/Internship (3 credits)

Admission Requirements for Dual-Degree Program

  • Earned bachelor’s degree from an accredited college or university
  • Graduate Management Admission Test (GMAT) or Graduate Records Examination (GRE) taken within the last five years (Target ranges are GMAT: 540+ or GRE: 310+)
  • Current resume
  • Two letters of recommendation; at least one should be from someone who can speak to your academic performance if you received your previous degree within the past five years
  • Essay
  • Completed application form with nonrefundable application fee
  • The Test of English as a Foreign Language (TOEFL) may be required of some applicants for whom English is a second language and who have limited experience working/learning in an English-language environment.

GMAT/GRE Waivers

Students who graduated with an undergraduate business degree with a cumulative GPA of 3.4 or above or have completed an advanced degree or served in the military are exempt from taking the required GMAT/GRE. Waivers submitted by other applicants will be considered on a case-by-case basis and will take into consideration an applicant’s undergraduate record, professional experiences, and documented certifications.


Application Deadline

This program has a fall start date only. Applications are due no later than August 6.


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