BRADENTON, FL — (May 9, 2019) Dr. Timothy Novak, dean of the Lake Erie College of Osteopathic Medicine (LECOM) School of Health Services Administration, announced the inaugural Masters in Public Health (MPH) class starting May 30, 2019.
“The vision of the LECOM Masters in Public Health program is to improve the overall public health in the United States through the impact of our graduates,” Novak said. “The mission is to improve the health and well-being of individuals, families, and communities in North America by applying effective business practices with the philosophy of osteopathic medicine that provides care for the whole person: mind, body and spirit.”
Donald Simpson, Ph.D., M.P.H., has been appointed the MPH program director and he brings three decades of public-health experience facilitating community wellness, conducting epidemiology research and providing graduate-level educational leadership.
The MPH program curriculum is delivered through a dynamic, Web-based, on-line education platform by an expert team of faculty with deep public-health expertise. The fully accredited 45-credit hour master’s degree program is completed one course at a time with student access available around the clock. This 24-month degree is specifically designed for working professionals who wish to continue to work full-time while completing their formal educations.
The MPH degree is the third master’s-degree program offered through the LECOM School of Health Services Administration, which also includes the Master of Science in Biomedical Ethics and the Masters in Health Services Administration.
LECOM knows wellness and teaches the business of healthcare!
For more information about the LECOM MPH program, please call 941-405-1533, email firstname.lastname@example.org, or visit https://lecom.edu.