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With a dual degree in Business Administration and Public Health (MBA/MPH), you’ll be prepared for leadership in the health services industry at the local, national, and international levels.

This unique degree integrates dynamic education from the Peter F. Drucker and Masatoshi Ito Graduate School of Management and CGU’s School of Community and Global Health. It combines comprehensive knowledge and competencies in public health sciences and state-of-the-art business practices. You’ll draw on the collective expertise of world-class faculty at both institutions, and you will find among them academic and career mentors. You will study specialized courses to intersect scientific advancement and private enterprise; be prepared to improve public health and the profit margin of organizations devoted to serving the needs of local, regional and global communities. As a graduate, you’ll transfer strategic thinking, scientific know-how, and leadership and managerial skills to rapidly changing environments and global health challenges in the 21st century.

Program Highlights

Program at a Glance

ESTIMATED COMPLETION TIME*
3 years

*Program completion times may vary depending on course registration, units transferred, and time to complete other degree requirements.

COURSES BEGIN
Fall | Spring | Summer

DEGREES AWARDED
Master of Public Health, MBA

Featured Courses

CGH 316
Public Health Leadership

Conveys knowledge, skills, and practical tools to direct public health organizations to successful implementation of institutional vision and overall strategy.

CGH 310
Foundations of Global Health: A Multidisciplinary Approach

Offers an interdisciplinary approach to understanding key public health challenges that transcend local and national boundaries and require collaborative solutions.

CGH 317
Ethics, Human Rights & Cultural Diversity

Explores ethical principles in the distribution of health resources, the conduct of global public health research, and the implementation of public health initiatives and practices across different nations, cultures, and religions.

MGT 325
The Drucker Difference

Focuses on individual, organizational, and societal issues raised by Peter Drucker and explores their implications in different functional areas of management.

MGT 360
Applied Operational Methods

Develops a general managerial perspective on the role of operations management in the function of a firm, at both the tactical and strategic levels.

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Michael Mirabella

Director of Admissions and Recruitment for the Drucker School of Management
T: 909-607-9049
E: michael.mirabella@cgu.edu

Regina Wang Lee

Director of Recruitment, School of Community & Global Health
T: 909-607-9417
E: regina.wang.lee@cgu.edu