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    Master Programs

    Master of Public Health
    The Master of Public Health is a 2-year full-time program. Students have the opportunity to develop skills in the following areas of public health:

    • public health policy and economics
    • sociology and psychology of health
    • federal administration of health care.

    Master of Public Health prepares students to become effective public health practitioners and scientists. Graduates can contribute to the public health by designing and implementing forecasting and prevention programs and policies to promote public health while working in the federal, municipal, or non-government organizations.

    Master of Health Administration (MBA)
    Master of Health Administration trains qualified individuals to become managers and leaders of health care organizations. The MBA program admits students in October and requires part-time study for 2 years (8 modules).

    Students have the opportunity to develop skills in the following areas:

    • Legal basics of healthcare institution management
    • Financial management in healthcare
    • Human resources
    • Marketing of medical services
    • Business planning
    • Psychological training.