Train to work with communities to improve public health by identifying and assessing population health needs by earning a Master of Business Administration and a Master of Public Health simultaneously at Case Western Reserve, the #1 university in Ohio.
The dual MBA/Master of Public Health program—developed by the university’s School of Medicine, School of Graduate Studies and Weatherhead School of Management—provides you with the necessary management skills and leadership ability to ensure continued economic viability, human development and effective communication within the public health industry.
Why Pair Your Master of Public Health with an MBA?
By understanding the complexities of managing public health-related systems and organizations, graduates of the MPH/MBA program serve as a valuable addition to diverse career settings not limited to:
- Environmental and occupational health sciences,
- Epidemiology and disease control, and
- Health promotion and behavioral sciences.
MPH/MBA at a Glance
Through our three-year program, you'll enhance your understanding of leading-edge concepts in business management and administration with fundamental domains of public health such as health policy and management, public health history and social and behavioral sciences.
Looking for specific information about coursework? See the General Bulletin.
When you study at Weatherhead School of Management, you’re surrounded by opportunity. Case Western Reserve—the #1 university in Ohio (U.S. News & World Report, 2022)—is renowned as a center for innovation, a place where our community spends each day asking and discovering how to think beyond the possible.
With a wide range of innovative facilities, networking opportunities, must-see attractions in Cleveland, Ohio, and more, you'll never run out of options to build your professional and social networks.
Your Next Step Starts Now
Ready to design a better world through smart, sustainable business solutions? That’s the Weatherhead way. Get started today.