The University of Southern Maine’s Muskie School of Public Service combines an extensive applied research and technical assistance portfolio with rigorous academic programs. In addition to preparing students for successful careers in public service, public health, and the non-profit sphere, Muskie’s graduate programs strengthen the civic life of our Maine community. You can learn more about the school here.
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MPPM & MPH
Designed for working professionals and pre-career students who aspire to professional roles in a range of policy arenas.
Combine a MPPM or MPH degree with another graduate degree to build a unique skillset that will help you stand out from the competition.
A solid foundation of knowledge and skills in health literacy and communication, quality improvement, and patient safety. Offers students the opportunity to pursue interests in health systems, basic public health sciences, and data analysis and translation.
Event date - September 3, 2020
Event title - Webinar series: Understanding the COVID-19 pandemic (Fall 2020)
Event descriptions - This free webinar series will help you gain a stronger understanding of the COVID-19 pandemic, drawing on experts in public health, policy, law, and business. Runs Sept. 3 - Nov. 19.read more
Course short title - Understanding the Covid-19 pandemic (Fall 2020)
Course short description - A webinar series on the Covid-19 pandemic that weaves together perspectives from public health, policy, law, and business. Runs Sept. 3 - Nov. 19.read more
Podcast title - Episode 23: Covid-19 in rural communities - The emerging story
Podcast short description - We discuss how Covid-19 has impacted rural health and rural economies.read more