Loma Linda, Ca (PRWEB) May 21, 2014
MBA Healthcare Management has listed Loma Linda University School of Public Health (LLUSPH) in the top 25 Master’s in Public Health Degree programs that also have the highest acceptance rates in the United States. LLUSPH ranks fourth on the list of highly rated U.S. universities.
“We are pleased and honored to have our MPH and MBA programs at the School of Public Health recognized in the top academic programs in the country,” said Helen Hopp Marshak, PhD, MCHES, associate dean of academic affairs at LLUSPH. “Our goal is to provide high quality education in public health and health care management to individuals who value a Christian perspective. Our graduates end up in careers in public health and health care, which span the globe, spreading the message of health, hope and healing to those in need. The faculty, staff and administration of our School are committed to continued excellence as we educate future health professionals.”
In order to determine the rankings for the schools on the list, MBA healthcare Management consulted U.S. News and World Report’s top 50 programs from the list of best graduate schools in the field of public health. Next, the graduate school acceptance rates were compiled from Peterson’s list. The schools were then ordered from the lowest acceptance rate to the highest.
LLUSPH has been educating students since 1948 and offers degrees in earth and biological sciences; environmental health and geoinformatics sciences; epidemiology biostatistics and population medicine; global health; health policy and management; health promotion and education; and nutrition.
The School of Public Health is committed to provide an exceptional learning environment to its students—whether that be in a traditional classroom setting, at a satellite campus overseas, or via the Internet.
MBA Healthcare Management is an online guide that is dedicated to the occupation and the education of health care management professionals. The site is composed of industry articles, professional resources, blog rolls, statistics and rankings for top degree programs, and timely career guidance.
"We embrace the idea of getting a high quality degree," said editor Troy Mark. "At the same time, we realize the importance of a program's accessibility to the interested student population."
A master's degree is a necessary credential for a number of advanced careers in public health. According to the Occupational Outlook Handbook published by the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, post-graduates can qualify for advanced positions with greater authority, improved working conditions and higher rates of pay. The launch of the article about public health degree programs that also have high acceptance rates is provided by MBA Healthcare Management as a free resource for prospective students. Find the complete article here: http://mba-healthcare-management.com/best/top-25-masters-in-public-health-degree-programs-with-the-highest-acceptance-rates/.
The mission of LLU School of Public Health reflects a distinctly Christian orientation and purpose in preparing students as public health professionals for local, national, and international service. For more information about Loma Linda University School of Public Health, visit http://www.llu.edu/sph.