The objective of this program is to support future leaders in health policy to attain graduate degrees from the U.S in the areas of health economics, hospital management, nursing management and health information systems. Participants will study the principles of public health, health economics/financing, hospital management, or nursing management becoming conversant in the latest evidence-based interventions to:

  1. Improve the primary health care mothers, children and communities and
  2. Improve social security, health financing and health insurance systems

Master Degrees will be considered in the following focus areas:

Hospital Management

Nursing Management

Health information systems management

Pharmaceutical economics and policy

Maternal and neonatal health

TB prevention, care and treatment

Pharmaceutical Manufacturing

HIV prevention, care and treatment

National public health program implementation

Health governance - finance, policy analysis and health insurance

Health care management - quality of care

Medicines quality control

Supply Chain Management