MCH615 Community Health Decision Making

This course explores issues facing public health organizations in today’s environment. Students will learn to apply regulatory and ethical decision-making models to areas impacting the well-being of community and public health using current case scenarios. Students will demonstrate their ability to make decisions regarding public health issues that positively impact the public. Students will understand the decision-making process as it relates to federal, state, and local governments. Upon successful completion of this course, students will incorporate new skills to create solutions for the 21st century.


MCH605, MCH610, and all core courses, except MHA620-MHA Leadership Capstone

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