MS Non-Profit Leadership & Population Health Management
The Non Profit Leadership and Population Health Management (NPLPHM) program teaches learners to take a "whole-systems" approach to population health leadership, collaborative styles of inquiry, data collection and use, and evidence-based practice to inform decision-making. Intentionally designed as a hybrid (virtual and face-to-face) cohort-based learning experience for the working professional, the program prepares learners to better understand organizations as dynamic systems.
|NPLP 501||Introduction to Non Profit Leadership and Population Health||3|
|NPLP 502||Foundations of Organizational Development Change and Population Health Systems||3|
|NPLP 503||Managing Leadership Population Health: Non Profits||3|
|NPLP 504||Appreciative Inquiry: Leadership in Complex Organizations||3|
|NPLP 505||Managing and Leading Population Health Organizations||3|
|NPLP 506||Public Policy Advocacy Law and innovation||3|
|NPLP 507||Capstone: Leading for Impact||3|
|NPLP 508||Diversity, Equity, and Inclusive Leadership||3|
|NPLP 509||Managers' Use of Data: Evidenced Based Practices||3|
|NPLP 510||Strategic and Professional Communication Skills for Leaders||3|
|NPLP 511||Leaders as Meeting Designers and Facilitators||3|
|NPLP 512||Toolkit: Lab for Collaborative Action||3|
Master of Science in Organizational Development & Leadership (MS)
Master of Science in Non-Profit Leadership & Population Health Management (MS)
Master of Science in Public Health Management & Administration (MS)
For matriculation into the master’s programs in Organizational Development and Leadership, Public Health Management and Administration and Non-Profit Leadership and Population Health Management, an applicant must have completed a bachelor’s degree program from a regionally-accredited institution.
Certificate of Advanced Graduate Studies (CAGS)
- Organizational Development & Leadership
- Public & Population Health Management
For matriculation into the certificate of advanced graduate studies programs in Organizational Development and Leadership, and Public and Population Health Management, an applicant must have completed a master’s degree program from a regionally-accredited institution.
Admissions Process for all Leadership Programs
The online application will be available beginning in the Fall 2023 fall 2021 term at https://explore.pcom.edu/apply/.
This program utilizes a rolling admissions policy, so applications will be considered throughout the year as they are received. Students will be accepted into the program until the desired class size is reached. Classes begin in the fall term.
The Faculty Committee on Admissions screens the applications, invites some applicants for an interview, evaluates the applicants, and selects the new students. Following completion of the admissions process, applicants will be notified of the Admissions Committee’s decision in writing, including any conditions that must be satisfied prior to or following enrollment.
Your application will be processed and assessed by the Faculty Committee on Admissions only after the receipt of:
Autobiographical statement explaining your interest in this academic program as it relates to your career goals (in 500 words or less)
Official transcripts of all undergraduate and graduate coursework
One letter of recommendation
Curriculum vitae or resume
All materials must be forwarded to PCOM’s Office of Admissions.
Note that official college transcripts from all colleges/universities schools attended must be sent directly to:
Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine
Office of Admissions
4170 City Avenue
Philadelphia, PA 19131
We will accept electronic transcripts via email, from Parchment Services and National Student Clearinghouse to email@example.com.
Letters of Recommendation can be sent through the evaluator portal on the application or directly to PCOM Admissions in .pdf format to firstname.lastname@example.org. Recommenders can be directed to our “For Recommenders” page for guidance.
PCOM fully online courses are not open to applicants who are not U.S. citizens or permanent residents.
In accordance with the March 2020 guidance, new or Initial F and M students who were not previously enrolled in a program of study on March 9, 2020, will not be able to enter the United States as a nonimmigrant student for the 2022-23 academic year if their course of study is 100 percent online. Consistent with this guidance, PCOM cannot issue a Form I-20, “Certificate of Eligibility for Nonimmigrant Student Status,” for a student in new or Initial status who is outside of the United States for courses operating fully online.