The MPH in Health Systems Management aims to address the shortage of qualified health systems leaders and managers. It is offered by the College of Public Health and Health Informatics with a view to becoming the national and regional reference center for health services management.
The MPH in HSM is a full-time program delivered over two calendar years, offered within the College of Public Health and Health Informatics (CPHHI), King Abdulaziz University for Health Sciences (KSAU-HS). The program consists of 13 taught courses modules and applied research project. Students are enrolled for a minimum of four semesters and are required to complete the program within a maximum of four years upon registration. The MPH in Health Systems Management (HSM) is a credit-based program consisting of 42 credits, comprising of 6 core college-wide course modules and 7 compulsory department course modules. The taught course modules account for 39 credits while the research project accounts for 3 credit hours.
University Graduates of Health and Social Sciences
Two-Year Full-Time Program