This degree has been designed to offer you a solid basis in public health epidemiology, health policy and global economics, health education and health promotion, statistics, and infection and disease control – delivered via a mixture of face-to-face, online and blended delivery of modules.
Throughout this course students will be introduced to current knowledge and challenges in Public Health through a range of techniques applicable to research including epidemiology, global health economics and statistics.
Students will learn the main methodologies and theoretical approaches to inform the theory and practice of Public Health and learn a range of skills to analyse, synthesise and evaluate local, national and global issues of Public Health.
Critical analysis skills will be developed under expert guidance and students will be encouraged to demonstrate self-direction and originality in problem solving and executing tasks.
*Master of Public Health (Professional Practice) typically requires an additional 3 months of full-time study and equivalent part-time study, subject to availability and other conditions.