MSc. ( Public Health )

COURSE FEATURES

  • Starts 2017-10-01 00:00:00
  • Duration 24 – 36 months, part-time
  • Class Duration 3 – 6 hours per day
  • Institution UOB ( UK )
  • Seats Available 35 Student
  • Level 7
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ABOUT THE COURSE

This course focuses students to develop practical and critical public health skills, underpinned by a sound understanding of associated theories. On completion of the course, students will be enabling their potential impacts on further health policy development and implementation in local, national and global perspective.
 Entry Requirements
A bachelor degree
English proficiency: IELTS band 6 with 5.5 in each band or equivalent

Features Specific to the Course
Upon completion of this course all students become eligible to apply for fellow membership of the UK Royal Society for Public Health. The course provides you with sufficient grounding for the UK Faculty of Public Health Part I examination. Scholarship accounting up to 50% waiver of tuition fees

What you will learns

Epidemiology in Public Health 15 credits, Public Health Protection 15 credits, Healthcare Commissioning 15 credits, Health and Social Care Inequalities 15 credits, Ethical and Legal Issues in Healthcare 15 credits, Public Health Intelligence 15 credits, Public Health Research Methods 15 credits, Principles, Policies and Issues in Public Health 15 credits, Dissertation 60 credits Career Opportunities There is a wide range of career opportunities in the area of public health including public health specialist, public health advisor, public health researcher, epidemiologist, lecturer in public health, project manager and project coordinator, to name a few. The examples of work places are research and health care facilities, health screening and preventive health care facilities, health promotion campaign in governmental and non-governmental organizations. Progression Pathway This course will provide ground for further doctoral and subsequent post-doctoral studies in various universities around the world.

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