This programme will prepare you for a challenging rewarding career to improve the health of individuals and communities. You will develop essential skills in epidemiology, quantitative and qualitative research methods, medical statistics and health improvement and in devising effective public health programmes.
We offer pathways in intelligence, global health and nutrition, to equip you for professional practice in these specialisms.
We draw on the professional experience from academic researchers and practitioners from across the University, including medicine, social sciences, demography, geography and law. Accreditation: International Union for Health Promotion and Education (MSc PH) and UK association for Nutrition (MSc PH(N)). Available full-and part-time and as a PG Dip and PG Cert.
Core modules: Epidemiology; Medical Statistics and Qualitative Methods for Public Health; Enabling Change for Health Improvement; Development and Implementation of Policies and Strategies Public health programme: Advanced Statistical Methods for Epidemiology; Communicable Disease Control; Developing Public Health Practice; Food Systems; Health Care Organisation and Evaluation; Health Economics; Population, Poverty and Policy; Public Health, Law and Ethics
Nutrition pathway: Assessment of Nutritional Status; Food Systems; Nutrition in Harsh Environments
Intelligence pathway: Core skills in Geographical Information Systems (GIS); GIS for Analysis of Health; GIS for Healthcare Management
Global Health pathway: Critical Issues in Global Health: Concepts and Case Studies; Demographic Methods 1; Methods and Analysis of Global Health Trends and Differentials
Second-class honours degree, or equivalent undergraduate degree from an approved university, or relevant professional experience in nutrition, dietetics or other biomedical or health sciences ; English language: IELTS 7.0 or equivalent for speakers of other languages.
Recipient: University of Southampton
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