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This course has been designed to provide you with an integrated, coherent and multidisciplinary approach to public health activity. Our MSc Public Health places particular emphasis on advancing your critical awareness and problem solving skills in order to develop innovative, reflective and pro-active approaches to meeting challenging and complex health needs. Examples of our pro-active approach to teaching and learning include; the analysis of contemporary non-communicable health issues such as obesity, diabetes and mental health, as well as those linked with public protection such as infectious disease surveillance and control.
Our MSc Public Health will be delivered by a range of teaching methods such as core lectures, group work, online activities, use of case studies and
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If you do not have a first or second class honours degree but can demonstrate its equivalence in terms of experience relevant to the course, you may be able to access the course as an associate student.
For Academic Year 19/20 only:
Full Time: £7,300
Part Time: £810 per 20 Credit Module
Selecting the right postgraduate course for you is a key decision to make. Whether you would like to enhance your career prospects through our unique MBA, require further qualifications for your chosen career with one of our popular Teacher Training and Education courses, or would simply like to continue to study a subject you love like our specialist Sport and Exercise MA/MSc. At Northampton you’ll find a wide range of subject areas to choose from.Read more
“I came to the MSc Public Health with modules to carry across which the university managed without a problem. I was given support to return to studying the course by Kirsty Mason, as I took a break from study for two years. The MSc Public Health course was very supportive with all lecturers giving excellent feedback and advice so that you could improve. Learning was flexible with a mix of teaching methods and assessment which made for interesting learning. It was a real place of opportunity where the hard work and support from lecturers could lead to great things. The MSc Public Health has given me a love of research and study which enabled me to return to the job market.”
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