*From September 2018 our Master of Public Health is being redeveloped to meet the requirements of the recent changes in the public health landscape. Want to find out what we’re doing? Find out more now.
If you want to join the current online Master of Public Health in May 2018, you will be able to transfer any credits gained onto the new Master of Public Health course in September 2018 (*subject to the new Master of Public Health being successfully validated).
This Master of Public Health course aims to help you become a public health practitioner who can lead, develop and evaluate public health developments in multi-disciplinary environments through developing the skills, knowledge and competence needed for you to work in this diverse, challenging and changing sector.
Suitable for a wide range of public, environmental health and health care professionals, this course is ideal for anyone working within a multi-disciplinary role, including:
- health care
- environmental health
- health visitors
- general practitioners and doctors
Throughout the course you will be able to understand and evaluate the wider determinants of health and will learn how to critically evaluate a range of interventions and determents that will enable you to prevent or mitigate stressors that affect human health to ultimately reduce health inequalities.
If you are already working within, or aspiring to work within public health and are looking to improve your practical skills base and broaden your knowledge, this course will give you the ability to learn with a holistic approach that will provide you with more autonomy and expertise in public health practice.
Visit our website where you can try this course for free! Our course taster allows you to access a selection of content from a module within this course and experience online learning first hand.
We would encourage you to complete the full MSc, but if you aren’t able to, you can still gain awards along the way.
• Postgraduate Certificate (PG Cert) by completing 3 modules (60 credits)
• Postgraduate Diploma (PG Dip) by completing 6 modules (120 credits)
• MSc by completing 6 modules (120 credits) and the Independent Study