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Public Policy and Global Health PGDip

Course Description

The PGDip in Public Policy and Global Health examines public policy, health and inequality issues and locates these discussions within a wider health systems context.

Course structure

There are no optional modules, in 2015 the qualification comprised the following modules:
-Global Health Issues and Governance (15 credits)
-Public Policy, Health and Health Inequalities (15 credits)
-Health Systems Analysis and Comparison (15 credits)
-The Dynamics of Evidence Informed Policy (15 credits)
-Gender, Sex, Health and Politics (15 credits)
-Qualitative Methods Applied to Policy and Health Research (15 credits)
-Epidemiology and Statistics (15 credits)
-Placement in Public Policy and Global Health (15 credits)

Visit the Public Policy and Global Health PGDip page on the Durham University website for more details!

Entry Requirements

A good second class Honours degree (typically 2:1 Honours) or international equivalent OR professional qualification or three years relevant work-based experience. A pass in Mathematics (Grade C or above at GCSE level, or equivalent). Applicants without a degree will be required to demonstrate sufficient academic capability to satisfactorily complete this degree. Strong Personal Statement.

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