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The MSc Public Health programme, which reflects the broad spectrum of activities that are associated with public health practice, involves both academic and practice components.
During the Masters programme, it is expected that each student will spend around 12-15 days in practice, either in his or her normal place of work or in practice settings that will be arranged by the programme team.
The MSc Public Health degree modules offer coherent full-time and part-time study pathways that enable progression towards eligibility for the award of Postgraduate Diploma in Public Health and entry to the Research Dissertation that leads to the award of Master of Science in Public Health. They also enable students to develop knowledge and skills that are commensurate with safe and effective practice and can provide a platform for career development within the field of public health.
Trimester 1: The Nature and Scope of Public Health Practice (online), Advanced Research Methods (online or class room delivered)
Trimester 2 : Health Protection and Improvement (online), Community Aspirations and Resources (online or class room delivered)
Students wishing to study the MSc Public Health degree should meet the following requirements:
- Hold a degree (Honours level or equivalent) and hold a professional qualification and/or have appropriate experience in relation to public health
- Academic IELTS test with a score of at least 7.0 (no element less than 6.5) or TOEFL with a minimum score of 550 (213 for computer based test).
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