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Masters in Public Health - 1 year Full time / 3 year Part time
Imagine if you could be part of a workforce that helped advance healthcare systems, or helped to improve the health of whole communities. What if you could work within a team to help reduce inequalities in health distribution as well as playing a pivotal role in health promotion and screening? WMS want to help you achieve just that.
At Warwick Medical School they take healthcare and education seriously; and although they can’t offer you a perfect world, WMS can offer you the support of a University that really cares.
The Public Health Masters is available to study part-time or full-time, and can be taken as a Postgraduate Certificate, a Postgraduate Diploma or a full Masters. Modules can also be taken as stand-alone Postgraduate Awards.
The course covers numerous key topics including:
- Health Screening
- International Health Policy
- Epidemiology and Statistics
- Sociology of Health, Health Policy and the Social Determinants of Health
- Public Mental Health and Well-being
- Introduction to Management in Health Service Organisations
This course will welcome applications from graduates with a good honours degree, or equivalent qualification, in an appropriate subject. WMS also consider candidates with a minimum of three years work experience in a relevant role.
Warwick Medical School is part of The University of Warwick, a top ten University based in the heart of the UK. It has the largest graduate-entry medicine programme and offers a range of Postgraduate and short professional development courses. Research...