With the Master of Public Health, you will be able to demonstrate a critical awareness of the public health research literature. You'll undertake collaborative research and practice within interdisciplinary and inter-sectoral environments.
To enter the Master of Public Health 240 credits, you will have been awarded or qualified for a bachelor's degree in health sciences.
Graduates of the Master of Public Health make contributions to public health policy development at local and national levels. They contribute to public health knowledge through scholarly inquiry and publication. They also demonstrate competence in planning and conducting research in public health.
Many of our graduates go on to an academic career in teaching and research.
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