A perfect place to start postgraduate study. Some students, particularly those already working in the health sector, may wish to obtain a postgraduate qualification in public health but do not wish to undertake a diploma or master's qualification. The postgraduate certificate provides such students with an appropriate qualification.
The structure of the programme allows you to undertake specific endorsed areas of study to complement your areas of interest or work expertise.
The Postgraduate Diploma in Public Health (DPH) is a broad-based qualification which is highly sought after by a range of employers.
It is relevant and practical, with graduates being able to identify and understand public health issues, and—depending on which optional papers are taken—gain the skills to analyse and use health data, design appropriate health promotion strategies, plan and evaluate public health interventions, work collaboratively with professionals and the community, appreciate resource allocation and cost issues in health, and uphold ethical standards.
The Master of Public Health (MPH) is a supervised degree which enables students to work in close association with active researchers.
You will have the opportunity to research a major public health problem, from the development of your research project through to the interpreting and reporting of your results.
A PhD in Public Health offers you the opportunity to be part of a vibrant community. The possible topics for PhD study are numerous and diverse.
You are welcome and encouraged to contact one of our campuses to discuss possible PhD opportunities.
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