Course information Public Health is a growing concern with issues such as obesity and other complex conditions requiring a need for education and specialist training across the health sector. The MPH Global Public Health offers a foundation in public health training and exposure to global health analysis, policies, systems and practices. We have designed this course for health professionals looking to develop a career in public health and epidemiology. You will focus on global public health issues guided by the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), set by the United Nations General Assembly in 2015:
- Reproductive, maternal, new-born and child health
- Infectious diseases
- Noncommunicable diseases (NCDs) and mental health
- Injuries and violence
- Universal health coverage (UHC) and health systems
- Environmental risks
- Health risks and disease outbreaks
- Learn vital skills - Equips you with skills for planning, managing and evaluating health services for disease prevention, health protection and health promotion.
- Prepare for examinations - Covers many of the areas necessary for sitting Part A of the Faculty of Public Health examination.
- Flexible course - Our course has a part-time option to help you fit studying around your work.
- Expert academics - Our teaching team consists of professors and readers in epidemiology, public health, sociology, health promotion and mental health.
Please see www.mmu.ac.uk/study/postgraduate/course/global-public-health/#entry-requirements for details.
Fees and funding
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