Online Chat Opportunity –
Dr Krish Nirantharakumar, Public Health programme lead, will be on hand to answer any questions you have about the programme. Just click on the link below, create a username and password and then login at the specified time to start chatting.
Wednesday 24th June, 11.00am -12.00pm GMT+1, Public Health Online Chat
The aim of this programme is to provide students with an enhanced preparation for continuing academic study or Part A of the Membership of the Faculty of Public Health (UK) examination. A wider range of skills and expertise than can be covered in the standard MPH is often requested by employers and individuals who want to be knowledgeable about a wider range of topic areas.
This programme provides a broader version of the current MPH programme. To acquire and MPH (SEAL), students need to complete 170 credits of taught modules and complete a 60 credit dissertation, as opposed to the usual 120 credits of taught modules. By being formally assessed and accredited in more modules, the MPH (SEAL) allows students to demonstrate their wider competency range.
We also offer the following Public Health programmes:
The Masters in Public Health, designed to provide academic training to professionals currently working in, or who wish to work in, the public health field, students attend compulsory modules then choose from a wide range of approved modules.
The MPH (Health Technology Assessment) is a strand of the Masters in Public Health (MPH) programme for those students who wish to specialise in public health with health technology assessment. The MPH (HTA) is an exit qualification from the MPH programme.
The MPH (International) programme. This course aimed at professionals already working in low- and middle-income countries or those aiming in the future to work in health care in such setting. It builds upon the well-established and successful Masters in Public Health.
Course fact file
Type of Course: Continuing professional development, taught
Study Options: Full time, part time
Duration: 1 year full-time, 2 years part-time or up to 5 years by credit accumulation