Increasing inequalities continue to challenge quality of life and life expectancy improvements across the world. An ageing population, increased chronic disease burden, migration, environmental damage and climate change continue to highlight the need for an international workforce to take forward the public health agenda.
Glasgow Caledonian University's Master of Public Health aims to prevent disease, promote health, and protect the health and well-being of the public through education, research and public health practice and service.
Advanced Research Methods; The Principles and Theory of Public Health Practice; Epidemiology: Principles, Application and Evaluation in Practice; Social Action Approaches in Public Health; Health Economics; Applied Statistics and Data Analysis for Public Health; Master Dissertation.
You can exit at different stages with a PgDip or a PgCert.
UK 2:2 honours degree or equivalent within a relevant field, such as but not limited to: Medicine, Nursing, Dentistry, Allied Health Professions, Microbiology and Chemistry. If you can demonstrate experience or previous learning you will also be considered by submitting a Recognition of Prior Learning Application.
School of Health and Life Sciences
Nursing and Community Health