Master of Public Health - International Public Health
Our MPH with a specialisation track in International Public Health involves a comprehensive analysis of infectious disease, nutrition, environmental health, health infrastructure, and health project management in an international context, particularly focusing on health issues in low income countries. Intervention strategies which cover worldwide health needs are also explored. Modules include Qualitative Methods for Public Health Research, Management of Health systems, and Public Health Issues in Low Income Countries.
|Accreditation||The University of Liverpool is accredited as an educational institution by Royal Charter. All UK universities are regulated and monitored by a government body, the QAA. |
|Requirements||Bachelors degree from an accredited college or university or a degree from a recognized institution comparable and/or equivalent to a British Honours degree and two years relevant professional experience. Appropriate English language skills. |
|Delivery Format||Entirely Online |
|Education Level||Master |