Master of Public Health
Gain the knowledge and expertise on current global and environmental health issues and be a leader of change.
|Duration:||1.5 years (full-time), 1 year (accelerated)|
|Starting in:||February, May, September|
|Tuition Fee:||AUD 35,700|
|Location:||Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane, Adelaide, Online|
The Master of Public Health will equip health professionals with the knowledge and skills to address public health challenges. Students will gain an understanding of current global and environmental health issues, health policy, systems, and economics, along with social, behavioural and cultural determinants of health.
Learn the strategies and techniques to prevent disease and promote health on a global scale. This course will develop you into a leader who can drive innovation behind public health and solve complex issues on an international scale. Our Master of Public Health has two other qualifications built into it which means when you finish four subjects, you will be awarded a Graduate Certificate or finish eight subjects, and be awarded with a Graduate Diploma.
- Create awareness to public health challenges
- Analyse financial, legal and economic health policies
- Apply intervention strategies to control diseases among human populations
- Identify and describe environmental risk factors that affect communities or population
“My parents always told me it’s a big wide world out there, we are not the only ones, so I look for opportunities where I can help other people. In the west we live in a real bubble, we have access to so many opportunities for health, education and wealth, even more so as women. I have opportunities to share what I have with others who have less.”
Jacinta Knell // Current Student Master of Public Health