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The online Master of Public Health degree program at the University of Liverpool was created to give students the skills they will need to understand the various disciplines of public health, in both the public and private sector.

Using a global approach, this program's core modules cover topics such as, epidemiology and qualitative research methods, and the application core ideas and principles in implementing ethical practices.

Topics in this program will include the theory and practice of Health Promotion and Health Services and Management.

This program also allows students the opportunity to personalize their education with a number of elective option, such as:

  • Health Impact Assessment
  • Communicable Disease
  • Public Health Nutrition

    These electives are mean to help students to enhance the understanding, and develop additional skills.

    The University of Liverpool is accredited by the Royal Charter, and regulated and monitored by the QAA. All applicants must be at least 23 years of age, and have a Bachelor's degree from an approved college or university in another health-related subject, plus at least two years' professional experience. Appropriate English language skills.

    Accreditation Information

    Quality Assurance Agency for Higher Education - UK

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