Master Global Public Health Nutrition - Máster en Nutrición y Salud Pública Global
The MSc in Applied Public Health is an innovative course which provides a relevant and engaging learning experience for anyone whose work includes some responsibility for the determinants of health. The course has been designed to meet the needs of a wide range of professionals working to achieve improvements in health. It aims to provide participants with the opportunity to develop the skills required to meet existing and emerging challenges in public health.
This postgraduate course covers a range of public health disciplines including health improvement, health protection, research methods, healthy settings, media and communication, epidemiology and global, international, national and local issues relating to public health. There is a strong emphasis on appropriate tools and techniques, evidence based approaches and the application of theory to public health practice.
Entry requirements for postgraduate courses vary and you are advised to check below for any specific requirements or with Enquiry Management. Normally the following general entry requirements apply:
Postgraduate Diplomas, Certificates and Conversion Courses:
A recognised British first degree or its equivalent, or a BTEC Higher Diploma/Certificate.
Taught Masters Courses:
A recognised British honours degree to a good standard, or its equivalent:
Applications from all candidates will be considered on their merits and in the light of the nature and scope of the programme or work proposed. Informal enquiries are welcomed and will normally be followed by an initial advisory interview.
Applied Public Health: Planning and Strategies
Applied Public Health in Action
Risk Management in Health Protection
Advanced Needs Assessment (Epidemiology module)
Introduction to Postgraduate Research Methods
Plus one optional module from: Qualitative Methodology for Health & Social Research, Quantitative Methodology for Health & Social Research, Ethics & Governance in Health
Applied Public Health Dissertation
Healthy Settings: Theory, Policy & Practice