Our Mission statement: The Master of Public Health (online) programme aims to equip students with evidence-based conceptual and practical tools, to take a critical interdisciplinary approach to public health challenges.
The programme is structured into course modules for qualifications at Postgraduate Certificate, Diploma and Masters level. This section also has information on course assessment, the programme team and term dates.
Online learning is a way to study for an internationally recognised qualification without needing to attend classes on campus.
You can study for a Postgraduate Certificate, Diploma or Masters degree over a period of one to three years.
A list of courses for this programme in 2019/20.
Each academic year has three terms between September and June.
Fees and scholarships
Find out about the tuition fees for this programme, how to pay your fees and what financial help may be available to you.
A list of all the staff who teach on or support this programme of study.
While you study with us you will be supported by the programme team, and have access to additional support and resources from across the University.
As online learning students you have a lot on your plate already and that is why we want you to know right from the start what your graduation options are.
How to apply
You will need to complete an online application which includes a personal statement, an academic reference, transcripts and other supporting documents.