Public health refers to organised efforts to prevent disease, promote health and reduce health inequalities in entire populations.
A postgraduate public health degree is recognised worldwide as being invaluable for a career in public health.
- Acquire skills in planning, implementation and evaluation of public health programs
- Studying public health offers flexibility, with a wide range of electives, providing the opportunity to specialise in a particular field of public health
- UTS utilises a combination of face-to-face teaching, including block days, and online educational delivery
- Academic staff are highly experienced clinicians and researchers, and recognised as leaders in their chosen fields of public health
UTS Public Health courses are intended for both non-medical and medically qualified students interested in a career in public or global health, research or practice.
Master of Public Health (Advanced)
Master of Public Health
Graduate Diploma in Public Health
Graduate Certificate in Public Health
Graduate Certificate in Diabetes and Education Management
Graduate Certificate in Human Fertility and Assisted Reproduction
Doctor of Philosophy
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