Start your Masters in Public Health at Wolverhampton
This Master of Public Health award (MPH) is a popular course for UK and international students alike. It is a great next step for those involved in primary or secondary care, health authorities and primary care trusts, nursing and medical professions, health promotion, healthcare research, health management and public health.
What you will study
This Master of Public Health course incorporates a combination of theory and practical study, focusing on:
- Assessing the Health Needs of a Population
- Advanced Research Skills
- Leading Transformation and Change
- Health Protection Health Improvement
- Social Perspectives on Health and Health Policy
- Public Health Epidemiology and Statistics
Students are also required to complete a research dissertation on a topic of their choice.
Master of Public Health: career possibilities
This master’s course opens up a range of career opportunities in the fields of public health, health promotion, health statistics, epidemiology, clinical governance, healthcare research, health technology assessment and public health nursing. Many students go on to work with global organisations such as the World Health Organization and the United Nations.
Study at an outstanding institution
Dating back to the mid-1800s, the University of Wolverhampton is a respected institution, providing excellence in academic teaching combined with modern facilities and a vibrant social environment. Best of all, 94% of our graduates find employment or continue into future education.