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MSc Public Health - Health Promotion in Nepal

MSc Public Health - Health Promotion

This course develops the theoretical knowledge and practical skills needed to promote and protect public health and wellbeing. Focusing on the social determinants of health, you will be equipped to fulfill a variety of roles in health promotion and public health, private health services or the voluntary sector.

 

We focus on how people and communities can empower themselves to improve their health, and how public policy can create healthier societies and places. You will also investigate the psychology of behaviour change, together with how people learn about health. The research strand will enable you to critically appraise evidence and develop research skills.

 

Awarded by:

Leeds Beckett University
(Subject to approval by MoE)

 

Award Title: MSc Public Health-Health Promotion

 

Awarding Institution: Leeds Beckett University

 

Teaching Institution: The British College

 

Duration: Two years, four semesters (including the one semester pre-masters)

 

Entry: January

You will have the skills to commission, as well as to design, plan, implement and evaluate health promotion interventions. Students can apply for  positions as health promotion specialists, public health consultants, public health service managers, researchers, lecturers and generally wherever there is a health and wellbeing role at policy, planning and management levels.

 

We can help you make decisions on your career and recognise and develop your employability skills.

A Bachelors degree (or equivalent)
Language: IELTS 6 (or equivalent) with no skill below 5.5

OR

A pass in TBC’s Pre-Masters degree (Students meeting university entry criteria can join directly to the university programme.)

PRE-MASTERS PROGRAMME

The Pre-masters programme is structured as follows and is made up from two core modules and one pathway module. 

Core Modules:
Study Skills for Postgraduate Study 20 credits
Academic English 20 credits
Pathway Specific Module
Public Health and Policies 20 credits

UNIVERSITY PROGRAMME

Phase I:
Foundations of Public Health & Health Promotion 20 credits
Health Communication 20 credits
People, Power & Cmmunities 20 credits
Phase II:
Policy for Health in the Twenty First Century 20 credits
Professional Practice 20 credits
Research Methods for Health & Wellbeing 20 credits
Phase III:
Dissertation/Maters Project 40 credits

(Please note this list is not exhaustive and modules may change from time to time.) 

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