Standard entry: A good honours degree in any discipline. Non-standard entry: If you do not have a good honours degree, your programme leader will take into account relevant professional qualifications (e.g. Nursing, Midwifery, Social Work, Youth and Community, Health Promotion, Environmental Health) and experience. You must satisfy the programme team of your ability to study at Masters level by demonstrating appropriate, equivalent skills in the workplace, e.g. responsibility for report writing. Individual assessments of suitability for postgraduate level study will be conducted by the programme team. You may need to submit evidence, e.g. a portfolio of written and other work. This course will only run subject to minimum numbers.
Months of entry
Study for a Masters at Liverpool John Moores University’s renowned Centre for Public Health. This well-established Public Health MSc offers a research-informed learning environment which reflects the latest sector developments.
- Masters degree available to study full time (one year) and part time (two years)
- Develop knowledge and skills aligned to the Public Health Training Curriculum and The Public Health Skills and Career Framework
- Study at LJMU's world renowned Centre for Public Health
- Benefit from the research-led content of this longstanding programme
- Enjoy a flexible approach to study and network with full and part time students from differing backgrounds
- Look forward to career opportunities in local authorities, the health sector, voluntary sector, private sector or research
- Support and guidance for placement learning
- This course will only run subject to minimum numbers
Attracting students from a variety of backgrounds, this course prides itself on its inclusive approach, bringing together different disciplines and enabling you to learn from your peers as well as course tutors.
You will explore population health from a number of perspectives, enhancing your understanding of the people and processes involved in promoting public health and reducing health inequalities.
You will learn how the social determinants of health underpin our theoretical understanding of health and health inequalities.
The course has a flexible approach to learning with full and part time study options available. Many modules are stand-alone CPD courses, helping you to study at your own pace and plan your education around your work and family life.
With an emphasis on guided independent learning, you can expect to attend University two days a week (full time) or one day a week (part time). You can, however, spread your learning over a longer period if required.
On joining the course you will be appointed a personal tutor who will provide academic and pastoral support. You will also have at least one supervisor for the duration of your dissertation module.
Formal Teaching takes place in Tithebarn Street which is part of the city centre campus. This vibrant location offers everything you could possibly need during your studies. Tutorial space is also available in the Henry Cotton building
Information for international students
LJMU will be awarding a range of generous international scholarships for students enrolling at the University in September. Please contact LJMU’s International Team by visiting www.ljmu.ac.uk/study/international-students for more information and advice.
Fees and funding
Please contact the Faculty of Education, Health and Community (Health) for up to date information regarding fees. The Faculty can be contacted by email at firstname.lastname@example.org or telephone 0151 231 5829
Qualification and course duration
Course contact details
- Course Enquiries
- 0151 231 5090