Months of entry
The burden of chronic disease in our society is growing, and innovative methods and highly trained individuals are needed to successfully tackle the problem from all sides. This vocational degree provides you with the opportunity to enhance your skills, knowledge and understanding of facilitating, managing and supporting behaviour change at individual, group and population levels.
There's a need in a range of public health settings- including clinical, healthcare, social care and public health departments - for highly skilled, autonomous and analytical employees that specialise in the prevention, assessment and management of chronic diseases.
This degree aims to expand your research expertise, helping you to obtain a Public Health Skills and Knowledge Framework Passport, and enhancing your ability to tackle chronic disease in individuals and through public bodies.
This Master's programme is ideal if you're looking to progress your current career and provides the vital skills and experience necessary to embark on a career working with individuals and groups to tackle chronic disease.
Information for international students
Fees and funding
For information about fees - along with information about financing your studies - please check the Fees & Funding section of our website.
Qualification and course duration
Course contact details
- Dr Anne Majumdar
- 020 8240 4073