Part time Bachelor Degree in Public Health in Lithuania

Compare Part time Bachelor Degrees in Public Health in Lithuania 2017/2018

Public Health

A bachelor is a degree that can be obtained after three to four years of study. Completing a bachelor’s degree may provide graduates with more career opportunities and the chance to earn more money in their lifetime.

Studies in public health explore the health of communities and the people who reside within them. Courses often consider the role of public policy in shaping community health outcomes as well as what can be done to prevent disease and injury.

Lithuania, officially the Republic of Lithuania is a country in Northern Europe, the largest of the three Baltic states. It is situated along the southeastern shore of the Baltic Sea, to the east of Sweden and Denmark. More than 90% of Lithuanians speak at least one foreign language and half of the population speaks two foreign languages, mostly Russian and English.

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Bachelor of Public Health

Lithuanian University of Health Sciences
Campus Part time 4 years September 2018 Lithuania Kaunas

The Food Safety study programme is aimed to prepare the professionals devoted to the application of their skills and knowledge for the protection and improvement of public health through ensuring and enhancing food safety along food production chain and by reducing human exposure to chemical and biological hazards arising from the food consumption. [+]

Bachelor of Public Health - Food Safety 

 

Brief information about programmeType of studies: Bachelor's studiesDuration: 4 yearsDegree: Bachelor of Public Health, Food Safety programmeECTS credits: 240 Curriculum The Food Safety study programme is aimed to prepare the professionals devoted to the application of their skills and knowledge for the protection and improvement of public health through ensuring and enhancing food safety along food production chain and by reducing human exposure to chemical and biological hazards arising from the food consumption.Teaching Methods Coursework is organized into semesters: students have 5-7 subjects every semester. A few compulsory placements must be completed at food-related laboratories, food industry, veterinary services or bodies responsible for safety in the food chain. Evaluation of performance Examinations are taken upon completion of each subject. The studies are completed by a bachelor's thesis defence.Competences you gain Graduates in food safety will have the ability to:... [-]