Online Public Health and Health Promotion MSc
About Brunel University London
Established in 1966, and providing academic excellence for over 50 years, Brunel University London is ranked among the top third of universities worldwide (QS World University Rankings 2019). We are also proud to be 35th in the world for international outlook (Times Higher Education World University Rankings 2019). Our aim is to equip you for the world of work and to address society’s challenges on a global scale.
Public Health and Health Promotion MSc
The online Public Health and Health Promotion MSc programme is designed to equip graduates with the multidisciplinary knowledge to successfully negotiate the challenges and complexities of a career in the health industry. During the course of your studies, you’ll develop advanced academic and research skills, and build a critical understanding of health policy, global public health issues, and their wider sociological and political implications.
Upon graduating, you will possess advanced academic and research skills along with a critical understanding of health policy, global public health, and how these relate to politics, psychology, and sociology.
Brunel University London delivers online programmes to students and professionals worldwide. We’ll empower you to deliver a positive, immediate, and lasting impact - whatever your professional ambition.
Engaging study materials:
Your resources will include video lectures, case studies, class forums and podcasts.
Support and guidance:
Your dedicated programme tutor will guide your academic development from day one.
Your virtual campus:
Study from any location and build connections with like-minded professionals worldwide.
The acquisition of transferable and employability skills is built into the Public Health and Health Promotion MSc. Graduates of the programme develop the skills and knowledge required to pursue an impactful career in global health promotion and public health. This course is particularly beneficial to professionals around the world who are currently working in health and social care, local government, education, and the voluntary sector.
- A 2:2 (or above) UK Honours degree, or equivalent internationally-recognised qualification in a subject such as health promotion, public health, allied health, health-related studies, social sciences, biosciences, sport science, and environmental health.