Public Health is the study and application of preventing disease and promoting health at the individual, community and population levels. This course involves completing an industry placement as well as a global learning experience with a Laureate partner institution. If you’re interested in learning how you can prevent illness and develop programs and practices that promote better health in your community then this is the right course for you.
Available Online. International students on a student visa must not enrol into any more than a third or 33% online subjects over their course and must study at least one subject that is face to face in each trimester.Please note that due to COVID-19, authorities have provided assurance that exceptions will be made to the usual face-to-face learning requirements.
10 hours per subject, per week – if you study online. International students on a student visa are required to study full time, i.e. the student must complete a minimum of 1.0 EFTSL of study per year.
2 years accelerated option available
3 years full time
Part-time options available
It’s study that suits you, with flexible online delivery taught by leading industry experienced lecturers, to provide you with the knowledge and skills you need to achieve your career goals.
This course is comprised of 24 subjects, this includes 8 core subjects, 8 specialisation core subjects and 8 elective subjects.
Fit everything in with flexible online and on-campus options.
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Before you get started with your course application, check you meet all the requirements listed below.
Applying to Torrens is easy. Pick your start date, decide how you’d like to study, then apply online or give us a call and we’ll do it for you.
The Master of Public health (Advanced) will equip health professionals from a broad range of backgrounds with the knowledge and skills to address public health challenges. Students gain understanding of current global and environmental health issues, health policy, systems and economics, along with social, behavioural and cultural determinants of health.