|University Location||Gold Coast, Queensland|
|Int'l Student Population||8,500|
|Main Campus||Gold Coast|
|Program Campus||Gold Coast / Online|
|Program Duration||2 years|
|Estimated Annual Tuition||$30,500 AUD (2020 fees; subject to increase)|
|Semester Intake||February, July. October|
|Next Available Intake||July 2020|
|Application Deadline||No set deadline*|
The Master of Global Public Health at Griffith University helps you to develop and further your career in public health practice, research and/or management. It allows you to reorient your work interests in health to disease prevention and health promotion and is widely recognized both nationally and internationally as the public health credential for careers in public health.
The program focuses on the socio-ecological model of public health that emphasizes and analyzes the important interactions between the social, biological, economic and environmental determinants of health. They enable you to apply this analytical skill set to plan, implement and evaluate population based interventions that protect and promote health.
The program has a strong focus on global health and provides you with the opportunity to focus your public health studies by selecting from a range of electives in areas such as public health nutrition, health promotion, climate change, international health, environmental health, and health services management.
Completed bachelor’s degree
You must have a suitable bachelor’s degree in a related field (public health; health services management; environmental health; allied health, medicine, nursing, psychology, clinical, research biomedical health and social science).
Those with a suitable postgraduate qualification (master’s, graduate certificate, or graduate diploma) in a related field may be eligible for up to 40 credit points of credit and may be able to complete the program in 1 year. Please contact OzTREKK for more information.
*While there is no set application deadline, you are encouraged to apply at least three months prior to the program start date.