Higher Education Level 6
- BSc Applied Practice (Health and Social Care)
- Public health modules at Higher Education level 6 are offered within the Faculty's Undergraduate CPD programme, BSc Applied Practice (Health and Social Care) These can be taken as stand alone, combined as three modules to make up an award such as Graduate Certificate Public Health, or six modules can 'top up' your Diploma in Higher Education to give you a BSc degree. These modules include:
- Mental Health Promotion
- Physical Activity and Health
- Principles of Epidemiology
- Health and Work
- Sex and Relationships Education
- Substance Misuse and Health
We strongly advise practitioners who have had a break from university academic writing, to undertake the Academic Development module.
The BSc Applied Practice (Health and Social Care) sits within the Centre for Work-Based Learning and Continuing Development. To find out more, please visit the Centre's web pages.
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Higher Education level 7
- Postgraduate Certificate/Diploma/MSc Public Health
- Postgraduate public health modules at Higher Education level 7 are offered within this programme. These can be taken as stand alone, combined as three modules to make up an award Postgraduate Certificate Public Health, six modules to make up the award of Postgraduate Diploma Public Health, or the addition of the dissertation will lead to the award of MSc Public Health. The modules are:
- Promoting Health and Wellbeing
- Research Methods
- Principles of Public Health
- Essentials of Epidemiology
- Social Aspects of Health
- Community Development
- Global Public Health
These are advanced academic modules. If you are considering taking these as stand alone and have no prior university level study in these subjects, you are strongly advised to undertake a Higher Education level 6 module first.