The Bachelor of International Public Health (BIPH) offers a unique fully online experience delivered through the ground-breaking PLuS Alliance partnership between UNSW Sydney, Arizona State University (ASU) and Kings College London. BIPH students address global health issues in a dynamic online environment for joining a workforce that increasingly operates across cultures and borders. The program has been designed to strengthen the international public health workforce and as a direct pathway into a public health career.
The BIPH prepares students for approaches to emerging global and public health issues, including basic medical sciences, public health surveillance, health promotion, communicable and non-communicable diseases, environmental health, and global health systems. Students complete a digital portfolio throughout their program that provides an e-passport for their future career as well as undertaking a major capstone project in their final year with opportunity for an immersive field placement in a local or international organisation.
Why choose this degree?
The BIPH is available fully online which allows students to study by distance from anywhere in the world. It provides personalised, flexible learning and offers the opportunity for engaging in a dynamic international community of students from around the globe while qualifying in a public health degree that can be applied in a range of local and international career contexts.
Who should choose this degree?
The BIPH is open to domestic and international students, either school leavers or mature age entrants, and is designed for those who are interested in rewarding international opportunities in the health sector particularly in public health, health administration and health management
- International Public Health
Degree StructureDegree Handbook
- Public health officer
- Health promotion officer
- Policy officer
- Non-government health officer
- Research assistant
- International development advocate
- Community health officer
Accreditation / Professional Recognition
Council on Education for Public Health (USA); it is consistent with recommendations of Council of Academic Public Health Institutions in Australia (CAPHIA)