The Master of International Public Health (Extension) provides you with the advanced knowledge and technical capacities to contribute to disease control, health promotion, health services development and public health research across a wide range of populations and countries. It fosters sophisticated knowledge and skills that can be applied to a broad range of highly complex public health issues in global health.
You will be equipped with specialised professional skills needed for research and professional practice to work globally in health departments, with government and non-government organisations (NGOs), and with international and bilateral aid agencies in both the public and private sectors.
Please note: From 2021 this program will be called the Master of Global Health (Extension).
^ Offshore international students are not eligible for an Australian student visa for part-time study mode.
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Why choose this degree?
You’ll choose this degree if you’d like to contribute to improving public health outcomes in specific and diverse international settings, drawing on a global health perspective. The Master of International Public Health is a sought-after qualification in international health and the extension is evidence of higher-level learning and skills.
Who should choose this degree?
If you’re looking to use your specialised skills to work globally in health, in a broad range of contexts, this is the degree for you.
Degree StructureDegree Handbook
- Disease control
- Health promotion
- Policy formulation
- Governance and management of health programs in global health settings