The Master of International Public Health and Master of Public Health is a double degree that provides essential knowledge for those pursuing a public health career internationally in health departments, with non-government organisations (NGOs), and with international and bilateral aid agencies. The Master of Public Health is widely recognised as essential if you want to work in population health and the Master of International Public Health is a sought-after qualification relevant to international health priorities and settings. Combined, these programs provide you with the deep understanding required for a career in international public health, including health promotion, primary health care, policy formulation, research and management of health programs.
You can specialise in: Public Health, Ageing and Health, Infectious Diseases Control, International Health, Health Promotion, Primary Health Care, Aboriginal Health & Wellbeing, Health Economic Evaluation, Epidemiology, Social Research or Public Security.
Please note: From 2021 this program will be called the Master of Global Health/Master of Public Health.