BSc Public Health

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  • Objectives
    Strengthening the public health workforce to ensure it has sufficient capacity and capability is vital to improvements in health and wellbeing in the future. The University of the West of England (UWE) has a Department of Health-funded national leadership role in developing capacity and capability in public health through the Public Health Teaching Networks for England. UWE has a strong reputation for its MSc Public Health provision both nationally and internationally and is in a very good position to provide you with a first rate student experience as an undergraduate of public health.
  • Entry requirements
    Entry requirements GCSE: 5 subjects at Grade C or above including Maths and English (or equivalents) Tariff points range: 160-200 Access: QAA recognised Access to Higher Education certificate awarded by an Authorised Validating Agency - 45 Level 3 credits
  • Academic title
    BSc Public Health
  • Course description

    The programme is arranged using a modular structure and common subject areas include biological sciences, sociology and psychology. Study themes running through the programme include:

        * Introduction to Public Health
        * Culture, Identity and Place
        * Foundations of Psychology and Social Sciences
        * Communication
        * Collaborative Working
        * Introduction to Evidence and Research in Practice
        * Biology of Health and Disease
        * Living and working in a Diverse World
        * Leadership and Change
        * Public Health and Health Promotion
        * Evidence based Public Health
        * Introduction of Epidemiology
        * Dissertation

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