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Public Health

Anglia Ruskin University
Chelmsford, Great Britain
On campus
 2483 Points
3 Years

Program Description

By studying BSc (Hons) Public Health at ARU, you’ll gain practical skills and the confidence to work collaboratively in groups. As a student here, you’ll take part in simulated scenarios and community-based research, as well as creating reports, presentations and demonstrations to present to panels and judges.

Back in the classroom you’ll gain the research and analytical skills to interpret data. When you graduate you’ll be equipped to use evidence to help plan and implement health solutions for individuals and communities and to develop effective health policies. You’ll also be aware of important issues like health inequalities and social justice, be familiar with health needs assessment and data analysis tools, and have developed effective communication skills.

• Tuition fees for students who have citizens' rights after Brexit: £9,250/year

Entry Requirements

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Year 1

Practitioner in Public Health

Human Systems and Disease

Promoting Health and Wellbeing

Understanding Epidemiology

Year 2

Global Health and Sustainability

Data Analysis in Public Health Research

Health Communication

Healthcare Systems

Ruskin Module

Year 3

Driving Change in Population Health

Responsive Public Health Practitioner

Engagement in the Public Health Community

Strategies to Enhance Health


You could go into health-related research or you might like to work as a:

  • public health practitioner
  • youth worker
  • drug and alcohol worker
  • public health information officer or analyst
  • health improvement practitioner
  • health protection practitioner
  • sexual health advisor
  • smoking cessation co-ordinator
  • community development or outreach worker
  • health communications officer

While studying at ARU, you’ll gain skills and knowledge that will be relevant in:

  • local government
  • the NHS
  • education
  • consultancy
  • the not-for-profit sector
  • international agencies like the World Health Organization or UNICEF

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