By studying for the Bachelor in Public Health (with Foundation Year) (BSc) at Anglia Ruskin University (Chelmsford), you’ll gain practical skills and confidence to work collaboratively.
From interviewing students about drug and alcohol addiction to creating a campaign about exercise and nutrition in a poor area of the UK, to writing a report to inform the government about a rare disease in a developing country – the diverse nature of public health means that no two days are the same.
Through Bachelor in Public Health (with Foundation Year) (BSc), you’ll take part in simulated scenarios and community-based research, as well as create reports, presentations, and demonstrations to present to panels and judges.
You’ll gain research and analytical skills to interpret data. When you graduate you’ll be equipped to use evidence to plan and implement health solutions for individuals and communities and to develop effective health policies. You’ll also know relevant issues like health inequalities and social justice. You'll be familiar with health needs assessment and data analysis tools and have developed effective communication skills.