The Graduate Diploma in Public Health develops skills in: understanding public health issues and strategies; interpreting health information; epidemiology; quantitative and qualitative research methodologies; evidence-based practice; designing and evaluating public health interventions aimed at prevention, protection and promotion of health in the community.
Unique features of the course include learning from acclaimed research and public health experts and the choice of specialist electives from any stream: public health practice, Indigenous health and global health.
2019 Modes of Study
Internal Mode- on offer at CDU Casuarina Campus for:
Semester 1 - PHM516 Indigenous Health, PHM526 Research Design, PHM552 Epidemiology, PHM592 Global Health,
Semester 2 - PHM527 Health Research Skills, PHM553 Biostatistics, PHM559 Health Policy, PHM588 Qualitative Research Methods
External Mode - (without intensives) for all PHM units delivered through Charles Darwin University’s online learning environment ‘Learnline’.
On completion, students qualify for admission to the Master of Public Health.
Please note that this course requires a high level of academic reading and writing. Students who are not confident with their academic literacy skills are encouraged to develop them prior to enrolling.
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