Mode of Study Information
|MSc Control of Infectious Diseases||√||√|
|MSc Demography & Health||√||√||√|
|MSc Global Mental Health||√|
|MSc Health Policy Planning & Financing||√||√|
|MSc Immunology of Infectious Diseases||√||√|
|MSc Medical Entomology for Disease Control||√||√|
|MSc Medical Microbiology||√||√|
|MSc Medical Parasitology||√||√|
|MSc Medical Statistics||√||√||√|
|MSc Molecular Biology of Infectious Diseases||√||√|
|MSc Nutrition for Global Health||√||√||√|
|MSc Public Health||√||√||√|
|MSc Public Health for Eye Care||√||√|
|MSc Public Health for Development||√||√||√|
|MSc Reproductive & Sexual Health Research||√||√||√|
|MSc Tropical Medicine & International Health||√||√|
|MSc Veterinary Epidemiology||√||√|
Full-time over one year, this involves attending the School five days each week during term-time. Each week will include 30 hours contact time within the School and 10 hours self led study.
Part-time over two years this involves attending the School at least two days each week during term-time). Each week will include 15 hours contact time within the School and 5 hours self led study.
Students taking the course by split study over two years attend full-time for part of Year 1, take a one year break and then undertake the remainder of the course in Year 2. Applicants may request that they split their studies anytime between the Christmas break and the end of the formal teaching in May. The proposed date of the split must be stated on the application form and is subject to the agreement of the Course Director. With split study, both Paper 1 and Paper 2 of the formal exams may be taken at the end of Year 1 or at the end of Year 2 providing the necessary formal teaching has been completed and after discussion and agreement with the relevant Course Director. .