BSc (Hons) Public Health & Health Promotion
This innovative course will prepare you to gain the real-life knowledge and skills needed to promote the health and wellness of individuals and communities.
Course duration: 4 Years with Foundation
Study mode: Full-time
Intake: Start date to be confirmed
Course level: 6
Award: BSc (Hons) Degree
On this course, students will learn about the major determinants of individuals and communities health and gain the great knowledge and skills necessary to plan, deliver and evaluate innovative health promotion interventions.
Key topic areas will include determinants of health, surveillance and assessment of the population’s health and wellbeing, assessing the evidence of effectiveness of interventions, programmes and services along with leadership and collaborative working.
History of Public Health
Key Concepts in Public Health
Politics, The Media and Public Health
Public Health, Health and Social Care Systems in the UK
Lifelong Learning for Public Health
Finding and Understanding Public Health Evidence
Determinants of Health and Wellbeing
Health and Wellbeing across the Lifecourse
Measuring Individual Health and Wellbeing
Politics and Advocacy in Public Health
Assessing Population Health
Health Protection, Systems and Emergencies
Health Promotion in Action
Public Mental Health and Wellbeing
Mass Media Health Communication
Introduction to Research Methods and Methodologies for Public Health
Designing, Delivering, Monitoring and Evaluating Public Health Interventions
Promoting and Developing Healthy Public Policy
The course will use a variety of teaching and learning styles that includes traditional face-to-face and online distance learning.
There is a variety of assessment tools employed through the course, supported by the general principle of mixed mode formative and summative assessments. These include: group presentations, practical reports and reviews, online discussions and essays.
Transferable skills have been embedded in the learning outcomes of the course modules. It includes formative assessment, so that students can test and assess their own performance before handing in or presenting work.
The BSc includes a practice-based project based on the student’s own area of practice.
Application based on previous qualifications:
If you are applying based on your previous qualifications, you will usually have achieved a minimum of 90 credits from a Level 3 qualification such as A Levels or BTECs.
Mature learner 21+:
If you are applying as a mature learner (aged 21+) and do not have the above qualifications, you can apply via our partner's assessment based entry and they will consider your prior experiences (work, voluntary, life and other experiences) that are relevant to the course.
The following will be required to complete:
1. Provide a Personal Statement
2. English Language Test (with a minimum 70% score, equivalent to IELTS 6.0)
3. Maths Test (Score 50%)
4. Complete a SAPE Assessment (Screening for Accreditation of Prior Experience)
5. Applicants will also be invited to attend an Interview.
This course has been designed for those planning to work in the health promotion and public health arena, as well as individuals who have a public health and health promotion remit within their current role.
Graduates will have the experience and skills to seek employment with:
Media relations or the WHO
Career pathways associated with this Public Health and Health Promotion degree include:
Environmental Health Practitioner
Health and Safety Adviser
Health Improvement Practitioner
Disclaimer: The jobs and career pathways associated with this course are merely an example of possible opportunities that anyone following this course could potentially go towards. Career Tree and the university partners do not guarantee these careers after completing this course.