Application Reference EU Code: 12.7
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Duration (in semesters): 8 (Ph.D)/ 4 (M.Phil.)
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Structure and content:
Ph.D. This is a 3-year (full-time) post-MPhil programme. Students must complete 6 semesters of Research Work (Thesis), 6 Advanced Research Seminars, and an Oral examination at the end of the programme. It may include 24 credit hours of taught modules from the modules listed in the M.Phil. programme as needed to undertake research work.
M.Phil. Master of Philosophy (M.Phil.) in Public Health is a 4-semester programme of 60 credit hours altogether, including a minimum of 24 credit hours of taught courses with specialization in Biological Basis of Public, Environmental and Occupational Health, Epidemiology and Biostatistics, Health Services Administration and Management, Population, Family and Reproductive Health and Social and Behavioral Sciences. Core modules include: Advanced Statistics; Research Methods, Ethics of Research and Clinical Trials in Developing Countries; Epidemiology; Special Topics either in Family Health, Social Behavioral Sciences or Biological Issues in Public Health and Seminar Presentation I. Elective modules include: Occupational Health, Environmental Science, Global Health Issues, Infection and Immunity, Advanced Biostatistics, Advanced Epidemiology, Health Information System, Global Burden of Disease, Advanced Health Policy and Planning, Health Systems Research, Health Systems Development and Management Economics of Health Systems, Principles of Populations and Reproductive Health, Adolescence and Adolescence Health, Maternal and Child Health Policies, Legislations and Programmes, Issues and Fertility, Morbidity and Mortality among women in Fertility Age Bracket, Research Priorities in Population Family and Reproductive Health, Social Science theories in Public Health Practices and Research, The Political Economy of Health and Health Care, Health and Development in the Third World, Plural Medical Systems in the Third World and Social Science Methods and Health Systems Research. Elective modules include a set of 'special electives' which consist of special tutorial courses, which will allow one or two students to attach themselves to a senior member in a specific department whose area of specialisation is of particular interest to them. Year 2 comprises of Seminar Presentation II of 3 credits and 30 credits for Thesis. Research Area of special interest: Applied Epidemiology and disease control (Ph.D. and M.Phil.)
Recognition and accreditation obtained:
- Doctor of Philosophy Degree in Public Health [Act of Parliament ACT 79 (1961), National Accreditation Board]
- Master of Philosophy in Public Health [Act of Parliament ACT 79 (1961), National Accreditation Board]