Macquarie University

Master of Public Health (Research)

Macquarie University

Type of institution: University/Higher Education Institution
Level: Postgraduate
CRICOS: 00002J

Community and health services is a constantly evolving field that responds to the needs of populations in Australia and around the world. It’s also the fastest growing job sector in Australia, and globally there is strong demand for public health professionals.The interdisciplinary and future-focused Master of Public Health (Research) will not only prepare you for a dynamic career dedicated to preventing disease, promoting health and addressing health-related issues in our globalised world, it will also develop your research skills. As a graduate, you’ll demonstrate advanced skills in problem definition, project design and evaluation, decision processes, analysis, management of time and resources, and project coordination. You’ll also acquire the ability to communicate information to professional and lay audiences, in oral and written form, all within the context of your chosen area of research specialisation.


160 credit points.


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Standard entry requirements

AQF level 7 bachelor's qualification in a related field or recognised equivalent with a WAM of +65, orAQF level 7 bachelor's qualification with a WAM of +75, orAQF level 7 bachelor's qualification with two years or more cognate work experience, orApproved informal and/or non-formal prior learning which may include 8+ years cognate work experience (and must be in accordance with the University's Recognition of Prior Learning Policy and Admissions (Coursework) Policy)

Study information

CampusFeesEntryMid year intakeAttendance
Macquarie Park Domestic: $58,600
International: $75,000
  • Full-time : 2 years

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