The University of Notre Dame Australia

Master of Public and Environmentally Sustainable Health

The University of Notre Dame Australia

Type of institution: University/Higher Education Institution
Level: Postgraduate
CRICOS: 01032F

The Master of Public and Environmentally Sustainable Health equips graduates with the specialised knowledge, skills and attributes to examine and improve the health outcomes of populations. Graduates will be able to describe and analyse health issues, develop ethical, evidence-based solutions and plan and deliver a range of public health interventions to effect necessary change. The program examines how climate change, environmental degradation and biodiversity loss present new, accelerating challenges to human health and health systems, including the emergence of new patterns of disease. Learners will critically appraise the provision of environmentally sustainable health care and become informed advocates for strategic interventions addressing the health effects of climate change and environmental degradation. The program prepares graduates to become involved in system level change within society to tackle contemporary issues affecting the health of populations.

Structure

12 compulsory courses

Subjects

  • Health

Standard entry requirements

Possession of a recognised three- or four-year Bachelor

Study information

CampusFeesEntryMid year intakeAttendance
Fremantle
  • ATAR: The admission requirements at Notre Dame are based on a selection rank which includes your academic results, unique experiences, interests and contributions to the society.
Yes
  • Full-time : 1.5 years
  • Part-time : 7 years
Sydney
  • ATAR: The admission requirements at Notre Dame are based on a selection rank which includes your academic results, unique experiences, interests and contributions to the society.
Yes
  • Full-time : 1.5 years
  • Part-time : 7 years

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