Masters in Public Health (MPH)
- Reproductive & Child Health
- Hospital Management
- Public Health Nutrition
- Environmental Health
- Health Behavior & Change Communication
- Communicable Disease Control
- Health Management & Development
- Health Management Information System
- Non-Communicable Disease Control
Introduction to MPH Programme:
The social, economic and cultural dimensions of health and population are a major focus of both governments and non-governmental organizations (NGOs) in Bangladesh and in other developing countries. It is now increasingly being recognized that there is a need for professionals who are well trained in the multi-faceted complex interactions of social, economic and cultural factors affecting health and population, such as plateauing fertility rates, inadequate health services coverage, the ongoing epidemiological transition from infectious to chronic diseases, and emerging public health issues such as HIV-AIDS Malnutrition, Disaster, Environment Health problem and Arsenic contamination of water supplies. There is however a critical shortage of such professionals in these countries. This increased demand for such personnel comes at a time where funding for this kind of education abroad (United States, Europe, Australia/New Zealand, Asia) is extremely limited and will continue to be so in the future. Thus there exists a window of opportunity for in-country training of high quality at the master’s level in Public Health, which focuses on social economic and cultural dimensions of health and population.
Leading University is pleased to offer the following post-graduate program leading to the Master of Public Health (M.P.H.). This program will create facilities in higher study for Doctors, Nurses and Non medical health professionals. Highly qualified teachers having PhD, M Phil and MPH degree from renowned universities from home and abroad.
Among the overall educational objectives for all graduates of the School is the development of individual competence and improved skills, particularly in (1) recognizing and defining public health problems, setting priorities, and using scientific approaches to problem solving; (2) accumulating appropriate data information, analyzing and interpreting findings, and assessing relevance and validity; and (3) communicating effectively with colleagues and a variety of groups involved in delivering health services. (4) To build up capacity and to prepare individual to become public health practitioner, thinker, researcher and so on.
MBBS/BDS/B.Sc. Nursing or equivalent degree or Masters in any discipline of pure science, applied science or social science having considerable experience in biological/ health science. Duration of the program is 16 months and total credit hour is 51.
|Tuition and Other Frees: MPH||Credit||Taka|
|(One time) Tuition Fees||2100X51||107,100/-|