Programme Structure

Our degree programmes are made up of modules. Depending on the qualification you are studying for you must study the following numbers of credits:

  • Masters: 180 credits
  • Postgraduate diploma: 120 credits
  • Postgraduate certificate: 60 credits

Depending which programme you are studying, you will have to study particular modules. Details of which modules make up your programme are available on the programme webpages:

Masters of Public Health
MPH (Health Services Research)
MPH (Management and Leadership)
MSc Clinical Research
MSc Health Economics and Decision Modelling
MSc Human Nutrition

MSc International Health Management and Leadership
MSc International Health Technology Assessment and Reimbursement (Online)
PGCert in Cost Effectiveness Modelling for Health Technology Assessment
Master of Public Health (Online)

Module choices and changes

If your programme includes optional modules, you will have already been asked to choose your optional modules online. To help you make informed module choices, full module details and programme regulations are available online.

You can change your module choices online through MUSE during the three week add/drop period which starts on the first Monday of each semester.

Sitting in on modules for which you are not enrolled

During the three week add/drop period you may attend modules for which you are not enrolled to help make decisions about your final module choices.

Outside this period, you may NOT attend classes for modules for which you are not registered. If you want to access module content in Blackboard for a module for which you are not enrolled, you should contact the relevant module leader and to request guest student access.