Accreditation for ScHARR's Public Health programmes
Validation of our programmes involved a detailed assessment of our curricula by a panel of public health experts. Receiving this accreditation means that our students, and their future employers, can be confident that their programme of study has met international standards of quality
DR VANESSA HALLIDAY, DEPUTY DIRECTOR OF LEARNING & TEACHING, SCHARR
Public Health programmes offered by the School of Health and Related Research (ScHARR) at the University of Sheffield have been accredited by the Agency for Public Health Education Accreditation (APHEA).
APHEA is a globally recognised organisation that works to promote high quality public health education and training. In particular, the focus is on ensuring students are exposed to a comprehensive, modern, public health curriculum that includes core subject areas such as health education and promotion, population health and its determinants, health policy, economics and management, as well as competencies related to methods in public health.
Accreditation has been given for the following postgraduate public health programmes at ScHARR: