Health and Social Care Sciences (Public Health)
This course has been developed to ensure that you have the opportunity to consider a range of central scientific foundations of health and social care. You have the opportunity to study modules specific to public health to encourage a deeper level of understanding and debate key issues relating to theory, policy, practice and research. The course enables you to: Develop a comprehensive and critical understanding of key concepts and principles across the health and social care sciences; evaluate critically the contribution of and inter-relationships between the sciences underpinning health and social care; draw on acquired knowledge to contribute to the development of contemporary health and social care.
Applicants should have an Honours degree (2.2 classification or above).
Year 1 core modules include: Bio-psychosocial paradigms in health and social care; evidence-based practice; public health policy and inequalities. Year 2 core modules include: Designing research projects; epidemiology; health and social care in context. Year 3 core module: Dissertation.
A range of assessment methods is used within the programme to provide a variety of learning experiences, and to challenge and extend your knowledge. These include reports, oral presentations, assignments, projects and a dissertation.
Please note that due to current anticipated changes to NHS education and HE funding, information relating to funding will be updated on Teesside University website.
|Qualification||Study mode||Start month||Fee||Course duration|
|Campus name||Town||Postcode||Region||Main campus||Campus||Partner|
|Teesside University||Middlesbrough||TS1 3BA||North East|
School of Health and Social Care