University of Liverpool
Population and Health
The course meets a public demand to systematically address the problems posed by population changes and health dynamics in the contemporary world. The programme will provide students with a deep understanding of population and health trends and competing explanations, both in developed and developing countries. The distinct feature of the course is that the programme covers the issues of population and health from an interdisciplinary perspective, including geographic, demographic, sociological, environmental and epidemiological approaches to the topics. The programme also provides a solid training in methods to analyse and project population dynamics and health patterns. Training in demographic, longitudinal and spatial analysis (including GIS) will equip students with the means to investigate past and contemporary trends and project future developments.
The typical entry requirement is a Bachelors degree (with Honours) at 2:1 level or better in an appropriate field of study. Individual consideration is given to mature students with significant and relevant experience and with professional qualifications.The usual requirement is an upper second class honours degree in a social, life or public health science or related discipline (e.g. statistics, humanities). Candidates with professional qualifications and/or relevant experience who have degrees in non-cognate disciplines or with lower degree results are invited to apply; their individual circumstances will be considered by the Programme Director.
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|MSc||Full-time||£ 5,300 per Academic year (home fees)||1 years|
|MSc||Full-time||£ 13,000 per Academic year (overseas fees)||1 years|
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