About this course
Based on a socio-ecological model of health and explores contemporary health promotion at individual, group, organisation, community and population levels. Core study concepts include public health foundations, principles of health promotion; the assessment of health needs; and the planning, implementation and evaluation of health promotion programs, health promotion settings, epidemiology and quantitative and qualitative research approaches.
The Master of Health Promotion is designed for those looking to work in designated health promotion roles, or for those wanting to develop deeper knowledge and skills in health promotion to complement their current roles. The program gives you the flexibility to study courses on campus, online or a mixture of the two delivery modes. You can change study modes at any time during your program. Teaching, learning and assessment items develop your theoretical knowledge and understanding through the completion of practical and creative tasks.
A student entering the Master of Health Promotion program will normally be required to hold a Bachelor’s degree (AQF Level 7), or equivalent, from a recognised higher education institution. Entry by non-graduates who have extensive relevant industry experience may be considered on a case-by-case basis by the Head of School, School of Health and Sport Sciences.