MSc Public Health and Health Promotion

Mode of study
Distance learning – 3 years
January start

AIA, Energy Institute

This flexible and engaging course is of particular relevance to the oil and gas industry at this time. With many companies undergoing change, it is important that they understand how to communicate effectively with employees to minimise any stress or uncertainly. The impact of human factors on performance can have critical financial, social and cultural effects. Students will learn how to help mitigate those situations.

The three modules in this course which are particularly relevant to the oil and gas sector are:
o Population Health and Wellbeing (HSM140)
o Leading Change and Partnerships (HSM141)
o Health Psychology and the Principles of Behaviour Change (HSM139)

You can pick and choose which, and how many, individual modules you wish to study. The study time per module is six weeks. Find out more.

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It’s been so worthwhile and enjoyable! Any challenges I met were supported. It’s given me a deeper understanding of issues and policies around my work and a framework that wasn’t there before. I’m proud of the qualification I’ve achieved.

Irene Miller