Study offer - teaching
The Department’s taught courses cover a range of subjects within what may broadly be termed “community medicine”. The major courses are provided in general medicine, epidemiology and preventive medicine. The teaching is mainly based on research carried out nationally and internationally by departmental staff.
The Department's main responsibility are two public health study programmes, one of which is experience-based (90 study points). Both programmes entitle graduates to the title of Master of Public Health.
Link to the Master's degree in public health (120 points)
Link to the subjects offered as part of the 2008 autumn term of these two study programmes. Some of the subjects have been approved as research courses by the Research Committee of the Faculty of Health Sciences.
The courses will be taught in English from the autumn of 2009.
ISM is also responsible for providing teaching in two individual subjects
The Department's teaching and course responsibilities are set out in Teaching
Timetable for the subjects offered on the Master's degree in public health, 2008