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Overview

Make a positive impact on the health and wellbeing in your community, Australia and globally by contributing to public health strategies and solutions. Learn to develop and evaluate health programs for communities to promote health and wellbeing, and understand the biological, social, and environmental determinants of health.

Our Public Health degrees have an integrated approach and are embedded with industry practice, giving you real-world exposure to help you propel your career.

Study while making an impact and applying specialised skills in your current role, or carve out a tailored career path based on your individual interests and needs. Study when and where it suits you with subjects offered online. You’ll attend annual residential schools to build your practical skills, learning from lecturers face-to-face.

Explore USQ's Public Health degrees

Public Health

Postgraduate
Graduate Certificate of Health Clinical Education
Mode:
  • Online
Campus:
  • -
Start date:
  • Feb, Jul
Graduate Certificate of Public Health
Mode:
  • External
Campus:
  • -
Start date:
  • Feb, Jul
Graduate Diploma of Public Health
Mode:
  • External
Campus:
  • -
Start date:
  • Feb, Jul
Master of Public Health
Mode:
  • External
Campus:
  • -
Start date:
  • Feb, Jul
Research
Doctor of Philosophy
Mode:
  • On-campus
  • External
Campus:
  • Ipswich
  • Springfield
  • Toowoomba
Start date:
  • Feb, Jul
Doctor of Professional Studies
Mode:
  • On-campus
  • Online
Campus:
  • Toowoomba
Start date:
  • Feb, Jul, Nov
Master of Professional Studies (Research)
Mode:
  • On-campus
  • Online
Campus:
  • Toowoomba
Start date:
  • Feb, Jul, Nov
Master of Science (Research) Specialisation Advanced Research
Mode:
  • On-campus
  • External
Campus:
  • Ipswich
  • Toowoomba
Start date:
  • Feb, Jul
Master of Science (Research) Specialisation Applied Research
Mode:
  • On-campus
  • External
Campus:
  • Ipswich
  • Toowoomba
Start date:
  • Feb, Jul
Vicki is standing on an outdoor staircase, leaning on a rail and smiling at the camera.

Vicki

USQ Staff
Vicki Horner spent her life sensing that something was missing. Her discovery of a devastating family event revealed her Aboriginal heritage and set her on a new path. Now a Lecturer (Indigenous Support) at the School of Nursing and Midwifery, she encourages Indigenous and non-Indigenous students to realise their potential... and open their eyes.
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