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International Master Program in Public Health (IMPH)

The majoring of International MPH is dedicated to develop skilled professionals who are committed to improve the community health by translating rigorous scientific research into sound, evidence based public health policy and practice. Students participated in the International Health are expected to develop the following eight competencies:

  1. Analysis and assessment in public health
  2. Policy development and program planning in public healt
  3. Communication skills in public health
  4. Cultural competency in public health
  5. Community dimensions of practice in public health
  6. Application of public health sciences
  7. Financial planning and management in public health
  8. Leadership and system thinking skills.

The integrated International MPH curriculum is built based on ten discipline-specific domains, including: biostatistics, epidemiology and disease control, environmental health, health promotion, health policy, health system, health care management, health economics and health financing, public health research, and study skills. Specific core competencies are developed within each domain, and the competencies are directed in providing a basic knowledge and skill for health professionals working in the field of public health. The lists of competencies are expected to be achieved through a number of courses. As each course is not independent of each other, the courses will complement each other to provide students with full competencies.

The curriculum is structured in two semesters with a total of 40 credit units. A total of 16 credit units is allocated in the first semester, and the other 24 credit units in the second semester, including 8 credit units for thesis writing. One credit unit is equal to 3 hours of student's effort per week or 48 hours per semester. A semester consists of on-campus and off-campus periods. During the on-campus period, students should attend intensive classes for different courses. During the off-campus period, distance learning model will be implemented with teaching and learning activities are conducted through internet modalities. Field supervision will be conducted during the off-campus period to monitor progress in research and thesis developments.


Code Courses CSU
1st Semester
KUI 1014 Health Policy and Management 3
KUI 611 Social Behavior Sciences for Public Health 2
KUI 10214 Epidemiology and Disease Control 3
KUI 611 Biostatistics 2
KUI 10210 Global Health 2
KUI 1017 Study Skill 2
2nd Semester
KUI 600 Theory and Practise of Public Health 2
KUI 1021 Health Economics and health Care Financing 3
KUI 777 Environmental and Occupational Health 2
KUI 601 Public Health Research 3
KUI 771 Advanced Epidemiology 2
  Elective Courses 6
KUI 801 Thesis Writing 8

Elective Courses :

  1. Public Health Nutrition
  2. Medicine Policy
  3. Patient Safety and Clinical Governance
  4. TB Control Program and Public Private Mix
  5. Surveillance in Reproductive Health


Short Courses (European Accredited)

Topic Duration ECTS Cost (in Euro)
TB Control Programme & Public Private Mix
2 weeks
Surveillance in Reproductive Health
2 weeks


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