|Programme Name||Postgraduate Diploma in Public Health (Quota Based)|
The programme aims to graduate students who will be able to apply statistical and epidemiological methods to a range of public health issues occurring among pacific populations, demonstrate specialist knowledge and skills in a selected area of study chosen from Applied epidemiology, Health promotion or Health Service Management, Evaluate the integrity and comparability of data and identifies gaps in data sources and apply ethical principles to the collection, maintenance, use and dissemination of data and information.
1. A bachelor’s degree with a minimum GPA of 3.0 out of 4.5 and/ or out of 5.0; OR 2. A minimum of three years’ experience in the health sector (demonstrated on their curriculum vitae) with three positive and written references from their supervisors ; OR 3. A health related postgraduate degree which will be subject to FNU cross credit policies; OR 4. Applicants may also be admitted to the programme who may not meet the requirement on the years of continuous education progression, but who are able to demonstrate their ability to succeed in programmes at these levels on the basis of their maturity, work experience or prior learning. The Dean may require such an applicant to sit for any specific or general examination as a prerequisite for any such enrolment, or may restrict enrolment only to certain prescribed courses that must be passed to progress further. 5. All admissions into the PGDPH programme must be endorsed by the HoD, and HoS of the SPHPC, CMNHS.
|Programme Type||Postgraduate Diploma|
|Credit Points Required||120|
|Estimated Tution Fees - Local (FJD)||$12,978.00|
|Estimated Tution Fees - Regional||$12,978.00|
|Core Units||Offered In|
|EPI834 - Biostatistics, Data Management and Analysis||Semester 1,2|
|EPI831 - Applied Epidemiology||Semester 1,2|
|PBH803 - Pacific Public Health||1,2|
|PBH804 - Health Project Planning & Development||Semester 1,2|
|PBH805 - Pacific Vulnerable Population’s Health||Semester 1|
|HSM817 - Analysing Health Policy, Process, and Power||Semester 2|