Programme Name Master of Public Health in Non Communicable Diseases (Quota Based)
Programme Description
The objectives and desired learning outcomes of the Postgraduate Master of Public Health in NCD is to produce competent specialist health professionals knowledgeable in the fundamental principles of population and high risk approaches in managing NCDs and be proficient in relevant practical clinical skills using the Package of Essential NCD Interventions for Primary Health Care (PEN) approaches ? specifically pertaining to Fiji and the Pacific Region.
Majors Non-Communicable Diseases
Minimum Requirement
1. Postgraduate Diploma in NCD with 65% pass OR
2. Students who do not meet the 65% requirement mark in 1) may request for an entrance exam and their mark must score 65% or more.
3. A minimum of three - five years’ work experience in the health sector or in the area of NCD (demonstrated on their curriculum vitae) with a written and positive reference from a supervisor. All other conditions in the UASR Page 29, 6.11.2 also apply OR
4.Those with an undergraduate degree not related to health, or with less than five years work experience but strong references, will be considered on a case by case basis. 
5. All admissions into the MPHNCD programme must be endorsed by the HOD before it can be approved by the HOS of the SPHPC, CMNHS.
Programme Type Masters
Credit Points Required 240
Campus Tamavua
Duration 2
Estimated Tution Fees - Local (FJD) $6,490.00
Estimated Tution Fees - Regional $6,490.00