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Degree project in global health

Course
MGH400
Master’s level
30 credits (ECTS)

Prerequisites and selection

Requirements

To be admitted to the course, the student must have obtained approved results in at least one of the Master's program in Global Health courses offered at the advanced level, or equivalent, ie MGH102 Quantitative and Qualitative Methods, 15 credits and / or MGH301 Epidemiology and Biostatistics with a focus on social epidemiology,15 credits. In addition, the student must have obtained approved results in at least two of the program's main focus area courses, such as MGH101 Global Health Issues in an Interdisciplinary Context, 15 credits; MGH201 Governing health and illness in a global perspective,15 credits; MGH301 Epidemiology and biostatistics with a focus on social epidemiology, 15 credits; or MGH302 Health promotion and disease prevention in at risk groups: strategies and methods, 15 credits.