Doctor of Public Health [Research]
The Doctor of Public Health is a research professional doctorate for graduates with professional experience in a range of public health areas.
Part time available
The research component comprises two-thirds of the program and takes the form of a supervised research and/or development project, culminating in the submission of a thesis that makes a significant contribution to public health.
Your research topic
Applicants need to discuss their proposed research topic with an appropriate research advisor. To identify an appropriate advisor, use the Find an Advisor service from the Graduate Research School.
The Graduate Certificate and Graduate Diploma of Research Methods gives you the formal research training you need to enter a professional research degree at JCU’s Graduate Research School.
Previous professional experience is required to enter this course.
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