We focus on educating and nurturing resourceful leaders in public health, fostering creativity, curiosity, and critical thinking in a vibrant and inclusive environment. Students gain exposure to various environmental conditions that impact health outcomes. A public health degree provides the necessary foundation equipping you with the learnings and skills needed to investigate wide-ranging issues.
TAUs School of Public Health offers the following programs:
Duration: 2 Years
3 years Diploma in relevant specialty from recognized university
2 years Diploma in relevant specialty from recognized university with 3 years of work experience
Duration: 4 Years
Eligibility: Five (5) “O” level credits or better which must include English, Mathematics, Chemistry, Biology and Physics
Bachelor of Public Health
Texila American University’s school of public health is committed to grooming transformative leaders with the promise to ensure equity in access to healthcare services. TAUs Bachelor of Public Health is a holistic four-year program equipping students to influence change and transform lives with a distinct experiential advantage.
Our vibrant student crowd consists of people from diverse sectors and perspectives. We educate and inspire them to tackle modern health challenges through discovery, innovation, and delivery of outstanding services in public health with a collaborative approach.
Master of Public Health (MPH)
Texila American University’s Masters in Public Health is structured as a revolutionary model equipping students to investigate pressing challenges and conceive productive solutions. The School of Public Health recruits students with a passion for helping people and brings enthusiasm and creativity to their work.
MPH is an intensive program training students to become public health practitioners to engage with communities, implement and evaluate public health programs, influence policies, and raise public awareness on best health care practices. It opens you to opportunities as transformative leaders in private/public organizations, government, or non-profits.
Duration: 2 Years
Eligibility: A Bachelor’s Degree in Public Health or Health-Related Professions Such as Medicine, Nursing, Pharmacy, Physiotherapy, Environmental Health, and Bio-Medical Sciences
Bachelors Qualifications Such as Social Work, Demography, and Health Education May Also Be Considered