This programme offers skills and training designed to address the prevention of disease, the prolonging of life and the promotion of health through practical and theoretical learning. The Course gives learners an overview of the role of behavioral sciences in understanding and addressing public health problems and effectively prepares the students to satisfy for the health demands of the community through per-requisite practical training to better grasp various methods and approaches used in the discipline.
Community health specialists
Medical and health services manager
Community Health Assistant
To enable students to assess the role of organized efforts to influence health policy formulation.
Provide skill based training that will be useful in future employment.
To prepare learners to confront the practical problems in community health unit.
To explore emerging policy, ethical and legal dilemmas resulting from medical and technological advances.
Ability to identify qualitative and quantitative methods to conduct community health assessment.
Students will gain practical experience relevant in their field of study.
Acquire in depth understanding of the state of science in health behavior.
To assess and apply strategies for individual and community health promotion.
Minimum entry requirements
Aggregate mean grade of C- or any other relevant qualification.