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Masters Of Public Health(MPH) & M.Sc Public Health; Differences, Requirements, Duration & Cost 

Last updated on June 15th, 2016 at 08:13 pm

The masters of public health and Msc public health runs under the department of community health in the university of Lagos.

The main difference between masters of public health(MPH) and Msc Public Health is that while the MPH is a professional masters Programme qualification entailing preceptorships and postings to local government council and industrial health services, the Msc public health is an academic master degree Programme with option in health management, epidemiology, medical statistics & general public health options.

The requirement to apply for MPH & Msc public health differs too. Check them out below……

1. Masters Of Public Health(MPH) -Professional Masters

Requirement:
The programme is open to candidates who posses an MB.BS/BDS i.e bachelor of medicince and surgery & bachelor of dental surgery of the university of lagos or equivalent medical or dental degree from any recognized university. In addition all candidates must have at least three years post-degree experience in medicine, or allied health fields in industry, federal, state, or local government health and safety or medical programmes.

Candiates for admission into the programme are required to undergo a selection process. You can get the entrance examination past questions and answers by clicking…>>> Unilag postgraduate past questions and answers pack

Duration: 12 Calendar Months

Cost: 150, 000 naira excluding acceptance fees of 61,500 naira.

2. Msc Public Health -Academic Masters
Requirement:
The programme is open to candidates who possess a first degree from the university of lagos or any other recognized university in any field of human, social or natural sciences such as medicine, pharmacy, nursing engineering, sociology, etc.

Candiates for admission into the programme are required to undergo a selection process. You can get the entrance examination past questions and answers by clicking…>>> Unilag postgraduate past questions and answers pack

Duration: 24 Months

Cost:  100-150,000  naira per session depending on either full time or part time. Excludes acceptance fees of 61,500 naira.

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