- Undergraduate Programmes
Bachelor of Science in Community Health Practice
In response to the increase in non-communicable disease, emerging and re-emerging infectious disease, and the increasing importance of community-based care, The Jockey Club School of Public Health and Primary Care has designed this two-year, full-time Bachelor of Science in Community Health Practice articulation programme to fulfil the demand for a workforce with public health skills and knowledge of community health education and practice. It aims at equipping the graduates with the knowledge, skills and competencies to effectively implement community health programmes. The curriculum gears the students to take a boarder perspective on community health practice. The teaching is linked to the core competencies of community health practitioners, taking reference from the National Commission for Health Education Credentialing, U.S.A., and the Galway Consensus Conference Statement on health promotion and health education in 2007.
Mode of Study
Full-time: 2 years
Minimum Admission Requirements
Applicants shall be eligible to apply for admission if they:
*Refer to the University’s admission requirements for sub-degree holders for details.
Telephone: 2252-8426 / 2252-8427