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London School of Commerce

Canterbury Christ Church University

BSc Public Health and Health Promotion (Top-up)For UK and EU Students

There is high demand for well-trained and multi-skilled graduates in the dynamic health and social care sector.

The programme is designed to meet employer demand for higher level qualified practitioners; you will gain an understanding of the concept of health and social care in a contemporary society, helping you to progress to employment within the health and social care sector. You will be given the opportunity to study aspects of health and social care in a variety of contexts, providing insight into the human experience of health in society and of physical and mental well-being and illness.


This programme is both academic and vocational. You will develop academic skills and knowledge by studying a range of theories, viewpoints and professional perspectives which encourage depth of thinking. There are lots of rewarding career opportunities in this sector, which involve helping people to achieve a better standard of life.

Course Delivery

The programme will be delivered at London School of Commerce, London an associate college of Canterbury Christ Church University. The campus is centrally located and all the prime attractions in London are in close proximity to the campus. Campus buildings are located in the London Bridge area, within easy reach of British Rail and Underground stations.

Course Plan:


1 Year


Candidates should normally hold a Foundation Degree (or equivalent) or an HND, or have successfully completed equivalent 240 credit points (UK) / ( 120 ECT credits) in a related subject discipline.

Course Structure

Level 6

  1. Health and Work
  2. Negotiated Workplace Learning
  3. Global Health
  4. Physical Activity Health and Welbeing
  5. Dissertation

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