Study Public Health at a university with a research ranking well above world class.
With over 150 years of educational heritage, Australian Catholic University (ACU) is a publicly funded Australian institution offering students high quality and
internationally recognised qualifications. Our focus on community engagement and practical skill development ensures ACU graduates are ready to make a real difference in the world.
Why study Master of Public Health at Australian Catholic University.
ACU has achieved above world standard in research in the area of public health. At ACU the Faculty of Health Sciences is one of Australia’s largest health science faculties. Students study with
leading academics in the field of public health and our graduates take their career in health sciences to the next level.
The Master of Public at ACU is the only program in Australia to offer the specialisation of Public Health and Advocacy.
ACU’s program is aligned with the United Nations’ Sustainable Development Goals.
The program equips graduates with specialised knowledge, understanding and skills in public health to improve and advance population health and well-being. ACU’s MPH prepares graduates to practice
with a community, national or global focus, and with an ethical, social justice perspective.
ACU offers the MPH program at its vibrant, modern, city based Melbourne campus which is located in the health prescient of the city.
Global health is an increasingly important area for public health practitioners, and the ACU specialisation couples knowledge of global health, sustainable
development, food security and humanitarian assistance with skills in advocacy. This specialisation aims to equip students with the ability to not only implement
change, but to influence change in the first place through advocacy. This specialisation features a contemporary curriculum designed around the new
United Nations’ Sustainable Development Goals.