Advance your career & maximize your impact on healthcare
PhD in Public Health
- Designed specifically for working professionals
- Program delivered by distinguished faculty
- Personalized attention and guidance throughout the program
- University appointed co-guides
- Online access to comprehensive e-Library
- Contribute to the enrichment and advancement of knowledge
- Assume leadership roles in healthcare and/or pursue academic research positions upon completion
Duration : 3 years
Eligibility: Master degree in Public Health or Medical Science /
Study Anytime Anywhere
Learn anytime, from anywhere with the help of our advanced Learning Management System (LSM). Experience the joy of virtual classroom learning.
Our competency-based curriculum with real-world capstone practicum assists you to gain insights into the relevant competencies that employers require .
Flexible Payment Options
The fee is affordable with the option to pay the fees in Installments
Benefits of pursuing PhD in Public Health
The need for Public Health professionals is on the rise globally primarily to confront emerging communicable diseases, environmental hazards, chronic diseases among others. Recent developments in public health have improved quality of life — an increase in life expectancy, worldwide reduction in infant and child mortality etc. leading to more professionals pursuing doctoral degrees in Public Health.
Whether you are a healthcare provider or working as a researcher or policy analyst, at Texila American University you’ll have the opportunity to build a professional network that will allow you to achieve your career and academic goals.
It has been a very good choice for me as I have been equipped adequately in my knowledge scope in terms of new developments in concepts of public health applications. Upgrading without compromising career, the program is very flexible and career-changing. I have been well appreciated by many organisations for the new dimension of modern trends in PH that I have gained from TAU.
Dr. Eric Gyamfi
PhD in Public Health