The professional master programmes are for people who already have professional experience and want to give their skills and career a boost. Below is an overview of global health related professional master programmes across University of Copenhagen.
The Master of Disaster Management is a holistic and interdisciplinary programme aimed at providing the appropriate skills for disaster management, risk reduction and preparedness at a national and international level in areas of natural and man made disaster, climate change and terrorism.
Companies face a complex approval process for bringing new products to market. This master's programme provides you with a mix of practice-based competencies, in-depth scientific knowledge and effective negotiation skills. As a Master of Medicines Regulatory Affairs, you are able to argue for clinical relevance and scientific legitimacy to ensure a strong, reliable and quality-based storyline.
The Master of Public Health programme is a two year academic master's degree in public health. The Master of Public Health focuses on the occurrence, distribution and causes of disease and disease consequences in the population in both a national and an international perspective.
The Anthropology of Health programme deals with the social and cultural dimensions of sickness and health. You will get a solid theoretical and analytical foundation, as well as knowledge of qualitative methods, which will strengthen their ability to analyse and rethink their own practice.
The Master of Headache Disorders is a continuing professional development programme for healthcare professionals. This medical master’s programme consists of modules covering headache epidemiology, diagnosis, pathophysiological mechanisms, investigation and management, headache treatment organisation, and research.
A Professional Masters programme at the Centre of African Studies (CAS) provides an advanced understanding of the diversity of the African continent and its relationship to the world, in historical, social, political, economic and cultural dimensions.