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.