Bachelor of Health Sciences (Public Health) in Cape Breton University

Last Updated on April 14, 2021 by West Highlander

Cape Breton University

Campus: Nova Scotia

Duration:  4 /2 Years

Intake: September

*Fee: CAD$8,476.00 (4, 36,419) per year

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Description:

Public Health is the course that ensures at collective level the health of the people. In this the students learn to deal with the diverse aspects related to the health of society, humans and related Environmental aspects that affect the health of Public. This three-year course of CBU includes this all to prepare the graduates for serving the people. In this main emphasis is given on the quality of life including the dimensions which are physical, biological, chemical, social and psychological as well. In this a student learn the key skill of assessing the factors, omitting and editing, controlling and developing the prevention which contribute to adversely affect the health keeping the present and future generation in mind.

This degree is accredited by the Canadian Institute of Public Health.

Career Outcomes:

  • Public Health Professionals
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    Eligibility Requirement:

    Academics

    The students who’ve completed their +2 in the Science Stream (PCB/M) are eligible to pursue the Bachelor of Health Sciences in Cape Breton University in Canada.

    English Proficiency Score

    1. IELTS: Overall Band Score 6.5 not less than 6.0
    2. TOEFL:

    Paper-Based Test: 550

    Computer-Based Test: 213

    Internet-Based Test: 80
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