Our BSc in Global Health is led by public health experts and a team of multi-disciplinary academics who together will help you develop an understanding of a range of public health issues at a global level. As a student on this degree, you will be exposed to a programme that will provide you with a genuinely broad education. A key feature of this degree is that it is multi-disciplinary. Among the subjects and academic specialisms you will encounter are: epidemiology, sociology, anthropology, law, economics, politics, parasitology, medicine, statistics, geography and philosophy. You will discover that all of this is highly relevant to most, if not all, critical public health issues - whether it is the challenge of controlling pandemic diseases like Ebola or HIV/AIDS; increasing access to medicines in poor countries; responding to the threat of climate change; or preventing the further increase in drug resistant strains of bacteria.