Continuing Education Master Public Health, M.Sc.If you do not want to interrupt your professional life, then you have come to the right place! Public Health is a part-time continuing education program. In our part-time program, you study with a reduced workload. Attendance courses take place on a maximum of four weekends in the study half-year, plus one block week. This makes it easy to combine your studies with your job, family or hobbies. Enthusiasm for health science studies? Then just apply!
Public Health at a glance
– Continuing education master, part-time – Master of Science (M.Sc.) – 5 semesters regular study time – study beginning in each case to the winter semester – presence times: 3-4 weekends and a block week in the study half-year
– Bachelor's degree or comparable university degree with relevance to health (example degrees) – professional experience of at least. one year, after the first academic degree in the health sector – proof of German language skills for foreign applicants (z.B. DSH level2; TestDaf level4; Goethe certificate C1, C2)
Application with foreign degree via uni-assist: from 1. April for the winter semester. Application to the Jade University of Applied Sciences: ab 1. June each winter semester. For binding application deadlines, please see the information provided by the Enrollment and Examination Office.
From the students' point of view
"Full-time midwife and part-time public health student. Even during her training and bachelor's degree as a midwife, Victoria Kellermann knew that she wanted to continue her studies. "I love my profession with all its facets…" Read more.
"Inspiration and many new perspectives. Anika Cordes is an occupational therapist and has enjoyed her job for more than ten years. At some point, however, the 32-year-old felt a desire to learn again after earning her bachelor's degree …" Read more.
"Christina Bolinius and Thekla Janssen both work part-time and 30 hours a week, respectively. They also have two children. After earning their bachelor's degrees, both quickly realized, "I can't get where I want to go professionally without a master's degree." Read more.
"Added value for thinking and acting. Lanfermann (physiotherapist at Cloppenburg Hospital) particularly enjoys taking a look beyond his own nose and questioning his own actions. 'Often you are stuck in the routine of work …'" Read more.
"From nurse to study coordinator. Anja Diers beams. The trained nurse has just successfully completed her part-time master's degree in 'Public Health' at the Jade University of Applied Sciences and looks back on the last two and a half years with satisfaction, despite the great effort involved." Read more.
Studying in Oldenburg
This is what it's like to study: Viktoria Munnich studies in the 4. Semester Public Health. Accompany the student to her workplace. Into the seminar at the Jade University. Have fun!
You study Public Health at the Oldenburg Campus in the department "Technology and Health for People (TGM)". On a total area of approx. 1000 square meters are well-equipped lecture-. Seminar rooms as well as computer workstations. In addition, student workstations, a kitchen, as well as the green outdoor area are available to you.