MSc Sexual & Reproductive Health Policy and Programming

The programme is 12 months full-time or 24-36 months part-time.

*Skills and other attributes *
Students will be able to demonstrate:

-Critically interpret, synthesise and apply research evidence to support SRHR policies and programs
-Design, and cost a SRHR programme informed by the latest evidence and tailored to the context
-Select and deploy appropriate methods, data sources and quality measurement approaches to monitor and evaluate SRHR programmes and policies
-Critically appraise policy strategies to promote SRHR in low- and middle-income settings, that reflect the variation in needs of different population groups
-Apply skills in communication with specialist and non-specialist audiences, advocacy, and collaborative working to engage effectively with stakeholders who influence sexual and reproductive health policy and programming