Flexible learning

Study public health and health promotion with flexible learning. 

Full-time study isn't possible for everyone so we've developed varying course structures to make it easier for you to get qualified. As a guideline, one credit equates to approximately 10 hours of learning which may include a mix of classes, online learning, workshops or workplace learning.

  • Learning is spread over a longer period 
  • Study part-time over 12 months.
Course structure
Online learning and support 
  • The majority of the course is completed online through the Learning Management System
  • Online support is available
Work place learning 

Workplace learning enables students to apply their online and workshop learnings in their workplace.

  • 80 hours practical experience in a placement (this could be your current workplace subject to meeting certain criteria).

Workshops give students valuable contact time and the opportunity to develop their skills alongside other students and lecturers. It gives you the opportunity to learn new skills.

  • In person - on campus
  • Initial 2 day workshop, and up to five subsequent workshops throughout the year.
Speed up your qualification
Use your experience to get qualified faster

If you have previous tertiary study (even if you haven’t completed a formal qualification/didn’t graduate), you may be able to cross-credit this study to a programme at MIT. Contact us to discuss this as part of your application.

Choose your subject
Programme Full/part- time Online Workplace learning Workshop
New Zealand Certificate in Public Health and Health Promotion (Level 5) Either

Study is not a case of one size fits all. Our Ask Me! Student Services Centre is here to help. Whatever your situation and needs, we can give you personalised advice on how to make study work for you. Get expert and personalised advice. Contact us or request a call-back.