Master of Reproductive HealthGRADUATE
Build a successful career in reproductive health by getting the education and experience you need. Work on real-world problems and learn from the best in the field.
- Learning modeOnline, On Campus
- DurationPart-time 2 years
- Tuition & FeesClick here
- Next intakeAugust, November
The Master of Reproductive Health (MRH) program at Gollis University is designed to prepare students to address the complex reproductive health challenges facing the world today. The program offers a rigorous curriculum in reproductive health theory and practice, with a focus on social justice, health equity, and evidence-based decision-making.
The MRH program at Gollis University covers a wide range of topics in reproductive health, including:
- Reproductive biology
- Family planning
- Sexually transmitted infections
- Maternal and child health
- Assisted reproductive technology
- Ethics and law in reproductive health
Accreditation and Recognition Matters
The Gollis University curriculum is accredited and recognized by multiple relevant authorities including Somaliland higher education commission
Why Choose Gollis University?
- Strong faculty: Our faculty are experts in reproductive health research and practice, and are committed to providing students with the knowledge and skills they need to succeed.
- Field experience: Students in the MRH program complete a field placement, where they gain hands-on experience working on reproductive health projects in the community.
- Flexible options: The MRH program can be completed full-time or part-time, and offers online and evening courses to accommodate students' needs.
- Global perspective: Our program prepares students to work in a variety of settings, including developing countries and conflict zones.
- Affordable tuition: Gollis University is a public university, and we offer competitive tuition rates for all students.
Graduates of the MRH program at Gollis University are prepared for a variety of careers in reproductive health, including:
- Reproductive health researchers
- Reproductive health educators
- Reproductive health advocates
- Reproductive health policy analysts
- Reproductive health program managers
- Reproductive health clinicians