The 18-credit Global Public Health minor is open to undergraduate students in all majors who want to examine global health through a public health and system-level lens.

The minor in Global Public Health is focused on the pursuit of equitable, community-driven, and evidence-based practices and policies to improve the health of all populations globally.

Minor Requirements

CORE REQUIREMENTSCREDITS (12)
HSCI 2100 - Foundations of Global Health3
HSCI 2190 - Global Public Health Practice3
HSCI 3200 - Pressing Issues in Global Health3
Applied Learning - Approved travel course or experiential learning with global population3
APPROVED ELECTIVES CREDITS (CHOOSE 6)
ANTH 089 - Global Health Devl and Div3
ASCI 079 - SU: One Health3
CDAE 002 - World, Food, Population, Development3
GRS 001 - Intro to Global Studies3
ANTH 174/SOC 155 - D2: Culture, Health, and Healing3
ANTH 288 - Anthropological Research in Global Health3
CDAE 102 - Sustainable Community Dev3
ENSC 130 - Global Environment Assessment3
GEOG 060 - Race and Ethnicity3
GEOG 148 - Global Environmental Change3
GRS 200/GEOG 272 - Migration, Mobility and Transnationalism3
HLTH 105 - D2: Cultural Health Care 3
NFS 245 - Nutrition for Global Health3
POLS 159 - Int'l Environmental Governance3
POLS 246 - Global Justice3
SOC 112 - D2: Global Deviance3

 

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