The following course offerings vary by semester. Please check Athena for this semester's schedule of courses.
GLOB 3100 – Foundations in Global Health
GLOB 3150 – Culture and Global Health
GLOB 3200-S – Global Health and the Links among Food, Culture, and Disease (Service Learning)
GLOB 3300 – Global Maternal and Child Health
GLOB 3400 – Global Health Policy
GLOB 4200 – Survey of Global Health Systems – Nation Focus
GLOB 7100 – Introduction to Global Health
GLOB 7750 – Global Perspective on Health and Risk Communications
GLOB 8500 – Comparative Global Health Care Systems
GLOB 8550 – Comparative Global Health Systems – Nation Focus
Undergraduate and graduate students can earn a certificate in global health. The certificate prepares students to work in our globalized and interconnected world through coursework and experiential learning in the form of an internship or research project.
In addition to these courses, there are numerous opportunities for experiential learning through mentored research and global health internships.