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Global health is an interdisciplinary approach designed for students who seek a broad and flexible set of skills for understanding contemporary health challenges and thinking about how they might best be solved.
The minor and B.I.S. concentration in global health gives students in other majors a basic background in the field of global health in order to broaden and enhance their degree. Additionally, both the minor and the B.I.S. concentration enable students to take advantage of the vast opportunities and unique experiences in our school. Please see our Global Health FAQs for more information.
Minor/B.I.S. Concentration in Global Health Curriculum
SSH/ASB 100 (3 credits)
Time Depth course (3 credits)
Poverty and Social Justice course (3 credits)
Culture, Society and Health course (3 credits)
1 global health elective (3 credits)
Study Abroad Requirement:
Students must attend one of the following School of Human Evolution and Social Change study abroad programs for a minimum of 6 credits. Please note the importance of planning and financing your program. Please read our FAQs for more information on the Study Abroad Requirement.