Minor

enlarged photo of Dr. Levy in KenyaAll students must complete a minimum of 18 semester hours distributed as follows. With planning, the minor can be completed in two years.

  1. Introduction (3 hours)
  2. Methods (3-4 hours)
  3. Seminar (1 hour taken 3 times with variable content)
  4. Immersion Experience (2 hours)
  5. Culminating Experience (4 hours)
  6. Related Hours (to meet 18 hours)

Introduction

Take this course:

  • GHS 101 - Introduction to Global Health (3 hours)

Methods

enlarged photo of student poster presentationTake one of these courses:

  • GHS 201 - Data and Decisions in Global Health (3 hours)
  • ECO 311 - Examining Economic Data and Models (3 hours)
  • IMS 261 - Information and Data Visualization (3 hours)
  • KNH 295 - Research and Evaluation Methods (4 hours)
  • MBI 361 - Epidemiology (3 hours)
  • SOC 262 - Research Methods (3 hours)
  • PSY 293 - Research Design and Analyses in Psychology I (3 hours)
  • STA 301 - Applied Statistics (3 hours)
  • ATH 425 - Ethnographic Methods (3 hours)

Seminar

Repeat this course at least 3 times:

  • GHS 301 - Seminar in Global Health (1 hour taken 3 times* with variable content)

* A related hours course may be used in place of one of the GHS 301 seminars.

Immersion Experience

Take this course:

  • GHS 401 - Global Health Immersion Experience (2 hours; pre-approval required)

Culminating Experience

Take one of these:

  • GHS 477 - Senior Thesis in Global Health (4 hours minimum)
  • ATH 448 - Developing Solutions in Global Health (3 hours)
    and
    GHS 491 - Global Health Leadership (1 hour)

Related Hours*

  • AAA 207 - Asia and Globalization
  • ARC 422 - History of Urbanization
  • ARC 427 - The American City Since 1940
  • ATH 348 - Introduction to Medical Anthropology
  • ATH 368 - Key Questions in Psychological Anthropology
  • ATH 378 - Doctors, Clinics, and Epidemics
  • ATH 428 - Anthropology of Women's Health
  • BIO 181 - Medicinal and Therapeutic Plants
  • BIO 209 - Fundamentals of Ecology
  • BIO 232 - Human Heredity
  • BIO 305 - Human Physiology
  • BIO 449 - Biology of Cancer
  • BSW/HST 225 - The Making of Modern Africa
  • BSW/FSW 362 - Family Poverty
  • BSW 472 - Race, Ethnicity and Aging
  • BSW/HST 495 - Modern African Environmental History
  • CHM 491 - Chemistry in Societal Issues
  • DST 272 - Introduction to Disability Studies
  • DST 312 - Deaf Culture: Global, National and Local Issues
  • DST 335 - Disability and Aging
  • ECO 332 - Health Economics
  • ECO 347 - Economic Development
  • ECO 356 - Poverty and Income Distribution
  • ENG 416 - Writing for Global Audiences
  • ESP 331 - Social Entrepreneurship
  • FSW 312 - Human Behavior in the Social Environment
  • FSW 451 - Family Violence
  • GLG 307 - Water and Society
  • GLG 402 - Geomicrobiology
  • GLG 408 - Introduction to Hydrogeology
  • GEO 271 - Human Dimensions of Natural Resource Conservation
  • GEO 276 - Geography of the Global Economy
  • GTY/SOC 318 - Social Forces and Aging
  • GTY/SOC 357 - Medical Sociology
  • GTY/SOC 456 - Aging and Health
  • HST 236 - Medicine and Disease in Modern Society
  • HST 336 - Medicine and Disease in Pre-Industrial Society
  • HST/LAS 385 - Race, Science and Disease in the Americas
  • IES 441 - Environmental Public Health
  • ITS 302 - Problems of Non-Western Societies
  • ITS 333 - Global Development and Inequality
  • KNH 125 - Introduction to Public Health
  • KNH 203 - Nutrition in Disease Prevention Management
  • KNH 206 - AIDS: Etiology, Prevalence and Prevention
  • KNH 213 - Global and Community Nutrition
  • KNH 214 - Global Well-Being
  • KNH 329 - Psychological Perspectives on Health
  • KNH 362 - Public Health Communication
  • KNH 385 - Contemporary Issues in Men's Health
  • KNH 432 - Nutrition Across the Life Span
  • KNH 462 - Public Health Planning and Evaluation
  • MBI 111 - Microorganisms and Human Disease
  • MBI 405 - Medical Bacteriology
  • MBI 414 - Immunological Principles
  • MBI 435 - Medical Mycology
  • MBI 464 - Human Viruses
  • MGT 302 - Operations and Supply Chain Management
  • MGT 304 - Cross Cultural Management
  • MGT 431 - Logistics Management
  • MKT 301 - Creativity, Innovation and Decision Making in Marketing
  • MKT 425 - Global Marketing
  • NSG 263 - Community Health Nursing
  • NSG 341 - Caring and Terminal Illness
  • NSG 418 - Complex Health Problems
  • PHL 312 - Contemporary Moral Problems
  • PHL 360 - Confronting Death
  • PHL 375 - Medical Ethics
  • POL 261 - Public Administration
  • POL 381 - Global Governance
  • POL 382 - International Law
  • POL 438 - Africa in the Global Economy
  • PSY 210 - Psychology Across Cultures
  • PSY 251 - Introduction to Biopsychology
  • PSY 325 - Psychology of Prejudice and Minority Experience
  • PSY 328 - Psychology of Stigma and Stigmatization
  • PSY 351 - Advanced Biopsychology
  • PSY 376 - Psychology of Judgment, Decision Making, and Reasoning
  • PSY 410 - Community Psychology
  • SPN 203 - Spanish for Health Care Professionals
  • STA/IMS/JNR 404 - Advanced Data Visualization
  • SJS 470 - Social/Political Activism
  • SJS 487 - Globalization, Social Justice and Human Races
  • SOC 348 - Race and Ethnic Relations
  • GTY/SOC 463 - Gender and Aging
  • THE 393 - Intercultural Perspectives and Global Theatre and Performance
  • WGS 202 - Introduction to GLBT Studies
  • WGS 243 - Women's Health Care: Problems and Practices
  • WGS 301 - Women and Difference: Intersections of Race, Class, and Sexuality

*Or any language course at the 200 level or above taught in the target language from the following list: Arabic, Chinese, French, German, Hebrew, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Portuguese, Russian, and Spanish