(18 semester hours)
This transdisciplinary minor is for students interested in better understanding the complexities of global health. Students develop the necessary collaboration and research skills to work towards ethically addressing global health problems including pandemic infectious diseases, non-communicable diseases, food and water insecurity, and community development.
Courses are designed to be taken in sequence and, with planning, the minor can be completed in two years.
There are no special eligibility requirements for this minor.
ContactGlobal Health Studies
124D Upham Hall