MPH Elective Course Option: Global Health
- Researching Violence Against Women and Girls (PUBH 6058, 2 credits)
- Monitoring and Evaluation of Sexual and Reproductive Health Programs in Low- and Middle Income Countries (PUBH 6451, 2 credits)
- Global Environmental and Occupational Health (PUBH 6128, 2 credits )
- Water, Sanitation and Hygiene (WASH) in Low-Income Countries (PUBH 6132, 2 credits)
- Global Health Frameworks (PUBH 6400, 2 credits)
- Social and Behavior Change Communication in Middle-to Low-Income Countries (PUBH 6452, 2 credits)
- Global Health Diplomacy (PUBH 6450, 2 credits)
- Public Health in Humanitarian Settings (PUBH 6480, 2 credits)
- Global Child Health (PUBH 6563, 2 Credits)
What Can I Do With Global Health?
- Global Health Diplomacy: Advance the nation’s health care agenda through strategic diplomacy and, conversely, improve diplomatic relations through collaboration.
- Sexual and Reproductive Health: Design, implement and measure programs that address challenges involving family planning, abortion, maternal health and gender-based violence.
- Global Health Communication: Study human behavior and its complexities in order to strategize how health policy, research and news are accurately and effectively communicated to the public.
- Health Equity: Prevent and reduce disparities in public health and health care by creating programs, interventions or policies that address contributing political, social and economic factors.
- Violence Against Women and Girls Prevention: Understand the impact violence against women and girls (VAWG) has on the health of the survivor, her current or future children, and communities in order to bring about awareness and prevention.