Global Health Minor

With the health care industry being one of the largest sectors of employment, Global Health is a fast-growing and popular field of study. Students who minor in Global Health acquire knowledge and abilities that are useful as they pursue careers in health care, especially those who will be working with diverse client populations in the United States and overseas.

Course Title Credits
Minor Requirements
AN 2100Foundations of Anthropology (GACO)4
or SO 2225 Foundations of Sociology (DICO)
Complete one of the following:3-4
Biological Science I (TECO)
Principles of Health
Disease, Safety, and Environment (WECO)
Foundations of Professional Nursing (open to Nursing majors only)
AN/SO 3505Illness, Wellness, and Healing (INCO,WECO)4
Society, Culture and Policy
Complete one of the following:3-4
Plagues and Peoples (PPDI)
Human Geography
World Politics (GACO)
Humanitarianism: Working in the Global Community (PPDI)
Public Administration (DICO)
Social Issues
Complete one of the following:3-4
Forensic Anthropology
Environment and Health (WECO)
Women's Health Issues (WECO)
Global Health and Population-Based Health Care (GACO)
Model United Nations (GACO,INCO)
Medical Ethics (INCO,WECO)
Health and Society (GACO,WECO)
Drug Behavior (WECO)
Drugs and Society (INCO)
Total Credits17-20