Certificate in Global Health, Medicine, and Society
The certificate in Global Health, Medicine, and Society prepares students to examine health issues as a result of the interrelation between biological, social and environmental factors. The certificate is unique in its integration of the medical humanities and the social sciences of health.
Students pursuing the certificate will gain an understanding of the complexity of global health issues and their relation to animal, climate, and environmental health, as well as social inequality and injustice.
Who Should Enroll?
The certificate is especially valuable to students pursuing careers in medicine, nursing global or public health, medical anthropology, medical humanities, pre-law, science and technology, health care industry, health advocacy and/or health care policy.
How It Works
To earn this certificate, students must complete a minimum of 15 hours, with at least 9 credits taken at the 300 level or above. All courses must be passed with a C at a minimum, for a total GPA above or equal to 2.5 GPA. Courses cannot be taken pass/fail.
Dr. Trevor Durbin (Anthropology) firstname.lastname@example.org
Dr. Marta Alfonso-Durruty (Anthropology) email@example.com
Mr. Gabe Bachura (Advisor, SASW) firstname.lastname@example.org