The concentration in community and global health provides students with an array of analytical frameworks for understanding the complexities of population health and offers opportunities to integrate and apply these frameworks within the context of coursework, civic engagement, and independent research.
The issues, theories and methodologies presented in this concentration educate students in critical and quantitative reasoning, writing and integrative learning.
Recent Topic Courses
- Biology 194: AIDS, Influenza, and Malaria: Ancient Pathogens in a Brave New World
- Biology 394: Environmental Toxicology
- Economics 294: Health Economics
- History 294: Black Death
- Sociology 294: Medical Sociology