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GPH - Global Public Health Courses

GPH 201 Fundamentals of Global Public Health 3.

Introduction to Public Health, providing a population-based perspective on disease and injury causation and prevention. Environmental, social, behavioral, and biological determinants of health and disease. Access to health services from a global perspective. Selected tools of disease control and health promotion and problems related to health-care delivery to society as a whole and to vulnerable populations.

GPH 425 Global Health and Physiology 6.
Prerequisite: C- or better in BIO 212 or BIO 250.

This Study Abroad course is designed to immerse students in current physiology and disease research, tropical medicine, and global health issues while providing students with an opportunity to gain hands-on experience in the field of global health. Students spend three weeks on campus exploring scientific, policy, cultural, and governmental influences on global health before traveling to a developing country to participate in medical service outreach for 2 weeks. Application to and acceptance into this Study Abroad course and payment for travel is required for course participation.