The Master of Science in Global Health's curriculum offers opportunities to employ newly acquired skills and knowledge through activities such as laboratory research, survey research, mathematical modeling, and project management.
- Total credits for degree completion: 42 credits
- Required classes: 29 credits
- Capstone Field Research
- Elective classes: 13+ credits
Students will choose from one of three areas of concentration — Vector Biology and Parasitology, Health Policy and Governance, and Health Analytics.
- Global Health Challenges
- Domestic Development in Practice
- Quantitative Research Methods in Global Health I
- Capstone Seminar (required every semester)
- Fundamentals of Epidemiology
- Qualitative Research Methods in Global Health
- Quantitative Research Methods in Global Health II
- Field Research/Capstone Work
- Global Health Program Design and Management
- Global Health Ethics
- Leadership Theory, Discovery, and Application
- Global Health Systems and Policy
- Global Health Journal Club
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For additional questions about the Master of Science in Global Health program, please contact Kim Bogold, Global Health Training Coordinator, at email@example.com.