Curriculum // Eck Institute for Global Health // University of Notre Dame

Eck Institute for Global Health

Curriculum

For the most updated version of the MSGH course offerings, please visit Class Search on InsideND.

Total credits required for degree = 32 credits

    Required classes = 24 credits

    Elective classes = 8 credits

 

Required Courses

    

FALL SEMESTER (required credits = 11)

 

Global Health Challenges
GH 60591-01 – 2 credits
Professor Katherine Taylor

Topics in Disease Epidemiology
BIOS 60590-01 – 3 credits
Professor Edwin Michael

Quantitative Research Methods in Global Health
GH 60610-01 – 3 credits
Professor Roya Ghiaseddin

Qualitative Research Methods in Global Health
GH 60611-01 – 1 credit
Professor Naomi Penney

Global Health Project Management
GH 60592-01 – 1 credit
Professor Paul Perrin

Capstone Seminar
GH 68550-01 – 1 credit
Professor Heidi Beidinger

 

SPRING SEMESTER (required credits = 8)

 

Quantitative Research Methods in Global Health II

GH 60615 – 2 credits

Professor Roya Ghiaseddin

 

Bioethics

GH 60545 – 2 credits

Professor David Addiss

 

Global Health Colloquium

GH 60601 – 1 credit

Professor Katherine Taylor

 

Capstone Research

GH 68551-01 – 2 credits

Professor Michelle Ngai

 

Leadership Theory, Discovery, and Application

GH 60620-01 - 1 credit

Professor Heidi Beidinger

 

SUMMER SEMESTER (required credits = 5)

 

Capstone Field Research

GH 68552-01 – 5 Credits

Professors Heidi Beidinger and Katherine Taylor

 

Elective Courses

 

This list contains recommended electives (for both spring and fall) but is not exhaustive. Students may search across the University for other appropriate electives they want to take (this requires approval from the program; see “Course Approvals” section). Please visit NOVO on insideND for the most updated information.


FALL SEMESTER

 

Medical Microbiology
GH 60455-01 – 3 Credits
Professor Shaun Lee

International Development in Practice: What Works in Development
GH 60595-01 – 3 Credits
Professor Stephen Reifenberg

Improving Maternal and Child Health Services: Maternal and Infant Matrix Storyboard Methodology 
GH 60594-03 – 1 Credit
Professor Brian McCarthy

Water, Disease and Global Health
BIOS 60610-01 – 3 Credits
Professor Joshua Shrout

Topics in Parasitology & Vector Biology
BIOS 60579-01 – 1-3 Credits
Professor Frank Collins and Professor Gregory Madey

Topics in Rare and Neglected Disease
BIOS 60565-01 – 3 Credits
Professor Kasturi Haldar

Medical Molecular Parasitology
BIOS 40420-01 – 3 Credits
Professor Miguel Morales

 

A.I.D.S.
BIOS 40440 - 3 credits
Professor Malcolm Fraser

Topics in Pathobiology
BIOS 60550 - 1-3 credits
Professors Shaun Lee and Kasturi Haldar

 

Topics in Global Health

BIOS 60559 – 3 credits

Professor Edwin Michael

 

Topics in Parasitology and Vector Biology

BIOS 60579 – 1-3 credits

Professors Frank Collins and Greg Madey

Stat Methods in Data Mining
ACMS 40875 - 3 credits
Professor Jun Li
(prerequisite - Statistical Methods & Data Analysis or similar course.  Students are also required to be experienced in R programming)

 

SPRING SEMESTER

 

Geographic Information Systems

GH 60201 – 3 credits

Professor Matthew Sisk

 

Advanced Qualitative Methods

GH 60612-01 – 1-2 credits

Professor Naomi Penney

 

Arthropods and Human Disease

GH 60408-01– 3 Credits

Professor Frank Collins and Professor Nicole Achee

 

Topics in Global Health – mHealth

GH 60550 – 2 credits

Professor Tom Marentette


Gender and Health
GH 60825 - 3 credits

Professor Vania Smith 
 

Global Health, Human Rights & Justice

GH 60625-02 - 1 credit

Professor Sarah Bosha

 

The Economics of Global Health

GH 60856-01 - 3 credits

Professor Margaret Triyana

 

Home and Dome

GH 63300 – 1 credit

Professors Danielle Wood, Matthew Sisk, and Mary Beckman

 

Case Studies in Global Health

BIOS 60206 – 1 credit

Professor Marie Donahue

 

Immunobiology of Infectious Diseases

BIOS 60530 – 3 Credits

Professor Jeffrey Schorey and Professor Mary Ann McDowell

 

Topics in Parasitology and Vector Biology: Medical and Veterinary Parasitology

BIOS 60579 – 3 Credits

Professor Jennifer Robichaud

 

Principles of Biochemistry

CHEM 60520 – 3 credits

Professor Patricia Clark

 

Psychology and Medicine

SCPP 43531 – 3 credits

Professors Robert White and Kathleen Kolberg

Social Factors and Sustainability
ARCH 60312 – 3 credits
Professor Kimberly Rollings 

    For the most updated version of the MSGH course offerings, please visit Class Search on InsideND.