The Global Health Certificate requires a minimum of 15 credits (7 required credits and 8 credits of electives.) The Certificate can be completed part time, over 4 terms. Students are encouraged, but not required to start with PubH 6108 Foundations of Global Health offered online fall term. Students have four years to complete the Certificate.
Coursework incorporates the global health practice domains as established by the Associations of Schools and Programs in Public Health.
- Capacity strengthening, collaborating and partnering
- Ethical reasoning and professional practice; health equity and social justice
- Program management and strategic analysis; and
- Socio-cultural and political awareness
Complete 15 credits:
Required courses (5 cr):
PUBH 6108 – Foundations of Global Health (2 cr) or PUBH 6134 – Sustainable Development and Global Public Health (2 cr)
PUBH 6131 – Working in Global Health (2 cr)
PUBH 6231 – Global Health Capstone (1 cr)
Applied Practice Experience (2 cr):
Take 2 credits of field experience related to global health, either PUBH 7296 – Applied Practice Experience: Public Health Practice or Other Applied Practice Experience course in the SPH. Please consult with the Global Health certificate program staff about seeking approval.
Electives (8 Credits):
Students must complete a minimum of 8 elective credits. Choose from the approved list, or select other global health-related courses in consultation with the Global Health certificate staff.