The Global Health Practice concentration will prepare students for achieving a professional position in the field of global public health, such as with international, bilateral, multilateral, governmental, and non-governmental agencies. The curriculum focuses on assessment and intervention strategies useful in resolving health problems of primarily countries with low resources.
Global Health Practice students have an opportunity to select courses that focus on areas such as epidemiology, maternal and child health, disaster management, humanitarian assistance, management, social marketing and socio-cultural health.
Graduates from the Global Health Practice concentration have obtained employment at national organizations (CDC, State Health Departments, NGOs) and international organizations (USAID, International NGOs).
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