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The minor in global health is a transdisciplinary program designed for students who seek a broad and flexible set of skills for understanding contemporary health challenges and thinking about how they might best be solved. Global health is understood in the anthropological sense, meaning ways of understanding and addressing disease, health and well-being that can incorporate all cultures, places and time and that can integrate knowledge of health's social, historical, biological and ecological dimensions.
Global Health (Minor)
Liberal Arts & Sciences, The College of
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The global health minor is comprised of 18 credit hours, with a minimum of 12 credit hours being upper-division. See full requirements here.