GHMT 610 - Perspectives on Global Health

Description
(This course is part of the joint UMB/UMUC Global Health certificate and to be taken by both UMB and UMUC students). The course provides an overview to the field of global health. Students analyze and respond to major global health challenges and international policies. They analyze national and trans-national health trends including major communicable and non-communicable disease burdens. Students assess World Health Organization (WHO) and other international health interventions that address the determinants of health and disease and current and emerging global health priorities, such as disaster relief and infectious diseases. They apply key legal issues, ethics, and models of reform to global health programming. Student skills are developed in analysis, leadership, teamwork and communication in a global context. Enrollment Requirements: Joint UMB Global Health Manage.
Credits
3
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Recent Semesters
Fall 2019, Fall 2018, Fall 2017
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1