About the Global Health Minor
|The minor in Global Health allows students to
develop an interdisciplinary understanding of health issues in a global
context. Through a broad inventory of courses, the minor in Global Health
provides a solid foundation in, and familiarity with, social determinants of
health, epidemiology, environmental health, nutrition, data collection, and
Students undertaking the Global Health Minor explore the institutional, economic, logistic, legal, social and artistic challenges facing global health solutions, investigate the health implications of globalization, as well as address issues of social justice and development, which are crucial to understanding the determinants of health issues around the world.
Through completing the Global Health Minor, students will be able to:
Faculty associated with the Global Health Minor come from across UCLA from such areas as the College of Letters and Science, the School of Arts and Architecture, the David Geffen School of Medicine, and the Fielding School of Public Health, allowing for a truly multidisciplinary minor. With courses from over forty departments, the minor spans the breadth of the global health field.
Program Requirements & Courses: