Student ID:__________________________ Student Name:_______________________ Adviser Name:_______________________ Catalog: 2021-22 College of Liberal Arts Program: Global Health Minor Minimum Credits Required:__________________

Global Health Minor

The global health minor focuses on issues effecting community health at home and around the globe, revealing that health and poverty are frequently linked and that health issues may not respect political boundaries. The program draws courses from anthropology, biology, communication studies, critical media and cultural studies, economics, English, environmental studies, history, pre-medicine studies, mathematics, physical education, political science, and psychology to explore health related issues from a variety of methodological and topical perspectives.

Minor Requirements

Six (6) courses are required: three (3) core courses and three (3) elective courses. Two (2) of the required three (3) electives must be at the 300 level or higher.

It is recommended, but not required, that students take a statistics course such as BIO 342, MAT 219, ECO 221, PSY 250, or BUS 236 .

Core Courses (required)

Course NameCrs:Term TakenGradeGen Ed
GBH 200 - Introduction to Public Health
GBH 310 - Introduction to Global Health or ANT 310 Introduction to Global Health 
GBH 350 - Health Equity

Prereq(s): GBH 200 or GBH 310 


Three (3) of the following courses

Elective Courses

Course NameCrs:Term TakenGradeGen Ed
ANT 301 - Nutrition and Health
ANT 395 - Topics in Anthropology
ANT 306 - Medicine and Culture

Prereq(s): Completion of one ANT or BIO course.

BIO 229 - Microbiology

Prereq(s): BIO 121 and CHM 120 6.

BIO 246 - Human Physiology

Prereq(s): BIO 121.

BIO 342 - Biostatistics

Prereq(s): BIO 121.

CMC 320 - Political Economy of Body and Food
COM 330 - Health Communication
COM 340 - Health Policy and Advocacy Communication
COM 355 - Global Health Communication
ENG 190 - Texts and Contexts
PED 201 - Physiology of Exercise and Performance
PHI 290 - Medical Ethics
POL 223 - Power and Diplomacy: The United Nations
POL 316 - Social and Political Applied Ethics
POL 335 - Global Health and Human Rights

Prereq(s): POL 130