Global Public Health Minor

Minor - Global Public Health

College of Humanities & Sciences

Degree Specific Credits: 21

Required Cumulative GPA: 2.0

Catalog Year: 2018-2019

Note: Students must take all core courses from The University of Montana’s curriculum, but can receive content credit for relevant practicum and internships experience and for relevant courses taken at other universities if approved by the program director.


Required Courses6
Core Electives9
Content Electives6
Total Hours21

Required Courses

Complete all of the following courses:
BIOM 227Vectors and Parasites3
PSCI 227Global Health Issues3
Total Hours6

Minimum Required Grade: C-

Core Electives

Note: Students should select the Ethnobotany of Amerindians section of PHAR 391 and the Public Health Genetics section of PHAR 491.

Complete 9 credits from the following courses:9
Health Aspects of Aging
Social Change
Culture, Health and Healing
General Parasitology
General Parasitology Lab
Theory Practicum Community Health Education
Program Plannig in Community Health
Communication in Health Organizations
Intro Health Economics
Community & Regional Analysis
Am Ind Health Issues
Special Topics (Ethnobotany of Amerindians section)
Special Topics (Public Health Genetics section)
Philosophy & Biomedical Ethics
Politics of Global Migration
Development Administration
Social Work Global Context
Population and Society
Total Hours9

Minimum Required Grade: C-

Content Electives

Complete 6 credits from the following courses:6
Culture and Population
Special Topics
Quan Ethnographic Field Methds
Evolution and Genetic Variation in Human Populations
Mind, Culture and Society
Ethnographic Field Methods
Drugs, Culture and Society
Evolution and Society
Human Form and Function I
Human Form and Function II
Principles Medical Physiology
Microbiology for Hlth Sciences
Medical Bacteriology& Mycology
International and Development Communication
Intercultural Communication
Communication and Health
Issues in Economic Development
Health and Mind/Body/Spirit
Ecological Perspectives in Native American Traditions
Native American Beliefs/Philos
Basic Human Nutrition
Climate Policies: China & U.S.
Politics of Africa
US Multicultural Politics
Multicultural Psychology
Hum Behav & Soc Environ
S W Policy & Services
Women & Soc Action Amer
Social Work Ethics
Social Gerontology
Death, Dying and Grief
Sociology of the Family
Sociology of Poverty
Gender and Global Development
Social and Political Perspectives on Gender and Sexuality
Total Hours6

Minimum Required Grade: C-