Global Public Health Minor

Minor - Global Public Health

Interdisciplinary Minor

The Global Public Health (GPH) Minor, an inter-disciplinary program, is for students of any major who want to engage with timely global issues.  Public health across the world is intertwined with economics, politics, data science, environmental science, history, medicine, information technology, and many other disciplines. The GPH minor helps prepare tomorrow’s professionals to thrive while facing global challenges.

Degree Specific Credits: 21

Required Cumulative GPA: 2.0

Catalog Year: 2022-23

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.

Summary

Required Courses

6

Core Electives

9

Content Electives

6

Total Hours

21


Required Courses

Code

Title

Hours

Complete all of the following courses:

PSCI 377

Global Health Issues

3

PUBH 155

Reimagining Global Health: Biosocial Perspectives

3

Total Hours

6

Minimum Required Grade: C-


Core Electives

Code

Title

Hours

Complete 9 credits from the following courses; 3 credits from each of the following sub areas:

9

Core Public Health and Community Health Perspectives:

3

CHTH 414

Health and Culture: A Global Perspective

CHTH 445

Program Planning in Community Health

PUBH 101

Introduction to Public Health

PUBH 225

Public Health Policy

PUBH 475E

Public Health Ethics

Core Sociocultural, Communication and Economic Perspectives:

3

ANTY 433

Indigenous Global Health & Healing

COMX 425

Communication in Health Organizations

COMX 483

Communication for Social and Behavior Change

ECNS 310

Intro to Health Economics

PSCI 431

Politics of Global Migration

PSCI 463

Development Administration

Core Biomedical Perspectives:

3

AHHS 430

Health Aspects of Aging

BIOM 227

Vectors and Parasites

BIOM 427

General Parasitology

BIOM 428

General Parasitology Lab

BIOM 460

Ecology of Infectious Diseases

PHAR 320

Am Ind Health Issues

PHL 321E

Philosophy & Biomedical Ethics

Total Hours

9

Minimum Required Grade: C-


Content Electives

Code

Title

Hours

Complete 6 credits from the following courses if not taken to complete a core elective requirement:

6

AHHS 430

Health Aspects of Aging

ANTY 422

Mind, Culture and Society

ANTY 433

Indigenous Global Health & Healing

BIOH 112

Human Form and Function I

BIOH 113

Human Form and Function II

BIOH 462

Principles Medical Physiology

BIOM 227

Vectors and Parasites

BIOM 402

Medical Bacteriology & Mycology

BIOM 427

General Parasitology

BIOM 428

General Parasitology Lab

BIOM 435

Virology

BIOM 460

Ecology of Infectious Diseases

CHTH 414

Health and Culture

CHTH 445

Program Planning in Community Health

COMX 204X

International and Development Communication

COMX 415

Intercultural Communication

COMX 425

Communication in Health Organizations

COMX 483

Communication for Social and Behavior Change

COMX 485

Interaction and Well-being

ECNS 217

Issues in Economic Development

ECNS 310

Intro to Health Economics

ECNS 320

Public Finance

ECNS 450

Adv. Topics in Economic Dev.

GPHY 121S

Human Geography

GPHY 468

Community & Regional Analysis

GPHY 469

Planning & Analysis Laboratory

HTH 430

Health and Mind/Body/Spirit

NUTR 221N

Basic Human Nutrition

PHAR 320

Am Ind Health Issues

PHL 321E

Philosophy & Biomedical Ethics

PSCI 324

Climate Policies: China & U.S.

PSCI 348

US Multicultural Politics

PSCI 431

Politics of Global Migration

PSCI 448

Health Care Policy

PSCI 463

Development Administration

PSYX 362

Multicultural Psychology

PUBH 101

Introduction to Public Health

PUBH 225

Public Health Policy

PUBH 475E

Public Health Ethics

PUBH 498

Internship

S W 300

Hum Behav & Soc Environ

S W 410E

Social Work Ethics

S W 423

Addiction Studies

S W 455

Social Gerontology

S W 475

Death, Dying and Grief

Total Hours

6

Minimum Required Grade: C-