Global Health Minor

anthropologist working on laptop with lab equipmentThe global health program is an interdisciplinary minor. The minor combines courses in anthropology, political science, geography, religious studies, philosophy, health science, nutrition, economics, history, and others. Students are required to complete at least 18 credits that will introduce them to the principles of global health.

Students are also expected to conduct an experiential learning component such as study abroad, undergraduate research, or service learning. At least 3 credits in a foreign language (200+ level) are also required as an ancillary requirement for the minor.

For additional details about coursework, see the UA Undergraduate Catalog.

Declaring a Minor in Global Health

The Global Health minor is open to all UA undergraduate students. The ancillary requirements of the program include 3 credits of foreign language at the minimum of a 202 level. Students are expected to formally declare the Global Health minor with the assistance of the Global Health program director, Dr. Lisa Pawloski.