Global Health Minor
|HSCI 330||GLOBAL HEALTH||3|
|HSCI 431||INTERNATIONAL HEALTH||3|
|HSCI 440||EPIDEMIOLOGY (ALSO LISTED AS ENVS 440)||3|
|HSCI 450||ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH (ALSO LISTED AS ENVS 450)||3|
|Select one of the following:||3-4|
|CULTURAL ENVIRONMENT OF HEALTH|
|INTERNATIONAL LAW, ETHICS, AND GLOBAL GOVERNANCE|
This minor requires online courses and is available to all Linfield students regardless of campus. Planning is required because the limitation of one online course per semester for on-campus students will be enforced, no matter when the minor is declared.
Student Learning Outcomes
In successfully completing a minor in Global Health, a student will:
- demonstrate an understanding of theories, concepts and practices of 21st Century Health Administration, including social determinants of health, population health, planning and policy, the use of digital information to improve prevention and health care delivery, leadership, integrated health systems, cultural and organizational behavior and how these concepts and theories are applied in various global health and/or health care settings;
- identify the basic principles of project management and apply them in a health or health care setting;
- examine the social and cultural significance of health in society, locally, in the US, and globally;
- analyze both health policy and practical issues related to the field of global health; and
- experience health and/or health care in 2 different global health or health care settings.