Curriculum for the Major in Global Studies with a Concentration in Global Public Health (GPH)
GPH Track Required Courses:
--Three Core Courses in Global Studies (9 credits): Choose 3 courses from the following 4 areas: Global History, Global Humanities, Global Cultures (Anthropology/Society), and Global Diagnostics (Quantitative). Titles and course numbers vary from semester to semester. Ex. ANTH 1010 or 1050, HIST 2002, GSGS 3030, and PLCP 1500 or STAT 2020
--Four PHS Required Courses (12 credits):
- PHS 3130 and/or 3103 - Intro Health Res. Methods or Intro to Epidemiology
- PHS 3825 Global Public Health: Challenges & Innovations
- PHS 4050 Public Health Law, Ethics & Policy: Global Perspectives
- PHS 4991 Capstone Seminar
--Three Electives (9 credits): electives must be preapproved for each student
These courses will be selected carefully in consultation with an advisor, taking into account the student’s language proficiency, topic interests, or concentration in a world area. PHS Study Abroad courses in Summer or J-Term may be used.
One (1) course beyond the 2020 level of any language taught at UVA (or in an approved study-abroad program)
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If a student has reached the 2020 level in one language but does not want to go further with that language, the student can satisfy the requirement by studying a second language and reaching the 1020 level.
We highly recommend a meaningful global experience directly related to the student's individualized global health focus. The U.S. may be an appropriate site.
** The information contained on this website is for informational purposes only. The Undergraduate Record and Graduate Record represent the official repository for academic program requirements. These publications may be found at http://records.ureg.virginia.edu/index.php.