The Graduate Certificate in Global Health, offered by the Global Health Institute, is designed to equip graduate students with the basic skills necessary to function effectively in global health practice. Recognizing the critical role of multi-disciplinary education in global health, electives and internships will be expected by student involvement with various other colleges and schools of the university.
The Global Health Certificate draws from competencies and learning objectives reflected by 11 broad domains of global health developed by the Consortium of University for Global Health’s (CUGH) Education Committee. These broad domains include global burden of disease, social and environmental determinants, economic development, global health policies, health systems capacity strengthening, ethics, health equity, professional practice, strategic analysis, collaboration and communication.
You can find the full list of competencies and learning outcomes here.