University of Washington School of Public Health
Minor in Global Health
The purpose of the minor in Global Health is to give undergraduates an opportunity to become familiar with the major problems and policy issues in global health. Students participating in the minor will be able to understand and discuss the determinants of global health and global responses to health problems, including health systems.
People with Global Health Minors pursue a variety of careers in the world of policy, service, and the sciences, among many others.
At a Glance
UW enrolled students wishing to declare the Global Health Minor must: a) have completed 45 credits and b) have a declared major.