Foundations in International and Global Health
Focuses on the history and context of international and global work in health and human development sectors. Students will critically examine various models and frameworks that have traditionally been used in providing international aid. The impact of colonization and globalization on health and human development is explored including an examination of factors such as economics, politics and technology.
- Credit will be granted for only one of INTS 460, PHSP 591(if taken in the same topic).
- May be offered as a joint undergraduate and graduate class.