Online global health courses supplement campus offerings

Online global health courses supplement campus offerings

UC undergraduates – learn the fundamental concepts and complex issues of global health while earning credit through global health courses online

UCGHI's online courses offer UC students opportunities to dive into a topic that interests them, along with renowned global health faculty and students from all ten campuses. Topics this fall include Migration and Health, Global Population, Health and Environment, Ethics in Global Health, and more.

Developed by interdisciplinary, multi-campus teams of faculty and supported by the UC Office of the President's Innovative Learning Technology Initiative (ILTI), the online program invites students to explore and contribute to this growing discipline.  

Explore the course offerings below and check the UC Cross-Campus Enrollment portal for registration information.

Upcoming course offerings for Fall 2019

Ethics in Global Health

Introduces ethical issues in global health in both developed and developing countries, including the history of ethics, the development of ethical codes of conduct, and training in the responsible conduct of student research.

Global Population, Health and Environment

Examines concepts of demography, health, and environmental change from around the world using a planetary health framework. Engaging in current issues on the effects that our populations have on local and global environments, and the effects that our environments have on human and animal populations fosters cross-cultural and multidisciplinary problem solving.

Migration and Health

Provides an introduction to the history, current status, and future of migration and health using the social determinants of health model to foster a multidisciplinary analysis of migrant health disparities.

Read more on the course offerings at UC Cross-Campus Enrollment portal for registration information.