May 21, 2018
The state of Texas leads the U.S. in the number of refugees and has an extensive range of border health problems which represent a significant array of global health issues. This certificate not only address local global health concerns, but also the international topics involving the political economy of health, environmental issues, community health, veterinary and zoonotic health, and international disease epidemiology.
Who Should Attend?
This certificate is designed for public health professionals to improve their global focus, including industrialized rather than only developing or underdeveloped countries. The coursework includes emerging issues related to the globalization of health, including climate change, immigration, global epidemics; social injustice, ease of travel in the world, porous borders, and the international nature of health care. Upon completion of the Certificate, students earning a grade of B or better in each course who are admitted to the MPH program may apply all fifteen credit hours to their degree.
Under an inter-professional education arrangement, clinical students in the Texas College of Osteopathic Medicine, the Physician's Assistant program, and the Doctor of Pharmacy program are eligible to complete this certificate by completing the five required courses (instead of electives) as listed below.
Global Health Graduate Certificate Curriculum
Required Courses (15 SCH)
Core Courses (9 SCH) + Elective Courses (6 SCH) = 15 SCH
Elective Courses (6 SCH)
Choose two from the courses listed below.
*Not all courses may be available in the online format
Required Courses (6 SCH) for TCOM, PA, PharmD, and External Clinicians
- International Placement
- Special Topics in International Medicine
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3500 Camp Bowie Blvd
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- Bachelors degree or its equivalent from a recognized institution
- Official transcripts from all colleges and universities attended
- Complete Application
- Application fee
- Current Resume or Curriculum Vitae (CV)
- Mail application, application fee and request official transcripts to be sent to:
The certificate programs do not qualify for Federal Financial Aid programs.
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