PoliticsPOLI 89 Foundations for Global and Community Health

Foundations for Global and Community Health is an interdisciplinary introduction to global and community health. It provides students with the foundational knowledge, vocabulary, and analytical tools to enter global health. It emphasizes the wide-ranging community meanings and contextual conditions shaping health from local to global scales. Co-taught by faculty from the natural sciences and social sciences, the course also introduces students to global and community health, highlighting opportunities for learning that involve collaboration and conversation between natural scientists and social scientists.

Credits

5

General Education Code

SI

Quarter offered

Fall

Instructor

Matt Sparke, William Sulliven, Grant Hertzog, Nancy Chen

Also offered as

ANTH 89

Also offered as

BIOL 89