A concentration may contain no more than 3 non-College courses.

Core Course
(1 cu) --  ONE of the these core courses is required.

ANTH 273:  Global Health: Anthropological Perspectives (HSOC 239)
HSOC 337: Race and Medicine in the Global South
HSOC 348: Current Issues in Global Health
*PUBH 519:  Introduction to Global Health

HSOC 145 (if not used as the core pre-requisite course for the major)

Regional Courses (2 cu) -- Two courses about two different regions of the world (excluding the United States). 
This is a list of courses students have used in the past, but new courses suitable for the regional requirement appear each term and students should look beyond this list for regional courses and consult with Dr. Barnes or Dr. Greene about potential choices.

AFRC 075: Africa to 1800 (HIST 075)
AFRC 076: Africa since 1800 (HIST 076)
AFRC 190: Introduction to Africa (ANTH 190, HIST 190)
ANTH 218: East Asian Cultures and Globalization         
HIST 002: Europe in a Wider World
HIST 071: Latin America, 1791-Present (LALS 071)
HIST 081: History of the Middle East since 1800 (NELC 031)
HIST 097:  History of Modern China
HIST 372: History of Foreign Aid to Africa. (AFST 372)
HSOC 107:  SciMedTech in Colonial India
HSOC 307: Globalization and Medicine in Modern South Asia
NELC 102: Introduction to Middle East 600-present
PSCI 213: Latin American Politics
SAST 001: Introduction to Modern India
SAST 008: India: Culture and Society
STSC 338: Hybrid Science: Nature, Culture and Health in Latin America

Electives - 3 cu

Petitions are welcomed for relevant courses not on these lists.

ANTH 234: Pharma and Global Health
ANTH 260: Cultures of Science and Technology
ANTH 332: Medicine and the Language of Pain
ANTH 402: Applied Research Skills in Global Community Health
ANTH 437: Cultural Models of Health (HSOC 437)
ANTH 441: Cross-Cultural Approaches
BFMD 073: Infectious Diseases
*BIOE 571: Global Health Policy: Justice, Governance and Reform
CLST 371:  Greek and Roman Medicine
GSWS 242:Science of Sex and Sexuality
*HCMG 204: Comparative Health Systems
HIST 130: History of Globalization
HSOC 059: Medical Missionaries
HSOC 112: The People's Health
HSOC 206: Doing Good
HSOC 230: Fundamentals of Epidemiology
HSOC 231: Insect Epidemiology
HSOC 232: Social Epidemiology
HSOC 251: Foundations of Public Health
HSOC 259:Complementary and Alternative Medicine
HSOC 307: Globalization and Medicine in Modern South Asia
HSOC 337: Race and Medicine in the Global South
HSOC 338: Hybrid Science
HSOC 347: Asian Medicine and Modernity
HSOC 348: Current Issues in Global Health
HSOC 421: Medicine and Development
HSOC 430: Disease and Society
*NURS 316: International Nutrition
*NURS 318: Race, Class and Gender in Health
*NURS 343 Environmental Health Issues and Global Implications
PSCI 135: Politics of Hunger (HSOC 135)
PSCI 139: Politics of Poverty and Development (HSOC 139)
PSCI 221: Health Policy and Politics in Comparative Perspective
PSCI 414 Comparative Politics of the Welfare State
RELS 409: Native American Spirituality and Health
SOCI 012: Globalization (ANTH 012)
SOCI 111: Health of Populations (HSOC 111)
SOCI 134: Health and Social Policy
SOCI 231: Global Health
STSC 107: SciMedTech in Colonial India
STSC 209: Race and Gender in Global Science
STSC 338: Hybrid Science: Nature, Health and Society in Latin America
STSC 436: Biopiracy (HSOC 436)

*=non-College course.  Students may include up to the 3 non-College courses in the concentration.

One of these may be used as an elective for Global Health
BIOL 446 Statistics for Biologists
*STAT 111 Intro Stat (this counts as a non-College course)