Global Health Politics and Policy
CONCENTRATION/ELECTIVE COURSE | SISG-768 | 3 CREDITS
Beginning with an overview of the most significant health and disease issues facing the global community—including HIV, TB, malnutrition, SARS and avian flu, endemic diseases like malaria, and the growth of noncommunicable diseases like diabetes, heart disease, and cancer—this course will relate these nontraditional challenges to current theories and research in international relations. The course addresses a number of different issues in international relations and affairs, primarily from the perspective of how they interact with global and international public health.
Required for the following concentrations at masters of international relations online: