Steering Committee: Jeff Anderson, Ellen Block, Mani Campos, Roy Ketchum, and Brittany Merritt
The Global Health Minor at CSB/SJU is a 20 credit interdisciplinary program that teaches students to think critically about global health challenges and solutions to global health problems. The program emphasizes the contributions that the social sciences and humanities – such as anthropology, sociology, history, communications and psychology – can make to understanding human experiences of health, illness and healing.
Students with a global health minor will be prepared for a wide variety of careers both locally and internationally in healthcare, public health, non-profit work and more.
- Public Health
- Medical School
- Peace Corps/humanitarian agencies/NGOs
- International Services/development/program management/disaster relief
- Social Work/Social Services with diverse populations
- Public policy/healthcare policy/policy analyst/consultant/government agencies
- Health administration/health economics
- Public nutrition/food security