Global Environmental Health Concentration

This concentration aims to provide students with the conceptual and analytical tools to understand and intervene in key issues of environmental health as they are affected by the development of global society. Students will have exposure to interdisciplinary skills to recognize, evaluate, and control global environmental health problems. This concentration prepares graduates to work on environmental health projects in global health issues within governmental and non-governmental organizations, academia, and private industries.


Concentration Elective Courses  
  One of the followings: 3 units
  SOSC7310 Concepts, Theories and Institutions of Global Studies 3 units
  SOSC7320 Debating Global Society 3 units
  SOSC7330 Globalizations 3 units
  SOSC7410 Research Methods for Global Studies 3 units
  Two of the followings: 6 units
  EDUC7950 Public Health 3 units
  GEOG7310 Environmental Contaminants and Health Risk Assessment 3 units
  HIST4407 Topic Studies in Social History 3 units
  HIST7320 Contemporary China and Globalization 3 units
  POLS7100 Public Affairs and Public Policy 3 units
  SLM 7080 Health Promotion * 3 units
  SOC 7320 Health Inequalities in a Global Context 3 units
  SOSC7340 Global Civil Society 3 units
  SOSC7360 Global Urban Systems 3 units
  SOSC7370 Independent Project on Global Society 3 units
  SOSC7380 Medicine, Society and Culture: Public Health Perspectives 3 units
  SOSC7400 Professional Placement 3 units
    9 units

* Summer course

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