Studying public and global health abroad gives you the chance to see how programs are implemented and managed in other communities. Compare the influence political systems, economics, and culture have on issues of public health in other countries. Learn what it takes to work with multiple cultures and institutions by connecting with people living in those systems.
- See first-hand the impact on public health as you interact with local people and medical professionals serving urban and remote communities
- Practice new field research methodologies in diverse and fragile ecosystems and develop plans to address the challenges you observe
- Discover the cultural nuances that make it more likely that members of a community will accept and implement recommended health protocols