Global Health

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Master of Science in Global Health

The Master of Science in Global Health provides science-centric training in the emerging field of global health. Through hands-on experience, students will be able to make connections between classroom training in global health topics and the real health needs of the world’s poor and underserved. Graduates will be prepared to serve in capacities that make a positive contribution to improving global health standards, especially for the poor and vulnerable. More importantly, beyond recognizing the burden of disease, students are prepared to make a positive contribution to alleviating this burden through research, training, or service.


View the videos to see where the classes of 2014 and 2015 conducted their field work.

Contact:

Katherine Taylor, Ph.D.
Director of Global Health Training
Eck Institute for Global Health
120 Brownson Hall
(574) 631–5617
globalhealth.nd.edu/masters