Global Health Minor
The UCSF School of Nursing Global Health Minor offers students the opportunity to examine nursing issues that affect the global community, ranging from infectious diseases and health systems in other countries, to refugee concerns within the Bay Area. With a focus on population health, health disparities and program planning, this minor prepares students to become experts and leaders in nursing care at the local, national and international level. With a focus on population health, health disparities and program planning, this minor prepares students to become experts and leaders in nursing care at the local, national and international level.
Those students wishing to receive certification of the completion of the minor must register with the Center for Global Health, by complete the online Global Health Minor enrollment form here. Please update your enrollment by completing the form as you fulfill the requirements.
Students are required to take 3 courses with a minimum of 6 units to complete the minor.
Students must complete GHS 101 and at least one Tier 2 course
Remaining credits should be obtained by taking elective courses.
Courses may not overlap with the requirements of the student’s specialty or with the requirements to fulfill another minor.
- Note: Not all courses are taught each year, so students will need to determine how to complete the minor given their program requirements by checking the course schedule and course catalog when registering for classes each quarter. If a student identifies a course of interest offered by another department or school (e.g., UC Berkeley, Stanford), s/he can petition to have it count toward the minor prior to enrolling. These requests should be made to the Global Health Minor coordinator, Emily Hall at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Courses being offered in the upcoming quarter are listed below.
Tier 1: Required course
Faculty of Record
Introduction to Global Health
C. Stewart & E. Hall
Tier 2: One of the following courses is required
Diseases of Global Importance
K. Baltzell & E. Hall
Global Women's Health
L. Thompson & N. Diamond-Smith
Global Health and Aging
2 or 3
|N248||Diseases of Global Importance||Winter||2|
K. Baltzell and E. Hall
Tier 3: Electives
Global Community Health Planning & Interventions
Care of High-Risk Populations I
Care of High-Risk Populations II
Global & Comparative Perspectives on Health Care Systems/Policy
HIV: Epidemiology, Policy, and Prevention
Disaster Preparedness and Response
Farmworker Primary Health Care
Global and Local Health Disparities and Inequalities
Corporate Influences in Health and Health Care
2 or 3
Tobacco Control Policy Issues
|N260H||Global Health Policy and Nursing||Spring||2||C. Dawson-Rose and S. Chapman|
|Pediatrics 170.01C||Special Issues in Healthcare: Global Health Interest Group||Fall||1||T. Kelly|
|N249||Communicating with the Latino Patient||Fall||1||P. Bernal de Pheils|
|GHS211||Clinical Scholars Program||Summer||4.5||Stewart|
|N460||Global Health Practicum||various||2.8||various|
For more information or questions, please contact the Global Health Minor Coordinator:
Emily Hall, RN, MSN, MPH
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Updated: August 2016