International Health Specialization
The International Health specialization prepares students to work in health policy and management worldwide and in diverse cultures.
You'll learn how health institutional structures and managerial processes vary around the world and gain a comparative interdisciplinary foundation that bridges cutting-edge conceptual thinking, critical analytical techniques, and concrete health management skills. And you'll graduate ready to appreciate and respond to the critical challenges of implementing complex health policies and programs in varying contexts.
Below is an overview of the required coursework. For detailed information, view the program checksheet
DEGREE CORE COURSES
Students Must Take One of the Following Courses:
Students Must Take Six Credits from the Following Courses:
International Health Faculty
Students may choose electives from a wide array of Wagner courses.