Global Public Health
The Global Public Health program is an interdisciplinary undergraduate program offered through collaboration among the Boston College Schools of Education, Nursing, and Social Work. The program is open to all Boston College undergraduates, and it is designed for students who wish to explore global health issues as the basis for a potential career in public health, or who wish to understand the significance of global health challenges for their own futures in other fields. The Global Public Health program has a broad vision, and an important purpose of the program is to draw together advances in the natural sciences with the insights of the humanities and social sciences.
The Global Public Health program begins with a three-course sequence that integrates foundational principles of public health with research on health topics, populations, and settings so that students can learn about the public health field and the application of skills to real-world problems.
Public Health in a Global Society
Contemporary Issues in Public Health
Public Health Practice in the Community
For more information on the Public Health curriculum, email firstname.lastname@example.org or follow us on Twitter: @PublicHealth_BC. Contact us if you want to receive our weekly global public health email.
BC Public Health Updates
Student Profile: Chiamaka Okorie
Chiamaka, CSON '17, shares take aways from her experience in Ghana this summer and in the Global Public Helalth course.
Read the story on the Updates page.
Course Three in Public Health Sequence Now Available
For more information see the Courses page.
BC Events -
This event is a part of Native American Heritage Month celebrations
Vandy Cabaret Room, 6:30 pm
Devlin 008, 5:30 pm
Sponsored by The William F. Connell School of Nursing, Boston College Global Public Heath Sequence and Medical Humanities
Gasson 210, 7:00 pm
Global Public Health Events in Boston
Boston University of Public Health
1:00 -2:00 pm
Consortium for Affordable Medical Technologies at MGH
9:30 - 11:00 am