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2019-2021 Undergraduate Catalog 
2019-2021 Undergraduate Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

EXS 3304 - Global Health Policy, Practice, and Perspectives

Credits: 3 hrs
Through this course, students will explore the relationships between social, enviornmental, and political determiants, human rights, and health economics and their effects on health outcomes across the globe, Students will examine the interactions of and interactions between these factors. They will develop an understanding of facilitators and barriers to producing positive health outcomes across various cultures and settings. Students will study etiology and consequences of health inequities and power disparitie, with a focus on socioeconomic and political determinants of health. Finally, students will analyze and compare health data, healthcare policy, and delivery models across borders. Particular emphasis will be placed on global health problems related to race, gender, class, faith, and culture.  (approved by ASCC September 18, 2018) 
Pre-requisite(s): A statistical analysis course (EXS 2310  or equivalent), BIO 1305  or BIO 1313  or BIO 1340  or BIO 2304  or BIO 2311  
Student Learning Outcome: Critical Thinking, Scientific Literacy, Quantitative Literacy