With the Public Health from Global Perspectives micro-credential, you take part in a focused study of public health in global contexts. This program builds on your foundational public health knowledge and offers in-depth study of major global health issues, including social determinants of health, environmental health, non-communicable diseases, infectious disease, pandemics and more.
If you're interested in adding global health knowledge and skills to your public health expertise, this micro-credential is for you.
Activities necessary to earn this micro-credential are listed below. You must complete:
a. Activity 1 or 2, and two of activities 3 through 6.
b. Activity 1 or 2, and a project determined in consultation with the program coordinator and/or director.
For each activity, you must successfully demonstrate achievement of the program’s learning objectives by earning at least 10 out of 12 points.