Global Health

Learn more about the global health degree program at Rollins College.

Overview

Pursue a minor that positions you for a career in one of the fastest-growing economic sectors: public health.

Immerse yourself in a broad variety of courses in the subjects of anthropology, biology, communication studies, economics, English, environmental studies, history, pre-medicine studies, mathematics, physical education, political science, and psychology.

Courses will include: Introduction to Public HealthIntroduction to Epidemiology, and Introduction to Global Health

Electives can include: Bacteria, Viruses, and HumansHealth Policy and Advocacy CommunicationPlagues, Pests, and Policies: A History of Public Health in the United States

Additionally, you’ll have opportunities to put your education into practice through Immersion programs dealing with migrant workers’ health, inner city public health concerns, and field studies abroad.

Studying global health can lead to careers in medicine, public health, hospital administration, law, and policy, and educates students for global citizenship by focusing coursework on critical thinking for problem-solving.

Minor Requirements

Visit the Rollins catalogue to access the program requirements

Contact

Dr. Shan-Estelle Brown
Assistant Professor of Anthropology
Cornell Social Sciences Building - Room 101
1000 Holt Ave. – 2761
Winter Park, FL 32789
T: 407.646.2626
sbrown1@rollins.edu

Dr. Nolan Kline
Assistant Professor of Anthropology
Cornell Social Sciences Building – Room 102
1000 Holt Ave. – 2761
Winter Park, FL 32789
T. 407.646.2699
nkline@rollins.edu