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International Health

Core Courses

Students must take all required courses each term. Beginning in the second term, students must also take one International Health elective each term. A total of 64 credits is required to complete the degree.

Required

First Term

140.621: Statistical Methods in Public Health (4 credits)
220.601: Foundations of International Health (taken on campus only)  (4)
221.840: Special Studies in Health Systems  (1)
221.860: Health Systems Seminar  (1)
313.670: Mathematical Microeconomics I  (3)
340.721.60: Epidemiologic Inference in Public Health I  (5)
550.860.82: Academic and Research Ethics (0)

Second Term

140.622: Statistical Methods in Public Health II (4)
221.860: Health Systems Seminar  (1)
313.630: Economic Evaluation I  (3)
313.643.01: Health Economics I  (3)
550.865.81: Public Health Perspectives on Research Online (2)

Third Term

140.623: Statistical Methods in Public Health III (4)
221.840: Special Studies in Health Systems  (2)
221.860: Health Systems Seminar  (1)
313.631: Economic Evaluation II  (3)
313.644: Health Economics II  (3)
221.650:  Health Policy Analysis in Low- and Middle-Income Countries or 221.652 Health Financing in Low- and Middle-Income Countries (3)

Fourth Term

221.620: Using Summary Measures of Pop. Hlth. to Improve Hlth. Systems (4)
221.651: Econometrics I  (4)
221.840: Special Studies in Health Systems  (2)
221.860: Health Systems Seminar (1)
313.632: Economic Evaluation III (3)
313.645: Health Economics III  (3)

Electives

221.627: Issues in the Reduction of Maternal and Neonatal Mortality in LMICs (4 credits)
221.639.01/81: Health Care in Humanitarian Emergencies (3)
221.646.01/81: Health Systems in LMICs (3)
221.652: Health Financing in LMICs (3) or 221.650 Health Policy Analysis in LMICs (3)
140.640.01: Statistical Methods for Sample Surveys (3)
223.687: Vaccine Policy Issues (3) 
313.861: Public Health Economics Seminar (1) 
140.632: Introduction to the SAS Statistical Package (3) 
221.617: Behavioral Economics in Health Decisions (2) 
223.680.01/81: Global Disease Control Programs and Policies (4) 
313.861: Public Health Economics Seminar (1) 
340.600: STATA Programming (2) 
380.712.01: Methods in Analysis of Large Population Surveys (3)