MPH in Global Health
Global Health MPH students on a class field trip to the Duwamish River Superfund site.
Our Global Health MPH program emphasizes a social justice approach to global health with a focus on the social, economic, and political determinants of health, and the history and context of global responses to health problems. Our curriculum is highly interdisciplinary, with faculty and courses from across campus including natural and social sciences and the humanities. Case studies and applied learning are common approaches, and contributions by students provide a major component of the learning environment.
Academic coursework culminates with independent scholarship leading to a thesis of publishable quality. A listing of recent graduates and their thesis titles can be found on the below webpages.
List of Graduate Thesis Projects:
MPH graduate Ibrahim Ali of Ghana and Department Chair King Holmes on graduation day. (Photo by Bliss Ali).