Current Graduate Courses

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Spring 2015

MHS 300, Graduate Colloquium
Instructor: Aimi Hamraie, PhD

Introduction to graduate-level interdisciplinary work in medicine, health, and society, drawing on the perspectives of anthropology, economics, history, philosophy, political science and policy studies, psychology, religious studies, and sociology. [3]

MHS 305, Foundations in Global Health
Instructors: Douglas Heimburger, PhD., Troy Moon, PhD

Determinants of health and interventions used to better health, particularly in low-resource settings. Core research and evaluation methodologies used in the field. [3]

MHS 306, Foundational Skills in Global Health
Instructors: Carolyn Audet, PhD., Muktar Aliyu, PhD

Core field tools, needs assessment, implementation techniques, and methodologies in global health program implementation. Management and leadership of global health programs and organizations in complex and challenging environments. Underpinnings of health systems, data collection and analysis, program design, and management. [3]

MHS 311, Ethics in Global Health
Instructor: Elizabeth Heitman, PhD

Overview of ethical issues and standards in global health, particularly ethics in international research. Serves as repeat credit for students who have completed VIGH 5244 or IGHM 5244. [1]

MHS 314, Global Health Politics and Policy
Instructor: Jennifer Dyer, PhD

Global health problems facing the world’s populations today and efforts taken to improve health at a global level. Political movements of global health issues in the US and among the G8 nations from 2000-2011. Serves as repeat credit for students who have completed VIGH 5250 or IGHM 5250. [1]

MHS 320, Special Topics – Health and Disparities Research
Instructor: Hector Myers, PhD

May be repeated for credit more than once if there is no duplication in topic. Students may enroll in more than one section of this course each semester. [1-3]

Fall 2014

MHS 302, Research Workshop

Instructor: Hector Myers, PhD

MHS 310, Interdisciplinary Research Methods

Instructor: Dominique Behague, PhD

MHS 320, Special Topics in the Social Foundations of Health: Economics for Future Healthcare Professionals

Instructor: Martha Jones, PhD

MHS 369, Master’s Thesis Research

MHS 370, Thesis Research Seminar

Instructor: Jonathan Metzl, MD, PhD

MHS 390, Graduate Independent Study

MHS 393a-393b-393c, Graduate Internship

MHS 394a-394b-394c, Graduate Service Learning

Spring 2014

MHS 300, Graduate Colloquium

Instructors: Aimi Hamraie, PhD

MHS 302, Research Workshop

Instructors: JuLeigh Petty, PhD

MHS 305, Foundations in Global Health

Instructors: Douglas Heimburger, MD., Durward Moon, MD

MHS 306, Foundational Skills in Global Health

Instructors: Carol Etherington, MSN., Muktar Aliyu, MD, MPH, DrPH

MHS 311, Ethics in Global Health

Instructors: Elizabeth Heitman, PhD

MHS 313, Introduction to Medical Anthropology

Instructors: Carolyn Audet, PhD., Keith Meador, MD

MHS 314, Global Health Politics and Policy

Instructors: Jennifer Dyer, PhD

MHS 319, Laboratory Technologies in Low-Resource Settings

Instructors: David Wright, PhD., Joseph Conrad, PhD

MHS 320, Special Topics in the Social Foundations of Health: Economics for Future Healthcare Professionals

Instructors: Martha Jones, PhD

MHS 320, Special Topics in the Social Foundations of Health: Conceptual & Methodological Issues in Health Disparities Research

Instructors: Hector Myers, PhD

MHS 369, Master’s Thesis Research

MHS 390, Graduate Independent Study

MHS 393a–393b–393c, Graduate Internship

MHS 394a–394b–394c, Graduate Service Learning

Fall 2013

MHS 302, Research Workshop

Instructors: Jonathan Metzl, MD, PhD

MHS 312, Informatics for Global Health Professionals

Instructors: Kevin Johnson, MD, MS

MHS 315, Leadership Development in Global Health

Instructor: Graham Reside, PhD

MHS 369, Master’s Thesis Research

MHS 390, Graduate Independent Study

MHS 393a–393b–393c, Graduate Internship

MHS 394a-394b-394c, Graduate Service Learning