This course provides students with an overview of global health, with particular emphasis on the determinants of health, health indicators, human rights, globalization, current socio-cultural factors, health care and public health systems.
The course will be taught by UT School of Nursing faculty member Dr. Jane Champion as an online cohort course, providing a special opportunity for students all over the world to earn credit while exploring current global health issues.
This is a semester-based online course, with no face-to-face meetings. All students will be required to a take a scheduled, proctored final exam on Wednesday, August 7. Students are responsible for securing authorized proctors; additional proctoring fees may apply. Students in foreign countries and rural U.S. locations far from college testing centers must ensure they will be able to arrange for proctoring before registering for the course.
This course meets the requirements for the
Global Cultures Flag. If you wish to receive flag credit for this course, you must submit a petition to the School of Undergraduate Studies. Please contact your academic advisor if you have any questions about Global Cultures Flag credit.
Instructor: Jane Dimmitt Champion, PhD, DNP, MA, FNP, AH-PMH-CNS, FAAN
Official UT Course Description: Overview of global health, with emphasis on the determinants of health, health indicators, human rights, globalization, current socioeconomic factors, health care systems, and public health systems.