Global Health and Development Minor Program Information
Public Health Undergraduate Advisor
Lamb Hall 51G
P.O. Box 70623
Johnson City, TN 37614
Contact: mckeehan@ etsu.edu
The Global Health and Development minor seeks to provide students with an interprofessional curriculum focused on global issues and to prepare students to work more effectively in global settings. The minor is framed around students completing 13 credit hours of core courses, 9 credit hours of guided elective courses, and developing a professional portfolio. Students will complete elective courses in one topic area of global health and development (education, health, environment, agriculture, youth development, or community economic development).