As of Fall 2017, the new global health minor has been released! The minor is designed to engage students interested in global public health. The minor allows students to explore health, illness, and disease from global, historical, and sociocultural perspectives. Undergraduates have the opportunity to learn about health using an interdisciplinary focus from a myriad of departments, classes, and professors. Students have the ability to learn about social and cultural determinants of health, epidemiological and statistical methods, environmental and biological factors, as well as the role of institutional actors setting the Global Health agenda. Students will also be expected to conduct an internship or field experience that serves as the culmination of acquired knowledge of the global public health curriculum.