IDSC11H3 Issues in Global and International Health

Key global and international health issues are explored in-depth in three learning phases. We begin with a reading and discussion seminar on international/global health policy and politics. (Exact topic changes each year based on student interest and developments in the field). Next, students develop group projects designed to raise awareness around particular global and international health problems, culminating in UTSC International Health Week in the Meeting Place. The third phase --which unfolds throughout the course-- involves individual research projects and class presentations.

Prerequisite: 

8.0 credits including IDSA01H3 and IDSB04H3

Enrolment Limits: 
35
Breadth Requirements: 
Social & Behavioural Sciences