The Global Health Program’s distance-learning courses are formal, graduate-level courses open to all APRU universities. Participating institutions enroll both students and instructors, with courses developed and managed by lead instructors from USC. The program gives APRU institution’s an opportunity to share in an interdisciplinary and collaborative curriculum, with each university collecting its own tuition.
The courses involve ten weekly live sessions in which classrooms sign on simultaneously to listen to expert guest speakers and discuss case studies from real-world examples. Students will also work with students from at least three different universities around the Pacific Rim to complete final projects.
Global Health Leadership (Fall 2017)
Global Health Ethics in Research and Practice (Fall 2017)
Future potential courses include migration and global mental health