Global Health Studies Program
The Global Health Studies Program facilitates global health education for undergraduates at Yale. Although not a major, it offers courses through an interdisciplinary framework that brings together the natural sciences, the social sciences and the humanities. Students choose a major and expand their discipline with elective courses offered by the Program.
Students in several departments including Political Science, Ecology and Evolutionary Biology, History, Anthropology, Global Affairs, and Environmental Studies can pursue interdisciplinary concentrations within their respective majors, allowing them to pursue an area of study that crosses conventional disciplinary and department boundaries. For details about coursework, please consult the Director of Undergraduate Studies for your major.
B.A.–B.S./M.P.H. degree program
The select program in Public Health gives Yale College students interested in the field of public health the opportunity to earn a bachelor's degree from Yale College and an M.P.H. degree from the Yale School of Public Health in a five-year joint program.
For more details, please see the Five Year BA-BS/MPH Program for Yale College Students.