The Global Health Track at the University of Colorado School
of Medicine is designed to provide educational and experiential opportunities
for students interested in international health care.
The track is a four-year commitment, which
meets students’ MSA (Mentored Scholarly Activity, a longitudinal project) requirement for graduation and affords them the opportunity to earn
certification in Global Health.
gain a strong knowledge base of the fundamentals of global health and tropical
medicine through engaging didactic courses in their first and fourth
years. Over the summer months, students
put knowledge into practice, traveling abroad to experience the difficulty,
reward and application of international health interventions.
Simply, we hope to equip future health care
professionals with the skills needed to succeed in the Global Health Arena. We
invite you to explore, participate and support the Global Health Track.
The vision of the Global Health track is simple: provide medical students with the knowledge and skills necessary to succeed as physicians in the global health arena.
Help support our students’ research and the Global Health Track’s outreach with your donation to our general scholarship fund.
The Global Health Track is a longitudinal learning opportunity for School of Medicine students, which combines didactic and experiential learning in an engaging four-year curriculum.
The Global Health Track has established nine international partnerships with organizations around the world that provide a variety of opportunities for independent research and outreach.