The minor in Global Health allows students to explore the international distribution of health outcomes, resources, and burdens, and the systems responsible for this distribution. Students will increase their understanding of global systems of health care delivery, and of other important systems such as international trade, governance, migration and cultural norms that underpin the forces that shift and block changes in health outcomes.  Examination of these systems will help students understand important global phenomena, from the movement of global pandemics to the world wide maldistribution of medication and health care workers to the increasing health impacts of catastrophes like political violence and climate change.