Learn more about the graduate-level distance education courses offered by APRU Global Health.
- Graduate-level, offered for credit. Courses are organized and managed by APRU.
- 5-6 universities (approximately 60 students) in at least four countries participate in each course.
- Universities sign on simultaneously once a week for two hours over 12 weeks through Adobe Connect in the fall semester.
- Interact with live guest lectures by renowned global health leaders from the World Health Organization, government, NGOs and private sector. Then discuss and review real-world case studies.
- Students work in international teams on a final project.
- Use a shared course website for announcements, readings, etc.
- Fee per university per course is $3,000 per APRU university, $5,000 per non-APRU university. Each university keeps its own tuition generated from the course.
- Global Health Leadership (Fall 2017/Spring 2018)
- Global Health Ethics in Research and Practice (Fall 2017)
- Migration (Spring 2018)
- Mental Health (Spring 2018)
- High School Short Course: Global Health Disease Detectives (Spring 2018)
“In this course, I was able to further develop many critical skills, such as communication and presentation/public speaking.”
“Live sessions were fantastic, guest speaker lineup was great and this enhanced my learning experience. I learned a lot from this class, great cohort!”
“This was the most relevant course I took during my whole program.”
“This class was by far my favorite in the time I’ve been at this university. It was such a pleasure to be able to hear about so many different organizations and how leaders in the global health field came to be in the position they are. Thank you so much for putting this class together.”
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