Public Health in Botswana
This course is a summer travel course to Gaborone, Botswana. Botswana provides an excellent case study for exploring public health in the developing world. The course will examine medical, public policy, and community aspects of public health in Botswana in order to help students understand the intricate economic, political, and social factors that shape health outcomes in Botswana as well as other countries This course will involve pre-course reading and writing, lectures and discussion led by local health care providers, public officials, policy experts, and activists in Botswana.
The program cost will be $3139-$5949, depending on the final number of students.
The Program Fee includes:
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Once a student is accepted, a $500 deposit is required to secure a spot on the program.
For more information, please contact:
Professor Debra L. DeLaet, Professor of Politics & IR