Global Health & Society

Global Health and Society at the University of Miami provides students with an interdisciplinary perspective for understanding how global health outcomes relate to society, culture, and the environment. A range of interdisciplinary courses examines emerging challenges to human health and security, differential access and adoption of evidence-based health policies, governance, practices, and interventions, and how these translate from international to community scales.


The Interuniversity Institute for Research and Development (INURED) is dedicated to improving the educational, socioeconomic and political conditions of Haiti's people. This visual ethnography documents the aftermath of Hurricane Matthew and how this region has recovered in the year following the disaster.
Earn your Master of Arts in Global Health and Society at the University of Miami. Click to learn more.
Students pursuing a bachelor's degree are encouraged to explore a minor program related to Global Health.

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