The University of Iowa's Global Health Studies Program is a model of interdisciplinary education that engages students and faculty in real world health problems, and challenges them to embark on global health careers which place a priority on improving health and achieving equity in health for all people worldwide. Graduate students from a wide-range of disciplines complete our certificate, and our graduates find opportunities in a range of global health job sectors such as:
In-country field consultants
Disaster relief organizations
Immigrant/refugee health organizations
Research and academic institutions
Other non-governmental agencies (NGOs)
Lending agencies that do work in developing countries
Multi-lateral agencies (such as WHO)
Governmental agencies (USAID, CDC, in-country ministries of health, etc.)
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