Puebla: Global Health
HHP 3010 International Perspectives on Health and Culture of Mexico
(*it is also possible to get Honors credit. Please contact the course instructor for more details)
This course carries “I” (international) credit
March 16-25, 2018
Dr. Bridget Miller, email@example.com, 405.744.7680, 427 Willard
The purpose of this course is to help students develop an understanding of Mexican history and culture through an organized in-country experience. Students will explore a number of museums in both Puebla and Mexico City along with educated guides. They will also visit local historical sites and live/work in a migrant community.
While the course will focus on health from a broad perspective, it would be appropriate for students of all majors who may be interested in health (medicine, nursing, physical therapy, public health, physiology, athletic training, nutrition, psychology, counseling, sociology, business, etc.) to participate in this course.