The certificate in Global Health Innovation and Entrepreneurship is offered by the Keck School of Medicine in partnership with the Marshall School of Business and is designed to supplement the knowledge of those in the healthcare, health policy and administration and social entrepreneurship fields who have an interest in contributing innovative solutions to global health challenges. Completion of the certificate requires a minimum of 12 units of course work, including one elective MEDS course selected in consultation with Global Medicine advisers. Application for the certificate should be made through the MS in Global Medicine program office. More information can be obtained by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.
Required MEDS Courses
In addition to one of the courses below, students are required to complete one MEDS elective course numbered 510 or higher.