The Uganda Health and Disease Field Experience Program is a three-credit intensive field experience that provides students in health-related disciplines the opportunity to learn about important health issues, including nutrition, maternal and child health, and infectious diseases. During the program, students will spend time in community-based health care centers and will visit hospitals, nutritional units, and schools. In addition, students interact with faculty, staff, and students from Makerere University, Mulago Hospital, and other institutions and non-governmental organizations. Throughout the program, participants will be introduced to the life, health, disease, and culture of Uganda.

2012 Field Course Syllabus

For additional information including the application, please visit the Study Abroad site here: Uganda