Through the UW in the High School (UWHS) program, high school students can complete University of Washington courses — and earn UW credit — in their own classrooms with their own teachers. Students and teachers use UW curriculum, activities, texts, tests, and grading scales. Students earn a final grade over time; a grade does not depend on one exam. Students receive recognition for their UW work at most public institutions and many private ones.
The Department of Global Health partners with teachers at high schools to offer Introduction to Global Health: Disparities, Determinants, Policies and Outcomes (Global Health 101).
Learn more about the 2019 Glacier Peak High School Science Symposium, in which students from a UW in the High School program showcased their own global health research projects.
G H 101: Introduction to Global Health: Disparities, Determinants, Policies and Outcomes
UW credits: 5
This course provides an introduction to global health, including the burden and distribution of disease and mortality; the determinants of global health disparities; the making of global health policies; and the outcomes of global health interventions.
GH 101 is offered at:
- Redmond High School
- Tesla High School
- Glacier Peak High School
- Eagle Harbor High School
- Pope John Paul II High School
For more information for high schools interested in offering the GH 101 course, contact firstname.lastname@example.org.