UCSF residents and graduate-level healthcare professionals who wish to formally incorporate global health into their professional careers can enroll in one of two Pathway to Discovery in Global Health programs.
The GHCSP program core activities include:
Students who wish to continue their education in global health after completing the core Pathway to Discovery in Global Health requirements can apply for the UCSF Masters of Science degree in Global Health Sciences.
The Masters of Science in Global Health Sciences is a full-time one-year program that includes three quarters of course work and one quarter of field experience at a national or international site. The degree will specifically focus on scholarly, publishable research, or project implementation or evaluation as a means of fostering entry into global health careers.
A variety of fellowship and funding opportunities are available for trainees at the Central Pathways Funding Agency.