Sexual and Reproductive Health and Public Health Program Planning
Course number: P8601
Students learn to design a viable and culturally appropriate sexual and reproductive health program, in both a U.S. and developing-country context. Students develop skills in analyzing local needs and resources; articulating program goals and objectives; designing relevant program components; planning program monitoring and evaluation; and raising funds. Readings, case examples and class discussions will focus largely on sexual and reproductive health, though students are welcome to use other areas of relevant public health practice for class discussion and assignments. Students are required to complete short periodic assignments and develop a final program proposal.