INTL-I 426 ADVANCED TOPICS IN INTERNATIONAL STUDIES (3 CR.)
In-depth study and analysis of an international problem, culminating in a research project. Topics vary.
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Regular Academic Session / In Person
SEM 12965: Total Seats: 24 / Available: 20 / Waitlisted: 0
- TOPIC: International Healthcare Systems
- Above class meets with a section of INTL-I 502
Topic: Internat'l healthcare systems
Topic: INTERNATIONAL HEALTHCARE SYSTEMS. The course will provide the student with a general overview of basic healthcare systems currently employed around the world. The first half of the course will explore the basic types of healthcare systems and structures. Consideration will be given to the history of government control of healthcare. The student will submit a short paper on a specific country's healthcare system. The second half of the course will employ a country by country evaluation of world healthcare systems utilizing guest speakers from the representative country as appropriate. The history, economics, accessibility, and outcomes of each country will be discussed. A group presentation project will address building a healthcare system using comparative models as the basis for creation. The course will end with a look at applying an understanding of world healthcare systems to industry.