USC is a major center of research, education, and training with a large capacity of multi-country reach, a strong commitment to globalization, and the founder of the Association of Pacific Rim Universities. With the most international students than any other university in the country and multiple cross-disciplinary initiatives, the University provides numerous opportunities to study and train in the global health field. The USC Institute on Inequalities in Global Health serves as a locus for education and training programs in global health. Currently, USC offers three degree tracks specific to global health and many minors and programs dedicated to complementary issues.
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