Deolalikar: The plan is that initially we would be
offering a masters of global health. We are working on both a one-year masters
and a two-years master's degree. Students would be taking classes from across
all the 10 campuses, either physically or virtually. There would be a field
project involved. This would be a requirement so that students would actually
go out and spend a certain amount of time in the field, either working a
specific global health issue in a developing country or right here in the
United States, or even in California itself.
Narrator: For Science Today, I'm Larissa Branin.