The Seminar will cover key issues in public health through a comparison between the public health systems of Argentina and the United States. Some key issues include questions of universal health care, inequalities in access of care, and a consideration of each system’s objectives and organization. Students visit public and health institutions and observe public health activities and meetings with health professionals.
The CAPA Global Business Institute offers a highly focused, intensive business curriculum alongside internship placements in the business industry as a Certificate Program. Upon completion of the classes and practical experience, students will receive a Certificate demonstrating their proficiency in a specialized subject. Partnering with University of Pittsburgh’s College of Business Administration, students can personalize the courses to best fit their personal and professional goals. The Institute in Florence is an ideal place to study global business due to Florence’s history as a center of economic development. Thanks to tourism and industries such as metalwork, textile, chemistry, glass/ceramics, pharmaceuticals, and jewelry, Florence’s economy remains steady. Mostly supported by smaller companies, Florence also has some big name appeal in internationally known corporations like Gucci. Through exploring Florence, the home to the Renaissance, students encounter diversity in neighborhoods with distinctive shops, art, restaurants, and lifestyle. Students can earn a Certificate in their desired topic or Florence’s focus of Human Resources.
Located in the Santa Croce neighborhood of Florence, the CAPA Florence Program hosts students to attend classes and soak up history and culture in the center of the city’s traditional art quarter. As a completely walk able city, students experience the rich history of the renaissance city around every corner. In Florence, learning does not stop at the classroom door. Students have endless world-renowned museums to visit as well as access to the library at the British Institute, which is home to more than 50,000 English books. Through exploring Florence, the home to the Renaissance, students encounter diversity in neighborhoods with distinctive shops, art, restaurants, and lifestyle.