Under the trend of globalization, various public health issues are faced with both local and international challenges. In order to protect and improve populations health, interdisciplinary local actions with a global view is essential in designing intervention strategies. This introductory course aims to provide an overview of theories, analytical tools, and hands-on practice in global health. The three-hour classes consist of lectures, group discussion facilitated by the TAs, group presentation, and opportunities to have hands-on experiences. Various topics are addressed by invited speakers with different area of expertise in global health, including environmental and occupational health, gender and health, mental health, aging, health systems, work at non-governmental organizations (NGOs), and so on. Upon completing the course, students are expected to obtain knowledge on public health sciences with a global perspective and increase capacities in interdisciplinary reasoning, team work and communication skills under a wide range of global health topics.