Diagnosing Health Behaviors for Global Health Programs is an online course offered by Johns Hopkins University. The goal of this course is to review the Health Belief Model, the Social Learning Theory, the Theory of Reasoned Action, the Transtheoretical Model and the PRECEDE Framework as they relate to successful public health interventions in behavioral health. This course will also examine the behavior of individuals in depth, in addition to how the Ecological Model influences individual behavior. Other topics covered in this course include the dimensions of health and individual behavior, perspective, and interpretations that influence behavioral health. This beginner level course lasts 4 weeks, with each module consisting of videos, reading, and graded assignments. All graded assignments must be passed to complete the course.