The interdisciplinary minor helps you grasp how legal, economic, and political institutions influence the production, distribution and delivery of health care services, provides you with a foundation in epidemiological principles, and teaches you how to evaluate and apply the principles of scientific integrity.
In order to complete the requirements for the Health and Human Values interdisciplinary minor, you must take six courses, including two core requirements and four electives. You are also strongly encouraged to take one class that offers an applied experience in a health care setting. You are invited to suggest courses for your Health and Human Values Interdisciplinary Minor and major that are not included in the course list. The director of the program must grant permission.
View the College Catalog for requirements and course descriptions.