Global Health and Social Medicine Minor

The Global Health and Social Medicine minor will explore the relationship between human rights and health and pays special attention to the factors contributing to health inequities locally and globally. The skills and training that students will receive in the Global Health and Social Medicine minor are transferable to careers in a variety of health-related fields including medicine, nursing, public health, and social work. The minor requires the completion of 18 credits.

Requirements

ANT 2100Introduction to Anthropology3
ANT 3400Medicine, Health and Society3
ANT/GLS/PH 3410Global Health3
ANT 5400Anthropology of Health and Illness3
Select two of the following:6
Globalization: Theories, Practices, Implications
Anthropology of Age
Applied Anthropology
Economics of Health Care
Introduction to Development Economics
American Medicine in the Twentieth Century
Science, Technology, and Society
Epidemiology
Social and Behavioral Aspects of Public Health
Special Topics in Health Disparities
Ethical Issues in Health Care
Environmental Policy and Politics
Biopolitics
Human Rights
Health Psychology
Human Sexuality
Psychology of Adult Development and Aging
Women and Health
Introduction to Medical Sociology
Health and Life Course
Sociology of Urban Health
Total Credits18