Minor in Medical Humanities and Social Sciences
The minor in Medical Humanities and Social Sciences provides students with an interdisciplinary curriculum that draws from the studies of rhetoric, literature, communication, philosophy, ethics, history, culture, psychology, political science, and sociology. Thus, the minor complements majors from all Humanities, Social Sciences, and Allied Health disciplines. It prioritizes student success and access by preparing them for advanced study or careers in medicine, healthcare policy or law, public health, social work, patient navigation and advocacy, healthcare administration, and health communication, among others.
|Minor in Medical Humanities and Social Sciences|
|MHSS 3300||Foundations of the Medical Humanities and Social Sciences||3|
|MHSS 4350||Medical Humanities & Social Sciences Capstone||3|
|Select four from the following:|
|Interpersonal Health Communication|
|Studies in Rhetoric|
|Topc in Hist of Sci & Medicine|
|Philosophy of Psych and Mind|
|Death and Dying|
|Sociology Of Health & Illness|
|Spanish for Health Professions|
Note: None of the courses taken by MHSS minors may be used to satisfy the requirements of any other major or minor. All students must receive a "C" in all minor courses and maintain a 2.0 GPA overall.