[HEAL 240] Sophomore Seminar in Health and Society


Prefaced on in-depth discussion and analysis of key readings, this survey course covers a broad spectrum of domestic and global issues in public health, including the non-medical [social] determinants of health, health literacy, and disparities in health outcomes. As a gateway requirement, this course is designed to encourage interaction between Health and Society majors and minors, laying the groundwork for future collaboration and introducing majors to possible career tracks as practitioners, analysts, consultants and social entrepreneurs in the realm of public health.

Course Title

Sophomore Seminar in Health and Society

Course Code

HEAL 240

Units

0.5

Prerequisites

Prerequisite: declared major or minor in health and society.

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