This interdisciplinary program is designed to enhance student competence in analyzing complex social and ethical implications of health care issues. By taking courses in the minor, students gain an understanding of how the economy, culture, technology, sociological, and psychological processes affect modern health care.
The program enriches student preparation for professional and postgraduate education in health care professions. Visit the Health Care-Social Issues website to read more about the minor.
You must complete all minor requirements and at least 4 of the 7 classes taken for the minor must be chosen from the approved History or Philosophy courses.
You must complete all minor requirements and at least 4 of the 7 classes taken for the minor must be chosen from the approved Anthropology, Cognitive Science, Contemporary Issues, Economics, Ethnic Studies, Psychology, Science, Technology, and Public Affairs, Sociology, or Urban Studies and Planning courses.