Health Care-Social Issues

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 and health care related professions. 

Visit the Health Care-Social Issues website to read more about the minor.

Warren students can use the minor in lieu of a Humanities and Fine Arts PofC.

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. Some courses in Critical Gender Studies, Literature, or Theater may be applicable as well - please check with the current courses schedule and/or an advisor.

Warren students can use the minor in lieu of a Social Sciences PofC.

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, Critical Gender Studies, Communication, Economics, Ethnic Studies, Global Health, Psychology, Sociology, or Urban Studies and Planning courses.

Law and Society

The Law and Society Program offers courses and events that emphasize the complexity and interrelationship of legal, social, and ethical issues in their historical context. The interdisciplinary minor offers students the opportunity to examine the role of the legal system in society and to study specific legal issues from the perspectives of the social sciences and the humanities. 

Students benefit from the program by learning how to analyze and understand the legal implications and ramifications of policy and decision making. The minor enriches student preparation for professional and postgraduate education in the law field.

Visit the Law and Society website to read more about the minor.

Warren students can use the minor in lieu of a Humanities and Fine Arts PofC.

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. Some courses in Critical Gender Studies or Literature may be applicable as well - please check with the current courses schedule and/or an advisor. LAWS 101 or 102S may also be applied.

Warren students can use the minor in lieu of a Social Sciences PofC.

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, Communication, Critical Gender Studies, Economics, Ethnic Studies, Linguistics, Political Science, Psychology, Sociology, or Urban Studies and Planning courses. LAWS 101 or 102S may also be applied.

South Asian Studies

The purpose of the South Asian Studies Minor is to help students understand the interconnectedness of the world and the position of South Asia in multiple nodes of connection. Through an interdisciplinary study of technology, arts, literature, economics, and both hard and social sciences, students can gain a better understanding of the region’s value in and contribution to discovery, innovation, and development.

This minor enriches students by integrating an interdisciplinary education with the multiculturalism and global citizenship that will benefit professional and postgraduate work in any field.

This is a brand-new Warren College minor that will be available to all UC San Diego undergraduate students beginning Winter 2019. Please visit the South Asia Initiative page to learn more about exciting opportunities to get involved.

Warren students can use the minor in lieu of a Humanities and Fine Arts PofC or Area Study.

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, Literature, Music, Philosophy, Religion, or Theater courses.

Warren students can use the minor in lieu of a Social Sciences PofC or Area Study.

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, Communication, Economics, Ethnic Studies, Global Health, Linguistics, or Political Science courses.