Public Health Electives

 

 

Public Health Electives

Additional courses may be approved by a Public Health Program Coordinator.

Global and Cross-Cultural Perspectives on Health

  • ANTH 3072CBL: Medicines and Meanings
  • ASIA 3056/PH 3008: Maternal and Child Health in S.E. Asia
  • ASIA 3058/PH 3010: COVID in Asia
  • BIOL 412/GS 412: Cross-Cultural Healing
  • FR 3047/AFS 3045/ ENG 3064: Zombies, Epidemics and Illnesses in the Francophone World
  • GS 264: Global Public Health: Critical Approaches
  • HIST/AFS 294: Medicine and Empire
  • HIST 4017/AFS 4015: Health and Healing in Africa
  • PH 3002: Health Behavior and Promotion
  • PH 4003: Population Approaches to Mental Health
  • REL 3039/ASIA 3054: Yoga Transformations

Critical Humanistic Perspectives on Health 

  • ANTH 4020: Anthropology of the Body
  • EDUC/GNDR 325: Sexuality Education
  • EDUC 4014: Great (S)expectations
  • FILM 3097: Being&TimeFrancophoneCinema
  • FRPG 2181: Health, Disease, and Death
  • HIST 3107/ANTH 3073: The Black Death
  • HIST 3097: Public Health in History
  • PCA 335/GNDR 335: Sex Talk
  • PCA 343/GNDR 343: Taboo Performances
  • PCA 370: Against Health: Rhetoric & the Health Humanities
  • PH 3009: Introduction to the Health Humanities
  • PHIL 354: Bioethics w/CBL
  • REL 3024: Women, Religion, and Food

Scientific Perspectives on Health 

  • ANTH 270: Plagues and Peoples
  • ANTH 4024: Paleoepidemiology
  • BIOL 258: Ethnobotany
  • BIOL 370: Hormones, Disease and Development
  • BIOL/NRSCI 388: Drugs and the Brain w/ Lab
  • CHEM 306: Environmental Chemistry and Toxicology w/ Lab
  • ENVS 4041: Issues in Environmental Health
  • ENVS 4042: Taming Trash
  • GEOL 110: Environmental Geology
  • PSYC 237: Psychology of Gender
  • PSYC 256: Health Psychology
  • PSYC 322: WL/L Positive Psychology with Lab
  • PSYC 413: Community Psychology w/ CBL
  • PSYC 465: Applied Behavior Analysis Seminar
  • PSYC 4021: Determinants of Well-Being
  • PH 3001: Introduction to Epidemiology
  • PH 4001: Social Determinants of Health
  • SOC 275: Medical Sociology
  • SOC225: Women's Health and Aging
  • SOC 246CBL: Aging and Society w/ CBL
  • ANTH 270. Plagues and Peoples.
  • ANTH 3072. Medicines and Meanings.
  • ANTH 4020. Anthropology of the Body.
  • ANTH 4024. Paleoepidemiology.
  • BIOL 231. Microbiology with Lab.
  • BIOL 245/246. Genetics.
  • BIOL/ANTH 258. Ethnobotany w/ Lab.
  • BIOL 288. Introduction to Neuroscience with Lab.
  • BIOL 315. Human Nutrition.
  • BIOL 333. Immunology with Lab.
  • BIOL 350. Cancer Biology.
  • BIOL 388. Drugs and the Brain with Lab.
  • BIOL 389. Advanced Neuroscience.
  • BIOL/GS/REL 412. Cross Cultural Healing.
  • CHEM 106. Chemistry and Environment.
  • CHEM 306. Environmental Chemistry and Toxicology.
  • CHEM 3002. Environmental Justice.
  • ECON 4009. Health Economics.
  • EDUC/ GNDR 325. Sexuality Education.
  • ENG 190/EL/FRPG 2039. EL: Literary Journalism, Food Production, & the Environ.
  • ENVS 231. Health Effects of Pollution.
  • ENVS 323. Environmental Epidemiology.
  • ENVS 3050/4025. Natural History of Infectious Disease.
  • ENVS 4041: Issues in Environmental Health.
  • ENVS 4042: Taming Trash.
  • FRPG 1017CBL: Green College (Health Activism).
  • FR 3047/AFS 3045/ENG 3064. Zombies, Epidemics, & Illnesses in the Francophone World.
  • GOVT/GNDR 315. Feminist Political Theory.
  • GOVT/ENVS 343 Ecology & Political Thought.
  • GNDR 224. Global Advocacy for Women’s Sexual Health.
  • GNDR 3066. Girls, Interrupted: Disability, Health, & the Female Body in American Culture.
  • GNDR 369. Making Sexualities.
  • GNDR 4020. Dis/Ability, Gender and Health.
  • GNDR 4036. De/constructing Health Differences
  • GS 101. Political Economy.
  • GS 102. Race, Culture and Identity.
  • GS 265. Global Population Issues.
  • GS 268. Global Health and Justice.
  • GS 324. Solutions to Global Crisis. Global Public Goods.
  • GS 333. Ethics of Global Citizenship
  • GS 365. Rethinking Population, Health, and Environment.
  • HIST 213. Global Environmental History.
  • HIST 215. US Environmental History.
  • HIST/AFS 294. Medicine and Empire: Global Health in Historical Perspective.
  • HIST 3107. Black Death.
  • HIST 4017/AFS 4015. Health and Healing in Africa.
  • PCA/GNDR 335 Sex Talk.
  • PCA/GNDR 343. Taboo Performances: Body Politics. (DIV)
  • PCA 370. Against Health. Rhetoric and the Health Humanities.
  • PH 3001. Basic Principles of Epidemiology.
  • PH 3008. Maternal and Child Health
  • PH 3009. Introduction to Health Humanities
  • PH 3010. COVID in Asia
  • PH 4001. Social Determinants of Health.
  • PH 4003. Population Approaches to Mental Health.
  • PHIL 232. Africana Philosophy. (DIV)
  • PHIL 354. Bioethics with CBL.
  • PHIL 4016. Philosophy of Psychiatry.
  • PSYC 207. Developmental Psychology.
  • PSYC 237: Psychology of Gender.
  • PSYC 256. Health Psychology.
  • PSYC 317. Abnormal Psychology.
  • PSYC 318. Environmental Psychology.
  • PSYC 322. Positive Psychology.
  • PSYC 413. Community Psychology with CBL.
  • PSYC 456. Health Psychology.
  • PSYC 4014/GNDR 4030. Seminar in the Psychology of Human Sexuality.
  • PSYC 4021: Determinants of Well-Being.
  • REL 205. Hebrew Bible: Promises, Plagues and Prophecy
  • REL 3024/GNDR 3025. Women, Religion and Food.
  • REL 3039/ASIA 3054. Yoga Transformations
  • SOC 110. Global Problems
  • SOC 187. Environment and Society.
  • SOC 225. Women’s Health and Aging.
  • SOC 227. Kenya: Healthcare Delivery in a Developing Country.
  • SOC 233. Consuming Food
  • SOC 246. Aging and Society. (w/ CBL)
  • SOC 253. Race, Class and Environmental Justice.
  • SOC 3113/ENVS 3061NS. Green Café. (DIV)
  • SOC 4010. Recreation and Resistance.
  • SPAN 104/201. Medical Spanish.
  • SSES 230. Principles of Health and Wellness.
  • SSES 3024SOP. Sophomore Seminar: Somatic Transformation: From Self to Social Justice with CBL.