ANTHROPOLOGY: 103, Introduction to Biological Anthropology; 208, Food Politics in America; 240, Medical Anthropology; 242, Biology of Inequality; 250, Anthropology of Healing; 260, Medicine, Culture, and the Body (same as History 283); 265, Psychological Anthropology; 267, Death and the Body; 270, Human Osteology; 274, Health and Disease in Ancient Populations
ASIAN STUDIES: 230, Chinese Medicine
BIOLOGICAL SCIENCES: 105, Human Biology; 239, Behavioral Ecology; 243, Genetics of Disease; 245, Biology of Cancer; 254, Neurobiology of Behavior.
BASIC BIOMEDICAL SCIENCES OPTION: Up to SIX HOURS from the following list may be counted for the major. Biological Sciences 110a–110b, Introduction to Biological Sciences; Biological Sciences 220, Biochemistry; Chemistry 220a–220b or 218a–218b, Organic Chemistry; Nursing 210a–210b, Anatomy and Physiology; Nursing 231a, Introduction to Nutrition, and 231b, Nutrition and Health.
ECONOMICS: 268, Economics of Health.
ENGLISH: 243, 243W, Literature, Science, and Technology (as appropriate); 291, Special Topics in Creative Writing (as appropriate). Note: Topics vary; the director of the MHS program will approve versions with sufficient MHS content for credit toward the major or minor.
FRENCH: 205, Medical French in Intercultural Contexts.
HISTORY: 149, The Modern Human Sciences; 183, Sexuality and Gender in the Western Tradition to 1700; 184, Sexuality and Gender in the Western Tradition since 1700; 216, Medicine in Islam; 280, Modern Medicine; 281, Women, Health, and Sexuality; 282, Chinese Medicine; 283, Medicine, Culture, and the Body (same as Anthropology 260); 284a, Epidemics in History; 284b, Health and the African American Experience; 284c, Psychological Century; 285a, Human Biological Enhancement.
HUMAN AND ORGANIZATIONAL DEVELOPMENT (PEABODY): 2510, Health Service Delivery to Diverse Populations; 2525, Introduction to Health Services; 2530, Introduction to Health Promotion; 2535, Introduction to Health Policy; 2550, Managing Health Care Organizations; HOD-2670, Introduction to Community Psychology (same as PSY-PC-2470); 2690, Health Promotion Delivery.
MEDICINE, HEALTH, AND SOCIETY: 099, Measuring Health; 099, The Greatest Debate: DNA v. Divinity; 099, Literature and Medicine; 099, Medical Mishaps; 115F, First-Year Writing Seminar: Medicine, Health, and the Body; 201, Fundamental Issues in Medicine, Health, and Society; 202, Global Public Health; 203, U.S. Public Health Ethics and Policy; 205W, Medicine and Literature; 208, American Medicine and the World; 212, War and the Body; 220, Narrative Medicine: Stories of Illness and the Doctor-Patient Relationship; 221, Controversies in Medicine; 225, Death and Dying in America; 230, Early Medicine and Culture; 231, Chinese Society and Medicine; 235, Community Health Research; 236, HIV/AIDS in the Global Community; 237, Risks and Responsibilities in Caring for Vulnerable Populations; 238, Pharmaceuticals, Politics, and Culture; 240, Social Capital and Health; 244, Medicine, Law, and Society; 245, Medicine, Science, and Technology; 246, Medicine, Religion, and Spirituality; 248, Medical Humanities; 250, Autism in Context; 290-02, Special Topics: Making the Modern Hospital; 290-03, Special Topics: Research on Men’s Health; 290-04, Special Topics: Race, Ethnicity, and Health; 293a–293b, Internship (Note: 293a, Internship Training, must be taken Pass/Fail and concurrently with 293b, Internship Research and Readings; these hours may not be included in the minimum hours required for the MHS major or minor); 294a–294b, Service Learning (Note: 294a, Service Learning, must be taken Pass/Fail and concurrently with 294b, Service Learning Readings and Research and/or an MHS-designated course. These hours may not be included in the minimum hours required for the MHS major or minor); 295-01, Perspectives on Trauma; 296, Independent Study; 297, Honors Research; 298-01, Honors Thesis.
NEUROSCIENCE: 201, Neuroscience; 235, Biological Basis of Mental Disorders.
PHILOSOPHY: 108, 108W, Introduction to Medical Ethics; 239, 239W, Moral Problems; 256, Philosophy of Mind; 270, Ethics and Medicine.
POLITICAL SCIENCE: 268, Introduction to American Health Policy.
PSYCHOLOGY: 101, General Psychology; 211, Personality; 214, Perception; 215, Abnormal Psychology; 232, Mind and Brain; 244, Introduction to Clinical Psychology OR PSY-PC-2700, Introduction to Clinical Psychology; 245, Emotion; 246, Schizophrenia; 247, Depression; 252, Human Sexuality; 268, Health Psychology OR PSY-PC-2560, Health Psychology; 277, Brain Damage and Cognition; PSY-PC-1200, PSY-PC-1207, Minds, Brains, Cultures, and Contexts; PSY-PC-1500, Cognitive Aspects of Human Development; PSY-PC-1630, Developmental Psychology; PSY-PC-1700, PSY-PC-1707, Social and Emotional Context of Cognition; PSY-PC-1750, Social and Personality Development; PSY-PC-2100: Advanced Topical Seminar (approval dependent upon topic); PSY-PC-2250, Infancy; PSY-PC-2320, Adolescent Development; PSY-PC-2470, Introduction to Community Psychology (same as HOD-2670).
RELIGIOUS STUDIES: 202, Natural Science and the Religious Life; 234, Post-Freudian Theories and Religion.
SOCIOLOGY: 101, Introduction to Sociology; 101W, Introduction to Sociology; 102, Contemporary Social Problems; 102W, Contemporary Social Problems; 201, Sociological Perspectives; 205, Poverty, Health, and Politics; 220, Population and Society; 221, Environmental Inequality and Justice; 237, Society and Medicine; 257, Gender, Sexuality, and the Body; 264, Social Dynamics of Mental Health; 268, Race, Gender, and Health; 294, Seminars in Selected Topics (as appropriate) Note: Topics vary; the director of the MHS program will approve versions with sufficient MHS content for credit toward the major or minor. *Credit not given for both SOC 101 and SOC 102
SPANISH: 211, Spanish for the Medical Profession; 274, Literature and Medicine.
WOMEN’S AND GENDER STUDIES: 212, Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender Studies; 240, Introduction to Women’s Health; 267, Seminar on Gender and Violence; 268, Gender, Race, Justice, and the Environment.