“Many Health Professions courses investigate the way people are minoritized, and how differences impact health, wellness, and health care access,” -Scott MacPhail, associate director of health professions counseling and fellowship advising
Explore the intersection of social sciences, humanities and health care.
PHIL 156 Biomedical Ethics
Learn the ethical issues that arise in the practice of medicine, in the delivery of health care, and in biomedical research and their special urgency.
SOC 224 Social Deviance
Explore the social etiology of deviant behavior, the functions of deviance, and societal reactions to deviance. Take an interdisciplinary approach to the internalization of norms, guilt, shame, punishment, and conformity as they relate to deviance.
WMST 305 Food, Feminism and Health
This class uses a feminist lens to explore a variety of topics arising at the intersection of food, health, and the body.
Jamie Bodenlos, Psychology
Gregory Frost-Arnold, Philosophy
Jessica Hayes-Conroy, Women’s Studies
Justin Miller, Chemistry and Health Professions Committee Chair