SPRING 2020

 

FALL 2019

Humanities

COM 478 - Health Communication Campaigns

COM 576 – Health Communication

CDIS 239 – Introduction to Disability Studies

ENGL 422 - Writing for the Health and Human Sciences

HIST 303 – Food in Modern America (crosslist with AMST 301)

HIST 315 – American Beauty (crosslist with AMST 301, WGSS 390)

HIST 352 – Death, Disease, and Medicine in 20th Century American History

LC 499 – Research in Foreign Languages* (Mental Illness: Plath, Pizarnik)

PHIL 221 - Introduction to Philosophy of Science

PHIL 25263 - Ethics and Animals

PHIL 25259 - Philosophy and Gender

SPAN 322 – Spanish For the Health Professions

 

Social Sciences

ANTH 212 – Culture, Food, and Health

ANTH 230 – Gender Across Cultures

ANTH 310 – Mortuary Practices Across Cultures

ANTH 336 – Human Variation

ANTH 340 – Global Perspectives on Health

ANTH 534 – Human Osteology

ANTH 535 – Foundations of Biological Anthropology

HK 215 – Basic Public Health Studies

HK 221 – Foundations For the Fitness Professional

HK 226 - Contemporary Women's Health

HDFS 330 – Sexuality and Family Life

HDFS 325 – Health and Health Care For Children and Families

PSY 350 - Abnormal Psychology

PSY 367 – Adult Development and Aging

PSY 428 – Drugs and Behavior

SOC 374 – Medical Sociology

SOC 450 – Gender Roles in Modern Society

 

 

 

Past Course Offerings (archive)

*coming soon*

*Note: The list of course offerings for the Medical Humanities Certificate is not exhaustive. If you believe a course you are currently teaching, or taking, would meet the requirements of the certificate but is not listed here, please contact Wendy Kline (wkline@purdue.edu) or Taylor Weast (tweast@purdue.edu) to inquire further.

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