Spring 2018 Health Studies Courses
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SPRING 2018
Courses that may be counted toward the Health Studies minor
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Registration-IDCourse NameInstructorDays and TimesStatus: core elective track designation or affiliate courseNotes
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ANTHB317001Disease and Human EvolutionSeselj, MajaW 1:10pm-3:30pmM
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BIOLB210001Biology and Public PolicyGreif, Karen F.TTH 8:25am-9:45amM/S
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BIOLB215001Experimental Des & StatsShapiro, Joshua
MWF 10:10am-11:00am, TH 1:00pm-4:00pm
affiliate
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BIOLB255001MicrobiologyYin, MelindaMW 11:30am-1:00pmM
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ECONB217001Health EconomicsSfekas, AndyMW 2:40-4:00 pmS
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PSYCB420001
Praxis Fieldwork Seminar-Community-Based Learning
Baird, Julie
W 1:10pm-2:30pm + placement hours
affiliate
health-related praxis placements may count toward the minor if approved by the Health Studies coordinator on the students' home campus
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PSYCB303001
Portraits of Maladjustment in Classic Children's Novels
Rescorla, LeslieW 2:10pm-4:00pmaffiliate0.5 credit course
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PSYCB314001Multivariate StatisticsSchulz, MarcTH 9:10am-12:00pmM
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PSYCB395001PsychopharmacologyThomas, EarlMWF 1:10pm-2:00pmM
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SOCLB326001Feminist Perspectives on HlthSledge, PiperM 1:10pm-3:30pmS
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SOCLB304001Sociology of MedicineJoyce, ColletteT: 7:10-10 pmS
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SOWKB563002/363
Global Public Health (360)Sousa, CindyT 2:40pm-5:00pmS
undergrads should enroll in the 300-level section of this course
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SOWKB590002/390
Social Work Practice with Immigrants and Refugees
Hausmann-Stabile, CarolinaT 11-1:20S
undergrads should enroll in the 300-level section of this course
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Registration-IDCourse NameInstructorDays and TimesStatus: core elective track designation or affiliate courseNotes
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ANTHH231B001
Thinking Differently: Politics and Practices of Neurodiversity
Rosenblatt, AdamTTH 8:30am-10:00amS
also listed as PEAC H231B and HLTH H231B
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ANTHH250B001Medical AnthropologyMunyikwa, MichelleTH 1:30pm-4:00pmR/Salso listed as HLTH H250B
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BIOLH310H001Molecular MicrobiologyLunden, JayTTH 11:30am-1:00pmM
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HLTHH115B001Introduction to Health Studies
West, Anna and Montgomery, Anne
MW 11:15am-12:45pmINTRO
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HLTHH208B001
Disability and Super-Ability on Screen: From Bioethics to Social Justice
Schilling, CarolM 7:30pm-10:00pmR
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HLTHH228B001Social EpidemiologyMontgomery, AnneMW 2:15pm-3:45pmM/S
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HLTHH233B001Community Engagement and Social ResponsibilityMontgomery, Anne F 11:00am-1:30pmS
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HLTHH304B001Critical Disability Studies: Theory and PracticeLindgren, KristinT 7:30pm-10:00pmR/S
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HLTHH317B001Human Genetics and EugenicsMeneely, PhilTTH 2:30pm-4:00pmM
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HLTHH398B001Senior Seminar in Health StudiesWest, AnnaT 7:30pm-10:00pmSR SEM
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HLTHH120B001Introduction to Health StatisticsLiu, XiaoyingTTh 1:00-2:30pmMalso listed as ICPR H120B
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PEACH201B001Applied Ethics of Peace, Justice and Human RightsStauffer, JillMW 11:15am-12:45pmaffiliate
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PSYCH209B001Abnormal PsychologyGordon, ElizabethTTH 1:00pm-2:30pmM
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PSYCH327B001Obesity: Psychology, Physiology, and HealthWadden, ThomasTTH 2:30pm-4:00pmM
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WRPRH189B001Health and the CityAnders, EliTTH 2:30pm-4:00pmaffiliate
open to first year students in the writing program ONLY
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