Spring 2019 Health Studies Courses
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Spring 2019Courses that may be counted toward the Health Studies minor
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Subject to change. This page will be updated as new courses become available. Consult Bionic for the most up-to-date information.
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Status designations are as follows: intro, capstone, core elective track (M,R, or S). Courses marked as "affiliate" may be used to fulfill the fourth (additional) elective, but do not count toward a track requirement.
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Course numbers are hyperlinked to the Tri-Co course guide entry for each class.
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Course NumberCourse NameInstructorDays and TimesStatusNotes
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BIOL B210Biology and Public PolicyGreif, KarenTuTh 8:25AM - 9:45AMM
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BIOL B215Experimental Design and StatisticsShapiro, Joshua
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BIOL B255MicrobiologyChander, MonicaTuTh 9:55AM - 11:15AM and We 1:10PM - 4:00PMM
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BIOL B303Human PhysiologyBrodfuehrer, PeterTuTh 8:25AM - 9:45AM and Th 1:10PM - 4:00PMM
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ECON B214Public FinanceHoehn Velasco, LaurenMoWe 1:10PM - 2:30PMaffiliate
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HLTH B398Senior Seminar in Health StudiesNgalamulume, KalalaTu 7:10PM-10:00PMcapstone
Spring 2019 theme: Epidemics
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PSYC B209001Abnormal PsychologyNeeren, AmyTuTh 9:55AM - 11:15AMM
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PSYC B209002Abnormal PsychologyKopple, KristinTuTh 2:25PM - 3:45PMM
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PSYC B316Advanced Topics in Neuroscience: Drugs of AbuseBates, MelvinTu 7:10PM - 10:00PMM
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PSYC B331Health Behavior and ContextPeterson, LaurelTu 1:10PM - 4:00PMM/S
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SOWK B588Cultural and Historical Perspectives on Mental Health in the U.S.Vider, StephenTu 11:00AM - 1:20PMR
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SOWK B590Social Work Practice with Immigrants and RefugeesHausmann-Stabile, CarolinaWe 2:40PM - 5:00PMaffiliate
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Course NumberCourse NameInstructorDays and TimesStatusNotes
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BIOL H325GMolecular VirologyMiller, EricMoWeFr 10:30AM - 11:30AMM
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HIST H210B
Opioids: A Global History (Issues in Comparative and Transnational History)
Hayton, Darin & Smith, PaulTuTh 10:00AM - 11:30AMaffiliate
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HLTH H115B001Introduction to Health StudiesMontgomery, AnneMoWe 11:15AM - 12:45PMintro
First years and sophomores may register for Section 1 or 3
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HLTH H115B002Introduction to Health StudiesWest, AnnaMoWe 11:15AM - 12:45PMintro
Juniors and seniors should register for Section 2; some sophomores will be added as needed to balance numbers across the sections.
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HLTH H115B003Introduction to Health StudiesMontgomery, AnneTuTh 11:30AM - 1:00PMintro
First years and sophomores may register for Section 1 or 3.
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HLTH H208BDisability and Super-ability on the Screen: From Bioethics to Social JusticeSchilling, CarolTu 7:30PM - 10:00PMR
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HLTH H228BSocial EpidemiologyMontgomery, AnneMoWe 12:45PM - 2:15PMM/S
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HLTH H233BCommunity Engagement and Social Responsibility (Focus on Opioids)Montgomery, AnneFr 11:00AM - 1:30PMScancelled
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HLTH H304BCritical Disability Studies: Theory and PracticeLindgren, KristinTu 7:30PM - 10:00PMR
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HLTH H314BCritical Data Literacy for Global HealthWest, AnnaTu 1:30PM - 4:00PMS/R
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PEAC H104BHealth, Justice, Environment: An Inquiry into Planetary HealthHartman, EricTu 7:30PM - 10:00PM
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PEAC H201BApplied Ethics of Peace, Justice, and Human RightsStauffer, JillMoWe 11:15AM - 12:45PMaffiliate
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PSYC H242BCultural PsychologyWang, Shu-wenTuTh 1:00PM - 2:30PMaffiliate
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PSYC H327BObesity: Psychology, Physiology, and HealthWadden, ThomasTuTh 2:30PM - 4:00PMM
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PSYC H349BAnxiety Disorders and Their TreatmentGordon, ElizabethTh 1:30PM - 4:00PMM
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REL H257BYoga: Art, Text, and PracticeGhosh, PikaTh 1:30PM - 4:00PMaffiliate
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