Hon 315: Explorations in Population Health
This course will explore human population health from a
multidisciplinary perspective, with particular attention to
understanding complex health problems and informing solutions. Studies
will include insights from sociology, demography, epidemiology, public
health, nutrition, nursing, medicine, physiology, and biochemistry,
among others. Students will learn from diverse scholars and
practitioners through readings, facilitated discussions,
guest lectures, panel presentations, and field experiences.
3 - 6 Credits
- Sophomore Standing Required
- Seminar: Seminar for Hon 315
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