This interdisciplinary program enables students who are interested in the human side of health to explore a variety of fields by providing a hands-on experience in various health professions. Courses in this interdisciplinary major prepare students for professional programs in medicine but do not meet all of those entrance requirements. Students should consult their academic advisors for information on prerequisites and admission requirements for specific health fields.

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Health and Human Sciences Learning Objectives

1. Foundational knowledge in the physical sciences, including biology and chemistry, to prepare students for study within fields of health.

2. Understand how social, demographic, psychological, cultural, economic, and ethical factors influence health.

3. Develop awareness of the causes and consequences of health disparities locally, nationally, and globally.

4. Experiential learning within an internship experience to understand the community contexts of health and wellness.