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Public Health (minor)

Students must ensure a minimum of two 3000-level courses are completed for the minor. Courses must be from at least two different disciplines and are not used to satisfy major requirements.

Required Courses

  • PBHL 1001 – Public Health
  • PBHL 2110 – Epidemiology
  • PBHL 3110 – Global Health

And one of the following courses:

  • MATH 2115 – Statistics
  • MATH 2120 – Statistics for the Social Sciences

Choose one course from the health electives:

  • BIOL 1001 – Newsworthy Topics in Biology
  • BIOL 1003 – Human Health Issues
  • BIOL 1110 – Anatomy and Physiology I
  • BIOL 1115 – Anatomy and Physiology II
  • BIOL 1125 – General Biology I
  • BIOL 1130 – General Biology II
  • BIOL 2001 – Biological Dimensions of Human Sexuality
  • BIOL 2003 – Lifecycle Nutrition
  • BIOL 2002 – Nutrition
  • BIOL 2110 – Pathophysiology
  • BIOL 2115 – Microbiology
  • BIOL 3160 – Immunology
  • PSYC 3135 – Psychology of Disability
  • PSYC 3150 – Psychology of Trauma

Choose one course from the related electives:

  • ANTH 1110 – Introduction to Cultural Anthropology
  • ANTH 2115 – Peoples and Cultures of the Middle East
  • ANTH 2120 – Peoples and Cultures of Asia
  • ANTH/BIOL 2130 – Biological Anthropology
  • ARTH 3085 – Art Therapy
  • BIOL 1140 – Medical Terminology
  • BIOL 2145 – Bioethics
  • CHEM 1120 – General Chemistry I
  • CHEM 1125 – General Chemistry II
  • COMM 4115 – Gender and Communication
  • ECON 2115 – Principles of Economics II
  • ENVT 2120 – Environmental Ethics
  • ENVT 2125 – Environmental Policy and Management
  • GEOL 2115 – Earth Systems History
  • HRM 4110 – Organizational Development
  • MATH 3120 – Statistics and Research
  • MATH 3160 – Statistics for Science
  • PHSC 1145 – Global Change
  • POSC 2130 – International Relations
  • POSC 3130 – Public Policy
  • PSYC 2215 – Drugs and Behavior
  • PSYC 2220 – Physiological Psychology
  • PSYC 3125 – Research Methods for the Social Sciences
  • SOCI 3110 – Sociology of Diversity
  • SPAN 1110 – Elementary Spanish I
  • SPAN 1115 – Elementary Spanish II
  • SPAN 2110 – Intermediate Spanish I
  • SPAN 2115 – Intermediate Spanish II

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