Public Health Minor
The Public Health minor equips students to better understand the social issues that deeply influence health and wellness. Topics include social inequalities in health, culture change and social explanations for mental and physical health. Health care workers and policy makers increasingly recognize that a full understanding of these topics is essential for professionals that are working toward a healthier society.
The academic minor in Public Health requires a total of 21 credits from three categories. In completing the requirements for the minor, a minimum of 12 credits must be distinct and different from the units used to complete the requirements of a major or another minor. Any credits above this minimum requirements may be double counted.
|Social Issues of Health & Wellness|
|Select two of the following courses:||6|
|Death, Grief, and Loss System|
|Class,Race,Ethnicity & Gender|
|Public Policy Issues|
|Special Topic: (Mental Health in the Latino Community)|
|Special Topic in Sociology (Aging and Society)|
|Select three of the following courses:||9|
|Social & Cultural Change|
and Social & Cultural Change
|Urban Studies System|
|Mental Illness in Society|
|Globalization & Development|
|Special Topic in Sociology (Community Development)|
Other courses may count as an elective for the minor as they are developed or as approved by the Chair for the Department of Sociology. Questions, contact the Department of Sociology.