Courses


Spring 2018

BIOLOGY

BIOL 3030 – Introduction to Physiology

BIOL 3190 – Genetics and Genomics

BIOL 4260 – Human Anatomy

BIOL 4510 – Cancer Biology

BIOL 4570 – Principles of Immunology

BIOL 5130 – Environmental Disruptors of Development

BIOL 5370 – Literature for Neurological Disease*

COMMUNICATIONS

COMM 4465 – Health Communication*

ECONOMICS

ECON 3385 – Health Economics*

ENGLISH

ENGL 2212 – Introduction to Medical Humanities (9 a.m.)

ENGL 2212 – Introduction to Medical Humanities (12 p.m.)

ENGL 4509 – Health Journalism

HISTORY

HIST 2230 – Before the Scientific Revolution

HIST 2835 – Women in American Medicine

PSYCHOLOGY

PSYC 1110 – Introduction to Psychology as a Natural Science 

PSCY 1111 – Introduction to Psychology as a Social Science 

PSYC 2234 – Abnormal Psychology 

PSCY 2241 – Social Psychology 

PSYC 3328 – Aggression, Anxiety, and ADHD

PSYC 3339 – Understanding Autism Spectrum Disorder

PSYC 3367 – Psychology of Art 

PSYC 4436 – Clinical Fieldwork in Psychology* (advanced elective) 

SCHOOL OF NURSING

NURS 1210 – Public Health in a Global Society 

FORS 2201 – Wounded Warriors in Transition

NURS 3210 – Contemporary Issues in Public Health

FORS 5317 – Forensic Mental Health

SOCIOLOGY

SOCY 1002 – Introduction to Sociology for Healthcare Professions 


SOCY 1078 – Sociology of Health and Illness

SOCY 3314 – Mental Illness & Society

SOCY 3374 – Reproduction and Reproductive Justice*

THEOLOGY

TMCE 7052 – Theological Bioethics: From the Basics to the Future*

TMCE 7128 – Just Sustainability*

TMCE 8541 – Disability Studies and Theological Ethics*

UNIVERSITY COURSES

UNAS 350001 – Biomedical Research Ethics*


 

Fall 2017

BIOLOGY

BIOL 1420 – The Genetic Century

BIOL 2240 – Race, Disease and Disparities

BIOL 3030 – Introduction to Physiology

BIOL 3190 – Genetics and Genomics

BIOL 4041 – Genetics in Contemporary Society

BIOL 4260 – Human Anatomy

BIOL 4590 – Introduction to Neuroscience

BIOL 5330 – Virus Infection and Cellular Transport

BIOL 5370 – Literature for Neurological Disease*

ECONOMICS

ECON 2442 – Public Policy in an Aging Society 

ECON 3384 – Theory of Medical and Health Care

ECON 3390 – Applied Health Economics*

ENGLISH

ENGL 2212 – Introduction to Medical Humanities

ENGL 4007 – The Literature of Mental Health 

GERMAN/ENGLISH

GERM 2221 (+ENGL 2210/FREN 3315) – Madmen, Hysterics, & Criminals:
Inventing Deviance*

HISTORY

HIST 2431 – U.S. Medical History: "Leeches to Lasers: Health and Medicine in the 
United States"

PHILOSOPHY

PHIL 223301 – Values in Social Services and Health Care

PSYCHOLOGY

PSYC 1110 – Introduction to Psychology as a Natural Science 

PSCY 1111 – Introduction to Psychology as a Social Science 

PSYC 2234 – Abnormal Psychology 

PSCY 2241 – Social Psychology 

PSYC 3336 – Clinical Psychology 

PSYC 3334 – Interpersonal Violence 

PSYC 4435 – Images of Mental Illness 

PSYC 4436 – Clinical Fieldwork in Psychology* (advanced elective) 

PSYC 3338 – Topics in Abnormal Psychology 

SCHOOL OF NURSING

FORS 531501 – Victimology*

NURS 1210 – Public Health in a Global Society 
 

SOCIOLOGY

SOCY 1002 - Introduction to Sociology for Healthcare Professions

SOCY 1089 – Women and the Body  

THEOLOGY

THEO 5498 – HIV/Aids and Ethics*

TMCE 8518 – Global Health and Theological Ethics