The Medical Humanities and Health Studies program offers a range of courses that allow you to explore health and medicine from a variety of perspectives.
For up-to-the-minute course listings, including enrollment information, see the Office of the Registrar.
MHHS M480 Kindred Hospice Experience is a unique, 1 credit experiential course in which you can serve as a hospice volunteer – a life-changing experience for many students.
When pursuing a major in MHHS, you will complete your education with a capstone seminar (MHHS M495). The capstone seminar will allow you to apply the knowledge gained from the course work taken in the Medical Humanities and Health Studies Program, serving to tie together the humanistic and social scientific bases of health care in a directed endeavor tailored to your interests.
For specific courses offered in a specific semester see the Schedule of Classes at Student Central.