Health and Society B.A.

All students must meet the University Requirements.

All students must meet the College Requirements.

Major Requirements

Thirty-three credits, including:

Three core introductory courses:
HSCI 021Introduction to Public Health3
SOC 054Health Care in America3
ANTH 089D2:Global Health Devl & Div3
One 100-level methods course:3-4
Fund of Social Research
QR: Elements of Statistics
QR:Basic Statistical Methods 1
Two 100-level courses:6
D2:Culture, Health and Healing
Personal Health
SU: Human Health & Envirnmt
D1:Environmental Justice
D2: Fndns of Global Health
D2:Cultural Health Care
D1:Racism & Health Disparities
Epidemics-Dyn. of Inf. Disease
Human Health in the Food Syst
Two 200-level courses, of which students are encouraged to take one more methods course:6
Human Evolution & Diversity
Anthropology of Global Health
D2: Culture of Disability
Nutr in Hlth & Disease Prevntn
Community Nutrition
D1:Cross-Cultrl Psyc:Clin Pers
Intro to Health Psychology
Sociology of Reproduction
Health Care and Aging
Sociology of Health & Medicine
Methods Courses:
Research Mthds Human Diversity
Meth of Ethnographic Field Wrk
Applied Research Methods
Intro to Research Methods
Research Methods
Spatial Analysis
Community Participatory Rsch
VT Legislative Research Srvc
Qualitative Research Methods
Meth of Data Anyl in Soc Rsch
QR: Med Biostat&Epidemiology
Nine additional credits drawn from the list of HSOC electives posted each semester, at least 3 credits of which must be taken at the 100-level or above. May include any of the courses listed above that have not already been counted toward your degree. 9

Courses must be from the list given by the HSOC Major program.  For interdisciplinary exposure, no more than 21 credits can come from any one discipline.