Health and Society (HSOC) is an interdisciplinary, cross-college program
The timeliness of this major is felt globally as populations grapple with health, healing practices and health care. HSOC brings together an array of social science approaches to address critical questions concerning health in human populations.
This program brings together highly engaging faculty and broad-thinking students to examine the many ways in which human health, healing, and health care are defined, perceived, and enacted and distributed across populations.
Coursework as diverse as the major itself
Courses in anthropology, nutrition and food science , geography, sociology, and more. Students have a compendium of course requirements that will engage and excite. View the Health and Society course requirements and options for electives.