Click the links below to view PDF files of the ever-approved course lists by category. Classes are still being added to the ever-approved list, and spring 2013 courses will be included.
The five categories are:
Courses providing an overview of biocultural and comparative approaches to human health and disease.
Courses on mechanisms and transmission of health and disease within individuals and populations.
Courses emphasizing the relationship between social, behavioral, economic and other aggregate population forces and human health and disease.
Courses that focus on the diverse and interconnected ethics, legal, political, policy and practices issues in health, medicine and health care.
Research design and methods courses exposing students to concepts of evidence, data collection, research ethics, measurement, and analysis.