Health, Law & Policy Minor Curriculum

Curricular Requirements

Students wishing to pursue a minor in health law & politics must have an advisor in the program and approval from the chair of the political science department.  Each student will work with a faculty advisor to design a minor consisting of six courses (18 credits) that supports the student's interests, according to the following guidelines and availability:

Program Required Courses:

Credits

PSC 325 - Politics of Public Health

3

Three of the following courses. A student must take at least one law course and at least one political science course (the third course may be in either the law category or the broader political science category):

 

Law:

 

PSC 106 - Law & American Society

3

PSC 125 - Understanding the Law

3

PSC 203 - Politics of Law

3

PSC 210 - Constitutional Law

3

Political Science:

 

PSC 101 - Introduction to American Politics

3

PSC 105 - Introduction to Political Science

3

PSC 200 -  Introduction to Political Theory

3

PSC 220 - Research Methods

3

PSC 432 - Autonomy/Politics of Reproduction

3

Two of the following courses:

 

ENG 310 - Writing & Women's Health

3

ANT 211 - Medical Anthropology

3

SOC 355 - Medical Sociology

3

BUEC 385 - Health Economics

3

HSM 370 - Law & Ethics of Health Care

3

PHI 406 - Human Genome Project Ethics

3

SOC 460 - Social Policy and Planning

3

PSY 235 - Health Psychology

3

Internship

Varies