MHUM 110 Introduction to Sociology and Human Health (4)
A survey of major theoretical and empirical approaches to the impact of social structures, culture, and group identities on individual and group attitudes and behavior. Emphasis is placed on physical and mental health issues, medical science and health care provisions, and patient/care provider dynamics. Topics include the social construction and behavioral implications of sex and gender, race and ethnicity, and social class, as well as behavioral, social, and ethical implications of differential access to legal, educational, and health care systems. Prerequisite: BIOL 133 and CHEM 120.
...of introductory psychology ( PSYC 100 ), introductory sociology ( MHUM 110 ), and statistics ( STAT 204 ). Students who...