Jan 20, 2022  
2021-2022 Catalog 
2021-2022 Catalog

AN 201 - Health and Societies

This course provides an anthropological perspective of how our development as a species, and our existence as societies of people living in different places and times, affects our health, how we get sick, and how we interpret these conditions. It includes units on human evolution, cross cultural healthcare, anthropology and international health, and culturally competent health communication.

Prerequisites & Notes
Student has satisfied any of the following: [Student has completed any of the following course(s): AN 103 - Intro to Anthropology, BS 104 - General Biology II, BS 131 - Introductory Biology II, PS 101 - Intro to Psychology, SO 101 - Introduction to Sociology with grade greater than or equal to D-.]

Credits: 3