Society, Biology, and Health Certificate
The following requirements are in addition to, or further elaborate upon, those requirements outlined in The Graduate School Policy Guide.
Total Units Required: 5
A certificate will be awarded for successful completion of three required courses, and two elective courses. To request the certificate students must apply to The Graduate School upon completion of these requirements.
|ANTHRO 430-0||Integrative Seminar in Society, Biology, and Health|
|HDSP 451-0||Topics in Human Development & Soc Policy (Beyond nature vs. nurture: The impact of experience on biology)|
|SOCIOL 476-0||Topics in Sociological Analysis (Biology and Social Inquiry)|
|ANTHRO 386-0||Methods in Human Biology Research|
|ANTHRO 490-0||Topics in Anthropology (Medical Anthropology)|
|ANTHRO 312-0||Human Population Biology|
|PSYCH 470-0||Topics in Brain, Behavior, and Cognition (Cultural Neuroscience)|
|SOCIOL 355-0||Medical Sociology|
|PUB_HLTH 301-0||Behavior, Society & Health|
|HDSP 451-0||Topics in Human Development & Soc Policy (Child and Adolescent Sleep - Causes and Consequences)|
The objective of the electives is to encourage students to increase their breadth of knowledge beyond their discipline. Students may petition to add courses to this list with the approval of the SBH governance group.