Course description

Students explore concepts of well-being and apply theoretical models to personal engagement in behaviors that promote and detract from well-being. Current health issues are used to probe concepts of well-being. Students also explore how historical relationships between disease, technology, and agriculture influence the socio-economic status of people and nations, developing a deep understanding of how one's race, gender, etc., influence contraction of disease & access to social services.

Units: 6

Fall 2018 sections

No sections offered