Health Studies brings together courses and faculty members in the natural sciences, social sciences, and humanities to guide students through the biomedical, cultural, ethical, and political questions that relate to health issues on local, regional, and global scales.
The Bi-College Health Studies program gives scientific context to students in the social sciences and humanities who are interested in health policy, public health, law, medical ethics, social services, or health education.
This minor complements the curriculum for traditional science majors by providing important social and behavioral dimensions for those students planning to go into medicine, nursing, physical therapy, psychology, and other clinical fields.
Our Colleges value the intersection of public health and social justice, and this course of study allows students to approach these vital issues with greater knowledge and understanding.
Learn more about Health Studies on Inside Bryn Mawr.