Medical anthropology, the study of human health, the experience of illness, and the organization of health care across different cultures and societies, is one of the most exciting sub-disciplines of anthropology. Medical anthropologists examine issues that are both theoretically relevant to the parent academic discipline and of pressing practical importance to the world today.
A student must complete all general requirements for the major including:
- ANTY 426
- any three courses: ANTY 333, 336, 388, 418, 422, or 435.