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Required Courses
HEHE 5000: Foundations in Health Humanities (AMC)  
HEHE 5100: Foundations of Ethics: Issues in Health (AMC)​​ 
Elective Courses
Anschutz Medical Campus
HEHE 5250: Topics in Media, Medicine and Society
HEHE 5350: Narrative Principles and Practices in Healthcare
HEHE 5450: Addressing Health Stigma in Social Context​
HEHE 5550: Independent Study in Health Humanities and Health Ethics
HEHE 5750: Pain, Its Paradoxes and the Human Condition
HEHE 5800: Ethics, Medicine & the Holocaust:  Legacies in Health and Society
Pending:      Public Health in Western Drama
Pending:      Global Health

Elective Courses: University of Colorado Denver Campus
ANTH 5014: Medical Anthropology (UCD) 
ANTH 5040: Anthropology of Food and Nutrition (UCD)
ANTH 5290: Anthropology and Public Health (UCD)
ANTH 5600: Anthropology of the Clinic (UCD) 
ANTH 5800: Special Topics in Medical Anthropology (UCD) 
COMM 5500: Health Rhetoric (UCD) 
COMM 5550: Rhetorics of Medicine and Health (UCD) 
ENGL 5745: Humanistic Writing about Medicine and Biology (UCD) 
HEHM 5900: Special Topics in Health Humanities (UCD) 
HIST 5345: Gender, Science, and Medicine (UCD) 
HIST 5346: Medicine and Society: the Ancients to the Present (UCD) 
PHIL 5013: Philosophical Problems in the Social Sciences and the Humanities (UCD) 
PHIL 5242: Bioethics (UCD)
PHIL 5250:  Environmental Ethics (UCD)
PHIL 5350: Philosophy of Science (UCD) 
SOCY 5050: Health Disparities (UCD) 
SOCY 5110: Sociology of Health Care (UCD) 
SOCY 5270: Social Meanings of Reproduction* (UCD) 
SOCY 5650: Sociology of Adulthood and Aging (UCD) 
RLST 5460: Death and Concepts of Afterlife (UCD)

1. Enrollment in the Certificate programs permits students to take courses on either campus. 
2. The above course list is subject to revision at the discretion of the Program Director. 
3. To count a course not on the approved elective list toward the Certificate requires the prior
         written approval of the Program Director, Dr. Therese Jones.
4.      All courses are open and available to individuals who are not enrolled in the Certificate Program.
         Please contact Dr. Therese Jones for information.