SOC 210 - Ethnography and Writing
This course will provide a basic understanding of various medical conditions and treatments that have developed during the last century. We will focus on the most common global health and public health issues that have helped shape contemporary thinking in medical ethics. Diverse cultural views will be contrasted as well as political and economic issues associated with the condition.
Clock Hours - (Lect-Lab): (3-0)
Prerequisites: FLC Writing Placement Score C250 OR COMP 150 (minimum grade of C-)
Class Level Restriction: Sophomore
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