Minors in the Undergraduate Program
The minor in Public Health is a five-course (15 unit) introduction to public health. This minor is appropriate for students from any major who wish to learn more about public health. Download the minor form for Public Health to see the specific requirements for the degree.
Minor in Health Professions
The minor in Health Professions is a five-course (15 unit) introduction to the varied professional pathways to support culturally diverse individuals and communities on the path to health. Students who pursue this minor must take HPRF 135: Health Issues in a Multicultural Society. Students will fulfill the remaining units for the minor by selecting twelve (12) units of electives across any three of the areas listed on Approved Electives for Minor in Health Professions. The minor in Health Professions is appropriate for students from any major who wish to gain exposure to multiple, different professional perspectives on health, healing, and wellness. Students pursuing a major in Public Health are not able to select this minor because there are not enough distinct courses available to them. Download the minor form for Health Professions to see the specific requirements for the degree.