Wheaton offers a variety of courses outside of the health careers pre-requisites that can enhance a student’s understanding of health and medicine.  Also, through Wheaton’s innovated Connections curriculum, there are many Connections that pre-health careers students may consider taking to get a sense of the multi-dimensional ways that one can view the nature of the body, health, nutrition, drugs, and medicine.

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Non-prerequisite courses to consider:

  • Bio-ethics
  • Childhood Behavior Disorders
  • Cultural Anthropology
  • Developmental Psychology
  • Drugs and Behavior
  • Edible Chemicals (for non-science majors)
  • Ethics
  • Feast or Famine: The Ecology and Politics of Food
  • Health Economics
  • Health and Medicine
  • Health Psychology
  • Medical Anthropology
  • Medical Ethics
  • Mind, Brain, Behavior
  • Nutrition
  • Perspectives on Death and Dying
  • The Body in Human Experience

 

Connections to Consider:

  • Biopharma
  • Body and Mind
  • Body, Form, and Motion
  • Food
  • Genes in Context
  • Genetics of the Autism Spectrum
  • Human Biology and Movement
  • Living Architecture
  • Microbes and Health
  • Psychoactive Sacramentals
  • Structure and Function of Drugs