Health and Human Experience Minor
Carroll University's Health and Human Experience minor supports a new trend in health and medicine to move practitioners beyond simply addressing patient symptoms through conventional medical treatment toward considering the whole person to improve patient health. The minor prepares students to become well-rounded health care providers by exploring culture, ethics, psychology, arts, literature and religion.
The American Medical Society has embraced the need for medical practitioners to understand and utilize a multidisciplinary approach due to the growing need for healthcare professionals to work as a team to respond to patients' social, mental and physical health.
Students will gain insight to the human condition, develop health-related decision-making skills informed by ethical, philosophical and religious positions, use history to examine health and the human experience and more.
Majors that pair well with the Health and Human Experience minor:
College of Natural Sciences and Health Sciences
College of Humanities and Social Sciences
Department of Business, Accounting and Economics