Integrative Human Biology
This broad-based major prepares students for graduate programs in disciplines related to human medicine or research.
The Integrative Human Biology major provides an interdisciplinary understanding of human health and disease from biological, psychological, societal and developmental perspectives.
- Receive a solid foundation in health science, psychology, biology and human development
- Focus on human health, disease and wellness
- Investigate the interaction and impact of biology, behavior and environment on human health and disease
- Recognize the changes in human health and behavior that occur across the lifespan of human development
- Identify how gender, physical ability, age, nationality, sexual identity and socioeconomic status may lead to disparities in health
- Work with faculty advisers to fine-tune your course selection to meet your specific goals
- Build your body of work with leadership experiences; small classes support your academic growth
What is Integrative Human Biology?
By Dean Julia Moffitt, Ph.D.