The Medical Humanities program (designated as a pre-major) at Baylor is a unique major, and there are only a few of its kind across the country. It is designed to provide a holistic education for students interested in working in the medical or healthcare field. The Medical Humanities program is an interdisciplinary study of humanities, social science and the arts. It studies how they relate to medical education and practice. Coursework is from a variety of departments including science, history, religion, philosophy, psychology and sociology. Available courses include:
A major in Medical Humanities helps undergraduate students enter the field of healthcare in several different capacities. It is a popular major for students in the premedicine and pre-law tracks. Graduates have worked in public health, hospitals, clinics, and counseling centers.
Baylor offers several Living-Learning Centers which are housing opportunities designed to place students of common interests together. The Science & Health Living-Learning Center is a residential option that's available for pre-health students. Students are able to collaborate with each other as well as science faculty and medical researchers.
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