Spring 2020

Health Disparities in Society Courses, Spring 2020

Want to enroll in WST 4941C, Practicum in Health Disparities, for Spring 2020?
If so, you MUST have attended the orientation meeting on Friday, October 18th, 2019.

NOTE: Please consult with the Women’s Studies undergraduate coordinator if there is a question about a particular course or your track in this minor. Click on this link to view the requirements of this minor.  Please note that course offerings are subject to change. Some courses for the minor may be limited to students within the department or major that offers them or may have mandatory prerequisites. If these constraints prevent you from enrolling in a course, please contact the instructor of that course to discuss options for your enrollment.

Please remember that you may only have 2 courses in the minor at the 2000-level, and one of those must be WST 2322, Introduction to Health Disparities.

Other courses may be considered for Health Disparities in Society credit via petition (PDF).

The classes below follow the “old” system of electives. They pertain to students with a catalog year of 2018 or earlier.

Tier I: Health or Social Science of Minority/Cultural Groups in the U.S.

  • AFA 4225 Blacks in Florida
  • AFA 4931 Black and Latinx History
  • ANT 3302 Sex Roles: A Cross-Cultural Perspective
  • ANT 4462 Culture and Medicine (or tier III; email azucker@ufl.edu if you want it to count for tier III)
  • GEO 3454 People and Plagues . (or tier III; email azucker@ufl.edu if you want it to count for tier III)
Note: Students outside of the College of Health and Human Performance cannot register directly for Health Education and Behavior classes. Instead, you must email HHP Academic Advisor Ms. Brittany Schambow and ask to be enrolled.  State that you are enrolled in the HDS minor and tell her your UF ID  number and the course number for which you wish to be enrolled

  • HSC 4558 Survey of Diseases and Disabilities 2
  • HSC 4579 Women’s Health Issues
  • HSC 4623 Minority Health Issues
  • PCO 4272 Advanced Seminar in Psychology of Women
  • PCO 4930 Black Psychology
Note: Students outside of the College of Public Health cannot register directly for Public Health classes. Instead, you must email PHHP Academic Advisor Ms. Dominic Walker and ask to be enrolled.  State that you are a Health Disparities minor, and give your UF ID number and the name and course number for which you wish to be enrolled. Enrollment is strictly on a space available basis.

  • PHC 4101 Public Health Concepts
  • SPA 3475 Deaf Culture in America
  • SYA 4930 Mental Health & Illness
  • SYO 4400 Medical Sociology
  • SYD 4808 Reproduction and Gender

Tier II: Social Inequality and Related Theory

  • AFA 3332 Black Feminist and Womanist Theory
  • AFA 3930 Black Power Movement
  • AFA 3930/POS3606 American Civil Liberties
  • AFA 4931/AML 4635 Race, Law, and Constitution
  • AFA 4931 Womanist Intellectual Thought
  • AFA4931/AML4685  Slave and Neo-Slave Narratives
  • ANT 3930 African American Diaspora
  • AMH 3674 American Slavery and Abolition
  • AMH 3931 Poverty and Welfare
  • AMH 4930 Race and Gender in Cold War US
  • AML 4685 Race and Ethnicity: Race/Sex Chicana/o Civil Rights
  • IDS 2935 #sayhername (note, this class is restricted to first year students needing a Quest 1 course)
  • LAS 4930 Indigenous Ontologies
  • SYA 4930 Race & Policing
  • SYA 4930 Environmental Racism
  • SYA 4930 Latino Migration
  • SYA 4930 Race and Ethnic Relations
  • SYA 4930 Criminalization of Immigration
  • SYD 3700 Minorities in American Sopciety
  • SYO 4530 Social Inequality
  • WST 3015 Interdisciplinary Perspectives in Women’s Studies
  • WST 3349 Ecofeminism
  • WST 3603 Sexualities Studies
  • WST 4930 LGBTQ+ Movements
  • WST 4930 Settler Colonialism, Anti-Blackness, and Women’s Resistance

Tier III: International or Global Studies

  • AFA 2000 Introduction to African-American Studies
  • AFA 3110 Key Issues in African American and Black Atlantic Thought
  • AFS 3352 Culture, Health and Arts in Sub-Saharan Africa
  • AFH 3200 Africa Since 1800
  • AFH 3342 History of West Africa
  • AFH 3931 Francophone West Africa
  • AFH 4930 Africa
  • AFS 3352 Culture, Health, and Arts in Sub-Saharan Africa
  • AFS 4935/LIT 3383/SSW 4713/WST 4930 African Women Writers
  • AFS 4935/SSW4713 African Oral Literature
  • AFS 4935/SSA 4930 Yoruba Culture-Custom
  • AFS 4935 Islam, Media, and Popular Culture
  • AMH 3519 Middle East Relations
  • AMH 3931 Antisemitism
  • ANT 3241 Anthropology of Religion
  • ANT 3364 People and Cultures of China
  • ANT 3467 Food and Culture
  • ASH 3931 Muslims/Non-Muslims in MidEast
  • CHT 3500 Chinese Culture
  • EUS 3100 Modern Czech Cinema
  • EUS 3930 The Balkans: Culture and History
  • EUS 3930 Food, Health, and Policy in the EU
  • GEO 3903 Global Patterns of STIs
  • INS 3004 International Studies Perspectives
  • ITA 3564 Contemporary Italian Culture
  • JMT 3500 Jamaican Creole, Reggae, and Rastafari
  • JST 3845 Israelis and Palestinians
  • LAH 3300 Contemporary Latin America
  • LAH 3931 Cuban Revolution
  • LAH 3931 Comparative Slavery
  • LAS 4935 Ethno Musicologies
  • LAS 4935 Latinx Cultures
Note: Students outside of the College of Public Health cannot register directly for Public Health classes. Instead, you must email PHHP Academic Advisor Ms. Dominic Walker and ask to be enrolled.  State that you are a Health Disparities minor, and give your UF ID number and the name and course number for which you wish to be enrolled. Enrollment is strictly on a space available basis.

    • PHC 3440 Global Public Health
  • REL 3191 Death and the Afterlife: Perspectives from World Religions
  • REL 3191 Gender and the Hebrew Bible
  • REL 3336 Religion in Modern India
  • REL 3938 Islam, Media, and Popular Culture
  • REL 4368 Global Islam
  • SPN 3520 Culture and Civilization of Spanish America
  • SSA 4930 Yoruba Culture
  • VTT 3500 Vietnamese Culture
  • WHO 4204 Modern Masculinities in Global Perspective
  • WST 3415 Transnational Feminism
  • WST 3930 Violence Against Women
  • WST 4930 Latina Narratives

The classes for students with a catalog year of 2019 or later are coming soon.