The interdisciplinary minor in Bioethics, Humanities and Medicine is designed to foster students’ understanding of the ethical dimensions of science, health research and health care delivery; to provide students with the knowledge and skills necessary to engage and analyze these dimensions; to facilitate students’ integration of their education in the humanities and their understanding of, and approach to, medicine and health care; and to allow students to bring this interdisciplinary knowledge to bear in medical education and practice.
Requirements: The minor requires 18 hours. No more than 3 credits counting towards a major and no more than 6 credits counting towards another minor can also count towards the Bioethics, Humanities and Medicine minor. Courses.
Simone M. Caron, PhD, Professor of History, Tribble Hall B103
Mary Foskett, PhD, Wake Forest Kahle Professor of Religion & Albritton Fellow, Wingate Hall 120
Pat Lord, PhD, Teaching Professor of Biology, Winston Hall 223
Tom Phillips, PhD, Director, Wake Forest Scholars Program & The Interdisciplinary Humanities Pathway to Medicine, Reynolda Hall 102
Contact: Stephanie Reitz, Administrative Coordinator, Bioethics, Humanities & Medicine & Center for Bioethics, Health & Society, Tribble Hall B313