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One-Credit Pre-Health Courses - Spring 2019

There are still seats open in several of the Pre-Health Student Resource Center courses for the 2019 spring semester. Detailed information regarding each course can be found on the PHSRC courses page.

AHS 1901 - Panama, Health in the Tropics: Humans, Animals, and Ecosystems 
During this Freshman Seminar Abroad, students will immerse themselves in the exploration of culture, livelihoods, and health of indigenous communities, the impacts and opportunities of ecotourism, and a variety of conservation efforts. Participants will live in the student center on Isla Bastimentos, based at Red Frog Beach Resort, with excursions into Panama City and around the Boca Del Toros region. Deadline to apply is December 3. Students can contact trip co-leader Fred Williams at will1053@umn.edu with any questions. *Students can fill out the application on the Learning Abroad Center's website.
 
AHS 1101 & 1102 (online section): Orientation to Health Careers 
Students will learn about a wide variety of health careers through guest speakers, and reflect on their fit for a health professional program. (1 cr) 
 
AHS 1601 - Future Physician II: Life & Work of a Physician 
Explore the field of medicine by interacting with physician guest speakers from the University of Minnesota Medical School and the community. Learn to think critically about the challenges and opportunities of a career in medicine through interactive and reflective exercises. (1 cr) *Please note that students can take this course before taking the AHS 1600, the first course in this series. Students do not need a permission number to register.
 
AHS 1602 - Future Physician III: Experiences in Medicine (online) 
Students continue their exploration of medicine and reflection on their fit within the field. Students will complete 35 hours of volunteer placement within a setting that employs physicians and serves patients. (2 cr) *Students will need to take either 1600 or 1601 to be eligible for this course. Students can email PHSRC@umn.edu to request a permission number.
Posted 
December, 2018