Evolutionary human development has been paralleled by the evolution of diseases that have been exclusive to or shared with their human host and others. Diseases have shaped our biological and social development. The development and impact of various diseases on human behavior and biology have been significant and enduring. It is the relationship between disease and human behavior and the dynamics of this association that will be established and reviewed.
Prerequisite: Nine social and behavioral science hours including ANT 111 OR 112 or instructor permission. Offered: Not on a regular basis credit: 3