Our virtual curriculum below collates courses from across the Faculty of Social and Historical Sciences that address topics covered within the Health, Mind and Society.
If you are interested in taking one of the below courses/modules or using it to help design a personalized course on Health, Mind and Society within your current programme allowances, please use the relevant contact below for further information and availability. You can also find further information via the UCL Module catalogue.
This list will be updated regularly.
|ANTH0097 Medical Anthropology||Postgraduate||This module is compulsory for students on MSc Medical Anthropology only.||Dr Joseph Calabrese|
|ANTH0182 Medical Anthropology||Undergraduate and Postgraduate|
UG: This module is compulsory for students on iBSc Medical Science with Medical Anthropology and also open to students on BSc Anthropology, BSc Anthropology with a Year Abroad, BSc Human Sciences and students with a Social Sciences background, including affiliates.
PG: This module is open to students on any Masters Anthropology programme (excluding MSc Medical Anthropology) and students with a Social Sciences background.
|Dr Joseph Calabrese|
|ANTH0095 Psychological Anthropology and Cultural Psychology||Postgraduate||This module is open to students on MSc Medical Anthropology, MSc Biosocial Medical Anthropology, MSc Social Anthropology, MSc Anthropology, Environment and Development, MSc Human Evolution and Behaviour and MRes Anthropology only.||Dr Joseph Calabrese|
|ANTH0045 Ritual Healing and Therapeutic Emplotment|
|Undergraduate||N/A||Anthropology UG Team|
|ANTH0100 Biosocial Anthropology, Health and Environment||Postgraduate||This module is open to students on any Masters programme at UCL.||Dr Sahra Gibbon|
|ANTH0220 Nutrition, Health and Culture||Undergraduate and Postgraduate|
PG: This module is restricted to students undertaking programmes in the Department of Anthropology and the Division of Medicine.
UG: This module is restricted to final year BSc Anthropology and BSc Anthropology with Year Abroad and iBSc Anthropology students who have undertaken ANTH0182 and students undertaking programmes in the Division of Medicine.
|Dr Sahra Gibbon|
|ANTH0047 Anthropology of Ethics and Morality||Undergraduate||N/A||Anthropology UG Team|
|ANTH0015 Being Human||Undergraduate||This module is compulsory for BSc Anthropology and BSc Anthropology with a Year Abroad second year students and is restricted to these programmes. This module cannot be taken by affiliate students.||Dr Alexander Piel|
|ANTH0099 Reproduction, Sex and Sexuality||Undergraduate||N/A||Aaron Parkhurst|
|ANTH0158 Biosocial Approaches to Childrearing||Undergraduate||This module is open to undergraduate students who have completed ANTH0008/ANTH0009/ANTH0010 Introduction to Biological Anthropology or equivalent for affiliate students. You will not be able to join the module if you do not meet this criteria.|
|Dr Emily Emmott|
|ANTH079 Aspects of Applied Medical Anthropology ||Undergraduate and Postgraduate|| ||Carrie Ryan|
|ANTH0098 Multisensory Experience: Understanding Sickness and Health Through the Senses ||Postgraduate|| ||Dalia Iskander|
|ANTH0144 Anthropology of Infectious Diseases ||Postgraduate|| ||Dalia Iskander|
|ANTH0195 Migration and Health ||Postgraduate|| ||David Napier|
|ANTH00016 Anthropology of the Body ||Postgraduate|| || |
|ECON0024 Economic Policy Analysis||Undergraduate||Suitable for: Final year Economics students. This module is available to students who have already completed the three 2nd year core modules: ECON0013: Microeconomics, ECON0016: Macroeconomic Theory and Policy and ECON0019: Quantitative Economics and Econometrics. A thorough understanding of the material taught in the core modules will be assumed in the teaching of ECON0024. Final year Geog/Econ and Phil/Econ students *may* take this module if they are taking ECON0019 concurrently and are aware of the above. ||Richard Maskell|
|ECON0069 Health Economics||Postgraduate||Students not enrolled on the MSc Economics programme must meet the pre-requisite of having the permission of the MSc Economics programme administrator before selecting this module.||Economics|
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