Human Sciences, General - HUSC

Courses

HUSC 1010 INTRODUCTION TO HUMAN SCIENCES (2) LEC. 2. An introduction course to provide an understanding of the discipline of Human Sciences, history, and career opportunities.

HUSC 2000 HUNGER: CAUSES, CONSEQUENCES, AND RESPONSES (3) LEC. 3. Examine hunger as a complex issue of sustainable human development. Topics include causes and consequences of domestic and global hunger and potential solutions. Credit will not be given for both HUSC 2000 and HUSC 2007.

HUSC 2007 HONORS HUNGER: CAUSES, CONSEQUENCES, AND RESPONSES (3) LEC. 3. Pr. Honors College. Examine hunger as a complex issue of sustainable human development. Topics include causes and consequences of domestic and global hunger and potential solutions. Credit will not be given for both HUSC 2000 and HUSC 2007.

HUSC 2500 LIFE DESIGN & DEVELOPMENT (3) LEC. 3. LAB. 0, LEC. 0. Examine how design thinking can help create a life that is both meaningful and fulfilling, regardless of who or where you are. Students will be able to apply design thinking mindsets to themselves, their community, and the world around them.

HUSC 2940 STUDY ABROAD IN HUMAN SCIENCES (1-6) AAB. Departmental approval. This course introduces incoming students with opportunities to reach beyond the classroom to study topics that are relevant to human sciences and quality of life issues. Application required.

HUSC 3380 STUDY ABROAD OPPORTUNITIES IN HUMAN SCIENCES (0-2) LEC. 2. Pre-departure orientation for student participating in the Joseph S. Bruno Auburn Aboard program in Ariccia, Italy. 2.25 GPA, 19 or older and admission to the JSBAII program required. Course may be repeated for a maximum of 2 credit hours.

HUSC 3970 SPECIAL TOPICS IN HUMAN SCIENCES (1-3) LEC. 1-3. Special Topics in Human Sciences Course may be repeated for a maximum of 6 credit hours.

HUSC 4000 HUNGER STUDIES CAPSTONE (3) LEC. 3. Pr. HUSC 2000 or HUSC 2003 or HUSC 2007. Examination of global and domestic hunger issues from multidisciplinary perspectives.

HUSC 4010 CHS AT AU IN ITALY: INTEGRATED GLOBAL STUDIES (6) LEC. 6. Pr. HUSC 3380. Departmental approval. Coreq. HUSC 3380 and HUSC 4380 and HUSC 4940. Multi-faceted cultural experience focused on individuals/families in the context of history and Italian culture. 2.25 GPA, 19 or older and admission to the JSBAII program.

HUSC 4380 CHS AT AU IN ITALY: STUDY AND TRAVEL (2) AAB/FLD. 2. Pr. HUSC 3380. Coreq. HUSC 4940 and HUSC 4010 and HUSC 3380. Broaden world views, increase cultural awareness, and demonstrate an ability to function globally or in a global environment through the Auburn Abroad in Italy program. 2.25 GPA required. Students must be 19 or older and accepted into the JSBAII program.

HUSC 4480 GLOBAL STUDY TRAVEL IN HUMAN SCIENCES (1-12) AAB. Sophomore/Junior/Senior Standing or Departmental approval application required. Student international study travel to study topics relevant to human sciences and quality of life issues. Course may be repeated for a maximum of 12 credit hours.

HUSC 4940 CHS AT AU IN ITALY: DIRECTED FIELD EXPERIENCES (6) AAB/FLD. 6. Pr. HUSC 3380. Coreq. HUSC 4380 and HUSC 3380 and HUSC 4010. Supplemental lectures for HUSC 4010 provided through field trips and participation in Italian culture experiences. 2.25 GPA required. Student must be 19 years old or older and admitted to the JSBAII program.

HUSC 4980 UNDERGRADUATE RESEARCH IN HUMAN SCIENCES (1-3) LAB. 1-3, RES. 1-3. Undergraduate research in the human sciences Course may be repeated for a maximum of 6 credit hours.

HUSC 5930 SOCIETY AND HEALTH (3) LEC. 45. This course provide an overview of population-level theories of health and introduces students to concepts in society and health, with a focus on major themes related to social determinants of health and health inequities. May count either HUSC 5930 or HDFS 5930.

HUSC 5940 STUDY AND TRAVEL IN HUMAN SCIENCES (1-12) AAB/LEC. Pr. 2.25 GPA. Provide students with opportunities to reach beyond the classroom to study topics that are relevant to human sciences and quality of life issues. Application required; additional requirements may apply. Course may be repeated for a maximum of 12 credit hours.

HUSC 5950 SEMINAR ON HEALTH ECOLOGY AND EQUITY (3) LEC. 3. This is a seminar course that features distinguished lecturers. This course provides knowledge on special topics in health ecology and equity, delving into specific research programs. May count either HUSC 5950 or HDFS 5950.

HUSC 6930 SOCIETY AND HEALTH (3) LEC. 45. This course provides an overview of population-level theories of health and introduces students to concepts in society and health, with a focus on major themes related to social determinants of health and health inequities. May count either HUSC 6930 or HDFS 6930.

HUSC 6940 STUDY AND TRAVEL IN HUMAN SCIENCES (1-6) AAB/LEC. Provide students with opportunities to reach beyond the classroom to study topics that are relevant to human sciences and quality of life issues. Application required; additional requirements may apply. Course may be repeated for a maximum of 6 credit hours.

HUSC 6950 SEMINAR ON HEALTH ECOLOGY AND EQUITY (3) SEM. 3. This is a seminar course that features distinguished lecturers. This course provides knowledge on special topics in health ecology and equity, delving into specific research programs. May count either HUSC 6950 or HDFS 6950.

HUSC 7910 CHS STUDY ABROAD PROGRAM ADMINISTRATION PRACTICUM (1-6) AAB/PRA. 1-6. SU. Departmental approval. Graduate status and acceptance as a GTA for a CHS Study Abroad Program. Directed practical experience administering an undergraduate study abroad program. 2.25 GPA required. Students must be 19 or older.