Health & the Environment Concentration
Health & the Environment
As you learn to analyze the diversity of interactions between humans and the natural world across cultures, you'll also explore the ecological, social, physical, mental, and spiritual consequences of humans’ encounters with the natural world. The application of theories of environmental justice and health justice in real and/or realistic scenarios will be emphasized.
This concentration will help you to combine analytical tools of the humanities and the sciences to understand the deep and multifaceted relationships between health and the environment as well as to examine and develop practical ways of responding strategically to the consequences of such relationships.
For more information on this and other concentrations in the MA CCT, or to view course listings and course descriptions, please see the Graduate Catalog.
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