Whereas a certificate requires 18 credits in a wide range of related disciplines, a minor requires 24 credits in more specific areas of study.
Yes, Hum 315, “Perspectives on Medical Humanities” the introductory course, and ENGL 470, “Capstone Seminar in Medical Humanities”, three credits each.
Yes. Some courses in almost any discipline are applicable to the Certificate Program in Medical Humanities. Check the website and consult with the Co-Directors, Emilie S. Passow, PhD and Stacey Ake, PhD in the Department of English and Philosophy.
Students in any major are welcome including those in the Honors Program with appropriate modification of their course work. (See “3 Good Reasons for enrolling in the Certificate Program in Medical Humanities).
Begin by contacting either Co Director of the program: Stacey Ake, PhD at firstname.lastname@example.org or Emilie S. Passow, PhD at email@example.com. They will supply you with additional details best suited to your goals. Students can enroll as early as the end of their 1st undergraduate year at Drexel in any of the colleges and no later than the beginning of their 3rd year.