SOCI 3315

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Dying and Death

This course explores the social, psychological, and cultural aspects of dying and death in our society. Emphasis is placed on our role as professionals and health care providers, with the intent to educate and develop personal insight and skills necessary to assist patients, families and colleagues with the various aspects of dying and death. The course utilizes both didactic and experiential teaching methods to establish a better understanding and ability to cope with this life process, both as individuals and as professionals. This course may be offered with an integrated service-learning experience.

Credit Hours
WRIT 1311 SOCI 1310
School of Arts and Sciences