Medical Humanities

A two semester learning community

  • Explore traditional dichotomies and discuss specific cases and embed them in a larger question about normalcy
  • Be successful taking 15 credit hours per semester
  • Complete most or all of your General Education requirements
  • Have great instructors
  • Access to peer advisors, students success advocates, a librarian and an advisor
  • Get a certificate on your transcript

4 easy steps to plan all your classes for the semester!

Fall 2019

1. Sign up for the Medical Humanities Learning Community (HF) UGS 2250-001 M,W 1:25-2:45 PM (class # 1071)

2. Select One BF course from this list

NURS 2100-001 Human Dev Lifespan ONLINE (3) OR FCS 1500-001 Lifespan & Human Development M,W 10:45-11:35 (3)
GNDR 1100 Gender & Social Change (3)
PSY 1010 General Psychology (4)

3. Select One SF/AS course from this list

*BIOL 1610 Fundamentals of Biology (4)
*CHEM 1210 General Chemistry * (4) – Chem 1215 should be taken concurrently
NUIP 1020 Scientific Foundations Nutrition and Health (3)
BIOL 1010-001 Biol. in 21st Century (3) Tu,Th 9:10-10:30

4. Pick 2 more classes of your choice for a total of 15 credits (we recommend math and writing)

 

*Indicates that there may be prerequisites for the class – please consult the catalog.

 

SPRING 2020

1. Sign up for the Medical Humanities Learning Community (HF) UGS 2255-001 M,W 1:25-2:45 PM Class #9627

2. Sign up for THEA 1033-001 (FF) Tu/Th 10:45-12:05 PM Class #10191

3. Select ANY Physical Life Science (SF) or Applied Science (AS) OR Behavioral Science (BF) OR another Fine Ars (FF) course


AS – NUIP 1020 Scientific Foundations Nutrition and Health (3)
SF – CHEM 1130 Chem. for Health Sciences (5)
SF – CHEM 1210 General Chemistry (4)
SF – BIOL 1610 Fundamental of Biology (4)
BF – FCS 2400 Modern Family (3)
FF – MUSC 1236 Survey of Jazz (3)


4. Pick  more classes for a total of 15 credits



We recommend completing math, writing or history if you still need those. If you are only needing a one credit hour class, you should check out UGS 1050.

Have specific questions about the BlockU Program? Email us at blocku@utah.edu

Have questions about how BlockU fits with your intended course of study? Schedule an appointment with the Academic Advising Center at 801-581-8146.

How to Sign Up


Librarian: Alfred Mowdood & Erin Wimmer
alfred.mowdood@utah.edu, erin.wimmer@utah.edu

Student Success Advocate: Christine Contestable
christine.contestable@utah.edu

Peer Mentor: Briona Proulx
u1202545@utah.edu

Fall Syllabi

UGS 2250-001

BIOL 1210-001 & 002

BIOL 1210-003

BIOL 1210-004

BIOL 1210-005

BIOL 1210-070

NUTR 1020-003

FCS 2400-001

GNDR 1100

PSY 1010

Spring Syllabi

UGS 2255-001