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You’ll be ready to bridge the gap between provider and patient, and between fundamental scientific knowledge and culture, to promote a holistic engagement for the increasingly diverse communities in their use of the healthcare system. Those who take the optional suite of classes in Spanish will develop the language skills to help meet the demands of a growing Spanish-speaking population.

median pay for health education specialists, 2022 (Bureau of Labor Statistics)
projected job growth for medical and health services managers, 2022-32 (Bureau of Labor Statistics)

In Their Words

Whether you plan to join the workforce or attend a medical or health professions graduate program after earning your Medical Humanities degree, our faculty will support, encourage, and guide you from your first class on campus. We take great pride in graduating majors who help improve our country’s healthcare system and support their patients or clients along the way.
Dr. Ivette Guzmán Zavala, Professor of Spanish