HHC Curricular Toolkit


The HHC Curricular Toolkit is a collection of resources for people and institutions interested in building a health humanities program at their university or college. Whether a major, minor, certificate, pathway, masters or doctoral degree, this toolkit has the information you need to complete your proposal.

If you have other questions or wish to speak with an external consultant or advisor, just complete the Contact Us form.

Contributors to the HHC Toolkit include: Sarah L. Berry, Rachel Bracken, Andrea Charise, Mel L. Kantor, Craig M. Klugman, Catherine Burns Konefal, Tess Jones, Rosemary Weatherston, Anna-leila Williams

The HHC Toolkit is a living document that will be updated as more resources become available

Baccalaureate Programs

View a listing of baccalaureate majors, minors, and certificate programs in Health Humanities (by Case Western Reserve University)

Graduate Programs

View a list of graduate masters, doctoral, and certificate program in Health Humanities (by UT Austin Humanities Institute)

View a list of medical school Health Humanities Programs.

Syllabus Repository

Search the Health Humanities syllabus repository (by Rice University Medical Futures Lab) that is organized by discipline, content, and topic. Click here to submit your own class for inclusion. The HHC also has a small curated collection of syllabi on its website.

Graduation Statistics & CIP Code

Learn more about the Dept of Education’s instructional classification code for Health/Medical Humanities & how it helps track student outcomes. Find national graduation rates in health humanities here.

Consider using CIP 51.3204 Medical/Health Humanities for your degree or certificate.

Toolkit/Program Development Publications

Sample Proposals

Contact Us

If you have suggestions, comments, are looking for an external consultant or advisor, or need additional information, please reach out and contact us.


How to Contribute

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