(Introduction to Sociology/Anthropology - Health Focus.) Sociology and anthropology share a focus on exploring the social (group rather than individual) bases of human practices and behaviors that are regarded as crucial for working in health care professions. Both disciplines study social interaction and such social institutions as family and religion. This course uses examples from health care settings and scenarios to introduce students to key concepts for viewing the world through sociological and anthropological lenses, including cultural relativism, material culture, and the social construction of human experience through categories like race, class, and gender. Not open to students who have taken SOAN 110 or IREL 160. No prerequisites.