Cancellation of the Medical Humanities Certificate Program
MH Certificate is part of an HFA initiative, which will no longer be offered via PaCE beyond Sp21. Students who have already taken INT X410 are encouraged to take INT X411 in Spring 21, and finish the required coursework for MH certificate. Please contact HFA for further enquiries.
After completing both PaCE course requirements, INT X410 and X411, students have up to 5 years of taking their first PaCE course to complete the Medical Humanities Electives and receive a Medical Humanities Professional Certificate.
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What you'll learn
|2020-21 CERTIFICATE PROGRAM COURSE SCHEDULE|
|Required PaCE Courses||Units||F||W||S||Su|
|INT X410, Intro to Medical Humanities||3|
|INT X411, Medical Humanities in the World||3|
|Required UCSB Electives|
|Choose 10 units of electives from the list provided HERE. UCSB Elective Courses can be taken through PaCE’s Open University Program.||10|
|Free Webinar Course|
|INT X419, Conversations with Clinicians|
Online UCSB / Blended Downtown Santa Barbara
UCSB STUDENT DISCOUNT NOW AVAILABLE!!!
PaCE is now able to offer a 50% discount on the Spring 2021 PaCE Medical Humanities course, Medical Humanities in the World (INT X411), to current UCSB students.
In order to secure your discount, please follow these steps:
1) Visit the Course Page and hit the "Add to Cart" button.
2) From the checkout page be sure to click on "Apply a discount" and select "50% UCSB Student Discount".
In addition, a limited number of HFA Scholarships are available for students and are awarded subject to availability of funds. In combination with the PaCE Discount above, scholarship recipients will not pay any tuition for the Spring 2021 course! To apply for the HFA Scholarship, please submit your application HERE. Priority will be given to first time recipients and/or those with demonstrated financial need. The deadline to apply is March 5, 2021. Scholarships will be announced by March 12, 2021.
“Students will be exposed to a variety of components on how 'humanities' actually has an impact on very select and often times vulnerable patient populations.”
-Jason Prystowsky, MD
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