POPLHLTH 103G Epidemics: Black Death to Bioterrorism

POPLHLTH 103G | Open | Semester Two 2022 | City Campus | 15 points

Description

Epidemics have devastated human populations and will continue to do so. This course looks at how epidemics can run rampant through society and how we can control them. It will include examples from the past and present, as well as outline future threats. A diversity of epidemics will be covered, from the plague, gambling, depression, pandemics, nun-biting and alien abduction.

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