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EOH 642 Healthy Housing & Built Environment 3.0 Credits

The importance of housing and the built environment is recognized in the United Nations’ Sustainable Development Goal #11 to make places where people live inclusive, safe, resilient, and sustainable. This course provides an overview how housing and the built environment affect health, with attention to pathways through which both harmful exposures and health-supportive opportunities affect populations. Students will be guided to contribute to the breadth of topics and perspectives discussed, to access and appraise relevant evidence, to reflect on social and historical factors that have led to place-based inequities, to juxtapose and compare plans with regards to their effects on health and health equity, and to articulate ways that health benefits of built environment change can be amplified.

College/Department: Dornsife School of Public Health
Repeat Status: Not repeatable for credit

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