The history of television
The development of television as an industry, technology, and cultural commodity from its roots in other forms of popular culture to the present, paying particular attention to the social and aesthetic contexts within which programs have been viewed.
Perspectives on Health, Disease and Healing
Utilizes the perspectives of the humanities and social sciences to provide students with a broader understanding of the many facets of health and disease, suffering and dying, and the art and science of healing.
ETA: I'm a political science major with (print) journalism/labor studies minors, if that matters.