BHSt Concentration Electives
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 Health Policy, Planning, and Evaluation:
Students selecting the Health Policy, Planning, and Evaluation concentration should choose 18 credit hours from the following courses:

ABIZ 1010 - Economics of World Food Issues and Policies
ACC 1100 - Introductory Financial Accounting
ANTH 2560 - Anthropology of Illness
ECON 3690 - Economic Issues of Health Policy
ECON 3692 - Economic Determinants of Health
ENVR 3400 - Introduction to Environment and Health
ENVR 4400 - Advanced Issues in Environment and Health
FMLY 4012 - Social Development Policies
GEOG 1280 - Introduction to Human Geography
GEOG 1700 - Social Justice in the 21st Century: Global Political Economy
                        and Environmental Change
GEOG 2640 - Geography of Culture and Inequality
HNSC 1200 - Food Facts and Fallacies
HNSC 3350 - Cultural and Food Patterns
HNSC 3870 - Food Geographies
KIN 2610 - Health and Physical Aspects of Aging (also NURS 2610)
KPER 1200 - Physical Activity, Health, and Wellness
KPER 2200 - Planning Principles
LABR 1260 - Working for a Living
LABR 3060 - Workplace Health and Safety
LEAD 2010 - Learning to Lead
LEAD 3010 - Negotiation and Conflict Management
LEAD 4020 - Leadership, Power, and Politics in Organizations
NATV 2100 - Indigenous Spirituality
NATV 3100 - Indigenous Healing Ways  
PSYC 2260 - Introduction to Research Methods in Psychology
PSYC 2540 - Social Psychology
PSYC 3130 - Introduction to Health Psychology
REC 3220 - Program Planning and Evaluation
SOC 2390 - Social Organization
SOC 2630 - Social Change
SOC 3540 - The Sociology of Health Care Systems
STAT 2000 - Basic Statistical Analysis 2
SWRK 1310 - Introduction to Social Welfare Policy Analysis
SWRK 2050 - Community and Organizational Theory
SWRK 2080 - Interpersonal Communication Skills


Health Promotion and Education:
Students selecting the Health Promotion and Education concentration should choose 18 credit hours from the following courses:

ANTH 2560 - Anthropology of Illness
EDUA 1560 - Adult learning and Development
EDUA 1570 - Foundations of Adult Education
EDUA 1580 - Program Planning in Adult Education
EDUA 1590 - Facilitating Adult Education
ENVR 3400 - Introduction to Environment and Health
ENVR 4400 - Advanced Issues in Environment and Health
FMLY 1010 - Human Development in the Family
FMLY 1420 - Family Management Principles
FMLY 2650 - The Social Aspects of Aging
FMLY 3012 - Theories of Social Development
FMLY 4012 - Social Development Policies
GEOG 1280 - Introduction to Human Geography
GEOG 1700 - Social Justice in the 21st Century: Global Political Economy
                        and Environmental Change
GEOG 2640 - Geography of Culture and Inequality
HEAL 4500 - Injury Prevention Across the Life Course
HNSC 1200 - Food Facts and Fallacies*   
HNSC 2130 - Nutrition through the Life Cycle*
HNSC 2150 - Composition, Functional and Nutritional Properties of Food
HNSC 2160 - Principles of Food Preparation and Preservation
HSNC 3260 - Food Quality Evaluation
HNSC 3350 - Culture and Food Patterns
HNSC 4270 - Sensory Evaluation of Food
HNSC 4290 - Food, Nutrition, and Health Policies
HNSC 4310 - Nutrition and the Elderly
KIN 2610 - Health and Physical Aspects of Aging (also NUR 2610)
KPER 1200 - Physical Activity, Health, and Wellness
LABR 1260 - Working for a Living
NATV 2100 - Indigenous Spirituality
NATV 3100 - Indigenous Healing Ways
PHIL 2150 - Mind and Body
PSYC 2260 - Introduction to Research Methods in Psychology
PSYC 2360 - Brain and Behaviour
PSYC 2440 - Behaviour Modification Principles
PSYC 2470 - Learning Foundations of Psychology
PSYC 2480 - Cognitive Processes
PSYC 3130 - Introduction to Health Psychology
RLGN 1430 - Food: Religious Concepts and Practices
SOC 2620 - The Sociology of Aging
SOC 2630 - Social Change
SOC 3540 - The Sociology of Health Care Systems
SOC 3730 - Society and Education
STAT 2000 - Basic Statistical Analysis 2*
SWRK 2050 - Community and Organizational Theory
SWRK 2080 - Interpersonal Communication Skills

Note: *Students considering a career as a Home Economics teacher through the Faculty of Education after degree program should consult with an academic advisor in the Faculty of Education. Some courses (marked with an asterisk) may be required for completion of higher level courses in the ‘teachable subject areas’ in foods and nutrition and family social sciences, and will require careful program planning.


Family Health:
Students selecting the Family Health concentration should choose 18 credit hours from the following courses:

FMLY 1000 - Families in Contemporary Canadian Society
FMLY 1010 - Human Development in the Family
FMLY 1420 - Family Management Principles
FMLY 2012  -Development, Conflict and Displacement
FMLY 2400 - Family Financial Health
FMLY 2500 - Diversity and Families
FMLY 2600 - Foundations of Childhood Developmental Health
FMLY 2650 - The Social Aspects of Aging
FMLY 2800 - Family Violence
FMLY 3012 - Theories of Social Development
FMLY 3220 - Death and the Family
FMLY 3240 - Families in the Later Years
FMLY 3330 - Parenting and Developmental Health
FMLY 3400 - Families as Consumers
FMLY 3470 - Selected Studies in the Family I
FMLY 3600 - Adolescents in Families and Society
FMLY 3800 - Conflict Resolution in the Family
FMLY 3802 - Intimate Partner Violence    
FMLY 3806 - Children, Violence and Rights
FMLY 4012 - Social Development Policies
FMLY 4220 - Aging and Risk in a Global Context
FMLY 4300 - Field Experience
FMLY 4330 - Management of Family Stress
FMLY 4400 - Family Economics: Poverty and Wealth
FMLY 4470 - Selected Studies in the Family II
FMLY 4480 - Work and Family Issues
FMLY 4500 - Senior Thesis
FMLY 4604 - Children in Adversity    
FMLY 4606 - A Social Justice Perspective on Indigenous Maternal and Child Health
FMLY 4802 - Family Violence Prevention
HEAL 4500 - Injury Prevention Across the Life Course

FMLY Courses Rotation Schedule

 *In the event of discrepancies with this document and the General Calendar, the General Calendar will prevail found here*