Family Economic Health & Family Violence
REQUIRED COURSES (51-54 credit hours):
Course #   Credits Course Title
FMLY 1000 3 Families in Contemporary Canadian Society
FMLY 1010   3 Human Development in the Family
FMLY 1012 3 Introduction to Social Development
FMLY 1420 3 Family Management Principles
FMLY 2400 3 Family Financial Health
FMLY 2500 3 Diversity & Families
FMLY 3750 3 Fundamentals of Health Promotion
FMLY 3780 3 Introduction to the Development of Programs for Children and Families
FMLY 3790 3 Introduction to the Evaluation of Programs for Children and Families
HEAL 2600 3 Integration of Health Determinants of Individuals
HMEC 2000 3 Research Methods and Presentation
HMEC 3000 3 Introduction to Social Epidemiology
SOC 1200 OR 6 Introduction to Sociology
PSYC 1200   Introduction to Psychology
STAT 1000  3 Basic Statistical Analysis 1
Science elective 3 any other course offered by Faculty of Science
one of (See Note 5):  
ECON 1010 3-6 Micro Economics
ECON 1020   Macro Economics
ECON 1210   Introduction to Canadian Economic Issues and Policies
ECON 1220   Introduction to Global and Environmental Economic Issues and Policies
     
PROGRAM ELECTIVES (27 credit hours; see Note 1):
FMLY 3400 9 Families as Consumer
FMLY 4330   Management of Family Stress
FMLY 4400   Family Economics, Poverty and Wealth
FMLY 4460   Family Financial Counselling
FMLY 4480   Work and Family Issues
Choose any 9 credit hours from the Department electives listed above
FMLY 2800  3 Family Violence
FMLY 3802 OR  3 Intimate Partner Violence
FMLY 3806   Children Violence and Rights
FMLY 4802 3 Family Violence Prevention
FMLY Elective 3 Course Title:
FMLY Elective 3 Course Title:
FMLY Elective 3 Course Title:
     
OUTSIDE ELECTIVES (12-15 credit hours; see Note 2):
Outside elective 3 Course Title:
Outside elective 3 Course Title:
Outside elective 3 Course Title:
Outside elective 3 Course Title:
Outside elective 3 Course Title:
     
FREE ELECTIVES (27 credit hours; see Note 3):
Free elective 3 Course Title:
Free elective 3 Course Title:
Free elective 3 Course Title:
Free elective 3 Course Title:
Free elective 3 Course Title:
Free elective 3 Course Title:
Free elective 3 Course Title:
Free elective 3 Course Title:
Free elective 3 Course Title:
*There is no double dipping in the options. For example, NATV 1240 Native Peoples of Canada Part 2 is on both lists, however you may only use it towards one of the lists.
 
Elective Choices: FAMILY ECONOMIC HEALTH
at least 9 credit hours from (at least 3 credit hours must be selected from courses numbered 3000 or 4000):
ACC 1100   Introductory Financial Accounting
ACC 1110   Introductory Managerial Accounting
ANTH 2430   Ecology, Technology and Society
ANTH 2550   Culture and the Individual
ECON 2310   Canadian Economic Problems
ECON 2350   Community Economic Development
ECON 2362   Economics of Gender
ECON 2390   Introduction to Environmental Economics
ECON 3720   Urban and Regional Economics and Policies
FIN 2200   Corporation Finance
FIN 3420   Security Analysis
FMLY 3012   Theories of Social Development
FMLY 3240   Families in Later Years
FMLY 3610   Developmental Health of Children and Youth
FMLY 4012   Social Development Policies
FMLY 4220   Aging & Social Aspects of Risk in a Global Context
FMLY 4602   Family Relationships, Health & Well-Being
GEOG 1280   Introduction to Human Geography
GEOG 2210   Economic Geography
GMGT 2070   Organizational Behaviour
HRIR 2440   Human Resource Management
HNSC 1210   Nutrition for Health and Changing Lifestyles
HNSC 2130   Nutrition through the Life Cycle
MKT 2210   Fundamentals of Marketing
MKT 3230   Consumer Behaviour
NATV 1200   The Native Peoples of Canada
NATV 1220   The Native Peoples of Canada, Part 1
NATV 1240   The Native Peoples of Canada, Part 2
NURS 4440   Prevention of Illness
SOC 3370   Sociology of Work
SOC 3380   Power, Politics and the Welfare State
SOC 3890   Power and Social Inequlaity: A Comparative Perspective
TXSC 1600   Textiles for Living
TXSC 1610   Textiles, Product and Consumers
TXSC 2600   Textiles for Apparel End Uses
TXSC 2610   Textiles for Non Apparel End Uses
TXSC 2620   Consumer and Organizational Behaviour toward Textile Products
TXSC 3600   Global Apparel and Textiles Trade
     
Elective Choices FAMILY VIOLENCE  at least 9 credit hours
(at least 3 credit hours must be selected from courses numbered 3000 or 4000):
ANTH 3380   Anthropology & Contemporary Social Issues
FMLY 3610   Developmental Health of Children and Youth
FMLY 3800   Conflict Resolution in the Family
FMLY 4220   Aging & Social Aspects of Risk in a Global Context
FMLY 4330   Management of Family Stress
FMLY 4602   Family Relationships, Health and Well-being
FMLY 4604   Children & Adversity
NATV 1220   The Native Peoples of Canada, Part 1
NATV 1240   The Native Peoples of Canada, Part 2
NURS 3330   Women and Health
NURS 3400   Men’s Health: Concerns, Issues, and Myths
PSYC 3470   Dyadic Relationships
SOC 2370   Ethnic Relations
SOC 2510   Criminology
SOC 3700   Sociology of Law
SOC 3790   Women, Crime, and Social Justice
SOC 3830   Youth, Crime, and Society
SWRK 3130   Contemporary Canadian Social Welfare
WOMN 3560   Feminist Perspectives on Violence against Women

Note 1.            Any non-required FMLY course is a Bachelor of Human Ecology (Family Social Sciences) program elective. At least one of the non-specified program electives must be at the 3000 or 4000 level* (pending Senate approval).

Note 2.            Outside electives are courses from outside the BHEc (FSS) program.  Students who take ECON 1010 & ECON 1020 Introduction to Micro/Macroeconomic Principles will need to take 12 credit hours of outside electives.  Students who take ECON 1210 Introduction to Canadian Economic Issues and Policies or ECON 1220 Introduction to Global and Environmental Economic Issues and Policies will need to take 15 credit hours of outside electives.

Note 3.            Free Electives can be taken from the Bachelor of Human Ecology (Family Social Sciences) program or other faculties at the University of Manitoba.

Note 4.            Elective choices for 2 or more options can only be taken to satisfy the requirements from one section, ie. It cannot be used to satisfy both lists.

Note 5.            ECON 1010 & ECON 1020 may not be held with ECON 1200.

 

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

*It is the student’s responsibility to ensure pre-requisites are met before registering for higher level courses*