Disability and Community Support Diploma
  

 You must choose an area of study upon entrance into the Family Social Sciences Program.

TX= Courses transferred in from Red River College

 

REQUIRED COURSES (51-54 credit hours)

 

Course #

Credits

Course Title

FMLY 1000 (1020)

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 (2350)

3

Diversity & Families

FMLY 3750

3

Fundamentals of Health Promotion

FMLY 3780

3

Development of Programs for Children & Families

FMLY 3790

3

Evaluation of Programs for Children & Families

HMEC 2030 (now HEAL 2600) – TX

3

Perspectives and Communication

HMEC 2000 (2050)

3

Research and Presentation

HMEC 3100 (now HMEC 3000) – TX

3

Research  and Presentation

At least one of the following ECON courses (see Note 2 and Note 5): 

ECON 1010

3-6

Micro Economics

ECON 1020

 

Macro Economics

ECON 1210

 

Economics in Canadian Issues

ECON 1220

 

Economics in Global Issues

Science elective

3

3 credit hour course from Faculty of Science

STAT 1000

3

Basic Statistical Analysis 1

Note - you will need Grade 12 Math 40S or equivalent to take STAT 1000

PSYC 1200 OR

6

Introduction to Psychology

SOC 1200 

 

Introduction to Sociology

*The requirement for PSYC 1200 is waived; students who wish to complete higher level PSYC or SOC courses should consider taking one. If you do not choose to take one, you must replace with 6 credit hours of your choice. Total number of courses that are required after transfer from RRC must equal at least 60 credit hours.

PROGRAM ELECTIVES (27 credit hours; see Note 1)
(see option sheets for more specific course information to meet option requirements)     

FMLY 4300 – TX

3

Course Title: Field Experience

FMLY 4300 – TX

3

Course Title: Field Experience

FMLY 3XXX - TX

3

Course Title: TX-FMLY 3XXX - Family Social Sciences Elective

FMLY Elective

3

Course Title:

FMLY Elective

3

Course Title:

FMLY Elective

3

Course Title:

FMLY Elective

3

Course Title:

FMLY Elective

3

Course Title:

FMLY Elective

3

Course Title:

 

 

 

OUTSIDE ELECTIVES       (12-15 credit hours)

ELEC 1XXX – TX

3

Course Title: Elective

ELEC 1XXX – TX

3

Course Title: Elective

ELEC 1XXX – TX

3

Course Title: Elective

ELEC 1XXX – TX

3

Course Title: Elective

ELEC 1XXX – TX

3

Course Title: Elective

 

FREE ELECTIVES              (30 credit hours; see Note 3)

HMEC ELEC – TX

3

Course Title: Human Ecology Elective

HMEC ELEC – TX

3

Course Title: Human Ecology Elective

ELEC 1XXX – TX

3

Course Title: Elective

ELEC 1XXX – TX

3

Course Title: Elective

ELEC 1XXX – TX

3

Course Title: Elective

ELEC 1XXX – TX

3

Course Title: Elective

ELEC 1XXX – TX

3

Course Title: Elective

ELEC 1XXX – TX

3

Course Title: Elective

ELEC 1XXX – TX

3

Course Title: Elective

 

 

 

Degree Total: 120 Credit Hours

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 & 1020 Introduction to Micro/Macroeconomic Principles (6 cr. hours) will need to take 12 credit hours of outside electives.  Students who take ECON 1210 Introduction to Canadian Economics Issues and Policies or 1220 Introduction to Global and Environmental Economic Issues and Policies (3 cr. hours) 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 from other programs 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 & 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*