In recent decades our understanding of health has changed from an “absence of disease” to a more positive emphasis on social and personal resources, as well as physical capacities. In this area, you will learn about issues ranging from the impact of parent-child relationships on child development to decision-making about end-of-life care.
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Requirements for Completing a Master’s Degree in Family Social Sciences with a Focus on Developmental Health
*Important Note: These requirements are pending approval from the Faculty of Graduate Studies; it is anticipated that they will apply to all new MSc students entering the program in September 2010.
A complete listing of Family Social Sciences courses is available in the University of Manitoba Graduate Calendar.