Required Courses for Aboriginal Health Majors

Year One, Fall Term
• ADCS 1000 Intro to Addiction Studies or PUBH 1000 Intro to Public Health
• SOCI 1000 Intro to Sociology
• NAS 1000 Intro to Native American Studies
• Elective
• Elective

Year One, Spring Term
• HLSC 2300 Intro to Aboriginal Health
• HLSC 2310 Human Nutrition
• Fine Arts & Humanities Elective
• WRIT 1000 Intro to Academic Writing
• Elective

Year Two, Fall Term
• ADCS 1020 Intro to Counselling
• HLSC 2700 Health and Society
• Fine Arts & Humanities Elective
• Social Science Eelective
• Elective

Year Two, Spring Term
• HLSC 2003 Epidemiology
• Social Science Elective
• Science Elective
• List course*
• Elective

Year Three, Fall Term
• HLSC 3300 Traditional Aboriginal Health Concepts
• HLSC 3310 Contemporary Issues in Aboriginal Health
• MGT 3080 Managerial Skill Development
• Science Elective
• List course*

Year Three, Spring Term
• HLSC 3450 Applied Statistics for Clinical Practice
• HLSC 3260 Research in Health Sciences
• PUBH 3420 Public Health Ethics
• List course*
• Elective

Year Four, Fall Term
• List course*
• List course*
• Elective
• Elective
• Elective

Year Four, Spring Term
• HLSC 4350 Practicum in Aboriginal Health (15.0 credit hours)

 

*List courses:

  • HLSC 2400 – Medical Microbiology
  • HLSC 2600/WMST 2100 - Women and Health
  • HLSC 2806/BIOL 2806 – Immunology
  • HLSC 3002 – Health Promotion
  • ADCS 3130 – Diversity in Counselling
  • ADCS 3150 - Adult Psychopathology
  • HLSC 3500/MGT 3825 – Information in Health Care
  • ADCS 3739 – Addictions in Particular Populations
  • HLSC 3860 - Men's Health
  • ADCS 4200 – Community Development and Outreach
  • HLSC 3802 – Gerontology
  • HLSC 3850 – Special Topics
  • HLSC 3570/PSYC 3570 - Contemporary Issues in Mental Health
  • PUBH 2000 – Population Health
  • PUBH 3000 – Canadian and Global Perspectives
  • PUBH 3850 – Special Topics
  • PUBH 4000 – Advanced Public Health

The Program Planning Guide lists all required courses in the program and provides students with more information on the exciting major in Aboriginal Health.