Aboriginal Health Second Degree

Applicants to the Aboriginal Health major who have previously completed an approved undergraduate degree with a minimum GPA of 2.00 will have the opportunity to complete an individualized 20-course program in just two years. 

The individualized program will include some of the following courses:

  • ABHL 1000 - Introduction to Aboriginal Health
  • ABHL 2000 - Indigenous Healing and Restoration
  • ABHL 3300 - Traditional Aboriginal Health Concepts
  • ABHL 3310 - Contemporary Issues in Aboriginal Health
  • ABHL 4350 - Practicum in Aboriginal Health (15.0 credit hours)
  • ADCS 1020 - Introduction to the Counselling Interview
  • ADCS 2235 - First Nations Counselling
  • ADCS 3729 - Studies in Specific Addictive Disorders (Series)
  • HLSC 1010 - Personal Health and Wellness
  • HLSC 2310 - Human Nutrition
  • HLSC 2700/SOCI 2700 - Health and Society
  • HLSC 3260 - Research in the Health Sciences
  • HLSC 3450/PSYC 3450 - Applied Statistics for Clinical Practice
  • HLSC 3510 - Program Planning and Evaluation
  • INDG 1000 - Introduction to Indigenous Studies
  • MGT 3080 - Managerial Skill Development
  • PUBH 1000 - Introduction to Public Health
  • PUBH 3420 - Public Health Ethics
  • SOCI 1000 - Introduction to Sociology
  • WRIT 1000 - Introduction to Academic Writing