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					                                                 FAMILY SOCIAL SCIENCES
                            AGING & CHILD AND YOUTH DEVELOPMENTAL HEALTH
REQUIRED COURSES (48-51 credit hours): (Pre-requisites in parentheses)
Course#:        Credits     Course Title:
     FMLY 1010      3       Human Development in the Family
     FMLY 1012      3       Introduction to Social Development (Not to be held with FMLY 1900)
     FMLY 1020      3       Family Issues across the Lifespan
     FMLY 1420      3       Family Management Principles
     FMLY 2400      3       Family Financial Health (FMLY 1420)
     FMLY 2350      3       Multicultural Family Issues (FMLY 1020)
     FMLY 3780      3       Introduction to the Development of Programs for Children and Families (HMEC 2000)
     FMLY 3790      3       Introduction to the Evaluation of Programs for Children and Families (HMEC 2000)
     HEAL 2600      3       Integration of Health Determinants of Individuals (One of CHEM 1300 OR BIOL 1020 OR
                            STAT 1000 AND one of PSYC 1200 OR SOC 1200, not to be held with HMEC 2030)
     HMEC 2000      3       Research Methods and Presentation (STAT 1000, not to be held with HMEC 2050)
     HMEC 3000      3       Introduction to Social Epidemiology (HEAL 2600 & HMEC 2000 or
                            any 2000 level or higher research course)
     SOC 1200       6       Introduction to Sociology OR
     PSYC 1200              Introduction to Psychology
     STAT 1000      3       Basic Statistical Analysis 1 (Math 40S)
                        3        any other Science course (offered by the Faculty of Science)
                                 one of (See Note 5):
      ECON1010          3-6      Micro Economics
      ECON 1020                  Macro Economics
      ECON1210                   Introduction to Canadian Economic Issues and Policies
      ECON1220                   Introduction to Global and Environmental Economic Issues and Policies

DEPARTMENT ELECTIVES (24 credit hours; see Note 1):
Course#:        Credits    Course Title:
      FMLY 4300    6       Field Experience (84 credit hours & consent of instructor)
      FMLY 2600    3       Foundations of Childhood Developmental Health (“C” or better in FMLY 1010)
      FMLY 3600    3       Adolescents in Families and Societies (FMLY 2600)
      FMLY 4604 OR      3        Children in Adversity (FMLY 2600 or 3600, not to be held with FMLY 4600)
      FMLY 3330                  Parenting & Developmental Health (FMLY 2600 or 3600)
                        3        Course Title:
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FACULTY ELECTIVE (3 credit hours @ 3000 or 4000 level; see Note 4):
                     3        Course Title:

OUTSIDE ELECTIVES (12-15 credit hours; see Note 2):
Course#:          Credits     Course Title:
                     3        Course Title:
                     3        Course Title:
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                     3        Course Title:

FREE ELECTIVES (30 credit hours; see Note 3):

Course#:           Credits       Course Title:
      HMEC or SWRK    3          Social Aspects of Aging
      or REC 2650
      NURS or         3          Health and Physical Aspects of Aging
      KIN 2610
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                                                                               Effective date: November 2011 ADH & CYDH   1
Elective Choices
                                                                         Note 1. Any non-required FMLY course is a Department
AGING & DEVELOPMENTAL HEALTH                                                     Elective.
at least 3 credit hours from:
FMLY 3220          Death and the Family (FMLY 1020 or PSYC 1200          Note 2. Outside electives are courses from outside the Faculty
                   or SOC 1200)                                                  of Human Ecology. Students who take ECON 1010 &
FMLY 3240          Families in the Later Years (FMLY 1010 &                      1020 Micro/Macro Economics will need to take 12 credit
                   1020 or PSYC 1200 or SOC 1200)                                hours of outside electives. Students who take ECON
FMLY 4220          Aging & Social Aspects of Risk in a Global                    1210 Introduction to Canadian Economics Issues and
                   Context (HMEC 2650 or REC 2650 or KIN                         Policies or 1220 Introduction to Global and
                   2610)                                                         Environmental Economic Issues and Policies will need
                                                                                 to take 15 credit hours of outside electives.
at least 3 credit hours from:
NURS 2200          Selected Topics in Aging and Health                   Note 3. Free electives can be taken from the Department of
PSYC 2370          Developmental Psychology from Adolescence                     Family Social Sciences, the Faculty of Human Ecology,
                   to Old Age (‘C’ or better in PSYC 1200)                       or other faculties at the University of Manitoba.
PSYC 3460          Abnormal Psychology (‘C’ or better in PSYC 1200)
PSYC 3490          Individual Differences (‘C’ or better in PSYC 1200)   Note 4. Elective choices for 2 or more options can only be taken
PSYC 3610          Memory (‘C’ or better in PSYC 1200)                           to satisfy the requirements from one section, ie. It
KIN 4500           Physical Activity & Aging (C in KIN 3512)                     cannot be used to satisfy both lists.
REC 4250           Leisure Services for the Aging (REC 3060)
RLGN 1410          Death and Concepts of the Future                      Note 5. ECON 1010 & 1020 may not be held with ECON 1200.
SOC 2490           Sociology of Health and Illness (‘C’ in SOC 1200)
SOC 2620           The Sociology of Aging (‘C’ in SOC 1200)                 *In the event of discrepancies with this document and the General
SOC 3510           Population Dynamics and Change (‘C’ in SOC 1200)                          Calendar, the General Calendar will prevail.*
SOC 3540           The Sociology of Health Care Systems
                                                                         *It is the student’s responsibility to ensure pre-requisites are met prior to
                   (‘C’ in PSYC 1200)
                                                                                              registering in higher level courses*
CHILD & YOUTH DEVELOPMENTAL HEALTH
at least 9 credit hours from:
ANTH 2300          Anthropology of Childhood (C or higher in ANTH
                   1220 or 1520)
FMLY 2800          Family Violence (FMLY 1010 or FMLY 1020 or
                   PSYC 1200 or SOC 1200)
FMLY 3610          Developmental Health of Children and Youth
                   (FMLY 2600)
FMLY 3800          Conflict Resolution in the Family (FMLY 1020
                   or FMLY 2800)
FMLY 3802          Intimate Partner Violence (FMLY 2800)
FMLY 3806          Children, Violence and Rights (FMLY 2800,
                   not to be held with FMLY 3804)
FMLY 4330          Management of Family Stress (FMLY 1020)
FMLY 4480          Work and Family Issues (FMLY 2400 & 84
                   credit hours)
FMLY 4602          Family Relationships, Health & Well-Being
                   (FMLY 3600)
HNSC 1210          Nutrition for Health and Changing Lifestyles
HNSC 2130          Nutrition through the Life Cycle (HNSC 1210)
NURS 4440          Prevention of Illness (pre-or-co-requisite
                   NURS 2180)
NURS 4420          Health Promotion in the Community (pre-or-co-
                   requisite NURS 3280 and 3290)
PSYC 2310          Adolescent Development (C or better in PSYC
                   1200)
PSYC 2370          Developmental Psychology from Adolescence
                   to Old Age (C or better in PSYC 1200)
PSYC 2440          Behaviour Modification Principles (C or better
                   in PSYC 1200)
PSYC 2450          Behaviour Modification Applications (C’or
                   better in PSYC 1200)
PSYC 2860          Language Acquisition (C or better in PSYC
                   1200 or LING 1200)
PSYC 3360          Experimental Child Psychology (C or better in
                   PSYC 1200)
SOC 3830           Youth, Crime & Society (C or better in SOC
                   2510)




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