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Courses Offered

Course outlines

Listed below are the most recent courses offered by the School of Health Studies. Course offerings may change from year to year. The listing of courses offered includes a link to the most recent available course outline. For course outlines from previous academic years, please contact the School of Health Studies.

Fall/Winter Courses

  • HS1001B - Personal Determinants of Health
  • HS1002A - Social Determinants of Health
  • HS1002B - Social Determinants of Health
  • HS2000A/B - Highway to Health
  • HS2045A - Emerging Trends in Health Care
  • HS2200B - Health Occupations
  • HS2250A - Health Promotion
  • HS2300A - Systemic Approach to Functional Anatomy
  • HS2300B - Systemic Approach to Functional Anatomy
  • HS2610G - Introduction to Ethics and Health
  • HS2700A - Health Issues in Childhood and Adolescence
  • HS2711B - Health Issues in Aging
  • HS2801A - Research Methods in Health Sciences
  • HS3010F - Introduction to Rural Communities
  • HS3030A - Understanding Occupational Health & Safety in Today's Workplace
  • HS3042A - Cross-sector Health Partnership Models
  • HS3050A - Health Related Quality of Life
  • HS3052A - Brief History of Drug Use
  • HS3101B - Healthcare Law
  • HS3210B - Health Communication
  • HS3250G - Global Health Promotion
  • HS3290A - Special Topics in Health Promotion
  • HS3300A - Anatomy of the Human Body: A Description of Systemic Structure & Function
  • HS3400A - Health Policy
  • HS3701A - The Aging Body
  • HS3801B - Measurement & Analysis in Health Sciences
  • HS3820B - Personal Constructions of Health
  • HS4044A - International Health Systems Comparison
  • HS4051G - Mental Health and Well-Being
  • HS4200G - Advanced Health Promotion
  • HS4202A - Health Behavior
  • HS4205A - Health Program Evaluation
  • HS4240G - Knowledge Translation in Health
  • HS4250A - Population Health Intervention
  • HS4320B - Human Embryology
  • HS4400B - Advanced Health Policy
  • HS4410B - Future of Health Care
  • HS4490A - Health Innovation & Leadership
  • HS4610G - Professional Ethics
  • HS4620F - Philosophical & Historical Perspectives on Mental Health
  • HS4702B - The Aging Mind
  • HS4710B - Palliative & End of Life Care
  • HS4711A - Gerontology in Practice

Special Topics

Special topics courses are offered to take advantage of new or visiting faculty, and/or innovative course development. These courses provide an opportunity for students to gain exposure to current issues and explore future trends within health studies. A particular special topics course may be offered only once, or for one to three years. Students are advised to make sure they have the required prerequisites before registering.

  • HS2090B - Exercise and Health
  • HS3090A - Health Promotion and Caring in a Rural Context
  • HS4091A - Understanding Stress
  • HS4090B-001 - Healthcare Costs & Challenges
  • HS4090B-002 - Guidelines for Physical Activity & Exercise in Older Adults
  • HS4091B - Entrepreneurship in Health

Rehabilitation Sciences

  • RS3060A - Health Conditions and Disease
  • RS3061B - Foundations in Rehabilitation Science
  • RS3062B - Functional Neuroscience for Special Populations
  • RS3125A - Enabling Health & Well-Being
  • RS3360B - Musculoskeletal Disorders in Rehabilitation Sciences
  • RS3760A - Rehab for Childhood Disorders
  • RS4210B - Health Promotion for Persons with Disabilities
  • RS4605A - Rehabilitation Psychology

Independent Study/Experiential Learning

  • HS4900E - Health Practicum I
  • HS4910F/G - Health Practicum
  • HS4990F - Independent Study
  • HS4991G - Independent Study