University of Guelph 2001-2002 Undergraduate Calendar

X--Degree Programs, Bachelor of Applied Science (B.A.Sc.)

Program Information

The University of Guelph offers an 8 semester (20.00 credits) honours program leading to a Bachelor of Applied Science (B.A.Sc.) degree. Students must select one of the 4 following major areas of study:

Applied Human Nutrition

Child Studies

Family and Social Relations

Gerontology

Co-operative Education is available in the following programs:

Child Studies

Family and Social Relations

Gerontology

Given the professional and applied character of the program, there are no minors associated with the degree. Elective offerings enable students to select courses which support or complement their primary field of study.

The program is interdisciplinary and provides a distinctive and integrated focus of applied social science in each of the 4 majors. Courses from the traditional disciplines in other departments in the University are coupled with courses offered by faculty members in the Department of Family Relations and Human Development whose own backgrounds reflect the interdisciplinary nature of the program.

Laboratory, practicum and field experiences enhance the students' opportunities to grasp the contributions of the social, physical and biological sciences to significant facets of human behaviour and experience, whether in family, community, or in educational settings.

Academic Counselling

Program Counselling

A B.A.Sc. program counsellor is available to assist prospective students in the selection of their major and initial courses, and to respond to questions regarding any other aspects of their anticipated program. The program counsellor will also assist in-course students who need information or advice about their program or other academic regulations, who seek information on services and resources available to students or who are contemplating transfer into or out of their current major or degree program.

Academic Advising

On entering the program all students are assigned to a departmental advisor by major. Co-operative Education students in all majors are also assigned to an advisor. This advisor is thoroughly familiar with the academic requirements of the program and is also knowledgable about career opportunities which relate to a student's specific major. Students are strongly encouraged to attend all meetings called by their departmental advisors, and to set up individual meetings with them when they have questions or concerns about their major, or their performance in the program.

Special Expenses

Expenses for field trips can range from $20 to $30 per semester in the first 4 semesters and from $25 to $50 in each of the last 4 semesters. In certain courses modest expenses will be incurred for supplies and where appropriate for laboratory costs. According to recent Ontario legislation, agencies licensed by the Ministry of Community and Social Services which care for, or provide service to, children or vulnerable adults are required to do criminal reference checks on all their employees. Students enrolled in practica or field placement courses may be required to submit to the agency with which they are placed, personal information about any criminal convictions and pending criminal charges. The cost of acquiring this criminal reference check (Canadian Police Information Check) will be the responsibility of each student.

Continuation of Study

Students are advised to consult the regulations for Continuation of Study which are outlined in detail in Section VIII--Undergraduate Degree Regulations & Procedures. Students in the B.A.Sc. program may repeat any failed course only once. Failure to successfully complete a required (core) credit on the second attempt results in the student not being permitted to continue in his/her major and/or program.

Conditions for Graduation

To qualify for the degree Bachelor of Applied Science, the student must satisfy the following conditions:

Schedule of Studies

Courses specified in the Schedule of Studies are required courses and must be completed successfully. A full course load normally includes 2.50 credits (normally 5 courses). The requirements for each major are set out below.

Applied Human Nutrition (AHN)

Department of Family Relations and Applied Nutrition, College of Social and Applied Human Sciences.

The Applied Human Nutrition major recognizes both the biological and the social facets of human nutrition. It focuses on nutrition from a preventive, maintenance and therapeutic perspective, all of which require a thorough understanding of the related biological sciences and of selected aspects of the behavioral sciences. Students learn about nutrition and its application to the maintenance of health and the prevention and treatment of disease. They also learn about individual and social behaviour, particularly in family settings, and the implications of behavioral factors in the establishment of good nutrition status from conception through to old age.

The B.A.Sc. Applied Human Nutrition program is accredited by the Dietitians of Canada.

All students in the Applied Human Nutrition major must include the core of 14.00 required and 1.50 restricted electives in the minimum of 20.00 passed credits. Students normally register for courses according to the semesters indicated below for Fall and Winter sequencing.

Those students wishing to compete for admission to a post-graduate dietetic internship will be assisted by departmental advisors in the selection of courses that will meet the academic requirement of the Dietitians of Canada and the College of Dietitians of Ontario for eligibility for internship and/or membership.

Successful completion of the requirements will allow students to compete for a limited number of dietetic internship positions. Most graduates completing dietetic internships are employed in hospitals and other health care agencies such as community health centres and long-term care facilities. Others find employment in a wider range of vocations including those associated with health and education in the government or private sectors, or with the food industry. Still others proceed to graduate study in fields such as nutrition, public health nutrition, medicine or education.

Major

Semester 1

CHEM*1040 [0.50] General Chemistry I

HAFA*2700 [0.50] Introductory Foods

MICR*1020 [0.50] Fundamentals of Applied Microbiology

PSYC*1200 [0.50] Dynamics of Behaviour

SOC*1100 [0.50] Sociology *

Semester 2

CHEM*1050 [0.50] General Chemistry II

FRHD*1020 [0.50] Couple and Family Relationships

NUTR*1010 [0.50] Nutrition and Society

PSYC*1100 [0.50] Principles of Behaviour

0.50 elective

Semester 3

CHEM*2580 [0.50] Introductory Biochemistry

COST*2020 [0.50] Information Management

HAFA*2030 [0.50] Control Systems in the Hospitality Industry **

NUTR*2050 [0.50] Family and Community Nutrition

STAT*2080 [0.50] Introductory Applied Statistics I

Semester 4

CHEM*3560 [0.50] Structure and Function in Biochemistry

STAT*2090 [0.50] Introductory Applied Statistics II

1.00 elective or restricted elective

1 of:

NUTR*3190 [0.50] Fundamentals of Nutrition

NUTR*3210 [0.50] Fundamentals of Nutrition

Semester 5***

BIOM*3100 [0.50] Mammalian Physiology I

FRHD*3070 [0.50] Research Methods - Family Studies

1.50 elective or restricted elective

Semester 6

BIOM*3110 [0.50] Mammalian Physiology II

FRHD*3400 [0.50] Communication in Family Consultation

HAFA*3000 [0.50] Human Resources Management ****

NUTR*3040 [0.50] Nutritional Aspects of Human Disease I

0.50 elective or restricted elective

Semester 7

NUTR*4010 [0.75] Nutritional Assessment

NUTR*4040 [0.75] Nutritional Aspects of Human Disease II

NUTR*4070 [0.50] Nutrition Education

0.50 elective or restricted elective

Semester 8

NUTR*4900 [0.50] Selected Topics in Human Nutrition *****

2.00 electives or restricted electives

* students who do not have standing in OAC Biology, or equivalent, must substitute BIOL*1020 for SOC*1100 in semester 1. Semester 2 must include SOC*1100 if this substitution is made.

** may be taken in semester 4

*** students planning to apply for a dietetic internship must take HAFA*3090 in semester 5 in place of elective or restricted elective

**** may be taken in semester 7

***** with approval from the instructor, students may substitute NUTR*4810 and NUTR*4910 for NUTR*4900

Restricted Electives

In addition to the 14.00 required credits listed above, students must take 1.50 restricted electives from the following list:

FOOD*2010 [0.50] Principles of Food Science

FOOD*2410 [0.50] Introduction to Food Processing

FOOD*3100 [0.75] Food Chemistry I

FOOD*3110 [0.50] Food Chemistry II

FOOD*3230 [0.75] Food Microbiology

FOOD*3700 [0.50] Sensory Evaluation of Foods

HAFA*2740 [0.50] Cultural Aspects of Food

HAFA*3780 [0.50] Economics of Food Usage

Electives

There are 4.50 electives throughout the major which may be fulfilled by electing courses in any subject provided that the student has the prerequisite courses and can schedule them. Some electives and restricted elective courses are intended to contribute to a liberal education, while others permit students to work toward specific academic and career goals. Departmental advisors will assist students in selection of courses that will meet the requirements of the Dietitians of Canada for eligibility for Internship and/or membership, and when requested, can assist in selection of electives to complement the core requirements.

Courses in different departments which complement the major and which may be taken as electives include:

AGR*1250 [0.50] Agrifood System Trends and Issues

COST*1000 [0.50] Marketing

MBG*1000 [0.50] Concepts in Human Genetics

NUTR*3330 [0.50] Micronutrients, Phytochemicals and Health

NUTR*4020 [0.50] Nutrition, Growth and Development

NUTR*4200 [0.50] Nutrition and Immune Function

NUTR*4210 [0.50] Nutrition, Exercise and Energy Metabolism

NUTR*4850 [0.50] Field Experience in Nutrition Education

PHIL*2030 [0.50] Philosophy of Medicine

Child Studies (CSTU)

Department of Family Relations and Applied Nutrition, College of Social and Applied Human Sciences.

The Child Studies major, administered by the Department of Family Relations and Applied Nutrition, examines the growth and development of children and adolescents, and the psychological, social and physical conditions which influence human development. A background in the social and biological sciences provides a base for more focused study on particular areas of child development. Through the effective use of elective courses, the core requirements in the major can be supplemented to create a program of study which will prepare graduates for a variety of career patterns in children's services. Graduates are pursuing child-related careers in a variety of settings, including family and community service agencies, children's treatment facilities, paediatric wards in hospitals, elementary schools, and child care centres. Further academic preparation may be required for certain careers. Many graduates go on to pursue graduate education in fields such as family studies, human development, psychology, social work, speech pathology, and physiotherapy.

Articulation Agreements

The University of Guelph is a partner in several Articulation Agreements concerning the Child Studies major. Students who enter the B.A.Sc. Child Studies major with advanced standing through an articulation agreement should identify themselves to the B.A.Sc. Program Counsellor for specific guidance around their Schedule of Studies (see Section IV of this calendar).

Students in the Child Studies major who are interested in proceeding to teachers college should refer to Section IV--Admissions Information, Articulation Agreements for information about admission to the Bachelor of Education program at Nipissing University.

Program Requirements

All students in the Child Studies major must include the following core of 13.50 required credits and 1.00 restricted electives to a minimum of 20.00 passed credits. Students are encouraged to plan their use of electives carefully in order to focus their program on one or a combination of the career options open to graduates. Active discussion with a departmental advisor regarding the various choices possible from within the major is strongly recommended. Students will normally register for courses according to the semesters indicated below for Fall and Winter sequencing. Students who register for Spring semesters and other students for whom the semester offerings present difficulty may, where they have the approval of their departmental advisor, take some courses in alternative semesters.

Major

Semester 1*

PSYC*1100 [0.50] Principles of Behaviour

PSYC*1200 [0.50] Dynamics of Behaviour

SOC*1100 [0.50] Sociology

ENGL*1200 or FREN*1200

0.50 elective or restricted elective

Semester 2

FRHD*2260 [0.50] Infant Development

FRHD*1020 [0.50] Couple and Family Relationships

MBG*1000 [0.50] Concepts in Human Genetics

NUTR*1010 [0.50] Nutrition and Society

0.50 elective or restricted elective

Semester 3

BIOM*2000 [0.50] Concepts of Physiology

FRHD*2270 [0.50] Development in Early and Middle Childhood

NUTR*2050 [0.50] Family and Community Nutrition

STAT*2080 [0.50] Introductory Applied Statistics I

One of:

CIS*1000 [0.50] Introduction to Computing

CIS*1200 [0.50] Introduction to Computer Applications

COST*2020 [0.50] Information Management

Semester 4

FRHD*2040 [0.50] Play and Programming for Young Children

FRHD*2110 [0.50] The Exceptional Child in the Family

FRHD*3080 [0.50] Adolescent Development

FRHD*2060 [0.50] Adult Development and Aging

STAT*2090 [0.50] Introductory Applied Statistics II

Semester 5

FRHD*3200 [1.00] Practicum--Child Studies I (may be taken in semester 6)

FRHD*3040 [0.50] Parenting: Research and Applications

FRHD*3070 [0.50] Research Methods - Family Studies

FRHD*3400 [0.50] Communication in Family Consultation

Semester 6

FRHD*3180 [0.50] Observation and Assessment

2.00 electives or restricted electives

Semester 7

FRHD*4170 [1.00] Practicum--Child Studies II

FRHD*4180 [0.50] Assessment and Intervention

1.00 electives or restricted electives

Semester 8

2.50 electives or restricted electives

* one course must be BIOL*1020 if the student does not have standing in OAC Biology or equivalent

Restricted Electives

In addition to the 13.50 required credits, 1.00 must be taken from the Department of Family Relations and Applied Nutrition at the 4000 level.

Electives

There are 5.50 electives throughout the major which may be fulfilled by electing courses in any subject provided that the student has the prerequisite courses and can schedule them. Courses which complement the major and which may be taken as electives include the following:

ANTH*3400 [0.50] The Anthropology of Gender

HIST*2800 [0.50] The History of the Modern Family

PHIL*2060 [0.50] Philosophy of Feminism

SOAN*2400 [0.50] Introduction to Gender Systems

WMST*1000 [0.50] Introduction to Women's Studies

Some elective courses are intended to contribute to a liberal education while others permit students to work towards specific academic and career goals by making their own selection of electives to coordinate with the core requirements.

Child Studies (Co-op) (CSTU:C)

Department of Family Relations and Applied Nutrition, College of Social and Applied Human Sciences.

The first three semesters are as for students in the regular program. Thereafter, the schedule is:

Semester 4 - Winter

FRHD*2040 [0.50] Play and Programming for Young Children

FRHD*2060 [0.50] Adult Development and Aging

STAT*2090 [0.50] Introductory Applied Statistics II

1.00 electives or restricted electives

Spring Semester

COOP*1000 [0.00] Co-op Work Term 1

Semester 5 - Fall

FRHD*3040 [0.50] Parenting: Research and Applications

FRHD*3070 [0.50] Research Methods - Family Studies

FRHD*3200 [1.00] Practicum--Child Studies I

FRHD*4180 [0.50] Assessment and Intervention

Winter Semester

COOP*2000 [0.00] Co-op Work Term 2

Semester 6 - Spring

FRHD*2110 [0.50] The Exceptional Child in the Family ** (D)

FRHD*3080 [0.50] Adolescent Development ** (D)

FRHD*3400 [0.50] Communication in Family Consultation

1.00 electives or restricted electives

Fall Semester

COOP*3000 [0.00] Co-op Work Term 3

Semester 7 - Winter

FRHD*3180 [0.50] Observation and Assessment

FRHD*4170 [1.00] Practicum--Child Studies II

1.00 electives or restricted electives

Semester 8 - Spring or Fall

2.50 electives or restricted electives

** (D) distance education course

Restricted Electives and Electives

As for the regular program.

Family and Social Relations (FSR)

Department of Family Relations and Applied Nutrition, College of Social and Applied Human Sciences.

The Family and Social Relations major focuses on issues such as the increasing variation in family structure, the work/family balance, gender socialization, changing roles of women and men, poverty, violence, abuse and family policy. The major combines social science research knowledge with practical experience gained through course work and field placements in the community. Students who select this major are interested in a career that requires an interdisciplinary understanding of the complex and changing interrelationships among individual development, family systems, communities and the larger culture. There is flexibility in the major for students to select courses which can be used to facilitate career goals in such areas as community mental health, child welfare, family counselling, divorce mediation, family life education, and family social services.

Graduates may proceed to post-graduate professional studies in such fields as family therapy, law, social work, education and medicine. All students in the Family and Social Relations major must successfully complete a minimum of 20.00 passed credits including the core of 13.00 required credits and 1.50 restricted electives, as outlined in the Schedule of Studies. Students will normally register for courses according to the semesters indicated below for Fall and Winter sequencing. Those who register for spring semesters and other students for whom the semester offerings present difficulty may, where they have the approval of their departmental advisor, take some courses in alternative semesters.

Major

Semester 1*

PSYC*1200 [0.50] Dynamics of Behaviour

SOC*1100 [0.50] Sociology

ENGL*1200 or FREN*1200

1.00 elective or restricted elective

Semester 2

FRHD*1020 [0.50] Couple and Family Relationships

FRHD*2060 [0.50] Adult Development and Aging

NUTR*1010 [0.50] Nutrition and Society

PSYC*1100 [0.50] Principles of Behaviour

0.50 elective or restricted elective

Semester 3

FRHD*2100 [0.50] Development of Human Sexuality

FRHD*2270 [0.50] Development in Early and Middle Childhood

STAT*2080 [0.50] Introductory Applied Statistics I

1.00 elective or restricted elective

Semester 4

COST*2100 [0.50] Personal Financial Management

FRHD*3080 [0.50] Adolescent Development

STAT*2090 [0.50] Introductory Applied Statistics II

0.50 elective or restricted elective

One of:

CIS*1000 [0.50] Introduction to Computer Applications

CIS*1200 [0.50] Introduction to Computing

COST*2020 [0.50] Information Management

Semester 5

FRHD*3040 [0.50] Parenting: Research and Applications

FRHD*3060 [0.50] Principles of Social Gerontology

FRHD*3070 [0.50] Research Methods - Family Studies

1.00 elective or restricted elective

Semester 6

FRHD*3120 [0.50] Families in Canadian Context

FRHD*3400 [0.50] Communication in Family Consultation

1.50 electives or restricted electives

Semester 7

FRHD*4020 [0.50] Family Theory

FRHD*4061 [1.00] Family and Community: Field Placement

FRHD*4100 [0.50] Dynamics of Group and Family Functioning

0.50 elective or restricted elective

Semester 8

FRHD*4062 [1.00] Family and Community: Field Placement

FRHD*4130 [0.50] Issues in Child and Family Welfare

1.00 electives or restricted electives

*0.50 of the 1.00 elective in semester 1 must be BIOL*1020 if the student does not have standing in OAC Biology or equivalent

Restricted Electives

One of:

BIOM*2000 [0.50] Concepts of Physiology

MBG*1000 [0.50] Concepts in Human Genetics

PSYC*2410 [0.50] Behavioural Basis of Neuroscience, I

One of:

ANTH*3400 [0.50] The Anthropology of Gender

HIST*2930 [0.50] Topics in the History of Women

PHIL*2060 [0.50] Philosophy of Feminism

PSYC*3300 [0.50] Topics in the Psychology of Women

SOAN*2400 [0.50] Introduction to Gender Systems

WMST*1000 [0.50] Introduction to Women's Studies

WMST*2000 [0.50] Women and Representation

One of:

HIST*2800 [0.50] The History of the Modern Family

PHIL*1000 [0.50] Introductory Philosophy

PHIL*1010 [0.50] Social and Political Issues

PHIL*2070 [0.50] Philosophy of the Environment

PHIL*2100 [0.50] Critical Thinking

PHIL*2180 [0.50] Philosophy of Science

PSYC*2310 [0.50] Introduction to Social Psychology

Electives

Courses which complement the major and which may be taken as electives include:

COST*1000 [0.50] Marketing

COST*1800 [0.50] Housing and Community Planning

COST*2600 [0.50] Fundamentals of Consumer Behaviour

COST*2810 [0.50] Social Aspects of Housing

FRHD*2110 [0.50] The Exceptional Child in the Family

FRHD*2260 [0.50] Infant Development

FRHD*4200 [0.50] Issues in Human Sexuality

NUTR*2050 [0.50] Family and Community Nutrition

NUTR*4070 [0.50] Nutrition Education

PSYC*2310 [0.50] Introduction to Social Psychology

PSYC*3310 [0.50] Applied Social Psychology

REXT*3080 [0.50] Technology in Extension

REXT*3100 [0.50] Teaching and Learning in Non-Formal Education

REXT*4020 [0.50] Rural Extension in Change and Development

SOC*2070 [0.50] Social Deviance

Note: Students intending to apply for admission to a graduate program should include among their electives both FRHD*4810 and FRHD*4910.

Family and Social Relations (Co-op) (FSR:C)

Department of Family Relations and Applied Nutrition, College of Social and Applied Human Sciences.

The first three semesters are as for students in the regular program. Thereafter, the schedule is:

Semester 4 - Winter

FRHD*3400 [0.50] Communication in Family Consultation

STAT*2090 [0.50] Introductory Applied Statistics II

1.00 electives or restricted electives

One of:

CIS*1000 [0.50] Introduction to Computer Applications

CIS*1200 [0.50] Introduction to Computing

COST*2020 [0.50] Information Management

Spring Semester

COOP*1000 [0.00] Co-op Work Term 1

Semester 5 - Fall

FRHD*3040 [0.50] Parenting: Research and Applications

FRHD*3060 [0.50] Principles of Social Gerontology

FRHD*3070 [0.50] Research Methods - Family Studies

FRHD*4020 [0.50] Family Theory

FRHD*4100 [0.50] Dynamics of Group and Family Functioning

Winter Semester

COOP*2000 [0.00] Co-op Work Term 2

Semester 6 - Spring

COST*2100 [0.50] Personal Financial Management

FRHD*3080 [0.50] Adolescent Development ** (D)

1.50 electives or restricted electives

Fall Semester

COOP*3000 [0.00] Co-op Work Term 3

Semester 7 - Winter

FRHD*3120 [0.50] Families in Canadian Context

FRHD*4130 [0.50] Issues in Child and Family Welfare

1.50 electives or restricted electives

Semester 8 - Spring or Fall

2.50 electives or restricted electives

** (D) distance education course

Restricted Electives and Electives

As for the regular program.

Gerontology (GERN)

Department of Family Relations and Applied Nutrition, College of Social and Applied Human Sciences.

The Gerontology major is designed to provide students with an appreciation of the aged and the aging experience from social, psychological, and biological perspectives. The major places this study within the broader framework of life span human development and dynamics of functioning in a variety of social contexts. A focus on basic knowledge of aging as well as the application of that knowledge is reflected in required courses and suggested electives.

Students enrolled in the Gerontology major study aging within the perspective of the family. This approach provides the student with a broad, applied social science education as well as a fully integrated package of aging related courses. Students graduate with a degree leading to a variety of professional career opportunities in the human service, education, mental health, life skills support and counselling, and social policy fields. Our graduates also may pursue graduate study in family studies, human development, or one of the base social science disciplines. All students in the Gerontology Major must complete a minimum of 20.00 credits including the core of 14.50 required credits as outlined in the Schedule of Studies. In addition to these core requirements, there are many courses in various departments throughout the University which may be taken as electives. A list of suggested electives follows the description of required courses.

Major

Semester 1

COST*1800 [0.50] Housing and Community Planning

FRHD*1010 [0.50] Human Development

PSYC*1200 [0.50] Dynamics of Behaviour

SOC*1100 [0.50] Sociology

ENGL*1200 or FREN*1200

Semester 2

FRHD*1020 [0.50] Couple and Family Relationships

FRHD*2060 [0.50] Adult Development and Aging

NUTR*1010 [0.50] Nutrition and Society

PSYC*1100 [0.50] Principles of Behaviour

0.50 elective*

Semester 3

NUTR*2050 [0.50] Family and Community Nutrition

POLS*1400 [0.50] Public Management and Administration

STAT*2080 [0.50] Introductory Applied Statistics I

One of:

BIOM*2000 [0.50] Concepts of Physiology

MBG*1000 [0.50] Concepts in Human Genetics

PSYC*2410 [0.50] Behavioural Basis of Neuroscience, I

0.50 elective

Semester 4

COST*2100 [0.50] Personal Financial Management

STAT*2090 [0.50] Introductory Applied Statistics II

1.00 elective

One of:

CIS*1000 [0.50] Introduction to Computer Applications

CIS*1200 [0.50] Introduction to Computing

COST*2020 [0.50] Information Management

Semester 5

FRHD*3060 [0.50] Principles of Social Gerontology

FRHD*3070 [0.50] Research Methods - Family Studies

1.50 electives

Semester 6

FRHD*3120 [0.50] Families in Canadian Context

FRHD*3400 [0.50] Communication in Family Consultation

HAFA*2200 [0.50] Organizational Design and Effectiveness

HAFA*3000 [0.50] Human Resources Management

0.50 elective

Semester 7

FRHD*4061 [1.00] Family and Community: Field Placement

FRHD*4100 [0.50] Dynamics of Group and Family Functioning

FRHD*4160 [0.50] Issues in Social Gerontology

0.50 elective

Semester 8

FRHD*4062 [1.00] Family and Community: Field Placement

FRHD*4260 [0.50] The Aged, Family Relations, and Social Policy

1.00 elective

*0.50 of the 1.00 elective in Semester 1 must be BIOL*1020 if the student does not have standing in OAC Biology or equivalent

Electives

Courses in different departments which complement the major and which may be taken as electives include:

BIOM*4050 [0.50] Physiology of Aging

COST*1000 [0.50] Marketing

COST*2810 [0.50] Social Aspects of Housing

COST*3040 [0.50] Business and Consumer Law

ENGL*2840 [0.50] Literature and Aging

FRHD*4810 [0.50] Thesis I

FRHD*4910 [1.00] Thesis II

HIST*2800 [0.50] The History of the Modern Family

SOAN*3460 [0.50] Ethnicity and Aging

UNIV*3500 [0.50] Recreation and Tourism Planning

Note: Students intending to apply for admission to a graduate program should include among their electives both FRHD*4810 and FRHD*4910.

Gerontology (Co-op) (GERN:C)

Department of Family Relations and Applied Nutrition, College of Social and Applied Human Sciences.

The first three semesters are as for students in the regular program. Thereafter, the schedule is:

Semester 4 - Winter

FRHD*3400 [0.50] Communication in Family Consultation

HAFA*2200 [0.50] Organizational Design and Effectiveness

POLS*1400 [0.50] Public Management and Administration

STAT*2090 [0.50] Introductory Applied Statistics II

One of:

CIS*1000 [0.50] Introduction to Computer Applications

CIS*1200 [0.50] Introduction to Computing

COST*2020 [0.50] Information Management

Spring Semester

COOP*1000 [0.00] Co-op Work Term 1

Semester 5 - Fall

FRHD*3060 [0.50] Principles of Social Gerontology

FRHD*3070 [0.50] Research Methods - Family Studies

FRHD*4100 [0.50] Dynamics of Group and Family Functioning

FRHD*4160 [0.50] Issues in Social Gerontology

0.50 elective

Winter Semester

COOP*2000 [0.00] Co-op Work Term 2

Semester 6 - Spring

COST*2100 [0.50] Personal Financial Management

2.00 elective

Fall Semester

COOP*3000 [0.00] Co-op Work Term 3

Semester 7 - Winter

FRHD*3120 [0.50] Families in Canadian Context

FRHD*4260 [0.50] The Aged, Family Relations, and Social Policy

HAFA*3000 [0.50] Human Resources Management

1.00 elective

Semester 8 - Spring or Fall

2.50 electives

Restricted Electives and Electives

As for the regular program.



Admission inquiries: Admission Services ~ ~ ~ General calendar inquiries: U.P.S.
Last revision: October 18, 2001 (Section IX December 01, 2001; format revision November 20, 2001).

2001 Office of Registrarial Services, University of Guelph