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University of Calgary Calendar 2018-2019 Cumming School of Medicine 4. Bachelor of Health Sciences Honours 4.5 Program Details 4.5.4 Health and Society Major
4.5.4 Health and Society Major

Upon completion of Year 1, Health and Society students are required to declare an "Area of Concentration". This must be selected from Anthropology, Community Rehabilitation and Disability Studies, Economics, Psychology, Geography, Sociology, or Political Science. Course selection must correspond to the student's chosen concentration discipline and must be chosen from the "Concentration Courses" listed below.

Required Courses:

1Students considering concentrating in psychology should take Psychology 200 and 201. It is strongly recommended that this course is completed during the first year of study to facilitate enrolment in senior-level Psychology course come the student's second year.

2Students considering concentrating in economics should take Economics 201 and 203. It is strongly recommended that these two courses are completed during the first year of study to facilitate enrolment in senior-level Economics course come the student's second year.

*Acceptable courses from the Faculty of Arts to satisfy the Humanities Elective may be selected from the following departments: Classics and Religion; English; Philosophy; School of Languages, Linguistics, Literatures and Cultures; Medical Science 307.

CONCENTRATION COURSES**

ANTHROPOLOGY
Anthropology 341, 391, 393, 411 and 9 units (1.5 full-course equivalents) from Archaeology 595 or senior-level courses offered by the Department of Anthropology and Archaeology.

COMMUNITY REHABILITATION AND DISABILITY STUDIES
Community Rehabilitation 209, 435, one of 471 or 473 or 475 and 12 units (2.0 full-course equivalents) senior-level Community Rehabilitation courses.

ECONOMICS
Economics 337, 355, 379 and 12 units (2.0 full-course equivalents) senior-level courses by offered by the Department of Economics.

Students considering a concentration in Economics should take Economics 201 and 203 as Major options. It is strongly recommended that these two courses be completed during the first year of study to facilitate in senior-level Economics courses come the student's second year.

GEOGRAPHY
Geography 231, 251, and 339 and 12 units (2.0 full-course equivalents) senior-level courses offered by the Department of Geography

POLITICAL SCIENCES
Political Science 310, 359, 381, 399 and 6 units (1.0 full-course equivalent) senior-level courses offered by the Department of Political Sciences

PSYCHOLOGY
Psychology 300, 301, 305 or 405 and 12 units (2.0 full-course equivalents) senior-level courses offered by the Department of Psychology.

Students considering a concentration in Psychology should take Psychology 200 and 201 as Major options. It is strongly recommended that this course be completed during the first year of study to facilitate in senior-level Psychology courses come the student's second year.

SOCIOLOGY
Sociology 311, 313, 315, 321, 331, 333, 413

**The above concentration courses are subject to the changes and restrictions of the department offering the course.