Dual Degree in Food, Nutrition and Health and Education

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The following courses are permitted for the Dual Degree in Food, Nutrition and Health and Education program as REs. For permission to take other REs, please contact your Program Advisor Dr. Vivien Measday (vmeasday.advising@ubc.ca). Health Electives (HE) are marked with an asterisk (*). HEs may also be used as REs if all HE requirements have been met. Please contact Academic Advisor, Heather James with LFS Student Services (students@landfood.ubc.ca) if you have questions about this.

18 credits of Restricted Electives Required

12 credits: Students must choose 3 credits from each of the following 4 themes

  • Theme 1: Education
  • Theme 2: Textile Studies
  • Theme 3: Social Studies
  • Theme 4: Topics related to Food, Nutrition & Health

6 credits: can be chosen from any of the themes, or any other Restricted Elective from the FNH General RE list

= 18 credits total, with a minimum of 12 credits at the upper-level

Theme 1: Education

Adult Education

  • ADHE 327 (3) – Teaching Adults
  • ADHE 329 (3) – Developing Short Courses, Workshops and Seminars
  • ADHE 330 (3) – The Community Practice of Adult Education
  • ADHE 412 (3) – An Overview of Adult Education

Counselling Psychology

  • CNPS 362 (3) – Basic Interviewing Skills
  • CNPS 363 (3) – Career Counselling
  • CNPS 364 (3) – Family Education and Consultation
  • CNPS 365 (3) – Introduction to Theories of Counselling
  • CNPS 426 (3) – The Role of the Teacher in Guidance
  • CNPS 427 (3) – Guidance: Planning and Decision-making
  • CNPS 433 (3) – The Personal and Social Development of the Adult

Curriculum and Pedagogy

  • EDCP 325 (3) – Approaches to Health Education
  • EDCP 327A (3) – Special Topics in Health Education
  • EDCP 329 (3) – Agriculture in the Classroom
  • EDCP 408 (3) – Art, Education and Cultural Diversity
  • EDCP 467D (3) – Practical Foods
  • EDCP 493 (3) – Special Study in Home Economics: Food Studies
  • EDCP 494 (3) – Special Study in Home Economics: Family Studies
  • EDCP 498 (3) – Curriculum Inquiry in Home Economics Education

Education Psychology and Special Education

  • EPSE 312 (3) – Introduction to the Study of Exceptional Children
  • EPSE 316 (3) – Learning Disabilities (pre-req is EPSE 312)
  • EPSE 320 (3) – Classroom Inclusion of Students who are Blind and Visually Impaired
  • EPSE 403 (3) – Education of Students with Developmental Disabilities in Inclusive Settings
  • EPSE 426 (3) – Classroom Inclusion of Students Who are d/Deaf or Hard of Hearing
  • EPSE 436 (3) – Survey of Behaviour Disorders in Children and Adolescents
  • EPSE 437 (3) – Interventions for Children and Adolescents with Behaviour Disorders
  • EDSP449 (3) – Education of Students with Autism

Theme 2: Textile Studies

  • EDCP 304 (6) – Textile Design and Pedagogical Approaches: Art Education
  • EDCP 392 (3) Assessment and Evaluation in Textile Studies: Home Economics
  • EDCP 404 (3) Visual Arts for Classroom Practice: Textile Design
  • EDCP 492 (3) – Special Study in Home Economics: Textile Studies
  • THTR 306 (3) – Costume Design I
  • THTR 356 (3) – Costume Construction
  • THTR 406 (3) – Costume Design II
  • THTR 456 (3) – Costume Construction II
  • SOCI 342 (3) – Consumers and Consumption
  • Kwantlen Polytechnic University courses (for transfer credit, must get pre-approved Letter of Permission from LFS Student Services – please email Academic Advisor, Heather James, at students@landfood.ubc.ca):
    • FASN 300 – Canada by Design: Fashion and Technology – transfers to UBC as EDCP 4th (3)
    • FSDP 9003, 9004, 9005, 9006, 9007, 9012, 9015, 9016, 9017, 9026, 9027 – each transfers to UBC as EDCP 4th (3 credits each)

Theme 3: Social Sciences

Family Studies

  • All upper-level FMST
  • FMST 312 (3) – Parent-child Relationships
  • FMST 314 (3) – Relationship Development
  • FMST 316 (3) – Human Sexuality
  • FMST 441 (3) – Social Context of Child Development

Gender, Race and Social Justice

  • GRSJ 305 (3) – Social Justice Issues in Community and International Organizing
  • GRSJ 310* (3) – Gender, Race, Social Justice and Health

Psychology

  • PSYC 300 (3/6) – Abnormal Psychology
  • PSYC 301* (3) – Brain Dysfunction and Recovery
  • PSYC 302 (3) – Infancy
  • PSYC 304 (3/6) – Brain and Behaviour
  • PSYC 305 (3/6) – Personality Psychology
  • PSYC 307 (3) – Cultural Psychology
  • PSYC 308 (3/6) – Social Psychology
  • PSYC 309 (3/6) – Cognitive Processes
  • PSYC 314* (3) – Health Psychology
  • PSYC 315 (3) – Childhood and Adolescence
  • PSYC 319 (3) – Applied Developmental Psychology
  • PSYC 322 (3) – Adulthood and Aging
  • PSYC 361 (3) – Neuroscience of Motivation
  • PSYC 365* (3) – Cognitive Neurosciences
  • PSYC 367 (3) – Sensory Systems

Sociology

  • SOCI 301 (3) – Sociology of Development and Underdevelopment
  • SOCI 302 (3) – Ethnic and Racial Inequality
  • SOCI 320 (3) – Diversity in Family Forms
  • SOCI 324 (3) – Sociology of the Life Course
  • SOCI 344* (3) – Sociology of Aging
  • SOCI 354 (3) – Community Studies
  • SOCI 361 (3) – Social Inequality
  • SOCI 384* (3) – Sociology of Health and Illness
  • SOCI 415 (3/6) – Theories of Family and Kinship
  • SOCI 420 (3) – Sociology of the Environment
  • SOCI 423 (3) – Sociology of Food
  • SOCI 425 (3) – Urban Sociology
  • SOCI 440 (3) – Economic Sociology
  • SOCI 473* (3) – Sociology of Mental Illness
  • SOCI 479* (3) – Social Determinants of Health

Economics & Resource Studies

  • ECON 317 (3) – Poverty and Inequality
  • ECON 335 (3) – Fertility, Families and Human Migration
  • FRE 490 (3) – Current Issues in Food and Resource Economics

Theme 4: Topics related to Food, Nutrition & Health

  • All upper level APBI, BIOC, BIOL, CHEM, FNH and MICB courses EXCEPT courses that are required for your program.
  • CAPS 301* (6) – Human Physiology
  • CAPS 390* (3) – Introduction to Microscopic Human Anatomy
  • CAPS 391* (3) – Introduction to Gross Human Anatomy
  • ENVR 300 (3) – Introduction to Research in Environmental Sciences
  • FNH 370* (3) – Nutrition Assessment
  • FNH 371* (3) – Human Nutrition Over the Life Span
  • FNH 398* (3) – Research Methods in Human Nutrition
  • FNH 402* (3) – Functional Foods and Nutraceuticals
  • FNH 413* (3) – Food Safety
  • FNH 472* (3) - Maternal and Fetal Nutrition
  • FNH 473* (3) – Applied Public Health Nutrition
  • FNH 477* (3) – Nutrition and Disease Prevention
  • FNH 497* (2-6) – Directed Studies in Food, Nutrition and Health
  • FNH 499* (6) – Undergraduate Thesis
  • HESO 400* (3/6) – Sociocultural Determinants of Health
  • KIN 303 (3) - High Performance Conditioning in Physical Activity and Sport
  • KIN 351 (3) - Biomechanics II Mechanical Properties of Tissues
  • KIN 361 (3) - Introduction to Athletic Training
  • KIN 373 (3) - Research Methods in Kinesiology
  • KIN 375 (3) - Exercise Physiology II
  • KIN 425* (3) – Aging, Health, and the Body
  • KIN 461 (3) – Prevention of Sports Injuries I
  • KIN 464* (3) – Health Promotion and Physical Activity
  • KIN 465* (3) – Interculturalism, Health and Physical Activity
  • KIN 469* (3) – Chronic Health Issues, Physical Activity and Community Practice
  • KIN 471 (3) – Prevention of Sports Injuries II
  • LFS 340 (3) – First Nations Health and the Traditional Role of Plants
  • LFS 450 (3) – Land, Food, and Community III: Leadership in Campus Food System Sustainability
  • SPPH 300* (3) – Working in International Health
  • SPPH 301* (3) – Understanding the Sociocultural Determinants of the Health of Populations
  • SPPH 302* (3) – Topics in Health Informatics for Health/Life Sciences Students
  • SPPH 381A* (3) – Public Health Ethics
  • SPPH 381C* (3) – Environmental Impacts on Human Health
  • SPPH 381D* (3) – Canadian Health Care Policy
  • SPPH 404* (3) – First Nations Health: Historical and Contemporary Issues
  • SPPH 410* (3) – Improving Public Health
  • SPPH 411 (3) – Violence Across the Lifespan
  • SPPH 481C (3) – Prison Health