FNH General/Food Science/Food and Nutritional Sciences Double Major

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Plan Ahead – make sure you have pre-requisite classes for third and fourth year REs (restricted electives) that you wish to take.

Please consult the credit exclusion list when choosing REs: http://www.calendar.ubc.ca/vancouver/index.cfm?tree=12,215,410,414

This list contains courses with sufficient overlap that credit may be obtained for only one of the courses.

The following courses are permitted for FNH, Food Science or Food and Nutritional Sciences Double Major students as REs UNLESS the course is required for your program. For permission to take other REs, please contact Dr. Vivien Measday. Health Electives (HE) are marked with an asterisk (*). HEs may also be used as REs if all HE requirements have been met. Please note that students who chose their major prior to 2017W are not required to take any HEs, as HEs are a new degree requirement. Please contact students@landfood.ubc.ca if you have questions about this.

2nd Year Restricted Electives

  • ANTH100 (3/4) – Introduction to Cultural Anthropology
  • ANTH201 (3) Ethnic Relations
  • ANTH202 (3/6) – Contemporary Social Problems
  • ANTH217 (3) – Culture and Communication
  • ANTH210 (3) – Eating Culture
  • ANTH220 (3) – First Nations of British Columbia
  • APBI260 (6) – Agroecology I: Introduction to principles and techniques
  • APBI265 (3) – Sustainable Agriculture and Food Systems
  • APBI290 (3) – Introductory Topics in Applied Biology
  • BIOC202 (3) – Introductory Medical Biochemistry
  • BIOC203 (3) – Fundamentals of Biochemistry
  • BIOL204 (4) – Vertebrate Structure and Function
  • BIOL205 (4) – Comparative Invertebrate Zoology
  • BIOL230 (3) – Fundamentals of Ecology
  • BIOL233 (3) – Genetics for Life
  • BIOL234 (3) – Fundamentals of Genetics
  • BIOL260 (3) – Fundamentals of Physiology
  • CHBE230 (3) – Computational Methods
  • CHBE241 (3) – Material and Energy Balances CHBE251 (3) – Transport Phenomena I
  • CHEM205 (3) – Physical Chemistry
  • CHEM211 (4) – Introduction to Chemical Analysis
  • ECON101 (3) – Principles of Microeconomics
  • ECON102 (3) – Principles of Macroeconomics
  • ECON221 (3) – Introduction to Strategic Thinking
  • ECON226 (3) - Making Sense of Economic Data
  • ECON234 (3) - Wealth and Poverty of Nations
  • ECON255 (3) - Understanding Globalization
  • ENVR200 (3) – Introduction to Environmental Science
  • FNH290 (3) – Introductory Topics in Food, Nutrition and Health
  • FMST210 (3) – Family Context of Human Development
  • FRE295 (3) – Managerial Economics
  • KIN190 (3) – Anatomy & Physiology I
  • KIN191 (3) - Anatomy & Physiology II
  • KIN230 (3) – Human Motor Behaviour I
  • KIN231 (3) – Sport and Exercise Psychology
  • KIN261 (3) – Health Policy and Society
  • KIN275 (3) – Exercise Physiology I
  • KIN284 (3) – Lifespan Motor Development
  • MICB201 (3) -Introduction to Environmental Microbiology
  • MICB202 (3) – Introductory Medical Microbiology and Immunology
  • MICB203 (3) – Basic Microbiology Laboratory
  • PCTH201 (3) – Drugs and Society
  • PHYS101 (3) – Energy and Waves
  • PHYS102 (3) – Electricity, Light and Radiation
  • PHYS117 (3) – Dynamics and Waves
  • PHYS153 (6) – Elements of Physics
  • PSYC100 (6) – Introductory Psychology
  • PSYC101 (3) – Introduction to Biological and Cognitive Psychology
  • PSYC102 (3) – Introduction to Developmental, Social, Personality and Clinical Psychology
  • PSYC207 (3) - Contemporary Topics in Biological and Cognitive Psychology
  • PSYC208 (3) - Contemporary Topics in Social, Developmental, Personality, and Clinical Psychology
  • PSYC216 (3) - Questioning Psychological Science in the Media
  • PSYC217 (3) - Research Methods
  • PSYC218 (3) - Analysis of Behavioural Data
  • PSYC270 (3) - Introduction to Behavioural Neuroscience
  • PSYC277 (3) - Behavioural and Neuroscientific Research Methods
  • PSYC278 (3) - Analysis of Behavioural and Neuroscientific Data
  • SOCI100 (6) – Introduction to Sociology
  • SOCI101 (3) – Social Interaction and Culture
  • SOCI102 (3) – Inequality and Social Change
  • SOCI200 (3) – Sociology of Family
  • SOCI201 (3) – Ethnic Relations
  • SOCI210 (3) – Canadian Social Structure
  • SOCI240 (3) – Introduction to Social Interaction

3rd and 4th Year (upper level) Restricted Electives (except those that are required courses). All upper level APBI, BIOC, BIOL, CHEM, FNH and MICB courses.

  • ADHE327 (3) – Teaching Adults
  • ADHE329 (3) – Developing Short Courses, Workshops and Seminars
  • ADHE330 (3) – The Community Practice of Adult Education
  • ADHE412 (3) – An Overview of Adult Education
  • ANTH316 (3/6) – Political Anthropology
  • ANTH329 (3/6) – Contemporary First Nations Issues
  • ANTH330 (3) – Anthropology of Rural Peoples in the Global Economy
  • ANTH407 (3) – Principles of Field Work
  • ANTH428 (3) – Medicine, Technology, Culture and Society
  • ANTH429 (3) – Global Health in Cross-Cultural Contexts
  • CAPS301* (6) – Human Physiology
  • CAPS390* (3) – Introduction to Microscopic Human Anatomy
  • CAPS391* (3) – Introduction to Gross Human Anatomy
  • CHBE344 (3) – Unit Operations I
  • CHBE345 (3) – Unit Operations II
  • CLST301 (3) – The Technical Terms of Medicine and Biological Sciences
  • CNPS362 (3) – Basic Interviewing Skills
  • CNPS363 (3) – Career Counselling
  • CNPS364 (3) – Family Education and Consultation
  • CNPS365 (3) – Introduction to Theories of Counselling
  • ECON302 (3) - Intermediate Macroeconomic Analysis I
  • ECON303 (3) - Intermediate Microeconomics II
  • ECON310 (3) – Principles of Microeconomics (equivalent to ECON101)
  • ECON311 (3) – Principles of Macroeconomics (equivalent to ECON102)
  • ECON317 (3) – Poverty and Inequality
  • ECON325 (3) - Introduction to Empirical Economics
  • ECON326 (3) - Methods of Empirical Research in Economics
  • ECON335 (3) – Fertility, Families and Human Migration
  • ECED 407 (3) – Supporting the Early Learning in the Pre-School Years
  • EDCP493 (3) – Special Study in Home Economics: Food Studies
  • EDCP494 (3) - Special Study in Home Economics: Family Studies
  • ENVR300 (3) – Introduction to Research in Environmental Sciences
  • EPSE312 (3) – Introduction to the Study of Exceptional Children
  • EPSE320 (3) – Classroom Inclusion of Students who are Blind and Visually Impaired
  • EPSE436 (3) – Survey of Behaviour Disorders in Children and Adolescents
  • EPSE 437 (3) – Interventions for Children and Adolescents with Behaviour Disorders
  • FMST 312 (3) – Parent-child Relationships
  • FMST314 (3) – Relationship Development
  • FMST316 (3) – Human Sexuality
  • FMST441 (3) – Social Context of Child Development
  • FNH370* (3) – Nutrition Assessment
  • FNH371* (3) – Human Nutrition Over the Life Span
  • FNH398* (3) – Research Methods in Human Nutrition
  • FNH402* (3) – Functional Foods and Nutraceuticals
  • FNH413* (3) – Food Safety
  • FNH472* (3) - Maternal and Fetal Nutrition
  • FNH473* (3) – Applied Public Health Nutrition
  • FNH477* (3) – Nutrition and Disease Prevention
  • FNH497* (2-6) – Directed Studies in Food, Nutrition and Health
  • FNH499* (6) – Undergraduate Thesis
  • FRE302 (3) – Small Business Management in Agri-food Industries
  • FRE306 (3) – Introduction to Global Food Markets
  • FRE340 (3) – International Agricultural Development
  • FRE374 (3) – Land and Resource Economics
  • FRE385 (3) – Quantitative Methods for Business and Resource Management
  • FRE420 (3) – The Economics of International Trade and the Environment
  • FRE490 (3) – Current Issues in Food and Resource Economics
  • FRST430 (3) – Advanced Biometrics
  • GRSJ305 (3) – Social Justice Issues in Community and International Organizing
  • GRSJ310* (3) – Gender, Race, Social Justice and Health
  • HESO400* (3/6) – Sociocultural Determinants of Health
  • KIN303 (3) - High Performance Conditioning in Physical Activity and Sport
  • KIN351 (3) - Biomechanics II Mechanical Properties of Tissues
  • KIN361 (3) - Introduction to Athletic Training
  • KIN373 (3) - Research Methods in Kinesiology
  • KIN375 (3) - Exercise Physiology II
  • KIN425* (3) – Aging, Health, and the Body
  • KIN461 (3) – Prevention of Sports Injuries I
  • KIN464* (3) – Health Promotion and Physical Activity
  • KIN465* (3) – Interculturalism, Health and Physical Activity
  • KIN469* (3) – Chronic Health Issues, Physical Activity and Community Practice
  • KIN471 (3) – Prevention of Sports Injuries II
  • LFS302 (3/6) – International Field Studies
  • LFS340 (3) – First Nations Health and the Traditional Role of Plants
  • LFS400 (3) – Audio Storytelling
  • LFS450 (3) – Land, Food, and Community III: Leadership in Campus Food System Sustainability
  • LFS496 (3/6) – Career Development Internship
  • PATH375* (3) – Introduction to Human Pathology
  • PCTH325* (3) – Rational Basis of Drug Therapy
  • PHIL333* (3/4) – Bio-Medical Ethics
  • PLAN321 (3) – Indigeneity and the City
  • POLI350 (3/6) – Public Policy
  • POLI352 (3/6) – Comparative Politics of Public Policy
  • POLI363 (3/6) – Canadian Foreign Policy
  • POLI364 (3/6) – International Organizations
  • POLI366 (3) – International Political Economy
  • POLI367 (3/6) – International Relations Theory and the International System
  • POLI369 (3/6) – Issues in International Security
  • PSYC300 (3/6) – Abnormal Psychology
  • PSYC301* (3) – Brain Dysfunction and Recovery
  • PSYC302 (3) - Infancy
  • PSYC304 (3/6) – Brain and Behaviour
  • PSYC305 (3/6) – Personality Psychology
  • PSYC306 (3/6) – Principles of Animal Behaviour
  • PSYC307 (3) – Cultural Psychology
  • PSYC308 (3/6) – Social Psychology
  • PSYC309 (3/6) – Cognitive Processes
  • PSYC311 (3) – Psychology of Sport
  • PSYC314* (3) – Health Psychology
  • PSYC315 (3) – Childhood and Adolescence
  • PSYC319 (3) – Applied Developmental Psychology
  • PSYC322 (3) – Adulthood and Aging
  • PSYC360 (3) - Biopsychology
  • PSYC361 (3) – Neuroscience of Motivation
  • PSYC365* (3) – Cognitive Neurosciences
  • PSYC367 (3) – Sensory Systems
  • SOCI301 (3) – Sociology of Development and Underdevelopment
  • SOCI302 (3) – Ethnic and Racial Inequality
  • SOCI324 (3) – Sociology of the Life Course
  • SOCI342 (3) – Consumers and Consumption
  • SOCI344* (3) – Sociology of Aging
  • SOCI360 (3) – Sociology and Natural Resources
  • SOCI361 (3) – Social Inequality
  • SOCI384* (3) – Sociology of Health and Illness
  • SOCI415 (3/6) – Theories of Family and Kinship
  • SOCI420 (3) – Sociology of the Environment
  • SOCI423(3) – Sociology of Food
  • SOCI425 (3) – Urban Sociology
  • SOCI440 (3) – Economic Sociology
  • SOCI473* (3) – Sociology of Mental Illness
  • SOCI479* (3) – Social Determinants of Health
  • SOWK452* (6) – HIV Prevention and Care
  • STAT300 (3) – Intermediate Statistics for Applications
  • SPPH300* (3) – Working in International Health
  • SPPH301* (3) – Understanding the Sociocultural Determinants of the Health of Populations
  • SPPH302* (3) – Topics in Health Informatics for Health/Life Sciences Students
  • SPPH381A* (3) – Public Health Ethics
  • SPPH381C* (3) – Environmental Impacts on Human Health
  • SPPH381D* (3) – Canadian Health Care Policy
  • SPPH404* (3) – First Nations Health: Historical and Contemporary Issues
  • SPPH410* (3) – Improving Public Health
  • SPPH411 (3) – Violence Across the Lifespan
  • SPPH481C (3) – Prison Health