The School of Public Health and Health Systems is a division of the Faculty of Applied Health Sciences
Course selection information for September 2019
Welcome to the Health Studies program!
You'll be automatically enrolled in all your courses for the fall (September-December) term, and will be able to view your schedule on July 17, 2019.
Course selection for the winter (January-April) term will take place in September.
Learn more about your first-year courses
Fall term: September to December 2019
Your first term (fall term) in Health Studies consists of four required courses and two required labs. You'll be automatically enrolled in all of your fall term courses and labs.
- HLTH 101 (lecture & tutorial) Introduction to Health 1 (0.5 units)
- CHEM 120 (lecture & tutorial) Physical & Chemical Properties of Matter (0.5 units)
- CHEM 120L (lab) Chemical Reaction Laboratory 1 (0.25 units)
- AHS 107 (lecture) Sociology of Activity, Health, and Well-being (0.5 units)
- BIOL 130 (lecture & tutorial) Introductory Cell Biology (0.5 units)
- BIOL 130L (lab) Cell Biology Laboratory (0.25 units)
You do not have to request any courses for the fall term.
- HLTH 101 tutorials start the second week of classes.
- The CHEM 120L lab starts during the second week of classes and takes place every other week.
- You must attend the labs on each of the dates listed on your class schedule.
Winter term: January to April 2020
In September, you'll log into Quest to request all of your winter term courses. You are responsible for enrolling in both your three required courses and your two winter-term elective courses.
- HLTH 102 (lecture & tutorial) Introduction to Health 2 (0.5 units)
- HLTH 245 (lecture) Canadian Health Systems (0.5 units)
- PSYCH 101 (lecture) Introductory Psychology (0.5 units)
Review the information and suggestions for choosing an elective course.
Check the important dates webpage for the dates for course selection, viewing your winter term schedule, and the drop/add period.
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