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SECTION 1: Degree Programs Offered - 1.1 Programs 1.1 Programs

Program/Degree

 Years to Complete

*Total Credit Hours

 Bachelor of Health Sciences

    4*  

    120

 Bachelor Health Studies

    4* 

    120

 Bachelor of Human Ecology (intake suspended)

    4*

    120

 Bachelor of Human Ecology (Family Social Sciences)

    4*

    120

 The After Degree Program in Family Social Sciences  (Bachelor of Human Ecology)

    2**

     60

 Bachelor of Science (Textile Sciences) (intake suspended)

    4*

    120

 

*This includes one year (30 credit hours) of study in University 1.

**Approximate as prerequisites must be met in order to progress.

On May 20, 2014, the Board of Governors, on recommendation of Senate, approved a proposal to join the Department of Human Nutritional Sciences to the Faculty of Agricultural and Food Sciences. Accordingly, effective the Fall 2014 academic term, all associated programs in Human Nutritional Sciences will become part of the Faculty of Agricultural and Food Sciences.

The proposal submitted to Senate noted the need for flexibility in the implementation of this transition, which will be important as we review changes to regulations governing the undergraduate HNS programs during the transition period. In the interim and until such time that a review is completed, the Human Nutritional Sciences programs - as listed below - will continue to be governed by the relevant components of the current Faculty of Human Ecology academic regulations and the Human Nutritional Sciences program regulations.

The programs affected include:

  • Bachelor of Science (Human Nutritional Sciences):  includes Foods Option, Food Industry Option and Nutrition Option.
  • Second Degree Option in Human Nutritional Sciences
  • Human Nutritional Sciences / Red River College Culinary Arts Program
  • Minor in Human Nutrition and Metabolism
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