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Program Requirements

Note: University regulations apply to all students at Laurier. If there is any discrepancy between the program or progression requirements outlined on this page and those in the university's academic calendars, the academic calendars are the official sources of information. The information below is from the latest calendar, and you may be following progression requirements from an earlier calendar. Students are responsible for checking the appropriate calendar. Contact your program coordinator should you notice any discrepancies.

Our Programs

The Department of Community Health is home to both the Community Health (BA) and Community Health (BASc) programs. Learn more about your program requirements based on your program:

Honours BA in Community Health

Our Honours Bachelor of Arts degree in Community Health, available only on the Brantford campus, is intended to provide students with a broad, comprehensive understanding of health and health care. In addition to a core curriculum, course selection available to BA students provides an opportunity to customize their area of concentration. Concentrations are available in:

Students in the latter concentration complete a Conestoga College graduate certificate in addition to their Laurier degree.

Honours Bachelor of Arts and Science in Community Health

The BASc consists of 20 credits, of which not more than 7 may be at the 100-level. Students must complete all 10 required credits, plus a minimum of 1.5 credits in both Additional Public Health Courses and Additional Community Health Courses.

For official information on program requirements and current course offerings, please refer to the academic calendar, LORIS Browse Classes and Visual Schedule Builder.

Academic Advising is available to assist you with academic concerns or understanding program requirements.