Curriculum | Bachelor of Health | UNB

Curriculum

New students

All students complete core courses covering the biological and social determinants of health, current health issues, and the management of healthcare services. In your first year you will explore a range of health issues in Canada and globally in the core health (HEAL) courses (HEAL 1001 and HEAL 1002); and take introductory courses in biology, chemistry, psychology, sociology and business.

The aim is to provide a good base to grow from and help you find out where your true interests lie. See the undergraduate calendar for details.

Course requirements  Course catalogue

Students starting in September

Students who are starting in September 2022 will begin their course planning and registration with the Spring Orientation, Advising, and Registration (SOAR) event on May 14, 2022. During this event students will be introduced to the various programs and faculties, and get help registering for courses.

You will not be able to register for courses until the SOAR event. Make sure to check your email regularly for information on the event and other updates from UNB. Other sessions for New Student Advising will be scheduled throughout the summer.

If you are unable to attend SOAR on Saturday, May 14, use these materials to plan and register for your courses:

Reach out to the academic advisors to review your registrations if you are not able to attend an advising session.

Once you have completed your course registrations for both the Fall and Winter terms, be sure to monitor your UNB email for communications about your courses, events and the upcoming year!