Personal resilience is widely recognized to be a cornerstone of wellbeing, and is considered essential to success in environments ranging from schools to workplaces. In this interdisciplinary course, we study “good vs poor” mental health, cultivation of resilience, creation and maintenance of wellbeing, and living well with compromised mental health.
Prerequisite(s): Registration in second-year or higher, or permission of the School of Health Studies.
Extra Information: 3 contact hours.
Notes: Students admitted before September, 2020 may use this course as a 2000-level elective course within any of the modular offerings within the School of Health Studies. Students transferring into any modular offerings within the School of Health Studies that require Health Sciences 1110A/B may substitute Health Sciences 2110A/B for that first-year required course.
Course Weight: 0.50
Subject Code: HEALTSCI
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