in Health Development Administration
effective September 1, 2007
The University Certificate
in Health Development Administration is offered by individualized
study or grouped study.
Athabasca University advisors have developed a
program plan. The University has also developed program learning outcomes that describe the career options that may be available to you upon graduating. Students complete the program regulations in effect at the time
of their enrolment.
Total credits in the program
At the senior level
A minimum of 30 credits must be obtained
through Athabasca University.
Maximum Prior Learning Assessment and Recognition (PLAR) credits
Two practicum courses are required for
the UC:HDA. APST
235 is typically
scheduled during the late spring and/or
early summer of the first year. APST
335 is typically scheduled during the
late spring and/or early summer of the
second year. These courses are
available only as placements in
community agencies for students
in this program.
Courses in the UC:HDA program are typically
enhanced by grouped study designed to increase your success in completing
all requirements within two years. Should you fail a required or elective
course you may retake it through individualized study, provided it
is available (some required courses are available only as grouped
study or as placements in community agencies). Should you fail an
elective course, you may substitute it with an alternative elective
completed through individualized study, if appropriate.
The schedule for all courses required
for the UC:HDA and the choice of elective courses may vary from site
site as determined by the UC:HDA