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The Certificate in Health, Wellness and Sport in Society (CHWSS) is an interdisciplinary certificate administered by the Faculty of Arts in collaboration with the Centre for the Study of Sport and Health.
The Certificate is designed for students who wish to improve their knowledge of the social study of health, wellness and sport in their social context.
The Certificate encompasses a set of questions that engage the social, cultural, political and moral aspects of health, wellness and sport. It will be attractive to students from all three faculties.
Information on the application process is available on the Certificate's webpage (www.smu.ca/sportandhealth/certificate.html).
Note: For Experiential Learning in Health, Wellness and Sport in Society (HWSS 3000) the program may require a Criminal Record Check (CRC) or Child Abuse Registry checks (CAR), or additional qualifications. Costs associated with such requirements are the responsibility of the student and evidence of such requirements must be provided before beginning Experiential Learning in Health, Wellness and Sport in Society (HWSS 3000).
Students can apply to following the completion of nine (9) credit hours, and enter the program following the completion of eighteen (18) credit hours.
Other applicable courses are posted through the Faculty of Arts web site at http://www.smu.ca/academics/certificate-in-health-wellness-sport.html.
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