Instruction offered by the Faculty of Social Sciences.
Contact – J.D. Gaisford
Social Sciences 201
Exploring Social Issues
An introductory study of selected topics that are currently engaging scholars across the social sciences. Organized around a broad theme (e.g., Globalization and Its Critics; Nature and Culture; Sex, Sexuality and Society) and interdisciplinary both in terms of course materials and presentation. A combination of large-group lectures and small-group seminars, with a particular focus on reading, discussion and writing assignments. Course Hours:H(3-2)
Students traveling internationally during their academic program may propose an independent research project based on their international travel and research experience. The student must identify the faculty member who has agreed to supervise and evaluate the research project based on a study plan before approval is considered. Course Hours:H(3-0) Prerequisite(s):Third year standing. Notes:Approval and registration for this course must take place prior to travel. Note: Opportunities for financial assistance may be available upon course approval. MAY BE REPEATED FOR CREDITNOT INCLUDED IN GPA
A decimalized course in which authorized academic field placements will vary from year to year. Course Hours:H Prerequisite(s):Acceptance to a recognized academic internship or field placement program and approval of the Faculty of Social Sciences. Notes:May be repeated once for credit. Students should contact the Centre for International Students and Study Abroad for information and advice concerning recognized academic internship opportunities such as the Washington Center Internship Program. MAY BE REPEATED FOR CREDIT