Canadian Studies (Bachelor of Arts)
The Canadian Studies major requires at least thirty credits to consist of the following:
- Three required courses: GRS 091 (Introduction to Canada); HST 065 (History of Canada); GRS 296 (Seminar on Modern Canada).
Seven additional courses, of which at least six must be at the 100-level or higher, and of which at least five must be chosen from the following 100 percent Canadian content list: GRS 195, GRS 196, GRS 295; ANTH 167; ARTH 180, ARTH 282 (when topic is Canadian); ENGS 180; FREN 293, FREN 285; GEOG 152; GEOL 272, GEOL 273 (when this field course goes to Canada); HST 065, HST 165, HST 265; POLS 173.
Majors will study French language through the intermediate level (FREN 052) or higher.
Majors are strongly encouraged to acquire an intermediate/advanced proficiency by completing at least FREN 201. Majors pursuing intermediate/advanced proficiency should consult with the Canadian Studies faculty of the Department of Romance Languages and Linguistics to determine an appropriate plan of study.