University of Vermont

The College of Arts and Sciences

Global and Regional Studies Program

The Canadian Studies Major*

Requirements for the Canadian Studies Major:

The Canadian Studies major consists of at least thirty credits to consist of the following:

  • Three required courses: GRS 091: Introduction to Canada if available (or equivalent - see Canadian Studies Director), HST 065: History of Canada (or equivalent - see Canadian Studies Director), GRS 296: Seminar on Modern Canada (or equivalent - see Canadian Studies Director)

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 Romance Languages Department to determine an appropriate plan of study.

 

* For further information on the requirements for the major or minor in Canadian Studies, please contact the Director of the Canadian Studies Program, Prof. David Massell at david.massell@uvm.edu.

The Double Major:

Canadian Studies majors are strongly encouraged to complete a double major, which combines an interest in Canada with a second pursuit such as History, Geography, International Business, or Political Science. Majors are strongly encouraged to acquire an intermediate/advanced proficiency by completing at least FREN 201 or higher. Majors pursuing intermediate/advanced proficiency should consult with the Canadian Studies faculty of the Romance Languages Department to determine an appropriate plan of study.

 

General Requirements

 

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