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FACULTY OF ARTS, HUMANITIES AND SOCIAL SCIENCES (FAHSS)

PROGRAMS ADMINISTERED BY THE OFFICE OF THE DEAN OF FAHSS:

Anthrozoology
Minor in Anthrozoology
Certificate in Anthrozoology

Arts Management
Certificate in Arts Management

Arts and Sciences
Honours Bachelor of Interdisciplinary Arts and Science (IAS)
Honours Bachelor of Interdisciplinary Arts and Science (IAS) Double Major Concentration
Honours Bachelor of Interdisciplinary Arts and Science (IAS) Major and Double Minor Concentration
Bachelor of Interdisciplinary Arts and Science (IAS) with Minor Concentration in Anthrozoology
Major and Minor Concentrations - Bachelor of Interdisciplinary Studies

Digital Journalism As of Winter 2018, there are no new admissions to the following Digital Journalism programs.
Combined Honours Digital Journalism in English
Combined Honours Digital Journalism and English and Creative Writing
Combined Honours Digital Journalism and Political Science
Combined Honours Digital Journalism and Communication, Media and Film

Discovery Program
Discovery Program (Undeclared Majors)

Education (Early Childhood Education)
Concurrent Bachelor of Arts/Bachelor of Education/Diploma in Early Childhood Education (ECE) As of Fall 2014, there were no new admissions to this program.

Liberal Arts and Professional Studies
General Liberal Arts and Professional Studies
Honours Liberal Arts and Professional Studies
Honours Liberal Arts and Professional Studies: Aeronautics Leadership (Flight Option)

Liberal Arts and Professional Studies Degree Completion Programs
General Liberal Arts and Professional Studies (for Lambton College Liberal Studies Transfer Students (formerly General Arts and Science University (GASU) transfer students)
Honours Liberal Arts and Professional Studies (for Lambton College Liberal Studies Transfer Students (formerly General Arts and Science University (GASU) transfer students)
General Liberal Arts and Professional Studies for Career Professionals (for Graduates of Qualifying CAAT (or equivalent) Diploma Programs)
General Liberal Arts and Professional Studies for Career Professionals (for Graduates of Qualifying CAAT (or equivalent) Advanced Diploma Programs)

Latin American Studies
Minor in Latin American Studies

Social Justice
Combined Honours in Social Justice(As of Winter 2019, there are no new admissions to the Combined Social Justice program.)
Minor in Social Justice

Additional Information: GENERAL UNDERGRADUATE REGULATIONS

COURSES:
ANTHROZOOLOGY
AERONAUTICS
DIGITAL JOURNALISM
GENERAL FAHSS


GENERAL INFORMATION ABOUT HONOURS AND GENERAL PROGRAMS

Bachelor of Arts - Four-Year Honours Programs: Four-year Honours programs require the completion of a larger number of courses with greater concentration in a specific subject area than do three-year General programs. Total Courses: A student will qualify for the Honours BA degree normally by successfully completing forty courses, in accordance with degree requirements and program regulations.

Bachelor of Arts - Three-Year General Programs

Three-year General programs provide a moderate concentration in a specific subject, as well as a broad educational background. Students in these programs are encouraged to extend their studies over a wide range of subjects. Students are also encouraged to take courses which specifically address diversities of human experience, including culture, ethnicity, gender, or sexual orientation. Total courses: A student will qualify for the General BA. degree normally by successfully completing thirty courses with standing as specified in undergraduate regulations.


GENERAL INFORMATION ABOUT HONOURS AND GENERAL PROGRAMS


Minor in Anthrozoology

Total Courses: 6 courses
a) ANZO-1600.
b) five of: ANZO-2600, ANZO-2610, ANZO-3600, PHIL-3290, SACR-3410, ANZO-2000


Certificate in Anthrozoology

Degree requirements:

Total courses: 8

ANZO-1600. Animals and Humans in Society
ANZO-2600. Animals for Sport and Entertainment
ANZO-2610. Animals and the Law
ANZO-4980. Anthrozoology Capstone

Four courses from:
ANZO-3600. Special Topics in Anthrozoology
ANZO-3100. The Canine Impact: Exploring the Dog-Human Relationship
PHIL-3290. Animals and Ethics
POLS-3650. Green Criminology
PSYC-3550. Comparative Psychology
SACR-3650. Green Criminology
ANZO-2000. The Paw and the Pen: Animals in Literature
BIOL-2101. Ethology
BIOL-3230. Animal Behaviour
BIOL-3261. Ornithology
BIOL-4262. Animal Communication

Certificate in Arts Management

Total courses: ten.
(a) STEN-1000, ACCT-1510,MKTG-1310;
(b) DRAM-2750 and DRAM-2760, plus two of VSAR-3800, CMAF-3990, DRAM-3980, DRAM-3990
(c) one of DRAM-2100, ENGL-1001, ENGL-3002, CMAF-2250, CMAF-2820;
(d) two of DRAM-1000, DRAM-1110, DRAM-2000, DRAM-2250, DRAM-2350, DRAM-3250, DRAM-3350, DRAM-3330, DRAM-3510, DRAM-3520, DRAM-4390, VSAR-3850, VSAR-4910, MACS-2450, MACS-3450, MUSC-1260, MUSC-1270, MUSC-3460, one course from private instruction in Music MUSP-2470 to MUSP-2690 or two of the 1.50 credit hour courses MUSP-2100, MUSP-2200, MUSP-2600, MUSP-3100.

Honours Bachelor of Interdisciplinary Arts and Science (IAS)
The Bachelor of Interdisciplinary Arts and Science program provides substantial education in the disciplines of both arts and sciences, and it puts an emphasis on critical thinking and argument. Throughout, students will take course designed to foster the skills of inquiry and, in the third and fourth years, they will take courses in the methods of inquiry and applied inquiry. In addition to developing students’ research skills and involving them with topics of public concern, these courses develop their abilities and confidence as writers and speakers.

Degree Requirements:

Total courses: forty.
(a) ARSC-1000, PHIL-1620, PHIL-2210, MATH-1720 (or MATH-1760) and MATH-1730 if major or minor concentration is Math, Physics or Biochemistry.), STAT-2910 or SOSC-2500 (Science majors must take STAT-2910), ARSC-3010, ARSC-3100, ARSC-4100, ARSC-4990, ARSC-4210 (ARSC-4990 may be replaced by any 6 credit fourth year Honours Thesis/Research courses, subject to enrolment restrictions).
(b) One course from GRST-1100, HIST-1130, HIST-1140, PHIL-1100, POLS-2510, POLS-2520, INCS-2020, INCS-2030, INCS-2200
(c) Four courses (any two of the following pairs): ECON-1100 and ECON-1110, BIOL-1111 and BIOL-1101, CHEM-1100 and CHEM-1110, COMP-1400 and COMP-1410,ESCI-1111 and ESCI-1100, MATH-1720 and MATH-1730, PHYS-1400 and PHYS-1410, PHYS-1300 and PHYS-1310.
(d) Major Concentration (12): maximum of two 1000-level courses in the major subject, and at least four 3000-level or 4000-level courses in the major subject.
(e) Minor Concentration (6): maximum of two 1000-level courses in the minor subject; at least one 3000-level or 4000-level course in the minor subject
(f) Any remaining courses to bring the total course number to 40 may be from any area of study.
(g) At least 15 courses must be taken in each of the Faculty of Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences and the Faculty of Science.
(h) To continue in the program, and to receive the Honours IAS degree, students must maintain an Honours 70% cumulative average and major average.

When a requirement in the Major or Minor Concentration is taken as part of the core IAS program course requirements, another course must be selected from within the area of concentration and substituted with the approval of the Dean of Faculty of Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences. Similarly, when a requirement in the Major Concentration is taken as part of the course requirements in the Minor Concentration, another course must be selected from within the area of Major Concentration and substituted with the approval of the Dean of Faculty of Arts, Humanities, and Social Sciences.

***IAS students who have successfully completed a fourth year thesis/research project, in lieu of ARSC-4990, will have the “with thesis” designation added to their transcript and diploma.***

Courses used to calculate the major average are: courses listed under (d) and numbered ARSC-XXXX.

Program Sequencing:
Students must select a Major and a Minor Concentration at the start of Year 2. Consultation is available from the Director of the program. The selection of electives in Years 2, 3 and 4 must satisfy the requirements for the Major and the Minor concentrations, and the general program requirement that students must complete at least 15 courses in each of the two Faculties.

Year 1: ARSC-1000, PHIL-1620, MATH-1720 (or MATH-1760) (and MATH-1730 if requirement for major or minor concentration), one of GRST-1100, HIST-1130, HIST-1140, PHIL-1100, POLS-2510, POLS-2520, INCS-2030, INCS-2200, two courses selected as needed to satisfy major or minor requirements in Arts, Humanities, and Social Science, four courses consisting of any two of the following pairs: BIOL-1111 and BIOL-1101, MATH-1720 and MATH-1730, CHEM-1100 and CHEM-1110, COMP-1400 and COMP-1410, ESCI-1111 and ESCI-1100, MATH-1720 and MATH-1730, PHYS-1300 and PHYS-1310, PHYS-1400 and PHYS-1410, ECON-1100 and ECON-1110.

Year 2: STAT-2910 or SOSC-2500; plus any nine additional courses, at least 2 from each of the Faculty of Arts, Humanities, and Social Sciences and the Faculty of Science, and consistent with satisfying the requirements for the Major and the Minor concentrations.

Year 3: PHIL-2210, ARSC-3100, ARSC-3010; Plus any seven additional courses, at least 2 from each of the Faculty of Arts, Humanities, and Social Sciences and the Faculty of Science, and consistent with satisfying the requirements for the Major and the Minor concentrations.

Year 4: ARSC-4210, ARSC-4100, ARSC-4990 (or other departmental requirement for the student's Major concentration); plus any seven additional courses as needed to satisfying the remaining requirements for the Major concentration, the Minor concentration and/or the Program.

Honours Bachelor of Interdisciplinary Arts and Science (IAS) Double Major Concentration

Degree Requirements:

Total courses: forty.
(a) ARSC-1000,PHIL-1620, PHIL-2210, MATH-1720 (or MATH-1760) (and MATH-1730 if major or minor concentration is Math, Physics or Biochemistry), STAT-2910, ARSC-3010, ARSC-3100, ARSC-4100, ARSC-4990 (or other departmental requirement for the student's Major concentration), ARSC-4210.
(b) One course from GRST-1100, HIST-1130, HIST-1140, PHIL-1100, POLS-2510, POLS-2520, INCS-2020, INCS-2030, INCS-2200
(c) four courses (any two of the following pairs): ECON-1100 and ECON-1110, BIOL-1111 and BIOL-1101, CHEM-1100 and CHEM-1110, COMP-1400 and COMP-1410, ESCI-1111 and ESCI-1100, MATH-1720 and MATH-1730, PHYS-1400 and PHYS-1410, PHYS-1300 and PHYS-1310.
(d) Major Concentration I (12): maximum of two 1000-level courses in the major subject; and at least four 3000-level or 4000-level courses in the major subject.
(e) Major Concentration II (12): maximum of two 1000-level courses in the major subject; and at least four 3000-level or 4000-level courses in the major subject
(f) At least 15 courses must be taken in each of the Faculty of Arts, Humanities, and Social Sciences and the Faculty of Science.
(g) To continue in the program, and to receive the Honours IAS degree, students must maintain an Honours 70% cumulative average and major average.
(h) Any remaining courses to bring the total course number to 40 may be from any area of study.

Courses used to calculate the major average are: courses listed under (d) and (e) and courses numbered ARSC-XXXX.

Honours Bachelor of Interdisciplinary Arts and Science (IAS) Major and Double Minor Concentration

Degree Requirements:

Total courses: forty.
(a) ARSC-1000, PHIL-1620, PHIL-2210,MATH-1720 (or MATH-1760) (and MATH-1730 if major or minor concentration is Math, Physics or Biochemistry.), STAT-2910 or SOSC-2500 (Science majors must take STAT-2910), ARSC-3010, ARSC-3100, ARSC-4100, ARSC-4990 (or other departmental requirement for the student's Major concentration), ARSC-4210.
(b) One course from GRST-1100, HIST-1130, HIST-1140, PHIL-1100, POLS-2510, POLS-2520, INCS-2020, INCS-2030, INCS-2200
(c) Four courses (any two of the following pairs): ECON-1100 and ECON-1110, BIOL-1111 and BIOL-1101, CHEM-1100 and CHEM-1110, COMP-1400 and COMP-1410, ESCI-1111 and ESCI-1100, MATH-1720 and MATH-1730, PHYS-1400 and PHYS-1410, PHYS-1300 and PHYS-1310.
(d) Major Concentration (12): maximum of two 1000-level courses in the major subject; and at least four 3000-level or 4000-level courses in the major subject
(e Minor Concentration I (6) : maximum of two 1000-level courses in the minor subject; and at least one 3000-level or 4000-level course in the minor subject
(f) Minor Concentration II (6) : maximum of two 1000-level courses in the minor subject; and at least one 3000-level or 4000-level course in the minor subject
(g) At least 15 courses must be taken in each of the Faculty of Arts, Humanities, and Social Sciences and the Faculty of Science.
(h) Any remaining courses to bring the total course number to 40 may be from any area of study.
(i) To continue in the program, and to receive the Honours IAS degree, students must maintain an Honours 70% cumulative average and major average.

Courses used to calculate the major average are: courses listed under (d) and numbered ARSC-XXXX.

Bachelor of Interdisciplinary Arts and Science (IAS) Major and Minor Concentrations

Faculty of Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences (FAHSS)
Anthrozoology
Communication, Media and Film
Dramatic Art
English and Creative Writing
History
Languages, Literatures and Civilizations
Music and Visual Arts
Philosophy
Political Science
Psychology
Sociology, Anthropology and Criminology
Women's and Gender Studies

Faculty of Science
Biological Sciences
Chemistry and Biochemistry
Computer Science
School of the Environment
Economics
Mathematics and Statistics
Physics


Bachelor of Interdisciplinary Arts and Science (IAS) Minor Concentration in Anthrozoology

Total Courses: 6 courses
a) ANZO-1600. Animals and Humans in Society
b) five of: ANZO-2600, ANZO-2610, ANZO-3600, PHIL-3290, SACR-3410, ANZO-2000

BA Combined Honours Digital Journalism and Communication, Media and Film

Program Regulation:
Students in combined programs must complete all courses used to calculate the major average for both subject areas, and GART-1500 and GART-1510. They must also complete the degree requirements, in the order presented to a total of forty courses. Example: If the total course requirements add up to 43 once the requirements for the second subject area are included, the degree requirements are to be completed in the order presented, until the student reaches a total of 40 courses.


Degree Requirements:

Total Courses: forty
(a)
Digital Journalism - 16 courses, including: DIGJ-1400, DIGJ-2400,DIGJ-3400 (2 semester course), DIGJ-4300, DIGJ-4400, DIGJ-1250, DIGJ-1200, DIGJ-2300, DIGJ-2220, DIGJ-2200, DIGJ-2250, DIGJ-3200; and three from ENGL-3002, ENGL-3710, ENGL-4005, ENGL-3410, POLS-2010, POLS-2130, POLS-3780, POLS-3790, CMAF-2010, CMAF-2430, CMAF-3010, CMAF-2610, CMAF-3700.
(b) Communication, Media, and Film: sixteen courses, including: CMAF-1010, CMAF-2340, CMAF-2750, plus one of CMAF-2010, CMAF-2250, CMAF-3340 or CMAF-3750, plus twelve additional courses (CMAF-Xxxx), at least three of which must be at the 3000 or 4000 level, and at least two of those must be at the 4000 level. (CMAF-3990 and CMAF-4990 do not count as fulfilling the 3000 and 4000 level requirements; only one of CMAF-4890 or CMAF-4950 may be used to satisfy the 400 level requirement.)
(c) GART-1500, GART-1510;
(d) two courses from Languages or Science;

(e) two courses from Arts
(f) two courses from any area of study, excluding Social Sciences.
(g) additional courses, if required


Courses used to calculate the major average are: courses listed under requirements (a) and (b), and any courses taken in the major area(s) of study.

Combined Honours Digital Journalism and English As of Winter 2018, there are no new admissions to the Digital Journalism programs.

Program Regulation:

Students in combined programs must complete the major requirements for both subject areas, and GART-1500 and GART-1510. They must also complete the degree requirements in the order presented, to a total of forty courses.
Example: If the total course requirements add up to 43 once the requirements for the second subject area are included, the degree requirements are to be completed in the order presented, until the student reaches a total of 40 courses.

Degree Requirements:

Total courses:
forty.
(a) Digital Journalism - 16 courses, including:DIGJ-1250, DIGJ-1200, DIGJ-2300, DIGJ-2250, DIGJ-2220, DIGJ-3200, DIGJ-2200, DIGJ-1400, DIGJ-2400, DIGJ-3400 (2 semester course), DIGJ-4300, DIGJ-4400; and three courses from ENGL-3002, ENGL-3710, ENGL-4005, ENGL-3410, POLS-2010, POLS-2130, POLS-3780, POLS-3790, CMAF-2010, CMAF-2430, CMAF-3010, CMAF-2610, CMAF-3700
(b) English - 16 courses, including:ENGL-1002, ENGL-1003, ENGL-1004; ENGL-2210* or ENGL-2220; One of ENGL-2410, ENGL-2420, or ENGL-2430; two Category A courses; one course from each of Categories B through E; Two 4000-level courses, or one 4000-level course and one “practicum” course; one of ENGL-2430, ENGL-2410, ENGL-2330; two* additional English courses.

Recommended: ENGL-4001 (Scholarship and Bibliography)
*If ENGL-2210 is used to satisfy both (b) above and the Category C requirement under (e), for the major requirements, the student must take one additional course under (h) to bring the total number of English courses up to the required sixteen for the degree program.

(c) GART-1500;
(d) two courses from Social Sciences;
(e) two courses from Languages or Science;
(f) two courses from any area of study, excluding Arts.

(g) additional courses from any area of study to a total of forty courses.

Courses used to calculate the major average are: courses listed under requirements (a) and (b), and any courses taken in the major area(s) of study.

Combined Honours Digital Journalism and English and Creative Writing As of Winter 2018, there are no new admissions to the Digital Journalism programs.

Program Regulation:
Students in combined programs must complete all courses used to calculate the major average for both subject areas, and GART-1500 and GART-1510. They must also complete the degree requirements, in the order presented to a total of forty courses. Example: If the total course requirements add up to 43 once the requirements for the second subject area are included, the degree requirements are to be completed in the order presented, until the student reaches a total of 40 courses.


Degree Requirements:

Total courses: forty.
(a)
Digital Journalism - 16 courses, including: DIGJ-1250, DIGJ-1200, DIGJ-2300, DIGJ-2250, DIGJ-2220, DIGJ-3200, DIGJ-2200; DIGJ-1400, DIGJ-2400, DIGJ-3400 (2 semester course), DIGJ-4300, DIGJ-4400; and three from ENGL-3002, ENGL-3710, ENGL-4005, ENGL-3410, POLS-2010, POLS-2130, POLS-3780, POLS-3790, CMAF-2010, CMAF-2430, CMAF-3010, CMAF-2610, CMAF-3700
(b) English and Creative Writing:
Major requirements- English and Creative Writing - 16 courses, including:
ENGL-1002, ENGL-1003, ENGL-1004 (Students are encouraged to take ENGL-1003 and ENGL-1004 in their first year.); ENGL-2210 or ENGL-2220; ENGL-2410, ENGL-2420, or ENGL-2430; ENGL-2710 (6.0-credit course) and ENGL-4710 (6.0-credit course); ENGL-3710; one Category A course; one from each of Categories B through D; one of ENGL-2430, ENGL-2410, ENGL-2330; one* additional English course

Recommended: ENGL-4003 (Editing Practicum).
*If ENGL-2210 is used to satisfy both (b) above and the Category C requirement under (g), for the major requirements, the student must take one additional course under (i) to bring the total number of English courses up to the required sixteen for the degree program.

(c) GART-1500;
(d) two courses from Social Sciences;
(e) two courses from Languages or Science;
(f) two courses from any area of study, excluding Arts.
(g) additional courses from any area of study to a total of forty courses.


Courses used to calculate the major average are: courses listed under requirements (a) and (b), and any courses taken in the major area(s) of study.

Combined Honours Digital Journalism and Political Science As of Winter 2018, there are no new admissions to the Digital Journalism programs.


Program Regulation:
Students in combined programs must complete all courses used to calculate the major average for both subject areas, and GART-1500 and GART-1510. They must also complete the degree requirements, in the order presented to a total of forty courses. Example: If the total course requirements add up to 43 once the requirements for the second subject area are included, the degree requirements are to be completed in the order presented, until the student reaches a total of 40 courses.


Degree Requirements:

Total courses: forty.
(a)
Digital Journalism - 16 courses, including: DIGJ-1400, DIGJ-2400 , DIGJ-3400 (6.0 credit course taken over 2 semesters), DIGJ-4300, DIGJ-4400; DIGJ-1250, DIGJ-1200, DIGJ-2300, DIGJ-2220,DIGJ-2200, DIGJ-2250, DIGJ-3200; three from ENGL-3002, ENGL-3710, ENGL-4005, ENGL-3410, POLS-2010, POLS-2130, POLS-3780, POLS-3790, CMAF-2010, CMAF-2430, CMAF-3010, CMAF-2610, CMAF-3700.
(b) Political Science: fourteen courses, including: POLS-1000, POLS-1300, POLS-1600, POLS-2510 or POLS-2520 and POLS-2750;one of POLS-2010, POLS-2110, POLS-2120, POLS-2130, POLS-2200, POLS-3090, POLS-3140, or POLS-3210; eight additional courses of which at least three must be at the 400 level.
(c) GART-1500, GART-1510;
(d) SOSC-2500;

(e) two courses from Languages or Science;
(f) two courses from Arts
(g) two courses from any area of study, excluding Social Sciences.

(h) additional courses if required.


Courses used to calculate the major average are: courses listed under requirements (a) and (b), and any courses taken in the major area(s) of study.

Discovery Program (undeclared majors)

Students who have not decided on a major may remain undeclared until they have completed ten courses at the University of Windsor. These students will be placed in the Discovery Program.

The Discovery Program provides for undeclared students a home in their first year at university while they are discovering their preferred major. The “Effective Writing” courses required in this program will give them a solid foundation for the extensive amount of written work they face in courses they take throughout their university career. “Understanding the Contemporary World” will guide them into thinking critically while examining a variety of topics from several points of view. Students will receive attention to help them achieve academic success and the possibility for success after graduation.

Students in the Discovery Program (undeclared majors) must take GART-1200 Understanding the Contemporary World and GART-1500 Effective Writing in the Fall Semester of their first year, and GART-1510 Effective Writing II in the subsequent semester. Further academic counselling about choice of courses and other academic possibilities is available for students in this program through the Advising Centre.

General Liberal Arts and Professional Studies

Degree Requirements:

Total courses: thirty, at least sixteen of which must be at the 200 level or above, and at least four of which must be at the 3000 level or above.

(a) One of GART-1500, MGMT-1000, GENG-1190; and GART-1510
(b) one Certificate chosen from the following list: Certificate in Applied Information Technology, Certificate in Public Administration, Certificate in Organizational Management, and Certificate in Work and Employment Issues;
(c) One Minor from any area of study, excluding the area of study selected under (b);
(d) one Minor from any area of study, excluding the area of study selected under (b):
(e) two courses from Science, Engineering, or Nursing unless this requirement is met in (b), (c), or (d);
(f) Additional courses from any area of study to a total of thirty courses.

Standing Required
Students must maintain a cumulative average of 60% or better. There is no major average requirement.

Honours Liberal Arts and Professional Studies

Degree Requirements:

Total courses: forty, at least eight of which must be at the 3000 level or above, and a least two of these at the 400 level.

(a) One of GART-1500,MGMT-1000, GENG-1190; and GART-1510
(b) One Certificate chosen from the following list: Certificate in Applied Information Technology, Certificate in Public Administration, Certificate in Organizational Management and Certificate in Work and Employment Issues;
(c) One Minor from any area of study within the Faculty of Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences, excluding the area of study selected under (b);
(d) One Minor from any area of study, excluding the area of study selected under (b);
(e) one Minor from any area of study, excluding the area of study selected under (b);
(f) Two courses from Science unless this requirement is met in (b), (c), (d) or (e) above;
g) Additional courses from any area of study, to a total of forty courses.

Standing Required for Continuation and Graduation
Students must maintain a cumulative average of 60% or better. There is no major average requirement.

Honours in Liberal Arts and Professional Studies: Aeronautics Leadership (Flight option)

Degree Requirements:

Total courses: 40
a) 14 courses from Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences, including 6 of the following Leadership courses:

    GART-1200. Understanding the Contemporary World (double credit)
    GART-3100/SOSC-3100 Ways of Doing
    GART-2100/SOSC-2100 Ways of Knowing
    GART-2090 Ethics in the Professions
    DRAM-2100/CMAF-2100 Speech Communication to Inform
    DRAM-2720 The Creative Process
    SOSC-3500/SACR-3500/PSYC-3500/SWRK-3500/WGST-3500 Practical Strategies for Social Change: Intervening to Prevent Sexual Assault
    VSAR-3850 Green Corridor (Prerequisites: at least Semester 5 and in good standing)
    GART-4000/SOSC-4000 Mentorship and Learning
    SOSC-4500/SACR-4500/PSYC-4500/SWRK-4500/WGST-4500 Practicum in Social Change (Prerequisite: SOSC-3500/SACR-3500/PSYC-3500/SWRK-3500/WGST-3500)
    EDUC-4000 Diversity and Inclusion in the Learning Organization
    EDUC-4100 Learning-Centered Teaching: Planning, Delivery, Assessment and Evaluation
    EDUC-4150 Learning Organizations: Management and Leadership
    EDUC-4200 Theories of Individual and Collective Learning

b) 3 courses from Business
    STEN-1000 Introduction to Business
    MGMT-2430 Human Resources Management (Prerequisite STEN-1000)
    MGMT-4520 Management of Organizational Health, Wellness and Safety (Prerequisite: MGMT-2430)

c) 4 courses from Science, Engineering, or Computer Science

d) 8 courses in Flight Training
    AERO-1970 Practicum in Professional Development (double credit)
    AERO-2970 Practicum in Professional Development (double credit)
    AERO-3970 Practicum in Professional Development (double credit)
    AERO-4970 Practicum in Professional Development (double credit)

e) GART-1500 Effective Writing I
    GART-1510 Effective Writing II
f) 9 courses from any area of study

Standing Required for Continuation
Students must maintain a cumulative average of 60% or better. There is no major average requirement.

Standing Required for Graduation
Students must obtain a cumulative average of 70% or better. There is no major average requirement.

General Liberal Arts and Professional Studies Degree Completion Program (for Lambton College Liberal Studies Transfer students) (formerly General Arts and Science University (GASU) transfer students)

Degree Requirements:

At least 16 courses must be at the 200 level or above, and 4 of these must be at the 3000 level or above.

Total courses: 20
(a) one Certificate chosen from the following list: Certificate in Applied Information Technology, Certificate in Public Administration, Certificate in Organizational Management, and Certificate in Work and Employment Issues;
(b) One Minor from any program, excluding (a);
(c) Two courses in Science or Nursing unless this requirement is met in (a) or (b) above;
(d) Additional courses from any area of study to a total of twenty courses.

Standing Required for Continuation and Graduation
Students must maintain a cumulative average of 60% or better. There is no major average requirement.

Honours Liberal Arts and Professional Studies Degree Completion Program (for Lambton College Liberal Studies Transfer students) (formerly General Arts and Science University (GASU) transfer students)

Degree Requirements

Total courses: 30

At least 26 courses must be at the 200 level or above. Eight courses must be at the 3000 level or above, and a least two of these at the 400 level.
(a) one Certificate chosen from the following list: Certificate in Applied Information Technology, Certificate in Public Administration, Certificate in Organizational Management, and Certificate in Work and Employment Issues;
(b) One Minor from any program, excluding (a);
(c) Two courses in Science or Nursing unless this requirement is met in (a) or (b) above;
(d) Additional courses from any area of study to a total of thirty courses.

Standing Required for Continuation and Graduation
Students must maintain a cumulative average of 60% or better. There is no major average requirement.

General Liberal Arts and Professional Studies for Career Professionals Degree Completion Program (for Graduates of Qualifying CAAT (or equivalent) Diploma Programs)
Students who have graduated from an approved CAAT college diploma (or equivalent) with a suggested cumulative average of 3.0 (70%) or higher in their final ten courses will be considered for admission. Approved CAAT college diploma programs include: Border Services, Business programs, Community & Justice Services, Dental Hygiene, Developmental Service Worker, Early Childhood Education, Educational Support, Engineering, General Arts and Science, Journalism, Liberal Arts, Liberal Studies, Music – Industry Arts, Paralegal, Paramedic, Police Foundations, Protection, Security, and Investigation, Recreation and Leisure Services, Social Service Worker.

Degree Requirements:

Total courses: 20 courses
At least 16 courses must be at the 200 level or above, and 4 of these must be at the 3000 level or above.

(a) one Certificate chosen from the following list: Certificate in Applied Information Technology, Certificate in Public Administration, Certificate in Organizational Management, and Certificate in Work and Employment Issues;
(b) One Minor from any program, excluding (a);
(c) Two courses in Science or Nursing unless this requirement is met in (a) or (b) above;
(d) Additional courses from any area of study to a total of twenty courses.

Standing Required for Continuation and Graduation
Students must maintain a cumulative average of 60% or better. There is no major average requirement.

General Liberal Arts and Professional Studies for Career Professionals Degree Completion Program (for Graduates of Qualifying CAAT (or equivalent) Advanced Diploma Programs)
Students who have graduated from a CAAT college advanced diploma with a cumulative average of 3.0 (70%) or higher in their final ten courses will be considered for admission. Approved Advanced Diploma Programs include: Business Administration, Child and Youth Care/Child and Youth Worker, Computer Science or Computer Programming or Information Technology, Dental Hygiene (the province has recently changed the program to an advanced diploma, Diagnostic Medical Sonography, Engineering, Massage Therapy, Medical Laboratory Science, Respiratory Therapy, Sport and Recreation Management.

Degree Requirements:

Total courses: 15
At least 15 courses must be at the 200 level or above, and 4 of these must be at the 3000 level or above. No more than eight courses may be taken in any one area.

(a) Any combination of three courses from Arts, Humanities and Languages,
The following course may also count as an Arts, Humanities and Languages requirement: NURS-3510;

(b) Any combination of three courses from Social Sciences, Economics, or Organizational Learning;
The following courses from programs may also be used as a Social Science requirement: ANZO-1600, ANZO-2600, ANZO-2610, ANZO-3600, ESTU-1000, ESTU-2100, CBMI-2000;

(c) Any two courses from the professional studies requirement:
GART-2090, GART-3100, SOSC-3100, SOSC-3200, SOSC-3210, DRAM-2100 or CMAF-2100, DRAM-2750, DRAM-2760, SOSC-2500, POLS-3230, PSYC-3700, ECON-2000, ECON-2010, ACCT-1510, ACCT-2550, MGMT-2400, FINA-2700, MKTG-1310, STEN-1000, Border Management (CBMI-XXXX), KINE-3450*, KINE-3500*, KINE-3520*, KINE-4500*, KINE-4550*. *Requires the permission of the instructor

(d) Any combination of two courses from Science, Engineering, Nursing, and Kinesiology,
The following Forensics courses may be used to fulfill the science requirement: FRSC-1107, FRSC-2007, FRSC-2100, FRSC-3201, FRSC-4207, FRSC-4217, NURS-3910.

(e) five additional courses from any area of study.

Minor in Latin American Studies

Required: six courses, including two of SPAN-2610, HIST-2720; two of HIST-4620, 48-226, SACR-2270, SACR-3520; SPAN-1010 (or SPAN-1020) or two intermediate or advanced level courses in Spanish language training (as appropriate, as determined by a placement test).

Combined Honours in Social Justice (As of Winter 2019, there are no new admissions to the Combined Social Justice program.)

Program Regulation:
Students in combined programs must complete all courses used to calculate the major average for both subject areas, and GART-1500 and GART-1510. They must also complete the degree requirements, in the order presented to a total of forty courses. Example: If the total course requirements add up to 43 once the requirements for the second subject area are included, the degree requirements are to be completed in the order presented, until the student reaches a total of 40 courses.


Degree Requirements:

Total courses: forty
(a) DISB/SJST-1000; SJST-3000; PHIL-3230, SACR-3520; and WORK-1000;
(b) seven courses from the following list: JWST-1700, JWST-2350, JWST-2700, DRAM-3780, DRAM-4710, ENGL-1005, ENGL-2320, ENGL-3330, VSAR-3850, MACS/CMAF-4500, PHIL/WGST-2360, PHIL-2220, CMAF-2250, CMAF/DRAM/WORK-2700; CMAF-3700, HIST/WORK-3490, HIST-2510/WGST-2510, HIST-3620, POLS/WGST-2110; POLS-2480, POLS-2490, POLS-3350, POLS-3560, PSYC-2400, PSYC-3340, PSYC-4400, PSYC-4450, SWRK-1170, SWRK-2100, SACR-2270, SACR-2280, SACR-2400, SACR-3400, WGST/WORK-2600, WGST-3530 /SACR-3530, WGST-4100, WORK-2000.
(c) Course requirements-Other Subject: courses used to calculate the major average in the other subject area, as prescribed by that area.
(d) GART-1500, GART-1510;
(e) two courses from Arts or Languages
(f) two courses from Science;
(g) additional course from any area of study excluding Social Sciences, to a total of forty.

Courses used to calculate the major average are: courses listed under requirements (a) to (c), and any courses taken in the major area(s) of study.

Minor in Social Justice

Total courses: 6

Required: SJST-1000 and SJST-3000, plus any 4 courses listed under the Social Justice Honours Degree as follows: INCS-2350, DRAM-3780, DRAM-4710, ENGL-1005, ENGL-2320, ENGL-3330, VSAR-2850, PHIL-2270, PHIL-2360, PHIL-3230, CMAF-2250, CMAF-3700, HIST-2510/53 -200, HIST-3490, HIST-3620, POLS-2110, POLS-2410, PSYC-2400, PSYC-3340, PSYC-4400, PSYC-4450, SWRK-1170, SWRK-2100, SACR-3750, WGST-2600, WGST-3530, WGST-4100, WORK-1000, WORK-2000, KINE-4050.

*NB: Students are responsible for ensuring that they have the required pre-requisites for enrolment in the above list of courses.