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Arts and Science Departments, Programs and Courses Global Development Studies Bachelor of Arts (Honours) - BAH (before September 2006)


Bachelor of Arts (Honours) - BAH (before September 2006)

Medial Concentration - MED (Consists of 7.0 credits in each of two concentrations, one of which must be in the humanities, social sciences or languages. 1.0 or 2.0 supporting credits may also be required and 3.0 or 4.0 elective credits to total 19.0).
Global Development Studies - DEVS
7.0 credits plus 1.0 supporting credit chosen according to the program structure below. Eligible first-year credits are drawn from six core departments: Economics, Geography, History, Political Studies, Sociology and Women's Studies. In addition to second-, third- and fourth-year core courses offered in Global Development Studies, students choose from a number of core courses offered by the core departments.

Additional courses drawn from several departments make up the remaining requirements for the Global Development Studies medial concentration. The program requirements are as follows:
1 2.0 credits from: ECON 110, or ECON 111* and ECON 112*; GPHY 100, or GPHY 101* and GPHY 102*; HIST 121, HIST 122, HIST 124 or HIST 125; POLS 110 or POLS 131; SOCY 122; WMNS 100, GNDS 120* (or WMNS 120*), or WMNS 101* and WMNS 102*. In order to avoid future prerequisite problems, students are encouraged to take as many of these credits as possible in their first year.
2 DEVS 200* or DEVS 210* or DEVS 220* plus two of: DEVS 200*, DEVS 210*, DEVS 220*, DEVS 221*, DEVS 230*, ECON 239*, HIST 231*, HIST 282*, SOCY 225*.
3 DEVS 300* plus two of: DEVS 309*, DEVS 310*, DEVS 320*, DEVS 330*, DEVS 392*, DEVS 393*, DEVS 394*, DEVS 395*, DEVS 396*, ENSC 315*, GPHY 365*, POLS 346*, GNDS 330* (or WMNS 330*).
4 One of: DEVS 490*, DEVS 492*, DEVS 493*, DEVS 494*, DEVS 495*, DEVS 496*, DEVS 497*, DEVS 498*, DEVS 499*plus one of: DEVS 410, DEVS 420*, DEVS 432 or DEVS 450*.
5 An additional 1.5 credits (with either DEVS 410 or DEVS 432) or 2.0 credits (with either DEVS 420* or DEVS 450*) selected from the lists below, including 0.5 to 1.0 credit in a regional area (Africa, Asia, Latin America, successor states to the former Soviet Union) and 1.0 credit in one or more thematic area(s). Of these, at least 0.5 credit must be at the 200 level or above.

NOTES
1 Students cannot count the same credit toward both medial concentrations. That is, credits in the Global Development Studies medial cannot also count as part of the second medial concentration, and vice versa.

2 Courses listed below may have limited enrolment, with priority given to students in the corresponding programs.

Eligible Regional Courses
AFRICA FREN 477*; GPHY 255*, GPHY 256*; HIST 226, HIST 252, HIST 266*, HIST 333*, HIST 334*, HIST 338, HIST 448, HIST 470*, HIST 471*; POLS 344, POLS 347*; GNDS 422 (or WMNS 422*), GNDS 425 (or WMNS 425*).
ASIA DEVS 421*, DEVS 430*, DEVS 431; HIST 240, HIST 264*, HIST 294*, HIST 299*, HIST 344,HIST 460; POLS 340*, POLS 341*, POLS 468*, POLS 474*, POLS 492*; RELS 224*.
LATIN AMERICA GPHY 257*, GPHY 258*; HIST 246, HIST 285*, HIST 286*, HIST 346, HIST 461*, HIST 462*; POLS 342*, POLS 442*.
SUCCESSOR STATES TO THE FORMER SOVIET UNION HIST 217, HIST 245*, HIST 246*, HIST 276, HIST 421; POLS 337*, POLS 464*.

Eligible Thematic Courses
CULTURAL STUDIES ARTH 434*; DEVS 421*; FREN 477*; GPHY 224*, GPHY 260*, GPHY 327*, GPHY 368*; HIST 238*, HIST 266*, HIST 267*; IDIS 302*; MUSC 289*, MUSC 386*, MUSC 488*; PHIL 324*, PHIL 461*; RELS 131, RELS 222*, RELS 223*, RELS 224*, RELS 226*, RELS 230*, RELS 322*, RELS 323*, RELS 326*, RELS 335*, RELS 336*, RELS 337*, RELS 338*, RELS 339*, RELS 392*, RELS 393*, RELS 396*; SOCY 223, SOCY 233*, SOCY 450*; SPAN 246; GNDS 212* (or WMNS 212*).
DEVELOPMENT ECONOMICS DEVS 230*; ECON 238*, ECON 239*, ECON 280*, ECON 290*, ECON 425*.
ENVIRONMENT BIOL 111*; ECON 290*; ENSC 305*, ENSC 315*, ENSC 407*, ENSC 420*; GPHY 210*, GPHY 327*, GPHY 364*, GPHY 365*, GPHY 368*; HIST 257*; RELS 235*; GNDS 425 (or WMNS 425*).
GENDER ENSC 420*; HIST 452*; POLS 382*, POLS 443*; WMNS 100, WMNS 101*, WMNS 102*, GNDS 120* (or WMNS 120*), GNDS 212* (or WMNS 212*), WMNS 320*, GNDS 330* (or WMNS 330*), GNDS 340* (or WMNS 340*), GNDS 422 (or WMNS 422*), GNDS 425 (or WMNS 425*), GNDS 432 (or WMNS 432*).
GLOBALIZATION - POLITICS AND ECONOMICS DEVS 230*, DEVS 431; ECON 212*, ECON 325*, ECON 390*; GPHY 332*; HIST 273*; PHIL 202*; POLS 314, POLS 358*, POLS 361*, POLS 364*, POLS 366*, POLS 457*, POLS 461*.
GLOBALIZATION - SOCIETY, TECHNOLOGY AND CULTURE DEVS 309*, DEVS 330*, DEVS 431; FILM 110, FILM 231*, FILM 232*; PHIL 343*; POLS 391*, POLS 471*; SOCY 225*, SOCY 233, SOCY 324; WMNS 100, WMNS 101*, WMNS 102*, GNDS 120* (or WMNS 120*), GNDS 212* (or WMNS 212*).
HISTORY OF DEVELOPMENT HIST 226, HIST 231*, HIST 232*, HIST 246*, HIST 258*, HIST 282*,HIST285*, HIST 286*, HIST 294*, HIST 299*, HIST 338, HIST 346, HIST 351, HIST 411*, HIST442*, HIST 460, HIST 461*, HIST 462*, HIST 470*, HIST 471*, HIST 479, HIST 498*, HIST 499*.
NATIVE STUDIES DEVS 220*, DEVS 221*; GPHY 351*; HIST 271*, HIST 467; MUSC 288*; RELS 227*, RELS 334*; WMNS 220*, GNDS 340* (or WMNS 340*), GNDS 430 (or WMNS 430*), GNDS 432 (or WMNS 432*).
POLITICAL ECONOMY DEVS 230*; GPHY 365*; HIST 273*; POLS 240, POLS 241*, POLS 242*, POLS 340*, POLS 341*, POLS 342*, POLS 344, POLS 346*, POLS 443*, POLS 445*, POLS 467*; SOCY 225*, SOCY 472*.
POST-COLONIAL LITERATURES ENGL 282, ENGL 382; FREN 351*, FREN 451*; SPAN 306*, SPAN 456*, SPAN 458*.

Arts and Science Departments, Programs and Courses Global Development Studies Bachelor of Arts (Honours) - BAH (before September 2006)
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