Please enable javascript to view this page in its intended format.

Queen's University
 

Certificate Components

The International Studies program consists of 30.0 units, structured as follows:

  • Language-acquisition credits: 18.0 units in at least two languages other than English. At least 6.0 units must be obtained in each of the languages, and at least 6.0 units at a higher level in one of them. At least 12.0 of the 18.0 units must be completed at Queen’s or receive specified transfer credit.

  • 6.0 interdisciplinary units, selected from: IDIS 302/3.0 (Race and Relations), INTS 306/3.0 (Culture, Identity and Self - formerly IDIS 306/3.0), INTS 307/3.0 (Intercultural Relations - formerly IDIS 307/3.0), INTS 320/3.0 (Fascism in Europe from Napoleon to Hitler), INTS 321/3.0 (Urban Images: Race, Gender, Sexuality and the Imagined City), INTS 322/3.0 (Conflict and Culture: Literature, Law and Human Rights ), INTS 326/3.0 (Labours of Film in the New Europe), LLCU 327/3.0 (Sickness and Health - Cultural Representations in Medical Discourse), and/or further language-acquisition credits (in either of the two languages above or in a third language).

  • Minimum of one term of study abroad: The study abroad component may be fulfilled through any of the following study abroad opportunities: the Bader International Study Centre (Herstmonceux Castle); a Queen's University international student exchange program; direct enrolment in a university outside of Canada; or, a study abroad program accredited by a recognised university. Please note that the following conditions apply to the study abroad component:

    • Bader International Study Centre, Herstmonceux Castle

      First-Year Program: Successful completion of minimum of 24.0 units at the BISC; OR,

      Upper-Year Program: Successful completion of at least 6.0 units at the BISC, involving studies in a British or European context;

    • Other study abroad options

      6.0 transfer units obtained for work successfully completed either at one of the University’s exchange partner institutions or by direct enrolment in a university outside of Canada or during a study abroad program accredited by a recognized university. The course(s) offered for the 6.0 study-abroad units must demonstrate academic benefit derived especially from the experience of studying abroad and will usually incorporate a regional, cultural, or comparative cultural perspective.

In order to avoid disappointment, students are strongly encouraged to seek approval of their proposed courses before they depart for their study abroad term.

Kingston, Ontario, Canada. K7L 3N6. 613.533.2000