All students enrol in 5 courses to a maximum of 15.0 units.
|Course code||Course name||Year offered|
|ARTH 116/3.0||Art and Architecture in Britain from the Classical Period to c.1700||Fall 2021|
|FILM 104/3.0||Film Form & Modern Culture to 1970||Fall 2021|
|FILM 340/3.0||Advertising and Consumer Culture||Fall 2021|
|HIST 241/3.0||Issues in History: Medieval Europe: Castles, Kingdoms, and Religious Conflict||Fall 2021|
|HIST 289/3.0||Britain since 1851||Fall 2021|
|HLTH 101/3.0||The Social Determinants of Health||Fall 2021|
|IDIS 304/3.0||British Studies I||Fall 2021|
|INTS 312/3.0||Journalism in the 21st Century||Fall 2021|
|LLCU 206/3.0||Rebel Cities||Fall 2021|
|LLCU 214/3.0||Mafia Culture and the Power of Symbols, Rituals and Myth||Fall 2021|
|MUSC 171/3.0||Social History of Popular Music||Fall 2021|
|PHIL 151/3.0||Great Works of Philosophy||Fall 2021|
|SPAN 111/3.0||Beginning Spanish I||Fall 2021|
- Course offerings are subject to change for reasons including, but not limited to, enrolment numbers. Students will have access to academic advising services if changes impact their course selections.
- Experiential Learning Opportunities and mid-term trip are indicative and may change subject to operational and/or academic requirements.
- Queen's students: Grades will show on your Queen's University transcript and count towards your CUM GPA.
- Non-Queen's students: Following the grade release date you can request a transcript from the University Registrar. Transcripts will be sent automatically to students from partner universities.
Not sure which courses to pick? Why not consider the combinations below? The BISC's course clusters allow you to take complementary courses towards your chosen degree. You then choose additional courses to a total of 15.0 units from the robust range of elective course offerings at the BISC.
Gain a broad understanding of Britain through the ages
All 3 courses can be used to satisfy requirements in HIST Major and Medial plans.
Cultural and Media Studies
Drive your academic and professional progress by taking this carefully curated cluster of courses.
We also offer a range of Clusters in the Winter semester, including Health Sciences, Psychology and Law & Politics