Table 1

Table 1: Complementary Studies

 The Six Learning Objectives for Complementary Studies CoursesApproved Disciplines and Course Numbers
Learning Objective OneStudents will develop university knowledge and skills in critical reading, writing, and analysis.Critical Reading and Writing Courses (CRW), St. John’s campus, or Designated Writing courses (W), Grenfell Campus, chosen from the following disciplines:
  • Archaeology
  • English
  • Folklore
  • Gender Studies
  • History
  • Humanities*
  • Philosophy
  • Political Science
  • Religious Studies
Learning Objective TwoStudents will develop foundational knowledge and appreciation for the various expressions and experiences of human and cultural diversity.Anthropology 2413, 3060, 3061, 3063, 3210*
English 2122, 2705*, 3810*
Gender Studies 1000, 2000*, 2006, 3005, 3025, 3100
Humanities 2002*, 3001*, 4001*
Psychology 1000, 1001, 2020, 2025*, 2030, 2125*, 2540, 2625*
Sociology 2100, 3314*, 3731*, 4071*, 4072*, 4201, 4213
Learning Objective ThreeStudents will develop foundational knowledge and understanding of historical and contemporary experiences of Indigenous peoples of Canada.Anthropology 2414, 3070
English 2160
History 1016, 2800, 3520, 3525
Humanities 3100*
Political Science 3830
Law and Society 3012, 3014
Religious Studies 3880*
Learning Objective FourStudents will develop foundational knowledge and awareness of the historical and contemporary realties of social inequities, imperialism, and racism.Anthropology 3061, 3063, 4415, 4416
Gender Studies 1000, 2000*, 2006, 3005, 3025, 3100
Geography 1050, 2001
History 1016, 2140, 2800, 3520, 3525, 3760*, 3770*, 3813, 3821, 4253, 4421
Sociology 2100, 3180, 3314*, 3420
Learning Objective FiveStudents will develop foundational knowledge in governance and policy-making.Humanities 1002*, 2002*
Political Science 1010, 2600, 2800, 3550*, 3610, 3620, 3650, 3731*, 3800, 3880, 3890
Police Studies 2000
Learning Objective SixStudents will develop a critically reflective understanding of contemporary society (locally, nationally, and globally) and their place in it.English 3810*
Humanities 4001*
History 2665, 3120, 3760*, 3770*, 3813, 3821, 4253
Philosophy 1600*, 2220, 2400, 2541, 2551, 2552, 2553
Law and Society 1000, 2000, 3012, 3014, 3300
Social/Cultural Studies 2000*
Sociology 1000, 2100, 2110, 2120, 2210, 2230, 2240, 2250, 2270, 3140, 3210, 3290, 3318, 3400, 3420

 

*These courses offered only at Grenfell Campus

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