Certificate in Newfoundland Studies
Information regarding the Certificate in Newfoundland Studies can be accessed by contacting the program Coordinator; Denise Hooper, Senior Academic Advisor; or Karen O’Leary in the Dean of Arts Office
Associate Dean of Arts, Room AA5015, Phone 864-8254
Dean of Arts Office
Denise Hooper, Senior Academic Advisor, Room AA4079, Phone 864-8363, email:email@example.com
Karen O’Leary, Enrollment Management, AA5015, Phone 864-8157, email: firstname.lastname@example.org
The Certificate in Newfoundland Studies is designed for those who wish to expand their knowledge of Newfoundland and Labrador. The program will be useful to persons involved in community, rural and northern development; cultural affairs, tourism, education and archival and library services.
Regulations for the Certificate in Newfoundland Studies
To be eligible for the Certificate in Newfoundland Studies a student must complete 24 credit hours in at least four different subject areas chosen from the following:
- Anthropology 2220, 3290; Archaeology 3850; Economics 2070, 3070; Education 3571; English 3155; Folklore 2300, 2230; and Geography 3290, 3490; History 3110, 3120; Linguistics 2210; Political Science 3880; Religious Studies 3900, 3901; Sociology 2230.
- A maximum of 6 credit hours may be chosen from the following: Archaeology 4280; Business 2010, Economics 3080; Folklore 2401, 3860, 4310, 4400; Geography 4690; History 4230, 4231; Linguistics 4220; Political Science 3890, 4650.
Students should consult with the certificate coordinator regarding program information and course requirements.
For detailed course descriptions on courses offered, please refer to the online University Calendar at http://www.mun.ca/regoff/calendar