Please Enter a Search Term

Checklist for Minors

Students who declare a minor in Folklore should have completed Folklore 1000 (or 2000); it is recommended that students intending to minor in Folklore take Folklore 2100 as early in their programs as possible.
A student registered to minor in Folklore must take a minimum of 24 credit hours including:

1) Fifteen required credit hours: 1000 (or 2000), 2100, 2300, 2401, 2500.
2) Nine additional credit hours in Folklore - not more than 3 of which can be taken from courses at the 1000 level.

REQUIRED COURSES (15 credit hours)
1000 (or 2000): Introduction to Folklore
2100: Folklore Research Methods
2300: Newfoundland and Labrador Folklore
2401: Folklife Studies
2500: Oral Literature

NINE ADDITIONAL CREDIT HOURS - NOT MORE THAN 3 OF WHICH CAN BE TAKEN FROM COURSES AT THE 1000 LEVEL
1050: Folklore Studies
1060: Folklore and Culture
2230: Newfoundland Society and Culture
2700: Ethnography of the University
3001: Art, Architecture and Medieval Life
3100: Folktale
3200: Music, Song and Tradition
3250: Ballad
3300: Folk Drama
3350: Folklore of the Body
3360: Sex/Folklore/Power
3450: Language and Play
3460: Folklore and Literature
3591: Collections Management
3601: English Material Culture (S.T.)
3602: English Architecture & Art (S.T.)
3603: East Anglia Vernacular Architecture (S.T.)
3606: Folklore and the Supernatural
3611: Ritual, Spectacle & The Body (S.T.)
3612: Urban Legend
3613: English Museums & Historic Sites (S.T.)
3614: Traditional Music in Ireland (S.T.)
3615: Irish Culture in Canada (S.T.)
3618: Jazz and Blues
3619: Traditional Health Systems (S.T.)
3650: Artifacts of Colonial America
3700: Museums and Historic Sites
3713: A History of English Architecture I: Roman to Medieval (S.T.)
3714: A History of English Architecture II: Early Modern to Postmodern (S.T.)
3800: Fieldwork in Vernacular Architecture: Drawings and Photography
3820: Folk Custom
3830: Foodways
3850: Material Culture
3860: Vernacular Architecture
3870: An Introduction to the History of Western Architecture Since the Renaissance
3900: Newfoundland Vernacular Furnishings
3910: Occupational Folklife
3920: Folklore and Education
3930: Folklore and Popular Culture
3940: Folklore in Medieval Society
3950: Women and Traditional Culture
4015: Cultural Resource Management
4100: History and Memory
4300: Folklore of Canada
4310: Studies in Newfoundland Folklore
4320: Folklore of the U.S.
4350: Folklore of the British Isles
4360: Traditional Culture of Scotland
4370: Culture and Traditions of Ireland
4400: Traditional Culture of French-Newfoundlanders
4410: Folklore of France
4420: French Folklore in the New World
4440: Music and Culture
4460: Folk Religion
4470: Spaces and Places
4480: Oral History
4601: Special Research in Folklore: Heritage Resources (S.T.)
4702: Field Studies (S.T.)
4810: Documents Management

Share