FACULTY OF ARTS

Dean Murphy, T.M., B.A. Saint Mary's, M.A. Fordham, Ph.D. Newcastle-upon-Tyne; Professor of Religious Studies

Associate Dean Black, J.R., B.A.(Hons.) Toronto, M.A. Memorial, Ph.D. London; Associate Professor of Linguistics

Executive Assistant to the Dean Millan, R., B.Voc.Ed. Memorial


General Faculty of Arts Regulations

Departmental Faculty Lists, Programmes, and Courses


DEGREE REGULATIONS

In these regulations, all references to Heads of Departments and Programme Supervisors are to be read as "Head of Department or delegate'' and "Programme Supervisor or delegate''.

ADMISSION TO MAJOR AND MINOR PROGRAMMES

NOTE: These regulations shall also apply to interdisciplinary programmes.

Students are advised that admission to major/minor programmes within the Faculty of Arts may be limited and competitive.

Admission to all major/minor programmes within the Faculty is upon formal application to the department of the subject of major/minor after completion of the department's admission requirements.

Unless otherwise indicated by the departmental admission regulations published in the University Calendar under departmental regulations, students upon submission of a Change of Academic Programme Form are normally admitted to the department of major/minor after successful completion of thirty university credit hours.

Students are strongly advised to consult with departments before applying for admission to the department of their intended Major/Minor.

REGULATIONS FOR THE GENERAL DEGREE OF BACHELOR OF ARTS

Students who register in a programme leading to the degree of Bachelor of Arts on or after September, 1976, will be governed by these regulations. Students registering in a programme leading to the degree of Bachelor of Arts prior to this date may elect to come under these regulations.

1. For the General Degree of Bachelor of Arts, a candidate must have completed at least 120 credit hours subject to the following regulations.

2. All candidates must complete

a) Not fewer than six credit hours in English, AND
b) Not fewer than six credit hours in each of any two of: a second language, Mathematics, History.

NOTES: 1) In certain circumstances, the Committee may waive the application of Clause 2 as it applies to individual candidates who have already been admitted to the Degree of Bachelor of Arts (Education).

2) Because there can be no assurance that a first-year course can be fitted into a candidate's programme of studies after the second year, candidates are strongly advised to make sure that the above requirements are met during the first two years in the programme.

3. Courses shall be chosen so that a candidate shall have completed an approved concentration of courses to be known as the candidate's Major programme.

a) Major programmes in the following subjects are administered by Departments. Departments shall not require fewer than 36 nor more than 45 credit hours:

Anthropology, Classics, Computer Science, Economics, English Language and Literature, Folklore, French, Geography, German, History, Linguistics, Mathematics (except 1150, 1151), Philosophy, Political Science, Psychology, Religious Studies, Russian, Sociology, and Spanish.

NOTE: Computer Science Majors and Computer Science Honours students shall not receive credit for Computer Science Service Courses.

b) Major programmes in the following subjects, because of their interdepartmental character, will each be administered jointly by the participating departments through a Programme Supervisor:

- Interdisciplinary Major Programme in Drama and Music.
- Multidisciplinary Major programme in Canadian Studies.
- Multidisciplinary Major Programme in Medieval Studies.
- Sociology/Anthropology Interdepartmental Programme.

i. A Major programme in one of these subjects shall require not fewer than 36 nor more than 54 credit hours, including any required comprehensive examination, as defined in the regulations for the particular programme.

ii. The regulations for a particular programme may require that a candidate pass a comprehensive examination, which shall be the equivalent of three credit hours.

c) Students who have taken courses in the area of their Major(s) at another university are required to complete at least 12 credit hours in that subject (these subjects) at this University. Courses to make up these credit hours may be chosen in consultation with the Head(s) of the Department(s) or Programme Supervisor(s) of the Major programme(s) or their delegates.

4. Students who enter the University in or after September 1994 may indicate, on the application for admission to the University, that they are entering the Faculty of Arts. Students who indicate the Faculty of Arts on their application form will not declare their major or minor when they apply for admission to the University. Until they declare a major, they will be classified as undeclared candidates for the BA.

Note: Students are reminded that the Academic Advising Centre (S-4053, tel. 737-8801) will assist them in the process of choosing programmes.

5. Students entering the University in or after September 1994 who indicate, on the application for admission to the University, that they wish to enter a faculty or a school other than the Faculty of Arts or who indicate no preference for a faculty or school, may without prejudice apply to enter the Faculty of Arts at a later time.

6. Candidates for the B.A. who are classified as undeclared and students covered by Regulation 5 above who wish to become candidates for the B.A., may declare their major and their minor (or second major) chosen according to Regulation 3 above and Regulation 8 below,

a) no earlier than the completion of 30 credit hours, and
b) normally no later than the semester in which they next attend the University following the completion of 60 credit hours.

NOTE: Students must consult the Heads of Departments (or their delegates) or the Programme Supervisors of their proposed majors and minors regarding department or programme requirements.

7. Declaration of major and minor (or second major), or any change to the major or minor, will be done by means of the Change of Academic Programme Form, which must be signed by the Heads of Departments concerned (see 3.a) above), or their delegates, or in the case of interdisciplinary programmes, the Programme Supervisor (see 3.b) above).

a) Candidates may change their Major programme during any regular registration period, provided that application has first been made to the Head of the Department or Programme Supervisor of the proposed Major programme.

b) Before registering for any semester or any session, candidates are advised to consult with the Head(s) of the Department(s) or the Programme Supervisor(s) of their Major Programme(s) or their delegates as to choice of courses.

c) In the Departments which offer programmes leading to both a degree of Bachelor of Arts and a degree of Bachelor of Science, candidates are free to choose the degree programme they wish to follow and may change from one to the other; however, they may not obtain BOTH degrees in the same Major subject.

8. A candidate is required to complete a Minor of at least 24 credit hours in a subject other than that of the Major chosen, either from Clause 3.a) above, from the Minor programmes listed below, or from a second Major programme.

a) A candidate must follow the regulations for the Minor as set forth in the appropriate section of the Calendar.

b) The Head of the Department or Programme Supervisor of the Minor will advise the candidate on the selection of courses in the Minor.

c) Students who have taken courses in the area of their Minor at another university are required to complete at least six credit hours in that subject at this University. Courses to make up these credit hours must be chosen in consultation with the Head of the Department or Programme Supervisor of the Minor programme or their delegate.

d) Up to 12 credit hours offered by a single department as part of a multidisciplinary programme may be used to satisfy the requirements for the Minor, provided they are in accordance with the regulations governing that Minor.

e) Multidisciplinary Minor Programmes in Law and Society, Medieval Studies, Newfoundland Studies, Russian Studies, and Women's Studies are offered to candidates for the Bachelor of Arts degree. These programmes are governed by special regulations which are detailed under the Calendar entries for Law and Society, Medieval Studies, Newfoundland Studies, Russian Studies and Women's Studies.

f) A Minor programme in Business Administration is available to candidates for the Bachelor of Arts degree. This programme is governed by regulations which are detailed under the Calendar entry for the Faculty of Business Administration.

g) A Minor in Music History is available to students who meet the prerequisites for Music 1107 and 1127. This programme is governed by regulations which are detailed under the Calendar entry for the School of Music.

h) Sociology/Anthropology Interdepartmental Minor Programme.

i) Minor programmes are available in the Faculty of Science. These programmes are governed by regulations which are detailed under the Faculty of Science Calendar entries for each department.

9. a) As an alternative to a Minor, a candidate may complete a second Major programme. Such a candidate must follow all General and Departmental or Programme Regulations for this Major programme.

b) In special circumstances, the Committee on Undergraduate Studies of the Faculty of Arts may approve an integrated programme of at least 24 credit hours as an alternative to a departmental Minor in the degree programme of candidates for the Conjoint Degrees of Bachelor of Arts and Bachelor of Education.

10. Further courses may be chosen from the subjects listed in Clause 3 above, or from any other courses approved by the Committee on Undergraduate Studies, Faculty of Arts (see Schedule A), provided that, of the 120 credit hours required for the degree, at least 78 credit hours shall be from the subjects listed in Clause 3 above, with Medieval Studies, Russian Studies, and Women's Studies added to the list of subjects.

NOTES: 1) Computer Science Majors and Computer Science Honours students shall not receive credit for Computer Science Service Courses.

2) Departmental regulations are not intended to debar students from taking more than the required courses in the subject of their Major.

3) The maximum number of transfer credit hours in French applicable to the degree of Bachelor of Arts shall be 45.

11. In order to graduate with the General Degree of Bachelor of Arts, a candidate shall obtain an average of 60% or higher on the minimum number of courses prescribed for his or her major programme excluding 1000 level courses, an average of 60% or higher on the minimum number of courses prescribed for his or her minor programme excluding 1000 level courses, and an average of 1.0 points or higher on all courses in Arts disciplines as indicated in Clause 3(a) above.

NOTES: 1) In the context of this regulation, any student attaining a grade of 55% or less in any course beyond the 1000 level in his/her major or minor is required to seek the advice of the appropriate department(s) at the beginning of the next semester of registration to ensure that adequate progress is being maintained.

2) The minimum number of courses prescribed shall be understood to include the number of credit hours prescribed in the regulations of any department including any specific courses prescribed in those regulations but excluding from the number any 1000 level courses listed.

SCHEDULE A:

NOTE: Subject to overall Degree Regulations, a candidate may complete a maximum of 42 credit hours from those subjects listed under Schedule A. However, no courses from Schedule A may be used to fulfil the requirements of 78 credit hours in Arts courses.

SUBJECTS

Arts: 1000, 1001

Biology: All courses

Biochemistry: All courses

Business: All courses subject to the approval of the Committee on Undergraduate Studies

Chemistry: All courses

Earth Sciences: All courses

Education: Maximum of fifteen credit hours from the following: 3080 (Group and Audience Communication), 3210 (Guidance), 3220 and 3230 (Exceptional Children), 2610 (Child Development), 3250 (Psychology of Adolescence), 3260 (Human Learning), 3290 (Psychological Tests and Measurements), 3560 (Comparative Education), 3570 (History of Education---North American), 3571 (The History of Education in Newfoundland Since 1800), 3580 (Education and Culture), 3590 (Moral Education), 3660 (A Study of the Gifted Child), 4360 (Sociology of Education), 4370 (History of Education), 4380 (Philosophy of Education).

Engineering: 1102 (General Studies I), 1312 (Mechanics I), 1402 (Vector and Linear Algebra I), 1411 (Calculus I), 2102 (General Studies II), 2203 (Materials II), 2312 (Mechanics II), 2402 (Vector and Linear Algebra II), 2413 (Calculus II), 3121 (Aesthetics in Architecture and the Allied Arts), 3202 (Materials III), 2333 (Basic Electrical Circuits), 3411 (Calculus III), 3421 (Programming and Numerical Methods), 3333 (Electromechanical Energy Conversion), 4421 (Probability and Statistics), 4333 (Electrical Concepts III), 5342 (Fluids I), 5432 (Calculus IV), 6722 (Soil Mechanics), 5811 (Fields I), 5821 (Networks I), 6831 (Signals and Systems), 6901 (Heat Transfer I), 6911 (Fluids II), 6932 (Vibrations), 8862 (Digital Systems II).

Forestry: 2220/2221 (Forest Meteorology)

Medicine: 3020 (Cell Structure and Function), 3010 (Physiology of Excitable Tissues), 3021 (Immunology), 3040 (Community Medicine and Behavioural Sciences).

Music: All courses in Music History and Music Theory.

Nursing: Physiology 2300, 2301.

Physical Education: 2310, 2320, 3310, 3410.

Physics: All courses

Science: 1000, 1001 and 115A, 115B

Social Work: All courses except 4315, 4316, 4325, 4326, 5315, 5316, 5317, 5318, which are available for B.S.W. students only.

Theatre: 1000, 1001, 1010, 1020, 4030, 4040, 4050, 4060. Available only at Sir Wilfred Grenfell College.

Visual Arts: 3702 - 3721, 4700 - 4729, 4740, 4741. Available only at Sir Wilfred Grenfell College.

NOTES: 1) Students may not receive credit for both Physiology 2300 and Physical Education 2310 or Physiology 2301 and Physical Education 2320.

2) Credit towards the degree of Bachelor of Arts may not be awarded for more than two of Engineering 1102, Engineering 2102, Philosophy 1000 and Philosophy 1001.

REGULATIONS FOR THE HONOURS DEGREE OF BACHELOR OF ARTS

A programme is offered leading to the Honours Degree of Bachelor of Arts. An Honours degree requires, over and above the requirements of the General degree, a concentration at an advanced level in an approved field, consisting of a subject or subjects of specialization and/or related subjects, and a high quality of work throughout the programme. An Honours degree is of distinct advantage to candidates who plan advanced work or careers in their chosen fields and also to those who have a clear commitment to some special field of study. An Honours degree with first or second class standing is, in many cases, a prerequisite for admission to a graduate programme.

Students who register in a programme leading to the degree of Bachelor of Arts (Honours) on and after September 1, 1978, will be governed by these regulations. Students registering in a programme leading to the degree of Bachelor of Arts (Honours) prior to this date may elect to come under these regulations.

1. Admission and Registration

a) Candidates for an Honours degree shall declare in writing to the Registrar their intention to pursue an Honours programme in a Subject of Specialization. Such declaration shall be approved by the Head of the Department or Programme Supervisor of the Subject of Specialization before the candidates can be admitted to the programme.

NOTE: A candidate who wishes to enter an Honours programme is strongly advised to consult the Head of the Department or Programme Supervisor at the earliest possible date, as it may not be possible to complete the requirements for the degree in the normal time if the decision to embark on the programme is delayed beyond the end of the second year.

b) Students who have been awarded the General Degree of Bachelor of Arts may convert it to an Honours Degree of Bachelor of Arts by applying to the department of specialization and the Registrar and, upon approval of such application by the Department, completing the requirements for the Honours degree as set forth in the regulations.

c) Upon entering the programme, the candidate shall be assigned a Faculty Advisor by the Head of the Department or Programme Supervisor. The Faculty Advisor will be responsible for advising the candidate and the Head of the Department or Programme Supervisor with respect to the candidate's programme of studies.

d) Before registering for any semester or any session, the candidate must consult with the Faculty Advisor who shall advise the candidate and the Head of the Department or Programme Supervisor on the chosen list of courses. Failure to comply with this requirement may result in denial of access to certain courses.

2. Subjects of Specialization

Subjects which may be chosen as Subjects of Specialization for the Honours Degree of Bachelor of Arts are the following:

a) Those administered by Departments through the Head of the Department: Anthropology, Classics, Computer Science, Economics, English Language and Literature, Folklore, French, Geography, German, History, Linguistics, Mathematics, Philosophy, Political Science, Psychology, Religious Studies, Sociology, Spanish (at present, only for Joint Honours).

NOTE: Computer Science Majors and Computer Science Honours students shall not receive credit for Computer Science Service Courses.

b) Those which, because of their interdepartmental character, are administered by two or more Departments through a Programme Supervisor: Sociology/Anthropology Interdepartmental Programme. (No other programmes yet approved.)

c) Joint Honours Programmes: A candidate may undertake a programme of Joint Honours in two Subjects of Specialization (See Regulations 3.c.ii.).

3. Course Requirements

Candidates for the Honours Degree of Bachelor of Arts shall complete a programme of studies which shall consist of not fewer than 120 credit hours subject to the following regulations:

a) All candidates are required to have completed not fewer than six credit hours in English AND six credit hours in each of two of: a second language, History, Mathematics.

b) All candidates must also

i. Pass a general comprehensive examination in a Subject of Specialization. This examination may be written, or oral, or a combination of both. The comprehensive examination shall count as three credit hours in the Subject of Specialization;

AND/OR

ii. Submit an Honours essay on an approved topic which, at the discretion of the Head of the Department or the Programme Supervisor, may be followed by an oral examination thereon. The Honours essay will count as three credit hours in the Subject of Specialization.

A copy of the Honours essay must be submitted to the University Library upon completion. All Honours essays in the University Library shall be available for unrestricted consultation by students and faculty except under very exceptional circumstances which must be approved by the Committee on Undergraduate Studies. Copyright remains with the author. A signed release form must accompany an essay or dissertation when it is submitted to the University Library.

NOTE: The semester in which the candidate sits for the comprehensive examination, and/or the semester in which the Honours essay is to be submitted, may be decided by the candidate after consultation with the Head of the Department or Programme Supervisor.

c) Further courses shall be chosen EITHER

i. In consultation with the Faculty Advisor and with the approval of the Head of the Department or Programme Supervisor of the Subject of Specialization, but in such a way that the candidate's programme shall include not fewer than 60 credit hours in courses applicable to the Subject of Specialization, including the comprehensive examination and/or the Honours essay, at least 36 of which must be at the 3000 level or above, and not fewer than 24 credit hours in a Minor subject or programme according to the Departmental or Programme Regulations covering that Minor, and the total number of credit hours which may be applied to the degree is not fewer than 120;

OR

ii. In consultation with the Faculty Advisors and with the approval of the Head of the Department or Programme Supervisor of the Subject of Specialization, but in such a way that the candidate's programme shall include not fewer than 60 credit hours in courses applicable to the Subject of Specialization, including the comprehensive examination and/or the Honours essay, at least 36 of which must be at the 3000 level or above, and not fewer than 36 credit hours in a Major subject or programme according to the Departmental or Programme Regulations governing that Major, and the total number of credit hours which may be applied to the degree is not fewer than 120.

iii. In consultation with the Faculty Advisors and with the approval of the Heads of the Departments or Programme Supervisors of two Subjects of Specialization (Joint Honours), but in such a way that the candidate's programme shall include not fewer than 42 and not more than 51 credit hours in courses approved for each of the Subjects of Specialization, including the comprehensive examination and/or the Honours essay, of which at least 27 shall be at the 3000 level or above in each of the Subjects of Specialization, and the total number of credit hours which may be applied to the degree is not fewer than 120.

iv. In the case of Joint Honours, the candidate may choose the Subject of Specialization for the Honours essay and/or comprehensive examination.

v. Other courses to make up the total of 120 credit hours may be chosen from any subjects listed under 2.a) with Canadian, Medieval, Russian and Women's Studies added to the list of subjects and from courses listed under and in accordance with Schedule A of the General B.A. Degree Regulations.

4. Departmental Regulations

Candidates for Honours degrees shall also comply with such additional requirements of the appropriate Department(s) as are approved by the Senate and printed in the Calendar.

5. Residence Requirements

To qualify for an Honours degree in Arts, a candidate shall attend this University for at least seven semesters as a full-time student, except with the special permission of the Faculty Committee on Undergraduate Studies.

6. Academic Standing

In order to graduate with an Honours degree, a candidate shall obtain

i) A grade of 70% or better, OR an average of 75% or higher in the minimum number of courses [including the required courses] in the Honours subject(s) prescribed by the Department [or, in the case of Joint Honours, Departments] concerned, excluding 1000-level courses. A grade of 70% or better must be obtained in the Honours dissertation and/or comprehensive examinations.

AND

ii) An average of at least 1.75 points on the total number of credit hours in the courses required for the degree. (See General Regulation F, Classification of Degrees, for explanation of the point system.)

NOTE: Students who wish to fulfil the requirements of Clause 6(i) above using repeated or substituted courses must obtain approval of the Head of the Department and the Committee on Undergraduate Studies. The Honours dissertation and/or comprehensive examinations may not be repeated or substituted.

7. Classification of Degrees

a) If a candidate's general average is 2.25 points or better per credit hour in required courses and his/her average is 2.5 points or better per credit hour in the courses in the Honours subject (excluding 1000-level courses), the candidate shall be awarded an Honours degree with First Class standing.

b) If a candidate fulfils the conditions of paragraph 6 but not of paragraph 7, section (a), the candidate shall be awarded an Honours degree with Second Class standing.

c) No classification will be given to the degree awarded a candidate who has completed (i) fewer than one half of the courses required for the degree at this University, or (ii) who has completed fewer than one half of the courses required for the degree at this University since 1959. All candidates for such degrees shall, however, fulfil the condition of paragraph 6 on the courses taken at this University since September 1959 in order to qualify for the degree.

d) A declared candidate for an Honours degree who fails to attain the academic standing specified in paragraph 6, but fulfils the academic requirements for a General degree shall be awarded a General degree, the classification of which shall be determined in accordance with paragraph F. (2) of General Academic Regulations.

REGULATIONS FOR THE DEGREE OF BACHELOR OF ARTS (POLICE STUDIES)

Memorial University, in co-operation with the Canadian Police College, has designed a programme leading to the Degree of Bachelor of Arts (Police Studies). The programme is open only to serving police officers and consists of regular academic course work at Memorial University complemented by specialised professional training at the Canadian Police College. Progress towards the degree is made by completing phases of academic and professional study: the completion of each phase is marked by the award of a certificate or diploma by the Canadian Police College, and the completion of the whole programme will result in the awarding of the degree by Memorial University.

This programme shall be administered by a Programme Supervisor who shall be advised by a committee drawn from not fewer than five of the Departments listed in Group A below. The Programme Supervisor shall be appointed from time to time by the Dean of Arts on the recommendation of the Undergraduate Studies Committee of the Faculty of Arts.

Regulations

1. For the Degree of Bachelor of Arts (Police Studies) a candidate must have completed at least 120 credit hours including 105 credit hours recognized for degree credit by Memorial University and the equivalent of 15 credit hours awarded by transfer credit for work completed at the Canadian Police College, and applicable only to this degree.

2. This degree shall be governed by the General Academic Regulations, and by the specific regulations listed below.

3. Of the 105 credit hours recognized for degree credit by Memorial University, at least 96 credit hours shall be chosen in courses from the disciplines listed in Group A and Group B below:
Group A Group B
Anthropology Business
Computer Science Classics
Economics Education
English Language & Literature Linguistics
Folklore Music
French Physical Education
Geography Social Work
German
History
Mathematics (except 1150 & 1151)
Philosophy
Political Science
Psychology
Religious Studies
Russian
Sociology
Spanish
Statistics


4. At least 30 credit hours must be completed in courses in a single subject area, known as a Major, in a programme approved by the Head of the Major Department.

5. The Major Department must be chosen from the subjects listed in Group A of Clause 3 above.

6. At least six credit hours in the subject of the Major shall be completed in courses at the 4000 level or above.

7. The phases of study to be followed are:

Phase I

A candidate must complete 30 credit hours as follows:

a) six credit hours in English;

b) six credit hours in each of two of: a second language, Mathematics, History;

c) six credit hours in each of two of: Anthropology, Geography, Philosophy, Political Science, Psychology, Sociology. On successful completion of Phase I, plus appropriate professional training as stipulated by the Canadian Police College, the College will award the candidate the Certificate in General Police Studies.

Phase II

A candidate must complete a further 30 credit hours chosen from disciplines listed in Group A and Group B above, such that after 60 credit hours the following shall have been completed:

a) at least 12 credit hours in courses chosen from one of the subjects listed in c, d, e, f, or g, below;

b) at least 15 credit hours in courses numbered at the 2000 level or above;

c) at least six credit hours in courses chosen from one of Anthropology, Sociology or Psychology;

d) at least six credit hours in courses chosen from one of Economics, Geography or Political Science;

e) at least six credit hours in courses chosen from one of English, History or Philosophy;

f) at least six credit hours in courses chosen from one of Business or Social Work;

g) at least six credit hours in courses chosen from one of Mathematics, Statistics, Computer Science or a second language. On successful completion of Phase II, plus appropriate professional training as stipulated by the Canadian Police College, the College will award the candidate the Certificate in Advanced Police Studies.

Phase III

A candidate must complete a further 30 credit hours in courses chosen from disciplines listed in Group A and Group B above such that after 90 credit hours the following shall have been completed:

a) at least 12 credit hours in courses from each of two of the following blocks:

i. Sociology, Psychology
ii. Mathematics, Statistics, Computer Science
iii. Economics, Business

b) On successful completion of Phase III, plus completion of either the Senior Police Administration Programme or the Executive Development Programme of the Canadian Police College, the College will award the candidate the Diploma in Police Management Studies.

Phase IV

A candidate must complete a further 15 credit hours such as to satisfy the academic requirements of Regulations 3 to 7 above. On successful completion of this phase, and following the transfer of 15 approved credit hours (applicable only to this degree) for professional study at the Canadian Police College, Memorial University will award the Degree of Bachelor of Arts (Police Studies).


WAIVER OF REGULATIONS FOR UNDERGRADUATE STUDENTS

Regulations involving course prerequisites or corequisites, departmental regulations, and faculty regulations may be waived where circumstances so warrant. The routing of requests for such waivers and the procedure for appealing unfavourable decisions are outlined in the General Academic Regulations B and C.


HARLOW CAMPUS SEMESTER

This is an integrated interdisciplinary Arts programme offered each Fall Semester at the Harlow Campus, England. The content of the programme changes each Fall, depending upon the departments involved. Credits for the programme equal 15 credit hours, with the allocation of credits to departments changing each Fall. Students wishing to enrol in a Harlow Semester must have completed at least 48 credit hours at the university level, and satisfy any prerequisites which may be required. Enrolment is competitive. The relevant admission criteria, as well as other information, may be obtained from the Office of the Dean of Arts.


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