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8 Division of Social Science

Bachelor of Arts (General) degrees are available with Majors in Environmental Studies, Psychology, Social/Cultural Studies, and Tourism Studies. Bachelor of Arts (Honours) degree is available in Psychology. A Bachelor of Business Administration and a Bachelor of Resource Management is also available.

Bachelor of Science (General and Honours) degrees are available in Psychology.

Minors are available in Business, Canadian Studies, Economics, Environmental Studies, Folklore, Geography, Psychology, Social/Cultural Studies, Sociology, and Tourism.

An articulation agreement has been established with the College of the North Atlantic for graduates of the two-year Adventure Tourism Diploma Program who wish to obtain a Bachelor of Arts degree (Major in Environmental Studies).

8.1 Major in Environmental Studies

The Major in Environmental Studies is an interdisciplinary program which uses various theoretical and applied approaches to explore the complex, dynamic interaction of human beings and nature, considering environmental, political and economic constraints and possibilities. The Major requires a total of 78 credit hours. Students must complete 60 credit hours from the Environmental Studies Core and 18 credit hours from the Environmental Studies Electives.

8.1.1 Environmental Studies Core

Students must complete the following courses:

8.1.2 Environmental Studies Electives

Students must complete 18 credit hours from Environmental Studies electives, from which at least 6 credit hours must be at the 3000-or 4000-level, chosen in consultation with a faculty advisor as follows: