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7.2 School of Arts and Social Science

www.grenfell.mun.ca/school-of-arts-and-social-science

The School of Arts and Social Science offers the Bachelor of Arts Degree with majors in English Language and Literature, Historical Studies, Humanities, Psychology, Social/Cultural Studies, and Tourism Studies. A Bachelor of Business Administration and a Bachelor of Science with Major in Psychology are also available. Minors are available in Business, Canadian Studies, Classics, English, Folklore, French, Historical Studies, Humanities, Philosophy, Psychology, and Religious Studies and are outlined under Table 19 Minor Programs Offered by the School of Arts and Social Science. Students may choose the minor from Table 19 Minor Programs Offered by the School of Arts and Social Science, or from Table 5 Minor Program Offered by the School of Fine Arts, or from Table 12 Minor Programs Offered by the School of Science and the Environment. An Intensive English Program (IEP-G) and an Intensive English Bridge Program at Grenfell (IEBP-G) are also available.

Bachelor of Arts (Honours), Bachelor of Business Administration (Honours) and the Bachelor of Science (Honours) degree in Psychology are available.

7.2.1 Bachelor of Arts with Major in English Language and Literature

www.grenfell.mun.ca/english

  • The 120 credit hour, 40 course program may be completed on a full or part-time basis as set out under Table 1 Bachelor of Arts with Major in English Language and Literature.

  • A student must complete Core Program Requirements as outlined under Grenfell Campus Core Program Requirements.

  • A student must complete an approved concentration of courses known as a Major, an approved concentration of courses known as a Minor, and elective courses to make up the required total of 40 courses, 120 credit hours.

  • A student may not use the same course to satisfy the requirements for both a Major and a Minor.

  • As an alternative to a Minor, a second Major may be completed and students must meet all general and departmental or program regulations for both Majors.

  • A student may devise a Major/Minor of one's own choosing in close consultation with a faculty advisor and with approval of appropriate head(s). Such "open" programs must be approved by the Academic Studies Committee.

  • Any student enrolled in the Grenfell Campus Bachelor of Arts Degree with a Major in English who has completed the Bachelor of Fine Arts (Theatre) Degree at Grenfell Campus will be considered to have fulfilled the requirements for a Minor in Theatre.

Table 1 Bachelor of Arts with Major in English Language and Literature

Required Courses

Elective Courses

18 credit hours in one of the following concentrations. Within each concentration, there must be a minimum of 6 credit hours at the 3000 level and 6 credit hours at the 4000 level.

  • Dramatic Literature Concentration
  • English 2350, 2351, 4950 and 9 credit hours in Dramatic Literature from the following selection: English 3021, 3171, 3181, 3205 or 3206 (whichever course has not been used to fulfil the requirements of the English Core), 3275, 4302, 4305, 4307, 4308, 4316, 4317, 4836-44.
  • Combined Concentration
  • A total of 18 credit hours from English Concentration Courses which must include:
  • At least 6 credit hours from one of three concentrations (Canadian, Dramatic, Modern) as specified below and an English 4950 project within the area chosen:
  • Canadian Literature: 2146 and at least 3 additional credit hours in this concentration or
  • Dramatic Literature: 2350 or 2351 and at least 3 additional credit hours in this concentration or
  • Modern Literature: 3215 or 3216 and at least 3 additional credit hours in this concentration.
  • At least 3 credit hours from each of the other two concentrations.

Elective courses to make up the total of 120 credit hours, other than those required for the Grenfell Campus Core Program Requirement and Major/Minor requirements, may be chosen according to the following guidelines:

  • Any courses in arts, social science, science and fine arts and
  • Up to 15 credit hours in other subject areas.
7.2.2 Bachelor of Arts with Major in Historical Studies

www.grenfell.mun.ca/historical-studies

  • The 120 credit hour, 40 course program may be completed on a full or part-time basis as set out under Table 2 Bachelor of Arts with Major in Historical Studies.

  • A student must complete Core Program Requirements as outlined under Grenfell Campus Core Program Requirements.

  • A student must complete an approved concentration of courses known as a Major, an approved concentration of courses known as a Minor, and elective courses to make up the required total of 40 courses, 120 credit hours.

  • Applicable courses used to satisfy the Minor requirements may also be counted as Historical Studies credits.

  • As an alternative to a Minor, a second Major may be completed and students must meet all general and departmental or program regulations for both Majors.

  • A student may devise a Major/Minor of one's own choosing in close consultation with a faculty advisor and with approval of appropriate head(s). Such "open" programs must be approved by the Academic Studies Committee.

Table 2 Bachelor of Arts with Major in Historical Studies

Required Courses

Elective Courses

The Major consists of a minimum of 19 courses, 57 credit hours as follows:

Elective courses to make up the total of 120 credit hours, other than those required for the Grenfell Campus Core Program Requirement and Major/Minor requirements, may be chosen according to the following guidelines:

  • Any courses in arts, social science, science and fine arts and
  • Up to 15 credit hours in other subject areas.
7.2.3 Bachelor of Arts with Major in Humanities

www.grenfell.mun.ca/humanities

  • The 120 credit hour, 40 course program may be completed on a full or part-time basis as set out under Table 3 Bachelor of Arts with Major in Humanities.

  • A student must complete Core Program Requirements as outlined under Grenfell Campus Core Program Requirements.

  • A student must complete an approved concentration of courses known as a Major, an approved concentration of courses known as a Minor, and elective courses to make up the required total of 40 courses, 120 credit hours.

  • A student may not use the same course to satisfy the requirements for both a Major and a Minor.

  • As an alternative to a Minor, a second Major may be completed and students must meet all general and departmental or program regulations for both Majors.

  • A student may devise a Major/Minor of one's own choosing in close consultation with a faculty advisor and with approval of appropriate head(s). Such "open" programs must be approved by the Academic Studies Committee.

Table 3 Bachelor of Arts with Major in Humanities

Required Courses

Elective Courses

Courses as outlined under Grenfell Campus Core Program Requirements, Breadth of Knowledge Requirement, Literacy Requirement, and Quantitative Reasoning and Analysis Requirement

  • The Major consists of 15 courses, 45 credit hours as follows:
  • 36 credit hours (Humanities 1001, 1002, 2000, 2001, 2002, 2010, 3001, 3002, 3010, 4001, 4010, 4950
  • either 3 credit hours in other Humanities courses plus 6 credit hours in a language other than English, or 9 credit hours in other Humanities courses

Elective courses to make up the total of 120 credit hours, other than those required for the Grenfell Campus Core Program Requirement and Major/Minor requirements, may be chosen according to the following guidelines:

  • Any courses in arts, social science, science and fine arts and
  • Up to 15 credit hours in other subject areas.

7.2.4 Bachelor of Arts with Major in Psychology

www.grenfell.mun.ca/psychology

  • The 120 credit hour, 40 course program may be completed on a full or part-time basis as set out under Table 4 Bachelor of Arts with Major in Psychology.

  • A student must complete Core Program Requirements as outlined under Grenfell Campus Core Program Requirements.

  • A student must complete an approved concentration of courses known as a Major, an approved concentration of courses known as a Minor, and elective courses to make up the required total of 40 courses, 120 credit hours.

  • A student may not use the same course to satisfy the requirements for both a Major and a Minor.

  • As an alternative to a Minor, a second Major may be completed and students must meet all general and departmental or program regulations for both Majors.

  • A student may devise a Major/Minor of one's own choosing in close consultation with a faculty advisor and with approval of appropriate head(s). Such "open" programs must be approved by the Academic Studies Committee.

  • Students completing this program cannot receive credit for Psychology 2920.

Table 4 Bachelor of Arts with Major in Psychology

Required Courses

Elective Courses

Courses as outlined under Grenfell Campus Core Program Requirements, Breadth of Knowledge Requirement, Literacy Requirement, and Quantitative Reasoning and Analysis Requirement

Elective courses to make up the total of 120 credit hours, other than those required for the Grenfell Campus Core Program Requirement and Major/Minor requirements, may be chosen according to the following guidelines:

  • Any courses in arts, social science, science and fine arts and
  • Up to 15 credit hours in other subject areas.
7.2.5 Bachelor of Arts with Major in Social/Cultural Studies

www.grenfell.mun.ca/social-cultural-studies

Table 5 Bachelor of Arts with Major in Social/Cultural Studies

Required Courses

Elective Courses

Courses as outlined under Grenfell Campus Core Program Requirements, Breadth of Knowledge Requirement, Literacy Requirement, and Quantitative Reasoning and Analysis Requirement

Elective courses to make up the total of 120 credit hours, other than those required for the core program and Major/Minor requirements, may be chosen according to the following guidelines:

  • Any courses in arts, social science, science and fine arts
  • Up to 15 credit hours in other subject areas.
  • 72 credit hours as follows:
  • Anthropology 1031, 2410, and an additional 9 credit hours in Anthropology
  • Folklore 1000, 2100, and an additional 9 credit hours in Folklore
  • History 1100, 1101
  • Social/Cultural Studies 2000, 4000, 4100, 4950
  • Sociology 1000, 3040, 3150, and an additional 6 credit hours in Sociology
  • 9 credit hours at the 3000 or 4000 level chosen from Anthropology, Folklore, Sociology, or Social/Cultural Studies
7.2.6 Bachelor of Arts with Major in Tourism Studies
  • The Major consists of a Tourism core which provides a broad appreciation of the implications of tourism activity in the context of social, cultural and physical environments.

  • The 120 credit hour, 40 course program may be completed on a full or part-time basis as set out under Table 6 Bachelor of Arts with Major in Tourism Studies.

  • A student must complete Core Program Requirements as outlined under Grenfell Campus Core Program Requirements.

  • A student must complete an approved concentration of courses known as a Major, an approved concentration of courses known as a Minor, and elective courses to make up the required total of 40 courses, 120 credit hours.

  • A student may not use the same course to satisfy the requirements for both a Major and a Minor.

  • As an alternative to a Minor, a second Major may be completed and students must meet all general and departmental or program regulations for both Majors.

  • A student may devise a Major/Minor of one's own choosing in close consultation with a faculty advisor and with approval of appropriate head(s). Such "open" programs must be approved by the Academic Studies Committee.

Table 6 Bachelor of Arts with Major in Tourism Studies

Required Courses

Elective Courses

Courses as outlined under Grenfell Campus Core Program Requirements, Breadth of Knowledge Requirement, Literacy Requirement, and Quantitative Reasoning and Analysis Requirement

Courses to make up the total of 120 credit hours, other than those required for the core program. Of these courses, not more than 6 credit hours shall be from courses in the Tourism Studies program.

  • 60 credit hours as follows:
  • French 1501 and 1502
  • Economics 1010 (or the former 2010) and 1020 (or the former 2020)
  • Business 1010
  • 3 credit hours chosen from Geography 3222, Psychology 2925, Sociology 3040, Statistics 2500, Statistics 2550
  • 33 credit hours in Tourism consisting of Tourism Studies 1000, 1100, 2000, 2201, 3100, 3240, 3800, 3900, 4010, 3 credit hours from 4900-4910, and 4950.
  • 3 additional credit hours in Tourism Studies electives taken at the 2000 level.
  • 6 additional credit hours in Tourism Studies electives taken at the 3000 or 4000 levels.
  • a minimum of 24 credit hours in an approved minor concentration area other than that of the Major
7.2.6.1 Articulation Agreement - Bachelor of Arts with Major in Tourism Studies for Graduates of the Two-Year Adventure Tourism Diploma Program Offered by the College of the North Atlantic
Table 7 Bachelor of Arts with Major in Tourism Studies for Graduates of the Two-Year Adventure Tourism Diploma Program Offered by the College of the North Atlantic

Required Courses

Elective Courses

  • 66 credit hours as follows:
  • English 1000 and 1001
  • French 1501 and 1502
  • 3 credit hours chosen from Geography 3222, Psychology 2925, Sociology 3040, Statistics 2500, Statistics 2550
  • 21 credit hours in Tourism Studies as follows: Tourism 1000, 1100, 3240, 3900, 4010, 3 credit hours from 4900-4910, and 4950
  • 24 credit hours in Minor program

6 credit hours in electives. When selecting courses for minor or electives, students must select 6 credit hours in Designated Writing Courses, as indicated under Grenfell Campus Core Program Requirements

7.2.6.2 Articulation Agreement - Bachelor of Arts with Major in Tourism Studies for Graduates of the Two-Year Hospitality Management Diploma Program Offered by the College of the North Atlantic
Table 8 Bachelor of Arts with Major in Tourism Studies for Graduates of the Two-Year Hospitality Management Diploma Program Offered by the College of the North Atlantic

Required Courses

Elective Courses

  • 75 credit hours as follows:
  • English 1000 and 1001
  • French 1501 and 1502
  • Economics 1010 (or the former 2010) and 1020 (or the former 2020)
  • 3 credit hours chosen from Geography 3222, Psychology 2925, Sociology 3040, Statistics 2500, Statistics 2550
  • 24 credit hours in Tourism Studies as follows: Tourism 1100, 2000, 3100, 3240, 3900, 4010, 3 credit hours from 4900-4910, and 4950
  • 24 credit hours in Minor program

6 credit hours in electives

When selecting courses for minor or electives, students must select 6 credit hours from Breadth of Knowledge Requirement, Group C as indicated under Grenfell Campus Core Program Requirements

7.2.6.3 Advanced Diploma in Tourism Studies
  • The Advanced Diploma in Tourism Studies is designed for individuals already possessing a post-secondary diploma or degree in any relevant field who wish to acquire the knowledge and skills required to work in today's tourism industries. The program will benefit individuals from a wide variety of backgrounds including, Business, Environmental Science, Environmental Studies, Fine Arts, Historical Studies, Social/Cultural Studies, and Sustainable Resource Management (proposed).

  • Students who wish to undertake the Advanced Diploma in Tourism Studies must have completed a post-secondary diploma or degree in any field, or possess at least five years of full-time, relevant work experience or equivalent. Application is made in the space provided on the Change of Academic Program Form, which must then be approved by the Chair of the Tourism Studies Program. Admission into this program is limited and competitive.

  • The Advanced Diploma in Tourism Studies require 30 credit hours as outlined under Table 9 Advanced Diploma in Tourism Studies.

  • Prerequisites for all Tourism courses may be waived after consultation with, and permission of, the Chair of the Tourism Studies program.

Table 9 Advanced Diploma in Tourism Studies
  • 30 credit hours as follows:
  • Tourism 1000, 1100, 2000, 3100, 3900
  • 12 credit hours chosen from a 2000-level or 3000-level Tourism elective
  • 3 credit hours chosen from a 4000-level Tourism course
7.2.7 Bachelor of Business Administration

www.grenfell.mun.ca/business

  • The Bachelor of Business Administration requires a total of 120 credit hours as outlined under Table 10 Bachelor of Business Administration and may be completed on a full or part-time basis. Students must achieve a grade point average of at least 2.5 and an average of at least 60% on those 120 credit hours.

  • Students enrolled in the Bachelor of Business Administration program are not required to complete minor programs; however, students may choose to pursue a minor in other non-business academic units (where minor programs exist) with permission of that academic unit.

  • Students are advised to refer to the requirements for the chosen Minor program as set forth in the University Calendar, and it is recommended that students seek academic advice when planning their program.

    Table 10 Bachelor of Business Administration

    Term

    Required Courses

    Elective Courses

    • Year 1
    • BUSN 1010
    • BUSN 1020
    • Economics 1010 (or the former 2010)
    • Economics 1020 (or the former 2020)
    • 6 credit hours in first-year English (students are strongly encouraged to take English 1110)
    • Mathematics 1000 or Mathematics 1052

    9 credit hours selected from Electives below

    • Year 2

    6 credit hours selected from Electives below

    • Year 3

    12 credit hours selected from Electives below

    • Year 4

    21 credit hours selected from Electives below

    • Electives
    • a minimum of 15 credit hours but no more than 24 credit hours shall be chosen from Table 11 Business Electives. These credit hours may be completed in any semester or year of the program.
    • a minimum of 24 credit hours but no more than 33 credit hours, other than those listed in Table 11 Business Electives, may be chosen to make up the total of 120 credit hours required for the degree. These credit hours shall be completed in any semester or year of the program.
    Table 11 Business Electives

    BUSN 2320

    BUSN 4030

    BUSN 5040

    Economics 4550

    BUSN 2500

    BUSN 4060

    BUSN 5050

    Environmental Studies 3000

    BUSN 3060

    BUSN 4080

    Computer Science 1600

    Environmental Studies 3001

    BUSN 3100

    BUSN 4120

    Computer Science 1700

    Environmental Studies 3085

    BUSN 3110

    BUSN 4130

    Economics 2550

    Environmental Studies 4000

    BUSN 3120

    BUSN 4210

    Economics 3000

    Mathematics 2090

    BUSN 3220

    BUSN 4230

    Economics 3001

    Political Science 2200

    BUSN 3230

    BUSN 4310

    Economics 3010

    Political Science 2600

    BUSN 3240

    BUSN 4510

    Economics 3011

    Political Science 2800

    BUSN 3320

    BUSN 4610

    Economics 3030

    Political Science 3550

    BUSN 3510

    BUSN 4660

    Economics 3080

    Political Science 3731

    BUSN 3610

    BUSN 4800-4850

    Economics 3085

    Sociology 2120

    BUSN 3620

    BUSN 5010

    Economics 3150

    Sustainable Resource Management 4003

    BUSN 3800-3850

    BUSN 5020

    Economics 3160

    BUSN 4020

    BUSN 5030

    Economics 3550

7.2.7.1 Articulation Agreement - Bachelor of Business Administration for Graduates of the Two-Year Business Administration (Accounting) Diploma Program Offered by the College of the North Atlantic
  • Students who have graduated from the two-year Business Administration (Accounting) diploma program offered by the College of the North Atlantic and who are entering the Grenfell Campus Bachelor of Business Administration program must have a minimum average of 65% in the diploma and will be awarded 60 credit hours of transfer credit applicable to the 120 credit hour degree program. The program may be completed on a full or part-time basis.

  • Students will be required to complete an additional 60 credit hours for the Grenfell Campus Bachelor of Business Administration program as outlined under Table 12 Bachelor of Business Administration for Graduates of the Two-Year Business Administration (Accounting) Diploma Program Offered by the College of the North Atlantic.

    Table 12 Bachelor of Business Administration for Graduates of the Two-Year Business Administration (Accounting) Diploma Program Offered by the College of the North Atlantic

    Term

    Required Courses

    Elective Courses

    Year 1

    • BUSN 2300
    • BUSN 2310
    • BUSN 3500
    • BUSN 3600
    • Economics 1020 (or the former 2020)
    • 3 credit hours in first-year English (students are strongly encouraged to take English 1110)
    • Mathematics 1000 or Mathematics 1052

    9 credit hours selected from Electives below

    Year 2

    15 credit hours selected from Electives below

7.2.7.2 Articulation Agreement - Bachelor of Business Administration for Graduates of the Two-Year Business Administration (Human Resource Management) Diploma Program Offered by the College of the North Atlantic
  • Students who have graduated from the two-year Business Administration (Human Resource Management) diploma program offered by College of the North Atlantic and who are entering Grenfell Campus Bachelor of Business Administration program must have a minimum average of 65% in the diploma and will be awarded 60 credit hours of transfer credit applicable to the 120 credit hour degree program. The program may be completed on a full or part-time basis.

  • Students will be required to complete an additional 60 credit hours for the Grenfell Campus Bachelor of Business Administration program as outlined under Table 13 Bachelor of Business Administration for Graduates of the Two-Year Business Administration (Human Resource Management) Diploma Program Offered by the College of the North Atlantic.

    Table 13 Bachelor of Business Administration for Graduates of the Two-Year Business Administration (Human Resource Management) Diploma Program Offered by the College of the North Atlantic

    Term

    Required Courses

    Elective Courses

    • Year 1
    • BUSN 2110
    • BUSN 2310
    • BUSN 3500
    • BUSN 3600
    • Economics 1020 (or the former 2020)
    • 3 credit hours in first-year English (students are strongly encouraged to take English 1110)
    • Mathematics 1000 or Mathematics 1052

    9 credit hours selected from Electives below

    • Year 2

    15 credit hours selected from Electives below

7.2.7.3 Articulation Agreement - Bachelor of Business Administration for Graduates of the Two-Year Business Administration (Marketing) Diploma Program Offered by the College of the North Atlantic
  • Students who have graduated from the two-year Business Administration (Marketing) diploma program offered by the College of the North Atlantic and who are entering the Grenfell Campus Bachelor of Business Administration program must have a minimum average of 65% in the diploma and will be awarded 60 credit hours of transfer credit applicable to the 120 credit hour degree program. The program may be completed on a full or part-time basis.

  • Students will be required to complete an additional 60 credit hours for the Grenfell Campus Bachelor of Business Administration program as outlined under Table 14 Bachelor of Business Administration for Graduates of the Two-Year Business Administration (Marketing) Diploma Program Offered by the College of the North Atlantic.

    Table 14 Bachelor of Business Administration for Graduates of the Two-Year Business Administration (Marketing) Diploma Program Offered by the College of the North Atlantic

    Term

    Required Courses

    Elective Courses

    • Year 1
    • BUSN 2110
    • BUSN 2300
    • BUSN 2310
    • BUSN 3500
    • BUSN 3600
    • 3 credit hours in first-year English (students are strongly encouraged to take English 1110)
    • Mathematics 1000 or Mathematics 1052

    9 credit hours selected from Electives below

    • Year 2

    15 credit hours selected from Electives below

7.2.7.4 Bachelor of Business Administration for Graduates of the Two-Year Business Administration (General) Diploma Program Offered by the College of the North Atlantic
  • Students who have graduated from the two-year Business Administration (General) diploma program offered by the College of the North Atlantic and who are seeking entry into the Bachelor of Business Administration program must have a minimum of 65% in the diploma and will be required to complete a minimum of 60 additional credit hours towards the 120 credit Grenfell Campus Bachelor of Business Administration program. The remaining 60 credit hours and specific course requirements will be determined on an individual basis at the time of admission. The program may be completed on a full or part-time basis.

7.2.7.5 Articulation Agreement - Bachelor of Business Administration for Graduates of the Three-Year Business Management (Accounting) Diploma Program Offered by the College of the North Atlantic
  • Students who have graduated from the three-year Business Management (Accounting) diploma program offered by the College of the North Atlantic and who are entering the Grenfell Campus Bachelor of Business Administration program must have a minimum average of 65% in the diploma and will be awarded 75 credit hours of transfer credit applicable to the 120 credit hour degree program. The program may be completed on a full or part-time basis.

  • Students will be required to complete an additional 45 credit hours for the Grenfell Campus Bachelor of Business Administration program as outlined under Table 15 Bachelor of Business Administration for Graduates of the Three-Year Business Management (Accounting) Diploma Program Offered by the College of the North Atlantic.

    Table 15 Bachelor of Business Administration for Graduates of the Three-Year Business Management (Accounting) Diploma Program Offered by the College of the North Atlantic

    Term

    Required Courses

    Elective Courses

    Fall

    • BUSN 3500
    • BUSN 4010
    • 3 credit hours in first-year English
    • Mathematics 1000 or Mathematics 1052

    3 credit hours selected from Electives below

    Winter

    BUSN 4040

    12 credit hours selected from Electives below

    Spring

    6 credit hours selected from Electives below

7.2.7.6 Articulation Agreement - Bachelor of Business Administration for Graduates of the Three-Year Business Management (Human Resource Management) Diploma Program Offered by the College of the North Atlantic
  • Students who have graduated from the three-year Business Management (Human Resource Management) diploma program offered by the College of the North Atlantic and who are entering the Grenfell Campus Bachelor of Business Administration program must have a minimum average of 65% in the diploma and will be awarded 75 credit hours of transfer credit applicable to the 120 credit hour degree program. The program may be completed on a full or part-time basis.

  • Students will be required to complete an additional 45 credit hours for the Grenfell Campus Bachelor of Business Administration program as outlined under Table 16 Bachelor of Business Administration for Graduates of the Three-Year Business Management (Human Resource Management) Diploma Program Offered by the College of the North Atlantic.

    Table 16 Bachelor of Business Administration for Graduates of the Three-Year Business Management (Human Resource Management) Diploma Program Offered by the College of the North Atlantic

    Term

    Required Courses

    Elective Courses

    Fall

    • BUSN 3500
    • BUSN 4010
    • Economics 1020 (or the former 2020)
    • 3 credit hours in first-year English
    • Mathematics 1000 or Mathematics 1052

    Winter

    • 6 credit hours selected from Electives below

    Spring

    • 6 credit hours selected from Electives below
    • Electives
    • 12 credit hours other than those listed in Table 11 Business Electives which may be completed in any semester or year of the program
7.2.7.7 Articulation Agreement - Bachelor of Business Administration for Graduates of the Three-Year Business Management (Marketing) Diploma Program Offered by the College of the North Atlantic
  • Students who have graduated from the three-year Business Management (Marketing) diploma program offered by the College of the North Atlantic and who are entering the Grenfell Campus Bachelor of Business Administration program must have a minimum average of 65% in the diploma and will be awarded 75 credit hours of transfer credit applicable to the 120 credit hour degree program. The program may be completed on a full or part-time basis.

  • Students will be required to complete an additional 45 credit hours for the Grenfell Campus Bachelor of Business Administration program as outlined under Table 17 Bachelor of Business Administration for Graduates of the Three-Year Business Management (Marketing) Diploma Program Offered by the College of the North Atlantic.

    Table 17 Bachelor of Business Administration for Graduates of the Three-Year Business Management (Marketing) Diploma Program Offered by the College of the North Atlantic

    Term

    Required Courses

    Elective Courses

    Fall

    • BUSN 3500
    • BUSN 4010
    • 3 credit hours in first-year English
    • Mathematics 1000 or Mathematics 1052

    3 credit hours selected from Electives below

    Winter

    6 credit hours selected from Electives below

    Spring

    6 credit hours selected from Electives below

7.2.8 Bachelor of Education (Primary/Elementary) as a Second Degree

www.grenfell.mun.ca/education

Information regarding program requirements for the Bachelor of Education (Primary/Elementary) as a Second Degree is located at Faculty of Education, Program Regulations, Bachelor of Education (Primary/Elementary) as a Second Degree.

7.2.9 Bachelor of Science with Major in Psychology

www.grenfell.mun.ca/psychology

  • The 120 credit hour, 40 course program may be completed on a full or part-time basis as set out under Table 18 Bachelor of Science with Major in Psychology.

  • A student must complete Core Program Requirements as outlined under Grenfell Campus Core Program Requirements.

  • A student must complete an approved concentration of courses known as a Major and elective courses to make up the required total of 40 courses, 120 credit hours. A Minor is not required for this program.

  • Students completing this program cannot receive credit for Psychology 2920.

Table 18 Bachelor of Science with Major in Psychology

Required Courses

Elective Courses

Courses as outlined under Grenfell Campus Core Program Requirements, Breadth of Knowledge Requirement, Literacy Requirement, and Quantitative Reasoning and Analysis Requirement

Elective courses to make up the total of 120 credit hours, other than those required for the Grenfell Campus Core Program Requirement and Major/Minor requirements, may be chosen according to the following guidelines:

  • Any courses in arts, social science, science and fine arts and
  • Up to 15 credit hours in other subject areas.
  • 36 credit hours as follows:
  • 6 credit hours in Mathematics, which must include Mathematics 1000
  • Biology 1001 and 1002
  • Chemistry 1200 and 1001 or Physics 1020 (or 1050) and 1021 (or 1051)
  • 9 credit hours at the 2000 level or above (two courses must be laboratory courses) in one of the following subjects: Biochemistry, Biology, Chemistry, Earth Science, Environmental Science, Physics
  • 9 additional credit hours chosen in any combination from the following subjects: Biochemistry, Biology, Chemistry, Computer Science, Earth Science, Environmental Science, Mathematics, Physics, Statistics
7.2.10 Intensive English Program at Grenfell (IEP-G)

www.grenfell.mun.ca/esl

  • The 12 week, full-time, non-credit program may be offered at the intermediate level in each of the Fall, Winter, and Spring semesters.

  • Full participation is an essential part of the language learning process in this program. For this reason regular attendance is required. No more than 10% of instructional days may be missed without documented reasons that are acceptable to the Coordinator of English as a Second Language programs. Students who fail to meet the minimum attendance requirements may not be permitted to re-enroll in the IEP in the following semester.

  • Evaluation of students may include, but not be limited to, any or all of the following: projects, assignments, quizzes, oral presentations, and class participation.

7.2.10.1 Program of Study
  1. The IEP-G may be offered at the intermediate level in each of the Fall, Winter, and Spring terms.

  2. A student admitted to the IEP-G must register for the course English as a Second Language 013F.

7.2.11 Intensive English Bridge Program at Grenfell (IEBP-G)

www.grenfell.mun.ca/esl

  • The program is offered at two levels, IEBP-G Level 1 and IEBP-G Level 2 and requires fifteen to twenty hours of classroom language instruction in reading, writing, speaking, grammar, vocabulary and listening. The emphasis is on English for academic purposes.

  • A student in this program may register concurrently for one undergraduate credit course at IEBP-G Level 1 or two undergraduate credit courses at IEBP-G Level 2, in consultation with the Coordinator of English as a Second Language programs and with the approval of the academic unit. The number of semesters of intensive English study required to achieve a student’s desired level of proficiency will vary according to his or her initial proficiency level and individual progress rate.

  • The Intensive English Bridge Program is intended for applicants to Memorial University of Newfoundland who have been provisionally admitted as undergraduate students, and who are students of high intermediate or advanced proficiency who meet the criteria outlined in Admission.

  • Final admission for provisionally admitted students will be subject to the regulations governing English language proficiency requirements for admission/readmission to the University as described in the University Calendar under UNIVERSITY REGULATIONS, English Language Proficiency Requirements.

7.2.11.1 Program of Study
  1. A student admitted to the Intensive English Bridge Program must register for the course English as a Second Language 014F (level 1) or 015F (level 2).

  2. A student in this program may normally register for no more than one credit course at IEBP-G Level 1 and no more than two credit courses at IEBP-G Level 2, chosen in consultation with the Coordinator of the English as a Second Language Program, and with approval of the academic unit.

  3. A student may register in each level of the Intensive English Bridge Program for a maximum of two semesters.

  4. Full participation is an essential part of the language learning process in this program. For this reason regular attendance is required. No more than 10% of instructional days may be missed without documented reasons that are acceptable to the Coordinator of English as a Second Language programs. A student who fails to meet the minimum attendance requirements may not be permitted to re-enroll in the IEBP-G in the following semester.

7.2.12 Minor Programs Offered by the School of Arts and Social Science

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The School of Arts and Social Science offers minors comprised of 8 courses, 24 credit hours as outlined under Table 19 Minor Programs Offered by the School of Arts and Social Science. In addition to the minors below, students for the Bachelor of Arts degree may complete a minor offered by the School of Fine Arts or the School of Science and the Environment.

Table 19 Minor Programs Offered by the School of Arts and Social Science
  • Business Minor
  • Business 1010, 1020
  • 9 credit hours in Business courses from the Grenfell Campus offerings at the 2000-level
  • 9 credit hours in Business courses from the Grenfell Campus offerings at the 3000-level or above
  • Canadian Studies Minor
  • 15 credit hours chosen from at least four different disciplines:
  • English 2146, English 2156
  • French 1502, French 2601, French 2602
  • History 2200, History 2210
  • Political Science 1010, Political Science 2710, Political Science 2711
  • Sociology/Anthropology 2240
  • Philosophy Minor
  • Philosophy 1200, 1600, 2210, 2551, 2561
  • 9 additional credit hours in Philosophy, of which at least 3 credit hours must be at the 3000- or 4000-level
  • Classics Minor
  • Classics 1100 and 1200
  • Classics 2035 and 2040
  • 3 credit hours at the 3000 level
  • 9 additional credit hours in Classics
  • Psychology Minor
  • Psychology 1000, 1001
  • 18 credit hours in Psychology at the 2000 level or above
  • English Minor
  • 6 credit hours at 1000 level in English
  • 6 credit hours from English 2005, 2006 and 2007
  • 3 credit hours from English 3205 or 3206
  • 9 additional credit hours in English electives; 3 credit hours must be chosen from courses having an initial digit "3" or "4"
  • Religious Studies Minor
  • 24 credit hours in Religious Studies with no more than 6 credit hours at 1000 level and at least 9 credit hours at 3000 level or above.
  • Social/Cultural Studies Minor
  • Anthropology 1031, Folklore 1000, Sociology 1000
  • Anthropology 2410 or Sociology 3150
  • Folklore 2100 or Sociology 3040
  • 3 additional credit hours in each of Anthropology, Folklore, and Sociology
  • French Minor
  • No more than 6 credit hours at the 1000 level and no more than 6 transfer credits may be used to fulfill the minimum requirement of the minor in French.
  • French 2100 and 2101
  • French 3100 or French 3101
  • 15 additional credit hours in French
  • Sociology Minor
  • Sociology 1000, 3040, 3150
  • 15 credit hours in Sociology; at least 6 credit hours must be at the 3000 or 4000 level
  • Historical Studies Minor
  • History 1100 and 1101
  • History 3840
  • 3 credit hours at 3000 level in History
  • 3 credit hours at 4000 level in History
  • additional 9 credit hours in History
  • Tourism Studies Minor
  • Tourism 1000, 1100, 2000, 3100, 3900
  • 3 credit hours chosen from a 2000-level or 3000-level Tourism elective
  • 3 credit hours chosen from a 4000-level Tourism course
  • 3 credit hours chosen from Geography 3222, Psychology 2925, Sociology 3040, Statistics 2500, Statistics 2550.

Students for the Bachelor of Arts and Bachelor of Science degrees offered by the School of Arts and Social Science may complete a minor offered by the School of Arts and Social Science, the School of Fine Arts, or the School of Science and the Environment. See Table 19 Minor Programs Offered by the School of Arts and Social Science, or from Table 5 Minor Program Offered by the School of Fine Arts, or from Table 12 Minor Programs Offered by the School of Science and the Environment.