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  1. 8.12.3 Declaring the Certificate in Public Policy
    In: Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences - 8 Certificate Programs - 8.12 Certificate in Public Policy
    Students interested in a Certificate in Public Policy are first encouraged to consult with the Program Director to discuss the requirements of the program. After consultation with the Program Director, students wishing to enroll in the certificate can declare a Certificate in Public Policy by contacting the Office of the Registrar. Information about declaring a program of study in the Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences is available at www.mun.ca/hss/programs/undergraduate/ideclare.php.

  2. 8.12.4 Regulations for the Certificate in Public Policy
    In: Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences - 8 Certificate Programs - 8.12 Certificate in Public Policy
    Not all courses are offered every semester. Students are strongly advised to consult with the Program Director for assistance with course planning, and to generally follow Table 4 Suggested Course Sequencing for the Certificate in Public Policy. ... 3000-level International Governance Courses (successfully complete at least 1) ... Geography 1050 (required), 2302 (required)

  3. 13.1.1 Dean's List Procedure and Criteria
    In: Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences - 13 Dean's List and Dean's Award for Exemplary Co-op Performance - 13.1 Dean's List General Information
    Courses identified as “TR” (transfer) on a Memorial University of Newfoundland transcript are not eligible for consideration unless obtained through Memorial Abroad or Field school Programs. Regardless of a student’s program of study, a recommended planning process is outlined at International Study Option and/or in the student’s Major program.

  4. 13.3.1 Deanís Award for Exemplary Co-op Performance Procedure and Criteria
    In: Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences - 13 Dean's List and Dean's Award for Exemplary Co-op Performance - 13.3 Deanís Award for Exemplary Co-op Performance General Information
    All full-time students who have declared a Major or Honours co-operative education program in the Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences are eligible and will be automatically considered. ... 13.3.1 Dean’s Award for Exemplary Co-op Performance Procedure and Criteria ... A maximum of 10 percent of students in co-operative education programs in the Faculty shall be eligible.

  5. 15.1.2 Bachelor of Arts Degree Requirements
    In: Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences - 15 Programs and Regulations - 15.1 Anthropology
    The Bachelor of Arts requires the successful completion of a minimum of 120 credit hours. A student must meet the requirements for a departmental Major, Minor, or Honours program and also meet the Program Regulations – General and Honours Degrees for the Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences. A student is therefore advised to consult with the Admission to the Bachelor of Arts General Degree Programs regulations, the Program Regulations - General and Honours Degrees which also includes the Bachelor of Arts General Degree Components, The Major Program, and The Minor Program regulations. Information regarding honours programs is available at Bachelor of Arts (Honours) Degree Regulations as well as under each department’s regulations.

  6. 15.1.4 Honours Degree
    In: Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences - 15 Programs and Regulations - 15.1 Anthropology
    Honours students are required to complete 60 credit hours in Anthropology following the requirements of the Major. In addition, students must include Anthropology 4994 and 4995. Thirty-six of the 60 credit hours must be at the 3000 or 4000 level. Students must also meet the requirements of the Program Regulations - General and Honours Degrees. ... Admission: see Bachelor of Arts (Honours) Degree Regulations.

  7. 15.1.6 Regulations for the International Bachelor of Arts (iBA)
    In: Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences - 15 Programs and Regulations - 15.1 Anthropology
    In addition to completing the normal requirements for a Bachelor of Arts and one of a Joint Honours, Honours, Major or Minor in Anthropology, students may elect to complete requirements for the International Bachelor of Arts (iBA). As part of the minimum 120 credit hours, a student may use eligible credit hours in Anthropology to jointly satisfy other requirements of the iBA degree. When selecting courses, a student is encouraged to consult with an academic advisor early in the program, to consider Table 2 Possible Course Sequencing for the International Bachelor of Arts (iBA) (First 60 Credit Hours), and to consider Anthropology courses listed in Table 3 International Studies (IS) Designated Courses. Up to 12 credit hours in Anthropology IS courses may be used towards the International Studies (IS) Courses Requirement.

  8. 15.1.7 Certificate in Food Studies
    In: Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences - 15 Programs and Regulations - 15.1 Anthropology
    The Department of Anthropology administers the Certificate in Food Studies. Credit hours in Anthropology may be eligible to jointly fulfill requirements of a degree and a certificate. For further information about this program, see Certificate Programs Offered in the Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences, or contact the Program Director.

  9. 15.2.2 Bachelor of Arts Degree Requirements
    In: Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences - 15 Programs and Regulations - 15.2 Archaeology
    The Bachelor of Arts requires the successful completion of a minimum of 120 credit hours. A student must meet the requirements for a departmental Major, Minor, or Honours program and also meet the Program Regulations – General and Honours Degrees for the Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences. A student is therefore advised to consult with the Admission to the Bachelor of Arts General Degree Programs regulations, the Program Regulations - General and Honours Degrees which also includes the Bachelor of Arts General Degree Components, The Major Program, and The Minor Program regulations. Information regarding honours programs is available at Bachelor of Arts (Honours) Degree Regulations as well as under each department’s regulations.

  10. 15.2.4 Honours Degree
    In: Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences - 15 Programs and Regulations - 15.2 Archaeology
    Students intending an Honours program are required to be majors and must complete 60 credit hours in Archaeology, at least 36 of which must be at the 3000 level or above including Archaeology 4994 and Archaeology 4995 (or the former Archaeology 4996). ARCH 1001 or ARCH 1005 is a recommended choice. Students must also meet the Regulations for the General Degree of Bachelor of Arts, and Regulations for the Honours Degree of Bachelor of Arts. Students are strongly advised to consult with the Archaeology Undergraduate Liaison and Honours Supervisor for assistance with planning their academic program.

  11. 15.2.6 Major in Archaeology (Co-operative)
    In: Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences - 15 Programs and Regulations - 15.2 Archaeology
    Students who participate in the ACE program must meet the requirements listed under the Regulations for the General Degree of Bachelor of Arts and First Courses above. In addition, the ACE Program requires two work term courses, 300W and 400W, as described in Work Terms. ... The Major in Archaeology (Co-operative) Education (ACE) allows Archaeology students to apply skills in a variety of settings. The program is available to full-time Archaeology majors only.

  12. 15.2.8 Regulations for the International Bachelor of Arts (iBA)
    In: Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences - 15 Programs and Regulations - 15.2 Archaeology
    In addition to completing the normal requirements for a Bachelor of Arts and one of a Joint Honours, Honours, Major or Minor in Archaeology, students may elect to complete requirements for the International Bachelor of Arts (iBA). As part of the minimum 120 credit hours, a student may use eligible credit hours in Archaeology to jointly satisfy other requirements of the iBA degree. When selecting courses, a student is encouraged to consult with an academic advisor early in the program and to consider Table 1 Possible Course Sequencing for the First 45 credit hours of the Bachelor of Arts.

  13. 15.2.9 Diploma in Ancient Worlds
    In: Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences - 15 Programs and Regulations - 15.2 Archaeology
    The Department of Archaeology administers the Diploma in Ancient Worlds. Credit hours in Archaeology may be eligible to jointly fulfill requirements of a degree and a diploma and/or a certificate. For further information about this program, see Diploma Programs Offered in the Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences, or contact the Program Director.

  14. 15.2.10 Certificate in Indigenous Studies
    In: Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences - 15 Programs and Regulations - 15.2 Archaeology
    The Department of Archaeology administers the Certificate in Indigenous Studies. Credit hours in Archaeology may be eligible to jointly fulfill requirements of a degree and a certificate. For further information about this program, see Certificate Programs Offered in the Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences, or contact the Program Director.

  15. 15.3.2 Bachelor of Arts Degree Requirements
    In: Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences - 15 Programs and Regulations - 15.3 Classics
    The Bachelor of Arts requires the successful completion of a minimum of 120 credit hours. A student must meet the requirements for a departmental Major, Minor, or Honours program and also meet the Program Regulations – General and Honours Degrees for the Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences. A student is therefore advised to consult with the Admission to the Bachelor of Arts General Degree Programs regulations, the Program Regulations - General and Honours Degrees which also includes the Bachelor of Arts General Degree Components, The Major Program, and The Minor Program regulations. Information regarding honours programs is available at Bachelor of Arts (Honours) Degree Regulations as well as under each department’s regulations.

  16. 15.3.4 Honours Degree
    In: Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences - 15 Programs and Regulations - 15.3 Classics
    Students for Honours in Classics are advised to choose their program in consultation with the Department.

  17. 15.3.5 Regulations for the International Bachelor of Arts (iBA)
    In: Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences - 15 Programs and Regulations - 15.3 Classics
    In addition to completing the normal requirements for a Bachelor of Arts and one of a Joint Honours, Honours, Major or Minor in Classics, students may elect to complete requirements for the International Bachelor of Arts (iBA). As part of the minimum 120 credit hours, a student may use eligible credit hours in Classics to jointly satisfy other requirements of the iBA degree. When selecting courses, a student is encouraged to consult with an academic advisor early in the program and to consider Table 1 Possible Course Sequencing for the First 45 credit hours of the Bachelor of Arts.

  18. 15.3.6 Certificate in Ancient Languages
    In: Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences - 15 Programs and Regulations - 15.3 Classics
    The Department of Classics administers the Certificate in Ancient Languages. Credit hours in Classics may be eligible to jointly fulfill requirements of a degree and a certificate. For further information about this program, see Certificate Programs Offered in the Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences, or contact the Program Director.

  19. 15.3.7 Certificate in History and Philosophy of Science and Technology
    In: Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences - 15 Programs and Regulations - 15.3 Classics
    The Departments of Classics, History, and Philosophy jointly administer the Certificate in History and Philosophy of Science and Technology. Credit hours in Classics may be eligible to jointly fulfill requirements of a degree and a certificate. For further information about this program, see Certificate Programs, Certificate in History and Philosophy of Science and Technology, or contact the Program Director.

  20. 15.5.1 Department of Economics Description
    In: Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences - 15 Programs and Regulations - 15.5 Economics
    Joint Program (Co-operative) (B.Sc. only) ... Economics, the scientific study of how societies use scarce resources to produce and distribute commodities, is a versatile and flexible discipline. The Department has a strong focus on teaching and applied research. Students graduate with problem-solving skills needed to analyze how individuals (microeconomics) and governments (macroeconomics) can efficiently achieve their objectives, given their constraints. Economics students are trained how to evaluate and predict economic relationships. The discipline draws on and collaborates with the sciences (fisheries, health, environment, petroleum) and other disciplines (business, sociology, history, epidemiology, geography, political science, statistics and mathematics) to deal with a variety of topics, including economic growth, monetary policy, fair taxation, regional and municipal economic development, natural resource economics, and the economics of environmental impacts.


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