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  1. 7.9 Diploma in Northern Peoples, Lands, and Resources
    In: Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences - 7 Diploma Programs
    The Diploma in Northern Peoples, Lands, and Resources provides a foundation in the understanding of issues relevant to the North, including Labrador, the provincial and territorial Norths in Canada, and the Circumpolar North. The program emphasizes content and approaches that are specifically relevant to understanding Northern and Indigenous societies, economies, and landscapes. Students take courses in multiple disciplines and develop a broad base of knowledge and skills relevant to Northern studies, careers, leadership, and community- and place-based relationships.

  2. 7.10 Diploma in Stage and Screen Technique
    In: Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences - 7 Diploma Programs
    The Diploma in Stage and Screen Technique is a stand-alone diploma which may be completed concurrently with a degree program. It combines hands-on courses in film, video, and theatre production to prepare students to work in the cultural industries, or for further study in these fields. Students will cover a broad number of production areas, including directing, producing, acting, and many backstage and behind-the-scenes roles. Courses result in production of digital videos and films, and in staged performances.

  3. 8.1 General Regulations for Certificate Programs
    In: Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences - 8 Certificate Programs
    A certificate program is administered by a Program Director. The Program Director is normally affiliated with the Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences department that is primarily responsible for the Program's administration. ... A Program Director may, in consultation with the Head of the relevant academic unit, request permission from the Faculty's Undergraduate Waivers and Appeals Committee for a course to be added to the certificate program.

  4. 8.2 Admission
    In: Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences - 8 Certificate Programs
    Students seeking information about a certificate program should contact the Program Director of the certificate program, the Office of the Dean of Humanities and Social Sciences, or the Office of the Registrar. ... A certificate program is open to all students who are granted admission to the University. The application for admission or readmission to the University is submitted online at www.mun.ca/undergrad/admissions/apply. A complete application package includes an application to the University and any other required documentation (for those who have not attended Memorial University of Newfoundland in the three preceding semesters). Details are available under UNIVERSITY REGULATIONS - Admission/Readmission to the University Undergraduate.

  5. 8.3 Components
    In: Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences - 8 Certificate Programs
    A student must follow the regulations for the certificate program as set forth in the appropriate section of the Calendar. ... Courses offered by the Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences satisfying another University program may also be used to satisfy the requirements of a Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences certificate program, subject to both programs’ regulations.

  6. 8.4 Graduation Requirements
    In: Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences - 8 Certificate Programs
    A student who has completed a certificate program and wishes to complete a second certificate offered by the Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences must: ... To be eligible for the award of a certificate offered by the Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences, a student must have obtained an overall average of 60% or higher in the courses prescribed for that program.

  7. 8.6 Certificate in Criminology
    In: Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences - 8 Certificate Programs
    The Certificate in Criminology is designed for those who are interested in the study of criminality, crime, deviance, and the correctional systems more broadly. Program participants will be introduced to the foundational knowledge related to the Canadian legal system, law, justice and correctional systems, with a provincial and federal focus. They will gain a more complex understanding of the social structures and practices of criminal justice as well as what constitutes positive practice for persons working in corrections or criminal justice more generally. Students are introduced to the theoretical, legal, methodological, practical, and ethical debates in criminology, which will allow participants to more effectively analyze and understand their work in law enforcement, corrections and rehabilitation. The program will be of particular interest to persons engaged in law enforcement, corrections, social work, and rehabilitation, as well as persons studying society, and individuals seeking work in not-for-profit and charitable organizations that foster positive social growth.

  8. 8.7 Certificate in Film Studies
    In: Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences - 8 Certificate Programs
    The Certificate in Film Studies is designed for those who are interested in film as a form of cultural production that spans the globe. The program acquaints students with film as form before exploring how it is deployed in multiple settings and how it evolves depending on political, social, historical, economic, and technological contexts. ... www.mun.ca/hss/fmst

  9. 8.8 Certificate in Food Studies
    In: Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences - 8 Certificate Programs
    The Certificate in Food studies involves the interdisciplinary study of food issues at local, regional, national and global scales. The objective of the program is to provide foundational knowledge about the various dimensions of food systems and about the barriers to local and global food security. ... www.mun.ca/hss/fdst ... www.mun.ca/hss/about/contact/coordinators.php

  10. 8.9 Certificate in History and Philosophy of Science and Technology
    In: Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences - 8 Certificate Programs
    The Certificate in History and Philosophy of Science and Technology aims to promote the study through core courses of the human understanding of and interaction with the natural world. The time frame reaches from the European Bronze Age to the present. This approach combines the methods and subjects of several disciplines, demonstrates our indebtedness to the thinkers and makers of the past, and also illustrates the far-reaching effects of human activities on the natural world and on present and future societies. The foundation course in History and Philosophy of Science and Technology is intended to integrate the material and provide a common focus at the beginning of the program. The Certificate offers specialized preparation for students interested in studying subjects such as Archaeology, Classics, History, Philosophy, and Religion. The Certificate will also appeal to students studying in the areas of Engineering, Medicine, Pharmacy, and Science.

  11. 8.10 Certificate in Indigenous Studies
    In: Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences - 8 Certificate Programs
    The area of Indigenous studies is an increasingly important field in Canada, and the world. This program will benefit a wide variety of learners, including current and prospective university students, and individuals interested in a career in the public, not-for-profit, and non-governmental sectors. ... The objective of the program is to provide foundational knowledge for understanding historical and contemporary experiences of Indigenous peoples - from the origins of first peoples and complex histories over the succeeding millennia, to present movements and the growing desire for reconciliation between governments and Indigenous societies.

  12. 8.11 Certificate in Newfoundland and Labrador Studies
    In: Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences - 8 Certificate Programs
    The Certificate in Newfoundland and Labrador Studies is designed as an interdisciplinary humanities and social sciences certificate program that aims to encourage students to better understand the histories, social cultures, languages, geographies, scientific knowledges, philosophies, folklore, and contemporary experiences of Newfoundland and Labrador. Upon completion of the certificate, students should have an improved ability to contextualize Newfoundland and Labrador’s place in Canada and the world, including an ability to situate case studies that have application to broader knowledge development. The program is overseen by the Department of Folklore.

  13. 8.12 Certificate in Public Policy
    In: Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences - 8 Certificate Programs
    The Certificate in Public Policy is designed for those who are interested in the study of governance and policy responses to public issues. The program's objective is to provide foundational knowledge that is essential for exploring topical issues in diverse policy fields and settings. The program is structured around introductory and advanced core courses in Political Science that promote understanding of the theoretical parameters of public policy, such as the processes and mechanisms that are relied upon to define and solve policy problems. These core skills and competencies are used in the analysis and study of public policy in a variety of interdisciplinary fields.

  14. 9.3 Residence Requirements
    In: Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences - 9 Waiver of Regulations for Undergraduate Students
    a letter of permission from the Office of the Registrar must accompany the request, confirming that the proposed courses will qualify for transfer to meet the student’s program requirements; and, ... the student must obtain written approval from the Head of the appropriate academic unit(s) at Memorial University of Newfoundland supporting the request and confirming the applicability of the equivalent courses for the student’s program.

  15. 9.4 Other Regulations
    In: Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences - 9 Waiver of Regulations for Undergraduate Students
    the opinion of the Head of Department and/or Program Director; ... A Committee decision is communicated by the Assistant Registrar to the student's @mun.ca account and to the Head of department and/or Program Director. If appropriate, the Committee, the Head and/or the Program Director will also examine whether the Calendar entry should be modified.

  16. 10.2 Field School Courses Delivered Outside of Canada
    In: Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences - 10 Study Abroad (Harlow Campus and International Field Schools)
    The Department of Modern Languages, Literatures and Cultures regularly offers a one semester French immersion program in St-Pierre (July and Fall Frecker Programs) and periodically offers Russian language courses in Russia and Spanish language study abroad. ... Field school courses delivered exclusively outside of Canada include: ... French 3102, 3103, 3507, 3508

  17. 10.3 International Exchanges
    In: Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences - 10 Study Abroad (Harlow Campus and International Field Schools)
    It is a student's responsibility to confirm that courses successfully completed at another institution are eligible for transfer to Memorial University of Newfoundland. To confirm eligibility, a student is expected to begin by consulting with academic advisors and undergraduate Program Directors of the relevant academic department(s). A degree audit may be required.

  18. 12.2 Requirement for Courses Delivered at Memorial University of Newfoundland
    In: Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences - 12 Limited Enrolment Courses and Transfer Credits
    A minimum of 12 credit hours in courses prescribed for a diploma program must be completed at Memorial University of Newfoundland. ... A minimum of 9 credit hours in courses prescribed for a certificate program must be completed at Memorial University of Newfoundland. ... A student who is completing the International Bachelor of Arts degree program is required to complete at least 12 credit hours in designated IS courses in Memorial University of Newfoundland courses.

  19. 12.4 Transfers From Other Post-Secondary Institutions
    In: Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences - 12 Limited Enrolment Courses and Transfer Credits
    Limits on credit transfer hours exist for the Honours, Major and Minor in History. Refer to Program Regulations, Department of History. ... Limits on credit transfer hours exist for the Honours, Major and Minor in French. Refer to Program Regulations, Department of Modern Languages, Literatures and Cultures. ... Limits on credit transfer hours exist for the Honours. Major and Minor in Spanish. Refer to Program Regulations, Department of Modern Languages, Literatures and Cultures.

  20. 13.3 Deanís Award for Exemplary Co-op Performance General Information
    In: Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences - 13 Dean's List and Dean's Award for Exemplary Co-op Performance
    The Dean’s Award for Exemplary Co-op Performance recognizes students who have demonstrated exemplary performance in their academic program and work term(s). ... 13.3 Dean’s Award for Exemplary Co-op Performance General Information


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