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									University of Ottawa   Faculty of Arts




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Undergraduate
Programs Guide
2010-2012
www.arts.uOttawa.ca
        MARC DANIEL                               ZOSIA
          English                              Translation
          Windsor                               Montréal




WE BELONG
HERE!
HOW ABOUT YOU?
                                                 SHERLEY                                        ISABELLE
                                    Classical Studies and Criminology        Religious Studies and History and Theory of Art
                                                  Ottawa                                      Campbellton




          JESSICA                              ANDREA                                         ANDREW
  Communication and Spanish   Geomatics and Spatial Analysis and Geography   Medieval and Renaissance Studies and History
         Gatineau                              Kettleby                                      Brantford




            HILARY                              VINCENT                                       JULIANA
        French Studies                   Visual Arts and English                  Communication and Political Science
           Hamilton                              Ottawa                                      Waterloo
Table of ConTenTs
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Message from the Dean                                                                                   2
The Faculty of Arts opens up doors                                                                      3
Testimonials                                                                                            4
Choosing the right program for you                                                                      6
Bachelors’ program structure                                                                            7
Disciplines of the Faculty of Arts                                                                      8
    Aboriginal Studies                                                                                 10
    Arabic                                                                                             12
    Arts Administration                                                                                13
    Arts (General)                                                                                     15
    Asian Studies                                                                                      16
    Canadian Studies                                                                                   17
    Celtic Studies                                                                                     19
    Classical Studies / Classics                                                                       20
    Communication                                                                                      23
    English                                                                                            27
    English as a Second Language                                                                       29
    Environmental Studies                                                                              31
    Ethics and Society / Applied Ethics                                                                33
    Études des francophonies                                                                           36
    Film Studies                                                                                       38
    French as a Second Language                                                                        39
    French Studies                                                                                     41
    Geography                                                                                          43
    Geomatics and Spatial Analysis                                                                     46
    German                                                                                             47
    History                                                                                            48
    History and Theory of Art                                                                          50
    Italian                                                                                            51
    Jewish Canadian Studies                                                                            52
    Journalism                                                                                         53
    Latin American Studies                                                                             55
    Latin and English Studies                                                                          56
    Lettres françaises                                                                                 57
    Lettres françaises et Éducation                                                                    60
    Linguistics                                                                                        63
    Medieval and Renaissance Studies                                                                   65
    Music                                                                                              67
    Philosophy                                                                                         71
    Public Relations                                                                                   74
    Rédaction professionnelle et édition                                                               76
    Religious Studies                                                                                  77
    Russian                                                                                            79
    Second-Language Teaching                                                                           80
    Spanish                                                                                            82
    Techniques de rédaction                                                                            84
    Theatre                                                                                            85
    Translation                                                                                        87
    Visual Arts                                                                                        90
Bilingualism, a great advantage                                                                        92

This publication is not intended to replace any official documents of the University of Ottawa’s
Office of the Registrar. The official documents shall prevail at all times.
The information contained in this document is accurate at the time of publication.
The University reserves the right to change, without notice, any information contained in this document.
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The Faculty of Arts offers you a vast choice of stimulating
courses and programs, from classical and modern languages to
communication, philosophy to geography, history to translation,
literature to fine arts and religious studies to linguistics. In these
programs, you will broaden and deepen your understanding of
the subjects that interest you and acquire the expertise you need
to succeed.

Businesses today are looking for Faculty of Arts graduates who can
think critically, speak coherently, write in a structured and original
way, synthesize information from diverse sources, adapt to change
and who have a strong sense of ethics. You’ll learn these essential
skills from our outstanding professors who not only are first-rate
guides to the important concepts in their disciplines but also bring
their own research into the classroom. The opportunity to share
cutting-edge ideas represents a major advantage for every student
who joins our research-intensive Faculty.


                                                                         MEssAGE fROM
Our graduates enjoy success across Canada and globally. They
are actively applying the skills they developed at the Faculty of


                                                                         THE DEAN
Arts and are an inspiration to both those around them and future
generations of students.

As an alumnus myself, I am happy and proud to have selected the
Faculty of Arts. I am sure you will find the time you spend at the
Faculty to be rewarding and feel this same sense of pride when
you graduate.




Antoni Lewkowicz
Dean
THE fAcULTY Of
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ARTs
OpENs Up
                                                            of our programs are offered as part of a co-operative
                                                            program. This gives you the opportunity to explore
                                                            different working environments, forge links with
                                                            potential employers and earn a salary while attending




DOORs
                                                            university. Or do you dream of discovering the world?
                                                            Participate in an international exchange, for one session
                                                            or a full year. It is the perfect chance to immerse yourself
                                                            in a new culture, to see your discipline from another
                                                            angle and even learn another language.

                                                            a second language, a living language
                                                            Celebrate your second official language! In our bilingual
                                                            environment, you will find many resources to help you
                                                            acquire French-language skills: French as a second
                                                            language courses, French immersion courses, second-
                                                            language certification. Or are you a francophile with
                                                            advanced-level French? If so, you have an opportunity
                                                            to participate in our French immersion program, a
                                                            unique program in Canada that allows you to do
                                                            part of your university studies in French.

                                                            Meet the world at your doorstep
The choices are endless                                     No need for you to go very far to learn the different
A total of 95 English-language undergraduate programs       languages of the world. Here at the Faculty of Arts,
in 43 disciplines. These are impressive numbers that        our Department of Modern Languages and Literatures
translate into exceptional employment opportunities         offers a wide range of language courses: German,
and career possibilities. The choice is yours! You can      Arabic, Chinese, Spanish, Italian, Japanese, Celtic
even choose to continue further in your studies—            languages, Polish, Portuguese, Russian, Yiddish.
to do a Master’s or a PhD.                                  Travel without setting foot outside the University!

Maximum flexibility                                         Here to help: student mentors
Finding it difficult to make up your mind? At the Faculty   Need a helping hand or feel like talking to someone?
of Arts, you will find the flexibility you need. You can    The Faculty of Arts Student Mentoring Centre offers
take courses in a number of interesting areas. Our          assistance and guidance. This is a service offered
introductory first-year courses allow you to explore        TO students BY students and has proven to be very
the disciplines that interest you the most. The idea is     successful. It will help you not only adapt to university
to make your choices based on your preferences and          life but also achieve academic success.
your goals. In addition, most of our programs can be
                                                            study in french or in english. The choice is yours!
combined with each other or with programs offered
                                                            At the University of Ottawa, most programs are offered
at other faculties. Bottom line: you are sure to find a
                                                            in both official languages. This means you can study in
winning combination!
                                                            French, in English or even in both languages! However,
Co-oP or international exchange?                            you do not have to be bilingual nor are you required
Are you looking to gain the skills most sought after by     to take courses in your other official language. We
employers and put those skills to good use? A number        give you the flexibility—you make the choice!
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TEsTiMONiALs
Here is what some of our
students have to say!



                             bilingualism—an advantage!
                                     The French studies program is
                                    ideal for anglophones wishing
                                       to become fluent in French.
                                        I like the variety of courses.
                                   The program goes well beyond
                                   grammar, and the combination
                                            of courses it offers in oral
                                       expression, writing, culture,
                                           literature and grammar is
                                         ideal for people looking to
                                              become truly bilingual.
                                                             HILARY
                                                        French Studies
                                                                                Going even further
                                                                                I like the diversity of the program and the fact that I can sample
                                                                                from a wide range of disciplines, all while learning about Canada
                                                                                and its different dimensions. For instance, I’ve taken a lot of courses
                                                                                about Jewish Canadians and French Canadians. It’s been extremely
                                                                                interesting to learn about these two populations in Canada, the
                                                                                obstacles they’ve dealt with and their history in Canada. I now feel
                                                                                like I have a much broader understanding of some of the cultures
                                                                                that make up Canada.
                                                                                BRIANNA
                                                                                Canadian Studies and Psychology




looking at the past to better understand the present
Studying history has enabled me to better understand both my own and other
cultures. Looking at ideas from the past also challenges me to take a hard look
at present-day assumptions. So, history gives us the perspective needed both to
understand the past and to correct our own perceptions. The wide range of options
available in medieval and Renaissance studies allows me to focus on my own interests
while gaining a very broad perspective on the realities of this period. I particularly
appreciate the interdisciplinary aspect of the program. It’s incredibly interesting to
study the Middle Ages from the point of view of different disciplines, such as literature,
art, music and history.
ANDREW
Medieval and Renaissance Studies and History
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                                                                               surrounded by the best
                                                                               I chose to study English literature because
                                                                               I knew I had a fervent interest in the written word.
                                                                               Compared with those of other universities, the
                                                                               University of Ottawa’s English literature program
                                                                               sets itself apart because students can study under
                                                                               some of the best English professors in the whole
                                                                               country. Furthermore, being so close to so many
                                                                               quality libraries, especially the National Library
                                                                               and the Archives of Canada, has allowed me to
                                                                               amply research Canadian literature.
                                                                               MARC DANIEL
                                                                               English




enjoying university life                               from Geography to Geomatics
While studying, I was pleased to discover that         In my first year, I was undecided
I still have time to enjoy university life and         about what to study, so I changed
the many events and activities offered by the          programs quite a few times. I was in
University and the City of Ottawa. And if I have       a geography class one day, and the
any advice to give to future students, it’s “be sure   professor mentioned geomatics.
to enjoy it!” This is your opportunity to find your    It sounded fascinating!
niche without the judgement of others.                 After some research, I changed
                                                       my major to geomatics and
JULIANA                                                have not looked back since.
Communication and Political Science
                                                       ANDREA
                                                       Geomatics and Spatial Analysis
                                                       and Geography
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               cHOOsiNG THE
                RiGHT pROGRAM fOR YOU
1. Choose the discipline.                              3. Choose the
    Keep in mind your personal interests and              program structure.
    the subjects you find most stimulating.              The table to the right provides both the
                                                         structure and elements of each type of
                                                         bachelor’s degree. If you come to uOttawa
2. Choose the program.                                   directly after your secondary school studies and
    As with most students who apply to the Faculty       are admitted to a Major program, you will need
    of Arts, you will be admitted to a Major program     to choose your complete bachelor’s program
    unless you apply to an Honours Bachelor’s            structure at the end of your first year. If you
    with Specialization, a Joint Honours Bachelor’s      have studied at the college or CEGEP level, you
    or a General Bachelor of Arts program or to          may be granted advanced standing for up to
    certain discipline-specific programs (Fine Arts,     30 credits and be admitted directly into second
    Journalism, Lettres françaises et éducation,         year. If this is the case, you will need to choose
    Music, Public Relations).                            your program structure when you register.

                                                         Questions? Do not hesitate to contact one of
                                                         our academic assistants or academic advisors.
                                                         They‘re here to help you!




bachelor’s Program structure
    Faculty of Arts programs have 120 credits,           The table on the right presents the possible
    with the exception of the General Bachelor of        combinations and the distribution of credits.
    Arts, which has 90 credits. A bachelor’s degree
    is made up of basic-skills, disciplinary and         Note: 1 course per session = 3 credits
    elective courses.
                                                                                                                  Disciplinary courses




                                                                                                                                               Disciplinary courses




                                                                                                                                                                                                                     bachelor’s degrees
                                                                       basic skills courses
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                                                                                                                                                                                            number of credits
                                                                                                                                                second discipline



                                                                                                                                                                         elective courses
                                                                                                                     first discipline




                                                                                                                                                                                                                        at a glance
                                           length
     Types of programs (ba)




                                                                                                                                                                                                                     12
                                                                                                                                                                                                                     12
                                                                                                                                                                                                                     12
Honours Bachelor’s                       4 years       12 credits: 2 English courses                              60 credits                                          48 credits            120                      12
                                                                                                                                                                                                                     12
                                                                                                                                                                                                                     12
with Specialization                                    and 2 philosophy courses                                                                                                                                                           60
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          60
                                                                                                                                                                                                                48
                                                                                                                                                                                                                48                        60
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          60
                                                                                                                                                                                                                48
                                                                                                                                                                                                                48                        60
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          60
                                                                                                                                                                                                                48
                                                                                                                                                                                                                48


                                                                                                                                                                                                                   12
                                                                                                                                                                                                                   12
Honours Bachelor’s with                  4 years       12 credits: 2 English courses                              60 credits                  Minor                   18 credits            120                     12
                                                                                                                                                                                                                18 12
                                                                                                                                                                                                                18 12
Specialization and a Minor                             and 2 philosophy courses                                                             30 credits                                                          18 12
                                                                                                                                                                                                                18                        60
                                                                                                                                                                                                                18
                                                                                                                                                                                                                18                        60
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          60
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          60
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          60
                                                                                                                                                                                                                 30
                                                                                                                                                                                                                 30                       60
                                                                                                                                                                                                                 30
                                                                                                                                                                                                                 30
                                                                                                                                                                                                                 30
                                                                                                                                                                                                                 30

                                                                                                                                                                                                                   12
                                                                                                                                                                                                                   12
Honours Bachelor’s with                  4 years       12 credits: 2 English courses                                Major                     Major                   24 credits            120                    12
                                                                                                                                                                                                                   12                     42
                                                                                                                                                                                                                   12
                                                                                                                                                                                                                24 12                     42
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          42
a Double Major                                         and 2 philosophy courses                                   42 credits                42 credits                                                          24
                                                                                                                                                                                                                24
                                                                                                                                                                                                                24
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          42
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          42
                                                                                                                                                                                                                24                        42
                                                                                                                                                                                                                24
                                                                                                                                                                                                                     42
                                                                                                                                                                                                                     42
                                                                                                                                                                                                                      42
                                                                                                                                                                                                                      42
                                                                                                                                                                                                                      42
                                                                                                                                                                                                                      42
                                                                                                                                                                                                                     12
Honours Bachelor’s with                  4 years       12 credits: 2 English courses                                Major                     Minor                   36 credits            120                      12
                                                                                                                                                                                                                     12
                                                                                                                                                                                                                     12
                                                                                                                                                                                                                     12                   42
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          42
Major and Minor                                        and 2 philosophy courses                                   42 credits                30 credits                                                               12                   42
                                                                                                                                                                                                                36                        42
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          42
                                                                                                                                                                                                                36
                                                                                                                                                                                                                36                        42
                                                                                                                                                                                                                36
                                                                                                                                                                                                                36
                                                                                                                                                                                                                36
                                                                                                                                                                                                                           30
                                                                                                                                                                                                                           30
                                                                                                                                                                                                                           30
                                                                                                                                                                                                                           30
                                                                                                                                                                                                                           30
                                                                                                                                                                                                                           30
Joint Honours Bachelor’s                 4 years       Between 6 and 12 credits in                            Between 39 and                Between                   Between               120                    12
                                                                                                                                                                                                                   12
                                                                                                                                                                                                                12 12
                                                                                                                                                                                                                12 12
                                                                                                                                                                                                                   12                     48
                                                       English and/or philosophy                                 48 credits                 39 and 48                 12 and 27                                 12 12
                                                                                                                                                                                                                12                        48
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          48
                                                                                                                                                                                                                12
                                                                                                                                                                                                                12                        48
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          48
                                                                                                                                             credits                   credits                                                            48
                                                                                                                                                                                                                 48
                                                                                                                                                                                                                 48
                                                                                                                                                                                                                 48
                                                                                                                                                                                                                 48
                                                                                                                                                                                                                 48
                                                                                                                                                                                                                 48

General BA                               3 years       12 credits: 2 English courses                         12 English credits             18 credits                30 credits             90                      12
                                                                                                                                                                                                                     12
                                                                                                                                                                                                                     12
                                                                                                                                                                                                                     12               30
                                                       and 2 philosophy courses                                                                                                                                      12
                                                                                                                                                                                                                     12               30
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                      30
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                      30
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                      30
                                                                                                              18 credits in a                                                                                   30                    30
                                                                                                                                                                                                                30
                                                                                                                                                                                                                30
                                                                                                              Faculty of Arts                                                                                   30
                                                                                                                                                                                                                30
                                                                                                                                                                                                                30              18
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                18
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                18
                                                                                                                discipline                                                                                                      18
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                18
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                18
General BA with Minor                    3 years       12 credits: 2 English courses                         Minor in a Faculty                                       48 credits             90                      12
                                                                                                                                                                                                                     12
                                                                                                                                                                                                                     12
                                                       and 2 philosophy courses                              of Arts discipline                                                                                      12
                                                                                                                                                                                                                     12                   30
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          30
                                                                                                                                                                                                                     12                   30
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          30
                                                                                                                 30 credits                                                                                                               30
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          30
                                                                                                                                                                                                                 48
                                                                                                                                                                                                                 48
                                                                                                                                                                                                                 48
                                                                                                                                                                                                                 48
                                                                                                                                                                                                                 48
                                                                                                                                                                                                                 48

other specialized programs

• Bachelor of Fine Arts (BFA) – 4 years (120 credits)
• Bachelor of Music (BMus) – 4 years (120 credits)
• Baccalauréat intégré en ligne – Lettres françaises et Éducation – 4 years (126 credits)
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• Baccalauréat spécialisé approfondi en lettres françaises et baccalauréat en éducation – 5 years (156 credits)
• Honours Bachelor in Journalism – 4.5 years (120 credits)
                                                                                          60
• Honours Bachelor in Public Relations – 4.5 years (120 credits)               48




                                                                                                 12
                                                                                              18leGenD
                                                                                                      60

                                                Basic-skills credit courses                    30


                                                    Elective credit courses
                                                                                                   12
                                                                                                             42              Discipline credit courses — first discipline
                                                                                              24


                                                                                                                             Discipline credit courses — second discipline
                                                                                                    42


                                                                                                   12
                                                                                                             42
                                                   The second discipline can be at the Faculty of Arts or another faculty.
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                                         This option is not possible in the Joint Honours BA program as the disciplines are preset.
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                                           specialization




                                                                                           specialized




                                                                                                                 Immersion
                                                                             Certificate




                                                                                           Programs




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                                                                                                                             studies
                                                                                                                 french
                                                                                                         Co-oP
                                                                    Minor
                                                            Major
    Aboriginal Studies                                       n       n*                                             n

    Arabic                                                   n       n2

    Arts Administration                                      n*      n*

    Arts (General BA)

    Asian Studies                                                    n*

    Canadian Studies                                          n      n*                                             n

    Celtic Studies                                                   n*

    Classical Studies / Classics                n            n       n                                              n           n

    Communication                               n            n       n                                    n         n           n

    English                                     n            n       n                                    n                     n

    English as a Second Language                             n       n*

    Environmental Studies (bilingual)           n            n       n*                                   n         n

    Ethics and Society / Applied Ethics         n            n       n*                                             n

    Études des francophonies                                         n*        n

    Film Studies                                                     n*

    French as a Second Language                              n       n*

    French Studies                              n            n                                            n

    Geography                                   n            n       n                                    n         n           n

    Geomatics and Spatial Analysis                           n       n*                                             n

    German                                                   n       n   2



    History                                     n            n       n                                    n         n           n

    History and Theory of Art                                n       n                                              n

    Italian                                                  n       n2

    Jewish Canadian Studies                                          n*

    Journalism                                                                                 n1                               n

    Latin American Studies                                           n*                                                         n

    Latin and English Studies                   n                                                                               n

    Lettres françaises                          n            n       n                                    n                     n

    Lettres françaises et éducation             n            n                                                                  n

    Linguistics                                 n            n       n                                                          n

    Medieval and Renaissance Studies                         n       n*                                             n           n

    Music (BA, BMus)                            n            n       n                         n                    n           n

    Philosophy                                  n            n       n                                              n           n

    Piano Pedagogy                                                             n

    Public Relations                                                                           n                                n

    Rédaction professionnelle et édition                             n*        n
THE fAcULTY Of ARTs                                                                                                                                                                9




                                                                           specialization




                                                                                                                                   specialized




                                                                                                                                                           Immersion
                                                                                                                     Certificate




                                                                                                                                   Programs




                                                                                                                                                                        Graduate
                                                                           Honours
                                                                           ba with




                                                                                                                                                                        studies
                                                                                                                                                           french
                                                                                                                                                 Co-oP
                                                                                                        Minor
                                                                                            Major
  Religious Studies                                                             n            n           n                                                    n            n

  Russian                                                                                    n           n2

  Second-Language Teaching                                                      n            n                                                                n

  Spanish                                                                       n            n           n                                                                 n

  Techniques de rédaction                                                                                n*

  Theatre                                                                       n            n           n                                                    n            n

  Translation                                                                   n                        n*                                       n                        n

  Visual Arts (BA, BFA)                                                                      n                                         n                      n            n

  JoInT HonoURs ba PRoGRaMs

  Classics and Philosophy                                                                                                                                                  n

  Communication et lettres françaises                                                                                                             n                        n

  Communication and Philosophy                                                                                                                                n            n

  Communication and Political Science                                                                                                             n           n            n

  Communication and Sociology                                                                                                                     n           n            n

  Environmental Studies and Geography                                                                                                             n           n            n

  Geography and Sociology                                                                                                                         n           n            n

  History and Political Science                                                                                                                   n           n            n

  Philosophy and Political Science                                                                                                                            n            n

  Psychology and Linguistics                                                                                                                                               n




 * Complementary programs offered only as a second discipline. No direct entry.
 1 Program offered jointly with Algonquin College.
 2 You can be admitted into this program in the first year of the General Bachelor of Arts program or after successfully completing 24 university credits (8 courses)
   in an Honours Bachelor’s program.
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ABORIGINAL STUDIES
Canadian society is truly awakening to the importance of its                      HIS3109	     Selected	Topics	in	Native	History	                                  3
Aboriginal communities and cultures. Designed for both Aboriginal                 LIN2301	     Aboriginal	Language2	                                               3
and non-Aboriginal students, these programs acquaint you with the                 LIN2302	     Aboriginal	Language:	Structure	Analysis2	                           3	
history, evolution, philosophy, spirituality, cultures, arts and current
                                                                                  SRS3111	     Amerindian	and	Inuit	Myths	                                         3	
life of Aboriginal peoples in Canada, North America and countries
                                                                                  SRS3119	     Shamanic	Traditions	                                                3	
throughout the world. The curriculum includes guest lectures by
some of the foremost leaders in Aboriginal artistic, political and                SVS3555	     Service	social	auprès	des	populations	autochtones	                  3	
intellectual expression.                                                          List B:
                                                                                  ANT1101	     Social	and	Cultural	Anthropology	                                   3
Undergraduate Studies
•	 Major	in	Aboriginal	Studies                                                    ANT3131	     Economic	Anthropology	                                              3	
•	 Minor	in	Aboriginal	Studies                                                    CDN1100	     Introduction	to	Canadian	Studies	                                   3
                                                                                  CDN3100	     Histories	and	Perceptions	of	History	in	Canada	                     3	
Career Opportunities                                                              CDN3120	     Francophones	in	Canada	                                             3	
These programs lead to careers with aboriginal organizations                      CDN4100	     Contemporary	Issues	in	Canada	                                      3	
and agencies, the public service, cultural centres and educational                FEM3301	     Women’s	Issues	in	Canada	                                           3	
institutions.
                                                                                  GEG1302	     Society	and	Environment	                                            3	
                                                                                  GEG2109	     Canada	and	its	Regions	                                             3	
Bachelor’s Program Structure                                                      GEG3107	     Geography	of	Polar	Regions	                                         3	
The Faculty of Arts programs have 120 credits, with the exception of the
                                                                                  HIS2130	     The	Peopling	of	North	America	                                      3	
General Bachelor of Arts which has 90. A bachelor’s degree is made up
of basic skills, disciplinary and elective courses.                               POL2101	     Introduction	to	Canadian	Politics	                                  3	
                                                                                  SOC1101	     Principles	of	Sociology	                                            3	
See	the	table	on	page	7	for	the	possible	combinations	and	the	
                                                                                  SOC2309	     Canadian	Society	                                                   3	
distribution of credits.
                                                                                  SOC3137	     Sociology	of	Minority	Groups	                                       3	
                                                                                  SRS1191	     Religion	and	Culture	in	Canada	                                     3	
Major in Aboriginal Studies                                         42 credits    SRS2194	     Anthropology	of	Religion	                                           3	
                                                                                  SRS2386	     History	of	Religion	in	Canada	                                      3	
French immersion is available when taking this program as part of an
                                                                                  SRS3191	     Sociology	of	Religious	and	Cultural	Pluralism	                      3	
honours degree.
                                                                                  SRS3194	     Anthropological	Theories	in	Intercultural	and	
EAS1101	       Introduction	to	Aboriginal	Societies	and	Cultures	            3	                Interreligious	Issues	                                              3	
HIS2307	       History	of	the	Native	Peoples	in	Canada,	from	the	
               Origins	to	the	Present	                                       3	   Note(s)
                                                                                  	 With	the	permission	of	the	Faculty	of	Law,	Common	Law	Section.	
                                                                                  1



LIN2301	       Aboriginal	Language	                                          3	   	 The	LIN	course	not	taken	as	a	compulsory	course	can	be	taken	as	an	elective.
                                                                                  2


   OR
LIN2302	       Aboriginal	Language:	Structure	Analysis	                      3	   Minor in Aboriginal Studies                                          30 credits
                                                                                  Complementary program offered only as a second discipline.
SRS2115	       Religious	Ways	of	the	Aboriginal	Peoples	                     3	
                                                                                  No direct entry.
POL3159	       Indigenous	Politics	and	Governance	in	Canada	                 3	
EAS4101	       Fieldwork	and	Directed	Research	                              3	   EAS1101	     Introduction	to	Aboriginal	Societies	and	Cultures	                  3	
EAS4364	       Selected	Topics	in	Aboriginal	History	                        3	   HIS2307	     History	of	the	Native	Peoples	in	Canada,	from	the	
                                                                                               Origins	to	the	Present	                                             3	
9	optional	credits	at	the	3000	or	4000	level1                                     SRS2115	     Religious	Ways	of	the	Aboriginal	Peoples	                           3	
12 optional credits from the list below1
                                                                                  15	optional	credits	from	the	list	below
Note(s)                                                                           6	optional	credits	at	the	3000	level	and	above	from	the	list	below
1
    A minimum of 12 credits must be chosen from list A.
                                                                                  List of Optional Courses
List of Optional Courses                                                          ANT1101	     Social	and	Cultural	Anthropology	                                   3	
                                                                                  ANT2126	     Native	Peoples	of	the	Americas	                                     3	
List A (minimum of 12 credits):
                                                                                  ART3354	     Inuit	and	Amerindian	Art	                                           3	
ANT2126	 Native	Peoples	of	the	Americas	                                     3	
                                                                                  CDN1100	     Introduction	to	Canadian	Studies	                                   3	
ART3354	 Inuit	and	Amerindian	Art	                                           3	
                                                                                  CDN3100	     Histories	and	Perceptions	of	History	in	Canada	                     3	
CML2301	 Aboriginal	Peoples	and	the	Law1	                                    3	
                                                                                  EAS3102	     Selected	Topics	in	Aboriginal	Studies	                              3	
CML4162	 Advanced	Aboriginal	Law1	                                           3	
                                                                                  ENG3381	     Native	Writing	in	Canada	                                           3	
EAS3102	     Selected	Topics	in	Aboriginal	Studies	                          3	
                                                                                  FEM2108	     Aboriginal	Women’s	Issues	                                          3
ENG3381	 Native	Writing	in	Canada	                                           3
                                                                                  GEG1302	     Society	and	Environment	                                            3
FEM2108	 Aboriginal	Women’s	Issues	                                          3	




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GEG2109	   Canada	and	its	Regions	                                  3	
GEG3107	   Geography	of	Polar	Regions	                              3	
HIS2130	   The	Peopling	of	North	America	                           3	
HIS3109	   Selected	Topics	in	Native	History	                       3	
LIN2301	   Aboriginal	Language	                                     3	
LIN2302	   Aboriginal	Language:	Structure	Analysis	                 3
POL2101	   Introduction	to	Canadian	Politics	                       3	
POL3159	   Indigenous	Politics	and	Governance	in	Canada	            3	
SRS1191	   Religion	and	Culture	in	Canada	                          3	
SRS2194	   Anthropology	of	Religion	                                3
SRS3111	   Amerindian	and	Inuit	Myths	                              3	
SRS3119	   Shamanic	Traditions	                                     3
SRS3191	   Sociology	of	Religious	and	Cultural	Pluralism	           3	
SRS3194	   Anthropological	Theories	in	Intercultural	and	
           Interreligious	Issues	                                   3	
SVS3555	   Service	social	auprès	des	populations	autochtones	       3




                                            Course descriptions and the recommended course of
                                            studies are available on the Faculty of Arts website —
                                            www.arts.uOttawa.ca
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ARABIC
Spoken	daily	by	over	300	million	people	worldwide,	Arabic	is	one	of	the	             ARB4904	     Stage	en	langue	arabe	/	Practicum	in	Arabic	                       3	
world’s	major	languages.	The	programs	in	Arabic	language	and	culture	                ARB4911	     Cours	avancé	d’arabe	III	/	Advanced	Arabic	III	                    3	
provides you not only with a good knowledge of the language itself, but              ARB4912	     Cours	avancé	d’arabe	IV	/	Advanced	Arabic	IV	                      3	
also with an invaluable perspective into Arabic culture, history, literature,
                                                                                     HIS2160	     History	of	the	Middle	East	from	World	War	I	                       3	
philosophy,	religion	and	society.	In	addition,	agreements	between	the	
                                                                                     PHI2381	     Arab	Philosophy	                                                   3	
University of Ottawa and other universities in the Arab world allow
you to go on exchange programs in countries such as Tunisia, Egypt                   SRS3315	     Islam	                                                             3
or another country.

Undergraduate Studies                                                                Mandatory requirement: Immersion stay abroad
                                                                                     A minimum of 12 credits must be taken abroad in a university where
•	 Major	in	Arabic	Language	and	Culture
                                                                                     Arabic is the language of instruction and study. The University of Ottawa
•	 Minor	in	Arabic	Language	and	Culture
                                                                                     will establish ARB course equivalencies. This requirement also involves
Language of Instruction                                                              specific participation conditions.
The language courses are taught in Arabic. Other courses are offered in              Students	are	eligible	for	a	mobility	scholarship	of	$2,000.
either English or French.

Specific Admission Requirements                                                      Minor in Arabic Language and Culture                                  30 credits
Students	who	already	know	the	language	must	take	a	placement	test	
                                                                                     Admission to this program can be done in the first year of the
that serves to evaluate their actual proficiency and may exempt them
                                                                                     General Bachelor of Arts program or after successfully completing
from certain basic courses.
                                                                                     24 university credits (8 courses) in an honours bachelor’s program.
Career Opportunities                                                                 ARB1911	     Cours	élémentaire	d’arabe	I	/	Elementary	Arabic	I	                 3
Mastering	a	foreign	language	is	an	important	asset	in	the	business	sector	           ARB1912	     Cours	élémentaire	d’arabe	II	/	Elementary	Arabic	II	               3
and in the public service. Career opportunities include civil servant,               ARB2101	     Arabic	Culture	I	                                                  3
tourism professional and international business consultant and other
                                                                                     ARB2102	     Arabic	Culture	II	                                                 3
positions in the field of immigration.
                                                                                     ARB2911	     Cours	intermédiaire	d’arabe	I	/	Intermediate	Arabic	I	             3

Bachelor’s Program Structure                                                         9 optional ARB credits or courses related to Arabic history, language and culture
The Faculty of Arts programs have 120 credits, with the exception of the             6	optional	ARB	credits	or	courses	related	to	Arabic	history,	language	and	culture	
General Bachelor of Arts which has 90. A bachelor’s degree is made up                   at	the	3000	or	4000	level
of basic skills, disciplinary and elective courses.
See	the	table	on	page	7	for	the	possible	combinations	and	the	                       List of Optional Courses
distribution of credits.                                                             ARB2103	     Pop	Culture	in	the	Arab	World	                                     3
                                                                                     ARB2912	     Cours	intermédiaire	d’arabe	II	/	Intermediate	Arabic	II	           3
Major in Arabic Language and Culture                                   42 credits    ARB3101	     Arabic	Cinema	and	Visual	Media	                                    3
                                                                                     ARB3901	     Introduction	à	la	littérature	arabe	/	Introduction	to	Arabic	
ARB1911	    Cours	élémentaire	d’arabe	I	/	Elementary	Arabic	I	                  3                 Literature	                                                        3
ARB1912	    Cours	élémentaire	d’arabe	II	/	Elementary	Arabic	II	                3	   ARB3902	     Sujets	spéciaux	en	littérature	arabe	I	:	prose	/	
ARB2101	    Arabic	Culture	I	                                                   3	                Special	Topics	in	Arabic	I:	Prose	                                 3
ARB2102	    Arabic	Culture	II	                                                  3	   ARB3903	     Sujets	spéciaux	en	littérature	arabe	II	:	poésie	/	
ARB2911	    Cours	intermédiaire	d’arabe	I	/	Intermediate	Arabic	I	              3                 Special	Topics	in	Arabic	II:	Poetry	                               3
ARB2912	    Cours	intermédiaire	d’arabe	II	/	Intermediate	Arabic	II	            3    ARB3911	     Cours	avancé	d’arabe	I	/	Advanced	Arabic	I	                        3
ARB3911	    Cours	avancé	d’arabe	I	/	Advanced	Arabic	I	                         3	   ARB3912	     Cours	avancé	d’arabe	II	/	Advanced	Arabic	II	                      3
ARB3912	    Cours	avancé	d’arabe	II	/	Advanced	Arabic	II	                       3	   HIS2160	     History	of	the	Middle	East	from	World	War	I	                       3
                                                                                     HIS2760	     Histoire	du	Moyen-Orient	depuis	la	Première	Guerre	mondiale	       3
18 optional credits (minimum of 6 credits at 3000 level and 6 credits at the         PHI2381	     Arab	Philosophy	                                                   3
4000 level) from:
                                                                                     PHI2781	     Philosophie	arabe	                                                 3
ARB2103	     Pop	Culture	in	the	Arab	World	                                  3
                                                                                     SRS3315	     Islam	                                                             3
ARB3101	     Arabic	Cinema	and	Visual	Media	                                 3	
                                                                                     SRS3715	     L’islam	                                                           3
ARB3901	 Introduction	à	la	littérature	arabe	/	Introduction	to	Arabic	
             Literature	                                                     3	
ARB3902	 Sujets	spéciaux	en	littérature	arabe	I	:	prose	/	
             Special	Topics	in	Arabic	I:	Prose	                              3
ARB3903	 Sujets	spéciaux	en	littérature	arabe	II	:	poésie	/	
             Special	Topics	in	Arabic	II:	Poetry	                            3
ARB3921	 Études	dirigées	en	arabe	/	Directed	Studies	in	Arabic	              3
ARB4903	 Thèmes	choisis	en	culture	arabe	/	Special	Topics	in	Arabic	Culture	3	           Course descriptions and the recommended course of
                                                                                         studies are available on the Faculty of Arts website —
                                                                                         www.arts.uOttawa.ca




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 A R T S A D M I N I S T R AT I O N
 Managing	a	cultural	organization	requires	specialized	knowledge	                   List of Optional Courses
 and know-how, and these programs are designed to add professional
 management skills to your training in music, theatre or visual arts. By            12 ADM credits from:
 combining	the	major	or	minor	in	arts	administration	with	your	artistic	            ADM2336	 Organizational	Behaviour	                                              3	
 background, you set a solid base for a career as an administrator in a             ADM2337	 Human	Resource	Management	                                             3	
 theatre, an orchestra or an art gallery. Even if you opt for a career as
                                                                                    ADM2341	 Managerial	Accounting	                                                 3	
 a performer, the training you receive in these programs leaves you
                                                                                    ADM2381	 Business	Communication	Skills	                                         3	
 with a deeper understanding of how the arts and culture scene
 works, while acquainting you with the main issues and key players                  ADM3313	 Entrepreneurial	Mind:	New	Venture	Creation	                            3	
 of the cultural sector.                                                            ADM3321	 Consumer	Behaviour	                                                    3	
                                                                                    ADM3326	 Advertising	and	Sales	Promotion	Management	                            3	
 Undergraduate Studies                                                              ADM3336	 Organization	Design	                                                   3	
 •	 Major	in	Arts	Administration                                                    ADM3337	 Compensation	Administration	                                           3	
 •	 Minor	in	Arts	Administration
                                                                                    ADM3378	 Electronic	Business	                                                   3	
 Language of Instruction                                                            9 credits from:1
 Both programs are offered in English and French. A few courses,                    AMT3100	 Interdisciplinary	Seminar	                                             3	
 however, are offered bilingually, meaning they use both English and
                                                                                    AMT3301	 Selected	Topics	in	Arts	Administration	                                3	
 French	during	class.	Students	can	use	the	language	of	their	choice,	
                                                                                    AMT3903	 Thèmes	choisis	en	administration	des	arts	/	
 but they must have at least a passive knowledge (oral and written
                                                                                                 Selected	Topics	in	Arts	Administration	                            3	
 understanding) of the other language.
                                                                                    AMT3920	 Stage	/	Work	Period	                                                   3	
 Career Opportunities                                                               THE3960	 Administration	théâtrale	/	Theatre	Administration	                     3	
 These programs lead to careers such as a cultural planner, a cultural
 events manager or an administrator in a museum, art gallery, theatre
                                                                                    Note(s)
                                                                                    1
                                                                                        Other courses may be selected in consultation with the coordinating
 or arts centre.
                                                                                        committee of the program.

 Bachelor’s Program Structure                                                       Minor in Arts Administration                                           30 credits
 The Faculty of Arts programs have 120 credits, with the exception of the
 General Bachelor of Arts which has 90. A bachelor’s degree is made up              Complementary program offered only as a second discipline.
 of basic skills, disciplinary and elective courses.                                No direct entry.
 See	the	table	on	page	7	for	the	possible	combinations	and	the	                     Must normally be combined with an undergraduate program
 distribution of credits.                                                           of studies in music, theatre, visual arts, history and theory of
                                                                                    arts or with another undergraduate program approved by the
                                                                                    coordinating committee.
 Major in Arts Administration                                         42 credits
                                                                                    ADM1100	       Introduction	to	Business	Management	                             3	
 Complementary program offered only as a second discipline.                         ADM2320	       Marketing	                                                       3	
 No direct entry.
                                                                                    ADM2340	       Financial	Accounting	                                            3	
 Must normally be combined with an undergraduate program of                         AMT3901	       Gestion	des	organismes	artistiques	et	culturels	I	/	
 studies in music, theatre, visual arts, history and theory of arts or                             Administration	of	Artistic	and	Cultural	Organizations	I		        3	
 with another undergraduate program approved by the coordinating                    AMT3902	       Gestion	des	organismes	artistiques	et	culturels	II	/	
 committee.                                                                                        Administration	of	Artistic	and	Cultural	Organizations	II	        3	
 ADM1100	     Introduction	to	Business	Management	                             3	   AMT3910	       Stage	/	Work	Period	                                             3	
 ADM2320	     Marketing	                                                       3	
                                                                                    12 optional credits
 ADM2340	     Financial	Accounting	                                            3
 AMT3901	     Gestion	des	organismes	artistiques	et	culturels	I	/	
              Administration	of	Artistic	and	Cultural	Organizations	I	         3	
 AMT3902	     Gestion	des	organismes	artistiques	et	culturels	II	/	
              Administration	of	Artistic	and	Cultural	Organizations	II	        3	
 AMT4010	     Stage	/	Work	Period	                                             6

 15	optional	credits	
 6	optional	credits	at	the	3000	level




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List of Optional Courses
6 ADM credits from:
ADM2336	 Organizational	Behaviour	                                        3
ADM2337	 Human	Resource	Management	                                       3
ADM2341	 Managerial	Accounting	                                           3	
ADM2381	 Business	Communication	Skills	                                   3	
ADM3313	 Entrepreneurial	Mind:	New	Venture	Creation	                      3	
ADM3321	 Consumer	Behaviour	                                              3	
ADM3326	 Advertising	and	Sales	Promotion	Management	                      3	
ADM3336	 Organization	Design	                                             3	
ADM3337	 Compensation	Administration	                                     3
ADM3378	 Electronic	Business	                                             3	
6 credits from:1
AMT3100	 Interdisciplinary	Seminar	                                       3	
AMT3301	 Selected	Topics	in	Arts	Administration	                          3	
AMT3903	 Thèmes	choisis	en	administration	des	arts	/	
             Selected	Topics	in	Arts	Administration	                      3	
AMT3920	 Stage	/	Work	Period	                                             3	
THE3960	 Administration	théâtrale	/	Theatre	Administration	               3

Note(s)
1
    Other courses may be selected in consultation with the coordinating
    committee of the program.




                                                 Course descriptions and the recommended course of
                                                 studies are available on the Faculty of Arts website —
                                                 www.arts.uOttawa.ca
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 ARTS (GENERAL)
 These programs provide you not only with a solid general education                   3 credits from:
 in a setting known for its vibrancy, but also with the opportunity to                PHI1102	     Moral	Reasoning	                                                       3	
 take a range of courses in Arts-specific fields (fine arts, humanities,              PHI1103	     Fundamental	Philosophical	Questions	                                   3
 languages and literatures) or in other faculties. You can also do a minor
                                                                                      PHI1104	     Great	Philosophers	                                                    3	
 in	a	specific	subject,	like	foreign	languages,	art	history,	music,	theatre,	
 communication, history, geography, religious studies or linguistics.                 A	minor	of	30	credits	offered	by	the	Faculty	of	Arts
 The curriculum is geared to students looking for a broad education,                  48	elective	credits
 because it allows you to explore several disciplines before concentrating
 on one field later on.                                                               Four-Year Bachelor of Arts with Major                               120 credits
 Undergraduate Studies                                                                Registration starts in second year.
 •	   Three-year	General	Bachelor	of	Arts
                                                                                      A minimum of 27 credits at the 3000 level and above is required.
 •	   Three-year	General	Bachelor	of	Arts	with	Minor
 •	   Four-year	Bachelor	of	Arts	with	Major                                           ENG1100	     Workshop	in	Essay	Writing	                                             3	
 •	   Four-year	Bachelor	of	Arts	with	Two	Minors                                      PHI1101	     Reasoning	and	Critical	Thinking	                                       3	
 Career Opportunities                                                                 3 credits from:
 These programs can lead to careers in the public and private sectors or              ENG1120	     Literature	and	Composition	I:	Prose	Fiction	                           3	
 to professional studies in law, medicine and education.                              ENG1121	     Literature	and	Composition	II:	Drama	and	Poetry	                       3	
                                                                                      3 credits from:
 Bachelor’s Program Structure
                                                                                      PHI1102	     Moral	Reasoning	                                                       3	
 The Faculty of Arts programs have 120 credits, with the exception of the
 General Bachelor of Arts which has 90. A bachelor’s degree is made up                PHI1103	     Fundamental	Philosophical	Questions	                                   3	
 of basic skills, disciplinary and elective courses.                                  PHI1104	     Great	Philosophers	                                                    3

 See	the	table	on	page	7	for	the	possible	combinations	and	the	                       A	major	of	42	credits	offered	by	the	Faculty	of	Arts	or	two	minors	with	at	least	
 distribution of credits.                                                                one offered by the Faculty of Arts.
                                                                                      66	or	48	elective	credits
 Three-Year General Bachelor of Arts                                  90 credits
                                                                                      Four-Year Bachelor of Arts
 A minimum of 12 credits at the 3000 level and above is required.                     with Two Minors                                                     120 credits
 ENG1100	     Workshop	in	Essay	Writing	                                         3	
                                                                                      Registration starts in second year.
 PHI1101	     Reasoning	and	Critical	Thinking	                                   3	
                                                                                      A minimum of 27 credits at the 3000 level and above is required.
 3 credits from:
 ENG1120	     Literature	and	Composition	I:	Prose	Fiction	                       3	   ENG1100	     Workshop	in	Essay	Writing	                                             3	
 ENG1121	     Literature	and	Composition	II:	Drama	and	Poetry	                   3	   PHI1101	     Reasoning	and	Critical	Thinking	                                       3

 3 credits from:                                                                      3 credits from:
 PHI1102	     Moral	Reasoning	                                                   3	   ENG1120	     Literature	and	Composition	I:	Prose	Fiction	                           3	
 PHI1103	     Fundamental	Philosophical	Questions	                               3	   ENG1121	     Literature	and	Composition	II:	Drama	and	Poetry	                       3	
 PHI1104	     Great	Philosophers	                                                3	   3 credits from:
                                                                                      PHI1102	     Moral	Reasoning	                                                       3	
 12	ENG	credits	at	the	2000	or	3000	level
                                                                                      PHI1103	     Fundamental	Philosophical	Questions	                                   3	
 2	groups	of	18	credits	in	two	fields	other	than	ENG,	including	one	offered	by	the	
    Faculty of Arts                                                                   PHI1104	     Great	Philosophers	                                                    3	
 30	elective	credits                                                                  1	minor	of	30	credits	offered	by	the	Faculty	of	Arts
                                                                                      1	other	minor	of	30	credits
 Three-Year General Bachelor                                                          48	elective	credits
 of Arts with Minor                                                   90 credits
 A minimum of 12 credits at the 3000 level and above is required.
 ENG1100	     Workshop	in	Essay	Writing	                                         3	
 PHI1101	     Reasoning	and	Critical	Thinking	                                   3	
 3 credits from:
 ENG1120	     Literature	and	Composition	I:	Prose	Fiction	                       3	
 ENG1121	     Literature	and	Composition	II:	Drama	and	Poetry	                   3	       Course descriptions and the recommended course of
                                                                                          studies are available on the Faculty of Arts website —
                                                                                          www.arts.uOttawa.ca




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ASIAN STUDIES
The	Department	of	Modern	Languages	and	Literatures	offers	a	                        HIS3175	       A	History	of	the	Vietnam	Wars	                                     3	
minor in Asian studies. Chinese, with more than 1.1 billion speakers,               HIS3180	       Selected	Topics	in	Asian	History	                                  3	
represents the world’s largest linguistic community, while Japanese is              HIS4184	       Seminar	in	Asian	History	                                          3	
the language of the world’s second-largest economy. Besides Chinese
                                                                                    JPN2101	       Modern	Japanese	Culture	                                           3	
and Japanese language courses at all levels, the program features topics
                                                                                    JPN3102	       Special	Topics	in	East	Asian	Culture	                              3	
in Asian culture, literature, history, religion, philosophy, anthropology,
politics,	and	development.	It	is	designed	to	give	you	a	comprehensive	              PHI2389	       Asian	Philosophy	                                                  3	
understanding of Asia’s multi-faceted role in the contemporary world                SRS3312	       Hinduism	                                                          3	
and of its historical and cultural transformations. The wide range of skills        SRS3313	       Buddhism	                                                          3	
and knowledge you acquire not only gives you important academic                     SRS3318	       Religions	in	China	and	Japan	                                      3	
assets, but also prepares you for interesting careers in both the public
and private sectors.                                                                6 credits from the courses offered at the Faculty of Social Sciences2
                                                                                    ANT3343	 Anthropology	of	Asia	                                                    3	
Undergraduate Studies                                                               DVM4125	 International	Development	Issues	in	Asia	                                3	
•	 Minor	in	Asian	Studies                                                           POL3114	     Politics	in	Asia	                                                    3	
                                                                                    SCS3170	     Selected	Topics	in	Asian	Studies:	Socio-Political	Issues	            3	
Language of Instruction
The language courses are taught in Chinese or in Japanese.                          12 optional credits from courses offered at the Faculty of Arts and the Faculty
Other courses are offered in either English or French.                                 of	Social	Sciences.2
Specific Admission Requirements                                                     Note(s)
Students	who	already	know	the	language	must	take	a	placement	test	                  		Students	whose	level	of	proficiency	is	higher	than	elementary	Chinese	or	
                                                                                    1

that serves to evaluate their actual proficiency and may exempt them                  Japanese,	as	established	by	a	placement	test,	will	either	take	6	credits	at	
from certain basic courses.                                                           the	intermediate	or	advanced	level	or	6	credits	in	the	other	language.	
                                                                                    2
                                                                                        A maximum of 9 credits in a given discipline.
Career Opportunities
This program leads to a career in the diplomatic service, foreign affairs,
international business, tourism or cultural affairs.

Bachelor’s Program Structure
The Faculty of Arts programs have 120 credits, with the exception of the
General Bachelor of Arts which has 90. A bachelor’s degree is made up
of basic skills, disciplinary and elective courses.
See	the	table	on	page	7	for	the	possible	combinations	and	the	
distribution of credits.


Minor in Asian Studies                                              30 credits
Complementary program offered only as a second discipline.
No direct entry.

6 language credits in one of the following:
CHN1901	 Cours	élémentaire	de	chinois	I	/	Introduction	to	Chinese	I1	          3	
CHN1902	 Cours	élémentaire	de	chinois	II	/	Introduction	to	Chinese	II1	        3	
   OR
JPN1901	    Cours	élémentaire	de	japonais	I	/	Introduction	to	Japanese	I1	     3	
JPN1902	    Cours	élémentaire	de	japonais	II	/	Introduction	to	Japanese	II1	   3	
6 credits from the courses offered at the Faculty of Arts2
ASI3110	     Selected	Topics	in	Asian	Studies:	Cultural	Issues	                3	
CHN2101	 Modern	Chinese	Culture	                                               3	
CHN3102	 Special	Topics	in	East	Asian	Culture	                                 3
ENG2143	 Literature	of	Asia	and	the	Asian	Diaspora	                            3	
GEG4702	 Le	développement	des	villes	en	Chine	                                 3	
HIS2175	     Southeast	Asian	Civilizations	to	the	18th	Century	                3	
HIS2176	     Southeast	Asian	Civilizations	from	the	
             18th	Century	to	the	Present	                                      3	
HIS2177	     History	of	East	Asia	from	Antiquity	to	1600	                      3	         Course descriptions and the recommended course of
HIS2178	     History	of	East	Asia	from	1600	to	the	Present	                    3	         studies are available on the Faculty of Arts website —
                                                                                          www.arts.uOttawa.ca




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 CANADIAN STUDIES
 Interested	in	exploring	the	history,	culture,	literature,	politics	and	         List of Optional Courses
 economy of this country? Then Ottawa is your destination of choice.
                                                                                 ANT2126	   Native	Peoples	of	the	Americas	                                 3	
 The	Institute	of	Canadian	Studies	was	founded	to	explore	the	complexity	
 of Canada and promote a deeper understanding of our country.                    APA3123	   Hockey	and	Canadian	Culture	                                    3
                                                                                 APA4115	   Sport	and	Identities	                                           3	
 The Faculty of Arts also offers a minor in Jewish Canadian studies.
                                                                                 ART3334	   Canadian	Art	and	Cultural	Identities	                           3	
 Undergraduate Studies                                                           ART3354	   Inuit	and	Amerindian	Art	                                       3	
 •	 Major	in	Canadian	Studies                                                    CDN1300	   Introduction	to	Jewish	Canadian	Studies	                        3	
 •	 Minor	in	Canadian	Studies                                                    CDN2105	   History	of	the	Jews	of	Canada	                                  3	
                                                                                 CDN3100	   Histories	and	Perceptions	of	History	in	Canada	                 3
 Graduate Studies                                                                CDN3102	   Selected	Topics	in	Jewish	Canadian	Studies	                     3	
 •	 Collaborative	program	in	Canadian	studies	at	the	PhD	level	
                                                                                 CDN3383	   Jewish	Canadian	Writers	                                        3
 Language of Instruction                                                         CDN4101	   Selected	Topics	in	Canadian	Studies	                            3	
 The programs are offered in English and French. However, students               CIN3197	   Canadian	and	Quebec	Cinema	I:	Fiction	                          3	
 registered	in	the	major	must	satisfy	with	a	second-language	                    CIN3198	   Canadian	and	Quebec	Cinema	II:	Documentary	                     3	
 requirement.                                                                    CMN2181	   Intercultural	Communication	                                    3	
                                                                                 CMN3165	   Media	Industries	                                               3	
 Career Opportunities                                                            EAS1101	   Introduction	to	Aboriginal	Societies	and	Cultures	              3	
 Employers are aware that our graduates know Canada better than
                                                                                 ECO2113	   Canada	and	the	World	Economy	                                   3	
 anyone. Their skills are highly sought after in fields such as political
 analysis, diplomatic service and public administration.                         ECO2115	   Introduction	to	Money	and	Banking	                              3	
                                                                                 ECO2122	   Economic	Dimensions	of	Canada-United	States	Relations	          3	
 Bachelor’s Program Structure                                                    ECO2146	   Introduction	to	Canadian	Economic	History	                      3	
 The Faculty of Arts programs have 120 credits, with the exception of the        ECO4136	   Economics	of	the	Environment	                                   3	
 General Bachelor of Arts which has 90. A bachelor’s degree is made up           ENG2400	   Introduction	to	Canadian	Literature	                            6	
 of basic skills, disciplinary and elective courses.                             ENG3321	   Canadian	Short	Story	                                           3	
 See	the	table	on	page	7	for	the	possible	combinations	and	the	                  ENG3381	   Native	Writing	in	Canada	                                       3	
 distribution of credits.                                                        ENG3384	   Canadian	Literature:	The	Colonial	Period	(1760-1866)	           3
                                                                                 ENG3385	   Canadian	Literature	of	the	Confederation	Period	(1867-1912)	    3	
                                                                                 ENG3386	   Canadian	Fiction	of	the	20th	Century	to	Mid-Century	            3	
 Major in Canadian Studies                                         42 credits    ENG3387	   Canadian	Fiction	of	the	20th	Century	since	Mid-Century	         3	
 (multidisciplinary program with a second-language requirement)                  ENG3388	   Canadian	Poetry	of	the	20th	Century	                            3	
                                                                                 FEM3301	   Women’s	Issues	in	Canada	                                       3	
 Students may satisfy the second-language requirement in one of                  FRA2545	   Littérature	et	culture	de	l’Ontario	français	                   3	
 the following ways:
                                                                                 FRA3545	   Littérature	contemporaine	de	l’Ontario	français	                3	
 •	 Passing	FLS3500	–	Compétence	en	langue	seconde	:	                            FRA3546	   Francophonies	d’Amérique	du	Nord	                               3	
    formation et évaluation                                                      FRA3559	   La	langue	française	au	Canada	:	étude	philologique	             3	
 •	 Passing	3	credits	of	courses	of	the	Major	in	Canadian	Studies	
                                                                                 FRA3595	   Auteur	majeur	québécois	                                        3	
    in French
                                                                                 FRA3746	   Théâtres	de	la	francophonie	canadienne	                         3	
 •	 Passing	3	credits	of	courses	of	the	Major	in	Canadian	Studies	
    in immersion in French                                                       FRA3754	   Le	roman	québécois	de	1900	à	1970	                              3	
 •	 Passing	6	credits	of	second-language	courses	(FLS	courses)                   FRA3755	   Le	roman	québécois	depuis	1970	                                 3	
                                                                                 FRA3784	   La	littérature	canadienne	des	origines	à	1895	                  3	
 French immersion is available when taking this program as part                  HIS1101	   The	Making	of	Canada	                                           3	
 of an honours degree.                                                           HIS2182	   Women	in	Canada	                                                3	
 CDN1100	     Introduction	to	Canadian	Studies	                             3    HIS2307	   History	of	the	Native	Peoples	in	Canada,	from	the	
 CDN2300	     Methodology	of	Documentary	Research	in	Canadian	Studies	      3	              Origins	to	the	Present	                                         3	
 GEG2109	     Canada	and	its	Regions	                                       3	   HIS2361	   New	France	                                                     3
 POL2101	     Introduction	to	Canadian	Politics	                            3	   HIS2362	   British	North	America,	1763-1867	                               3	
 SOC2309	     Canadian	Society	                                             3	   HIS2363	   Canada,	1867-1939	                                              3	
 CDN3120	     Francophones	in	Canada	                                       3	   HIS2364	   Contemporary	Canada	                                            3	
 CDN4100	     Contemporary	Issues	in	Canada	                                3	   LIN2784	   Le	français	du	Canada	                                          3	
                                                                                 LIN2786	   Lexicologie	du	français	parlé	au	Canada	                        3	
 21 credits of optional courses to be chosen from the list                       LSR1105	   Leisure	in	Canadian	Society	                                    3	
                                                                                 LSR2135	   Recreation	and	Political	Processes	                             3	
                                                                                 MUS4323	   Survey	of	Music	in	Canada	                                      3	
                                                                                 POL3525	   Pouvoir	municipal	au	Canada	                                    3	
                                                                                 POL3528	   La	vie	politique	au	Québec	                                     3	




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POL3535	     Politique	et	francophonie	en	Ontario	                              3	   EAS1101	     Introduction	to	Aboriginal	Societies	and	Cultures	                 3	
POL3146	     Canadian	Foreign	Policy	                                           3	   ECO2113	     Canada	and	the	World	Economy	                                      3	
POL3148	     North	American	Relations	                                          3	   ECO2115	     Introduction	to	Money	and	Banking	                                 3	
POL3159	     Indigenous	Politics	and	Governance	in	Canada	                      3	   ECO2122	     Economic	Dimensions	of	Canada-United	States	Relations	             3	
POL3160	     Health	Politics	and	Policy	in	Canada	                              3	   ECO2146	     Introduction	to	Canadian	Economic	History	                         3
POL4130	     Economic	Policies	in	Canada	                                       3	   ENG2400	     Introduction	to	Canadian	Literature	                               6	
POL4132	     Environmental	Politics	and	Policy	in	Canada	                       3	   ENG3321	     Canadian	Short	Story	                                              3	
POL4133	     The	Canadian	State	and	Social	Policy	in	Canada	                    3    ENG3381	     Native	Writing	in	Canada	                                          3	
POL4134	     Law,	Politics,	and	the	Constitution	in	Canada	                     3	   ENG3384	     Canadian	Literature:	The	Colonial	Period	(1760-1866)	              3	
POL4150	     Electoral	Systems	and	Political	Parties	                           3	   ENG3385	     Canadian	Literature	of	the	Confederation	Period	(1867-1912)	       3	
POL4151	     Interest	Groups	and	Social	Movements	in	Canada	                    3	   ENG3386	     Canadian	Fiction	of	the	20th	Century	to	Mid-Century	               3	
POL4153	     Canadian	Federalism	                                               3    ENG3387	     Canadian	Fiction	of	the	20th	Century	since	Mid-Century	            3	
POL4154	     Parliamentary	Government	in	Canada	                                3    ENG3388	     Canadian	Poetry	of	the	20th	Century	                               3	
POL4157	     Intergovernmental	Relations	and	Public	Policy	                     3	   FEM3301	     Women’s	Issues	in	Canada	                                          3	
POL4166	     Social	and	Political	Thought	in	Canada	                            3    FRA2545	     Littérature	et	culture	de	l’Ontario	français	                      3	
POL4183	     Public	Policy	and	the	Politics	of	Risk	                            3    FRA3545	     Littérature	contemporaine	de	l’Ontario	français	                   3	
POL4565	     Développement	des	idéologies	sociales	et	politiques	au	Québec	     3	   FRA3546	     Francophonies	d’Amérique	du	Nord	                                  3	
SOC3705	     Sociologie	de	la	société	franco-ontarienne	                        3	   FRA3559	     La	langue	française	au	Canada	:	étude	philologique	                3	
SRS1191	     Religion	and	Culture	in	Canada	                                    3	   FRA3595	     Auteur	majeur	québécois	                                           3
SRS2386	     History	of	Religion	in	Canada	                                     3	   FRA3746	     Théâtres	de	la	francophonie	canadienne	                            3
SRS3385	     Religion	and	Multiculturalism	in	Canada	                           3	   FRA3754	     Le	roman	québécois	de	1900	à	1970	                                 3	
THE3347	     Theatre	in	English	Canada	                                         3	   FRA3755	     Le	roman	québécois	depuis	1970	                                    3	
                                                                                     GEG2109	     Canada	and	its	Regions	                                            3	
Other	courses	may	be	selected	in	consultation	with	the	Director	of	the	Institute	
                                                                                     HIS1101	     The	Making	of	Canada	                                              3	
of	Canadian	Studies.
                                                                                     HIS2182	     Women	in	Canada	                                                   3	
Minor in Canadian Studies                                           30 credits       HIS2307	     History	of	the	Native	Peoples	in	Canada,	
                                                                                                  from	the	Origins	to	the	Present	                                   3	
Complementary program offered only as a second discipline.                           HIS2361	     New	France	                                                        3	
No direct entry.                                                                     HIS2362	     British	North	America,	1763-1867	                                  3	
CDN1100	     Introduction	to	Canadian	Studies	                                  3	   HIS2363	     Canada,	1867-1939	                                                 3	
CDN2300	     Methodology	of	Documentary	Research	in	Canadian	Studies	           3	   HIS2364	     Contemporary	Canada	                                               3	
                                                                                     LIN2784	     Le	français	du	Canada	                                             3	
6	optional	CDN	credits	from	the	list	below                                           LIN2786	     Lexicologie	du	français	parlé	au	Canada	                           3	
18	optional	credits	from	the	list	below                                              LSR1105	     Leisure	in	Canadian	Society	                                       3
                                                                                     LSR2135	     Recreation	and	Political	Processes	                                3	
List of Optional Courses                                                             POL2101	     Introduction	to	Canadian	Politics	                                 3	
ANT2126	     Native	Peoples	of	the	Americas	                                    3	   POL3525	     Pouvoir	municipal	au	Canada	                                       3	
APA3123	     Hockey	and	Canadian	Culture	                                       3	   POL3528	     La	vie	politique	au	Québec	                                        3	
ART3334	     Canadian	Art	and	Cultural	Identities	                              3	   POL3535	     Politique	et	francophonie	en	Ontario	                              3	
ART3354	     Inuit	and	Amerindian	Art	                                          3	   POL3146	     Canadian	Foreign	Policy	                                           3	
CDN1300	     Introduction	to	Jewish	Canadian	Studies	                           3	   POL3159	     Indigenous	Politics	and	Governance	in	Canada	                      3	
CDN2105	     History	of	the	Jews	of	Canada	                                     3	   POL3160	     Health	Politics	and	Policy	in	Canada	                              3	
CDN3100	     Histories	and	Perceptions	of	History	in	Canada	                    3	   SOC2309	     Canadian	Society	                                                  3	
CDN3102	     Selected	Topics	in	Jewish	Canadian	Studies	                        3	   SOC3705	     Sociologie	de	la	société	franco-ontarienne	                        3	
CDN3120	     Francophones	in	Canada	                                            3	   SRS1191	     Religion	and	Culture	in	Canada	                                    3	
CDN3383	     Jewish	Canadian	Writers	                                           3	   SRS2386	     History	of	Religion	in	Canada	                                     3	
CDN4100	     Contemporary	Issues	in	Canada	                                     3	   SRS3385	     Religion	and	Multiculturalism	in	Canada	                           3	
CDN4101	     Selected	Topics	in	Canadian	Studies	                               3	   THE3347	     Theatre	in	English	Canada	                                         3	
CIN3197	     Canadian	and	Quebec	Cinema	I:	Fiction	                             3	   Other	courses	may	be	selected	in	consultation	with	the	Director	of	the	Institute	
CIN3198	     Canadian	and	Quebec	Cinema	II:	Documentary	                        3	   of	Canadian	Studies.
CMN2181	     Intercultural	Communication	                                       3	
CMN3165	     Media	Industries	                                                  3	




                                                Course descriptions and the recommended course of
                                                studies are available on the Faculty of Arts website —
                                                www.arts.uOttawa.ca
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 C E LT I C S T U D I E S
 The	Department	of	Modern	Languages	and	Literatures	is	offering	a	                   CLT2110	    The	Music	of	the	Celtic	Peoples	                            3
 minor	in	Celtic	Studies,	and	with	the	significant	growth	of	courses	in	this	          OR
 area at the University of Ottawa, the program allows you to explore the             CLT2510	    La	musique	des	peuples	celtiques	                           3	
 full	range	of	subjects	associated	with	the	discipline,	starting	with	the	
 modern	Celtic	languages	(Irish,	Scottish	Gaelic,	Welsh	and	Breton).
                                                                                     CLT2130	    Early	Celtic	Literature	                                    3	
 The program also includes courses devoted to the rich cultures of the
                                                                                     CLT2131	    Medieval	Celtic	Literature	                                 3	
 Celtic world during antiquity in Continental Europe and during the early
                                                                                     CLT2150	    Celtic	Christianity	                                        3	
 Middle	Ages	in	Ireland,	Scotland	and	Wales.	The	study	of	today’s	Celtic	
 nations	in	Western	Europe	and	the	Americas	is	also	an	integral	part	of	             CLT2155	    The	Celtic	Woman:	Between	Myth	and	Reality	                 3
 the program.                                                                        CLT2170	    Arthur	of	the	Celts	                                        3	
                                                                                     CLT2300	    Celtic	Cultures	in	Transition	                              3	
 What’s	more,	by	definition,	this	field	brings	many	disciplines	together,	
 including linguistics, archaeology, classical studies, medieval studies,            6 credits from:
 as well as ancestral languages, sociolinguistics and dialectology. On               CLT3140	     The	Celtic	Iron	Age	                                       3	
 the strength of such a multidisciplinary approach, you gain a thorough              CLT3180	     The	Celtic	Languages:	Language	Promotion	in	Practice	      3	
 understanding	of	the	importance	of	the	Celtic	roots	of	Britain,	Ireland,	
                                                                                     CLT3330	     Special	Topics	in	Celtic	Studies	                          3	
 France and parts of Central Europe, and of the vitality of Celtic cultures
 wherever Celtic people have settled or lived from ancient times into the            CLT3999	     Recherche	dirigée	/	Guided	Research	                       3	
 21st century.

 Undergraduate Studies
 •	 Minor	in	Celtic	Studies

 Language of Instruction
 Except for those in the Celtic languages, almost all courses are taught
 in English.

 Specific Admission Requirements
 If	you	already	know	Irish,	Scottish	Gaelic,	Welsh	or	Breton,	you	must	
 undergo a language-proficiency test to determine if you can be exempt
 from certain basic courses.

 Career Opportunities
 This program can lead to careers in museums, libraries, the public service
 and in international organizations.

 Bachelor’s Program Structure
 The Faculty of Arts programs have 120 credits, with the exception of the
 General Bachelor of Arts which has 90. A bachelor’s degree is made up
 of basic skills, disciplinary and elective courses.
 See	the	table	on	page	7	for	the	possible	combinations	and	the	
 distribution of credits.


 Minor in Celtic Studies                                               30 credits
 Complementary program offered only as a second discipline.
 No direct entry.
 CLT1132	     Introduction	to	the	Celtic	World	                                 3	
 6 credits from:
 CLT1100	     Scottish	Gaelic	Language	and	Culture	I	                           3	
 CLT1110	     Irish	Language	and	Culture	I	                                     3	
 CLT1120	     Welsh	Language	and	Culture	I	                                     3	
 15 credits from:
 CLT1101	     Scottish	Gaelic	Language	and	Culture	II	                          3	
 CLT1111	     Irish	Language	and	Culture	II	                                    3	
 CLT1121	     Welsh	Language	and	Culture	II	                                    3	
 CLT1530	     Introduction	à	la	langue	et	à	la	culture	bretonnes	I	             3	       Course descriptions and the recommended course of
 CLT1531	     Introduction	à	la	langue	et	à	la	culture	bretonnes	II	            3	       studies are available on the Faculty of Arts website —
                                                                                         www.arts.uOttawa.ca




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CLASSICAL STUDIES / CLASSICS
Unlock	the	secrets	of	Western	civilization.	Benefit	not	only	from	small	           3 credits from:
classes, but also from resources such as a slide library containing over           CLA2120	     Greek	Art	                                                            3
40,000	images	(one	of	the	largest	in	the	world),	a	departmental	reading	           CLA2121	     Roman	Art	                                                            3
room, and an on-campus museum with artefacts from the classical
                                                                                   CLA2122	     Greek	Wisdom	                                                         3
Mediterranean	world.	
                                                                                   CLA2380	 Greek	philosophy	or	the	Birth	of	Philosophy	                              3
The classics program has mandatory courses in Greek and Latin,                     CLA2382	 Bible	and	Culture	II:	Texts	and	Traditions	of	Early	Christianity	         3
but students in the classical studies program, or from other programs,             CLA2383	 Jews	and	Christians	in	Late	Antiquity	                                    3	
may choose some of these language classes as electives.
                                                                                   CLA3163	     Women	in	Early	Christianity	                                          3	
Undergraduate Studies                                                              CLA3333	 Religions	of	the	Graeco-Roman	World	                                      3	
•	   Honours	BA	with	Specialization	in	Classical	Studies                           CLA3370	 Plato:	the	Philosopher	as	Legislator	                                     3	
•	   Honours	BA	with	Specialization	in	Classics                                    CLA3380	 Aristotle	or	the	Search	for	Happiness	                                    3	
•	   Major	in	Classical	Studies
•	   Minor	in	Classical	Studies                                                    3	CLA	or	LCL	credits	at	the	4000	level
•	   Joint	Honours	BA	in	Classics	and	Philosophy                                   12	CLA	or	LCL	credits	at	the	3000	or	4000	level
                                                                                   9 CLA or LCL credits
Graduate Studies
•	 Master	of	Arts	in	Classical	Studies	(MA)                                        48	elective	credits
                                                                                      OR
Career Opportunities                                                               A	minor	of	30	credits	plus	18	elective	credits	
The classics program gives you a broad educational foundation that
can lead to a rewarding career in virtually any field. Employment
                                                                                   Note(s)
opportunities can be found in museums, archaeology, anthropology
                                                                                   Those	wishing	to	continue	on	to	an	MA	in	Classical	Studies	at	the	University	of	
and ethnology, among other fields.
                                                                                   Ottawa should have completed a minimum of 12 credits of Ancient Greek and
                                                                                   12 credits of Latin as optional courses.
Bachelor’s Program Structure
The Faculty of Arts programs have 120 credits, with the exception of the           Honours BA with Specialization
General Bachelor of Arts which has 90. A bachelor’s degree is made up
of basic skills, disciplinary and elective courses.                                in Classics                                                         120 credits
See	the	table	on	page	7	for	the	possible	combinations	and	the	                     ENG1100	     Workshop	in	Essay	Writing	                                            3
distribution of credits.                                                           PHI1101	     Reasoning	and	Critical	Thinking	                                      3
                                                                                   3 credits from:
Honours BA with Specialization                                                     ENG1120	     Literature	and	Composition	I:	Prose	Fiction	                          3
in Classical Studies                                                120 credits    ENG1121	     Literature	and	Composition	II:	Drama	and	Poetry	                      3
                                                                                   3 credits from:
French immersion is available.
                                                                                   PHI1102	     Moral	Reasoning	                                                      3
ENG1100	     Workshop	in	Essay	Writing	                                       3	   PHI1103	     Fundamental	Philosophical	Questions	                                  3
PHI1101	     Reasoning	and	Critical	Thinking	                                 3	   PHI1104	     Great	Philosophers	                                                   3
3 credits from:
ENG1120	     Literature	and	Composition	I:	Prose	Fiction	                     3	   LCL1101	     Latin	I	                                                              3
ENG1121	     Literature	and	Composition	II:	Drama	and	Poetry	                 3	   LCL1102	     Latin	II	                                                             3
                                                                                   LCL2101	     Latin	III	                                                            3
3 credits from:
                                                                                   LCL2151	     Ancient	Greek	I	                                                      3
PHI1102	     Moral	Reasoning	                                                 3	
                                                                                   LCL2152	     Ancient	Greek	II	                                                     3
PHI1103	     Fundamental	Philosophical	Questions	                             3	
                                                                                   LCL3100	     Selections	from	Latin	Authors	                                        3
PHI1104	     Great	Philosophers	                                              3	
                                                                                   LCL3151	     Ancient	Greek	III	                                                    3
                                                                                   LCL3355	     Selections	from	Greek	Authors	                                        3
CLA1101	     Greek	Civilization	                                              3	
CLA1102	     Roman	Civilization	                                              3	
                                                                                   LCL3100	     Selections	from	Latin	Authors	                                        3
CLA2101	     The	Beginnings	of	Greek	Civilization	                            3	
                                                                                   LCL4100	     Latin	Authors	                                                        3
CLA2102	     Athens,	Persia	and	Sparta	                                       3	
                                                                                   LCL4100	     Latin	Authors	                                                        3
CLA2103	     The	Republic	                                                    3	
                                                                                   LCL4100	     Latin	Authors	                                                        3
CLA2104	     The	Early	Empire	                                                3	
                                                                                     OR
CLA2110	     Archaeological	Methods	and	Techniques	                           3	
                                                                                   LCL3355	     Selections	from	Greek	Authors	                                        3
CLA2323	     Greek	Mythology	                                                 3	
                                                                                   LCL4150	     Greek	Authors	                                                        3
CLA3110	     Topics	in	Ancient	History	I	                                     3	
                                                                                   LCL4150	     Greek	Authors	                                                        3
CLA3130	     Topics	in	Greek	and	Latin	Literature	in	Translation	             3	
                                                                                   LCL4150	     Greek	Authors	                                                        3
CLA4150	     Ancient	History	Seminar	                                         3	




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24	optional	courses	in	LCL	and	CLA                                                  12 optional credits in CLA or LCL
                                                                                    6	optional	credits	in	CLA	or	LCL	at	the	3000	and	4000	level
48	elective	credits
   OR                                                                               This	program	cannot	be	combined	with	the	Honours	with	Specialization	
A	minor	of	30	credits	plus	18	elective	credits	                                     in Classics.

Note(s)                                                                             Joint Honours BA in
Students	who	wish	to	pursue	graduate	studies	must	have	completed	12	credits	        Classics and Philosophy                                         120 credits
in Latin and 12 credits in Greek.
                                                                                    ENG1100	     Workshop	in	Essay	Writing	                                     3	
Major in Classical Studies                                          42 credits
                                                                                    3 credits from:
French immersion is available when taking this program as part of an                ENG1120	     Literature	and	Composition	I:	Prose	Fiction	                   3	
honours degree.                                                                     ENG1121	     Literature	and	Composition	II:	Drama	and	Poetry	               3	
CLA1101	     Greek	Civilization	                                               3	   Classics                                                          (48 credits)
CLA1102	     Roman	Civilization	                                               3	
                                                                                    CLA1101	     Greek	Civilization	                                            3
                                                                                      OR
CLA2101	     The	Beginnings	of	Greek	Civilization	                             3	   CLA1102	     Roman	Civilization	                                            3
CLA2102	     Athens,	Persia	and	Sparta	                                        3	
  OR                                                                                LCL1101	     Latin	I	                                                       3	
CLA2103	     The	Republic	                                                     3	   LCL1102	     Latin	II	                                                      3	
CLA2104	     The	Early	Empire	                                                 3    CLA2323	     Greek	Mythology	                                               3	
                                                                                    LCL2151	     Ancient	Greek	I	                                               3	
CLA3110	     Topics	in	Ancient	History	I	                                      3    LCL2152	     Ancient	Greek	II	                                              3	
CLA3130	     Topics	in	Greek	and	Latin	Literature	in	Translation	              3    6 credits in one of the following groups:
3 credits from:                                                                     CLA2101	      The	Beginnings	of	Greek	Civilization	                         3	
CLA2110	     Archaeological	Methods	and	Techniques	                            3	   CLA2102	      Athens,	Persia	and	Sparta	                                    3	
CLA2120	     Greek	Art	                                                        3	      OR
CLA2121	     Roman	Art	                                                        3	   CLA2103	      The	Republic	                                                 3	
CLA2122	     Greek	Wisdom	                                                     3	   CLA2104	 The	Early	Empire	                                                  3	
CLA2323	 Greek	Mythology	                                                      3	   3 credits from:
CLA2380	 Greek	Philosophy	or	the	Birth	of	Philosophy	                          3	   CLA2105	 Introduction	to	Classical	Archaeology	                             3	
CLA2382	 Bible	and	Culture	II:	Texts	and	Traditions	of	Early	Christianity	     3	   CLA2110	     Archaeological	Methods	and	Techniques	                         3	
CLA2383	 Jews	and	Christians	in	Late	Antiquity	                                3	   CLA2152	     Greeks,	Italians	and	the	Arts	of	the	Near	East	                3	
CLA3163	     Women	in	Early	Christianity	                                      3	   CLA2153	     Classical	Art	and	the	Hellenistic	World	                       3	
CLA3333	 Religions	of	the	Graeco-Roman	World	                                  3	   CLA2154	     Art	in	the	Roman	Empire	                                       3	
CLA3370	 Plato:	the	Philosopher	as	Legislator	                                 3	
                                                                                    6 credits in one of the following groups:
CLA3380	 Aristotle	or	the	Search	for	Happiness	                                3	
                                                                                    LCL2101	      Latin	III	                                                    3
Optional CLA and LCL Courses                                                        LCL3100	      Selections	from	Latin	Authors	                                3	
                                                                                       OR
21	credits	in	CLA	or	LCL	among	which	at	least	6	credits	at	the	4000	level	
                                                                                    LCL3151	      Ancient	Greek	III	                                            3
    and	6*	credits	at	the	3000	or	4000	level	
                                                                                    LCL3355	      Selections	from	Greek	Authors	                                3	
*or	3	credits	if	the	student	has	chosen	a	3000-level	course	in	the	list	of	
    “3	credits	from”	above                                                          LCL4100	     Latin	Authors1	                                                3	
This	program	cannot	be	combined	with	the	Honours	with	Specialization	                 OR
in Classics.                                                                        LCL4150	     Greek	Authors1	                                                3	

This	program	does	not	give	access	to	the	MA	program	in	Classics	at	the	             9 optional credits CLA or LCL
University of Ottawa.
                                                                                    3	optional	CLA	or	LCL	credits	at	the	4000	level

Minor in Classical Studies                                          30 credits      Philosophy                                                        (48 credits)

CLA1101	     Greek	Civilization	                                               3	   PHI1101	     Reasoning	and	Critical	Thinking	                               3	
CLA1102	     Roman	Civilization	                                               3	   3 credits from:
                                                                                    PHI1102	     Moral	Reasoning	                                               3	
CLA2101	     The	Beginnings	of	Greek	Civilization		                            3	   PHI1103	     Fundamental	Philosophical	Questions	                           3	
CLA2102	     Athens,	Persia	and	Sparta		                                       3    PHI1104	     Great	Philosophers	                                            3	
  OR
CLA2103	     The	Republic		                                                    3    PHI2170	     Logic	I	                                                       3	
CLA2104	     The	Early	Empire		                                                3	   PHI2174	     Ethics	                                                        3
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PHI2183	     Political	Philosophy	                                             3
PHI2380	     Greek	Philosophy	or	the	Birth	of	Philosophy	                      3
PHI2382	     Medieval	Philosophy	                                              3
PHI2383	     Modern	Philosophy	                                                3	
PHI3170	     Theory	of	Knowledge	                                              3	
PHI3174	     Metaphysics:	The	Structure	of	Reality	                            3
PHI3377	     Contemporary	Continental	Philosophy	                              3

PHI3397	     Origins	of	Analytic	Philosophy	                                   3	
  OR
PHI3398	     Contemporary	Analytic	Philosophy	                                 3	

6	optional	PHI	credits2
6	optional	PHI	credits	at	the	4000	level

18	elective	credits

Note(s)
	 LCL4100	and	LCL4150	are	repeatable	for	credit	with	different	content	from	year	
1

  to year.
	 The	following	courses	are	recommended:	PHI2312,	PHI3370	and	PHI3380.
2




                                               Course descriptions and the recommended course of
                                               studies are available on the Faculty of Arts website —
                                               www.arts.uOttawa.ca
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 CO M M U N I C AT I O N
 Ours is the information age. Analyzing how information is                          CMN1148	     Introduction	to	Organizational	Communication	                   3	
 gathered, produced and distributed today helps you understand                      CMN1160	     Introduction	to	Media	Studies	                                  3	
 the	communication	processes	that	drive	a	variety	of	settings:	social,	             CMN2101	     Research	Methods	in	Communication	                              3
 cultural,	political,	economic	and	legal.	In	this	program,	you	also	
                                                                                    CMN2130	     Interpersonal	Communication	                                    3
 evaluate the nature and impact of emerging media, such as the
                                                                                    CMN2170	     New	Media	                                                      3	
 internet, arguably the most powerful communication tool of
 our times.                                                                         CMN3102	     Quantitative	Methods	                                           3
                                                                                    CMN3103	     Qualitative	Methods	                                            3
 The	Department	of	Communication	offers	courses	in	two	main	areas:	
                                                                                    CMN3105	     Media	Ethics	                                                   3
 media (press, video production, multimedia, etc.) and organizational
 communication (communication in public and private organizations,                  CMN3109	     Theories	of	Communication	                                      3	
 health communication, public relations, human relations, etc.).                    3 credits in the chosen profile (Media or Organizational):
 Combining theory and practice, our programs develop your critical                  CMN2148	 Organizational	Communication	                                       3
 and analytical skills and prepare you either for a professional career
                                                                                    CMN2160	 Theories	of	the	Media	                                              3
 or for advanced studies.
                                                                                    12	optional	CMN	credits	from	the	chosen	profile	(Media	or	Organizational)
 Undergraduate Studies
                                                                                    6	optional	CMN	credits	at	the	3000	or	4000	level
 •	   Honours	BA	with	Specialization	in	Communication
 •	   Major	in	Communication                                                        9	optional	CMN	credits	at	the	4000	level
 •	   Minor	in	Communication                                                        3	optional	CMN	credits	at	the	4000	level	from	the	chosen	profile	(Media	
 •	   B.A.	spécialisé	bidisciplinaire	en	communication	et	lettres	françaises           or Organizational)
 •	   Joint	Honours	BA	in	Communication	and	Philosophy
 •	   Joint	Honours	BA	in	Communication	and	Political	science                       48	elective	credits
 •	   Joint	Honours	BA	in	Communication	and	Sociology                                  OR
                                                                                    A	minor	of	30	credits	plus	18	elective	credits	
 Graduate Studies
 •	   Master	of	Arts	in	Communication	(MA)
 •	   Master	of	Communication	(MC)
                                                                                    Major in Communication                                            42 credits
 •	   Graduate	Certificate	in	Organizational	Communication                          Co-operative education and French immersion are available when
 •	   Graduate	Certificate	in	Government	Communication                              taken as part of an honours degree.
 Specific Admission Requirements                                                    CMN1148	     Introduction	to	Organizational	Communication	                   3
 A	75	percent	average	is	required	for	admission	to	the	honours	with	                CMN1160	     Introduction	to	Media	Studies	                                  3
 specialization program.                                                            CMN2101	     Research	Methods	in	Communication	                              3
                                                                                    CMN2130	     Interpersonal	Communication	                                    3
 Career Opportunities
 People	with	a	solid	knowledge	of	communication	theory	and	media	                   CMN2170	     New	Media	                                                      3	
 are not in danger of being out of work. A few examples of careers past             CMN3102	     Quantitative	Methods	                                           3	
 graduates have embarked upon include communications consultant,                    CMN3103	     Qualitative	Methods	                                            3	
 media relations officer, political analyst and publicity writer.                   CMN3105	     Media	Ethics	                                                   3
                                                                                    CMN3109	     Theories	of	Communication	                                      3
 Bachelor’s Program Structure                                                       3 credits in the chosen profile (Media and Organizational):
 The Faculty of Arts programs have 120 credits, with the exception of the
                                                                                    CMN2148	 Organizational	Communication	                                       3
 General Bachelor of Arts which has 90. A bachelor’s degree is made up
 of basic skills, disciplinary and elective courses.                                CMN2160	 Theories	of	the	Media	                                              3

 See	the	table	on	page	7	for	the	possible	combinations	and	the	                     6	optional	CMN	credits	from	the	chosen	profile	(Media	or	Organizational)
 distribution of credits.                                                           6	optional	CMN	credits	at	the	4000	level


 Honours BA with Specialization                                                     Minor in Communication                                            30 credits
 in Communication                                                  120 credits      CMN1148	     Introduction	to	Organizational	Communication	                   3	
 Co-operative education and French immersion are available.                         CMN1160	     Introduction	to	Media	Studies	                                  3	

 ENG1100	     Workshop	in	Essay	Writing	                                       3	   3 credits from:
 PHI1101	     Reasoning	and	Critical	Thinking	                                 3	   CMN2148	 Organizational	Communication	                                       3	
                                                                                    CMN2160	 Theories	of	the	Media	                                              3
 3 credits from:
 ENG1120	     Literature	and	Composition	I:	Prose	Fiction	                     3	   15	optional	CMN	credits
 ENG1121	     Literature	and	Composition	II:	Drama	and	Poetry	                 3	   6	optional	CMN	credits	at	the	3000	level	and	above
 3 credits from:
 PHI1102	     Moral	Reasoning	                                                 3	
 PHI1103	     Fundamental	Philosophical	Questions	                             3	
 PHI1104	     Great	Philosophers	                                              3	



www.arts.uOttawa.ca                                                                                University of Ottawa                   Faculty of Arts
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B.A. spécialisé bidisciplinaire en                                                      Joint Honours BA in Communication
communication et lettres françaises                                  120 crédits        and Philosophy                                                  120 credits
Le régime d’enseignement coopératif est offert.                                         French immersion is available.
PHI1501	     Raisonnement	et	pensée	critique	                                      3	   ENG1100	     Workshop	in	Essay	Writing	                                     3	
3 crédits parmi :                                                                       3 credits from:
PHI1502	     Raisonnement	moral	                                                   3	   ENG1120	     Literature	and	Composition	I:	Prose	Fiction	                   3	
PHI1503	     Les	grandes	questions	philosophiques	                                 3	   ENG1121	     Literature	and	Composition	II:	Drama	and	Poetry	               3	
PHI1504	     Les	grands	philosophes	                                               3	
                                                                                        Communication                                                     (48 credits)
Communication                                                           (48 crédits)    CMN1148	     Introduction	to	Organizational	Communication	                  3	
CMN1548	     Introduction	à	la	communication	organisationnelle	                    3	   CMN1160	     Introduction	to	Media	Studies	                                 3	
CMN1560	     Introduction	à	l’étude	des	médias	                                    3    CMN2101	     Research	Methods	in	Communication	                             3
CMN2501	     Méthodes	de	recherche	en	communication	                               3	   CMN2130	     Interpersonal	Communication	                                   3
CMN2530	     Communication	interpersonnelle	                                       3	   CMN2170	     New	Media	                                                     3
CMN2570	     Nouveaux	médias	                                                      3
CMN3502	     Méthodes	quantitatives	                                               3	   CMN2148	     Organizational	Communication	                                  3	
CMN3503	     Méthodes	qualitatives	                                                3	     OR
CMN3505	     Éthique	des	médias	                                                   3    CMN2160	     Theories	of	the	Media	                                         3
CMN3509	     Théories	des	communications	                                          3	
                                                                                        CMN3102	     Quantitative	Methods	                                          3
CMN2548	     Communication	organisationnelle	                                      3    CMN3103	     Qualitative	Methods	                                           3	
  OU                                                                                    CMN3105	     Media	Ethics	                                                  3	
CMN2560	     Théories	des	médias	                                                  3    CMN3109	     Theories	of	Communication	                                     3	
                                                                                        CMN4105	     Ethics	and	Information	Society	                                3	
CMN3562	     Journalisme	culturel	                                                 3	   3 credits from:
  OU                                                                                    CMN4148	 Communication	and	Governmental	Organizations	                      3	
CMN3563	     Journalisme	écrit	                                                    3	
                                                                                        CMN4168	 Communication	and	International	Development	                       3	
6	crédits	optionnels	CMN                                                                CMN4185	 Political	Economy	of	the	Media	                                    3	
9	crédits	optionnels	CMN	de	niveau	4000                                                 6	optional	CMN	credits
                                                                                        6	optional	CMN	credits	at	the	4000	level
Lettres françaises                                                      (48 crédits)
FRA1746	     Littérature	française	:	des	origines	au	XVIIIe	siècle1	               3    Philosophy                                                        (48 credits)
FRA1748	     Littératures	française	et	québécoise	:	du	XIXe	siècle	à	nos	jours1	   3
                                                                                        PHI1101	     Reasoning	and	Critical	Thinking	                               3	
FRA2789	     Grammaire	et	expression	                                              3	
                                                                                        3 credits from:
FRA2548	     Écrits	narratifs	et	descriptifs	                                      3    PHI1102	     Moral	Reasoning	                                               3
  OU                                                                                    PHI1103	     Fundamental	Philosophical	Questions	                           3	
FRA2549	     Contraction	et	synthèse	de	textes	                                    3    PHI1104	     Great	Philosophers	                                            3

18	crédits	optionnels	FRA                                                               PHI2170	     Logic	I	                                                       3	
12	crédits	optionnels	FRA	de	niveau	3000	ou	4000                                        PHI2174	     Ethics	                                                        3	
6	crédits	optionnels	FRA	de	niveau	4000                                                 PHI2183	     Political	Philosophy	                                          3
18	crédits	au	choix                                                                     PHI2380	     Greek	Philosophy	or	the	Birth	of	Philosophy	                   3	
                                                                                        PHI2382	     Medieval	Philosophy	                                           3
Note(s)                                                                                 PHI2383	     Modern	Philosophy	                                             3
	 Le	Département	recommandera	le	cours	FRA2520	aux	étudiants	de	lettres	
1
                                                                                        PHI3170	     Theory	of	Knowledge	                                           3
  françaises	qui	auront	manifesté	de	sérieuses	difficultés	en	grammaire	dans	           PHI3174	     Metaphysics:	The	Structure	of	Reality	                         3
  les	cours	FRA1746	et	FRA1748	(moins	de	50	%	à	la	composante	langue	de	                PHI3377	     Contemporary	Continental	Philosophy	                           3	
  ces cours).
                                                                                        PHI3397	     Origins	of	Analytic	Philosophy	                                3
                                                                                          OR
                                                                                        PHI3398	     Contemporary	Analytic	Philosophy	                              3	

                                                                                        PHI4312	     Problems	in	Contemporary	Ethics	                               3

                                                                                        6	optional	PHI	credits
                                                                                        3	optional	PHI	credits	at	the	4000	level

                                                                                        18	elective	credits
                                                                                                                                                                25


Joint Honours BA in Communication                                                    3 credits from:
and Political Science                                              120 credits       POL3111	     International	Organizations	                                   3	
                                                                                     POL3115	     Comparative	Politics	of	Development	                           3	
Co-operative education and French immersion are available.                           POL4124	     The	Politics	of	Security	                                      3
                                                                                     POL4176	     International	Political	Economy	                               3	
ENG1100	     Workshop	in	Essay	Writing	                                         3
                                                                                     POL4522	 Multilatéralisme	:	formes	et	enjeux	                               3
PHI1101	     Reasoning	and	Critical	Thinking	                                   3	
3 credits from:                                                                      3 credits from:
                                                                                     POL4310	     Honours	Seminar	in	Political	Thought	                          3
ENG1120	     Literature	and	Composition	I:	Prose	Fiction	                       3
                                                                                     POL4320	 Honours	Seminar	in	Canadian	Politics	                              3
ENG1121	     Literature	and	Composition	II:	Drama	and	Poetry	                   3	
                                                                                     POL4330	 Honours	Seminar	in	International	Relations	and	Global	Politics	    3
3 credits from:                                                                      POL4350	 Honours	Seminar	in	Comparative	Politics	                           3
PHI1102	     Moral	Reasoning	                                                   3	
PHI1103	     Fundamental	Philosophical	Questions	                               3    9	optional	POL	credits
PHI1104	     Great	Philosophers	                                                3	   6	optional	POL	credits	at	the	4000	level

Methodology                                                            (3 credits)   15	elective	credits

CMN2101	     Research	Methods	in	Communication	                                 3
  OR
                                                                                     Joint Honours BA in Communication
POL2156	     Foundations	of	Research	in	Political	Science	                      3    and Sociology                                                   120 credits
Communication                                                         (45 credits)   Co-operative education and French immersion are available.
CMN1148	     Introduction	to	Organizational	Communication	                      3	   ENG1100	     Workshop	in	Essay	Writing	                                     3	
CMN1160	     Introduction	to	Media	Studies	                                     3	   PHI1101	     Reasoning	and	Critical	Thinking	                               3	
CMN2130	     Interpersonal	Communication	                                       3	   3 credits from:
                                                                                     ENG1120	     Literature	and	Composition	I:	Prose	Fiction	                   3	
CMN2148	     Organizational	Communication	                                      3	   ENG1121	     Literature	and	Composition	II:	Drama	and	Poetry	               3	
  OR
CMN2160	     Theories	of	the	Media	                                             3    3 credits from:
                                                                                     PHI1102	     Moral	Reasoning	                                               3
CMN2170	     New	Media	                                                         3	   PHI1103	     Fundamental	Philosophical	Questions	                           3	
CMN3102	     Quantitative	Methods	                                              3	   PHI1104	     Great	Philosophers	                                            3	
CMN3103	     Qualitative	Methods	                                               3	
                                                                                     Methodology                                                        (9 credits)
CMN3105	     Media	Ethics	                                                      3	
CMN3109	     Theories	of	Communication	                                         3    CMN2101	     Research	Methods	in	Communication	                             3	
CMN3133	     Political	Communication	                                           3	     OR
                                                                                     SOC2111	     Principles	of	Methodology	                                     3
3 credits from:
CMN4105	 Ethics	and	Information	Society	                                        3	   CMN3102	     Quantitative	Methods	                                          3	
CMN4148	 Communication	and	Governmental	Organizations	                          3	     OR
CMN4168	 Communication	and	International	Development	                           3    SOC3142	     Applied	Statistical	Analysis	                                  3	
CMN4185	 Political	Economy	of	the	Media	                                        3	
                                                                                     CMN3103	     Qualitative	Methods	                                           3	
3	optional	CMN	credits
                                                                                       OR
9	optional	CMN	credits	at	the	4000	level                                             SOC3117	     Qualitative	Research	Laboratory	                               3	
Political Science                                                     (45 credits)   Communication                                                     (39 credits)
POL1101	     Understanding	Politics	                                            3	   CMN1148	     Introduction	to	Organizational	Communication	                  3
POL2101	     Introduction	to	Canadian	Politics	                                 3	   CMN1160	     Introduction	to	Media	Studies	                                 3
POL2103	     Introduction	to	International	Relations	and	Global	Politics	       3	   CMN2130	     Interpersonal	Communication	                                   3
POL2104	     Introduction	to	Comparative	Politics	                              3	
POL2107	     Introduction	to	Political	Thought	                                 3	   CMN2148	     Organizational	Communication	                                  3
POL2108	     Modern	Political	Thought	I	                                        3      OR
POL3102	     Modern	Political	Thought	II	                                       3    CMN2160	     Theories	of	the	Media	                                         3
3 credits from:
POL4134	     Law,	Politics	and	the	Constitution	in	Canada	                      3	   CMN2170	     New	Media	                                                     3
POL4150	     Electoral	Systems	and	Political	Parties	                           3    CMN3105	     Media	Ethics	                                                  3	
POL4151	     Interest	Groups	and	Social	Movements	in	Canada	                    3	   CMN3109	     Theories	of	Communication	                                     3
POL4153	     Canadian	Federalism	                                               3
POL4154	     Parliamentary	Government	in	Canada	                                3
POL4166	 Social	and	Political	Thought	in	Canada	                                3	
POL4565	 Développement	des	idéologies	sociales	et	politiques	au	Québec	         3	
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3 credits from:                                                               3 credits from:
CMN4105	 Ethics	and	Information	Society	                                 3	   SOC2101	 Sociological	Approaches	to	Health,	Illness	and	Medicine	   3	
CMN4148	 Communication	and	Governmental	Organizations	                   3	   SOC2103	 Socio-Anthropology	of	the	Family	                          3
CMN4168	 Communication	and	International	Development	                    3	   SOC2104	 Women,	Men	and	Society	                                    3
CMN4185	 Political	Economy	of	the	Media	                                 3	   SOC2107	 Principles	of	Demography	                                  3
                                                                              SOC2113	     Techniques,	Cultures	and	Environments	                 3	
6	optional	CMN	credits
                                                                              SOC2114	     Diversity:	History,	Issues	and	Challenges	             3	
9	optional	CMN	credits	at	the	4000	level                                      SOC2151	 Globalization:	Sociological	and	Anthropological	Aspects	   3
Sociology                                                      (39 credits)   SOC2300	 Analysis	of	Scientific	Thought	                            3
                                                                              SOC2309	 Canadian	Society	                                          3	
SOC1101	     Principles	of	Sociology	                                    3
                                                                              SOC2312	 Political	Sociology	                                       3
ANT2108	     Fieldwork	                                                  3
                                                                              SOC2708	 Sociologie	des	communautés	francophones	en	situation	
SOC2112	     Classical	Sociological	Theories	                            3                 minoritaire	du	Canada	                                 3
6 credits from:                                                               3 credits from:
SOC3106	 Weber	and	Weberian	Analysis	                                    3	   SOC4103	 Sociology	of	Populations	                                  3	
SOC3126	 Marx	and	Marxist	Analysis	                                      3	   SOC4104	 Family,	Life	Trajectories	and	Society	                     3	
SOC3136	 Durkheim	and	Durkheimian	Analysis	                              3    SOC4121	     Ethnic	and	National	Questions	                         3
                                                                              SOC4127	 Contemporary	Analysis	of	Migration	                        3	
SOC3312	     Theoretical	Currents	in	Contemporary	Sociology	             3    SOC4135	 Local	and	Global	Economic	Relations	                       3	
SOC4117	     Quantitative	Research	Laboratory	                           3    SOC4144	 Social	Change	                                             3
                                                                              SOC4303	 The	Knowledge	Society	and	Social	Organization	             3

                                                                              6	optional	SOC	credits
                                                                              3	optional	SOC	credits	at	the	3000	or	4000	level
                                                                              3	optional	SOC	credits	at	the	4000	level

                                                                              21 elective credits




                                                Course descriptions and the recommended course of
                                                studies are available on the Faculty of Arts website —
                                                www.arts.uOttawa.ca
                                                                                                                                                                       27

 ENGLISH
 Besides providing an excellent base for professional development,                   ENG3318	     Romantic	Literature	                                                    3
 a degree in English literature can offer you unmatched intellectual                 ENG3320	     Modern	British	Literature	                                              3	
 challenges.	The	Department	provides	courses	in	all	major	historical	and	            ENG3323	     Medieval	Literature	I	                                                  3	
 national	areas	of	literature	in	English.	It	also	offers	courses	in	creative	
                                                                                     ENG3339	     Sixteenth-Century	Literature	                                           3	
 writing and literary theory, along with general interest courses in
                                                                                     ENG3340	     Seventeenth-Century	Literature	                                         3
 literature and film, children’s literature, science fiction, and literature
 and the environment.                                                                ENG3341	     Eighteenth-Century	Literature	                                          3	

 Undergraduate Studies                                                               ENG3356	     18th-Century	and	Romantic	Fiction	                                      3
 •	 Honours	BA	with	Specialization	in	English                                          OR
 •	 Major	in	English                                                                 ENG3364	     Victorian	Fiction	                                                      3
 •	 Minor	in	English

 Graduate Studies                                                                    ENG3362	     Victorian	Literature	                                                   3
 •	 Master	of	Arts	in	English	Literature	(MA)                                        ENG3375	     Critical	Theory	                                                        3
 •	 Doctorate	in	English	Literature	(PhD)
                                                                                     6	optional	ENG	credits
 Language of Instruction                                                             6	seminar	credits	at	the	4000	level2
 The language of instruction is English. All assignments and examinations
 must be presented or written in English. However, elective courses may              54	elective	credits
 be completed in English or in French.                                                  OR
                                                                                     A	minor	of	30	credits	plus	24	elective	credits	
 Career Opportunities
 Opportunities	abound	for	English	graduates.	With	well-developed	                    Note(s)
 skills in reading, critical thinking and creative writing, English graduates        	 Students	who	register	as	specialists	in	English	in	their	first	year	are	required	to	
                                                                                     1

 are highly valued and extremely marketable in our knowledge-based                     take	ENG1122	and	ENG1123.	For	students	taking	English	as	a	specialization,	
 economy. Employment opportunities can be found in teaching, writing,                  ENG1122	or	ENG2122	and	ENG1123	or	ENG2123	are	prerequisites	for	
 publishing and the public service.                                                    3000-level	English	courses.	
                                                                                     	 The	4000-level	requirement	can	be	fulfilled	only	by	4000-level	seminar	courses	
                                                                                     2

 Bachelor’s Program Structure                                                          (and not by directed readings, honours essays or writing workshops).
 The Faculty of Arts programs have 120 credits, with the exception of the
 General Bachelor of Arts which has 90. A bachelor’s degree is made up               Major in English                                                         42 credits
 of basic skills, disciplinary and elective courses.
                                                                                     Co-operative education is available when taking this program as part
 See	the	table	on	page	7	for	the	possible	combinations	and	the	
                                                                                     of an honours degree.
 distribution of credits.
                                                                                     ENG1122	     Literature	and	Composition	III:	English	Literature	before	17001	        3	
                                                                                       OR
 Honours BA with Specialization in English 120 credits                               ENG2122	     Literature	and	Composition	III:	English	Literature	before	17001	        3	
 Co-operative education is available.
                                                                                     ENG1123	     Literature	and	Composition	IV:	English	Literature	since	17001	          3	
 PHI1101	    Reasoning	and	Critical	Thinking	                                   3	
                                                                                       OR
 3 credits from:                                                                     ENG2123	     Literature	and	Composition	IV:	English	Literature	since	17001	          3	
 PHI1102	     Moral	Reasoning	                                                  3	
 PHI1103	     Fundamental	Philosophical	Questions	                              3	   ENG2400	     Introduction	to	Canadian	Literature	                                    6	
 PHI1104	     Great	Philosophers	                                               3	   ENG2450	     Introduction	to	American	Literature	                                    6	
                                                                                     9 credits from:
 ENG1122	    Literature	and	Composition	III:	English	Literature	before	17001	   3	   ENG3133	 Elizabethan	Shakespeare	                                                    3	
   OR                                                                                   OR
 ENG2122	    Literature	and	Composition	III:	English	Literature	before	17001	   3	   ENG3134	 Jacobean	Shakespeare	                                                       3	

 ENG1123	    Literature	and	Composition	IV:	English	Literature	since	17001	     3	   ENG3323	     Medieval	Literature	I	                                                  3	
   OR                                                                                ENG3339	     Sixteenth-Century	Literature	                                           3	
 ENG2123	    Literature	and	Composition	IV:	English	Literature	since	17001	     3	
                                                                                     ENG3340	     Seventeenth-Century	Literature	                                         3	

 ENG2400	    Introduction	to	Canadian	Literature	                               6	   9 credits from:
 ENG2450	    Introduction	to	American	Literature	                               6    ENG3318	 Romantic	Literature	                                                        3	
                                                                                     ENG3320	 Modern	British	Literature	                                                  3	
 ENG3133	    Elizabethan	Shakespeare	                                           3	   ENG3341	 Eighteenth-Century	Literature	                                              3
   OR                                                                                ENG3362	 Victorian	Literature	                                                       3
 ENG3134	    Jacobean	Shakespeare	                                              3	




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6	ENG	credits	at	the	4000	level2

Note(s)
	 Students	who	register	as	majors	in	English	in	their	first	year	are	required	to	
1

  take	ENG1122	and	ENG1123.	For	students	taking	English	as	a	major,	ENG1122	
  or	ENG2122	and	ENG1123	or	ENG2123	are	prerequisites	for	3000-level	
  English courses.
	 The	4000-level	requirement	can	be	fulfilled	only	by	4000-level	seminar	courses	
2

  (and not by directed readings, honours essays or writing workshops).

Minor in English                                                     30 credits

21 credits from:
ENG1122	     Literature	and	Composition	III:	English	Literature	before	1700	        3	
  OR
ENG2122	 Literature	and	Composition	III:	English	Literature	before	1700	            3	

ENG1123	     Literature	and	Composition	IV:	English	Literature	since	1700	          3	
  OR
ENG2123	     Literature	and	Composition	IV:	English	Literature	since	1700	          3	

ENG2400	     Introduction	to	Canadian	Literature	                                   6	
ENG2450	     Introduction	to	American	Literature	                                   6	
ENG3133	     Elizabethan	Shakespeare	                                               3	
ENG3134	     Jacobean	Shakespeare	                                                  3	
ENG3318	     Romantic	Literature	                                                   3
ENG3320	     Modern	British	Literature	                                             3	
ENG3323	     Medieval	Literature	I	                                                 3	
ENG3339	     Sixteenth-Century	Literature	                                          3	
ENG3340	     Seventeenth-Century	Literature	                                        3	
ENG3341	     Eighteenth-Century	Literature	                                         3	
ENG3362	     Victorian	Literature	                                                  3

9	optional	ENG	credits	at	the	2000,	3000	or	4000	level




                                                Course descriptions and the recommended course of
                                                studies are available on the Faculty of Arts website —
                                                www.arts.uOttawa.ca
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 S E CO N D L A N G UAG E
 The	Official	Languages	and	Bilingualism	Institute	(OLBI)	offers	several	           Note(s)
 programs in English as a second language tailored to your needs and                	 Immersion	courses	ESL2181	and	ESL3181	are	language	courses	associated	
                                                                                    1

 skill	level:	a	basic	minor,	an	advanced	minor	and	a	major.                           with a discipline-specific course taken in the second language.
 Our programs are designed to sharpen and broaden your skills in                    		Immersion	courses	ESL4181	and	ESL4381	are	adjunct	language	courses	each	
                                                                                    2

 your second language. Courses focus on the four basic types of                       associated	with	any	two	discipline-specific	courses	at	the	3000	or	4000	level	
 communication (reading, writing, listening and speaking) and on                      taken concurrently in the second language.
 more specialized areas, such as grammar, vocabulary, pronunciation
 and culture.                                                                       Advanced Minor in English
 You perfect your English through an array of activities that use all sorts         as a Second Language (ESL)                                           30 credits
 of instructional materials. You also have access to both high-tech and
 traditional	learning	tools:	multimedia	materials	and	labs,	a	resource	             Program intended for advanced-level students in English as a
 centre,	video,	Internet	activities	and	conversation	groups	are	all	at	             second language.
 your disposal.
                                                                                    Complementary program offered only as a second discipline.
 These programs are for non-Anglophone students only.                               No direct entry.
                                                                                    ESL2121	     Reading	and	Writing	Skills	for	Second	Language	Learners:	
 Undergraduate Studies
                                                                                                 Advanced	Level	                                                       3
 •	 Major	in	English	as	a	Second	Language	(ESL)
 •	 Advanced	Minor	in	English	as	a	Second	Language	(ESL)                            ESL2122	     Listening	and	Speaking	Skills	for	Second	Language	Learners:	
 •	 Minor	in	English	as	a	Second	Language	(ESL)                                                  Advanced	Level	                                                       3
                                                                                    ESL2181	     Immersion	Course	in	ESL:	Receptive	Skills1	                           3
 Career Opportunities                                                               ESL2351	     Oral	Communication	Skills	for	Second	Language	Learners:	
 In	Canada,	employers	actively	look	for	people	who	are	fluent	in	both	                           Advanced	Level	I	                                                     3
 English and French. Our graduates find employment in a wide variety                ESL2361	     Writing	Skills	for	Second	Language	Learners:	Advanced	Level	I	        3	
 of fields, such as teaching, public service, tourism and private business.         ESL2371	     English	Grammar	for	Second	Language	Learners:	
                                                                                                 Advanced	Level	I	                                                     3	
 Bachelor’s Program Structure                                                       ESL2372	     English	Pronunciation	for	Second	Language	Speakers	                   3
 The Faculty of Arts programs have 120 credits, with the exception of the           ESL3181	     Immersion	Course	in	ESL:	Productive	Skills1	                          3
 General Bachelor of Arts which has 90. A bachelor’s degree is made up
 of basic skills, disciplinary and elective courses.                                3	optional	ESL	credits	at	the	3000	level
 See	the	table	on	page	7	for	the	possible	combinations	and	the	                     3	optional	ENG	credits
 distribution of credits.                                                           Note(s)
                                                                                    	 Immersion	courses	ESL2181	and	ESL3181	are	language	courses	associated	with	
                                                                                    1

                                                                                      a discipline-specific course taken in the second language.
 Major in English as a
 Second Language (ESL)                                              42 credits
                                                                                    List of Optional Courses
 ESL2121	     Reading	and	Writing	Skills	for	Second	Language	Learners:	             ENG1122	     Literature	and	Composition	III:	English	Literature	before	1700	       3
              Advanced	Level	                                                  3	   ENG1123	     Literature	and	Composition	IV:	English	Literature	since	1700	         3	
 ESL2122	     Listening	and	Speaking	Skills	for	Second	Language	Learners:	          ENG2110	     Children’s	Literature	                                                3	
              Advanced	Level	                                                  3    ENG2120	     Mystery	Novel	                                                        3
 ESL2181	     Immersion	Course	in	ESL:	Receptive	Skills1	                      3	
 ESL2351	     Oral	Communication	Skills	for	Second	Language	Learners:	              Minor in English as a
              Advanced	Level	I	                                                3	   Second Language (ESL)                                                30 credits
 ESL2361	     Writing	Skills	for	Second	Language	Learners:	Advanced	Level	I	   3	
 ESL2371	     English	Grammar	for	Second	Language	Learners:	                        Program intended for intermediate-level students in English as a
              Advanced	Level	I	                                                3	   second language.
 ESL2372	     English	Pronunciation	for	Second	Language	Speakers	              3	   Complementary program offered only as a second discipline.
 ESL3181	     Immersion	Course	in	ESL:	Productive	Skills1	                     3	   No direct entry.
 ESL3371	     English	Grammar	for	Second	Language	Learners:	
                                                                                    ESL2112	     Communication	orale	et	écrite	en	anglais	langue	seconde	:	
              Advanced	Level	II	                                               3	
                                                                                                 niveau	intermédiaire	II	/	Oral	and	Written	Communication	in	
 ESL3373	     Vocabulary	Development	for	Second	Language	Learners	             3	
                                                                                                 English	as	a	Second	Language:	Intermediate	Level	II	                  3
 ESL4181	     Immersion	Course	in	ESL:	Oral	Communication2	                    3	
                                                                                    ESL2113	     Grammaire	anglaise	pour	étudiants	en	langue	seconde	:	
 ESL4381	     Immersion	Course	in	ESL:	Written	Communication2	                 3	                niveau	intermédiaire	/	English	Grammar	for	Second	
                                                                                                 Language	Learners:	Intermediate	Level	                                3
 3	optional	ENG	credits
                                                                                    ESL2121	     Reading	and	Writing	Skills	for	Second	Language	Learners:	
 3	optional	ENG	credits	at	the	3000	level
                                                                                                 Advanced	Level	                                                       3	
 ESL3100		    Second	Language	Proficiency:	                                         ESL2122	     Listening	and	Speaking	Skills	for	Second	Language	Learners:	
              Practice	and	Assessment		          (3	credits	outside	the	program)                 Advanced	Level	                                                       3
                                                                                    ESL2181	     Immersion	Course	in	ESL:	Receptive	Skills1	                           3	




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ESL2351	     Oral	Communication	Skills	for	Second	Language	Learners:	
             Advanced	Level	I	                                                3	
ESL2361	     Writing	Skills	for	Second	Language	Learners:	Advanced	Level	I	   3	
ESL2372	     English	Pronunciation	for	Second	Language	Speakers	              3

6	optional	ESL	credits	at	the	3000	level	(includes	immersion	courses)

Note(s)
	 Immersion	courses	ESL2181	and	ESL3181	are	language	courses	associated	with	
1

  a discipline-specific course taken in the second language.




                                                Course descriptions and the recommended course of
                                                studies are available on the Faculty of Arts website —
                                                www.arts.uOttawa.ca
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 E N V I R O N M E N TA L S T U D I E S
 Environmental studies are multidisciplinary programs that delve into            PHI2398	     Environmental	Ethics	                                          3
 some of the most significant issues of our day, such as anthropogenic           ENV3321	     Geographical	Approaches	to	Environmental	Issues	               3
 climate change, urban pollution, natural hazards and possible threats           ENV4910	     Recherche	sur	le	terrain	/	Field	Study	Course	                 3
 to human health. You learn how to use powerful research tools and
                                                                                 ENV4920	     Séminaire	de	recherche	en	études	de	l’environnement	/	
 management principles that can be applied to environmental auditing,
                                                                                              Research	Seminar	in	Environmental	Studies	                     3
 impact assessment, resource management, ecotourism and other areas.
                                                                                 ENV4999	     Volontariat	en	environnement	/	Environmental	Volunteer	Work	   3	
 Undergraduate Studies
                                                                                 3	optional	credits	from	the	list	below
 •	   Honours	BA	with	Specialization	in	Environmental	Studies	(bilingual)
 •	   Major	in	Environmental	Studies	(bilingual)                                 12	optional	credits	at	the	3000	or	4000	level	from	the	list	below
 •	   Minor	in	Environmental	Studies	(bilingual)                                 3	optional	credits	at	the	4000	level	from	the	list	below
 •	   Joint	Honours	BA	in	Environmental	Studies	and	Geography	
      (bilingual)                                                                48	elective	credits
                                                                                    OR
 Language of Instruction                                                         A	minor	of	30	credits	plus	18	elective	credits	
 Most	courses	can	be	taken	in	English	or	in	French.	However,	given	that	
 the programs are bilingual, a certain number of courses must be taken in
                                                                                 List of Optional Courses
 the second official language.
                                                                                 BIO3115	     Conservation	Biology	                                          3
 Career Opportunities                                                            BIO3117	     Ecosystem	Ecology	                                             3	
 These programs lead to careers such as environmental planner and                CMN3181	     Communication,	Environment	and	Development	                    3
 analyst, environmental advisor, eco-tourism consultant, environmental           ENV3101	     Legal	Context	of	Environmental	Issues	                         3
 impact analyst and environmental strategies manager.                            ENV4000	     Mémoire	de	B.A.	/	Honours	Essay1	                              6
                                                                                 ENV4110	     Selected	Topics	in	Environmental	Methodology	                  3	
 Bachelor’s Program Structure                                                    ENV4111	     Selected	Topics	in	Natural	Environment	                        3
 The Faculty of Arts programs have 120 credits, with the exception of the        ENV4112	     Selected	Topics	in	Society	and	Environment	                    3
 General Bachelor of Arts which has 90. A bachelor’s degree is made up
                                                                                 ENV4118	     Environmental	Impact	Assessment	                               3	
 of basic skills, disciplinary and elective courses.
                                                                                 ENV4508	     Climat,	environnement	et	société	                              3	
 See	the	table	on	page	7	for	the	possible	combinations	and	the	                  EVS3101	     Environmental	Issues	                                          3
 distribution of credits.                                                        GEG2320	     Introduction	to	Geomatics	                                     3	
                                                                                 GEG2918	     Camp	d’automne	I	/	Field	Camp	I	                               3	
 Honours BA with Specialization in                                               GEG3105	     Remote	Sensing	                                                3	
 Environmental Studies (bilingual)                               120 credits     GEG3107	     Geography	of	Polar	Regions	                                    3	
                                                                                 GEG3302	     Natural	Resource	Management	                                   3	
 Co-operative education and French immersion are available.                      GEG3303	     Health	Geography	                                              3	
 ENG1100	     Workshop	in	Essay	Writing	                                    3	   HIS2129	     Technology,	Society	and	Environment	since	1800	                3	
 PHI1101	     Reasoning	and	Critical	Thinking	                              3	   LSR2121	     Recreation	and	Environmental	Quality	                          3
                                                                                 POL4132	     Environmental	Politics	and	Policy	in	Canada	                   3	
 3 credits from:
 ENG1120	     Literature	and	Composition	I:	Prose	Fiction	                  3	   Note(s)
 ENG1121	     Literature	and	Composition	II:	Drama	and	Poetry	              3	   	 CGPA	of	7.0	minimum	is	required	to	register	in	ENV4000.
                                                                                 1



 3 credits from:                                                                 Major in Environmental Studies (bilingual) 42 credits
 PHI1102	     Moral	Reasoning	                                              3	
 PHI1103	     Fundamental	Philosophical	Questions	                          3    Co-operative education and French immersion are available when
 PHI1104	     Great	Philosophers	                                           3	   taken as part of an honours degree.
                                                                                 At least 12 credits specific to the program, excluding bilingual courses,
 At least 18 credits specific to the program, excluding bilingual                must be taken in the second language.
 courses, must be taken in the second language.                                  BIO1130	     Introduction	to	Organismal	Biology	                            3	
 BIO1130	     Introduction	to	Organismal	Biology	                           3	   ENV1101	     Global	Environmental	Challenges	                               3	
 CHM1100	     Chemistry	and	the	Human	Environment	                          3    GEG1301	     The	Physical	Environment	                                      3
 ENV1101	     Global	Environmental	Challenges	                              3	   GEG1302	     Society	and	Environment	                                       3
 GEG1301	     The	Physical	Environment	                                     3    BIO2129	     Ecology	                                                       3
 GEG1302	     Society	and	Environment	                                      3    ENV2501	     La	recherche	environnementale	:	approches	et	méthodes	         3
 PHY1703	     Physique	et	environnement	                                    3	   PHI2398	     Environmental	Ethics	                                          3
 POL1102	     Politics	and	Globalization	                                   3    ENV3321	     Geographical	Approaches	to	Environmental	Issues	               3
 BIO2129	     Ecology	                                                      3    ENV4910	     Recherche	sur	le	terrain	/	Field	Study	Course	                 3
 ECO2121	     Economics	of	Globalization	                                   3    ENV4920	     Séminaire	de	recherche	en	études	de	l’environnement	/	
 ENV2501	     La	recherche	environnementale	:	approches	et	méthodes	        3	                Research	Seminar	in	Environmental	Studies	                     3	
                                                                                 12 optional credits



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List of Optional Courses                                                         Joint Honours BA in Environmental
3 credits from:                                                                  Studies and Geography (bilingual)                               120 credits
CHM1100	 Chemistry	and	the	Human	Environment	                               3	   Co-operative education and French immersion are available.
ECO2121	     Economics	of	Globalization	                                    3
POL1102	     Politics	and	Globalization	                                    3    ENG1100	     Workshop	in	Essay	Writing	                                     3	
PHY1703	     Physique	et	environnement	                                     3    PHI1101	     Reasoning	and	Critical	Thinking	                               3

9 credits from:                                                                  3 credits from:
ENV3101	     Legal	Context	of	Environmental	Issues	                         3	   ENG1120	     Literature	and	Composition	I:	Prose	Fiction	                   3
ENV4118	     Environmental	Impact	Assessment	                               3	   ENG1121	     Literature	and	Composition	II:	Drama	and	Poetry	               3
ENV4508	 Climat,	environnement	et	société	                                  3	   3 credits from:
ENV4510	     Thèmes	choisis	de	méthodologie	en	études	de	l’environnement	   3	   PHI1102	     Moral	Reasoning	                                               3	
ENV4511	     Thèmes	choisis	en	environnement	naturel	                       3    PHI1103	     Fundamental	Philosophical	Questions	                           3
ENV4512	     Thèmes	choisis	en	société	et	environnement	                    3	   PHI1104	     Great	Philosophers	                                            3
GEG3302	 Natural	Resource	Management	                                       3	
GEG3303	 Health	Geography	                                                  3
                                                                                 Environmental Studies                                             (39 credits)
                                                                                 At least 12 credits specific to the program, excluding bilingual courses,
Minor in Environmental Studies (bilingual) 30 credits                            must be taken in the second language.

Complementary program offered only as a second discipline.                       BIO1130	     Introduction	to	Organismal	Biology	                            3	
No direct entry.                                                                 ENV1101	     Global	Environmental	Challenges	                               3
                                                                                 BIO2129	     Ecology	                                                       3	
At least 6 credits specific to the program, excluding bilingual courses,
                                                                                 ENV2501	     La	recherche	environnementale	:	approches	et	méthodes	         3	
must be taken in the student’s second language.
                                                                                 PHI2398	     Environmental	Ethics	                                          3	
ENV1101	     Global	Environmental	Challenges	                               3	   ENV3321	     Geographical	Approaches	to	Environmental	Issues	               3	
GEG1301	     The	Physical	Environment	                                      3    ENV4118	     Environmental	Impact	Assessment	                               3	
GEG1302	     Society	and	Environment	                                       3    ENV4910	     Recherche	sur	le	terrain	/	Field	Study	Course	                 3	
ENV2501	     La	recherche	environnementale	:	approches	et	méthodes	         3    ENV4920	     Séminaire	de	recherche	en	études	de	l’environnement	/	
PHI2398	     Environmental	Ethics	                                          3                 Research	Seminar	in	Environmental	Studies	                     3
ENV3321	     Geographical	Approaches	to	Environmental	Issues	               3
                                                                                 6 credits from:
12 optional credits                                                              CHM1100	 Chemistry	and	the	Human	Environment	                               3	
                                                                                 ECO2121	     Economics	of	Globalization	                                    3
List of Optional Courses                                                         POL1102	     Politics	and	Globalization	                                    3
                                                                                 PHY1703	     Physique	et	environnement	                                     3
3 credits from:
BIO1130	     Introduction	to	Organismal	Biology	                            3    6	optional	ENV	credits
BIO2129	     Ecology	                                                       3
CHM1100	 Chemistry	and	the	Human	Environment	                               3    Geography                                                         (42 credits)
PHY1703	     Physique	et	environnement	                                     3    GEG1301	     The	Physical	Environment	                                      3
3 credits from:                                                                  GEG1302	     Society	and	Environment	                                       3
ECO2121	     Economics	of	Globalization	                                    3    MAT1371	     Descriptive	Statistics	                                        3
POL1102	     Politics	and	Globalization	                                    3    GEG2104	     Methods	of	Geographical	Research	                              3	
                                                                                 GEG2320	     Introduction	to	Geomatics	                                     3
6 credits from:                                                                  GEG2918	     Camp	d’automne	I	/	Field	Camp	I	                               3
ENV3101	     Legal	Context	of	Environmental	Issues	                         3	   GEG3302	     Natural	Resource	Management	                                   3
GEG3107	 Geography	of	Polar	Regions	                                        3	   GEG3303	     Health	Geography	                                              3
GEG3302	 Natural	Resource	Management	                                       3	
GEG3303	 Health	Geography	                                                  3    3	optional	GEG	credits
                                                                                 12	optional	GEG	credits	at	the	3000	or	4000	level
                                                                                 3	optional	GEG	credits	at	the	4000	level

                                                                                 27	elective	credits




                                              Course descriptions and the recommended course of
                                              studies are available on the Faculty of Arts website —
                                              www.arts.uOttawa.ca
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 APPLIED ETHICS
 Ethical issues are taking on a greater importance in all areas of life. Think,    51	elective	credits
 for example, of the questions raised by medical advances that challenge              OR
 our concepts of life and death, or the privacy issues created by the              A	minor	of	30	credits	plus	21	elective	credits	
 growing	use	of	the	Internet.	These	multidisciplinary	programs	in	ethics	
 are	both	theoretical	and	applied.	You	reflect	on	fundamental	issues	in	           Note(s)
 moral and political philosophy and come to understand the nature of               	 The	number	of	credits	at	the	3000	level	can	be	reduced	according	to	the	
                                                                                   1

 ethics issues in health care, business, law, communication, criminology,            number	of	courses	already	taken	at	the	3000	level.	
 social work, public affairs and other areas.
                                                                                   List of Optional Courses
 Undergraduate Studies
 •	 Honours	BA	with	Specialization	in	Ethics	and	Society                           List A – Applied Ethics (minimum of 18 credits):
 •	 Major	in	Ethics	and	Society                                                    APA3301	 Ethics	in	Sport,	Physical	Activity	and	Health	in	Canada	             3	
 •	 Minor	in	Applied	Ethics                                                        CMN3105	 Media	Ethics	                                                        3
                                                                                   CMN4105	 Ethics	and	Information	Society	                                      3
 Career Opportunities
 These programs lead to a career as an ethics counsellor in public                 PAP3360	     Managing	Difference	                                             3
 administration, in communications, in health care or in social services.          PAP4355	     Ethics	and	Public	Affairs	                                       3
                                                                                   PHI1370	     Philosophical	Issues	in	Health	Care	                             3
 Bachelor’s Program Structure                                                      PHI2390	     Philosophical	Issues	in	Women’s	Studies	                         3
 The Faculty of Arts programs have 120 credits, with the exception of the          PHI2396	     Bioethics	                                                       3
 General Bachelor of Arts which has 90. A bachelor’s degree is made up             PHI2397	     Business	Ethics	                                                 3	
 of basic skills, disciplinary and elective courses.                               PHI2398	     Environmental	Ethics	                                            3	
 See	the	table	on	page	7	for	the	possible	combinations	and	the	                    PHI4113	     Military	and	Peacekeeping	Ethics1	                               3	
 distribution of credits.                                                          POL4142	     Applied	Political	Ethics	                                        3	
                                                                                   POL4187	     The	Politics	of	International	Ethics	                            3	
                                                                                   PSY2174	     Research	Methods	and	Ethics	                                     3
 Honours BA with Specialization                                                    THO4124	 Feminist	Ethics1	                                                    3
 in Ethics and Society                                           120 credits       THO4127	 Economics	and	Ethics1	                                               3
 French immersion is available.                                                    List B – Culture and Society (maximum of 12 credits):
                                                                                   FEM2107	 Women,	Racism	and	Power	                                             3
 ENG1100	     Workshop	in	Essay	Writing	                                      3	
                                                                                   FEM3104	 Feminism,	Justice	and	the	Law	                                       3
 PHI1101	     Reasoning	and	Critical	Thinking	                                3	
                                                                                   GEG1302	 Society	and	Environment	                                             3
 3 credits from:                                                                   PHI2393	      Philosophy	of	Culture	                                          3
 ENG1120	     Literature	and	Composition	I:	Prose	Fiction	                    3	   PHI2394	      Scientific	Thought	and	Social	Values	                           3
 ENG1121	     Literature	and	Composition	II:	Drama	and	Poetry	                3	   PSY3101	      The	Psychology	of	Death	and	Dying	                              3
                                                                                   SCS1160	      History	of	Ideas	in	Social	Sciences	                            3
 PHI1102	     Moral	Reasoning	                                                3	   SOC2106	 Introduction	to	Deviance	and	Social	Problems	                        3
 PHI2174	     Ethics	                                                         3    SRS2112	      The	Religions	of	the	World	I	                                   3
 SOC3101	     Sociology	of	Ethics	                                            3    SRS2113	      The	Religions	of	the	World	II	                                  3
 9 credits from:1                                                                  SRS2195	      Religion	and	Politics	in	Global	Society	                        3
 ANT1101	     Social	and	Cultural	Anthropology	                               3	   SRS2393	      On	Death	and	Dying	                                             3
 PHI2183	     Political	Philosophy	                                           3    SRS2398	      Religion	and	Health	                                            3
 PHI3164	     Contemporary	Ethical	Theories	                                  3    SRS3191	      Sociology	of	Religious	and	Cultural	Pluralism	                  3
 PHI3395	     Philosophy	of	Law	                                              3    List C – Other courses of interest (maximum of 6 credits):
 POL3105	 Theories	of	Democracy	                                              3    ANT3532	 Anthropologie	psychologique	                                         3
 6 credits from:                                                                   CMN2181	 Intercultural	Communication	                                         3
 ETH4164	     Seminar	in	Ethics	                                              3	   CMN2130	 Interpersonal	Communication	                                         3
    OR                                                                             ENV3101	     Legal	Context	of	Environmental	Issues	                           3
 PHI4164	     Seminar	in	Ethics	                                              3    FEM3303	 Feminist	Activism	                                                   3
                                                                                   GRT3510	 Santé	et	vieillissement	                                             3
 ETH4111	     Seminar	in	Applied	Ethics	                                      3    PHI2172	     Philosophy	of	Mind	                                              3
   OR                                                                              PHI2312	     Greek	Wisdom	                                                    3
 SOC4111	     Seminar	in	Applied	Ethics	                                      3	   PHI3370	     Plato:	the	Philosopher	as	Legislator	                            3
                                                                                   PHI3380	     Aristotle	or	the	Search	for	Happiness	                           3
 PHI4312	     Problems	in	Contemporary	Ethics	                                3	   PHI4311	     Problems	in	Contemporary	Political	Philosophy	                   3
                                                                                   POL2101	     Introduction	to	Canadian	Politics	                               3
 24	optional	credits	from	list	A,	B	and	C
                                                                                   POL2103	 Introduction	to	International	Relations	and	Global	Politics	         3
 12	credits	at	the	3000	or	4000	level	from	list	A,	B	and	C1




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POL2107	     Introduction	to	Political	Thought	                                3    List of Optional Courses
POL2108	     Modern	Political	Thought	I	                                       3
POL4545	     Politique	comparée	:	questions	identitaires	                      3    List A – Applied Ethics (minimum of 12 credits):
PSY2110	     Social	Psychology	                                                3    APA3301	 Ethics	in	Sport,	Physical	Activity	and	Health	in	Canada	                3
PSY3102	     Interpersonal	Relationships	                                      3    CMN3105	 Media	Ethics	                                                           3
PSY3126	     Cross-Cultural	Psychology	                                        3    CMN4105	 Ethics	and	Information	Society	                                         3
SOC2103	     Socio-Anthropology	of	the	Family	                                 3    PAP3360	     Managing	Difference	                                                3
SOC2104	     Women,	Men	and	Society	                                           3    PAP4355	     Ethics	and	Public	Affairs	                                          3
SOC3137	     Sociology	of	Minority	Groups	                                     3    PHI1370	     Philosophical	Issues	in	Health	Care	                                3
SRS2114	     Religion	and	Sexuality	                                           3    PHI2390	     Philosophical	Issues	in	Women’s	Studies	                            3
SRS2191	     Sociology	of	Religion	                                            3    PHI2396	     Bioethics	                                                          3
SRS2194	     Anthropology	of	Religion	                                         3    PHI2397	     Business	Ethics	                                                    3
SRS3194	     Anthropological	Theories	in	Intercultural	and	                         PHI2398	     Environmental	Ethics	                                               3
             Interreligious	Issues	                                            3    PHI4113	     Military	and	Peacekeeping	Ethics	                                   3
SRS3385	     Religion	and	Multiculturalism	in	Canada	                          3    POL4142	     Applied	Political	Ethics	                                           3
                                                                                    POL4187	     The	Politics	of	International	Ethics	                               3
Note(s)                                                                             THO4124	 Feminist	Ethics1	                                                       3
	 Course	offered	by	Saint	Paul	University.
1
                                                                                    THO4127	 Economics	and	Ethics1	                                                  3

Major in Ethics and Society                                           42 credits    List B – Culture and Society (maximum of 6 credits):
                                                                                    FEM2107	 Women,	Racism	and	Power	                                                3	
French immersion is available when taking this program as part of an                FEM3104	 Feminism,	Justice	and	the	Law	                                          3
honours degree.
                                                                                    GEG1302	 Society	and	Environment	                                                3
PHI1102	     Moral	Reasoning	                                                  3    PHI2393	      Philosophy	of	Culture	                                             3
PHI2174	     Ethics	                                                           3    PHI2394	      Scientific	Thought	and	Social	Values	                              3
SOC3101	     Sociology	of	Ethics	                                              3    PSY3101	      The	Psychology	of	Death	and	Dying	                                 3
9 credits from:1                                                                    SCS1160	      History	of	Ideas	in	Social	Sciences	                               3	
ANT1101	     Social	and	Cultural	Anthropology	                                 3	   SOC2106	 Introduction	to	Deviance	and	Social	Problems	                           3
PHI2183	     Political	Philosophy	                                             3    SRS2112	      The	Religions	of	the	World	I	                                      3
PHI3164	     Contemporary	Ethical	Theories	                                    3    SRS2113	      The	Religions	of	the	World	II	                                     3
PHI3395	     Philosophy	of	Law	                                                3    SRS2195	      Religion	and	Politics	in	Global	Society	                           3
POL3105	 Theories	of	Democracy	                                                3    SRS2393	      On	Death	and	Dying	                                                3
                                                                                    SRS2398	      Religion	and	Health	                                               3
6 credits from:                                                                     SRS3191	      Sociology	of	Religious	and	Cultural	Pluralism	                     3
ETH4164	     Seminar	in	Ethics	                                                3
   OR                                                                               Note(s)
PHI4164	     Seminar	in	Ethics	                                                3    	 Course	offered	by	Saint	Paul	University.
                                                                                    1




ETH4111	     Seminar	in	Applied	Ethics	                                        3    Minor in Applied Ethics                                                 30 credits
  OR
                                                                                    Complementary program offered only as a second discipline.
SOC4111	     Seminar	in	Applied	Ethics	                                        3
                                                                                    No direct entry.

PHI4312	     Problems	in	Contemporary	Ethics	                                  3    PHI1102	     Moral	Reasoning	                                                    3
                                                                                    PHI2174	     Ethics	                                                             3
12 optional credits from list A and B                                               SOC3101	     Sociology	of	Ethics	                                                3
6	optional	credits	at	the	3000	or	4000	level	from	lists	A	and	B1
                                                                                    18	optional	credits	in	Applied	Ethics
Note(s)                                                                             3	optional	credits	in	Applied	Ethics	at	the	3000	level	and	above
	 The	number	of	credits	at	the	3000	level	can	be	reduced	according	
1

  to	the	number	of	courses	already	taken	at	the	3000	level.	                        List of Optional Courses
                                                                                    APA3301	     Ethics	in	Sport,	Physical	Activity	and	Health	in	Canada	            3	
                                                                                    CMN3105	     Media	Ethics	                                                       3
                                                                                    CMN4105	     Ethics	and	Information	Society	                                     3
                                                                                    ETH4164	     Seminar	in	Ethics	                                                  3
                                                                                    ETH4111	     Seminar	in	Applied	Ethics	                                          3
                                                                                    PAP3360	     Managing	Difference	                                                3
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PAP4355	     Ethics	and	Public	Affairs	                                  3
PHI1370	     Philosophical	Issues	in	Health	Care	                        3
PHI2183	     Political	Philosophy	                                       3
PHI2396	     Bioethics	                                                  3
PHI2397	     Business	Ethics	                                            3
PHI2398	     Environmental	Ethics	                                       3
PHI4113	     Military	and	Peacekeeping	Ethics1	                          3
PHI4312	     Problems	in	Contemporary	Ethics	                            3
POL3105	     Theories	of	Democracy	                                      3
POL4142	     Applied	Political	Ethics	                                   3
POL4187	     The	Politics	of	International	Ethics	                       3
THO4124	     Feminist	Ethics1	                                           3
THO4127	     Economics	and	Ethics1	                                      3

Note(s)
	 Course	offered	by	Saint	Paul	University.
1




                                                 Course descriptions and the recommended course of
                                                 studies are available on the Faculty of Arts website —
                                                 www.arts.uOttawa.ca
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É T U D E S D E S F R A N CO P H O N I E S
If	you	are	interested	in	the	political,	sociological,	linguistic	and	legal	       Liste des cours optionnels
issues surrounding la	francophonie, the études	des	francophonies program
will meet your needs. This interdisciplinary program will give you the            Liste A – Bloc Culturel (au moins 6 crédits) :
opportunity to touch on several topics and to acquire a wide range of             CIN3597	     Cinémas	canadien	et	québécois	I	:	fiction	                           3
information about the world of la	francophonie, not only in Ontario and           CIN3598	     Cinémas	canadien	et	québécois	II	:	documentaire	                     3
Canada but also internationally.
                                                                                  EFR3500	     Thèmes	choisis	en	études	des	francophonies	:	enjeux	culturels	       3
The minor is for students from every discipline who would like to                 FRA1748	     Littératures	française	et	québécoise	:	du	XIXe	siècle	à	nos	jours	   3
complete their university education with a better understanding of the            FRA2545	 Littérature	et	culture	de	l’Ontario	français	                            3
realities of the issues related to the different faces of la	francophonie.        FRA3540	 Écritures	francophones	de	l’Asie	                                        3
The certificate version of the program is for the members of the                  FRA3545	 Littérature	contemporaine	de	l’Ontario	français	                         3
community who are interested in issues concerning la	francophonie,                FRA3546	 Francophonies	d’Amérique	du	Nord	                                        3
and for stakeholders working in Francophone minority communities.                 FRA3547	 Littératures	francophones	d’Afrique	et	des	Antilles	                     3
Some	of	the	courses	are	offered	at	the	end	of	the	day	or	on	evenings	             FRA3559	     La	langue	française	au	Canada	:	étude	philologique	                  3
to make them more accessible.
                                                                                  FRA3595	     Auteur	majeur	québécois	                                             3
Undergraduate Studies                                                             FRA3746	     Théâtres	de	la	francophonie	canadienne	                              3
•	 Mineure	en	études	des	francophonies                                            FRA3754	 Le	roman	québécois	de	1900	à	1970	                                       3
•	 Certificat	en	études	des	francophonies                                         FRA3755	     Le	roman	québécois	depuis	1970	                                      3
                                                                                  FRA3759	     Histoire	de	la	langue	française	                                     3
Language of Instruction                                                           FRA3784	 La	littérature	canadienne	des	origines	à	1895	                           3
The program is offered in French.
                                                                                  FRA3791	     Auteur	majeur	français	                                              3
Career Opportunities                                                              FRA4791	     Auteur	majeur	francophone	                                           3
This program leads to a career in cultural and community development              LIN2782	     Variétés	de	français	                                                3
in Francophone organizations in Ontario, in Canada and at the                     LIN2784	     Le	français	du	Canada	                                               3
international level.                                                              LIN2785	     Le	français	de	l’Ontario	                                            3
                                                                                  LIN2786	     Lexicologie	du	français	parlé	au	Canada	                             3
Bachelor’s Program Structure                                                      LIN4783	     Recherche	sur	le	français	parlé	au	Canada	                           3
The Faculty of Arts programs have 120 credits, with the exception of the          THE3746	     Le	théâtre	au	Canada	français	                                       3
General Bachelor of Arts which has 90. A bachelor’s degree is made up
of basic skills, disciplinary and elective courses.                               Liste B – Bloc Sociopolitique (au moins 6 crédits) :
                                                                                  ADM3714	 Innovation,	entrepreneuriat	et	développement	régional	
See	the	table	on	page	7	for	the	possible	combinations	and	the	                                 en	milieu	francophone	au	Canada	:	acteurs	et	processus	              3	
distribution of credits.
                                                                                  DCC3509	 Droits	des	minorités	francophones	au	Canada	                             3
                                                                                  ECH4740	 Sécurité	et	francophonies	internationales	                               3
Mineure en études des francophonies                                30 crédits     GEG4525	 Territoires	de	la	francophonie	                                          3
                                                                                  HIS2781	     Histoire	des	Franco-Ontariens	                                       3
Programme complémentaire offert uniquement comme                                  HIS3508	     Le	Québec	au	XXe	siècle	                                             3
deuxième discipline. Il n’y a pas d’admission directe.
                                                                                  HIS3706	     Le	fait	français	en	Ontario	                                         3
CDN3520	    Les	francophonies	canadiennes	                                   3	   HIS3765	     La	France	des	XIXe	et	XXe	siècles	                                   3
EFR2500	    Les	visages	de	la	francophonie	dans	le	monde	                    3	   HSS2516	     La	santé	des	francophones	en	situation	minoritaire	                  3
EFR4500	    Séminaire	d’intégration	en	études	des	francophonies	             3	   PED3505	 La	problématique	de	l’enseignement	de	la	langue	française	
                                                                                               en	milieu	minoritaire	en	Ontario	                                    3
3 crédits parmi :
                                                                                  PED3705	 École,	famille	et	communauté	                                            3
FRA2545	 Littérature	et	culture	de	l’Ontario	français	                       3	
                                                                                  POL2501	 Introduction	à	la	politique	canadienne	                                  3
HIS2781	     Histoire	des	Franco-Ontariens	                                  3	
                                                                                  POL3528	 La	vie	politique	au	Québec	                                              3
LIN2785	     Le	français	de	l’Ontario	                                       3	
                                                                                  POL3529	 Vie	politique	en	Ontario	                                                3
PED3505	 La	problématique	de	l’enseignement	de	la	langue	française	
             en	milieu	minoritaire	en	Ontario	                               3    POL3535	 Politique	et	francophonie	en	Ontario	                                    3	
POL3535	 Politique	et	francophonie	en	Ontario	                               3    POL4535	 Francophonie,	diversité,	citoyenneté	                                    3
SOC3705	 Sociologie	de	la	société	franco-ontarienne	                         3	   POL4565	 Développement	des	idéologies	sociales	et	politiques	au	Québec	           3
                                                                                  SCS3590	     Thèmes	choisis	en	études	des	francophonies	:	
18 crédits optionnels (dont au moins 6 crédits dans le Bloc Culturel et                        enjeux	sociopolitiques	                                              3
   6 crédits dans le Bloc Sociopolitique)                                         SOC2708	 Sociologie	des	communautés	francophones	en	situation	
                                                                                               minoritaire	du	Canada	                                               3
                                                                                  SOC3703	 Sociologie	de	la	société	québécoise	                                     3
                                                                                  SOC3705	 Sociologie	de	la	société	franco-ontarienne	                              3
                                                                                  SVS3545	     Le	service	social	en	milieu	francophone	minoritaire	                 3




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Certificat en études des francophonies                              30 crédits

30 crédits parmi :
ADM3714	 Innovation,	entrepreneuriat	et	développement	régional	
             en	milieu	francophone	au	Canada	:	acteurs	et	processus	              3
CDN3520	 Les	francophonies	canadiennes	                                           3
CIN3597	     Cinémas	canadien	et	québécois	I	:	fiction	                           3
CIN3598	     Cinémas	canadien	et	québécois	II	:	documentaire	                     3
DCC3509	 Droits	des	minorités	francophones	au	Canada	                             3
ECH4740	 Sécurité	et	francophonies	internationales	                               3
EFR2500	     Les	visages	de	la	francophonie	dans	le	monde	                        3
EFR3500	     Thèmes	choisis	en	études	des	francophonies	:	enjeux	culturels	       3
FRA1748	     Littératures	française	et	québécoise	:	du	XIXe	siècle	à	nos	jours	   3
FRA2545	 Littérature	et	culture	de	l’Ontario	français	                            3
FRA3540	 Écritures	francophones	de	l’Asie	                                        3
FRA3545	 Littérature	contemporaine	de	l’Ontario	français	                         3
FRA3546	 Francophonies	d’Amérique	du	Nord	                                        3
FRA3547	 Littératures	francophones	d’Afrique	et	des	Antilles	                     3
FRA3559	     La	langue	française	au	Canada	:	étude	philologique	                  3
FRA3595	     Auteur	majeur	québécois	                                             3
FRA3746	     Théâtres	de	la	francophonie	canadienne	                              3
FRA3754	 Le	roman	québécois	de	1900	à	1970	                                       3
FRA3755	     Le	roman	québécois	depuis	1970	                                      3
FRA3759	     Histoire	de	la	langue	française	                                     3
FRA3784	 La	littérature	canadienne	des	origines	à	1895	                           3
FRA3791	     Auteur	majeur	français	                                              3
FRA4791	     Auteur	majeur	francophone	                                           3
GEG4525	 Territoires	de	la	francophonie	                                          3
HIS2781	     Histoire	des	Franco-Ontariens	                                       3
HIS3508	     Le	Québec	au	XXe	siècle	                                             3
HIS3706	     Le	fait	français	en	Ontario	                                         3
HIS3765	     La	France	des	XIXe	et	XXe	siècles	                                   3
HSS2516	     La	santé	des	francophones	en	situation	minoritaire	                  3
LIN2782	     Variétés	de	français	                                                3
LIN2784	     Le	français	du	Canada	                                               3
LIN2785	     Le	français	de	l’Ontario	                                            3
LIN2786	     Lexicologie	du	français	parlé	au	Canada	                             3
LIN4783	     Recherche	sur	le	français	parlé	au	Canada	                           3
PED3505	 La	problématique	de	l’enseignement	de	la	langue	française	
             en	milieu	minoritaire	en	Ontario	                                    3
PED3705	 École,	famille	et	communauté	                                            3
POL2501	 Introduction	à	la	politique	canadienne	                                  3
POL3528	 La	vie	politique	au	Québec	                                              3
POL3529	 Vie	politique	en	Ontario	                                                3
POL3535	 Politique	et	francophonie	en	Ontario	                                    3
POL4535	 Francophonie,	diversité,	citoyenneté	                                    3
POL4565	 Développement	des	idéologies	sociales	et	politiques	au	Québec	           3
SCS3590	     Thèmes	choisis	en	études	des	francophonies	:	
             enjeux	sociopolitiques	                                              3
SOC2708	 Sociologie	des	communautés	francophones	en	situation	
             minoritaire	du	Canada	                                               3
SOC3703	 Sociologie	de	la	société	québécoise	                                     3
SOC3705	 Sociologie	de	la	société	franco-ontarienne	                              3	
SVS3545	     Le	service	social	en	milieu	francophone	minoritaire	                 3
THE3746	     Le	théâtre	au	Canada	français	                                       3

                                                                                       Course descriptions and the recommended course of
                                                                                       studies are available on the Faculty of Arts website —
                                                                                       www.arts.uOttawa.ca
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FILM STUDIES
In	the	Minor	in	Film	Studies,	you	explore	the	major	trends	that	have	            CMN3167	     Video	II	                                                     3
shaped	the	Seventh	Art	from	its	birth	to	its	current	state.	Comprised	              OR
of courses not only from various departments at the Faculty of Arts              ISC3734	     Vidéo	II:	production1	                                        3
(Communication, English, Français,	Modern	Languages	and	Literature,	
Music	and	Visual	Arts),	but	also	from	Saint	Paul	University,	the	program	
gives you the knowledge you need to better appreciate the world’s                CMN4166	     Audience	Research	                                            3
greatest cinematographic works and the legacy they’ve left for all               ENG2140	     Literature	and	Film	                                          3
humanity.	What’s	more,	as	globalization	transforms	the	world	and	                ESP2101	     Spanish	and	Latin	American	Cinema	                            3
as cultural products cross borders faster and faster, cinema is both             ESP3901	     Cinéma	et	littérature	hispaniques	/	
a particularly effective tool for helping us to know ourselves and                            Hispanic	Cinema	and	Literature	                               3
others and a catalyst for more productive personal and cross-cultural
                                                                                 FRA2723	     Littérature	et	cinéma	                                        3
understanding and dialogue.
                                                                                 ISC2719	     Analyse	cinématographique1	                                   3
Undergraduate Studies                                                            ISC2740	     Scénario	:	écriture1	                                         3
•	 Minor	in	Film	Studies                                                         ISC3715	     Scénario	avancé1	                                             3
                                                                                 ISC3716	     Critique	cinématographique1	                                  3
Career Opportunities                                                             ISC3713	     Vidéo	III	:	production	avancée1	                              3
This program leads to a career in teaching, animation, cinema or other           ITA1113	     Italian	Cinema	                                               3
audiovisual fields.
                                                                                 MUS2310	     Music	in	the	Movies	                                          3
                                                                                 PLN2102	     Polish	Post-War	Cinema	                                       3
Bachelor’s Program Structure                                                     POR3101	     Literature	and	Cinema	of	the	Portuguese	Speaking	Countries	   3	
The Faculty of Arts programs have 120 credits, with the exception of the
                                                                                 RUS2104	     Russian	Cinema	                                               3
General Bachelor of Arts which has 90. A bachelor’s degree is made up
of basic skills, disciplinary and elective courses.                              YDD2104	     Yiddish	Literature	and	Film	                                  3

See	the	table	on	page	7	for	the	possible	combinations	and	the	                   Note(s)
distribution of credits.                                                         	 Courses	offered	by	Saint	Paul	University.
                                                                                 1




Minor in Film Studies                                          30 credits
Complementary program offered only as a second discipline.
No direct entry.
CIN2190	     History	and	Esthetics	of	Cinema	                               3
6 credits from:
CIN3197	     Canadian	and	Quebec	Cinema	I:	Fiction	                         3
CIN3198	     Canadian	and	Quebec	Cinema	II:	Documentary	                    3
CIN3199	     World	Cinema	                                                  3

21 optional credits from the list below

List of Optional Courses
ALG3330	     Cinema	in	the	German	Speaking	Countries	                       3	
ARB3101	     Arabic	Cinema	and	Visual	Media	                                3	
ART2160	     Art	Histories	                                                 3
ART2161	     Art	Theories	                                                  3
ART3171	     Art,	Utopia	and	the	Avant-Garde	                               3
ART3181	     Artistic	Strategies	of	the	Postmodern	Era	                     3
CIN3108	     New	Images	                                                    3
CIN3110	     Special	Topics	in	Film	Studies	                                3
CIN3197	     Canadian	and	Quebec	Cinema	I:	Fiction	                         3
CIN3198	     Canadian	and	Quebec	Cinema	II:	Documentary	                    3
CIN3199	     World	Cinema	                                                  3
CMN2152	     Image	and	Communication	                                       3

CMN2167	     Video	I	                                                       3
   OR
                                                                                     Course descriptions and the recommended course of
ISC2717	     Vidéo	I	:	les	bases1	                                          3
                                                                                     studies are available on the Faculty of Arts website —
                                                                                     www.arts.uOttawa.ca




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 S E CO N D L A N G UAG E
 The	Official	Languages	and	Bilingualism	Institute	(OLBI)	offers	several	            Note(s)
 programs in French as a second language tailored to your needs and                  	 Immersion	courses	FLS2581	and	FLS3581	are	language	courses	associated	with	
                                                                                     1

 skill	level:	a	basic	minor,	an	advanced	minor	and	a	major.                            a discipline-specific course taken in the second language.
 Our programs are designed to sharpen and broaden your skills in                     	 Immersion	courses	FLS4581	and	FLS4781	are	adjunct	language	courses	each	
                                                                                     2

 your second language. Courses focus on the four basic types of                        associated	with	any	two	discipline-specific	courses	at	the	3000	or	4000	level	
 communication (reading, writing, listening and speaking) and on                       taken concurrently in the second language.
 more specialized areas, such as grammar, vocabulary, pronunciation
 and culture.                                                                        Advanced Minor in French as a
 You perfect your French through an array of activities that use all sorts           Second Language (FLS)                                                30 credits
 of instructional materials. You also have access to both high-tech and
 traditional	learning	tools:	multimedia	materials	and	labs,	a	resource	              This program is intended for advanced-level in French as a
 centre,	video,	Internet	activities	and	conversation	groups	are	all	at	              second language.
 your disposal.
                                                                                     Complementary program offered only as a second discipline.
 These programs are for non-Francophone students only.                               No direct entry.
                                                                                     FLS2521	     Lecture	et	écriture	en	français	langue	seconde	:	niveau	avancé	       3
 Undergraduate Studies
 •	 Major	in	French	as	a	Second	Language	(FLS)                                       FLS2522	     Compréhension	et	expression	orale	en	français	langue	
 •	 Advanced	Minor	in	French	as	a	Second	Language	(FLS)                                           seconde	:	niveau	avancé	                                              3
 •	 Minor	in	French	as	a	Second	Language	(FLS)                                       FLS2581	     Cours	d’immersion	en	FLS	:	capacités	réceptives1	                     3
                                                                                     FLS2751	     Perfectionnement	de	l’expression	orale	en	français	langue	
 Career Opportunities                                                                             seconde	:	niveau	avancé	I	                                            3	
 In	Canada,	employers	are	actively	looking	for	people	who	are	fluent	in	             FLS2761	     Perfectionnement	de	l’expression	écrite	en	français	langue	
 French and English. Our graduates find employment in a wide variety                              seconde	:	niveau	avancé	I	                                            3
 of fields, such as teaching, the public service and tourism as well as in           FLS2771	     Grammaire	française	pour	étudiants	en	langue	seconde	:	
 private business.                                                                                niveau	avancé	I	                                                      3	
                                                                                     FLS2772	     Prononciation	française	pour	étudiants	en	langue	seconde	             3
 Bachelor’s Program Structure                                                        FLS3581	     Cours	d’immersion	en	FLS	:	capacités	productives1	                    3
 The Faculty of Arts programs have 120 credits, with the exception of the
 General Bachelor of Arts which has 90. A bachelor’s degree is made up               3	optional	FLS	credits	at	the	3000	level	and	above
 of basic skills, disciplinary and elective courses.                                 3	optional	FRE	credits	
 See	the	table	on	page	7	for	the	possible	combinations	and	the	                      Note(s)
 distribution of credits.                                                            	 Immersion	courses	FLS2581	and	FLS3581	are	language	courses	associated	with	
                                                                                     1

                                                                                       a discipline-specific course taken in the second language.
 Major in French as a
 Second Language (FLS)                                               42 credits      List of Optional Courses
                                                                                     FRE1732		    Cultures	et	littératures	des	francophonies	canadiennes		              3	
 FLS2521	     Lecture	et	écriture	en	français	langue	seconde	:	niveau	avancé	   3	   FRE2520	     Cultures	et	littératures	francophones	dans	le	monde	                  3
 FLS2522	     Compréhension	et	expression	orale	en	français	langue	                  FRE3504		    Roman	français		                                                      3	
              seconde	:	niveau	avancé	                                          3    FRE3520	     Poésie	française	et	québécoise	                                       3
 FLS2581	     Cours	d’immersion	en	FLS	:	capacités	réceptives1	                 3    FRE3744		    La	francophonie	par	les	films		                                       3
 FLS2751	     Perfectionnement	de	l’expression	orale	en	français	langue	
              seconde	:	niveau	avancé	I	                                        3    Minor in French as a
 FLS2761	     Perfectionnement	de	l’expression	écrite	en	français	langue	            Second Language (FLS)                                                30 credits
              seconde	:	niveau	avancé	I	                                        3
 FLS2771	     Grammaire	française	pour	étudiants	en	langue	seconde	:	                This program is intended for intermediate-level students in French
              niveau	avancé	I	                                                  3    as a second language.
 FLS2772	     Prononciation	française	pour	étudiants	en	langue	seconde	         3
                                                                                     Complementary program offered only as a second discipline.
 FLS3581	     Cours	d’immersion	en	FLS	:	capacités	productives1	                3    No direct entry.
 FLS3771	     Grammaire	française	pour	étudiants	en	langue	seconde	:	
              niveau	avancé	II	                                                 3    FLS2512	     Communication	orale	et	écrite	en	français	langue	seconde	:	
                                                                                                  niveau	intermédiaire	II	                                              3
 FLS3773	     Développement	du	vocabulaire	en	français	langue	seconde	          3
                                                                                     FLS2513	     Grammaire	française	pour	étudiants	en	langue	seconde	:	
 FLS4581	     Cours	d’immersion	en	FLS	:	communication	orale2	                  3
                                                                                                  niveau	intermédiaire	/	French	Grammar	for	Second	Language	
 FLS4781	     Cours	d’immersion	en	FLS	:	expression	écrite2	                    3
                                                                                                  Learners:	Intermediate	Level	                                         3
 3	optional	FRE	credits                                                              FLS2521	     Lecture	et	écriture	en	français	langue	seconde	:	niveau	avancé	       3
 3	optional	FRE	credits	at	the	3000	level                                            FLS2522	     Compréhension	et	expression	orale	en	français	langue	
                                                                                                  seconde	:	niveau	avancé	                                              3
 FLS3500		    Compétence	en	langue	seconde	:	                                        FLS2581	     Cours	d’immersion	en	FLS	:	capacités	réceptives1	                     3
              exercices	et	évaluation		       (3	credits	outside	the	program)




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FLS2751	    Perfectionnement	de	l’expression	orale	en	français	langue	
            seconde	:	niveau	avancé	I	                                        3
FLS2761	    Perfectionnement	de	l’expression	écrite	en	français	langue	
            seconde	:	niveau	avancé	I	                                        3
FLS2772	    Prononciation	française	pour	étudiants	en	langue	seconde	         3

6	optional	FLS	credits	at	the	3000	level	and	above,	including	immersion	courses

Note(s)
	 Immersion	courses	FLS2581	and	FLS3581	are	language	courses	associated	with	
1

  a discipline-specific course taken in the second language.




                                               Course descriptions and the recommended course of
                                               studies are available on the Faculty of Arts website —
                                               www.arts.uOttawa.ca
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 FRENCH STUDIES
 If	French	is	your	second	language	and	you’re	hoping	to…                        FLS2521	     Lecture	et	écriture	en	français	langue	seconde	:	niveau	avancé	    3
 •	 go	on	an	immersion	experience	to	France	or	to	the	province	                 FLS2522	     Compréhension	et	expression	orale	en	français	langue	
    of	Quebec,	                                                                              seconde	:	niveau	avancé	                                           3
 •	 learn	more	about	Francophone	cultures	and	literatures,                      FRE1732	     Cultures	et	littératures	des	francophonies	canadiennes	            3
 •	 teach	French	in	an	English-language	setting,                                FRE1734	     Lecture	et	analyse	textuelle	                                      3

 then	the	program	in	French	Studies	at	the	Département	de	français	is	just	     15 credits (minimum of 6 FLS credits at the 3000 level) from:
 what you need.                                                                 FLS2731	     Compréhension	de	l’oral	en	français	langue	seconde	:	
                                                                                             niveau	avancé	I	                                                   3	
 You start by taking language courses for non-Francophones to improve
 your French-language skills.                                                   FLS2741	     Compréhension	de	l’écrit	en	français	langue	seconde	:	
                                                                                             niveau	avancé	I	                                                   3	
 Then, with your increased mastery of the language, you can successfully        FLS2751	     Perfectionnement	de	l’expression	orale	en	français	langue	
 study	the	cultures	and	literatures	of	France,	Quebec,	the	Franco-Ontarian	                  seconde	:	niveau	avancé	I	                                         3	
 community and other Francophone populations by selecting from
                                                                                FLS2761	     Perfectionnement	de	l’expression	écrite	en	français	langue	
 29 courses for non-Francophones, all of which include cultural, linguistic
                                                                                             seconde	:	niveau	avancé	I	                                         3
 and literary components. This is an ideal formula if your goal is to teach
                                                                                FLS2771	     Grammaire	française	pour	étudiants	en	langue	seconde	:	
 French as a second language.
                                                                                             niveau	avancé	I	                                                   3
 Undergraduate Studies                                                          FLS3741	     Compréhension	de	l’écrit	en	français	langue	seconde	:	
 •	 Honours	BA	with	Specialization	in	French	Studies                                         niveau	avancé	II	                                                  3
 •	 Major	in	French	Studies                                                     FLS3751	     Perfectionnement	de	l’expression	orale	en	français	langue	
                                                                                             seconde	:	niveau	avancé	II	                                        3
 Graduate Studies                                                               FLS3761	     Perfectionnement	de	l’expression	écrite	en	français	langue	
 •	 Maîtrise	ès	arts	en	lettres	françaises	(M.A.)                                            seconde	:	niveau	avancé	II	                                        3
 •	 Doctorat	en	lettres	françaises	(Ph.D.)                                      FLS3771	     Grammaire	française	pour	étudiants	en	langue	seconde	:	
                                                                                             niveau	avancé	II	                                                  3	
 Language of Instruction                                                        FLS3773	     Développement	du	vocabulaire	en	français	langue	seconde	           3
 The language of instruction is French. Assignments and examinations
 must also be written in French.                                                12 credits from:
                                                                                FRE2510	     Culture	et	littérature	françaises	du	Moyen	Âge	à	la	Révolution	    3
 Specific Admission Requirements                                                FRE2515	     Culture	et	littérature	françaises	du	XIXe	siècle	à	aujourd’hui	    3
 Admission	to	the	programs	in	French	Studies	will	be	based	on	an	
                                                                                FRE2520	     Cultures	et	littératures	francophones	dans	le	monde	               3
 evaluation of the student’s academic record and on the results of a
 French	language	entrance	examination.	Students	who	take	this	exam	             FRE2537	     La	littérature	en	traduction	                                      3
 must already have a solid grounding in the French language.                    FRE2724	     La	bande	dessinée	                                                 3	
                                                                                FRE2734	     La	chanson	                                                        3
 Career Opportunities                                                           FRE2744	     Littérature	pour	enfants	et	adolescents	                           3
 These programs lead to careers in teaching, communications, translation        FRE2754	     La	nouvelle	                                                       3
 and	in	jobs	where	English	and	French	are	required.
                                                                                21 credits (minimum of 6 credits at the 4000 level) from:
 Bachelor’s Program Structure                                                   FRE3504	     Roman	français	                                                    3	
 The Faculty of Arts programs have 120 credits, with the exception of the       FRE3514	     Roman	québécois	                                                   3	
 General Bachelor of Arts which has 90. A bachelor’s degree is made up          FRE3520	     Poésie	française	et	québécoise	                                    3	
 of basic skills, disciplinary and elective courses.                            FRE3725	     Théâtre	français	                                                  3	
 See	the	table	on	page	7	for	the	possible	combinations	and	the	                 FRE3735	     Théâtre	québécois	et	franco-ontarien	                              3	
 distribution of credits.                                                       FRE3744	     La	francophonie	par	les	films	                                     3	
                                                                                FRE3760	     Littérature	de	l’Ontario	français	                                 3	
                                                                                FRE3770	     Littératures	francophones	contemporaines	                          3	
 Honours BA with Specialization                                                 FRE3780	     Les	écritures	de	soi	                                              3	
 in French Studies                                               120 credits    FRE4510	     Variations	du	français	dans	la	littérature	                        3	
                                                                                FRE4520	     Littérature	et	stylistique	                                        3	
 Co-operative education is available.
                                                                                FRE4525	     Théories	littéraires	                                              3	
 ENG1100		   Workshop	in	Essay	Writing	                                     3   FRE4535	     Femmes	en	littérature	                                             3	
 PHI1101	    Reasoning	and	Critical	Thinking	                               3   FRE4545	     Mythes	et	littérature	                                             3	
 3 credits from:                                                                FRE4555	     Littérature	et	histoire	                                           3	
 ENG1120	     Literature	and	Composition	I:	Prose	Fiction	                  3   FRE4565	     Littérature	et	engagement	                                         3	
 ENG1121	     Literature	and	Composition	II:	Drama	and	Poetry	              3   FRE4575	     Le	cinéma	français	                                                3	
                                                                                FRE4585	     Dynamiques	interculturelles	                                       3	
 3 credits from:
                                                                                FRE4586	     Littératures	croisées	                                             3
 PHI1102	     Moral	Reasoning	                                              3
 PHI1103	     Fundamental	Philosophical	Questions	                          3
 PHI1104	     Great	Philosophers	                                           3




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Major in French Studies                                            42 credits      6 credits from:
                                                                                   FRE2510	     Culture	et	littérature	françaises	du	Moyen	Âge	à	la	Révolution	   3
Co-operative education is available when taking this program as part               FRE2515	     Culture	et	littérature	françaises	du	XIXe	siècle	à	aujourd’hui	   3
of an honours degree.                                                              FRE2520	     Cultures	et	littératures	francophones	dans	le	monde	              3
FLS2521	    Lecture	et	écriture	en	français	langue	seconde	:	niveau	avancé	   3    FRE2537	     La	littérature	en	traduction	                                     3
FLS2522	    Compréhension	et	expression	orale	en	français	langue	                  FRE2724	     La	bande	dessinée	                                                3
            seconde	:	niveau	avancé	                                          3    FRE2734	     La	chanson	                                                       3
FRE1732	    Cultures	et	littératures	des	francophonies	canadiennes	           3    FRE2744	     Littérature	pour	enfants	et	adolescents	                          3
FRE1734	    Lecture	et	analyse	textuelle	                                     3    FRE2754	     La	nouvelle	                                                      3
15 credits (minimum of 6 FLS credits at the 3000 level) from:                      9 credits (minimum of 6 credits at the 4000 level) from:
FLS2731	     Compréhension	de	l’oral	en	français	langue	seconde	:	                 FRE3504	     Roman	français	                                                   3
             niveau	avancé	I	                                                 3    FRE3514	     Roman	québécois	                                                  3
FLS2741	     Compréhension	de	l’écrit	en	français	langue	seconde	:	                FRE3520	     Poésie	française	et	québécoise	                                   3
             niveau	avancé	I	                                                 3    FRE3725	     Théâtre	français	                                                 3
FLS2751	     Perfectionnement	de	l’expression	orale	en	français	langue	            FRE3735	     Théâtre	québécois	et	franco-ontarien	                             3	
             seconde	:	niveau	avancé	I	                                       3
                                                                                   FRE3744	     La	francophonie	par	les	films	                                    3
FLS2761	     Perfectionnement	de	l’expression	écrite	en	français	langue	
                                                                                   FRE3760	     Littérature	de	l’Ontario	français	                                3
             seconde	:	niveau	avancé	I	                                       3
                                                                                   FRE3770	     Littératures	francophones	contemporaines	                         3
FLS2771	     Grammaire	française	pour	étudiants	en	langue	seconde	:	
             niveau	avancé	I	                                                 3    FRE3780	     Les	écritures	de	soi	                                             3
FLS3741	     Compréhension	de	l’écrit	en	français	langue	seconde	:	                FRE4510	     Variations	du	français	dans	la	littérature	                       3
             niveau	avancé	II	                                                3    FRE4520	     Littérature	et	stylistique	                                       3
FLS3751	     Perfectionnement	de	l’expression	orale	en	français	langue	            FRE4525	     Théories	littéraires	                                             3
             seconde	:	niveau	avancé	II	                                      3    FRE4535	     Femmes	en	littérature	                                            3
FLS3761	     Perfectionnement	de	l’expression	écrite	en	français	langue	           FRE4545	     Mythes	et	littérature	                                            3
             seconde	:	niveau	avancé	II	                                      3    FRE4555	     Littérature	et	histoire	                                          3
FLS3771	     Grammaire	française	pour	étudiants	en	langue	seconde	:	               FRE4565	     Littérature	et	engagement	                                        3	
             niveau	avancé	II	                                                3	   FRE4575	     Le	cinéma	français	                                               3
FLS3773	     Développement	du	vocabulaire	en	français	langue	seconde	         3    FRE4585	     Dynamiques	interculturelles	                                      3
                                                                                   FRE4586	     Littératures	croisées	                                            3




                                              Course descriptions and the recommended course of
                                              studies are available on the Faculty of Arts website —
                                              www.arts.uOttawa.ca
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 GEOGRAPHY
 Geography addresses highly relevant issues like climate change and              GEG2301	     Geomorphology	                                              3
 human adaptation; water resources and their management; community               GEG2304	     Climatology	                                                3
 organization and evolution; social interaction in urban space; and              GEG2320	     Introduction	to	Geomatics	                                  3
 northern development in permafrost environments.
                                                                                 GEG2918	     Camp	d’automne	I	/	Field	Camp	I	                            3	
 Our programs provide you with the knowledge, tools and technical skills         GEG3321	     Geographical	Approaches	to	Environmental	Issues	            3
 that	make	you	highly	employable	as	soon	as	you	graduate.	What’s	more,	
                                                                                 3 credits from:
 emerging technologies such as computer cartography, remote sensing
 and	geographic	information	systems	(GIS)	are	an	integral	part	of	the	           GEG3105	 Remote	Sensing	                                                 3
 curriculum, as are unforgettable field experiences in Canada’s north            GEG3106	 Cities	and	Social	Change	                                       3
 land, in the Great Lakes basin and in the Appalachians.
                                                                                 3 credits from:
 Undergraduate Studies                                                           GEG4920	 Camp	d’automne	de	géographie	humaine	/	
 •	 Honours	BA	with	Specialization	in	Geography                                               Human	Geography	Field	Camp	                                 3	
 •	 Major	in	Geography                                                           GEG4921	 Camp	d’automne	de	géographie	physique	/	
 •	 Minor	in	Geography                                                                        Physical	Geography	Field	Camp	                              3	
 •	 Joint	Honours	BA	in	Environmental	Studies	and	Geography	
    (bilingual)                                                                  6	optional	GEG	credits
 •	 Joint	Honours	BA	in	Geography	and	Sociology                                  9	optional	GEG	credits	at	the	3000	or	4000	level
                                                                                 6	optional	GEG	credits	at	the	4000	level1
 Graduate Studies
 •	   Master	of	Arts	in	Geography	(MA)                                           48	elective	credits	
 •	   Master	in	Science	in	Geography	(MSc)                                          OR
 •	   Master	in	Geography	(without	thesis)	(MGeg)                                A	minor	of	30	credits	plus	18	elective	credits	
 •	   Doctorate	in	Geography	(PhD)
                                                                                 Note(s)
 Career Opportunities                                                            	 Excluding	GEG4000,	GEG4001	and	GEG4019.
                                                                                 1

 These programs lead to careers such as geographer, consultant in geo-
 marketing or planning firms, teacher, park administrator, community
 planner, guide in national parks and land-use expert.
                                                                                 Major in Geography                                              42 credits
                                                                                 Co-operative education and French immersion are available when
 Bachelor’s Program Structure                                                    taking this program as part of an honours degree.
 The Faculty of Arts programs have 120 credits, with the exception of the
                                                                                 GEG1301	     The	Physical	Environment	                                   3
 General Bachelor of Arts which has 90. A bachelor’s degree is made up
 of basic skills, disciplinary and elective courses.                             GEG1302	     Society	and	Environment	                                    3
                                                                                 MAT1371	     Descriptive	Statistics	                                     3
 See	the	table	on	page	7	for	the	possible	combinations	and	the	
                                                                                 GEG2104	     Methods	of	Geographical	Research	                           3
 distribution of credits.
                                                                                 GEG2320	     Introduction	to	Geomatics	                                  3
                                                                                 GEG2918	     Camp	d’automne	I	/	Field	Camp	I	                            3
 Honours BA with Specialization                                                  6 credits from:
 in Geography                                                    120 credits     GEG2108	 Contested	Places	                                               3	
 Co-operative education and French immersion are available.                      GEG2109	 Canada	and	its	Regions	                                         3
                                                                                 GEG2301	 Geomorphology	                                                  3
 ENG1100	    Workshop	in	Essay	Writing	                                     3	   GEG2304	 Climatology	                                                    3
 PHI1101	    Reasoning	and	Critical	Thinking	                               3	
                                                                                 3 credits from:
 3 credits from:                                                                 GEG3105	 Remote	Sensing	                                                 3
 ENG1120	     Literature	and	Composition	I:	Prose	Fiction	                  3	   GEG3106	 Cities	and	Social	Change	                                       3
 ENG1121	     Literature	and	Composition	II:	Drama	and	Poetry	              3	
                                                                                 3 credits from:
 3 credits from:                                                                 GEG4920	 Camp	d’automne	de	géographie	humaine	/	
 PHI1102	     Moral	Reasoning	                                              3                 Human	Geography	Field	Camp	                                 3
 PHI1103	     Fundamental	Philosophical	Questions	                          3    GEG4921	 Camp	d’automne	de	géographie	physique	/	
 PHI1104	     Great	Philosophers	                                           3                 Physical	Geography	Field	Camp	                              3

 GEG1301	    The	Physical	Environment	                                      3	   6	optional	GEG	credits	at	the	3000	or	4000	level
 GEG1302	    Society	and	Environment	                                       3    6	optional	GEG	credits	at	the	4000	level1
 MAT1371	    Descriptive	Statistics	                                        3	
                                                                                 Note(s)
 GEG2104	    Methods	of	Geographical	Research	                              3
                                                                                 	 Excluding	GEG4000,	GEG4001	and	GEG4019.
                                                                                 1
 GEG2108	    Contested	Places	                                              3	
 GEG2109	    Canada	and	its	Regions	                                        3	




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Minor in Geography                                               30 credits      3	optional	GEG	credits
                                                                                 12	optional	GEG	credits	at	the	3000	or	4000	level
GEG1301	     The	Physical	Environment	                                      3    3	optional	GEG	credits	at	the	4000	level
GEG1302	     Society	and	Environment	                                       3
                                                                                 27	elective	credits
3 credits from:
GEG2108	 Contested	Places	                                                  3    Joint Honours BA in
GEG2109	 Canada	and	its	Regions	                                            3
                                                                                 Geography and Sociology                                         120 credits
3 credits from:
GEG2301	 Geomorphology	                                                     3    Co-operative education and French immersion are available.
GEG2304	 Climatology	                                                       3    ENG1100	     Workshop	in	Essay	Writing	                                      3
                                                                                 PHI1101	     Reasoning	and	Critical	Thinking	                                3
12 optional GEG credits
6	optional	GEG	credits	at	the	3000	or	4000	level                                 3 credits from:
                                                                                 ENG1120	     Literature	and	Composition	I:	Prose	Fiction	                    3
Joint Honours BA in Environmental                                                ENG1121	     Literature	and	Composition	II:	Drama	and	Poetry	                3

Studies and Geography (bilingual)                               120 credits      3 credits from:
                                                                                 PHI1102	     Moral	Reasoning	                                                3
Co-operative education and French immersion are available.                       PHI1103	     Fundamental	Philosophical	Questions	                            3
ENG1100	     Workshop	in	Essay	Writing	                                     3	   PHI1104	     Great	Philosophers	                                             3
PHI1101	     Reasoning	and	Critical	Thinking	                               3	
                                                                                 Methodology                                                         (3 credits)
3 credits from:
                                                                                 MAT1371	     Descriptive	Statistics	                                         3
ENG1120	     Literature	and	Composition	I:	Prose	Fiction	                   3
                                                                                   OR
ENG1121	     Literature	and	Composition	II:	Drama	and	Poetry	               3    SOC3142	     Applied	Statistical	Analysis	                                   3
3 credits from:
                                                                                 Geography                                                         (45 credits)
PHI1102	     Moral	Reasoning	                                               3
PHI1103	     Fundamental	Philosophical	Questions	                           3    GEG1301	     The	Physical	Environment	                                       3
PHI1104	     Great	Philosophers	                                            3    GEG1302	     Society	and	Environment	                                        3
                                                                                 GEG2104	     Methods	of	Geographical	Research	                               3
Environmental Studies                                             (39 credits)   GEG2108	     Contested	Places	                                               3
At least 12 credits specific to the program, excluding bilingual courses,        GEG2109	     Canada	and	its	Regions	                                         3
must be taken in the second language.                                            GEG2320	     Introduction	to	Geomatics	                                      3
BIO1130	     Introduction	to	Organismal	Biology	                            3	   GEG2918	     Camp	d’automne	I	/	Field	Camp	I	                                3
ENV1101	     Global	Environmental	Challenges	                               3    GEG3106	     Cities	and	Social	Change	                                       3
BIO2129	     Ecology	                                                       3    GEG4920	     Camp	d’automne	de	géographie	humaine	/	
                                                                                              Human	Geography	Field	Camp	                                     3	
ENV2501	     La	recherche	environnementale	:	approches	et	méthodes	         3
PHI2398	     Environmental	Ethics	                                          3    12 optional GEG credits
ENV3321	     Geographical	Approaches	to	Environmental	Issues	               3    6	optional	GEG	credits	at	the	4000	level	(excluding	GEG4000,	GEG4001	
ENV4118	     Environmental	Impact	Assessment	                               3       and	GEG4019)
ENV4910	     Recherche	sur	le	terrain	/	Field	Study	Course	                 3
ENV4920	     Séminaire	de	recherche	en	études	de	l’environnement	/	              Sociology                                                         (45 credits)
             Research	Seminar	in	Environmental	Studies	                     3
                                                                                 SOC1101	     Principles	of	Sociology	                                        3
6 credits from:                                                                  SOC2111	     Principles	of	Methodology	                                      3
CHM1100	 Chemistry	and	the	Human	Environment	                               3    ANT2108	     Fieldwork	                                                      3
ECO2121	     Economics	of	Globalization	                                    3    SOC2112	     Classical	Sociological	Theories	                                3
POL1102	     Politics	and	Globalization	                                    3
                                                                                 6 credits from:
PHY1703	     Physique	et	environnement	                                     3
                                                                                 SOC3106	 Weber	and	Weberian	Analysis	                                        3
6	optional	ENV	credits                                                           SOC3126	 Marx	and	Marxist	Analysis	                                          3
                                                                                 SOC3136	 Durkheim	and	Durkheimian	Analysis	                                  3
Geography                                                         (42 credits)
GEG1301	     The	Physical	Environment	                                      3    SOC3117	     Qualitative	Research	Laboratory	                                3
GEG1302	     Society	and	Environment	                                       3    SOC3312	     Theoretical	Currents	in	Contemporary	Sociology	                 3
MAT1371	     Descriptive	Statistics	                                        3    SOC4117	     Quantitative	Research	Laboratory	                               3
GEG2104	     Methods	of	Geographical	Research	                              3    3 credits from:
GEG2320	     Introduction	to	Geomatics	                                     3    SOC2101	 Sociological	Approaches	to	Health,	Illness	and	Medicine	            3
GEG2918	     Camp	d’automne	I	/	Field	Camp	I	                               3    SOC2103	 Socio-anthropology	of	the	Family	                                   3
GEG3302	     Natural	Resource	Management	                                   3    SOC2104	 Women,	Men	and	Society	                                             3
GEG3303	     Health	Geography	                                              3    SOC2107	 Principles	of	Demography	                                           3
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SOC2113	     Techniques,	Cultures	and	Environments	                     3
SOC2114	     Diversity:	History,	Issues	and	Challenges	                 3
SOC2151	     Globalization:	Sociological	and	Anthropological	Aspects	   3
SOC2300	     Analysis	of	Scientific	Thought	                            3
SOC2309	     Canadian	Society	                                          3
SOC2312	     Political	Sociology	                                       3
SOC2708	     Sociologie	des	communautés	francophones	en	situation	
             minoritaire	du	Canada	                                     3
3 credits from:
SOC4103	 Sociology	of	Populations	                                      3
SOC4104	 Family,	Life	Trajectories	and	Society	                         3
SOC4121	     Ethnic	and	National	Questions	                             3
SOC4127	 Contemporary	Analysis	of	Migration	                            3
SOC4135	 Local	and	Global	Economic	Relations	                           3
SOC4144	 Social	Change	                                                 3
SOC4303	 The	Knowledge	Society	and	Social	Organization	                 3

6	optional	SOC	credits
3	optional	SOC	credits	at	the	3000	level	and	above
3	optional	SOC	credits	at	the	4000	level

15	elective	credits




                                               Course descriptions and the recommended course of
                                               studies are available on the Faculty of Arts website —
                                               www.arts.uOttawa.ca
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S PAT I A L A N A LYS I S
Geomatics is a rapidly expanding branch of geography with concrete              Minor in Geomatics and Spatial Analysis                 30 credits
applications in areas such as health-care planning, epidemiology,
criminology, defense and security, disaster management, environmental           Complementary program offered only as a second discipline.
and resource monitoring, and urban planning. Geographic information             No direct entry.
systems	(GIS)	have	also	made	it	easier	to	capture,	manage	and	visualize	
geographic information. From producing more efficient transit schedules         GEG2320	    Introduction	to	Geomatics	                            3
to	mapping	disease	outbreaks	or	areas	affected	by	the	2004	Indian	              GEG3105	    Remote	Sensing	                                       3
Ocean	tsunami	or	hurricane	Katrina	in	2005,	geomatics	plays	an	                 GEG3312	    Advanced	GIS	                                         3
essential role.
                                                                                6 credits from:
Undergraduate Studies                                                           GEG2108	 Contested	Places	                                        3
•	 Major	in	Geomatics	and	Spatial	Analysis                                      GEG2109	 Canada	and	its	Regions	                                  3
•	 Minor	in	Geomatics	and	Spatial	Analysis                                      GEG2301	 Geomorphology	                                           3
                                                                                GEG2304	 Climatology	                                             3
Career Opportunities
These programs lead to careers in transportation planning, business             15	optional	GEG	credits
geomatics, health-care planning, hazard mitigation and disaster
management, spatial analysis and tactical logistics.

Bachelor’s Program Structure
The Faculty of Arts programs have 120 credits, with the exception of the
General Bachelor of Arts which has 90. A bachelor’s degree is made up
of basic skills, disciplinary and elective courses.
See	the	table	on	page	7	for	the	possible	combinations	and	the	
distribution of credits.


Major in Geomatics and Spatial Analysis                        42 credits
French immersion is available when taking this program as part of an
honours degree.
CSI1390	    Introduction	to	Computers	                                     3
GEG1301	    The	Physical	Environment	                                      3
GEG1302	    Society	and	Environment	                                       3
MAT1330	    Calculus	for	the	Life	Sciences	I	                              3
MAT1332	    Calculus	for	the	Life	Sciences	II	                             3
GEG2104	    Methods	of	Geographical	Research	                              3
GEG2320	    Introduction	to	Geomatics	                                     3
GEG3105	    Remote	Sensing	                                                3
GEG3312	    Advanced	GIS	                                                  3

15	optional	GEG	credits

List of Optional Courses
6 credits from:
GEG2108	 Contested	Places	                                                 3	
GEG2109	 Canada	and	its	Regions	                                           3
GEG2301	 Geomorphology	                                                    3
GEG2304	 Climatology	                                                      3
9 credits from:
GEG4105	 GIS	in	Environmental	Research	                                    3
GEG4120	 GIS	and	Numerical	Spatial	Analysis	                               3
GEG4121	 Applications	of	GIS	in	Natural	and	Social	Sciences	               3
GEG4301	 Advanced	Geomatics	                                               3
GEG4531	 Systèmes	spatiaux	et	analyse	quantitative	                        3
                                                                                    Course descriptions and the recommended course of
                                                                                    studies are available on the Faculty of Arts website —
                                                                                    www.arts.uOttawa.ca




www.arts.uOttawa.ca                                                                             University of Ottawa            Faculty of Arts
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 GERMAN
 If	you	truly	want	to	broaden	your	horizons	in	the	21st century, learning       ALG3901	     Cours	avancé	d’allemand	I	/	Advanced	German	I	                  3
 German will give you the edge you need. German is one of the most              ALG3902	     Cours	avancé	d’allemand	II	/	Advanced	German	II	                3
 widely	spoken	languages	in	the	world.	Indeed,	more	than	120	million	
 people have German as their mother tongue, while thousands of                  3 credits from:
 others	study	it	for	reasons	both	practical	and	social.	With	knowledge	         ALG2100	 Special	Topics	in	German	Culture	                                   3
 of	German,	you	improve	your	employment	opportunities:	Germany	                 ALG2134	 German	Culture	Through	the	Ages	                                    3
 has the largest economy in the European Union and the third largest
 in the world. German is a leading language of science, literature, art,        6	optional	ALG	credits	at	the	4000	level
 philosophy	and	history.	Bottom	line:	being	able	to	speak	and	write	            6	optional	ALG	credits	at	the	3000	level
 German puts you in high demand.                                                9 optional ALG credits
 Our courses not only allow you to acquaint yourself with contemporary
 German, but also give you insights into the cultural and political
                                                                                Mandatory requirement: Immersion stay abroad
 history of German-speaking countries, and into German cinema and               A minimum of 12 credits must be taken abroad in a university where
 literature. Through exchange programs with Germany and Austria, you            German is the language of instruction and study. The University of
 can complete some courses toward your degree in a native-speaking              Ottawa will establish ALG course equivalencies. This requirement
 environment. Closer to home, the activities of the German Club provide         also involves specific participation conditions.
 an informal setting for honing your German-language skills.                    Students	are	eligible	for	a	mobility	scholarship	of	$2,000.

 Undergraduate Studies
 •	 Major	in	German	Language	and	Culture                                        Minor in German                                                    30 credits
 •	 Minor	in	German
                                                                                Admission to this program can be done in the first year of the
 Language of Instruction                                                        General Bachelor of Arts program or after successfully completing
 All of our language courses, as well as several of our upper-level             24 university credits (8 courses) in an honours bachelor’s program.
 courses, are taught in German. Other courses are offered in either             ALG1001	     Cours	élémentaire	intensif	d’allemand	/	
 English or French.                                                                          Intensive	Elementary	German	                                    6
                                                                                  OR
 Specific Admission Requirements                                                ALG1901	     Cours	élémentaire	d’allemand	I	/	Elementary	German	I	           3
 Students	who	already	know	the	language	must	take	a	placement	test	
                                                                                ALG1902	     Cours	élémentaire	d’allemand	II	/	Elementary	German	II	         3
 that serves to evaluate their actual proficiency and may exempt them
 from certain basic courses.
                                                                                ALG2001	     Cours	intensif	intermédiaire	d’allemand	/	
 Career Opportunities                                                                        Intensive	Intermediate	German	                                  6
 Mastering	a	foreign	language	is	an	important	asset	in	the	business	              OR
 sector and in the public service. Career opportunities include                 ALG2901	     Cours	intermédiaire	d’allemand	I	/	Intermediate	German	I	       3
 immigration officer, language teacher, tourism professional and                ALG2902	     Cours	intermédiaire	d’allemand	II	/	Intermediate	German	II	     3
 cultural affairs consultant.
                                                                                ALG3901	     Cours	avancé	d’allemand	I	/	Advanced	German	I	                  3
 Bachelor’s Program Structure                                                   ALG3902	     Cours	avancé	d’allemand	II	/	Advanced	German	II	                3
 The Faculty of Arts programs have 120 credits, with the exception of the
 General Bachelor of Arts which has 90. A bachelor’s degree is made up          12 optional ALG credits
 of basic skills, disciplinary and elective courses.
 See	the	table	on	page	7	for	the	possible	combinations	and	the	
 distribution of credits.


 Major in German Language and Culture                              42 credits


 ALG1001	    Cours	élémentaire	intensif	d’allemand	/	
             Intensive	Elementary	German	                                   6
   OR
 ALG1901	    Cours	élémentaire	d’allemand	I	/	Elementary	German	I	          3
 ALG1902	    Cours	élémentaire	d’allemand	II	/	Elementary	German	II	        3

 ALG2001	    Cours	intensif	intermédiaire	d’allemand	/	
             Intensive	Intermediate	German	                                 6
   OR
 ALG2901	    Cours	intermédiaire	d’allemand	I	/	Intermediate	German	I	      3       Course descriptions and the recommended course of
 ALG2902	    Cours	intermédiaire	d’allemand	II	/	Intermediate	German	II	    3       studies are available on the Faculty of Arts website —
                                                                                    www.arts.uOttawa.ca




www.arts.uOttawa.ca                                                                           University of Ottawa                        Faculty of Arts
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H I S TO R Y
The study of history promotes a better understanding of how societies           3 HIS credits at the 2000 or 3000 level in each of the following categories:1
work, the factors that bring them together and set them apart, and the          Canadian History (C)
events	that	shape	their	values	and	identity.	It	also	helps	to	explain	how	      History	of	the	United	States	(A)
different political and legal systems came into being and how economic
                                                                                European History (E)
and geographical conditions affect the way in which countries evolve.
You can choose from a wide variety of courses in Canadian, American,            Non-Western	History	(N)
European and world history.
                                                                                27	optional	HIS	credits	at	the	2000,	3000	or	4000	level1
Undergraduate Studies                                                           12	credits	of	seminars	at	the	4000	level
•	   Honours	BA	with	Specialization	in	History
•	   Major	in	History                                                           48	elective	credits
•	   Minor	in	History                                                              OR
•	   Joint	Honours	BA	in	History	and	Political	Science                          A	minor	of	30	credits	plus	18	elective	credits

Graduate Studies                                                                Note(s)
                                                                                	 12	credits	must	be	at	the	3000	or	4000	level.
                                                                                1
•	 Master	of	Arts	in	History	(MA)
•	 Doctorate	in	History	(PhD)
                                                                                Major in History                                                     42 credits
Career Opportunities
History graduates are highly valued for their research skills. These            Co-operative education and French immersion are available when
programs lead to careers such as historian, research consultant,                taking this program as part of an honours degree.
museum curator and teacher.
                                                                                6 credits from:
Bachelor’s Program Structure                                                    HIS1101	     The	Making	of	Canada	                                              3
The Faculty of Arts programs have 120 credits, with the exception of the        HIS1110	     The	Twentieth-Century	World	to	1945	                               3
General Bachelor of Arts which has 90. A bachelor’s degree is made up           HIS1111	     The	Twentieth-Century	World	from	1945	                             3
of basic skills, disciplinary and elective courses.                             HIS1120	     The	History	of	Europe	(16th-20th	Century)	                         3

See	the	table	on	page	7	for	the	possible	combinations	and	the	                  3 credits in Methodology from:
distribution of credits.                                                        HIS2100	     The	Historian’s	Craft	                                             3
                                                                                HIS2197	     Philosophy	of	History	                                             3
                                                                                HIS2390	     Theory	and	Practice	of	Micro-History	                              3
Honours BA with Specialization in History 120 credits
                                                                                HIS2391	     History	and	Theory	                                                3
Co-operative education and French immersion are available.                      3 HIS credits at the 2000 or 3000 level in each of the following categories:1
ENG1100	     Workshop	in	Essay	Writing	                                    3	   Canadian History (C)
PHI1101	     Reasoning	and	Critical	Thinking	                              3    History	of	the	United	States	(A)
3 credits from:                                                                 European History (E)
                                                                                Non-Western	History	(N)
ENG1120	     Literature	and	Composition	I:	Prose	Fiction	                  3
ENG1121	     Literature	and	Composition	II:	Drama	and	Poetry	              3    15	optional	HIS	credits	at	the	2000	level	and	above1
3 credits from:                                                                 6	optional	HIS	credits	at	the	4000	level	including	at	least	one	seminar
PHI1102	     Moral	Reasoning	                                              3
PHI1103	     Fundamental	Philosophical	Questions	                          3    Note(s)
                                                                                		12	credits	must	be	at	the	3000	or	4000	level.
                                                                                1
PHI1104	     Great	Philosophers	                                           3
6 credits from:                                                                 Minor in History                                                     30 credits
HIS1101	     The	Making	of	Canada	                                         3
HIS1110	     The	Twentieth-Century	World	to	1945	                          3    6 credits from:
HIS1111	     The	Twentieth-Century	World	from	1945	                        3    HIS1101	     The	Making	of	Canada	                                              3
HIS1120	     The	History	of	Europe	(16th-20th	Century)	                    3    HIS1110	     The	Twentieth-Century	World	to	1945	                               3
3 credits in Methodology from:                                                  HIS1111	     The	Twentieth-Century	World	from	1945	                             3
HIS2100	     The	Historian’s	Craft	                                        3    HIS1120	     The	History	of	Europe	(16th-20th	Century)	                         3
HIS2197	     Philosophy	of	History	                                        3
                                                                                18	optional	HIS	credits	at	the	2000	or	3000	level
HIS2390	     Theory	and	Practice	of	Micro-History	                         3
                                                                                6	optional	HIS	credits	at	the	3000	level	and	above
HIS2391	     History	and	Theory	                                           3




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Joint Honours BA in History
and Political Science                                              120 credits
Co-operative education and French immersion are available.
ENG1100	     Workshop	in	Essay	Writing	                                         3
PHI1101	     Reasoning	and	Critical	Thinking	                                   3
3 credits from:
ENG1120	     Literature	and	Composition	I:	Prose	Fiction	                       3
ENG1121	     Literature	and	Composition	II:	Drama	and	Poetry	                   3
3 credits from:
PHI1102	     Moral	Reasoning	                                                   3
PHI1103	     Fundamental	Philosophical	Questions	                               3
PHI1104	     Great	Philosophers	                                                3

History                                                               (48 credits)
3	HIS	credits	in	Methodology	(M)
3	credits	in	Canadian	History	(C)	at	the	2000	or	3000	level
3	credits	in	European	History	(E)	at	the	2000	or	3000	level
3	credits	in	United	States	History	(A)	at	the	2000	or	3000	level
3	credits	in	Non-Western	History	(N)	at	the	2000	or	3000	level
9	optional	HIS	credits
12	optional	HIS	credits	at	the	3000	level
12	optional	HIS	credits	at	the	4000	level

Political Science                                                     (48 credits)
POL1101	     Understanding	Politics	                                            3
POL2101	     Introduction	to	Canadian	Politics	                                 3
POL2103	     Introduction	to	International	Relations	and	Global	Politics	       3
POL2104	     Introduction	to	Comparative	Politics	                              3
POL2107	     Introduction	to	Political	Thought	                                 3
POL2108	     Modern	Political	Thought	I	                                        3
POL2156	     Foundations	of	Research	in	Political	Science	                      3
POL3102	     Modern	Political	Thought	II	                                       3
POL3156	     Research	Techniques	in	Political	Science	                          3
3 credits from:
POL4134	     Law,	Politics	and	the	Constitution	in	Canada	                      3
POL4150	     Electoral	Systems	and	Political	Parties	                           3
POL4151	     Interest	Groups	and	Social	Movements	in	Canada	                    3
POL4153	     Canadian	Federalism	                                               3
POL4154	     Parliamentary	Government	in	Canada	                                3
POL4166	 Social	and	Political	Thought	in	Canada	                                3
POL4565	 Développement	des	idéologies	sociales	et	politiques	au	Québec	         3
3 credits from:
POL3111	     International	Organizations	                                       3
POL3115	     Comparative	Politics	of	Development	                               3
POL4124	     The	Politics	of	Security	                                          3
POL4176	     International	Political	Economy	                                   3
POL4522	 Multilatéralisme	:	formes	et	enjeux	                                   3
3 credits from:
POL4310	     Honours	Seminar	in	Political	Thought	                              3
POL4320	 Honours	Seminar	in	Canadian	Politics	                                  3
POL4330	 Honours	Seminar	in	International	Relations	and	Global	Politics	        3
POL4350	 Honours	Seminar	in	Comparative	Politics	                               3

6	optional	POL	credits                                                               Course descriptions and the recommended course of
6	optional	POL	credits	at	the	4000	level                                             studies are available on the Faculty of Arts website —
                                                                                     www.arts.uOttawa.ca
12 elective credits
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H I S TO R Y A N D T H E O R Y O F A R T
These programs give you a solid grounding in the history of art and an                Minor in History and Theory of Art                                   30 credits
awareness of current critical discussions and debates in the field. Courses
focus on twentieth-century and contemporary North-American and                        ART2160	     Art	Histories	                                                   3
European	art	practice	and	theory.	We	use	an	interdisciplinary	approach	               ART2161	     Art	Theories	                                                    3
in these programs, making sure to examine topics and themes from
                                                                                      ART3170	     Modern	Art	and	the	Crisis	of	Representation	                     3
different theoretical points of view or perspectives (historical, post-
colonial, feminist, etc.).                                                            ART3171	     Art,	Utopia	and	the	Avant-Garde	                                 3
                                                                                      ART3180	     Art	after	Modernism	                                             3
Undergraduate Studies                                                                 ART3181	     Artistic	Strategies	of	the	Postmodern	Era	                       3
•	 Major	in	History	and	Theory	of	Art
•	 Minor	in	History	and	Theory	of	Art                                                 12 optional credits in ART History and Theory of Art (H)1

Career Opportunities                                                                  Note(s)
These programs lead to careers in the arts sector and in education.                   		(H):	History	and	Theory	of	Art	course.	Other	courses	may	be	selected	
                                                                                      1

                                                                                        in consultation with the Department.

Bachelor’s Program Structure                                                          This program cannot be combined with the Bachelor of Fine Arts (BFA).
The Faculty of Arts programs have 120 credits, with the exception of the
General Bachelor of Arts which has 90. A bachelor’s degree is made up
of basic skills, disciplinary and elective courses.
See	the	table	on	page	7	for	the	possible	combinations	and	the	
distribution of credits.


Major in History and Theory of Art                                       42 credits
French immersion is available when taking this program as part of an
honours degree.
ART2160	     Art	Histories	                                                       3
ART2161	     Art	Theories	                                                        3
ART3170	     Modern	Art	and	the	Crisis	of	Representation	                         3
ART3171	     Art,	Utopia	and	the	Avant-Garde	                                     3
ART3180	     Art	after	Modernism	                                                 3
ART3181	     Artistic	Strategies	of	the	Postmodern	Era	                           3
ART4955	     Séminaire	de	recherche	en	histoire	et	théorie	de	l’art	/	
             Research	Seminar	in	History	and	Theory	of	Art	                       3

18	optional	credits	in	Art	History	and	Theory	of	Art	(H)1
3	optional	credits	in	Art	History	and	Theory	of	Art	(H)	at	the	4000	level1

Note(s)
	 (H):	History	and	Theory	of	Art	course.	Other	courses	may	be	selected	in	
1

  consultation with the Department.
This program cannot be combined with the Bachelor of Fine Arts (BFA) nor with
the	Major	in	Visual	Arts	(MVA).
This	program	leads	to	the	MA	in	History	of	Art	program.	




                                                                                          Course descriptions and the recommended course of
                                                                                          studies are available on the Faculty of Arts website —
                                                                                          www.arts.uOttawa.ca




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 I TA L I A N
 The Bel	Paese	has	it	all:	art,	fashion,	fast	cars,	Dante,	dolce	vita,	cinema,	           Mandatory requirement: Immersion stay abroad
 popes!	By	enrolling	in	the	Italian	program	you	can	learn	not	only	about	                 A minimum of 12 credits must be taken abroad in a university where
 Italian	language	and	culture	from	the	Middle	Ages	to	the	present	but	                    Italian	is	the	language	of	instruction	and	study.	The	University	of	Ottawa	
 also	about	the	fascinating	Italian	heritage	in	North	America.	You	can	visit	             will	establish	ITA	course	equivalencies.	This	requirement	also	involves	
 Italy	and	practice	speaking	the	language	through	our	Italian	summer	                     specific participation conditions.
 program and our study-abroad programs. You will love the fact that
 more	than	60%	of	the	world’s	art	treasures	are	found	in	Italy.	By	enrolling	             Students	are	eligible	for	a	mobility	scholarship	of	$2,000.
 in	our	Italian	courses,	you	can	partake	in	this	ancient	tradition	as	well	as	
 in	modern-day	Italian	culture.                                                           Minor in Italian                                                           30 credits
 Employers	nowadays	actively	seek	Italian	speakers.	Through	our	
 program,	you	will	not	only	learn	the	Italian	language	but	also	understand	               Admission to this program can be done in the first year of the
 Italian	cinema,	literature,	fashion	and	other	aspects	of	Italian	culture.	               General Bachelor of Arts program or after successfully completing
 You will quickly acquire the tools needed to enter the workplace with                    24 university credits (8 courses) in an honours bachelor’s program.
 an	excellent	knowledge	of	Italian.                                                       ITA1911	     Cours	élémentaire	d’italien	I	/	Elementary	Italian	I	                  3
                                                                                          ITA1912	     Cours	élémentaire	d’italien	II	/	Elementary	Italian	II	                3
 Undergraduate Studies
                                                                                          ITA2911	     Cours	intermédiaire	d’italien	I	/	Intermediate	Italian	I	              3
 •	 Major	in	Italian	Language		and	Culture
 •	 Minor	in	Italian                                                                      ITA2912	     Cours	intermédiaire	d’italien	II	/	Intermediate	Italian	II	            3
                                                                                          ITA3911	     Cours	avancé	d’italien	I	/	Advanced	Italian	I	                         3
 Language of Instruction                                                                  ITA3912	     Cours	avancé	d’italien	II	/	Advanced	Italian	II	                       3
 The	language	courses	are	taught	in	Italian.	Other	courses	are	offered	in	
 either English or French.                                                                12	optional	ITA	credits

 Specific Admission Requirements
 Students	who	already	know	the	language	must	take	a	placement	test	
 that serves to evaluate their actual proficiency and may exempt them
 from certain basic courses.

 Career Opportunities
 Mastering	a	foreign	language	is	an	important	asset	in	the	business	sector	
 and in the public service. These programs lead to careers in diplomatic
 service, foreign affairs, tourism and teaching.

 Bachelor’s Program Structure
 The Faculty of Arts programs have 120 credits, with the exception of the
 General Bachelor of Arts which has 90. A bachelor’s degree is made up
 of basic skills, disciplinary and elective courses.
 See	the	table	on	page	7	for	the	possible	combinations	and	the	
 distribution of credits.


 Major in Italian Language and Culture                                      42 credits
 ITA1911	     Cours	élémentaire	d’italien	I	/	Elementary	Italian	I	                   3
 ITA1912	     Cours	élémentaire	d’italien	II	/	Elementary	Italian	II	                 3
 ITA2911	     Cours	intermédiaire	d’italien	I	/	Intermediate	Italian	I	               3
 ITA2912	     Cours	intermédiaire	d’italien	II	/	Intermediate	Italian	II	             3
 ITA3911	     Cours	avancé	d’italien	I	/	Advanced	Italian	I	                          3
 ITA3912	     Cours	avancé	d’italien	II	/	Advanced	Italian	II	                        3
 3 credits from:
 ITA1113	     Italian	Cinema	                                                         3
 ITA2113	     Italian	Culture	                                                        3

 21	ITA	credits	of	which	at	least	6	credits	at	the	3000	level	and	6	credits	at	the	
    4000	level



                                                                                              Course descriptions and the recommended course of
                                                                                              studies are available on the Faculty of Arts website —
                                                                                              www.arts.uOttawa.ca




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JEWISH CANADIAN STUDIES
In	this	multidisciplinary	program,	you	come	to	understand	Jewish	life,	          Courses in Canadian Studies
culture, language, literature and history in a Canadian context. You study       ART3334	 Canadian	Art	and	Cultural	Identities	                      3
the	major	Jewish	communities	in	Canada’s	cultural	mosaic	at	the	turn	            CDN2300	 Methodology	of	Documentary	Research	in	Canadian	Studies	   3
of the twentieth century, with a focus on history, sociology, literature
                                                                                 CDN3100	 Histories	and	Perceptions	of	History	in	Canada	            3
and the arts. You also learn about the significant contribution of Jews
to Canada’s growing cultural diversity in the last century. You can also         CDN4100	 Contemporary	Issues	in	Canada	                             3
study the Yiddish language and its culture. These courses include both           CDN4101	 Selected	Topics	in	Canadian	Studies	                       3
classroom study and enrichment activities such as films, conferences             CIN3197	    Canadian	and	Quebec	Cinema	I:	Fiction	                  3
and field trips.                                                                 CIN3198	    Canadian	and	Quebec	Cinema	II:	Documentary	             3
                                                                                 CMN2181	 Intercultural	Communication	                               3
Undergraduate Studies                                                            ECO2113	    Canada	and	the	World	Economy	                           3
•	 Minor	in	Jewish	Canadian	Studies
                                                                                 ECO2146	 Introduction	to	Canadian	Economic	History	                 3
Career Opportunities                                                             ENG3321	 Canadian	Short	Story	                                      3
This program leads to a career in community development, politics,               ENG3386	 Canadian	Fiction	of	the	20th	Century	to	Mid-Century	       3
research or education.                                                           ENG3387	 Canadian	Fiction	of	the	20th	Century	since	Mid-Century	    3
                                                                                 ENG3388	 Canadian	Poetry	of	the	20th	Century	                       3
Bachelor’s Program Structure                                                     FEM3301	 Women’s	Issues	in	Canada	                                  3
The Faculty of Arts programs have 120 credits, with the exception of the         FRA3595	    Auteur	majeur	québécois	                                3
General Bachelor of Arts which has 90. A bachelor’s degree is made up            FRA3746	    Théâtres	de	la	francophonie	canadienne	                 3
of basic skills, disciplinary and elective courses.                              FRA3754	 Le	roman	québécois	de	1900	à	1970	                         3
See	the	table	on	page	7	for	the	possible	combinations	and	the	                   FRA3755	    Le	roman	québécois	depuis	1970	                         3
distribution of credits.                                                         GEG2109	 Canada	and	its	Regions	                                    3
                                                                                 HIS1101	    The	Making	of	Canada	                                   3
                                                                                 HIS2130	    The	Peopling	of	North	America	                          3
Minor in Jewish Canadian Studies                                    30 credits
                                                                                 LSR1105	    Leisure	in	Canadian	Society	                            3
Complementary program offered only as a second discipline.                       LSR2135	    Recreation	and	Political	Processes	                     3
No direct entry.                                                                 POL3146	 Canadian	Foreign	Policy	                                   3
CDN1100	     Introduction	to	Canadian	Studies	                               3   POL3528	 La	vie	politique	au	Québec	                                3
CDN1300	     Introduction	to	Jewish	Canadian	Studies	                        3   SOC2309	 Canadian	Society	                                          3
                                                                                 SRS1191	    Religion	and	Culture	in	Canada	                         3
12	optional	credits	in	Jewish	Canadian	Studies	                                  SRS2386	    History	of	Religion	in	Canada	                          3
12	optional	credits	in	Canadian	Studies                                          SRS3385	    Religion	and	Multiculturalism	in	Canada	                3
                                                                                 THE3347	 Theatre	in	English	Canada	                                 3
List of Optional Courses
Courses in Jewish Canadian Studies
CDN2105	 History	of	the	Jews	of	Canada	                                      3
CDN3102	 Selected	Topics	in	Jewish	Canadian	Studies	                         3
CDN3383	 Jewish	Canadian	Writers	                                            3
HBR1901	 Initiation	à	l’hébreu	et	à	la	culture	hébraïque	I	/	
             Introduction	to	the	Hebrew	Language	and	Culture	I	              3
HBR1902	 Initiation	à	l’hébreu	et	à	la	culture	hébraïque	II	/	
             Introduction	to	the	Hebrew	Language	and	Culture	II	             3
HIS3328	     The	Holocaust	                                                  3
SRS3314	     Judaism	                                                        3
YDD1901	 Introduction	à	la	langue	et	à	la	culture	yiddish	I	/	
             Introduction	to	the	Yiddish	Language	and	Culture	I	             3
YDD1902	 Introduction	à	la	langue	et	à	la	culture	yiddish	II	/	
             Introduction	to	the	Yiddish	Language	and	Culture	II	            3
YDD2104	 Yiddish	Literature	and	Film	                                        3




                                                                                    Course descriptions and the recommended course of
                                                                                    studies are available on the Faculty of Arts website —
                                                                                    www.arts.uOttawa.ca




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 JOURNALISM
 The Department of Communication offers an honours bachelor in                      CMN4148	     Communication	and	Governmental	Organizations	                   3
 journalism	jointly	with	Algonquin	College	(in	English)	and	with	La	                CMN4166	     Audience	Research	                                              3
 Cité collégiale (in French). The Department provides the theoretical,              CMN4185	     Political	Economy	of	the	Media	                                 3
 analytical and critical foundations whereas the Colleges focus on the
 practical training.                                                                30	optional	credits	from	the	list	below
 In	today’s	job	market,	journalists	must	be	more	versatile,	possessing	                OR
 both a broader understanding of societal trends as well as specialist              A	minor	of	30	credits	offered	by	the	University	of	Ottawa
 knowledge in certain fields that are most often interconnected. Thanks
 to an array of minors, this degree offers you an opportunity to apply              45	credits	in	equivalences	for	the	diploma	in	Journalism	from	Algonquin	College
 your	journalistic	skills	to	the	thorough	analysis	of	key	social	issues	
 and, as such, to offer the public more insightful and more powerful                List of Optional Courses
 reporting. Upon graduation, you’ll not only have to demonstrate your
                                                                                    6 ECO credits from:
 ability to blend academic knowledge with professional know-how, but
 also establish yourself as team player. Bottom line, employers want                ECO1102	    Introduction	to	Macroeconomics	                                  3
 journalists	who	bring	a	wide	range	of	professional	skills	to	the	table.               OR
                                                                                    ECO1302	 Contemporary	Macroeconomic	Issues	                                  3
 Undergraduate Studies
 •	 Honours	Bachelor	in	Journalism                                                  ECO1104	     Introduction	to	Microeconomics	                                 3
                                                                                      OR
 Graduate Studies                                                                   ECO1304	     Contemporary	Microeconomic	Issues	                              3
 •	   Master	of	Arts	in	Communication	(MA)
 •	   Master	of	Communication	(MC)
 •	   Graduate	certificate	in	Organizational	Communication                          ECO2113	     Canada	and	the	World	Economy	                                   3
 •	   Graduate	Certificate	in	Government	Communication                              ECO2114	     Introduction	to	Labour	and	Population	Economics	                3
                                                                                    ECO2115	     Introduction	to	Money	and	Banking	                              3
 Career Opportunities                                                               ECO2117	     Introduction	to	the	Economics	of	Developing	Countries	          3
 This	program	leads	to	careers	such	as	journalist	(print,	radio,	television,	       ECO2118	     Introduction	to	the	Economics	of	the	Environment	               3
 new media), researcher, public relations officer, announcer and
                                                                                    ECO2146	     Introduction	to	Canadian	Economic	History	                      3
 press attaché.
                                                                                    3 ENV credits:
 Bachelor’s Program Structure                                                       ENV1101	    Global	Environmental	Challenges	                                 3
 The Faculty of Arts programs have 120 credits, with the exception of the           3 to 6 GEG credits from:
 General Bachelor of Arts which has 90. A bachelor’s degree is made up
                                                                                    GEG1301	 The	Physical	Environment	                                           3
 of basic skills, disciplinary and elective courses.
                                                                                    GEG1302	 Society	and	Environment	                                            3
 See	the	table	on	page	7	for	the	possible	combinations	and	the	                     GEG2109	 Canada	and	its	Regions	                                             3
 distribution of credits.
                                                                                    6 HIS credits from:
                                                                                    HIS1101	     The	Making	of	Canada	                                           3
 Honours Bachelor in Journalism                                  120 credits        HIS1110	     The	Twentieth-Century	World	to	1945	                            3
                                                                                    HIS1111	     The	Twentieth-Century	World	from	1945	                          3
                                                                                    HIS2153	     The	United	States	from	1945	to	the	Present	                     3
 ENG1100	    Workshop	in	Essay	Writing	                                         3
                                                                                    HIS2182	     Women	in	Canada	                                                3
   OR
 ENG1120	    Literature	and	Composition	I:	Prose	Fiction	                       3   HIS2342	     Europe	in	the	20th	Century	                                     3
   OR                                                                               HIS2364	     Contemporary	Canada	                                            3
 ENG1121	    Literature	and	Composition	II:	Drama	and	Poetry	                   3   6 POL credits from:
                                                                                    POL1101	    Understanding	Politics	                                          3	
 CMN1160	    Introduction	to	Media	Studies	                                     3   POL2101	    Introduction	to	Canadian	Politics	                               3
 CMN2101	    Research	Methods	in	Communication	                                 3   POL2103	 Introduction	to	International	Relations	and	Global	Politics	        3
 CMN2160	    Theories	of	the	Media	                                             3   POL2107	 Introduction	to	Political	Thought	                                  3
 CMN3102	    Quantitative	Methods	                                              3   POL3111	    International	Organizations	                                     3
 CMN3103	    Qualitative	Methods	                                               3   POL3115	    Comparative	Politics	of	Development	                             3
 CMN3133	    Political	Communication	                                           3   POL3126	    Women	and	Politics	                                              3
 CMN3144	    Public	Relations	                                                  3
 CMN3150	    History	of	Journalism	                                             3
 CMN3152	    Journalism	Ethics	                                                 3
 CMN3165	    Media	Industries	                                                  3
 CMN4115	    Media	and	Public	Broadcasting	                                     3




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3 to 6 SOC credits from:
SOC1101	     Principles	of	Sociology	                              3
SOC2103	 Socio-Anthropology	of	the	Family	                         3
SOC2104	 Women,	Men	and	Society	                                   3
SOC2106	 Introduction	to	Deviance	and	Social	Problems	             3
SOC2309	 Canadian	Society	                                         3




                                           Course descriptions and the recommended course of
                                           studies are available on the Faculty of Arts website —
                                           www.arts.uOttawa.ca
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 L AT I N A M E R I C A N S T U D I E S
 The	Department	of	Modern	Languages	and	Literatures	offers	a	minor	                ESP2101	       Spanish	and	Latin	American	Cinema	                                 3
 in	Latin	American	Studies.	The	program	provides	a	comprehensive	                  ESP2301	       Hispanic	Literature	in	Translation	                                3
 understanding of the cultures, histories, languages and societies of a            GEG3315	       Geography	of	Latin	America	                                        3
 region that has roughly five hundred million people, as well as close
                                                                                   HIS2170	       Latin	America,	Colonial	Period	                                    3
 and growing ties to Canada.
                                                                                   HIS2171	       Latin	America,	Modern	Period	                                      3
 Open to students from all faculties, the program represents a unique              HIS3195	       Selected	Topics	in	Latin	American	History	                         3
 chance to complement your main field of studies through a mind-                   POR2101	       The	Culture	of	Portuguese-Speaking	Countries	I	                    3
 broadening exploration of a changing, heterogeneous universe.
                                                                                   POR2102	       The	Culture	of	Portuguese-Speaking	Countries	II	                   3
 For instance, you have the opportunity to study Latin America from
 the perspective of multiple disciplines thanks to interdepartmental               POR3101	       Literature	and	Cinema	of	the	Portuguese	Speaking	Countries	        3
 and interfaculty courses, conferences, discussion groups and                      6 credits from courses offered at the Faculty of Social Sciences2
 cultural activities.                                                              ANT3340	 Anthropology	of	Latin	America	and	the	Caribbean	                         3
 By introducing this minor, the University wants to help you discover              DVM4130	 International	Development	Issues	in	Latin	America	                       3
 a new and exciting field of studies, expand your knowledge base                   POL3145	 Latin	American	Politics	                                                 3
 by acquiring insights into the multiple facets of Latin America, gain             SCS3160	     Selected	Topics	in	Latin	American	Studies:	Socio-Political	Issues	   3
 intercultural and multidisciplinary competence, and become well
 acquainted with the polyphonic discourse of this immense region                   12 optional credits from the courses offered at the Faculty of Arts and the
 of the world.                                                                        Faculty	of	Social	Sciences2

 Undergraduate Studies                                                             Note(s)
 •	 Minor	in	Latin	American	Studies                                                	 Students	whose	level	of	proficiency	is	higher	than	elementary	in	Spanish	or	
                                                                                   1

                                                                                     Portuguese	as	established	by	a	placement	test,	will	either	take	6	credits	at	
 Language of Instruction                                                             the	intermediate	or	advanced	level	or	6	credits	in	the	other	languages.	
 The	language	courses	are	taught	in	Spanish	or	in	Portuguese.	                     2
                                                                                       A maximum of 9 credits in a given discipline
 Other courses are offered in either English or French.

 Specific Admission Requirements
 Students	who	already	know	the	language	must	take	a	placement	test	
 that serves to evaluate their actual proficiency and may exempt them
 from certain basic courses.

 Career Opportunities
 This program leads to a career in diplomatic service, tourism, cultural
 affairs or international business.

 Bachelor’s Program Structure
 The Faculty of Arts programs have 120 credits, with the exception of the
 General Bachelor of Arts which has 90. A bachelor’s degree is made up
 of basic skills, disciplinary and elective courses.
 See	the	table	on	page	7	for	the	possible	combinations	and	the	
 distribution of credits.


 Minor in Latin American Studies                                      30 credits
 Complementary program offered only as a second discipline.
 No direct entry.

 6 credits in one of the following languages:
 ESP1991	      Cours	élémentaire	d’espagnol	I	/	Elementary	Spanish	I1	         3
 ESP1992	      Cours	élémentaire	d’espagnol	II	/	Elementary	Spanish	II1	       3
    OR
 POR1901	 Cours	élémentaire	de	portugais	I	/	Elementary	Portuguese	I1	         3
 POR1902	 Cours	élémentaire	de	portugais	II	/	Elementary	Portuguese	II1	       3
 6 credits from courses offered at the Faculty of Arts2
 ELA1102	     Latin	American	Cultures	I	                                       3
 ELA2102	     Latin	American	Cultures	II	                                      3
 ELA3110	     Selected	Topics	in	Latin	American	Studies:	Cultural	Issues	      3         Course descriptions and the recommended course of
 ESP1101	     Introduction	to	Spanish	Culture	                                 3         studies are available on the Faculty of Arts website —
 ESP2100	     Special	Topics	in	Spanish	and	Latin	American	Culture	            3         www.arts.uOttawa.ca




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L AT I N A N D E N G L I S H S T U D I E S
Students	in	the	honours	program	in	Latin	and	English	studies	will	               ENG3323	     Medieval	Literature	I	                                              3
examine	the	extensive	influence	exerted	by	Latin	literature	and	classical	       ENG3339	     Sixteenth-Century	Literature	                                       3
culture on English literature. The program emphasizes the early periods          ENG3340	     Seventeenth-Century	Literature	                                     3
of	English	literature,	when	classical	influences	weighed	heavily	on	
                                                                                 ENG3341	     Eighteenth-Century	Literature	                                      3
European culture.
                                                                                 3	optional	ENG	credits	at	the	4000	level2
Undergraduate Studies
•	 Honours	BA	with	Specialization	in	Latin	and	English	Studies                   Compulsory courses in Latin (LCL):
                                                                                 LCL1101	  Latin	I	                                                               3
Graduate Studies                                                                 LCL1102	  Latin	II	                                                              3
•	 Master	of	Arts	in	English	Literature	(MA)
                                                                                 LCL2101	  Latin	III	                                                             3
•	 Doctorate	in	English	(PhD)
                                                                                 LCL3100	  Selections	from	Latin	Authors3	                                        3
Language of Instruction
                                                                                 12 optional credits from Latin Authors3
In	addition	to	Latin	language	courses,	given	in	Latin,	this	program	
features courses in English literature, given in English, and classical          6	optional	CLA	or	LCL	credits
civilization, which can be taken in English or French.
                                                                                 54	elective	credits
Career Opportunities                                                                OR
Opportunities	abound	for	Latin	and	English	graduates.	With	well-                 A	minor	of	30	credits	plus	24	elective	credits	
developed skills in reading, critical thinking and creative writing, Latin
and English graduates are highly valued and extremely marketable in
                                                                                 Note(s)
                                                                                 	Students	who	register	as	specialists	in	Latin	and	English	Studies	in	their	first	
                                                                                 1
our knowledge-based economy. Employment opportunities can be
                                                                                   year	are	required	to	take	ENG1122	and	ENG1123.	For	students	taking	the	
found in teaching, writing and publishing and in the public service.
                                                                                   specialization	in	Latin	and	English	Studies,	ENG1122	or	ENG2122	and	ENG1123	
                                                                                   or	ENG2123	are	prerequisites	for	3000-level	English	courses.	
Bachelor’s Program Structure
                                                                                 	 The	4000-level	requirement	can	be	fulfilled	only	by	4000-level	seminar	courses	
                                                                                 2
The Faculty of Arts programs have 120 credits, with the exception of the
                                                                                   (and not by directed readings, honours essays or writing workshops).
General Bachelor of Arts which has 90. A bachelor’s degree is made up
of basic skills, disciplinary and elective courses.                              	 LCL3100	and	LCL4100	are	repeatable	for	credit	with	different	content	from	year	
                                                                                 3

                                                                                   to year.
See	the	table	on	page	7	for	the	possible	combinations	and	the	
distribution of credits.
                                                                                 List of Optional Courses
                                                                                 12 optional credits from Latin Authors:
Honours BA with Specialization
                                                                                 LCL3100	    Selections	from	Latin	Authors1	                                      3
in Latin and English Studies                                      120 credits
                                                                                 LCL4100	    Latin	Authors1	                                                      3
PHI1101	    Reasoning	and	Critical	Thinking	                                 3   Note(s)
3 credits from:                                                                  	 LCL3100	and	LCL4100	are	repeatable	for	credit	with	different	content	from	year	
                                                                                 1


PHI1102	     Moral	Reasoning	                                                3     to year.
PHI1103	     Fundamental	Philosophical	Questions	                            3
PHI1104	     Great	Philosophers	                                             3
Compulsory ENG courses:
ENG1122	  Literature	and	Composition	III:	English	Literature	before	17001	   3
  OR
ENG2122	 Literature	and	Composition	III:	English	Literature	before	17001	    3

ENG1123	    Literature	and	Composition	IV:	English	Literature	since	17001	   3
  OR
ENG2123	    Literature	and	Composition	IV:	English	Literature	since	17001	   3

ENG2212	    Classical	and	Biblical	Backgrounds	in	English	Literature	        6

ENG3133	    Elizabethan	Shakespeare	                                         3
  OR
ENG3134	    Jacobean	Shakespeare	                                            3

                                                                                     Course descriptions and the recommended course of
                                                                                     studies are available on the Faculty of Arts website —
                                                                                     www.arts.uOttawa.ca




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 LETTRES FRANÇAISES
 Our programs in lettres	françaises offer complete, diverse and thorough       B.A. spécialisé approfondi
 training	through:
                                                                               en lettres françaises                                                120 crédits
 •		 Studying literature from France, Quebec, French speaking Ontario
     and other communities of La Francophonie                                  Le régime d’enseignement coopératif est offert.
     Using a number of critical and theoretical approaches, this analysis
                                                                               PHI1501	     Raisonnement	et	pensée	critique	                                       3
     will expand your understanding of cultural diversity, sharpen your
     critical thinking and enrich your oral and written expression.            3 crédits parmi :
 •	 Mastering the French language and, in particular, writing in French        PHI1502	     Raisonnement	moral	                                                    3	
    Specialized	courses	will	give	you	the	tools	to	improve	your	syntax,	       PHI1503	     Les	grandes	questions	philosophiques	                                  3	
    enrich your vocabulary and polish your style. Other courses will           PHI1504	     Les	grands	philosophes	                                                3	
    give you theoretical knowledge as well as practical experience
    with the tools (particularly computerized tools) and the writing and       FRA1746	     Littérature	française	:	des	origines	au	XVIIIe	siècle1	                3
    publishing methods used in many occupational settings including            FRA1748	     Littératures	française	et	québécoise	:	du	XIXe	siècle	à	nos	jours1	    3	
    institutions, businesses, the public service, public relations and
                                                                               FRA2545	     Littérature	et	culture	de	l’Ontario	français	                          3	
    the media.
                                                                               FRA2730	     Le	théâtre	                                                            3	
 •		 Developing your flair for creative writing                                FRA2732	     Méthodologie	des	études	en	lettres	                                    3
     Workshops	led	by	writers	in	residence	and	professor	writers	will	help	
                                                                               FRA2740	     La	poésie	                                                             3
     you improve your own writing and enhance your creativity.
                                                                               FRA2780	     Le	récit	                                                              3	
      What’s	more,	the	University	of	Ottawa’s	Département	de	français is       FRA2789	     Grammaire	et	expression	                                               3	
      one of the very few university departments in Canada to offer both a     FRA2799	     Grammaire	et	style	                                                    3
      master’s and a doctoral program in creative writing.
                                                                               FRA3759	     Histoire	de	la	langue	française	                                       3
 Undergraduate Studies
 •	   B.A.	spécialisé	approfondi	en	lettres	françaises                         FRA3561	     Le	Moyen	Âge	                                                          3
 •	   Majeure	en	lettres	françaises                                              OU
 •	   Mineure	en	lettres	françaises                                            FRA3571	     La	Renaissance	                                                        3	
 •	   B.A.	spécialisé	bidisciplinaire	en	communication	et	lettres	françaises
                                                                               FRA3562	     Le	classicisme	                                                        3
 Graduate Studies                                                                OU
 •	 Maîtrise	ès	arts	en	lettres	françaises	(M.A.)
                                                                               FRA3572	     Le	siècle	des	Lumières	                                                3
 •	 Doctorat	en	lettres	françaises	(Ph.D.)

 Language of Instruction                                                       FRA3761	     Le	romantisme	                                                         3	
 The language of instruction is French. All assignments and examinations         OU
 must be presented or written in French. However, elective courses may         FRA3762	     Le	symbolisme	                                                         3	
 be completed in either English or French.                                       OU
                                                                               FRA3763	     Le	réalisme	                                                           3	
 Career Opportunities
 These programs lead to careers in teaching, professional writing and          3 crédits parmi :
 copywriting, editing, communication and creative writing.                     FRA3743	     La	poésie	moderne	                                                     3	
                                                                               FRA3746	     Théâtres	de	la	francophonie	canadienne	                                3
 Bachelor’s Program Structure                                                  FRA3754	 Le	roman	québécois	de	1900	à	1970	                                         3	
 The Faculty of Arts programs have 120 credits, with the exception of the      FRA3755	     Le	roman	québécois	depuis	1970	                                        3	
 General Bachelor of Arts which has 90. A bachelor’s degree is made up         3 crédits parmi :
 of basic skills, disciplinary and elective courses.
                                                                               FRA3547	 Littératures	francophones	d’Afrique	et	des	Antilles	                       3	
 See	the	table	on	page	7	for	the	possible	combinations	and	the	                FRA3751	     Le	roman	français	de	la	première	moitié	du	XXe	siècle	                 3	
 distribution of credits.                                                      FRA3752	     Le	roman	français	contemporain	                                        3	
                                                                               FRA3753	     Le	théâtre	français	contemporain	                                      3
                                                                               FRA3764	 Le	surréalisme	                                                            3

                                                                               9 crédits optionnels FRA
                                                                               6	crédits	optionnels	FRA	de	niveau	4000
                                                                               Les cours optionnels FRA peuvent être regroupés, si l’étudiant le désire, selon
                                                                                  l’un des profils indiqués ci-dessous.

                                                                               54	crédits	au	choix
                                                                                  OU
                                                                               Une	mineure	de	30	crédits	plus	24	crédits	au	choix	




www.arts.uOttawa.ca                                                                          University of Ottawa                       Faculty of Arts
58


Note(s)                                                                                FRA3562	     Le	classicisme	                                                       3	
	 Le	Département	recommandera	le	cours	FRA2520	aux	étudiants	de	lettres	
1
                                                                                         OU
  françaises	qui	auront	manifesté	de	sérieuses	difficultés	en	grammaire	dans	          FRA3572	     Le	siècle	des	Lumières	                                               3	
  les	cours	FRA1746	et	FRA1748	(moins	de	50	%	à	la	composante	langue	de	
  ce cours).                                                                           FRA3761	     Le	romantisme	                                                        3	
                                                                                         OU
Liste des cours optionnels                                                             FRA3762	     Le	symbolisme	                                                        3
La liste ci-dessous est une liste partielle des cours offerts par                        OU
le	Département	de	français.                                                            FRA3763	     Le	réalisme	                                                          3
                                                                                       6 crédits parmi :
PROFIL CRÉATION                                                                        FRA2545	 Littérature	et	culture	de	l’Ontario	français	                             3	
FRA2560	    Création	littéraire	I	                                                3	   FRA3547	 Littératures	francophones	d’Afrique	et	des	Antilles	                      3	
FRA3570	    Création	littéraire	II	                                               3    FRA3752	     Le	roman	français	contemporain	                                       3	
FRA4554	    Création	littéraire	III	                                              3	   FRA3755	     Le	roman	québécois	depuis	1970	                                       3	
FRA4560	    Enjeux	de	la	création	littéraire	                                     3	
FRA4795	    Création	littéraire	dirigée	                                          3	   6	crédits	optionnels	FRA
                                                                                       6	crédits	optionnels	FRA	de	niveau	4000
PROFIL ÉDITION                                                                         Les cours optionnels peuvent être regroupés, si l’étudiant le désire, selon l’un
FRA2705	    Réécriture	et	révision	                                               3	      des profils indiqués ci-dessous.
FRA3700	    Édition	et	société	                                                   3	
                                                                                       Note(s)
FRA3701	    Éditique	:	mise	en	pages	et	correction	                               3	
                                                                                       	 Le	Département	recommandera	le	cours	FRA2520	aux	étudiants	de	lettres	
                                                                                       1
FRA3702	    Le	texte	et	l’image	                                                  3	     françaises	qui	auront	manifesté	de	sérieuses	difficultés	en	grammaire	dans	
FRA4701	    Rédaction	hypertextuelle	                                             3	     les	cours	FRA1746	et	FRA1748	(moins	de	50	%	à	la	composante	langue	de	
                                                                                         ce cours).
PROFIL LANGUE
FRA3749	    La	rhétorique	                                                        3	   Liste des cours optionnels
FRA3768	    Grammaire	critique	du	français	contemporain	                          3    La liste ci-dessous est une liste partielle des cours offerts par le
FRA3799	    Ancien	français	                                                      3	   Département	de	français.
FRA4589	    La	langue	dans	le	texte	littéraire	                                   3	
                                                                                       PROFIL CRÉATION
PROFIL RÉDACTION
                                                                                       FRA2560	     Création	littéraire	I	                                                3	
FRA2549	    Contraction	et	synthèse	de	textes	                                    3	
                                                                                       FRA3570	     Création	littéraire	II	                                               3	
FRA3548	    Écriture	et	information	                                              3
                                                                                       FRA4554	     Création	littéraire	III	                                              3
FRA3568	    Communication	écrite	                                                 3	
                                                                                       FRA4560	     Enjeux	de	la	création	littéraire	                                     3
FRA3578	    Critique	culturelle	                                                  3	
                                                                                       FRA4795	     Création	littéraire	dirigée	                                          3	
FRA3748	    Écriture	et	persuasion	                                               3
                                                                                       PROFIL ÉDITION
Majeure en lettres françaises                                         42 crédits
                                                                                       FRA2705	     Réécriture	et	révision	                                               3	
L’enseignement coopératif est offert lorsque ce programme est suivi                    FRA3700	     Édition	et	société	                                                   3
dans le cadre d’un baccalauréat spécialisé.                                            FRA3701	     Éditique	:	mise	en	pages	et	correction	                               3	
FRA1746	    Littérature	française	:	des	origines	au	XVIIIe	siècle1	               3	   FRA3702	     Le	texte	et	l’image	                                                  3	
FRA1748	    Littératures	française	et	québécoise	:	du	XIXe	siècle	à	nos	jours1	   3    FRA4701	     Rédaction	hypertextuelle	                                             3	

6 crédits parmi :                                                                      PROFIL LANGUE
FRA2549	 Contraction	et	synthèse	de	textes	                                       3	   FRA3749	     La	rhétorique	                                                        3
FRA2789	 Grammaire	et	expression	                                                 3	   FRA3768	     Grammaire	critique	du	français	contemporain	                          3	
FRA2799	 Grammaire	et	style	                                                      3	   FRA3799	     Ancien	français	                                                      3	
FRA3759	     Histoire	de	la	langue	française	                                     3	   FRA4589	     La	langue	dans	le	texte	littéraire	                                   3
6 crédits parmi :
                                                                                       PROFIL RÉDACTION
FRA2730	 Le	théâtre	                                                              3
FRA2732	 Méthodologie	des	études	en	lettres	                                      3    FRA2549	     Contraction	et	synthèse	de	textes	                                    3
FRA2740	     La	poésie	                                                           3    FRA3548	     Écriture	et	information	                                              3
FRA2780	 Le	récit	                                                                3    FRA3568	     Communication	écrite	                                                 3
                                                                                       FRA3578	     Critique	culturelle	                                                  3	
6 crédits parmi :
                                                                                       FRA3748	     Écriture	et	persuasion	                                               3
FRA3561	     Le	Moyen	Âge	                                                        3	
   OU
FRA3571	     La	Renaissance	                                                      3	
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Mineure en lettres françaises                                        30 crédits       CMN2548	     Communication	organisationnelle	                                       3
                                                                                        OU
FRA1746	    Littérature	française	:	des	origines	au	XVIIIe	siècle	               3    CMN2560	     Théories	des	médias	                                                   3
FRA1748	    Littératures	française	et	québécoise	:	du	XIXe	siècle	à	nos	jours	   3	
                                                                                      CMN3562		 Journalisme	culturel	                                                     3
18	crédits	optionnels	FRA                                                               OU
6	crédits	optionnels	FRA	de	niveau	3000	ou	4000                                       CMN3563		 Journalisme	écrit	                                                        3

B.A. spécialisé bidisciplinaire en                                                    6	crédits	optionnels	CMN
                                                                                      9	crédits	optionnels	CMN	de	niveau	4000
communication et lettres françaises                                 120 crédits
Le régime d’enseignement coopératif est offert.                                       Lettres françaises                                                      (48 crédits)

PHI1501	    Raisonnement	et	pensée	critique	                                     3    FRA1746	     Littérature	française	:	des	origines	au	XVIII 	siècle 	
                                                                                                                                               e      1
                                                                                                                                                                          3
                                                                                      FRA1748	     Littératures	française	et	québécoise	:	du	XIXe	siècle	à	nos	jours1	    3
3 crédits parmi :
                                                                                      FRA2789	     Grammaire	et	expression	                                               3
PHI1502	     Raisonnement	moral	                                                 3
PHI1503	     Les	grandes	questions	philosophiques	                               3
                                                                                      FRA2548	     Écrits	narratifs	et	descriptifs	                                       3
PHI1504	     Les	grands	philosophes	                                             3
                                                                                        OU
Communication                                                         (48 crédits)    FRA2549	     Contraction	et	synthèse	de	textes	                                     3

CMN1548	    Introduction	à	la	communication	organisationnelle	                   3    18	crédits	optionnels	FRA
CMN1560	    Introduction	à	l’étude	des	médias	                                   3    12	crédits	optionnels	FRA	de	niveau	3000	ou	4000
CMN2501	    Méthodes	de	recherche	en	communication	                              3    6	crédits	optionnels	FRA	de	niveau	4000
CMN2530	    Communication	interpersonnelle	                                      3
                                                                                      18	crédits	au	choix
CMN2570	    Nouveaux	médias	                                                     3
CMN3502	    Méthodes	quantitatives	                                              3    Note(s)
CMN3503	    Méthodes	qualitatives	                                               3    	 Le	Département	recommandera	le	cours	FRA2520	aux	étudiants	de	lettres	
                                                                                      1

CMN3505	    Éthique	des	médias	                                                  3      françaises	qui	auront	manifesté	de	sérieuses	difficultés	en	grammaire	dans	
CMN3509	    Théories	des	communications	                                         3      les	cours	FRA1746	et	FRA1748	(moins	de	50	%	à	la	composante	langue	de	
                                                                                        ces cours).




                                                Course descriptions and the recommended course of
                                                studies are available on the Faculty of Arts website —
                                                www.arts.uOttawa.ca
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E T É D U C AT I O N
The integrated Lettres	françaises	et	éducation programs and the                          FRA2789	     Grammaire	et	expression	                                            3
integrated online Lettres	françaises	et	éducation program lead to                        FRA2799	     Grammaire	et	style	                                                 3	
double undergraduate degrees, bringing together training in French                       FRA3759	     Histoire	de	la	langue	française	                                    3	
and education. Gain a solid foundation of the French language while
studying concepts in education. Your experience in the classroom
                                                                                         FRA3561	     Le	Moyen	Âge	                                                       3	
allows you to quickly make connections between theory and practice.
With	our	unique	online	integrated	program,	there	is	no	need	to	leave	                      OU
home to study or do your placements.                                                     FRA3571	     La	Renaissance	                                                     3

Undergraduate Studies                                                                    FRA3562	     Le	classicisme	                                                     3	
•	 B.A.	spécialisé	approfondi	en	lettres	françaises	et	baccalauréat	                       OU
   en éducation                                                                          FRA3572	     Le	siècle	des	Lumières	                                             3	
•	 Majeure	en	lettres	françaises	et	baccalauréat	en	éducation
•	 Baccalauréat	intégré	en	ligne	–	Lettres	françaises	et	Éducation		NEW
                                                                                         FRA3761	     Le	romantisme	                                                      3	
                                                                                           OU
Graduate Studies                                                                         FRA3762	     Le	symbolisme	                                                      3	
•	   Maîtrise	ès	arts	en	lettres	françaises	(M.A.)                                         OU
•	   Master	of	Arts	in	Education	(MA	Ed)                                                 FRA3763	     Le	réalisme	                                                        3	
•	   Master’s	in	Education	(MEd)
•	   Doctorat	en	lettres	françaises	(Ph.D.)                                              3 crédits parmi :
•	   PhD	in	Education                                                                    FRA3743	     La	poésie	moderne	                                                  3	
                                                                                         FRA3746	     Théâtres	de	la	francophonie	canadienne	                             3	
Language of Instruction                                                                  FRA3754	 Le	roman	québécois	de	1900	à	1970	                                      3	
The language of instruction is French. Assignments and examinations                      FRA3755	     Le	roman	québécois	depuis	1970	                                     3	
must also be written in French.
                                                                                         3 crédits parmi :
Specific Admission Requirements                                                          FRA3547	 Littératures	francophones	d’Afrique	et	des	Antilles	                    3	
All three programs require admission to the Faculty of Arts,                             FRA3751	     Le	roman	français	de	la	première	moitié	du	XXe	siècle	              3	
not Education. A language proficiency test is required.                                  FRA3752	     Le	roman	français	contemporain	                                     3
                                                                                         FRA3753	     Le	théâtre	français	contemporain	                                   3
Career Opportunities
                                                                                         FRA3764	 Le	surréalisme	                                                         3	
These programs lead to careers such as a kindergarten teacher, a teacher
in an elementary or a secondary school and an academic counsellor.                       6	crédits	optionnels	FRA
                                                                                         6	crédits	optionnels	FRA	de	niveau	4000
Bachelor’s Program Structure
The Faculty of Arts programs have 120 credits, with the exception of the
                                                                                         Cours obligatoires à la Faculté d’éducation
General Bachelor of Arts which has 90. A bachelor’s degree is made up
of basic skills, disciplinary and elective courses.                                      6 crédits parmi :
See	the	table	on	page	7	for	the	possible	combinations	and	the	                           PED2507	 Réalités	scolaires	actuelles	                                           3	
distribution of credits.                                                                 PED2508	 La	relation	pédagogique	                                                3	
                                                                                         PED3505	 La	problématique	de	l’enseignement	de	la	langue	française	
                                                                                                      en	milieu	minoritaire	en	Ontario	                                   3	
B.A. spécialisé approfondi en lettres
                                                                                         PED3705	 École,	famille	et	communauté	                                           3	
françaises et baccalauréat en éducation                               156 crédits
                                                                                         48	crédits	au	choix
PHI1501	      Raisonnement	et	pensée	critique	                                      3	
                                                                                            OU
3 crédits parmi :                                                                        Une	mineure	de	30	crédits	plus	18	crédits	au	choix	
PHI1502	     Raisonnement	moral	                                                    3	
PHI1503	     Les	grandes	questions	philosophiques	                                  3	   Cours	du	B.Éducation2	                                                          36
PHI1504	     Les	grands	philosophes	                                                3	   Note(s)
                                                                                         	 Le	Département	recommandera	le	cours	FRA2520	aux	étudiants	de	lettres	
                                                                                         1

FRA1746	      Littérature	française	:	des	origines	au	XVIIIe	siècle1	               3	     françaises	qui	auront	manifesté	de	sérieuses	difficultés	en	grammaire	dans	
FRA1748	      Littératures	française	et	québécoise	:	du	XIXe	siècle	à	nos	jours1	   3	     les	cours	FRA1746	et	FRA1748	(moins	de	50	%	à	la	composante	langue	de	
FRA2545	      Littérature	et	culture	de	l’Ontario	français	                         3	     ce cours).
FRA2715	      La	littérature	pour	la	jeunesse	                                      3    	 Pour	les	détails,	voir	dans	l’annuaire	de	la	Faculté	d’Éducation.	
                                                                                         2


FRA2730	      Le	théâtre	                                                           3	
FRA2732	      Méthodologie	des	études	en	lettres	                                   3	
FRA2740	      La	poésie	                                                            3	
FRA2780	      Le	récit	                                                             3	




www.arts.uOttawa.ca                                                                                       University of Ottawa                         Faculty of Arts
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Majeure en lettres françaises et                                                       Cours	d’une	autre	majeure
                                                                                       Cours au choix
baccalauréat en éducation                                             42 crédits
                                                                                         OU
PHI1501	    Raisonnement	et	pensée	critique	                                      3	   Cours d’une mineure
                                                                                       Cours au choix
3 crédits parmi :
PHI1502	     Raisonnement	moral	                                                  3	   Cours	du	B.Éd. 3
PHI1503	     Les	grandes	questions	philosophiques	                                3	
PHI1504	     Les	grands	philosophes	                                              3	   Note(s)
                                                                                       1
                                                                                        	 Le	Département	recommandera	le	cours	FRA2520	aux	étudiants	de	lettres	
                                                                                          françaises	qui	auront	manifesté	de	sérieuses	difficultés	en	grammaire	dans	
FRA1746	    Littérature	française	:	des	origines	au	XVIIIe	siècle1	               3	      les	cours	FRA1746	et	FRA1748	(moins	de	50	%	à	la	composante	langue	de	
FRA1748	    Littératures	française	et	québécoise	:	du	XIXe	siècle	à	nos	jours1	   3	      ce cours).
6 crédits parmi :                                                                      2
                                                                                        		Le	nombre	de	crédits	de	niveau	3000	peut	être	réduit	en	fonction	du	nombre	
FRA2549	 Contraction	et	synthèse	de	textes	                                       3	      de	cours	de	niveau	3000	suivis	parmi	les	cours	obligatoires.	
FRA2789	 Grammaire	et	expression	                                                 3	   3	
                                                                                           	 Pour	les	détails,	voir	dans	l’annuaire	de	la	Faculté	d’éducation.
FRA2799	 Grammaire	et	style	                                                      3	
FRA3759	     Histoire	de	la	langue	française	                                     3	   Baccalauréat intégré en ligne –
6 crédits parmi :                                                                      Lettres françaises et Éducation*                                          126 crédits
FRA2730	 Le	théâtre	                                                              3	
                                                                                         S
                                                                                       *		 ous	réserve	d’approbation	de	l’Ordre	des	enseignantes	et	enseignants	
FRA2732	 Méthodologie	des	études	en	lettres	                                      3	
                                                                                         de l’Ontario.
FRA2740	     La	poésie	                                                           3	
FRA2780	 Le	récit	                                                                3	   Cours du programme de lettres françaises                                    (54 crédits)
6 crédits parmi :
                                                                                       Cours obligatoires en ligne
FRA3561	     Le	Moyen	Âge	                                                        3	
   OU                                                                                  FRA1746	         Littérature	française	:	des	origines	au	XVIIIe	siècle	                3
FRA3571	     La	Renaissance	                                                      3	   FRA1748	         Littératures	française	et	québécoise	:	du	XIXe	siècle	à	nos	jours	    3
                                                                                       FRA2545	         Littérature	et	culture	de	l’Ontario	français	                         3
FRA3562	    Le	classicisme	                                                       3	   FRA2560	         Création	littéraire	I	                                                3
  OU                                                                                   FRA2715	         La	littérature	pour	la	jeunesse	                                      3
FRA3572	    Le	siècle	des	Lumières	                                               3	   FRA2730	         Le	théâtre	                                                           3
                                                                                       FRA2740	         La	poésie	                                                            3
FRA3761	    Le	romantisme	                                                        3	   FRA2780	         Le	récit	                                                             3
  OU                                                                                   FRA2789	         Grammaire	et	expression	*	                                            3
FRA3762	    Le	symbolisme	                                                        3	   FRA2799	         Grammaire	et	style	                                                   3
  OU                                                                                   FRA3568	         Communication	écrite	                                                 3
FRA3763	    Le	réalisme	                                                          3	   FRA3743	         La	poésie	moderne	                                                    3
3 crédits parmi :                                                                      FRA3746	         Le	théâtre	québécois	contemporain	                                    3
FRA2545	 Littérature	et	culture	de	l’Ontario	français	                            3	   FRA3752	         Le	roman	français	contemporain	                                       3
FRA2715	     La	littérature	pour	la	jeunesse	                                     3	   FRA3755	         Le	roman	québécois	depuis	1970	                                       3
FRA3547	 Littératures	francophones	d’Afrique	et	des	Antilles	                     3	   FRA3759	         Histoire	de	la	langue	française	                                      3
FRA3752	     Le	roman	français	contemporain	                                      3	   FRA4578	         L’analyse	stylistique	                                                3
FRA3755	     Le	roman	québécois	depuis	1970	                                      3	   FRA4580	         Littérature	et	société	                                               3

6	crédits	optionnels	FRA                                                               *	Ce	cours	est	préalable	au	cours	FRA2799	–	Grammaire	et	style.
3	crédits	optionnels	FRA	de	niveau	3000	ou	40002
                                                                                       Cours du programme de
6	crédits	optionnels	FRA	de	niveau	4000                                                formation à l’enseignement                                                  (36 crédits)
                                                                                       Le programme de formation à l’enseignement comporte deux options :
Cours obligatoires à la Faculté d’éducation                                            cycle primaire-moyen et cycle moyen-intermédiaire.

6 crédits parmi :                                                                      Option 1
PED2507	 Réalités	scolaires	actuelles	                                            3    Cycle primaire-moyen	(maternelle	à	la	6e année)
PED2508	 La	relation	pédagogique	                                                 3	   Cours obligatoires en ligne
PED3505	 La	problématique	de	l’enseignement	de	la	langue	française	                    PED3517	         Processus	d’apprentissage	et	évaluation	                              3
             en	milieu	minoritaire	en	Ontario	                                    3	
                                                                                       PED3518	         Gestion	des	différences	individuelles	                                3
PED3705	 École,	famille	et	communauté	                                            3	
                                                                                       PED3519	         Le	système	scolaire	franco-ontarien	                                  3
                                                                                       PED3754	         Didactique	des	langues	à	l’élémentaire	                               3
                                                                                       PED3755	         Didactique	des	arts	à	l’élémentaire	                                  3
                                                                                       PED3756	         Didactique	des	sciences	humaines	et	sociales	à	l’élémentaire	         3
                                                                                       PED3757	         Didactique	des	mathématiques	à	l’élémentaire	                         3
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PED3758	     Didactique	des	sciences	et	de	la	technologie	à	l’élémentaire	       3
PED4760	     Environnement	d’apprentissage	et	TIC	                               3


PED3702	     L’enseignement	religieux	à	l’élémentaire	*	                         3
  OU
PED4765	     Éducation	préscolaire	                                              3

*		 Si	vous	prévoyez	enseigner	dans	une	école	catholique,	nous	vous	
    recommandons	de	choisir	le	PED3702.

Stages en milieu scolaire et séminaire d’intégration
PED1500	     Stage	1	                                                            3
PED2500	     Stage	2	                                                            3

PED	1599**	Connaissances	et	habiletés	reliées	au	français	écrit	en	enseignement

**	 Quiconque	n’a	pas	atteint	le	seuil	de	réussite	complète	à	l’examen	de	
    compétence	linguistique	sera	automatiquement	inscrit	à	ce	cours	par	
    la Faculté d’éducation. Ce cours est supplémentaire aux exigences du
    programme.	Si	vous	devez	suivre	le	cours	d’appoint	en	français,	vous	ne	
    pouvez	pas	suivre	l’option	2	(cycle	moyen	intermédiaire/option	français	
    langue maternelle).

Option 2
Cycle moyen-intermédiaire / Option français langue maternelle
(4e	à	la	10e année)
Cours obligatoires en ligne
PED3517	     Processus	d’apprentissage	et	évaluation	                            3
PED3518	     Gestion	des	différences	individuelles	                              3
PED3519	     Le	système	scolaire	franco-ontarien	                                3
PED3720	     Didactique	du	français	langue	maternelle	au	cycle	intermédiaire	    3
PED3754	     Didactique	des	langues	à	l’élémentaire	                             3
PED3755	     Didactique	des	arts	à	l’élémentaire	                                3
PED3756	     Didactique	des	sciences	humaines	et	sociales	à	l’élémentaire	       3
PED3757	     Didactique	des	mathématiques	à	l’élémentaire	                       3
PED3758	     Didactique	des	sciences	et	de	la	technologie	à	l’élémentaire	       3


PED3702	     L’enseignement	religieux	à	l’élémentaire	*	                         3
  OU
PED4760	     Environnement	d’apprentissage	et	TIC	                               3

*		 Si	vous	prévoyez	enseigner	dans	une	école	catholique,	nous	vous	
    recommandons	de	choisir	le	PED3702.

Stages en milieu scolaire et séminaire d’intégration
PED1500	     Stage	1	                                                            3
PED2500	     Stage	2	                                                            3

Cours additionnels à choisir parmi les
cours offerts en ligne ou à distance                                   (36 crédits)
PED2508	     La	relation	pédagogique	                                            3
PED3705	     École,	famille	et	communauté	                                       3

6	crédits	de	philosophie
24	autres	crédits


                                                                                      Course descriptions and the recommended course of
                                                                                      studies are available on the Faculty of Arts website —
                                                                                      www.arts.uOttawa.ca
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 LINGUISTICS
 Where	does	language	begin?	How	does	language	work?	Advances	in	                LIN3320	     Phonological	Theory	                                                 3
 research and new technologies are revolutionizing the way we try to            LIN3325	     Intermediate	Phonetics	                                              3
 answer these questions. And on the strength of the latest equipment            LIN3328	     Morphology	                                                          3
 and investigative approaches, our research laboratories make it
 possible for you to analyze spoken sounds, explore language variation          24	optional	LIN	credits
 and acquisition, and probe dozens of other theoretical and empirical           3	optional	LIN	credits	at	the	3000	or	4000	level
 aspects of language.
                                                                                6	optional	LIN	credits	at	the	4000	level
 These programs can serve as an entry point for a master’s degree
 in either speech language pathology or audiology.                              48	elective	credits
                                                                                   OR
 Undergraduate Studies                                                          A	minor	of	30	credits	plus	18	elective	credits	
 •	   Honours	BA	with	Specialization	in	Linguistics
 •	   Major	in	Linguistics
 •	   Minor	in	Linguistics
                                                                                Major in Linguistics                                                42 credits
 •	   Joint	Honours	BA	in	Psychology	and	Linguistics
                                                                                LIN1310	     Introduction	to	Linguistics	I:	From	Words	to	Utterances	             3
 Graduate Studies                                                               LIN1320	     Introduction	to	Linguistics	II:	The	Sounds	of	Language	              3
 •	 Master	of	Arts	in	Linguistics	(MA)                                          LIN2310	     Introduction	to	Syntax	                                              3
 •	 Doctorate	in	Linguistics	(PhD)                                              LIN2320	     Introduction	to	Phonology	                                           3

 Language of Instruction                                                        9 credits from:
 All 1000-level and most 2000-level courses are available both in English       LIN3310	     Syntactic	Theory	                                                    3
 and in French. Beyond that level, courses may be given in English OR in        LIN3315	     Introduction	to	Semantics	                                           3
 French.	Students	must	therefore	expect	to	do	course	work	and	readings	         LIN3320	     Phonological	Theory	                                                 3
 in either language. However, they can complete their assignments and           LIN3325	     Intermediate	Phonetics	                                              3
 examinations, and may participate in class, in the official language of        LIN3328	     Morphology	                                                          3
 their choice.
                                                                                12	optional	LIN	credits
 Career Opportunities                                                           3	optional	LIN	credits	at	the	3000	or	4000	level
 These programs lead to careers such as linguist, audiologist, speech
                                                                                6	optional	LIN	credits	at	the	4000	level
 pathologist, language teacher and computational linguist.

 Bachelor’s Program Structure                                                   Minor in Linguistics                                                30 credits
 The Faculty of Arts programs have 120 credits, with the exception of the
                                                                                LIN1310	     Introduction	to	Linguistics	I:	From	Words	to	Utterances	             3
 General Bachelor of Arts which has 90. A bachelor’s degree is made up
 of basic skills, disciplinary and elective courses.                            LIN1320	     Introduction	to	Linguistics	II:	The	Sounds	of	Language	              3
                                                                                LIN2310	     Introduction	to	Syntax	                                              3
 See	the	table	on	page	7	for	the	possible	combinations	and	the	                 LIN2320	     Introduction	to	Phonology	                                           3
 distribution of credits.
                                                                                12	optional	LIN	credits
 Honours BA with Specialization                                                 6	optional	LIN	credits	at	the	3000	or	4000	level

 in Linguistics                                                   120 credits
                                                                                Joint Honours BA in
 ENG1100	    Workshop	in	Essay	Writing	                                     3   Psychology and Linguistics                                        120 credits
 PHI1101	    Reasoning	and	Critical	Thinking	                               3
                                                                                ENG1100	     Workshop	in	Essay	Writing	                                           3
 3 credits from:
                                                                                PHI1101	     Reasoning	and	Critical	Thinking	                                     3
 ENG1120	     Literature	and	Composition	I:	Prose	Fiction	                  3
 ENG1121	     Literature	and	Composition	II:	Drama	and	Poetry	              3   3 credits from:
                                                                                ENG1120	     Literature	and	Composition	I:	Prose	Fiction	                         3
 3 credits from:
                                                                                ENG1121	     Literature	and	Composition	II:	Drama	and	Poetry	                     3
 PHI1102	     Moral	Reasoning	                                              3
 PHI1103	     Fundamental	Philosophical	Questions	                          3   3 credits from:
 PHI1104	     Great	Philosophers	                                           3   PHI1102	     Moral	Reasoning	                                                     3
                                                                                PHI1103	     Fundamental	Philosophical	Questions	                                 3
 LIN1310	    Introduction	to	Linguistics	I:	From	Words	to	Utterances	       3   PHI1104	     Great	Philosophers	                                                  3
 LIN1320	    Introduction	to	Linguistics	II:	The	Sounds	of	Language	        3
                                                                                Linguistics                                                             (48 credits)
 LIN2310	    Introduction	to	Syntax	                                        3
 LIN2320	    Introduction	to	Phonology	                                     3   LIN1310	     Introduction	to	Linguistics	I:	From	Words	to	Utterances	             3
 LIN3310	    Syntactic	Theory	                                              3   LIN1320	     Introduction	to	Linguistics	II:	The	Sounds	of	Language	              3
 LIN3315	    Introduction	to	Semantics	                                     3   LIN2310	     Introduction	to	Syntax	                                              3




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LIN2320	     Introduction	to	Phonology	                                           3   List of Optional Courses
LIN3310	     Syntactic	Theory	                                                    3
                                                                                      LIN2381	       Varieties	of	English	                                                  3
LIN3315	     Introduction	to	Semantics	                                           3
                                                                                         OR
LIN3320	     Phonological	Theory	                                                 3   LIN2782	       Variétés	de	français	                                                  3
LIN3325	     Intermediate	Phonetics	                                              3
LIN3328	     Morphology	                                                          3   LIN3330	       Historical	Linguistics	                                                3
LIN3350	     Psycholinguistics	                                                   3      OR
                                                                                      LIN3332	       Linguistic	History	of	English	                                         3
15	optional	LIN	credits	from	the	list	below
                                                                                         OR
3	optional	LIN	credits1                                                               LIN3733	       Histoire	linguistique	du	français	                                     3

Psychology                                                           (48 credits)2
                                                                                      LIN3340	       Dialectology	                                                          3
PSY1101	     Introduction	to	Experimental	Psychology	                             3      OR
PSY1102	     Introduction	to	Applied	Psychology	                                  3   LIN3342	       Sociolinguistics	                                                      3
PSY2105	     Child	Development	                                                   3      OR
PSY2106	     Quantitative	Methods	in	Psychology	I	                                3   LIN4340	       Urban	Dialectology	I:	Data	Collection	                                 3
PSY2116	     Quantitative	Methods	in	Psychology	II	                               3
PSY2174	     Research	Methods	and	Ethics	                                         3   LIN2352	       Neurolinguistics1	                                                     3	
PSY2301	     Biological	Foundations	of	Behaviour	                                 3   LIN2355	       Second	Language	Acquisition	                                           3
PSY3108	     Perception	                                                          3   LIN2358	       Communication	Disorders1	                                              3
PSY3301	     Behavioural	Neuroscience	                                            3   LIN2360	       Bilingualism	                                                          3
PSY3307	     Psychometric	Methods	                                                3   LIN3354	       First	Language	Acquisition1	                                           3
PSY3377	     Cognition	                                                           3   LIN4325	       Speech	Production1	                                                    3
                                                                                      LIN4326	       Speech	Acoustics1	                                                     3
9	optional	PSY	credits                                                                LIN4328	       Clinical	Phonetics	and	Phonology	                                      3
6	optional	PSY	credits	at	the	4000	level                                              LIN4352	       Laboratory	in	Psycholinguistics	                                       3
12 elective credits                                                                   Note(s)
                                                                                      1
                                                                                          These courses contain material that is directly relevant to sciences underlying
Note(s)                                                                                   speech-language	pathology	and/or	audiology.	It	is	therefore	recommended	
	 It	is	recommended,	but	not	obligatory,	that	3	optional	LIN	credits	be	chosen	
1
                                                                                          that students planning to enroll in a master’s program in speech-language
  from the list.                                                                          pathology or audiology select from among those courses.
	 PSY3105	and	PSY3128	are	strongly	recommended	to	students	who	plan	to	
2

  seek	admission	to	graduate	programs	leading	to	the	Master’s	in	Speech-
  Language	Pathology.	
This program does not lead to graduate studies in psychology at the University
of Ottawa.




                                                Course descriptions and the recommended course of
                                                studies are available on the Faculty of Arts website —
                                                www.arts.uOttawa.ca
 M E D I E VA L A N D                                                                                                                                                65

 RENAISSANCE STUDIES
 The	period	known	as	the	European	Middle	Ages	has	endowed	the	                         List of Optional Courses
 Western	world	with	a	rich	architectural,	musical,	poetic,	theological,	
 literary and linguistic heritage. Our vision of the world has its origins in          List A (minimum of 18 credits):
 the medieval period, so studying this era introduces you to your past                 CLA3110	     Topics	in	Ancient	History	I1	                                        3
 in	all	its	dimensions:	cultural,	historical,	political,	philosophical	and	            CLA3120	     Topics	in	Ancient	History	II1	                                       3
 religious. These multidisciplinary programs include courses in history,
                                                                                       CLA4150	     Ancient	History	Seminar1	                                            3
 philosophy, music, linguistics, English, French and Latin Literatures.
                                                                                       CLT1532	     Introduction	au	monde	celtique	                                      3
 Undergraduate Studies                                                                 CLT2130	     Early	Celtic	Literature	                                             3
 •	 Major	in	Medieval	and	Renaissance	Studies                                          CLT2131	     Medieval	Celtic	Literature	                                          3
 •	 Minor	in	Medieval	and	Renaissance	Studies                                          CLT2150	     Celtic	Christianity	                                                 3
                                                                                       ENG2122	 Literature	and	Composition	III:	English	Literature	before	1700	          3
 Graduate Studies                                                                      ENG2130	 Tradition	of	King	Arthur	                                                3
 •	 Collaborative	program	in	Medieval	and	Renaissance	Studies	at	the	
                                                                                       ENG3133	 Elizabethan	Shakespeare	                                                 3
    MA	level.
                                                                                       ENG3134	 Jacobean	Shakespeare	                                                    3
 Career Opportunities                                                                  ENG3316	 Old	English	                                                             3
 These programs lead to careers in libraries, museums, cultural centres                ENG3323	 Medieval	Literature	I	                                                   3
 and the public service.                                                               ENG3324	 Medieval	Literature	II	                                                  3
                                                                                       ENG3333	 Shakespeare’s	Contemporaries	I:	Tudor	Drama	                             3
 Bachelor’s Program Structure                                                          ENG3334	 Shakespeare’s	Contemporaries	II:	Stuart	Drama	                           3
 The Faculty of Arts programs have 120 credits, with the exception of the              ENG3339	 Sixteenth-Century	Literature	                                            3
 General Bachelor of Arts which has 90. A bachelor’s degree is made up                 ENG3340	 Seventeenth-Century	Literature	                                          3
 of basic skills, disciplinary and elective courses.
                                                                                       ENG4115	     Middle	English:	Seminar	I	                                           3
 See	the	table	on	page	7	for	the	possible	combinations	and	the	                        ENG4142	 Shakespeare:	Seminar	I	                                                  3
 distribution of credits.                                                              ENG4148	 Renaissance:	Seminar	I	                                                  3
                                                                                       ENG4315	 Middle	English:	Seminar	II	                                              3
 Major in Medieval and                                                                 ENG4342	 Shakespeare:	Seminar	II	                                                 3
                                                                                       ENG4348	 Renaissance:	Seminar	II	                                                 3
 Renaissance Studies                                                    42 credits
                                                                                       FRA1746	     Littérature	française	:	des	origines	au	XVIIIe	siècle	               3
 French immersion is available when taking this program as part of an                  FRA3561	     Le	Moyen	Âge	                                                        3
 honours degree.                                                                       FRA3571	     La	Renaissance	                                                      3
 HIS2335	     Western	Europe	from	the	5th	to	the	15th	Century	                     3   FRA3799	 Ancien	français	                                                         3
 MDV2100	     Introduction	to	Medieval	and	Renaissance	Civilization1	              3   HIS3116	     Russian	Social	and	Institutional	History	prior	to	Peter	The	Great	   3
 MDV3100	     Selected	Topics	in	Medieval	and	Renaissance	Studies1	                3   HIS3330	     Selected	Topics	in	European	History1	                                3
 MDV4100	     Seminar	in	Medieval	and	Renaissance	Studies1	                        3   HIS3398	     Selected	Topics	in	Medieval	History2	                                3
                                                                                       HIS4320	     Seminar	in	Medieval	History2	                                        3
 6 LCL credits from:
                                                                                       HIS4397	     Seminar	in	European	History1	                                        3
 LCL1101	     Latin	I	                                                             3
                                                                                       MDV2100	 Introduction	to	Medieval	and	Renaissance	Civilization2	                  3
 LCL1102	     Latin	II	                                                            3
                                                                                       MDV3100	 Selected	Topics	in	Medieval	and	Renaissance	Studies2	                    3
 LCL2101	     Latin	III	                                                           3
                                                                                       MDV4100	 Seminar	in	Medieval	and	Renaissance	Studies2	                            3
 LCL3100	     Selections	from	Latin	Authors	                                       3
                                                                                       MDV4900	 Recherche	dirigée	en	études	médiévales	et	de	la	Renaissance	/	
                                                                                                    Directed	Research	in	Medieval	and	Renaissance	Studies	               3
 Optional Courses2                                                                     MUS2331	 Forms	and	Styles	I:	Middle	Ages	and	Renaissance	                         3
 12 optional credits from lists A or B                                                 MUS4301	 Seminar	I1	                                                              3
 9	optional	credits	at	the	3000	level	or	4000	level	from	lists	A	or	B                  PHI2382	     Medieval	Philosophy	                                                 3
 3	optional	credits	at	the	4000	level	from	list	A                                      PHI3380	     Aristotle	or	the	Search	for	Happiness	                               3
 Note(s)                                                                               SRS2380	     Religion	in	the	Middle	Ages	                                         3
 	 This	course	has	variable	topics.	It	may	be	repeated	several	times	with	the	
 1                                                                                     THE2145	     Theatre	History	I:	From	Ritual	to	Profession	                        3
   permission of the program co-ordinator. Course offered every year alternating       Saint Paul University:
   between English and French.
                                                                                       PHI3107	    Thomas	Aquinas	                                                       3
 	 At	least	18	credits	must	be	taken	from	list	A	and	a	maximum	of	6	credits	
 2
                                                                                       THO3123	 Medieval	Church	History	                                                 3
   from list B.
                                                                                       THO3151	 Selected	Topics	in	Early	and	Medieval	Church	History	                    3
                                                                                       List B (maximum of 6 credits):
                                                                                       ARB2101	    Arabic	Culture	I	                                                     3
                                                                                       ART2160	    Art	Histories	                                                        3
                                                                                       ENG2212	 Classical	and	Biblical	Backgrounds	in	English	Literature	                6




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LCL2101	        Latin	III	                                                              3   ENG3323	    Medieval	Literature	I	                                                  3
LCL3100	        Selections	from	Latin	Authors	                                          3   ENG3324	    Medieval	Literature	II	                                                 3
PHI2381	        Arab	Philosophy	                                                        3   ENG3333	    Shakespeare’s	Contemporaries	I:	Tudor	Drama	                            3
PHI3370	        Plato:	the	Philosopher	as	Legislator	                                   3   ENG3334	    Shakespeare’s	Contemporaries	II:	Stuart	Drama	                          3
SRS2383	        Jews	and	Christians	in	Late	Antiquity	                                  3   ENG3339	    Sixteenth-Century	Literature	                                           3
                                                                                            ENG3340	    Seventeenth-Century	Literature	                                         3
Note(s)
1
    	 This	course	has	variable	topics.	It	may	be	repeated	several	times	if	the	theme	       FRA1746	    Littérature	française	:	des	origines	au	XVIIIe	siècle	                  3
      is different but still studying the medieval or Renaissance period, with the          FRA3561	    Le	Moyen	Âge	                                                           3
      permission of the program co-ordinator.                                               FRA3571	    La	Renaissance	                                                         3
	 This	course	has	variable	topics.	It	may	be	repeated	several	times	with	the	
2                                                                                           FRA3799	    Ancien	français	                                                        3
  permission of the program coordinator.                                                    HIS3116	    Russian	Social	and	Institutional	History	prior	to	Peter	The	Great	      3
                                                                                            HIS3330	    Selected	Topics	in	European	History1	                                   3
Minor in Medieval and                                                                       HIS3398	    Selected	Topics	in	Medieval	History2	                                   3
Renaissance Studies                                                       30 credits        MDV2100	    Introduction	to	Medieval	and	Renaissance	Civilization2	                 3
                                                                                            MDV3100	    Selected	Topics	in	Medieval	and	Renaissance	Studies2	                   3
Complementary program offered only as a second discipline.                                  MUS2331	    Forms	and	Styles	I:	Middle	Ages	and	Renaissance	                        3
No direct entry.                                                                            PHI2382	    Medieval	Philosophy	                                                    3
The French immersion is available when taking this program as part of                       PHI3380	    Aristotle	or	the	Search	for	Happiness	                                  3
an honours degree.                                                                          SRS2380	    Religion	in	the	Middle	Ages	                                            3
                                                                                            SRS2383	    Jews	and	Christians	in	Late	Antiquity	                                  3
HIS2335	        Western	Europe	from	the	5th	to	the	15th	Century	                        3
                                                                                            THE2145	    Theatre	History	I:	From	Ritual	to	Profession	                           3
MDV2100	        Introduction	to	Medieval	and	Renaissance	Civilization1	                 3
MDV3100	        Selected	Topics	in	Medieval	and	Renaissance	Studies1	                   3   Saint Paul University:
                                                                                            PHI3107	    Thomas	Aquinas	                                                         3
Optional courses2                                                                           THO3123	 Medieval	Church	History	                                                   3
18	optional	credits	from	lists	A	or	B                                                       THO3151	 Selected	Topics	in	Early	and	Medieval	Church	History	                      3
3	optional	credits	at	the	3000	level	from	lists	A	or	B                                      List B (maximum of 3 credits):
                                                                                            ARB2101	    Arabic	Culture	I	                                                       3
Note(s)
		This	course	has	variable	topics.	It	may	be	repeated	several	times	with	the	
1                                                                                           ART2160	    Art	Histories	                                                          3
  permission from the program co-ordinator. The course is offered every year,               ENG2212	 Classical	and	Biblical	Backgrounds	in	English	Literature	                  6
  alternating between English and French.                                                   LCL2101	    Latin	III	                                                              3
	 At	least	18	credits	must	be	taken	from	list	A	and	a	maximum	of	3	credits	
2                                                                                           LCL3100	    Selections	from	Latin	Authors	                                          3
  from list B.                                                                              PHI2381	    Arab	Philosophy	                                                        3
                                                                                            PHI3370	    Plato:	the	Philosopher	as	Legislator	                                   3
List of Optional Courses                                                                    SRS2383	    Jews	and	Christians	in	Late	Antiquity	                                  3

List A (minimum of 18 credits):                                                             Note(s)
CLA3110	     Topics	in	Ancient	History	I1	                                              3   	 This	course	has	variable	topics.	It	may	be	repeated	several	times	if	the	theme	
                                                                                            1

                                                                                              is different but still studying the medieval or Renaissance period, with the
CLA3120	     Topics	in	Ancient	History	II1	                                             3
                                                                                              permission of the program co-ordinator.
CLT1532	     Introduction	au	monde	celtique	                                            3
                                                                                            	 This	course	has	variable	topics.	It	may	be	repeated	several	times	with	the	
                                                                                            2
CLT2130	     Early	Celtic	Literature	                                                   3
                                                                                              permission of the program co-ordinator. The course is offered every year,
CLT2131	     Medieval	Celtic	Literature	                                                3
                                                                                              alternating between English and French.
CLT2150	     Celtic	Christianity	                                                       3
ENG2122	 Literature	and	Composition	III:	English	Literature	before	1700	                3
ENG2130	 Tradition	of	King	Arthur	                                                      3
ENG3133	 Elizabethan	Shakespeare	                                                       3
ENG3134	 Jacobean	Shakespeare	                                                          3
ENG3316	 Old	English	                                                                   3




                                                     Course descriptions and the recommended course of
                                                     studies are available on the Faculty of Arts website —
                                                     www.arts.uOttawa.ca
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 MUSIC
 The	School	of	Music	at	the	University	of	Ottawa	is	one	of	the	country’s	        Bachelor of Music (BMus)                                           120 credits
 leading	music	schools.	It	is	the	ideal	place	to	nurture	your	passion	for	all	
 things musical and to pursue the rigorous training needed for an active         ENG1100	    Workshop	in	Essay	Writing	                                         3
 and	successful	career	in	the	field.	We	maintain	close	ties	with	renowned	
 institutions	such	as	the	Ottawa	Symphony	Orchestra	and	the	National	            3 credits from:
 Arts Centre (NAC). Our program boasts state-of-the-art music facilities         ENG1120	     Literature	and	Composition	I:	Prose	Fiction	                      3
 and internationally recognized professors who perform around the                ENG1121	     Literature	and	Composition	II:	Drama	and	Poetry	                  3
 globe	and	publish	in	leading	academic	journals.	We	are	a	full-service	
 music school offering programs in performance, composition, music               MUS1990	    Solfège	et	dictée	musicale	I	/	Sight-Singing	and	Dictation	I1	     3	
 education, piano pedagogy, theory and musicology.
 Although any of our programs can pave the way for a career in                   MUS1030	    Cours	d’instrument	I	/	Applied	Music	I2	                           6
 education,	musicology,	music	journalism	or	administration,	the	Bachelor	        MUS2030	    Cours	d’instrument	II	/	Applied	Music	II2	                         6
 of	Music	(BMus)	is	designed	specifically	for	students	wishing	to	become	        MUS3030	    Cours	d’instrument	III	/	Applied	Music	III2	                       6
 career	musicians.	Admission	to	the	BMus	therefore	requires	that	you	
                                                                                   OR
 audition on your main instrument and demonstrate an intermediate or
                                                                                 MUS1032	    Cours	d’instrument	I	/	Applied	Music	I2	                           6
 advanced level.
                                                                                 MUS2032	    Cours	d’instrument	II	/	Applied	Music	II2	                         6
 The	honours	with	specialization,	major	and	minor	programs	can	be	               MUS3032	    Cours	d’instrument	III	/	Applied	Music	III2	                       6
 combined	with	a	major	or	a	minor	in	arts	administration.

 Undergraduate Studies                                                           MUS2306	    Theory	and	Analysis	I1	                                            3
 •	   Bachelor	of	Music	(BMus)                                                   MUS2307	    Theory	and	Analysis	II	                                            3
 •	   Honours	BA	with	Specialization	in	Music                                    MUS2331	    Forms	and	Styles	I:	Middle	Ages	and	Renaissance	                   3
 •	   Major	in	Music                                                             MUS2332	    Forms	and	Styles	II:	Baroque	and	Early	Classical	                  3
 •	   Minor	in	Music                                                             MUS2990	    Solfège	et	dictée	musicale	II	/	Sight-Singing	and	Dictation	II	    3	
 •	   Certificate	in	Piano	Pedagogy                                              MUS3306	    Theory	and	Analysis	III	                                           3
 Graduate Studies                                                                MUS3307	    Theory	and	Analysis	IV	                                            3
 •	   Master	of	Music	(MMus)                                                     MUS3333	    Forms	and	Styles	III:	Late	Classical	and	Early	Romantic	           3
 •	   Master	of	Arts	in	Music	(MA)                                               MUS3334	    Forms	and	Styles	IV:	Late	Romantic	and	Early	Modern	               3
 •	   Graduate	Certificate	in	Orchestral	Studies                                 MUS3335	    Twentieth-Century	Music	                                           3
 •	   Graduate	Certificate	in	Piano	Pedagogy	Research
                                                                                 12 credits from:3
 Specific Admission Requirements                                                 MUS3901	 Orchestre	/	Orchestra	                                                3
 For	the	baccalaureate	in	music	(BMus),	a	15-minute	audition	with	the	           MUS3902	 Harmonie	/	Wind	Ensemble	                                             3
 student’s main instrument (demonstrating an intermediate or advanced            MUS3903	 Production	d’opéra	/	Opera	Production	                                3
 skill	level)	is	required.	Auditions	take	place	in	February,	March	and	April.    MUS3904	 Ensemble	chorale	/	Choral	Ensemble	                                   3
                                                                                 MUS3905	 Chœur	Calixa-Lavallée	/	Calixa-Lavallée	Choir	                        3
 Career Opportunities
                                                                                 MUS3906	 Chorale	de	l’Université	d’Ottawa	/	University	of	Ottawa	Choir	        3
 These programs lead to careers such as musician, teacher (private or in a
 school) and music critic.                                                       MUS3907	 Ensemble	de	guitares	/	Guitar	Ensemble	                               3
                                                                                 MUS3908	 Ensemble	de	jazz	/	Jazz	Ensemble	                                     3
 Bachelor’s Program Structure                                                    MUS3909	 Chœur	de	cuivres	/	Brass	Choir	                                       3
 The Faculty of Arts programs have 120 credits, with the exception of the        MUS3910	 Ensemble	de	cuivres	/	Brass	Ensemble	                                 3
 General Bachelor of Arts which has 90. A bachelor’s degree is made up           MUS3911	 Ensemble	de	vents	/	Woodwind	Ensemble	                                3
 of basic skills, disciplinary and elective courses.                             MUS3912	 Ensemble	baroque	/	Baroque	Ensemble	                                  3
                                                                                 MUS3913	 Ensemble	de	percussions	/	Percussion	Ensemble	                        3
 See	the	table	on	page	7	for	the	possible	combinations	and	the	
 distribution of credits.                                                        MUS3914	 Ensemble	de	musique	contemporaine	/	
                                                                                              Contemporary	Music	Ensemble	                                      3	
                                                                                 MUS3915	 Ensemble	mixte	/	Mixed	Ensemble	                                      3
                                                                                 MUS3916	 Ensemble	de	pianos	/	Piano	Ensemble	                                  3
                                                                                 MUS3917	 Accompagnement	/	Accompaniment	                                       3
                                                                                 MUS3918	 Accompagnement	en	studio	/	Studio	Accompanying	                       3

                                                                                 39	optional	credits	according	to	chosen	profile	requirements:	Composition,	
                                                                                    Music	Education,	Performance,	Piano	Pedagogy,	Theory/Musicology.
                                                                                 3	credits	of	non-MUS	courses
                                                                                 3	FLS	credits4
                                                                                 6	elective	credits




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Note(s)                                                                              MUS3954	     Classes	instrumentales	—	trompette	et	cor	/	
	 A	written	test	at	the	beginning	of	courses	MUS1990	and	MUS2306	will	
1                                                                                                 Instrumental	Classes	—	Trumpet	and	French	Horn	                     3
  determine placement in an additional weekly lab.                                   MUS3956	     Classes	instrumentales	—	percussion	/	
	 Students	failing	an	applied	music	course	(MUS1030,	MUS1032,	MUS2030,	
2                                                                                                 Instrumental	Classes	—	Percussion	                                  3
  MUS2032,	MUS3030,	MUS3032)	will	be	asked	by	the	School	to	withdraw	                MUS3970	     Approches	musicales	pour	jeunes	élèves	/	
  from	the	BMus.	                                                                                 Musical	Approach	for	Young	Students	                                3
                                                                                     MUS4110	     Music	Education	III	                                                3
	 Students	may	repeat	the	same	course	code	more	than	once.	
3

                                                                                     MUS4302	     Selected	Topics	in	Music	Education	                                 3
4
    An exemption for this requirement is given to students who obtain an
                                                                                     MUS4360	     Orchestral	Conducting	                                              3
    equivalency	for	the	language-proficiency	test	or	who	take	a	MUS	course	
    offered in French.                                                               MUS4952	     Classes	instrumentales	—	hautbois	et	basson	/	
                                                                                                  Instrumental	Classes	—	Oboe	and	Bassoon	                            3
All	non-keyboard	majors	must	submit	to	a	proficiency	exam	set	by	the	School	at	      MUS4954	     Classes	instrumentales	—	trombone	et	tuba	/	
the end of the 2nd year. This exam must be completed successfully by the end of                   Instrumental	Classes	—	Trombone	and	Tuba	                           3
the	4th	year	to	obtain	the	BMus	degree.	                                             MUS4961	     Direction	chorale	/	Choral	Conducting	                              3
Courses	are	selected	through	tutorial	consultation.	The	School	determines	the	       PSY1101	     Introduction	to	Experimental	Psychology	                            3
order in which some courses must be taken and can impose any courses deemed          PSY1102	     Introduction	to	Applied	Psychology	                                 3
necessary for the musical development of the student; these courses may be
                                                                                     PSY2105	     Child	Development	                                                  3
chosen	in	departments	other	than	the	School	of	Music.
                                                                                     PSY3109	     Social	Motivation	                                                  3
                                                                                     PSY3377	     Cognition	                                                          3
List of Optional Courses
COMPOSITION PROFILE                                                                  9 elective credits
12 compulsory credits:
MUS3018	 Composition	I	/	Composition	I	                                          6   PERFORMANCE PROFILE
MUS4018	 Composition	II	/	Composition	II	                                        6   6 credits of applied music lessons:
12 optional MUS credits from:                                                        MUS4032	 Cours	d’instrument	IV	/	Applied	Music	IV	                               6
MUS3302	 Selected	Topics	in	Music	Theory	and	Analysis	                           3
                                                                                     33	optional	MUS	credits
MUS3925	 Orchestration	/	Orchestration	                                          3
MUS4308	 Topics	in	Counterpoint	                                                 3   Students	must	register	to	the	courses	and	ensembles	required	by	their	sector.	
MUS4310	 Selected	Topics	in	Score	Analysis	                                      3   These requirements are defined by the performance sector.
MUS4311	 Introduction	to	Schenkerian	Analysis	                                   3
MUS4374	 Atonal	and	Twelve-Tone	Music	                                           3   PIANO PEDAGOGY PROFILE
MUS4912	 Arrangement	/	Arranging	                                                3
                                                                                     6 compulsory credits:
MUS4917	 Techniques	contemporaines	de	composition	/	
                                                                                     MUS4158	 Piano	Pedagogy	I	                                                       3
            New	Music	Techniques	in	Composition	                                 3
                                                                                     MUS4159	 Piano	Pedagogy	II	                                                      3
15	optional	MUS	credits                                                              6 credits from:
                                                                                     MUS3340	 Keyboard	Literature	I	                                             3
                                                                                     MUS3341	 Keyboard	Literature	II	                                            3
MUSIC EDUCATION PROFILE
                                                                                     MUS4901	 Pratique	en	studio	pour	pianistes	/	Studio	Practicum	for	Pianists	 3
6 compulsory credits:
MUS3315	 Music	and	Computers	I	                                                  3   6 credits from:
MUS3360	 Conducting	I	                                                           3   MUS3110	 Music	Education	I	                                                      3
                                                                                     MUS3111	 Music	Education	II	                                                     3
Students	wishing	to	teach	at	the	high-school	level	are	strongly	encouraged	to	       MUS3970	 Approches	musicales	pour	jeunes	élèves	/	
register	for	an	additional	3	credits	course	in	Conducting.                                        Musical	Approach	for	Young	Students	                                3
3 credits from:                                                                      MUS4110	 Music	Education	III	                                                    3
MUS3110	 Music	Education	I	                                                      3   MUS4302	 Selected	Topics	in	Music	Education	                                     3
MUS3111	 Music	Education	II	                                                     3   MUS4924	 Projet	de	recherche	I	/	Research	Project	I	                             3

21 optional MUS or PSY credits with at least 3 credits at the 4000 level from:       9	MUS	credits
MUS2950	 Classes	instrumentales	—	violon	/	Instrumental	Classes	—	Violin	 3          12 elective credits
MUS2952	 Classes	instrumentales	—	clarinette	/	
            Instrumental	Classes	—	Clarinet	                                 3
                                                                                     THEORY / MUSICOLOGY PROFILE
MUS3950	 Classes	instrumentales	—	violoncelle	et	contrebasse	/	
            Instrumental	Classes	—	Cello	and	Double	Bass	                    3       3 compulsory credits:
MUS3951	 Classes	instrumentales	—	guitare	/	                                         MUS3328	 Research	in	Music:	Tools	and	Methods	                                   3
            Instrumental	Classes	—	Guitar	                                   3
MUS3952	 Classes	instrumentales	—	flûte	et	saxophone	/	
            Instrumental	Classes	—	Flute	and	Saxophone	                      3
MUS3953	 Classes	instrumentales	—	flûte	à	bec	/	
            Instrumental	Classes	—	Recorder	                                 3
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21 optional credits of Musicology/Theory electives from:                            Major in Music                                                        42 credits
MUS2324	 Selected	Topics	in	Musical	Aesthetics	and	Criticism	                  3
MUS3301	 Selected	Topics	in	Music	History	                                     3    French immersion is available when taking this program as part of an
MUS3302	 Selected	Topics	in	Music	Theory	and	Analysis	                         3    honours degree.
MUS3315	 Music	and	Computers	I	                                                3    MUS1990	     Solfège	et	dictée	musicale	I	/	Sight-Singing	and	Dictation	I1	    3
MUS3338	 Opera	                                                                3    MUS2306	     Theory	and	Analysis	I1	                                           3
MUS3925	 Orchestration	/	Orchestration	                                        3    MUS2307	     Theory	and	Analysis	II	                                           3
MUS4024	 Projet	de	recherche	II	/	Research	Project	II	                         6    MUS2331	     Forms	and	Styles	I:	Middle	Ages	and	Renaissance	                  3
MUS4301	 Seminar	I	                                                            3    MUS2332	     Forms	and	Styles	II:	Baroque	and	Early	Classical	                 3
MUS4308	 Topics	in	Counterpoint	                                               3    MUS3306	     Theory	and	Analysis	III	                                          3
MUS4310	 Selected	Topics	in	Score	Analysis	                                    3    MUS3307	     Theory	and	Analysis	IV	                                           3
MUS4311	 Introduction	to	Schenkerian	Analysis	                                 3    MUS3333	     Forms	and	Styles	III:	Late	Classical	and	Early	Romantic	          3
MUS4315	 Topics	in	Music	Technology	                                           3    MUS3334	     Forms	and	Styles	IV:	Late	Romantic	and	Early	Modern	              3
MUS4374	 Atonal	and	Twelve-Tone	Music	                                         3
                                                                                    6 credits from:
MUS4912	 Arrangement	/	Arranging	                                              3
                                                                                    MUS3305	 Music	and	Critical	Thought	                                           3
MUS4917	 Techniques	contemporaines	de	composition	/	
                                                                                    MUS3308	 Popular	Music	in	Society	                                             3
            New	Music	Techniques	in	Composition	                               3
                                                                                    MUS3335	 Twentieth-Century	Music	                                              3
MUS4924	 Projet	de	recherche	I	/	Research	Project	I	                           3
                                                                                    3	optional	MUS	credits	at	the	3000	and	4000	level
15	optional	MUS	credits
                                                                                    6	optional	MUS	credits	at	the	4000	level
Honours BA with Specialization in Music                             120 credits
                                                                                    Note(s)
French immersion is available.                                                      	 A	written	test	at	the	beginning	of	courses	MUS1990	and	MUS2306	will	
                                                                                    1

                                                                                      determine placement in an additional weekly lab.
ENG1100	     Workshop	in	Essay	Writing	                                        3
PHI1101	     Reasoning	and	Critical	Thinking	                                  3    Minor in Music                                                        30 credits
3 credits from:
                                                                                    MUS1303	     Materials	of	Music	I	                                             3	
ENG1120	     Literature	and	Composition	I:	Prose	Fiction	                      3	
ENG1121	     Literature	and	Composition	II:	Drama	and	Poetry	                  3    21	optional	MUS	credits
3 credits from:                                                                     6	optional	MUS	credits	at	the	3000	or	4000	level
PHI1102	     Moral	Reasoning	                                                  3
PHI1103	     Fundamental	Philosophical	Questions	                              3    List of Optional Courses
PHI1104	     Great	Philosophers	                                               3    Suggested courses without prerequisite:
                                                                                    MUS1301	     Topics	in	Music	Appreciation	I	                                   3
MUS1990	     Solfège	et	dictée	musicale	I	/	Sight-Singing	and	Dictation	I1	    3
                                                                                    MUS1302	     Topics	in	Music	Appreciation	II	                                  3
MUS2306	     Theory	and	Analysis	I1	                                           3
                                                                                    MUS2310	     Music	in	the	Movies	                                              3
MUS2307	     Theory	and	Analysis	II	                                           3
                                                                                    MUS2324	     Selected	Topics	in	Musical	Aesthetics	and	Criticism	              3
MUS2331	     Forms	and	Styles	I:	Middle	Ages	and	Renaissance	                  3
                                                                                    MUS2371	     Introduction	to	Music	and	Science	                                3
MUS2332	     Forms	and	Styles	II:	Baroque	and	Early	Classical	                 3
                                                                                    MUS2382	     Introduction	to	World	Music	                                      3
MUS2990	     Solfège	et	dictée	musicale	II	/	Sight-Singing	and	Dictation	II	   3
                                                                                    MUS2901	     Chorale	communautaire	/	Community	Singing	                        3
MUS3306	     Theory	and	Analysis	III	                                          3	
                                                                                    MUS3110	     Music	Education	I	                                                3
MUS3307	     Theory	and	Analysis	IV	                                           3
                                                                                    MUS3111	     Music	Education	II	                                               3
MUS3328	     Research	in	Music:	Tools	and	Methods	                             3
                                                                                    MUS3305	     Music	and	Critical	Thought	                                       3
MUS3333	     Forms	and	Styles	III:	Late	Classical	and	Early	Romantic	          3
                                                                                    MUS3308	     Popular	Music	in	Society	                                         3
MUS3334	     Forms	and	Styles	IV:	Late	Romantic	and	Early	Modern	              3
                                                                                    MUS4110	     Music	Education	III	                                              3
MUS3335	     Twentieth-Century	Music	                                          3

6	optional	MUS	credits
12	optional	MUS	credits	at	the	3000	and	4000	level
6	optional	MUS	credits	at	the	4000	level

48	elective	credits
   OR
A	minor	of	30	credits	plus	18	elective	credits	

Note(s)
	 A	written	test	at	the	beginning	of	courses	MUS1990	and	MUS2306	will	
1

  determine placement in an additional weekly lab.
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Certificate in Piano Pedagogy                                      30 credits       9 credits from:
                                                                                    MUS3340	 Keyboard	Literature	I	                        3
Students registered in a bachelor’s program or who have completed                   MUS3341	 Keyboard	Literature	II	                       3
the requirements of such a program may not be awarded a                             MUS3970	 Approches	musicales	pour	jeunes	élèves	/	
certificate on the basis of courses taken to meet their bachelor’s                               Musical	Approach	for	Young	Students	      3
degree requirements. Applicants to the Certificate must satisfy
                                                                                    MUS4302	 Selected	Topics	in	Music	Education	           3
the admission requirements of the mature applicant. They may be
                                                                                    MUS4110	 Music	Education	III	                          3
admitted provided they have not been engaged in full-time studies
for a period of two years.                                                          MUS4924	 Projet	de	recherche	I	/	Research	Project	I	   3

MUS3110	   Music	Education	I	                                                   3   6	elective	credits
MUS3111	   Music	Education	II	                                                  3
MUS4158	   Piano	Pedagogy	I	                                                    3
MUS4159	   Piano	Pedagogy	II	                                                   3
MUS4901	   Pratique	en	studio	pour	pianistes	/	Studio	Practicum	for	Pianists	   3




                                              Course descriptions and the recommended course of
                                              studies are available on the Faculty of Arts website —
                                              www.arts.uOttawa.ca
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 P H I LO S O P H Y
 Since	it	deals	mainly	with	issues	that	have	no	simple	solutions,	               PHI2383	     Modern	Philosophy	                                                 3
 philosophy emphasizes the exchange of ideas and debate, and thus                PHI3170	     Theory	of	Knowledge	                                               3
 cultivates	an	appetite	for	deep	and	serious	reflection.	By	reading	and	         PHI3174	     Metaphysics:	The	Structure	of	Reality	                             3
 discussing the works of the world’s great thinkers on fundamental topics
                                                                                 PHI3377	     Contemporary	Continental	Philosophy	                               3
 like	truth,	justice,	morality	and	existence,	you	sharpen	your	own	ability	to	
 think clearly, critically and independently. The Department’s curriculum        3 credits from:
 has a twin approach, historical and analytical, and covers political and        PHI3397	     Origins	of	Analytic	Philosophy	                                    3
 social philosophy, ethics, philosophy of science, philosophy of language,       PHI3398	     Contemporary	Analytic	Philosophy	                                  3
 philosophy of mind and logic.
 The	Department	of	Philosophy	also	runs	an	honours	with	specialization	          12	optional	PHI	credits
 program in ethics and society, as well as a minor in applied ethics.            6	optional	PHI	credits	at	the	3000	or	4000	level
                                                                                 6	optional	PHI	credits	at	the	4000	level
 Undergraduate Studies
                                                                                 With	at	least	6	credits	in	History	of	Philosophy	(HP)
 •	   Honours	BA	with	Specialization	in	Philosophy
 •	   Major	in	Philosophy                                                        With	at	least	6	credits	in	Metaphysics	and	Epistemology	(ME)
 •	   Minor	in	Philosophy                                                        With	at	least	6	credits	in	Ethics	and	Political	and	Social	Philosophy	(EP)
 •	   Joint	Honours	BA	in	Classics	and	Philosophy
 •	   Joint	Honours	BA	in	Communication	and	Philosophy                           54	elective	credits
 •	   Joint	Honours	BA	in	Philosophy	and	Political	Science                          OR
                                                                                 A	minor	of	30	credits	plus	24	elective	credits	
 Graduate Studies
 •	 Master	of	Arts	in	Philosophy	(MA)
 •	 Doctor	of	Philosophy	(PhD)
                                                                                 Major in Philosophy                                                    42 credits
                                                                                 French immersion is available when taking this program as part of an
 Career Opportunities
                                                                                 honours degree.
 Employers often look for the sound analytical skills and capacity for
 synthesis found in philosophy graduates, many of whom go on to hold             PHI1101	     Reasoning	and	Critical	Thinking	                                   3
 a position such as discourse analyst, research officer, press attaché,
                                                                                 3 credits from:
 teacher or public servant.
                                                                                 PHI1102	     Moral	Reasoning	                                                   3
                                                                                 PHI1103	     Fundamental	Philosophical	Questions	                               3
 Bachelor’s Program Structure
                                                                                 PHI1104	     Great	Philosophers	                                                3
 The Faculty of Arts programs have 120 credits, with the exception of the
 General Bachelor of Arts which has 90. A bachelor’s degree is made up
 of basic skills, disciplinary and elective courses.                             PHI2170	     Logic	I	                                                           3	
                                                                                 PHI2174	     Ethics	                                                            3
 See	the	table	on	page	7	for	the	possible	combinations	and	the	
 distribution of credits.                                                        PHI2183	     Political	Philosophy	                                              3
                                                                                 PHI2380	     Greek	Philosophy	or	the	Birth	of	Philosophy	                       3
                                                                                 PHI2382	     Medieval	Philosophy	                                               3
 Honours BA with Specialization                                                  PHI2383	     Modern	Philosophy	                                                 3
 in Philosophy                                                   120 credits     PHI3170	     Theory	of	Knowledge	                                               3
                                                                                 PHI3174	     Metaphysics:	The	Structure	of	Reality	                             3
 French immersion is available.
                                                                                 PHI3377	     Contemporary	Continental	Philosophy	                               3
 ENG1100	     Workshop	in	Essay	Writing	                                    3	
                                                                                 3 credits from:
 3 credits from:                                                                 PHI3397	     Origins	of	Analytic	Philosophy	                                    3
 ENG1120	     Literature	and	Composition	I:	Prose	Fiction	                  3    PHI3398	     Contemporary	Analytic	Philosophy	                                  3
 ENG1121	     Literature	and	Composition	II:	Drama	and	Poetry	              3
                                                                                 6	optional	PHI	credits	at	the	4000	level
 PHI1101	     Reasoning	and	Critical	Thinking	                              3
                                                                                 Minor in Philosophy                                                    30 credits
 3 credits from:
 PHI1102	     Moral	Reasoning	                                              3    PHI1101	     Reasoning	and	Critical	Thinking	                                   3
 PHI1103	     Fundamental	Philosophical	Questions	                          3    3 credits from:
 PHI1104	     Great	Philosophers	                                           3    PHI1102	     Moral	Reasoning	                                                   3
                                                                                 PHI1103	     Fundamental	Philosophical	Questions	                               3
 PHI2170	     Logic	I	                                                      3    PHI1104	     Great	Philosophers	                                                3
 PHI2174	     Ethics	                                                       3
                                                                                 6 credits from:1
 PHI2183	     Political	Philosophy	                                         3
                                                                                 PHI2170	     Logic	I	                                                           3
 PHI2380	     Greek	Philosophy	or	the	Birth	of	Philosophy	                  3
                                                                                 PHI2174	     Ethics	                                                            3
 PHI2382	     Medieval	Philosophy	                                          3
                                                                                 PHI2183	     Political	Philosophy	                                              3




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PHI2380	     Greek	Philosophy	or	the	Birth	of	Philosophy	                   3    Philosophy                                                           (48 credits)
PHI2382	     Medieval	Philosophy	                                           3
                                                                                 PHI1101	     Reasoning	and	Critical	Thinking	                                  3
PHI2383	     Modern	Philosophy	                                             3
PHI3170	     Theory	of	Knowledge	                                           3    3 credits from:
PHI3174	     Metaphysics:	The	Structure	of	Reality	                         3    PHI1102	     Moral	Reasoning	                                                  3
PHI3377	     Contemporary	Continental	Philosophy	                           3    PHI1103	     Fundamental	Philosophical	Questions	                              3
PHI3397	     Origins	of	Analytic	Philosophy	                                3    PHI1104	     Great	Philosophers	                                               3
PHI3398	     Contemporary	Analytic	Philosophy	                              3
                                                                                 PHI2170	     Logic	I	                                                          3
18	optional	PHI	credits1
                                                                                 PHI2174	     Ethics	                                                           3
Note(s)                                                                          PHI2183	     Political	Philosophy	                                             3
	 At	least	6	PHI	credits	must	be	at	the	3000	level	and	above.
1
                                                                                 PHI2380	     Greek	Philosophy	or	the	Birth	of	Philosophy	                      3
                                                                                 PHI2382	     Medieval	Philosophy	                                              3
Joint Honours BA in                                                              PHI2383	     Modern	Philosophy	                                                3
Classics and Philosophy                                         120 credits      PHI3170	     Theory	of	Knowledge	                                              3	
                                                                                 PHI3174	     Metaphysics:	The	Structure	of	Reality	                            3
ENG1100	     Workshop	in	Essay	Writing	                                     3
                                                                                 PHI3377	     Contemporary	Continental	Philosophy	                              3
3 credits from:
ENG1120	     Literature	and	Composition	I:	Prose	Fiction	                   3    PHI3397	     Origins	of	Analytic	Philosophy	                                   3
ENG1121	     Literature	and	Composition	II:	Drama	and	Poetry	               3      OR
                                                                                 PHI3398	     Contemporary	Analytic	Philosophy	                                 3
Classics                                                          (48 credits)
                                                                                 6	optional	PHI	credits2
CLA1101	     Greek	Civilization	                                            3
  OR                                                                             6	optional	PHI	credits	at	the	4000	level
CLA1102	     Roman	Civilization	                                            3    18	elective	credits

LCL1101	     Latin	I	                                                       3    Note(s)
LCL1102	     Latin	II	                                                      3    	 LCL4100	and	LCL4150	are	repeatable	for	credit	with	different	content	from	year	
                                                                                 1


CLA2323	     Greek	Mythology	                                               3      to year.
LCL2151	     Ancient	Greek	I	                                               3    		The	following	courses	are	recommended:	PHI2312,	PHI3370	and	PHI3380.
                                                                                 2


LCL2152	     Ancient	Greek	II	                                              3
6 credits in one of the following groups:
                                                                                 Joint Honours BA in Communication
CLA2101	      The	Beginnings	of	Greek	Civilization	                         3    and Philosophy                                                    120 credits
CLA2102	      Athens,	Persia	and	Sparta	                                    3
                                                                                 French immersion is available.
   OR
CLA2103	      The	Republic	                                                 3    ENG1100	     Workshop	in	Essay	Writing	                                        3
CLA2104	 The	Early	Empire	                                                  3    3 credits from:
3 credits from:                                                                  ENG1120	     Literature	and	Composition	I:	Prose	Fiction	                      3
CLA2105	 Introduction	to	Classical	Archaeology	                             3    ENG1121	     Literature	and	Composition	II:	Drama	and	Poetry	                  3
CLA2110	     Archaeological	Methods	and	Techniques	                         3
                                                                                 Communication                                                        (48 credits)
CLA2152	     Greeks,	Italians	and	the	Arts	of	the	Near	East	                3
CLA2153	     Classical	Art	and	the	Hellenistic	World	                       3    CMN1148	     Introduction	to	Organizational	Communication	                     3
CLA2154	     Art	in	the	Roman	Empire	                                       3    CMN1160	     Introduction	to	Media	Studies	                                    3
                                                                                 CMN2101	     Research	Methods	in	Communication	                                3
6 credits in one of the following groups:
                                                                                 CMN2130	     Interpersonal	Communication	                                      3
LCL2101	      Latin	III	                                                    3
                                                                                 CMN2170	     New	Media	                                                        3
LCL3100	      Selections	from	Latin	Authors	                                3
   OR
                                                                                 CMN2148	     Organizational	Communication	                                     3
LCL3151	      Ancient	Greek	III	                                            3
                                                                                   OR
LCL3355	      Selections	from	Greek	Authors	                                3	
                                                                                 CMN2160	     Theories	of	the	Media	                                            3
9 optional CLA or LCL credits
LCL4100	    Latin	Authors1	                                                 3    CMN3102	     Quantitative	Methods	                                             3
   OR                                                                            CMN3103	     Qualitative	Methods	                                              3
LCL4150	    Greek	Authors1	                                                 3    CMN3105	     Media	Ethics	                                                     3
                                                                                 CMN3109	     Theories	of	Communication	                                        3
3	optional	CLA	or	LCL	credits	at	the	4000	level
                                                                                 CMN4105	     Ethics	and	Information	Society	                                   3
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3 credits from:                                                                  PHI3397	     Origins	of	Analytic	Philosophy	                                    3
CMN4148	 Communication	and	Governmental	Organizations	                      3      OR
CMN4168	 Communication	and	International	Development	                       3    PHI3398	     Contemporary	Analytic	Philosophy	                                  3
CMN4185	 Political	Economy	of	the	Media	                                    3	
                                                                                 PHI4311	     Problems	in	Contemporary	Political	Philosophy	                     3
6	optional	CMN	credits
6	optional	CMN	credits	at	the	4000	level                                         6	optional	PHI	credits
                                                                                 3	optional	PHI	credits	at	the	4000	level
Philosophy                                                        (48 credits)
                                                                                 Political Science                                                     (48 credits)
PHI1101	     Reasoning	and	Critical	Thinking	                               3
                                                                                 POL1101	     Understanding	Politics	                                            3
3 credits from:
                                                                                 POL2101	     Introduction	to	Canadian	Politics	                                 3
PHI1102	     Moral	Reasoning	                                               3
                                                                                 POL2103	     Introduction	to	International	Relations	and	Global	Politics	       3
PHI1103	     Fundamental	Philosophical	Questions	                           3
                                                                                 POL2104	     Introduction	to	Comparative	Politics	                              3
PHI1104	     Great	Philosophers	                                            3
                                                                                 POL2107	     Introduction	to	Political	Thought	                                 3
                                                                                 POL2108	     Modern	Political	Thought	I	                                        3
PHI2170	     Logic	I	                                                       3
                                                                                 POL2156	     Foundations	of	Research	in	Political	Science	                      3
PHI2174	     Ethics	                                                        3
                                                                                 POL3102	     Modern	Political	Thought	II	                                       3
PHI2183	     Political	Philosophy	                                          3
                                                                                 POL3156	     Research	Techniques	in	Political	Science	                          3
PHI2380	     Greek	Philosophy	or	the	Birth	of	Philosophy	                   3
PHI2382	     Medieval	Philosophy	                                           3    3 credits from:
PHI2383	     Modern	Philosophy	                                             3    POL4134	     Law,	Politics	and	the	Constitution	in	Canada	                      3	
PHI3170	     Theory	of	Knowledge	                                           3    POL4150	     Electoral	Systems	and	Political	Parties	                           3	
PHI3174	     Metaphysics:	The	Structure	of	Reality	                         3    POL4151	     Interest	Groups	and	Social	Movements	in	Canada	                    3
PHI3377	     Contemporary	Continental	Philosophy	                           3    POL4153	     Canadian	Federalism	                                               3
                                                                                 POL4154	     Parliamentary	Government	in	Canada	                                3
PHI3397	     Origins	of	Analytic	Philosophy	                                3    POL4166	 Social	and	Political	Thought	in	Canada	                                3
  OR                                                                             POL4565	 Développement	des	idéologies	sociales	et	politiques	au	Québec	         3
PHI3398	     Contemporary	Analytic	Philosophy	                              3    3 credits from:
                                                                                 POL3111	     International	Organizations	                                       3
PHI4312	     Problems	in	Contemporary	Ethics	                               3    POL3115	     Comparative	Politics	of	Development	                               3
6	optional	PHI	credits                                                           POL4124	     The	Politics	of	Security	                                          3
3	optional	PHI	credits	at	the	4000	level                                         POL4176	     International	Political	Economy	                                   3
                                                                                 POL4522	 Multilatéralisme	:	formes	et	enjeux	                                   3
18	elective	credits
                                                                                 3 credits from:
Joint Honours BA in Philosophy                                                   POL4310	     Honours	Seminar	in	Political	Thought	                              3
and Political Science                                           120 credits      POL4320	 Honours	Seminar	in	Canadian	Politics	                                  3
                                                                                 POL4330	 Honours	Seminar	in	International	Relations	and	Global	Politics	        3
ENG1100	     Workshop	in	Essay	Writing	                                     3    POL4350	 Honours	Seminar	in	Comparative	Politics	                               3
3 credits from:                                                                  6	optional	POL	credits
ENG1120	     Literature	and	Composition	I:	Prose	Fiction	                   3    6	optional	POL	credits	at	the	4000	level
ENG1121	     Literature	and	Composition	II:	Drama	and	Poetry	               3
                                                                                 18	elective	credits
Philosophy                                                        (48 credits)
PHI1101	     Reasoning	and	Critical	Thinking	                               3
3 credits from:
PHI1102	     Moral	Reasoning	                                               3
PHI1103	     Fundamental	Philosophical	Questions	                           3
PHI1104	     Great	Philosophers	                                            3

PHI2170	     Logic	I	                                                       3
PHI2174	     Ethics	                                                        3
PHI2183	     Political	Philosophy	                                          3
PHI2380	     Greek	Philosophy	or	the	Birth	of	Philosophy	                   3
PHI2382	     Medieval	Philosophy	                                           3
PHI2383	     Modern	Philosophy	                                             3        Course descriptions and the recommended course of
PHI3170	     Theory	of	Knowledge	                                           3
                                                                                     studies are available on the Faculty of Arts website —
PHI3174	     Metaphysics:	The	Structure	of	Reality	                         3
                                                                                     www.arts.uOttawa.ca
PHI3377	     Contemporary	Continental	Philosophy	                           3
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P U B L I C R E L AT I O N S
In	Canada,	the	public	relations	industry	employs	more	than	40,000	               6 CMN credits from:
people. A career in this area offers you a wide variety of functions and         CMN4105	 Ethics	and	Information	Society	                                     3
tasks:	writing	review	articles,	bulletins,	news	releases,	pamphlets	and	         CMN4131	 Negotiation	and	Mediation	                                          3
speeches; building and maintaining good relationships with the media;
                                                                                 CMN4166	 Audience	Research	                                                  3
organizing press conferences, launches, inaugurations, open houses
and exhibits; acting as spokesperson; developing multi-media kits;               24	optional	credits	from	the	list	below
producing	videos;	designing	Web	pages;	and	managing	crises.	Public	
                                                                                 45	credits	in	equivalences	for	the	diploma	in	Public	Relations	from	
relations are ubiquitous in politics (new policies, new legislation, image
                                                                                    Algonquin College
control, etc.), in business (product recall, image management, product
launches, rumour control, quarterly reports, investor and employee
relations) and even in the entertainment industry (movie premieres,              Note(s)
controversy management, career launches, etc.).                                  	 Students	who	have	completed	the	degree	in	Public	Relations	from	Algonquin	
                                                                                 1

                                                                                   College	are	exempted	from	CMN3144.	Therefore,	they	must	replace	this	course	
Undergraduate Studies                                                              with	3	credits	of	elective	courses.	
•	 Honours	Bachelor	in	Public	Relations
                                                                                 List of Optional Courses
Graduate Studies
•	   Master	of	Arts	in	Communication	(MA)                                        12 optional CMN credits from:
•	   Master	of	Communication	(MC)                                                CMN2168	 Globalization	and	Communication	                                    3
•	   Graduate	certificate	in	Organizational	Communication                        CMN2170	 New	Media	                                                          3
•	   Graduate	Certificate	in	Government	Communication                            CMN2181	 Intercultural	Communication	                                        3
                                                                                 CMN3130	 Communication	Planning	                                             3
Career Opportunities
                                                                                 CMN3133	 Political	Communication	                                            3
This program leads to a career such as a public relations officer, speech
writer, press attaché or communications officer.                                 CMN3148	 Communication	Skills	Training	                                      3
                                                                                 CMN3165	 Media	Industries	                                                   3
Bachelor’s Program Structure                                                     CMN3182	 Policy	Studies	                                                     3
The Faculty of Arts programs have 120 credits, with the exception of the         CMN4105	 Ethics	and	Information	Society	                                     3
General Bachelor of Arts which has 90. A bachelor’s degree is made up            CMN4128	 Organizational	Communication	Consulting	                            3
of basic skills, disciplinary and elective courses.                              CMN4129	 Facilitation	of	Change	in	Organizations	                            3
                                                                                 CMN4131	 Negotiation	and	Mediation	                                          3
See	the	table	on	page	7	for	the	possible	combinations	and	the	
distribution of credits.                                                         CMN4148	 Communication	and	Governmental	Organizations	                       3
                                                                                 CMN4166	 Audience	Research	                                                  3

Honours Bachelor in Public Relations                          120 credits        0 to 3 optional ADM credits from:
                                                                                 ADM1100	 Introduction	to	Business	Management	                                3
CMN1148	    Introduction	to	Organizational	Communication	                    3   ADM1101	 Social	Context	of	Business	                                         3
CMN1160	    Introduction	to	Media	Studies	                                   3   ADM2320	 Marketing	                                                          3
ENG1100	    Workshop	in	Essay	Writing	                                       3
                                                                                 0 to 3 optional ECO credits from:
PHI1101	    Reasoning	and	Critical	Thinking	                                 3
                                                                                 ECO1102	     Introduction	to	Macroeconomics	                                 3
CMN2101	    Research	Methods	in	Communication	                               3
                                                                                    OR
CMN2130	    Interpersonal	Communication	                                     3   ECO1302	 Contemporary	Macroeconomic	Issues	                                  3
CMN2148	    Organizational	Communication	                                    3
CMN2160	    Theories	of	the	Media	                                           3   ECO1104	     Introduction	to	Microeconomics	                                 3
CMN3102	    Quantitative	Methods	                                            3     OR
CMN3103	    Qualitative	Methods	                                             3   ECO1304	     Contemporary	Microeconomic	Issues	                              3
CMN3105	    Media	Ethics	                                                    3
CMN3109	    Theories	of	Communication	                                       3   ECO2113	     Canada	and	the	World	Economy	                                   3	
CMN3144	    Public	Relations1	                                               3
                                                                                 0 to 3 optional HIS credits from:
CMN3155	    Public	Opinion	                                                  3
                                                                                 HIS1111	     The	Twentieth-Century	World	from	1945	                          3
CMN4144	    Advanced	Public	Relations	Seminar	                               3
                                                                                 HIS2342	     Europe	in	the	20th	Century	                                     3
                                                                                 HIS2364	     Contemporary	Canada	                                            3
                                                                                 0 to 3 optional POL credits from:
                                                                                 POL1102	     Politics	and	Globalization	                                     3
                                                                                 POL1102	     Politics	and	Globalization	                                     3




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0 to 3 optional PSY credits from:
PSY1101	     Introduction	to	Experimental	Psychology	                3
PSY1102	     Introduction	to	Applied	Psychology	                     3
PSY2110	     Social	Psychology	                                      3




                                             Course descriptions and the recommended course of
                                             studies are available on the Faculty of Arts website —
                                             www.arts.uOttawa.ca
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ET ÉDITION
The minor and the certificate in rédaction	professionnelle	et	édition           FRA3588	   Techniques	de	vulgarisation	                                3	
offered by the Département	de	français prepare students for many                FRA3748	   Écriture	et	persuasion	                                     3
positions requiring mastery of writing techniques for information and           FRA3700	   Édition	et	société	                                         3	
communication in French. This specialized training combines theoretical
                                                                                FRA3702	   Le	texte	et	l’image	                                        3	
knowledge and practical experience with the tools (particularly
                                                                                FRA3756	   Essayistes	et	pamphlétaires	                                3
computerized tools) and the methods used in many occupational
settings including institutions, businesses, the public service, public
relations and the media.                                                        Certificat en rédaction
                                                                                professionnelle et édition                                  30 crédits
For the minor, the only condition is that your undergraduate degree
allows you to add a minor. This minor will enhance your education with          FRA2705	   Réécriture	et	révision	                                     3	
specialized training that will allow you to assume writing and publishing
                                                                                FRA2789	   Grammaire	et	expression	                                    3	
responsibilities in your main field; examples include scientific, technical,
                                                                                FRA2799	   Grammaire	et	style	                                         3	
administrative, business, and legal writing and publishing.
                                                                                FRA3568	   Communication	écrite	                                       3	
The certificate is for you −regardless of whether you have an                   FRA3701	   Éditique	:	mise	en	pages	et	correction	                     3	
undergraduate degree− if you already hold a writing related
                                                                                FRA4701	   Rédaction	hypertextuelle	                                   3	
position	as	an	information	officer,	journalist,	executive	secretary,	
communication officer or translator, for example, and want to refine            12 crédits parmi :
your expertise. The certificate is also for you if you want to change           FRA2549	 Contraction	et	synthèse	de	textes	                            3	
careers and work in such positions, or if you have completed an                 FRA3548	 Écriture	et	information	                                      3	
undergraduate degree and want complementary training that will
                                                                                FRA3549	 Littérature	et	journalisme	                                   3	
lead to new occupational opportunities.
                                                                                FRA3578	     Critique	culturelle	                                      3
Undergraduate Studies                                                           FRA3588	 Techniques	de	vulgarisation	                                  3	
•	 Mineure	en	rédaction	professionnelle	et	édition                              FRA3700	 Édition	et	société	                                           3	
•	 Certificat	en	rédaction	professionnelle	et	édition                           FRA3702	     Le	texte	et	l’image	                                      3	
                                                                                FRA3748	     Écriture	et	persuasion	                                   3	
Language of Instruction                                                         FRA3756	     Essayistes	et	pamphlétaires	                              3
The language of instruction is French. All assignments and examinations
must be presented or written in French.

Career Opportunities
These programs lead to careers such as technical writer, communications
officer, reviser and information officer.

Bachelor’s Program Structure
The Faculty of Arts programs have 120 credits, with the exception of the
General Bachelor of Arts which has 90. A bachelor’s degree is made up
of basic skills, disciplinary and elective courses.
See	the	table	on	page	7	for	the	possible	combinations	and	the	
distribution of credits.


Mineure en rédaction
professionnelle et édition                                      30 crédits
Programme complémentaire offert uniquement comme deuxième
discipline. Il n’y a pas d’admission directe.
FRA2705	    Réécriture	et	révision	                                        3	
FRA2789	    Grammaire	et	expression	                                       3	
FRA2799	    Grammaire	et	style	                                            3	
FRA3568	    Communication	écrite	                                          3	
FRA3701	    Éditique	:	mise	en	pages	et	correction	                        3
FRA4701	    Rédaction	hypertextuelle	                                      3	
12 crédits parmi :
FRA2549	 Contraction	et	synthèse	de	textes	                                3	
FRA3548	 Écriture	et	information	                                          3	
FRA3549	 Littérature	et	journalisme	                                       3        Course descriptions and the recommended course of
FRA3578	     Critique	culturelle	                                          3	       studies are available on the Faculty of Arts website —
                                                                                    www.arts.uOttawa.ca




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 RELIGIOUS STUDIES
 If	you	think	the	aim	of	our	programs	is	to	make	a	priest	or	a	nun	out	            SRS3165	     Gender	and	Religion	                                                 3
 of you, think again! To understand the world in which we live and its             SRS3190	     Popular	Culture	and	Religion	                                        3
 various cultures, it is important to look at all the world’s religions. Our
 multidisciplinary programs combine history, sociology, psychology                 3 credits from:
 and anthropology, so the result is a rich mixture of perspectives on an           SRS2170	     Bible	and	Culture	I:	Texts	and	Traditions	of	Ancient	Israel	         3
 array	of	topics:	history	of	the	study	of	religion,	Amerindian	religions,	         SRS2382	     Bible	and	Culture	II:	Texts	and	Traditions	of	Early	Christianity	    3
 Asian cultural traditions, classical European cultures, religion in               SRS2383	     Jews	and	Christians	in	Late	Antiquity	                               3
 Canada, women and religion, and the relation between religions
 and globalization.                                                                3 credits from:1
                                                                                   SRS2115	     Religious	Ways	of	the	Aboriginal	Peoples	                            3
 Undergraduate Studies                                                             SRS2386	     History	of	Religion	in	Canada	                                       3
 •	 Honours	BA	with	Specialization	in	Religious	Studies                            SRS3385	     Religion	and	Multiculturalism	in	Canada	                             3
 •	 Major	in	Religious	Studies
 •	 Minor	in	Religious	Studies                                                     12	optional	SRS	credits
                                                                                   15	optional	SRS	credits	at	the	3000	or	4000	level1
 Graduate Studies
 •	 Master	of	Arts	in	Religious	Studies	(MA)                                       48	elective	credits
 •	 Doctorate	in	Religious	Studies	(PhD)                                              OR
                                                                                   A	minor	of	30	credits	plus	18	elective	credits	
 Career Opportunities
 The business world and governments are looking for graduates with                 Note(s)
 a multidisciplinary, humanist education. These programs lead to                   	 The	number	of	credits	at	the	3000	level	can	be	reduced	according	to	the	
                                                                                   1

 careers in international development, immigration, diplomatic service               number	of	courses	already	taken	at	the	3000	or	4000	level.
 and multiculturalism.
                                                                                   Major in Religious Studies                                             42 credits
 Bachelor’s Program Structure
 The Faculty of Arts programs have 120 credits, with the exception of the          French immersion is available when taking this program as part of an
 General Bachelor of Arts which has 90. A bachelor’s degree is made up             honours degree.
 of basic skills, disciplinary and elective courses.
                                                                                   SRS2112	     The	Religions	of	the	World	I	                                        3
 See	the	table	on	page	7	for	the	possible	combinations	and	the	                    SRS2113	     The	Religions	of	the	World	II	                                       3
 distribution of credits.                                                          SRS4202	     Method	and	Theory	in	the	Study	of	Religion	                          6
                                                                                   6 credits from:
 Honours BA with Specialization                                                    SRS2191	     Sociology	of	Religion	                                               3
 in Religious Studies                                              120 credits     SRS2194	     Anthropology	of	Religion	                                            3
                                                                                   SRS2351	     Psychology	of	Religion	                                              3
 French immersion is available.
                                                                                   3 credits from:1
 ENG1100	    Workshop	in	Essay	Writing	                                        3   SRS2211	     Women	and	Religions	                                                 6
 PHI1101	    Reasoning	and	Critical	Thinking	                                  3   SRS3163	     Women	in	Early	Christianity	                                         3
 3 credits from:                                                                   SRS3165	     Gender	and	Religion	                                                 3
 ENG1120	     Literature	and	Composition	I:	Prose	Fiction	                     3   SRS3190	     Popular	Culture	and	Religion	                                        3
 ENG1121	     Literature	and	Composition	II:	Drama	and	Poetry	                 3   3 credits from:
 3 credits from:                                                                   SRS2170	     Bible	and	Culture	I:	Texts	and	Traditions	of	Ancient	Israel	         3
 PHI1102	     Moral	Reasoning	                                                 3   SRS2382	     Bible	and	Culture	II:	Texts	and	Traditions	of	Early	Christianity	    3
 PHI1103	     Fundamental	Philosophical	Questions	                             3   SRS2383	     Jews	and	Christians	in	Late	Antiquity	                               3
 PHI1104	     Great	Philosophers	                                              3   3 credits from:1
                                                                                   SRS2115	     Religious	Ways	of	the	Aboriginal	Peoples	                            3
 SRS2112	    The	Religions	of	the	World	I	                                     3   SRS2386	     History	of	Religion	in	Canada	                                       3
 SRS2113	    The	Religions	of	the	World	II	                                    3   SRS3385	     Religion	and	Multiculturalism	in	Canada	                             3
 SRS2191	    Sociology	of	Religion	                                            3
 SRS2194	    Anthropology	of	Religion	                                         3   3	optional	SRS	credits
 SRS2351	    Psychology	of	Religion	                                           3   12	optional	SRS	credits	at	the	3000	or	4000	level1
 SRS4202	    Method	and	Theory	in	the	Study	of	Religion	                       6
                                                                                   Note(s)
 SRS4302	    Text,	Context	and	History	in	the	Study	of	Religion	               3   		The	number	of	credits	at	the	3000	level	can	be	reduced	according	to	the	
                                                                                   1

 3 credits from:1                                                                    number	of	courses	already	taken	at	the	3000	level.
 SRS2211	     Women	and	Religions	                                             6
 SRS3163	     Women	in	Early	Christianity	                                     3




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Minor in Religious Studies                                             30 credits
SRS2112	     The	Religions	of	the	World	I	                                       3
SRS2113	     The	Religions	of	the	World	II	                                      3
6 credits from:1
SRS2115	     Religious	Ways	of	the	Aboriginal	Peoples	                           3
SRS2191	     Sociology	of	Religion	                                              3
SRS2194	     Anthropology	of	Religion	                                           3
SRS2351	     Psychology	of	Religion	                                             3
SRS2211	     Women	and	Religions	                                                6
SRS2170	     Bible	and	Culture	I:	Texts	and	Traditions	of	Ancient	Israel	        3
SRS2381	     Christianity,	Culture	and	Change	                                   3
SRS2382	     Bible	and	Culture	II:	Texts	and	Traditions	of	Early	Christianity	   3
SRS2383	     Jews	and	Christians	in	Late	Antiquity	                              3
SRS2386	     History	of	Religion	in	Canada	                                      3
SRS3163	     Women	in	Early	Christianity	                                        3
SRS3165	     Gender	and	Religion	                                                3
SRS3190	     Popular	Culture	and	Religion	                                       3
SRS3385	     Religion	and	Multiculturalism	in	Canada	                            3

12	optional	SRS	credits
6	optional	SRS	credits	at	the	3000	level	and	above1

Note(s)
	 The	number	of	credits	at	the	3000	level	can	be	reduced	according	to	the	
1

  number	of	courses	already	taken	at	the	3000	level.




                                                  Course descriptions and the recommended course of
                                                  studies are available on the Faculty of Arts website —
                                                  www.arts.uOttawa.ca
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 RUSSIAN
 The	Department	of	Modern	Languages	and	Literatures	offers	a	range	of	                   Minor in Russian                                                     30 credits
 courses focusing on the language, history and culture of a fascinating
 country:	Russia.	Russian,	which	is	spoken	in	Russia	and	throughout	the	                 Admission to this program can be done in the first year of the
 former	Soviet	Union,	ranks	fourth	among	the	world’s	most	widely	used	                   General Bachelor of Arts program or after successfully completing
 languages	after	Chinese,	English	and	Spanish.	The	achievements	of	                      24 university credits (8 courses) in an honours bachelor’s program.
 Russian writers and artists in ballet, cinema, theatre and painting are
 internationally	renowned.	Russia	has	a	population	of	some	145	million	                  RUS1901	    Cours	élémentaire	de	russe	I	/	Elementary	Russian	I	              3
 and	is	the	largest	country	in	the	world	geographically.	Since	the	fall	                 RUS1902	    Cours	élémentaire	de	russe	II	/	Elementary	Russian	II	            3
 of communism, the Russian economy and Russian life in general have                      RUS2901	    Cours	intermédiaire	de	russe	I	/	Intermediate	Russian	I	          3
 gained	new	vigor.	What’s	more,	the	country	is	easy	to	visit	and	offers	a	               RUS2902	    Cours	intermédiaire	de	russe	II	/	Intermediate	Russian	II	        3
 myriad of exciting experiences.                                                         RUS3901	    Cours	avancé	de	russe	I	/	Advanced	Russian	I	                     3
 Undergraduate Studies                                                                   RUS3902	    Cours	avancé	de	russe	II	/	Advanced	Russian	II	                   3
 •	 Major	in	Russian	Language	and	Culture                                                12	optional	RUS	credits
 •	 Minor	in	Russian

 Language of Instruction
 The language courses are taught in Russian. Other courses are offered in
 either English or French.

 Specific Admission Requirements
 Students	who	already	know	the	language	must	take	a	placement	test	
 that serves to evaluate their actual proficiency and may exempt them
 from certain basic courses.

 Career Opportunities
 Mastering	a	foreign	language	is	an	important	asset	in	the	business	
 sector and in the public service. These programs lead to careers in the
 diplomatic service, foreign affairs, tourism and teaching.

 Bachelor’s Program Structure
 The Faculty of Arts programs have 120 credits, with the exception of the
 General Bachelor of Arts which has 90. A bachelor’s degree is made up
 of basic skills, disciplinary and elective courses.
 See	the	table	on	page	7	for	the	possible	combinations	and	the	
 distribution of credits.


 Major in Russian Language and Culture                                  42 credits
 RUS1901	     Cours	élémentaire	de	russe	I	/	Elementary	Russian	I	                  3
 RUS1902	     Cours	élémentaire	de	russe	II	/	Elementary	Russian	II	                3
 RUS2901	     Cours	intermédiaire	de	russe	I	/	Intermediate	Russian	I	              3
 RUS2902	     Cours	intermédiaire	de	russe	II	/	Intermediate	Russian	II	            3
 RUS3901	     Cours	avancé	de	russe	I	/	Advanced	Russian	I	                         3
 RUS3902	     Cours	avancé	de	russe	II	/	Advanced	Russian	II	                       3
 RUS2101	     Introduction	to	Russian	Culture	                                      3	
 RUS2103	     Contemporary	Russian	Culture	                                         3

 18	optional	RUS	credits	of	which	at	least	6	credits	at	the	3000	level	and	at	least	6	
    credits	at	the	4000	level

 Mandatory requirement: Immersion stay abroad
 A minimum of 12 credits must be taken abroad in a university where
 Russian is the language of instruction and study. The University of
 Ottawa	will	establish	RUS	course	equivalencies.	This	requirement	also	
 involves specific participation conditions.
 Students	are	eligible	for	a	mobility	scholarship	of	$2,000.
                                                                                             Course descriptions and the recommended course of
                                                                                             studies are available on the Faculty of Arts website —
                                                                                             www.arts.uOttawa.ca




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S E CO N D - L A N G UAG E T E AC H I N G
No	need	to	look	elsewhere:	offered	jointly	by	the	Faculty	of	Arts,	through	     PSY1101	         Introduction	to	Experimental	Psychology	                          3	
the	Institute	of	Official	Languages	and	Bilingualism,	and	the	Faculty	of	         OR
Education, these multidisciplinary undergraduate programs are the               PSY1102	         Introduction	to	Applied	Psychology	                               3
only ones of their kind in Canada. Courses cover the psychological
theories of language acquisition, as well as language learning and
                                                                                DLS2101	         Listening	and	Reading2	                                           3
teaching	and	examine	how	languages	reflect	the	culture	and	society	
                                                                                DLS2102	         Speaking	and	Writing2	                                            3
in which they are used. Learning two of the world’s most prominent
international languages gives you a significant advantage in today’s            LIN2381	         Varieties	of	English3	                                            3	
global	community.	What’s	more,	upon	graduation,	if	you	want	to	work	as	         DLS3100	         Classroom	Observation	and	Related	Research	                       3
a second-language teacher and you meet the admission requirements               DLS3101	         Educational	Technology	and	Second	Language	Teaching	              3
of the Faculty of Education, we have a few places reserved for you in our       DLS4100	         Topics	in	Second	Language	Teaching	                               3
Bachelor of Education (BEd) program.                                            DLS4104	         Curriculum	and	Teaching	Materials	in	Second	
                                                                                                 Language Education2	                                              3
Undergraduate Studies
                                                                                DLS4105	         Language	Education	in	a	Multicultural	and	
•	 Honours	BA	with	Specialization	in	Second-Language	Teaching
                                                                                                 Minority	Setting:	From	Theory	to	Practice	                        3
•	 Major	in	Second-Language	Teaching
                                                                                3 credits from:
Language of Instruction                                                         DLS3103	     English	for	Specific	Purposes	                                        3
Although the program is offered in both English and French,                     DLS3110	     Teaching	Grammar	                                                     3
Anglophone students intending to teach French as a second language
                                                                                DLS3120	     Phonetics	Applied	to	Second	Language	Teaching	                        3
must take some courses in French.
                                                                                6 credits from:
Specific Admission Requirements                                                 LIN2300	     The	World’s	Languages	                                                3
Students	must	of	course	have	an	excellent	command	of	the	language	
                                                                                LIN2310	     Introduction	to	Syntax2	                                              3
they intend to teach.
                                                                                LIN2320	     Introduction	to	Phonology2	                                           3
Career Opportunities                                                            LIN2355	     Second	Language	Acquisition	                                          3
Employment	opportunities	abound	in	this	field.	Many	of	our	graduates	           LIN2360	     Bilingualism	                                                         3
find work as English-as-a-second-language teacher, French-as-a-                 LIN2361	     Descriptive	Grammar	of	Modern	English2	                               3
second-language teacher, second-language monitor and developer                  LIN2364	     Linguistics	Applied	to	Second	Language	Teaching2	                     3
of teaching aids.                                                               LIN2366	     Second	Language	Testing	                                              3
                                                                                LIN3342	     Sociolinguistics	                                                     3
Bachelor’s Program Structure
The Faculty of Arts programs have 120 credits, with the exception of the        6	optional*	credits
General Bachelor of Arts which has 90. A bachelor’s degree is made up           6	optional*	credits	at	the	3000	or	4000	level
of basic skills, disciplinary and elective courses.                             *		 For	students	preparing	to	teach	English	as	a	second	language,	the	
See	the	table	on	page	7	for	the	possible	combinations	and	the	                      12 optional credits must be in ENG4.
distribution of credits.                                                        *		 For	students	preparing	to	teach	French	as	a	second	language,	the	12	optional	
                                                                                    credits	must	be	in	FRA,	FRE	or	the	following	FLS	courses5.

Honours BA with Specialization                                                  FLS3761	         Perfectionnement	de	l’expression	écrite	en	français	langue	
in Second-Language Teaching                                      120 credits                     seconde	:	niveau	avancé	II	                                       3
                                                                                FLS3771	         Grammaire	française	pour	étudiants	en	langue	seconde	:	
French immersion is available.
                                                                                                 niveau	avancé	II	                                                 3
ENG1100	    Workshop	in	Essay	Writing	                                     3
PHI1101	    Reasoning	and	Critical	Thinking	                               3    48	elective	credits
                                                                                   OR
3 credits from:                                                                 A	minor	of	30	credits	plus	18	elective	credits	
ENG1120	     Literature	and	Composition	I:	Prose	Fiction	                  3
ENG1121	     Literature	and	Composition	II:	Drama	and	Poetry	              3    Note(s)
                                                                                1
                                                                                 	 Students	are	encouraged	to	take	this	course	in	the	language	they	are	preparing	
3 credits from:
                                                                                   to teach.
PHI1102	     Moral	Reasoning	                                              3	
                                                                                2
                                                                                      This course must be taken in the language that students are preparing to teach.
PHI1103	     Fundamental	Philosophical	Questions	                          3
PHI1104	     Great	Philosophers	                                           3
                                                                                3		
                                                                                      For	students	preparing	to	teach	French	as	a	second	language,	LIN2381	must	be	
                                                                                      replaced	by	FRA2520	or	FRA2789.	
DLS1100	    Introduction	to	Second	Language	Teaching	I1	                   3
                                                                                4
                                                                                 	 By	taking	the	DLS	program	courses,	you	will	meet	the	requirements	
DLS1101	    Introduction	to	Second	Language	Teaching	II1	                  3       of the Faculty of Education at the University of Ottawa for the English
                                                                                   option	(teaching	English	in	French	schools)	at	the	junior/intermediate	and	
LIN1310	    Introduction	to	Linguistics	I:	From	Words	to	Utterances2	      3
                                                                                   intermediate/senior	divisions	of	the	preservice	program	(BEd).	
LIN1320	    Introduction	to	Linguistics	II:	The	Sounds	of	Language2	       3




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	 Students	who	apply	to	the	Faculty	of	Education	at	the	University	of	Ottawa	
5
                                                                                       Note(s)
  at	the	intermediate/senior	level	and	who	choose	to	teach	French	as	a	second	         	 Students	are	encouraged	to	take	this	course	in	the	language	they	are	preparing	
                                                                                       1

  language (in the English-language schools of Ontario) as their first teaching          to teach.
  option,	must	obtain	3	additional	credits	pertaining	to	the	French	language.	         2
                                                                                           This course must be taken in the language that students are preparing to teach.
Students	admitted	in	second-language	teaching	will	be	given	priority	in	
                                                                                       		For	students	preparing	to	teach	French	as	a	second	language,	LIN2381	must	be	
                                                                                       3
registration	for	DLS	courses.	
                                                                                         replaced	by	FRA2520	or	FRA2789.	
LIN1310,	LIN1320,	DLS1100	and	DLS1101	must	all	be	taken	before	or	
                                                                                       		By	taking	the	DLS	program	courses,	you	will	meet	the	requirements	
                                                                                       4
concurrently	with	any	other	LIN	or	DLS	course.
                                                                                         of the Faculty of Education at the University of Ottawa for the English
                                                                                         option	(teaching	English	in	French	schools)	at	the	junior/intermediate	
Major in Second-Language Teaching                                   42 credits           and	intermediate/senior	divisions	of	the	Formation	à	l’enseignement	
                                                                                         program	(B.Éd.).	
French immersion is available when taking this program as part of an
honours degree.                                                                        		Students	who	apply	to	the	Faculty	of	Education	at	the	University	of	Ottawa	
                                                                                       5

                                                                                         at	the	intermediate/senior	level	and	who	choose	to	teach	French	as	a	second	
DLS1100	     Introduction	to	Second	Language	Teaching	I1	                         3      language (in the English-language schools of Ontario) as their first teaching
DLS1101	     Introduction	to	Second	Language	Teaching	II1	                        3      option,	must	obtain	3	additional	credits	pertaining	to	the	French	language.	
LIN1310	     Introduction	to	Linguistics	I:	From	Words	to	Utterances2	            3    Students	admitted	in	second-language	teaching	will	be	given	priority	in	
LIN1320	     Introduction	to	Linguistics	II:	The	Sounds	of	Language2	             3    registration	for	DLS	courses.	
DLS2101	     Listening	and	Reading2	                                              3    LIN1310,	LIN1320,	DLS1100	and	DLS1101	must	all	be	taken	before	or	
DLS2102	     Speaking	and	Writing2	                                               3    concurrently	with	any	other	LIN	or	DLS	course.
LIN2381	     Varieties	of	English3	                                               3
DLS4104	     Curriculum	and	Teaching	Materials	in	Second	
             Language Education2	                                                 3
DLS4105	     Language	Education	in	a	Multicultural	and	
             Minority	Setting:	from	Theory	to	Practice	                           3
9 credits from:
DLS3100	     Classroom	Observation	and	Related	Research	                          3
DLS3101	     Educational	Technology	and	Second	Language	Teaching	                 3
DLS3103	     English	for	Specific	Purposes	                                       3
DLS3110	     Teaching	Grammar	                                                    3	
DLS3120	     Phonetics	Applied	to	Second	Language	Teaching	                       3
DLS4100	     Topics	in	Second	Language	Teaching	                                  3
LIN2355	     Second	Language	Acquisition	                                         3
LIN2360	     Bilingualism	                                                        3
LIN3342	     Sociolinguistics	                                                    3

3	optional*	credits
3	optional*	credits	at	the	3000	or	4000	level
*	For	students	preparing	to	teach	English	as	a	second	language,	the	6	optional	
   credits must be in ENG4.
*	For	students	preparing	to	teach	French	as	a	second	language,	the	6	optional	
   credits	must	be	in	FRA,	FRE	or	the	following	FLS	courses5.

FLS3761	     Perfectionnement	de	l’expression	écrite	en	français	langue	
             seconde	:	niveau	avancé	II	                                          3
FLS3771	     Grammaire	française	pour	étudiants	en	langue	seconde	:	
             niveau	avancé	II	                                                    3




                                                Course descriptions and the recommended course of
                                                studies are available on the Faculty of Arts website —
                                                www.arts.uOttawa.ca
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S PA N I S H
Spanish	is	spoken	by	roughly	360	million	people	in	Spain	and	the	             Honours BA with
Americas.	The	political,	social	and	cultural	importance	of	Spanish	
increases	every	day,	and	a	degree	in	Spanish	opens	an	array	of	
                                                                              Specialization in Spanish                                            120 credits
professional	opportunities	for	you.	As	a	student	in	the	Spanish	Section	
                                                                              ENG1100	     Workshop	in	Essay	Writing	                                         3
of	the	Department	of	Modern	Languages	and	Literatures,	you	not	only	
receive	comprehensive	training	in	the	Spanish	language	itself,	but	also	      PHI1101	     Reasoning	and	Critical	Thinking	                                   3
gain a broader perspective on the Hispanic world through the study of         3 credits from:
linguistics, literature, culture and cinema—exactly the combination you       ENG1120	     Literature	and	Composition	I:	Prose	Fiction	                       3
need	should	you	decide	to	move	on	to	master’s	and	PhD-level	studies.
                                                                              ENG1121	     Literature	and	Composition	II:	Drama	and	Poetry	                   3
In	addition,	you	can	complement	your	formal	training	thanks	to	a	full	
                                                                              3 credits from:
program of social and cultural activities (films, lectures, conferences,
Spanish	Club,	etc.),	often	held	in	conjunction	with	embassies	and	various	    PHI1102	     Moral	Reasoning	                                                   3
organizations in the national capital. You can also complete part of your     PHI1103	     Fundamental	Philosophical	Questions	                               3
studies	abroad	through	exchange	programs	at	universities	in	Spain	and	        PHI1104	     Great	Philosophers	                                                3
in	Spanish	America.

Undergraduate Studies                                                         Mandatory language courses
•	 Honours	BA	with	Specialization	in	Spanish                                  ESP1001	     Cours	élémentaire	intensif	d’espagnol	/	
•	 Major	in	Spanish                                                                        Intensive	Elementary	Spanish	                                      6
•	 Minor	in	Spanish
                                                                                OR
Graduate Studies                                                              ESP1991	     Cours	élémentaire	d’espagnol	I	/	Elementary	Spanish	I	             3
•	 Master	of	Arts	in	Spanish	(MA)                                             ESP1992	     Cours	élémentaire	d’espagnol	II	/	Elementary	Spanish	II	           3
•	 Doctorate	in	Spanish	(PhD)
                                                                              ESP2001	     Cours	intermédiaire	intensif	d’espagnol	/	
Language of Instruction                                                                    Intensive	Intermediate	Spanish	                                    6
The	language	courses	are	taught	in	Spanish.	Other	courses	are	offered	in	       OR
either English or French.                                                     ESP2991	     Cours	intermédiaire	d’espagnol	I	/	Intermediate	Spanish	I	         3
                                                                              ESP2992	     Cours	intermédiaire	d’espagnol	II	/	Intermediate	Spanish	II	       3
Specific Admission Requirements
The	Spanish	Language	Program	has	6	different	levels.	Students	who	
have	taken	Spanish	in	High	School	or	have	a	higher	level	than	Basic	          ESP3991	     Cours	avancé	d’espagnol	I	/	Advanced	Spanish	I	                    3
Spanish	must	write	the	Online	Placement	Test in order to determine their      ESP3992	     Cours	avancé	d’espagnol	II	/	Advanced	Spanish	II	                  3
level.	If	your	level	is	Intermediate	you	are	welcome	to	take	other	courses	   Students	whose	linguistic	level	is	superior	to	the	levels	indicated	above	
in	Spanish	(i.e.	Spanish	and	Latin	American	literature	and	culture,	film	     have	to	take	other	ESP	courses	in	consultation	with	the	Department.	The	
studies or linguistics). The Department will refuse admission to language     linguistic level will be determined by the Online	Placement	Test, available
courses to students whose knowledge of the language is above the              on	the	website	of	the	Department	of	Modern	Languages	
level of the course in question or, at any moment, will require students      and Literatures.
to withdraw from such a course if it becomes clear that they possess
such knowledge.                                                               Mandatory culture and literature courses
Career Opportunities                                                          ESP2911	     Culture	espagnole	contemporaine	/	
                                                                                           Contemporary	Spanish	Culture	                                      3
Mastering	a	foreign	language	is	an	important	asset	in	the	business	sector	
and the public service. Employment opportunities include a career in          ESP2912	     La	culture	hispano-américaine	/	Spanish	American	Culture	          3
diplomatic service, foreign affairs, tourism and teaching.                    ESP3934	     Lire	les	textes	hispaniques	:	la	fiction	et	l’essai	/	
                                                                                           Reading	Hispanic	Texts:	Fiction	and	the	Essay	                     3
Bachelor’s Program Structure                                                  ESP3935	     Lire	les	textes	hispaniques	:	le	théâtre	et	la	poésie	/	Reading	
                                                                                           Hispanic	Texts:	Theatre	and	the	Poetry	                            3
The Faculty of Arts programs have 120 credits, with the exception of the
General Bachelor of Arts which has 90. A bachelor’s degree is made up         ESP3943	     Introduction	à	la	linguistique	hispanique	/	
of basic skills, disciplinary and elective courses.                                        Introduction	to	Hispanic	Linguistics	                              3

See	the	table	on	page	7	for	the	possible	combinations	and	the	                12	optional	ESP	credits
distribution of credits.                                                      9	optional	ESP	credits	at	the	3000	or	4000	level
                                                                              6	optional	ESP	credits	at	the	4000	level

                                                                              48	elective	credits
                                                                                 OR
                                                                              A	minor	of	30	credits	plus	18	elective	credits	


                                                                              Students	can	complete	part	of	their	studies	abroad	through	exchange	
                                                                              programs	at	universities	in	Spain	or	in	Spanish	America.	




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Major in Spanish                                                    42 credits    Minor in Spanish                                                     30 credits

ESP1001	     Cours	élémentaire	intensif	d’espagnol	/	                             ESP1001	     Cours	élémentaire	intensif	d’espagnol	/	
             Intensive	Elementary	Spanish	                                   6                 Intensive	Elementary	Spanish	                                       6
  OR                                                                                OR
ESP1991	     Cours	élémentaire	d’espagnol	I	/	Elementary	Spanish	I	          3    ESP1991	     Cours	élémentaire	d’espagnol	I	/	Elementary	Spanish	I	              3
ESP1992	     Cours	élémentaire	d’espagnol	II	/	Elementary	Spanish	II	        3    ESP1992	     Cours	élémentaire	d’espagnol	II	/	Elementary	Spanish	II	            3

ESP2001	     Cours	intermédiaire	intensif	d’espagnol	/	                           ESP2001	     Cours	intermédiaire	intensif	d’espagnol	/	
             Intensive	Intermediate	Spanish	                                 6                 Intensive	Intermediate	Spanish	                                     6
  OR                                                                                OR
ESP2991	     Cours	intermédiaire	d’espagnol	I	/	Intermediate	Spanish	I	      3    ESP2991	     Cours	intermédiaire	d’espagnol	I	/	Intermediate	Spanish	I	          3
ESP2992	     Cours	intermédiaire	d’espagnol	II	/	Intermediate	Spanish	II	    3    ESP2992	     Cours	intermédiaire	d’espagnol	II	/	Intermediate	Spanish	II	        3

ESP3991	     Cours	avancé	d’espagnol	I	/	Advanced	Spanish	I	                 3    ESP3991	     Cours	avancé	d’espagnol	I	/	Advanced	Spanish	I	                     3
ESP3992	     Cours	avancé	d’espagnol	II	/	Advanced	Spanish	II	               3    ESP3992	     Cours	avancé	d’espagnol	II	/	Advanced	Spanish	II	                   3

                                                                                  12	optional	ESP	credits	of	which	at	least	6	credits	must	be	taught	in	Spanish
Students	whose	linguistic	level	is	superior	to	the	levels	indicated	above	
have	to	take	other	ESP	courses	in	consultation	with	the	Department.	The	          Students	whose	linguistic	level	is	superior	to	the	levels	indicated	above	
linguistic level will be determined by the Online	Placement	Test, available       have	to	take	other	ESP	courses	in	consultation	with	the	Department.	The	
on	the	website	of	the	Department	of	Modern	Languages	                             linguistic level will be determined by the Online	Placement	Test, available
and Literatures.                                                                  on	the	website	of	the	Department	of	Modern	Languages	
                                                                                  and Literatures.
ESP2911	     Culture	espagnole	contemporaine	/	
             Contemporary	Spanish	Culture	                                   3    Students	can	complete	part	of	their	studies	abroad	through	exchange	
                                                                                  programs	at	universities	in	Spain	or	in	Spanish	America.
ESP2912	     La	culture	hispano-américaine	/	Spanish	American	Culture	       3	

6	optional	ESP	credits
6	optional	ESP	credits	at	the	3000	or	4000	level
6	optional	ESP	credits	at	the	4000	level
Students	can	complete	part	of	their	studies	abroad	through	exchange	
programs	at	universities	in	Spain	or	in	Spanish	America.	




                                                   Course descriptions and the recommended course of
                                                   studies are available on the Faculty of Arts website —
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T E C H N I Q U E S D E R É D AC T I O N
In	an	undergraduate	program,	a	good	command	of	French	will	boost	
your marks. On completion of your studies, nearly every position offered
to you will include a writing component. And, since you will not likely
have secretarial services to rely on and since even the best spell checking
software applications cannot spot every error, your employer will require
that you write well in French; indeed, language skills will often be the
factor that allows you to stand out from the other candidates.
The minor in techniques	de	rédaction offered by the Département	
de	français includes a full range of courses in French grammar and
composition.	If	you	want	to	hone	your	written	communication	skills	
in French, not only to improve your academic performance but also
to maximize your professional potential, this minor is for you; the only
condition is that your undergraduate degree allows you to add a minor.

Undergraduate Studies
•	 Mineure	en	techniques	de	rédaction

Language of Instruction
The language of instruction is French. All assignments and examinations
must be presented or written in French.

Career Opportunities
Examples of disciplines in which knowledge of how language works
is particularly important include teaching, communication, translation
and interpretation, theatre, management, psychology, sociology and
political science.

Bachelor’s Program Structure
The Faculty of Arts programs have 120 credits, with the exception of the
General Bachelor of Arts which has 90. A bachelor’s degree is made up
of basic skills, disciplinary and elective courses.
See	the	table	on	page	7	for	the	possible	combinations	and	the	
distribution of credits.


Mineure en techniques de rédaction                             30 crédits
Programme complémentaire offert uniquement comme deuxième
discipline. Il n’y a pas d’admission directe.
FRA2520	     Grammaire	pratique	                                           3	
FRA2548	     Écrits	narratifs	et	descriptifs	                              3	
FRA2549	     Contraction	et	synthèse	de	textes	                            3	
FRA2789	     Grammaire	et	expression	                                      3
FRA2799	     Grammaire	et	style	                                           3	
FRA3548	     Écriture	et	information	                                      3	
FRA3568	     Communication	écrite	                                         3	
FRA3748	     Écriture	et	persuasion	                                       3	

6	crédits	FRA	au	choix




                                                                                Course descriptions and the recommended course of
                                                                                studies are available on the Faculty of Arts website —
                                                                                www.arts.uOttawa.ca




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 T H E AT R E
 Welcome	to	centre	stage!	From	theory	to	practice,	from	performance	to	          THE1100	     Introduction	to	the	Practice	of	Theatre	                             3
 reception, the Department of Theatre explores all aspects of theatrical         THE1300	     Methodology	of	Theatrical	Studies	                                   3
 events and prepares you for a life of intellectual stimulation and creative     THE2100	     The	Theatrical	Event	                                                3
 expression.	We	teach	theory,	dramaturgy,	theatre	history,	production	
                                                                                 THE2111	     Acting	I	                                                            3
 techniques,	directing,	acting	and	design.	When	it	comes	to	practice,	
                                                                                 THE2123	     Principles	of	Play	Analysis	                                         3
 opportunities	abound.	The	Department	boasts	two	major	theatre	
 companies and three student companies.                                          THE2145	     Theatre	History	I:	From	Ritual	to	Profession	                        3
                                                                                 THE2147	     Theatre	History	II:	From	Classicism	to	the	Dawn	of	Romanticism	      3
 These	programs	can	be	combined	with	a	major	or	a	minor	in	
                                                                                 THE2150	     Technical	Theatre	I	                                                 3
 Arts Administration.
                                                                                 THE3121	     Theatre	Production	                                                  3
 Undergraduate Studies                                                           THE3152	     Technical	Theatre	II	                                                3
 •	 Honours	BA	with	Specialization	in	Theatre                                    THE3345	     Modern	Theatre:	From	Enlightenment	to	World	War	I	                   3
 •	 Major	in	Theatre                                                             THE3347	     Theatre	in	English	Canada	                                           3
 •	 Minor	in	Theatre                                                             THE4123	     Practice	of	Dramaturgy	                                              3
                                                                                 THE4142	     Theory	of	the	Theatrical	Event	                                      3
 Graduate Studies
                                                                                 THE4143	     Contemporary	Theatre:	From	World	War	I	to	Today	                     3
 •	 Master	of	Fine	Arts	in	Theatre	(MFA)	(Directing)
 •	 Master	of	Arts	in	Theatre	(MA)	(Theatre	Theory	and	Dramaturgy)               3 credits from:
                                                                                 THE2112	     Acting	II	                                                           3
 Language of Instruction
                                                                                 THE2124	     Speech	                                                              3
 Programs	are	offered	in	English	or	in	French.	Certain	courses	required	for	
 the honours with specialization program are bilingual.                          3 credits from:
                                                                                 THE3901	 Mouvement	/	Movement	                                                    3
 Specific Admission Requirements                                                 THE3910	     Voix	/	Voice	                                                        3
 Because of the nature of certain studio courses (direction, acting, etc.), an
 audition, interview or other assessment may be required.                        3 credits from:
                                                                                 THE4911	     Son	et	éclairage	:	techniques	et	conception	/	
 Career Opportunities                                                                         Sound	and	Lighting:	Technology	and	Design	                           3
 These programs lead to careers such as theatre or drama professor,              THE4915	     Scénographie	/	Scenography	                                          3
 artistic director, theatre administrator, stage manager, actor and director.
                                                                                 6 credits from:1
 Bachelor’s Program Structure                                                    THE3111	     Principles	of	Play	Direction	                                        3
 The Faculty of Arts programs have 120 credits, with the exception of the        THE3125	     The	Modern	Traditions	of	Acting	in	English-Language	Theatre	         3
 General Bachelor of Arts which has 90. A bachelor’s degree is made up           THE3126	     The	Classical	Traditions	of	Acting	in	English-Language	Theatre	      3
 of basic skills, disciplinary and elective courses.                             THE3527	     Le	jeu	théâtral	moderne	de	langue	française	                         3
 See	the	table	on	page	7	for	the	possible	combinations	and	the	                  THE3528	 La	tradition	classique	du	jeu	théâtral	de	langue	française	              3
 distribution of credits.                                                        THE3746	     Le	théâtre	au	Canada	français	                                       3
                                                                                 THE4111	     Practice	of	Stage	Direction	                                         3
                                                                                 THE4918	     La	mise	en	scène	:	thèmes	choisis	/	
 Honours BA with Specialization                                                               Special	Topics	in	Play	Direction	                                    3
 in Theatre                                                      120 credits
                                                                                 48	elective	credits
 French immersion is available.                                                     OR
                                                                                 A	minor	of	30	credits	plus	18	elective	credits	
 ENG1100	    Workshop	in	Essay	Writing	                                     3
 PHI1101	    Reasoning	and	Critical	Thinking	                               3
                                                                                 Note(s)
 3 credits from:                                                                 	 A	maximum	of	6	credits	in	a	related	discipline	may	be	chosen	in	consultation	
                                                                                 1


 ENG1120	     Literature	and	Composition	I:	Prose	Fiction	                  3      with the Department.
 ENG1121	     Literature	and	Composition	II:	Drama	and	Poetry	              3
                                                                                 Major in Theatre                                                    42 credits
 3 credits from:
 PHI1102	     Moral	Reasoning	                                              3    French immersion is available when taking this program as part of an
 PHI1103	     Fundamental	Philosophical	Questions	                          3    honours degree.
 PHI1104	     Great	Philosophers	                                           3    THE1100	     Introduction	to	the	Practice	of	Theatre	                             3
                                                                                 THE1300	     Methodology	of	Theatrical	Studies	                                   3
                                                                                 THE2123	     Principles	of	Play	Analysis	                                         3
                                                                                 THE2145	     Theatre	History	I:	From	Ritual	to	Profession	                        3
                                                                                 THE2147	     Theatre	History	II:	From	Classicism	to	the	Dawn	of	Romanticism	      3
                                                                                 THE3345	     Modern	Theatre:	From	Enlightenment	to	World	War	I	                   3




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24 credits in one of the following profiles:                                    Minor in Theatre                                                   30 credits
EDUCATION PROFILE                                                               THE1100	     Introduction	to	the	Practice	of	Theatre	                          3
THE2111	     Acting	I	                                                     3    THE1300	     Methodology	of	Theatrical	Studies	                                3
THE2150	     Technical	Theatre	I	                                          3    THE2100	     The	Theatrical	Event	                                             3
THE3111	     Principles	of	Play	Direction	                                 3    THE2111	     Acting	I	                                                         3
THE3121	     Theatre	Production	                                           3    THE2123	     Principles	of	Play	Analysis	                                      3
THE3152	     Technical	Theatre	II	                                         3    THE2150	     Technical	Theatre	I	                                              3
THE3347	     Theatre	in	English	Canada	                                    3    THE3347	     Theatre	in	English	Canada	                                        3

6	optional	THE	credits	at	the	4000	level                                        3	optional	THE	credits
                                                                                3	THE	credits	at	the	3000	or	4000	level
THEORY PROFILE                                                                  3 credits from:
THE2100	     The	Theatrical	Event	                                         3
                                                                                THE2145	     Theatre	History	I:	From	Ritual	to	Profession	                     3
THE3347	     Theatre	in	English	Canada	                                    3
                                                                                THE2147	     Theatre	History	II:	From	Classicism	to	the	Dawn	of	Romanticism	   3
THE4123	     Practice	of	Dramaturgy	                                       3
                                                                                THE3345	 Modern	Theatre:	From	Enlightenment	to	World	War	I	                    3
THE4142	     Theory	of	the	Theatrical	Event	                               3
                                                                                THE4143	     Contemporary	Theatre:	From	World	War	I	to	Today	                  3
THE4143	     Contemporary	Theatre:	From	World	War	I	to	Today	              3

6	optional	THE	credits
3	optional	THE	credits	at	the	3000	or	4000	level




                                                   Course descriptions and the recommended course of
                                                   studies are available on the Faculty of Arts website —
                                                   www.arts.uOttawa.ca
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 T R A N S L AT I O N
 Did you know that millions of words are translated in Ottawa every              TRA2110	     General	Translation	from	French	into	English	(L1)	I	                 3
 week? That’s why the region’s many employers are eager to host                  TRA2112	     General	Translation	from	French	into	English	(L1)	II	                3
 our	trainees	and	hire	our	graduates.	The	School	of	Translation	and	             TRA2313	     Problems	in	English	(L1)	for	Translators	I	                          3
 Interpretation	and	its	teaching	staff	are	internationally	recognized	
                                                                                 TRA2314	     Problems	in	English	(L1)	for	Translators	II	                         3
 for excellence in both training and research. The curriculum includes
                                                                                 TRA2722	     Traduction	générale	de	l’anglais	vers	le	français	(L2)	I	            3
 practical and theoretical seminars and courses in writing, editing,
 terminology and computer-assisted translation, thus providing you               TRA2788	     Problèmes	de	français	(L2)	dans	l’optique	de	la	traduction	I	        3
 with comprehensive professional training in general, specialized                TRA2789	     Problèmes	de	français	(L2)	dans	l’optique	de	la	traduction	II	       3
 and	technical	translation.	With	a	degree	from	the	School,	you	readily	          TRA2988	     Documentation	et	lexicologie	/	Documentation	and	Lexicology	         3
 qualify for many well-paid positions, because demand in the language            TRA3112	     Specialized	Translation	from	French	into	English	(L1)	I	             3
 industry is high.                                                               TRA3114	     General	Translation	from	French	into	English	(L1)	III	               3
                                                                                 TRA3133	     Technical	Translation	from	French	into	English	(L1)	I	               3
 Undergraduate Studies
 •	 Honours	BA	with	Specialization	in	French-English	Translation                 TRA3155	     Introduction	to	Terminology	and	Terminotics	                         3
 •	 Honours	BA	with	Specialization	in	French-Spanish-English	Translation         TRA3190	     Comparative	Stylistics	                                              3
 •	 Honours	BA	with	Specialization	in	French-English	Translation	                TRA3313	     Writing	Techniques	for	Translators	and	Professional	Writers	I	       3
    (2 years)                                                                    TRA3956	     Traductique	/	Translation	Technologies	                              3
 •	 Honours	BA	with	Specialization	in	French-Spanish-English	Translation	        TRA4110	     Specialized	Translation	from	French	into	English	(L1)	II	            3
    (2 years)
 •	 Minor	in	Translation	into	English
                                                                                 TRA4112	     In-House	Practicum1	                                                 3
 •	 Mineure	en	traduction	vers	le	français
                                                                                   OR
 Graduate Studies                                                                TRA4136	     External	Practicum1	                                                 3
 •	   Master	of	Arts	in	Translation	Studies	(MA)
 •	   Master	of	Conference	Interpreting	(MCI)                                    TRA4133	     Technical	Translation	from	French	into	English	(L1)	II	              3
 •	   Maîtrise	en	traduction	juridique	(M.T.J.)                                  TRA4313	     Writing	Techniques	for	Translators	and	Professional	Writers	II	      3
 •	   Doctorate	in	Translation	Studies	(PhD)                                     TRA4975	     Introduction	à	la	théorie	de	la	traduction	/	Introduction	to	the	
                                                                                              Theory	of	Translation	                                               3
 Specific Admission Requirements
 An admission exam is required for all undergraduate programs.                   48	elective	credits
 The purpose is to test grammar knowledge and the ability to write in               OR
 both languages. To prepare, students should read extensively in both            A	minor	of	30	credits	plus	18	elective	credits	
 languages, review rules of grammar and consult reference works on
 language	and	usage.	The	exams	take	place	in	February,	March	and	June.
                                                                                 Note(s)
 Career Opportunities                                                            	 Course	to	be	replaced	by	3	elective	credits	for	co-op	students.
                                                                                 1


 These programs lead to careers such as translator, editor, terminologist,
 language advisor and bilingual writer.                                          Honours BA with Specialization in
                                                                                 French-Spanish-English Translation                                  120 credits
 Bachelor’s Program Structure
                                                                                 Co-operative education is available.
 The Faculty of Arts programs have 120 credits, with the exception of the
 General Bachelor of Arts which has 90. A bachelor’s degree is made up           ENG1100	     Workshop	in	Essay	Writing	                                           3
 of basic skills, disciplinary and elective courses.                             PHI1101	     Reasoning	and	Critical	Thinking	                                     3
 See	the	table	on	page	7	for	the	possible	combinations	and	the	                  3 credits from:
 distribution of credits.
                                                                                 ENG1120	     Literature	and	Composition	I:	Prose	Fiction	                         3
                                                                                 ENG1121	     Literature	and	Composition	II:	Drama	and	Poetry	                     3
 Honours BA with Specialization                                                  3 credits from:
 in French-English Translation                                   120 credits     PHI1102	     Moral	Reasoning	                                                     3
                                                                                 PHI1103	     Fundamental	Philosophical	Questions	                                 3
 Co-operative education is available.
                                                                                 PHI1104	     Great	Philosophers	                                                  3
 ENG1100	     Workshop	in	Essay	Writing	                                     3
 PHI1101	     Reasoning	and	Critical	Thinking	                               3   TRA2110	     General	Translation	from	French	into	English	(L1)	I	                 3
 3 credits from:                                                                 TRA2112	     General	Translation	from	French	into	English	(L1)	II	                3
 ENG1120	     Literature	and	Composition	I:	Prose	Fiction	                   3   TRA2313	     Problems	in	English	(L1)	for	Translators	I	                          3
 ENG1121	     Literature	and	Composition	II:	Drama	and	Poetry	               3   TRA2314	     Problems	in	English	(L1)	for	Translators	II	                         3
                                                                                 TRA2722	     Traduction	générale	de	l’anglais	vers	le	français	(L2)	I	            3
 3 credits from:
                                                                                 TRA2788	     Problèmes	de	français	(L2)	dans	l’optique	de	la	traduction	I	        3
 PHI1102	     Moral	Reasoning	                                               3
                                                                                 TRA2988	     Documentation	et	lexicologie	/	Documentation	and	Lexicology	         3
 PHI1103	     Fundamental	Philosophical	Questions	                           3
                                                                                 TRA2789	     Problèmes	de	français	(L2)	dans	l’optique	de	la	traduction	II	       3
 PHI1104	     Great	Philosophers	                                            3
                                                                                 TRA3112	     Specialized	Translation	from	French	into	English	(L1)	I	             3




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TRA3114	     General	Translation	from	French	into	English	(L1)	III	              3   List of Optional Courses
TRA3133	     Technical	Translation	from	French	into	English	(L1)	I	              3
                                                                                     LIN1340	     Language	in	Society	                                                3
TRA3155	     Introduction	to	Terminology	and	Terminotics	                        3
                                                                                     LIN2760	     Bilinguisme	                                                        3
TRA3190	     Comparative	Stylistics	                                             3
                                                                                     TRA2313	     Problems	in	English	(L1)	for	Translators	I	                         3
TRA3956	     Traductique	/	Translation	Technologies	                             3
                                                                                     TRA2314	     Problems	in	English	(L1)	for	Translators	II	                        3
TRA3313	     Writing	Techniques	for	Translators	and	Professional	Writers	I	      3
                                                                                     TRA2788	     Problèmes	de	français	(L2)	dans	l’optique	de	la	traduction	I	       3
TRA4101	     General	Translation	from	Spanish	into	English	I	                    3
                                                                                     TRA2789	     Problèmes	de	français	(L2)	dans	l’optique	de	la	traduction	II	      3
TRA4102	     Translation	from	English	into	Spanish	                              3
                                                                                     TRA2988	     Documentation	et	lexicologie	/	Documentation	and	Lexicology	        3
TRA4103	     General	Translation	from	Spanish	into	English	II	                   3
                                                                                     TRA3711	     Traduction	générale	de	l’anglais	vers	le	français	(L2)	II	          3
TRA4104	     Specialized	Translation	from	Spanish	into	English	                  3
                                                                                     TRA4101	     General	Translation	from	Spanish	into	English	I	                    3
TRA4110	     Specialized	Translation	from	French	into	English	(L1)	II	           3
                                                                                     TRA4102	     Translation	from	English	into	Spanish	                              3
                                                                                     TRA4315	     Technical	Writing	and	Post-Editing	                                 3
TRA4112	     In-House	Practicum1	                                                3   TRA4501	     Traduction	générale	de	l’espagnol	vers	le	français	I	               3
  OR                                                                                 TRA4502	     Traduction	du	français	vers	l’espagnol	                             3
TRA4136	     External	Practicum1	                                                3   TRA4734	     Traduction	spécialisée	de	l’anglais	vers	le	français	(L2)	          3
                                                                                     TRA4930	     Production	de	documents	bilingues	/	
TRA4133	     Technical	Translation	from	French	into	English	(L1)	II	             3                Bilingual	Document	Preparation	                                     3	
TRA4313	     Writing	Techniques	for	Translators	and	Professional	Writers	II	     3   TRA4931	     Traduction	et	littérature	/	Translation	and	Literature	             3
TRA4975	     Introduction	à	la	théorie	de	la	traduction	/	Introduction	to	the	       TRA4932	     Initiation	au	sous-titrage	/	Introduction	to	Subtitling	            3
             Theory	of	Translation	                                              3   TRA4936	     Formation	professionnelle	spécialisée	/	
ESP4991	     La	culture	hispano-américaine	/	Spanish	American	Culture	           3                Specialized	Professional	Training	                                  3
                                                                                     TRA4937	     Aspects	professionnels	de	la	traduction	/	
33	elective	credits                                                                               Professional	Aspects	of	Translation	                                3
   OR                                                                                TRA4950	     Thèmes	choisis	/	Special	Topics	                                    3
A	minor	of	30	credits	plus	3	elective	credits	                                       TRA4957	     Traduction	appliquée	/	Applied	Translation	Technologies	            3
                                                                                     TRA4966	     Initiation	à	l’interprétation	/	Introduction	to	Interpreting	       3
Note(s)
	 Course	to	be	replaced	by	3	elective	credits	for	co-op	students.	
1
                                                                                     Honours BA with Specialization in French-
In	order	to	register	for	this	option,	students	must	have	completed	the	first	two	    Spanish-English Translation (2 years)     60 credits
years	of	the	Honours	Bachelor	with	Specialization	in	Translation	and	have	passed	
ESP3992	or	the	equivalent.                                                           Program intended for students who already hold a university degree.
                                                                                     TRA2110	     General	Translation	from	French	into	English	(L1)	I	                3
Honours BA with Specialization in                                                    TRA2112	     General	Translation	from	French	into	English	(L1)	II	               3
French-English Translation (2 years)                                  60 credits     TRA2722	     Traduction	générale	de	l’anglais	vers	le	français	(L2)	I	           3
                                                                                     TRA3112	     Specialized	Translation	from	French	into	English	(L1)	I	            3
Program intended for students who already hold a university degree.
                                                                                     TRA3114	     General	Translation	from	French	into	English	(L1)	III	              3
TRA2110	     General	Translation	from	French	into	English	(L1)	I	                3   TRA3133	     Technical	Translation	from	French	into	English	(L1)	I	              3
TRA2112	     General	Translation	from	French	into	English	(L1)	II	               3   TRA3155	     Introduction	to	Terminology	and	Terminotics	                        3
TRA2722	     Traduction	générale	de	l’anglais	vers	le	français	(L2)	I	           3   TRA3190	     Comparative	Stylistics	                                             3	
TRA3112	     Specialized	Translation	from	French	into	English	(L1)	I	            3   TRA3313	     Writing	Techniques	for	Translators	and	Professional	Writers	I	      3
TRA3114	     General	Translation	from	French	into	English	(L1)	III	              3   TRA3956	     Traductique	/	Translation	Technologies	                             3
TRA3133	     Technical	Translation	from	French	into	English	(L1)	I	              3   TRA4101	     General	Translation	from	Spanish	into	English	I	                    3
TRA3155	     Introduction	to	Terminology	and	Terminotics	                        3   TRA4102	     Translation	from	English	into	Spanish	                              3
TRA3190	     Comparative	Stylistics	                                             3   TRA4103	     General	Translation	from	Spanish	into	English	II	                   3
TRA3313	     Writing	Techniques	for	Translators	and	Professional	Writers	I	      3   TRA4104	     Specialized	Translation	from	Spanish	into	English	                  3
TRA3956	     Traductique	/	Translation	Technologies	                             3   TRA4110	     Specialized	Translation	from	French	into	English	(L1)	II	           3
TRA4110	     Specialized	Translation	from	French	into	English	(L1)	II	           3
                                                                                     TRA4112	     In-House	Practicum	                                                 3
TRA4112	     In-House	Practicum	                                                 3     OR
  OR                                                                                 TRA4136	     External	Practicum	                                                 3
TRA4136	     External	Practicum	                                                 3
                                                                                     TRA4133	     Technical	Translation	from	French	into	English	(L1)	II	             3
TRA4133	     Technical	Translation	from	French	into	English	(L1)	II	             3   TRA4313	     Writing	Techniques	for	Translators	and	Professional	Writers	II	     3
TRA4313	     Writing	Techniques	for	Translators	and	Professional	Writers	II	     3   TRA4975	     Introduction	à	la	théorie	de	la	traduction	/	Introduction	to	the	
TRA4975	     Introduction	à	la	théorie	de	la	traduction	/	Introduction	to	the	                    Theory	of	Translation	                                              3
             Theory	of	Translation	                                              3   ESP4991	     La	culture	hispano-américaine	/	Spanish	American	Culture	           3

15	optional	credits	from	the	list                                                    ESP3992	or	the	equivalent	is	a	prerequisite	for	admission	to	this	program.
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Minor in Translation into English                                    30 credits
Complementary program offered only as a second discipline.
No direct entry.
                                                                                   $1.7 million
TRA2110	     General	Translation	from	French	into	English	(L1)	I	              3   in scholarships for
TRA2112	     General	Translation	from	French	into	English	(L1)	II	             3   students in translation
TRA2313	     Problems	in	English	(L1)	for	Translators	I	                       3
TRA2314	     Problems	in	English	(L1)	for	Translators	II	                      3
TRA2988	     Documentation	et	lexicologie	/	Documentation	and	Lexicology	      3   The	School	of	Translation	and	
TRA3114	     General	Translation	from	French	into	English	(L1)	III	            3
TRA3155	     Introduction	to	Terminology	and	Terminotics	                      3   Interpretation	offers	generous	
9 optional TRA credits from the list below
                                                                                   scholarships to students
                                                                                   in its undergraduate and
List of Optional Courses
TRA3112	     Specialized	Translation	from	French	into	English	(L1)	I	          3
                                                                                   graduate programs.
TRA3133	
TRA3313	
             Technical	Translation	from	French	into	English	(L1)	I	
             Writing	Techniques	for	Translators	and	Professional	Writers	I	
                                                                               3
                                                                               3
                                                                                   Details at
TRA3956	     Traductique	/	Translation	Technologies	                           3   www.translation.uOttawa.ca
TRA4110	     Specialized	Translation	from	French	into	English	(L1)	II	         3
TRA4133	     Technical	Translation	from	French	into	English	(L1)	II	           3

Mineure en traduction vers le français                               30 crédits
Programme complémentaire offert uniquement comme deuxième
discipline. Il n’y a pas d’admission directe.
TRA2522	     Traduction	générale	de	l’anglais	vers	le	français	(L1)	I	         3
TRA2524	     Traduction	générale	de	l’anglais	vers	le	français	(L1)	II	        3
TRA2588	     Problèmes	de	français	(L1)	dans	l’optique	de	la	traduction	I	     3
TRA2589	     Problèmes	de	français	(L1)	dans	l’optique	de	la	traduction	II	    3
TRA2988	     Documentation	et	lexicologie	/	Documentation	and	Lexicology	      3
TRA3524	     Traduction	générale	de	l’anglais	vers	le	français	(L1)	III	       3
TRA3555	     Initiation	à	la	terminologie	et	à	la	terminotique	                3

9	crédits	optionnels	TRA	à	choisir	dans	la	liste	ci-dessous	

Liste des cours optionnels
TRA3533	     Traduction	technique	de	l’anglais	vers	le	français	(L1)	I	        3
TRA3534	     Traduction	spécialisée	de	l’anglais	vers	le	français	(L1)	I	      3
TRA3589	     Techniques	d’expression	écrite	dans	l’optique	de	la	traduction	
             et	de	la	rédaction	bilingue	                                      3
TRA3956	     Traductique	/	Translation	Technologies	                           3
TRA4533	     Traduction	technique	de	l’anglais	vers	le	français	(L1)	II	       3
TRA4534	     Traduction	spécialisée	de	l’anglais	vers	le	français	(L1)	II	     3




                                                  Course descriptions and the recommended course of
                                                  studies are available on the Faculty of Arts website —
                                                  www.arts.uOttawa.ca
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V I S UA L A R T S
Our programs take you on an exploration of the visual arts, with a             ART1311	     The	Painting	Field	                                                  3
special emphasis on contemporary creation. Both programs include               ART1321	     The	Autonomous	Object	                                               3
compulsory practical and theoretical courses that encourage both               ART1331	     The	Photograph	and	Visual	Culture	                                   3
creation	and	reflection.	The	Department	provides	photography	and	
                                                                               ART1341	     The	Image	in	Motion	                                                 3
media	art	labs	as	well	as	painting,	drawing	and	sculpture	studios.	In	the	
                                                                               ART2160	     Art	Histories	                                                       3
heart of Ottawa, you also have access to a wealth of artistic venues such
as	the	National	Gallery	and	the	Ottawa	Art	Gallery.	In	addition,	you	train	    ART2161	     Art	Theories	                                                        3
under the guidance of nationally and internationally recognized artists,       ART3170	     Modern	Art	and	the	Crisis	of	Representation	                         3
curators,	art	historians	and	theorists.	While	maintaining	its	focus	on	        ART3171	     Art,	Utopia	and	the	Avant-Garde	                                     3
traditional disciplines (drawing, painting, sculpture and photography),        ART3180	     Art	after	Modernism	                                                 3
the Department also helps you discover the use of new technologies             ART3181	     Artistic	Strategies	of	the	Postmodern	Era	                           3
in arts.
                                                                               ART4987	     Pratiques	professionnelles	en	art	/	Professional	Practices	in	Art	   3
The	programs	can	be	combined	with	a	Major	or	a	Minor	in	                       ART4988	     Atelier	dirigé	I	/	Directed	Studio	I	                                3
Arts Administration.                                                           ART4989	     Atelier	dirigé	II	/	Directed	Studio	II	                              3
The	Department	of	Visual	Arts	also	offers	a	Major	and	a	Minor	in	History	      3 credits from:
and Theory of Art.                                                             ART4919	     Peinture	:	pratique	et	idée	/	Painting:	Practice	and	Idea	           3
Undergraduate Studies                                                          ART4929	     Atelier	de	sculpture/médias	/	Sculpture/Media	Studio	                3
•	 Bachelor	of	Fine	Arts	(BFA)                                                 ART4936	     Atelier	de	photographie/médias	/	Photography/Media	Studio	           3
•	 Major	in	Visual	Arts
                                                                               24	optional	credits	in	ART-Studio	(P)	with	at	least	12	credits	in	a	principal	
Graduate Studies                                                                  discipline	chosen	from:	Painting/Drawing,	Sculpture,	Photography	or	Media
•	 Master	of	Fine	Arts	in	Visual	Arts	(MFA)                                    6	credits	from	History	and	Theory	of	Art	(H)

Language of Instruction                                                        36	elective	credits	
The courses are offered in English and in French. But studio courses              OR
at	the	2000,	3000	and	4000	levels	use	a	bilingual	format.                      A	minor	of	30	credits	plus	6	elective	credits1

Specific Admission Requirements                                                Note(s)
Admission	to	the	BFA	and	to	the	Major	in	Visual	Arts	takes	place	by	           	 This	program	cannot	be	combined	with	the	Major	in	Visual	Arts	nor	the	Major	
                                                                               1

competition. You must submit a written statement of interest, a                  or	the	Minor	in	History	and	Theory	of	Art.	
sketchbook and a digital portfolio which should include 10 to 20 recent
                                                                               This	program	leads	to	the	Master	of	Fine	Arts	program	(MFA).
works showing your skills.
The application deadline is February 1st.                                      List of Optional Courses
Career Opportunities                                                           ART2913	     Peinture	et	image	I	:	matérialité	et	méthode	/	
                                                                                            Painting	and	Image	I:	Materiality	and	Process	                        3
These programs lead to careers such as professional artist, art critic,
art teacher, art administrator and curator.                                    ART2914	     Peinture	et	image	II	:	motif	et	métaphore	/	
                                                                                            Painting	and	Image	II:	Motif	and	Metaphor	                            3
                                                                               ART2915	     Peinture	et	contexte	I	:	observation	et	méthode	/	
Bachelor’s Program Structure                                                                Painting	and	Context	I:	Observation	and	Process	                      3
The Faculty of Arts programs have 120 credits, with the exception of the
                                                                               ART2916	     Peinture	et	contexte	II	:	espace	et	lieu	/	
General Bachelor of Arts which has 90. A bachelor’s degree is made up
                                                                                            Painting	and	Context	II:	Space	and	Site	                              3
of basic skills, disciplinary and elective courses.
                                                                               ART2923	     Sculpture	en	transformation	I	:	matérialité	et	méthode	/	
See	the	table	on	page	7	for	the	possible	combinations	and	the	                              Sculpture	in	Transformation	I:	Materiality	and	Process	               3
distribution of credits.                                                       ART2924	     Sculpture	en	transformation	II	:	in	situ	/	
                                                                                            Sculpture	in	Transformation	II:	In	Situ	                              3
Bachelor of Fine Arts (BFA)                                     120 credits    ART2925	     Sculpture	et	image	/	Sculpture	and	Image	                             3
                                                                               ART2926	     Sculpture	et	concept	/	Sculpture	and	Concept	                         3
ENG1100	    Workshop	in	Essay	Writing	                                     3   ART2932	     Atelier	de	photographie	I	/	Photography	Workshop	I	                   3
PHI1101	    Reasoning	and	Critical	Thinking	                               3   ART2933	     Le	corps	photographique	et	le	portrait	/	
                                                                                            The	Photographic	Body	and	the	Portrait	                               3
3 credits from:
                                                                               ART2934	     Photographie	en	noir	et	blanc	/	Black	and	White	Photography	          3
ENG1120	     Literature	and	Composition	I:	Prose	Fiction	                  3
                                                                               ART2940	     Pratiques	médias	I	:	techniques	de	l’observateur	/	
ENG1121	     Literature	and	Composition	II:	Drama	and	Poetry	              3
                                                                                            Practices	in	Media	I:	Techniques	of	the	Observer	                     3
3 credits from:                                                                ART2941	     Pratiques	médias	II	:	extensions	/	Practices	in	Media	II:	Extensions	 3
PHI1102	     Moral	Reasoning	                                              3   ART2942	     Recherche	en	médias	I	:	hybrides	/	Research	in	Media	I:	Hybrids	 3
PHI1103	     Fundamental	Philosophical	Questions	                          3   ART2943	     Recherche	en	médias	II	:	interactions	/	
PHI1104	     Great	Philosophers	                                           3                Research	in	Media	II:	Interactions	                                   3
                                                                               ART2951	     Dessin	I	:	matérialité	et	méthode	/	
                                                                                            Drawing	I:	Materiality	and	Process	                                   3




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ART2952	   Dessin	II	:	la	forme	humaine	/	Drawing	II:	The	Figure	              3   Major in Visual Arts                                                 42 credits
ART3916	   Peinture	et	source	I	:	questions	de	représentation	/	
           Painting	and	Source	I:	Issues	of	Representation	                    3   French immersion is available when taking this program as part of an
ART3917	   Peinture	et	source	II	:	structures	narratives	et	séries	/	              honours degree.
           Painting	and	Source	II:	Narrative	and	Series	                       3
                                                                                   ART1311	      The	Painting	Field	                                             3
ART3926	   Sculpture	en	contexte	I	:	pratiques	en	installation	/	
                                                                                   ART1321	      The	Autonomous	Object	                                          3
           Sculpture	in	Context	I:	Practices	in	Installation	                  3
                                                                                   ART1331	      The	Photograph	and	Visual	Culture	                              3
ART3927	   Sculpture	en	contexte	II	:	approches	à	la	performance	/	
                                                                                   ART1341	      The	Image	in	Motion	                                            3
           Sculpture	in	Context	II:	Practices	in	Performance	                  3
                                                                                   ART2160	      Art	Histories	                                                  3
ART3932	   Atelier	de	photographie	II	/	Photography	Workshop	II	               3
                                                                                   ART2161	      Art	Theories	                                                   3
ART3933	   Photographie	et	contexte	contemporain	/	
           Photography	and	Contemporary	Context	                               3   ART3170	      Modern	Art	and	the	Crisis	of	Representation	                    3
ART3934	   Techniques	et	critiques	en	photographie	/	                              ART3171	      Art,	Utopia	and	the	Avant-Garde	                                3
           Techniques	and	Critiques	in	Photography	                            3   ART3180	      Art	after	Modernism	                                            3
ART3944	   Méthodes	avancées	en	médias	/	Advanced	Practices	in	Media	          3   ART3181	      Artistic	Strategies	of	the	Postmodern	Era	                      3
ART3945	   Atelier/Séminaire	en	médias	:	projets	spéciaux	/	
           Media	Studio/Seminar:	Special	Projects	                             3   6	optional	credits	in	ART-Studio	(P)	at	the	2000	level1
ART3952	   Dessin	III	:	dessin	analytique	/	Drawing	III:	Analytical	Drawing	   3   6	optional	credits	in	ART-History	and	Theory	of	Art	(H)	at	the	4000	level2
ART3953	   Dessin	IV	:	expressivité	/	Drawing	IV:	Expressivity	                3
                                                                                   Note(s)
                                                                                   	 (P):	Practical	course	(studio).	
                                                                                   1


                                                                                   	 (H):	History	and	Theory	of	Art	course.	Other	courses	may	be	selected	in	
                                                                                   2

                                                                                     consultation with the Department.
                                                                                   This program cannot be combined with the Bachelor of Fine Arts (BFA) nor
                                                                                   the	Major	or	the	Minor	in	History	and	Theory	of	Art.
                                                                                   This	program	leads	to	the	Master	of	Fine	Arts	program	(MFA).




                                               Course descriptions and the recommended course of
                                               studies are available on the Faculty of Arts website —
                                               www.arts.uOttawa.ca
     BiLiNGUALisM,
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       A GREAT ADvANTAGE
        Is english your first language? Would you like to perfect your french?
        You have two choices: you can either do your studies completely in English or
        take advantage of life in Ottawa and at the University of Ottawa to continue
        improving your French. Not only is the bilingual environment here at the
        University of Ottawa just right for doing so, but also there is no shortage
        of ways for you to get your French up to speed.

        The Faculty of Art’s Official Languages and Bilingualism Institute (OLBI) offers
        you a variety of possibilities: courses, self-learning, second language monitors.
        Visit their website for all the options available to you: www.olbi.uOttawa.ca.

        french as a second language courses
        Choose from among a variety of French as a second language (FSL) courses that
        will help you improve your writing, grammar and pronunciation skills.

        Immersion courses in french
        Register in a university disciplinary course in French (for example, in history or
        philosophy) with a language-learning support component that will help you
        better understand the course material. Take one immersion course…get credit
        for two courses!

        second language certification
        Get official recognition for your knowledge of both official languages—
        an important advantage in today’s job market! Once you have completed the
        certification course, designed especially for you to evaluate and improve your
        second language proficiency using diagnostic exercises and a series of formal
        tests, you will receive an official certificate stating your level of proficiency in
        your second official language.

        Disciplinary courses taught in french
        Do you like challenges? Dare to take some of your courses in French! The
        University of Ottawa’s policy on bilingualism allows you to complete your
        assignments in French or English, regardless of the language of instruction
        in the class.

        french is not your first language?
        You took french immersion in high school?
        Unique to the University of Ottawa, the French immersion stream was created
        for students like you who wish to improve their French-language skills while
        studying in the program of their choice. This stream allows you to do part of
        your university studies in French and is offered in 17 Arts disciplines.
  IRENA R. MAKARYK           PETER BEYER                         SHERI ZHANG                                MICHEL BOCK
       English             Religious Studies                     Asian Studies                                 History




                                                         OUR pROfEssORs
 J. DOUGLAS CLAYTON
                                                         AT A GLANcE
       Russian




  REBECCA MARGOLIS           CLARA FOZ
Jewish Canadian Studies      Translation




                          STéPHANE LEMELIN                                      MAWY BOUCHARD
                               Music                                      Medieval and Renaissance Studies




  JITSE H.F. DIJKSTRA      SHANA POPLACK                       PIERRE BéLANGER                                JINNY YU
    Classical Studies        Linguistics                        Communication                                 Visual Arts



                                       The Faculty of Arts would like            art direction: Chantal Clément
                                                                                 Graphic design: emily Chen Design & Illustration
                                       to thank everyone who helped
                                       produce this brochure.
The Faculty of Arts:
        •	 199	programs,	including	104	in	French	and	95	in	English
        •	 43	disciplines	
        •	 6,624	students	at	the	bachelor’s	level
        •	 826	students	at	the	graduate	level
        •	 271	full-time	professors




Faculty of Arts
Simard Hall, 60 University Street
Ottawa ON Canada K1N 6N5
Tel.: 613-562-5134 or 1-877-UOTTAWA (868-8292), Ext. 5134
Fax: 613-562-5973
arts@uOttawa.ca

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