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                                                    2009-2010
                                                   REVISED
                                               CANADIAN STUDIES
                                                  PROGRAMS
                                                 AND COURSES

                                            Note: this program applies to all
                                              students registered in a CANS
                                            program after September 1st 2009.
                                            Students who have registered in a
                                             CANS program prior to this date,
                                            may chose to complete their CANS
                                            program according to the retired or
                                                 revised CANS program
                                                      requirements.




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                      CANADIAN STUDIES PROGRAM 2009-2010
Canadian Studies will be of value to any student considering a career in education, law, business, government, social service, human
resources, journalism and the media, and graduate work in the social sciences and humanities.

The Canadian Studies Major and Minor Concentrations seek to provide students with a comprehensive multidisciplinary view of the nature
and growth of Canada. Students completing a Major Concentration in Canadian Studies are encouraged to complete a second Major
Concentration in a discipline such as Anthropology, Economics, English Literature, History, Political Science or Sociology as a
complement to their Canadian Studies requirements. The Minor Concentration may be taken in conjunction with any primary program in
Arts or Science.

Students interested in pursuing Canadian Studies at the graduate level should consider the Joint Honours Concentration, which includes
the Canadian Studies Component or the Honours Concentration.

All course substitutions must be endorsed by the Canadian Studies Program Director at the start of each term. Failure to obtain
such approvals will jeopardize graduation.
                                  Minor Concentration in Canadian Studies (18 credits)

Required Course:            CANS 200 (3) Introduction to the Study of Canada.
(3 credits)
Complementary Courses: 6 credits chosen from :
(15 credits)
                                   ANTH 222      (3)   Legal Anthropology
                                   ECON 219      (3)   Current Economic Problems: Topics
                                   ENGL 228      (3)   Canadian Literature 1
                                   ENGL 229      (3)   Canadian Literature 2
                                   FREN 252      (3)   Littérature québécoise
                                   HIST 202      (3)   Survey: Canada to 1867
                                   HIST 203      (3)   Survey: Canada since 1867
                                   POLI 221      (3)   Government of Canada
                                   POLI 222      (3)   Political Process and Behaviour in Canada
                                   SOCI 230      (3)   Sociology of Ethnic Relations
                            6 credits interdisciplinary Canadian Studies (CANS) courses
                            3 credits chosen from the complementary course list at the 300-level or higher. The courses
                            chosen must have relevance to the program.
                NOTE: Students may not choose more than 3 credits in disciplines of their other major or minor concentrations.

                                  Major Concentration in Canadian Studies (36 credits)

Required Course:            CANS 200 (3) Introduction to the Study of Canada.
(6 credits)                CANS 501 (3) Interdisciplinarity and Canadian Studies
Complementary Courses: 12 credits chosen from :
(30 credits)
                                   ANTH 222      (3)   Legal Anthropology
                                   ECON 219      (3)   Current Economic Problems: Topics
                                   ENGL 228      (3)   Canadian Literature 1
                                   ENGL 229      (3)   Canadian Literature 2
                                   FREN 252      (3)   Littérature québécoise
                                   HIST 202      (3)   Survey: Canada to 1867
                                   HIST 203      (3)   Survey: Canada since 1867
                                   POLI 221      (3)   Government of Canada
                                   POLI 222      (3)   Political Process and Behaviour in Canada
                                   SOCI 230      (3)   Sociology of Ethnic Relations
                            6 - 12 credits in interdisciplinary Canadian Studies (CANS) courses.
                            6 - 12 credits chosen from the complementary course list, at least 6 of which must be at the 300-level
                            or higher. The courses chosen must all have relevance to the program.
                            3 credits must be taken in the French language (including language courses). A maximum of 3 credits
                            may be chosen from French as a Second Language.
             NOTE: Students may not choose more than 9 credits in disciplines of their other major or minor concentrations.
                                      Honours Progam in Canadian Studies (57 credits)
Application requirements: Minimum program GPA of 3.30 in all Canadian Studies courses and an overall GPA of 3.0. Required
                          documents: summary of thesis proposal, outline of program of study, and a completed application form.
Application deadlines:        December 15 and May 15. (Forms are available from the MISC - 3463 Peel Street)

Requirements:                  57 credits (see courses list below), including: Honours Thesis (approx. 10,000 words) completed in
                               the course of a single term or over the course of a full academic year (CANS 480/481). Minor
                               Concentration in another Arts program (18 credits).

Required courses:             CANS 200 (3) Introduction to the Study of Canada
(12 credits)                  CANS 480 (3) Honours Thesis 1
                              CANS 481 (3) Honours Thesis 2
                              CANS 501 (3) Interdisciplinarity and Canadian Studies
Complementary courses:         12 credits chosen from:
(45 credits)
                                    ANTH 222      (3)    Legal Anthropology
                                    ECON 219      (3)    Current Economic Problems: Topics
                                    ENGL 228      (3)    Canadian Literature 1
                                    ENGL 229      (3)    Canadian Literature 2
                                    FREN 252      (3)    Littérature québécoise
                                    HIST 202      (3)    Survey: Canada to 1867
                                    HIST 203      (3)    Survey: Canada since 1867
                                    POLI 221      (3)    Government of Canada
                                    POLI 222      (3)    Political Process and Behaviour in Canada
                                    SOCI 230      (3)    Sociology of Ethnic Relations
                              12 - 15 credits in interdisciplinary Canadian Studies (CANS) courses.
                              18 - 21 credits chosen from the complementary course list with a minimum of 6 credits at the 400-level
                              or higher.
                              3 credits must be taken in the French language (including language courses). A maximum of 3 credits may
                               be chosen from French as a Second Language.
                     NOTE: Students may not choose more than 9 credits in the discipline of their minor concentration.

                                Joint Honours - Canadian Studies Component (36 credits)
Application requirements: Students with a minimum program GPA of 3.30 in Canadian Studies courses and an overall GPA of
                          3.0. Required documents: summary of thesis proposal, outline of program of study and a completed
                          application form.
Application deadlines:         There are two application deadlines: September 15 and May 15
Requirements:                  36 credits (see courses list below), including the Joint Honours Thesis (approx. 10,000 words,
                               completed in the course of a single term or over the course of a full academic year. Students must maintain
                               a GPA of 3.30 in their program courses and a minimum CGPA of 3.00 in general.
Required courses:              CANS 200 (3) Introduction to the Study of Canada
(9 credits)                    CANS 492 (3) Joint Honours Thesis
                               CANS 501 (3) Interdisciplinarity and Canadian Studies
Complementary courses         12 credits chosen from:
(27 credits)
                                    ANTH 222      (3)    Legal Anthropology
                                    ECON 219      (3)    Current Economic Problems: Topics
                                    ENGL 228      (3)    Canadian Literature 1
                                    ENGL 229      (3)    Canadian Literature 2
                                    FREN 252      (3)    Littérature québécoise
                                    HIST 202      (3)    Survey: Canada to 1867
                                    HIST 203      (3)    Survey: Canada since 1867
                                    POLI 221      (3)    Government of Canada
                                    POLI 222      (3)    Political Process and Behaviour in Canada
                                    SOCI 230      (3)    Sociology of Ethnic Relations
                              6 - 9 credits in interdisciplinary Canadian Studies (CANS) courses.
                              6 - 9 credits chosen from the complementary course list with a minimum of 6 credits at the 400-level
                              3 credits must be taken in the French language (including language courses). A maximum of 3 credits may
                              be chosen from French as a Second Language.

               NOTE: Students may not choose more than 9 credits in disciplines of their other major or minor concentrations.
                                     CANS Complementary Course List

Anthropology                                                  FRSL 103     Near Beginner's French
ANTH 222      Legal Anthropology                              FRSL 105     Intensive Beginner's French
ANTH 305      Arctic Prehistory                               FRSL 206     Elementary French
ANTH 306       Native Peoples’ History in Canada              FRSL 207     Elementary French
ANTH 317       Prehistory of North America                    FRSL 207D1   Elementary French
ANTH 333       Class and Ethnicity                            FRSL 207D2   Elementary French
ANTH 336       Ethnohistory: North Eastern North America      FRSL 208     Intensive Elementary French
ANTH 338       Native Peoples of North America                FRSL 211     Oral and Written French 1
ANTH 436       North American Native Peoples                  FRSL 211D1   Oral and Written French 1
                                                              FRSL 211D2   Oral and Written French 1
Art History                                                   FRSL 212     Oral and Written French 1
ARTH 300       Canadian Art to 1914                           FRSL 215     Oral and Written French 1 - Intensive
ARTH 301       Canadian Art 1914 - Present                    FRSL 216     Découvrons Montréal en français
ARTH 302       Aspects of Canadian Art                        FRSL 302     Listening Comprehension and Oral Expression 1
ARTH 479       Studies: Modern Art and Theoretical Problems   FRSL 303     Listening Comprehension and Oral Expression 2
                                                              FRSL 321     Oral and Written French 2
Biology                                                       FRSL 321D1   Oral and Written French 2
BIOL 240       Monteregian Flora
                                                              FRSL 321D2   Oral and Written French 2
                                                              FRSL 322     Oral and Written French 2
Economics
                                                              FRSL 325     Oral and Written French 2 - Intensive
ECON 219       Current Economic Problems: Topics
                                                              FRSL 326     Découvrons le Québec en français
ECON 223       Political Economy of Trade Policy
                                                              FRSL 332     Intermediate French: Grammar 1
ECON 303       Canadian Economic Policy
                                                              FRSL 333     Intermediate French: Grammer 2
ECON 305       Industrial Organization
                                                              FRSL 407     Compréhension et expression orales
ECON 306D1     Labour Economics and Institutions
                                                              FRSL 408     Français oral: Textes et expressions
ECON 306D2     Labour Economics and Institutions
                                                              FRSL 431     Français fonctionnel avancé
ECON 308       Governmental Policy Towards Business
                                                              FRSL 431D1   Français fonctionnel avancé
ECON 321       The Quebec Economy
                                                              FRSL 431D2   Français fonctionnel avancé
ECON 405       Natural Resource Economics
                                                              FRSL 432     Français fonctionnel
ECON 406       Topics In Economic Policy
                                                              FRSL 445     Français fonctionnel, écrit 1
ECON 408D1     Public Sector Economics
                                                              FRSL 446     Français fonctionnel, écrit 2
ECON 408D2     Public Sector Economics
                                                              FRSL 449     Le Français des médias
ECON 434       Current Economic Problems
                                                              FRSL 455     Grammaire et création
ECON 440       Health Economics
ECON 480       Research Project
ECON 481       Research Project                               French Language and Literature
                                                              FREN 245     Grammaire avancée
English                                                       FREN 252     Littérature québécoise
ENGL 228       Canadian Literature 1                          FREN 315     Le cinéma québécois
ENGL 229       Canadian Literature 2                          FREN 329     Civilisation québécoise 2
ENGL 327       Canadian Prose Fiction 1                       FREN 336     La langue française
ENGL 328       Development of Canadian Poetry 1               FREN 372     Le roman québécois 1
ENGL 333       Development of Canadian Poetry 2               FREN 375     Théâtre québécois
ENGL 339       Canadian Prose Fiction 2                       FREN 382     Le roman québécois 2
ENGL 341       Canadian Radio and Television                  FREN 470     Poésie québécoise
ENGL 345       Literature and Society                         FREN 480     Roman québécois 3
ENGL 393       Canadian Cinema                                FREN 487     L’essai québécois
ENGL 409       Studies in a Canadian Author
ENGL 410       Theme or Movement Canadian Literature
                                                              Geography
ENGL 411       Studies in Canadian Fiction                    GEOG 217     The Canadian City
ENGL 415       Studies in 20th Century Literature 2           GEOG 272     Earth's Changing Surface
ENGL 419       Studies in 20th Century Literature             GEOG 301     Geography of Nunavut
ENGL 499       Departmental Seminar                           GEOG 309     Geography of Canada
ENGL 527       Canadian Literature                            GEOG 311     Canada - A Geo-Economic Perspective
ENGL 528       Canadian Literature                            GEOG 494     Urban Field Studies
                                                              GEOG 495     Field Studies - Physical Geography
French as a Second Language                                   GEOG 497     Ecology of Coastal Waters
FRSL 101       Beginner's French                              GEOG 499     Subarctic Field Studies
FRSL 101D1     Beginner's French                              GEOG 502     Geography of Northern Development
FRSL 101D2     Beginner’s French
                                                                        POLI 371    Challenge of Canadian Federalism


History
HIST 202      Survey: Canada to 1867                                    POLI 372    Aboriginal Politics in Canada
                                                                        POLI 378    The Canadian Judicial Process
HIST 203      Survey: Canada since 1867
                                                                        POLI 379    Topics in Canadian Politics
HIST 212      Science and Medicine in Canada
                                                                        POLI 410    Canadian Political Parties
HIST 300      Nationalisms in Canada
                                                                        POLI 411    Immigration and Multiculturalism in Canada
HIST 303      History of Quebec
                                                                        POLI 412    Canadian Voting/Public Opinion
HIST 322      Canada: American Presence since 1939
                                                                        POLI 417    Health Care in Canada
HIST 332      Constitutional History: Canada - 1867
                                                                        POLI 427    Selected Topics: Canadian Politics
HIST 333      History of New France: Part 1
                                                                        POLI 431    Nations and States/Developed World
HIST 334      History of New France: Part 2
                                                                        POLI 446    Les politiques publiques au Québec
HIST 342      Canada: External Relations since 1867
                                                                        POLI 447    Canadian Constitutional Politics
HIST 343      Women in Post-Confederation Canada
                                                                        POLI 469    Politics of Regulation
HIST 353      History of Montreal
                                                                        POLI 478    The Canadian Constitution
HIST 357      Religion and Canadian Society in Historical Perspective
HIST 361      The Canadian West to 1905
                                                                        Quebec Studies
HIST 362      The Canadian West since 1905
                                                                        QCST 300    Quebec Culture and Society
HIST 363      Canada 1870-1914
                                                                        QCST 440    Contemporary Issues in Quebec (new title)
HIST 364      Canada 1914-1945
HIST 367      Canada since 1945
HIST 370      Canadian Party Politics 1867-2000                         Sociology
HIST 373      Canadian Labour History                                   SOCI 210    Sociological Perspectives
HIST 395      Canadian Military Experience                              SOCI 217    Canadian Mass Communications
HIST 397      Canada: Ethnicity, Migration                              SOCI 225    Medicine and Health in Modern Society
HIST 403      History of Quebec Institutions                            SOCI 230    Sociology of Ethnic Relations
HIST 414      Canadian Cultural History                                 SOCI 318    Television in Society
HIST 416      British and French Identity                               SOCI 327    Jews in North America
HIST 423      Topics: Migration and Ethnicity                           SOCI 475    Canadian Ethnic Studies Seminar
HIST 429      Topics: Canadian Family History
HIST 432      The Atlantic Provinces
HIST 434      British North America 1760-1867
HIST 462D1    Topics: Canadian Conservatism
HIST 462D2    Topics: Canadian Conservatism
HIST 463D1    Topics: History of Women in Canada
HIST 463D2    Topics: History of Women in Canada
HIST 469D1    Topics in Canadian Religious History
HIST 469D2    Topics in Canadian Religious History
HIST 483D1    History of Montreal
HIST 483D2    History of Montreal
HIST 493D1    Topics: Canadian Social History
HIST 493D2    Topics: Canadian Social History

Linguistics
LING 320      Sociolinguistics 1
LING 350      Linguistic Aspects of Bilingualism
LING 520      Sociolinguistics 2
LING 521      Dialectology

Music
MUHL 391      Canadian Music


Political Science
POLI 221      Government of Canada
POLI 222      Political Process and Behaviour in Canada
POLI 226      La vie politique québécoise
POLI 320      Issues in Canadian Democracy
POLI 321      Issues: Canadian Public Policy
POLI 326      Provincial Politics
POLI 336      Le Québec et le Canada
POLI 337      Canadian Public Administration
POLI 342      Canadian Foreign Policy