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									                                          COMBINED JD/MA ENGLISH PROGRAM

                    COURSE SELECTION CHECKLIST FOR YEARS 2 AND 3 OF THE PROGRAM

Please see the Faculty of Law Academic Handbook on-line for details of the program.

As a combined degree, the J.D. and M.A. are awarded simultaneously. Students must, therefore, have satisfied
both the J.D. and the M.A. requirements before either degree may be conferred.

In the first year of the program, students must complete all first-year courses at the Faculty of Law.

           Summary Chart of course requirements and completions for years 2 and 3
  (only provide courses completed or currently in progress, not anticipated courses –fill in the
                            requirements as they are completed)
Instructions: Tab from section to section to fill in the relevant information

First name:                                                    Last Name:
Year of Study ( 2, 3):                                         Academic Year (e.g. 2009-2010):
E-mail:                                                                  Student #:

          Total of 44 credits – graded on letter scale or honours/pass/fail Note: Honours Standing
          Requirements: Students in combined programs must complete a minimum of 22 graded credits at the
          Faculty of Law in each program year or complete a minimum of 13 graded credits in one term of that year.
                                                                                                  Year and
                                                                                                                  # of
                         Requirements                               Course Titles                   term
                                                                                                                 Credits
                                                                                                 (e.g. 2/fall)
          Perspective Course
          Moot – compulsory or competitive
          International/Perspective/Transnational (ICT)
          One other course designated a Combined
          Program course and approved by the Director
          these could include:
            Law and Film (LAW217H)
            Modern Political Trials (LAW342H)
            Legal Archaeology: Studies in Cases in
             Context (LAW214H)
            Criminal Justice History (LAW354H)
JD




          Law and Literature (if not offered a
          designated alternative course)




                                                                       Total JD Credits completed
                                                 If in year 2 number of remaining credits required

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                                                                                                         Year and
                                                                                                                         # of
                             Requirements                               Course Titles                      term
                                                                                                                        Credits
                                                                                                        (e.g. 2/fall)
                  3 MA English half courses per year
                  for a total of 6 courses including:
         1.
                                                           Bibliography (ENG6954H)
                  At least two courses from a cluster of
                  designated “Law and Literature
                  Program” courses identified by the
                  Graduate Director of the Department
                  of English, in consultation with the
                  Combined Program Director.
                  Designated courses could include:
                    Legal and Literary Cultures of
                       Early Modern England
                       (ENG2233H)
MA




                    Modernism and Narrative Ethics
                       (ENG5607H)
                    Authors and Their Institutions
                       (ENG6038H)
                    Law as Literature (ENG6553H)
         2.
         3.
         4.
         5.
         6.
         English Reading Course (one half –course) or
         JD Directed Research project (3 credits). This
         may count toward either the Law or English
         requirements

                              Total MA Credits completed (each half course = 2 credits (.50) i.e. total 18 required)
                                                            If in year 2 number of remaining credits required

Note:
         Where a Faculty of Law course is cross-listed with the Department of English and is taken as a graduate half-course
          in English toward satisfying the M.A. (English) requirement, the course may nonetheless be used to satisfy the
          perspectives course or Supervised Upper Year Research Paper requirement provided that the course is so
          designated by the Faculty of Law
         Some upper year courses in the J.D. program have places reserved for Department of English students. J.D./M.A.
          (English) combined course students have dual status. They may take these courses for credit towards either the J.D.
          degree or the M.A. (English) degree.




Approval year 2            Approval year 3          JD Assistant Dean, Students                             Date:



Approval year 2            Approval year 3          Graduate Administrator                                  Date:


Students may discuss their course selection with the JD Assistant Dean, Students prior to having the form signed.
This completed signed form must be delivered to both the MA Program Director and the Faculty of Law Records
Office by the winter add/drop date in the appropriate year.




 Note: The form submitted for approval in year 3 must show all of the completed requirements for years 2 and 3.



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