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                                                 COMBINED DEGREES
1. BASIC INFORMATION. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 246                 8. BACHELOR OF ARTS/BACHELOR OF
                                                                                     MANAGEMENT
2. ADVISING. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 246       BACHELOR OF SCIENCE/BACHELOR OF
3. BACHELOR OF ARTS/BACHELOR OF                                                     MANAGEMENT . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .        281
   EDUCATION                                                                        a. Admission. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .   281
   BACHELOR OF SCIENCE/BACHELOR OF                                                   b. General Requirements . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .             281
   EDUCATION . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .    246        c. Faculty of Arts and Science Requirements . .                         281
   a. Admission . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .   246        d. Faculty of Management Requirements . . . . .                         282
   b. Faculty of Arts and Science Requirements . .                        247        e. Major Requirements . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .           282
   c. Faculty of Education Requirements. . . . . . . .                    248        f. Suggested Sequencing Plan . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                298
   d. Major Requirements/Suggested                                                  g. Management Minor Requirements . . . . . . . .                        298
      Sequencing Plans. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .       248        h. Academic Regulations. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .            298
   e. Education Minor Requirements . . . . . . . . . . .                  268        i. Residence Requirement . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .              298
   f. Education Specialization Requirements . . . .                       268     9. POST-DIPLOMA COMBINED DEGREES
   g. Academic Regulations . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .            268        PROGRAMS IN FINE ARTS AND
   h. Residence Requirement . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .             268        EDUCATION . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .     299
   i. Education Special Study Arrangements . . . .                        268        a. Admission. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .   299
4. BACHELOR OF FINE ARTS (ART)/BACHELOR                                             b. Faculty of Fine Arts Requirements . . . . . . . .                    300
   OF EDUCATION . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 269              c. Faculty of Education Requirements . . . . . . . .                    301
   a. Admission . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 269          d. Suggested Sequencing Plans. . . . . . . . . . . . . .                302
   b. Faculty of Fine Arts Requirements . . . . . . . . 270                          e. Academic Regulations. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .            302
   c. Faculty of Education Requirements. . . . . . . . 270                           f. Education Minor Requirements . . . . . . . . . . .                   302
   d. Suggested Sequencing Plan . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 271                      g. Education Specialization Requirements . . . .                        302
   e. Academic Regulations . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 271                   h. Residence Requirement . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .              302
   f. Education Minor Requirements . . . . . . . . . . . 271                         i. Education Special Study Arrangements . . . .                         302
   g. Education Specialization Requirements . . . . 271                          10. POST-DIPLOMA COMBINED DEGREES 
   h. Residence Requirement . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 271                    PROGRAM IN MANAGEMENT AND
   i. Education Special Study Arrangements . . . . 271                               EDUCATION . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .     303
5. BACHELOR OF FINE ARTS (DRAMATIC ARTS)/                                            a. Admission. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .   303
   BACHELOR OF EDUCATION . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 272                           b. Faculty of Management Requirements . . . . .                         303
   a. Admission . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 272          c. Management Minor Requirements . . . . . . . .                        304
   b. Faculty of Fine Arts Requirements . . . . . . . . 273                          d. Faculty of Education Requirements . . . . . . . .                    304
   c. Faculty of Education Requirements. . . . . . . . 273                           e. Suggested Sequencing Plan . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                304
   d. Suggested Sequencing Plan . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 273                      f. Academic Regulations. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .            304
   e. Academic Regulations . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 273                   g. Education Minor Requirements . . . . . . . . . . .                   305
   f. Education Minor Requirements . . . . . . . . . . . 274                         h. Education Specialization Requirements . . . .                        305
   g. Education Specialization Requirements . . . . 274                              i. Residence Requirement . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .              305
   h. Residence Requirement . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 274                    j. Education Special Study Arrangements . . . .                         305
   i. Education Special Study Arrangements . . . . 274                           11. BACHELOR OF FINE ARTS (NEW MEDIA)/
6. BACHELOR OF MUSIC/BACHELOR OF                                                     BACHELOR OF MANAGEMENT. . . . . . . . . . . . .                         305
   EDUCATION . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .    274        a. Admission. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .   305
   a. Admission . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .   274        b. General Requirements . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .             306
   b. Faculty of Fine Arts Requirements . . . . . . . .                   275        c. Faculty of Fine Arts Requirements . . . . . . . .                    306
   c. Faculty of Education Requirements. . . . . . . .                    276        d. Faculty of Management Requirements . . . . .                         307
   d. Suggested Sequencing Plan . . . . . . . . . . . . . .               277        e. Management Minor Requirements . . . . . . . .                        307   COMBINED DEGREES
   e. Academic Regulations . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .            277        f. Academic Regulations. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .            307
   f. Education Minor Requirements . . . . . . . . . . .                  277        g. Residence Requirement . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .              307
   g. Education Specialization Requirements . . . .                       277        h. Sample Sequence Plan . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .             307
   h. Residence Requirement . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .             277    12. BACHELOR OF HEALTH SCIENCES/BACHELOR
   i. Education Special Study Arrangements . . . .                        277        OF MANAGEMENT . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 308
7. BACHELOR OF MANAGEMENT/BACHELOR                                                  a. Admission. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 308
   OF EDUCATION . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .       278        b. General Requirements . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 309
   a. Admission . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .   278        c. Faculty of Health Sciences Requirements . . 309
   b. Faculty of Management Requirements . . . . .                        279        d. Faculty of Management Requirements . . . . . 309
   c. Management Minor Requirements . . . . . . . .                       279        e. Suggested Sequencing Plan . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 310
   d. Faculty of Education Requirements. . . . . . . .                    279        f. Management Minor Requirements . . . . . . . . 310
   e. Suggested Sequencing Plan . . . . . . . . . . . . . .               280        g. Academic Regulations. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 310
   f. Academic Regulations . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .            280        h. Residence Requirement . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 310
   g. Education Minor Requirements . . . . . . . . . . .                  280    13. B.A. OR B.Sc. AFTER TRANSFER TO A
   h. Education Specialization Requirements . . . .                       280        PROFESSIONAL FACULTY . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 310
   i. Residence Requirement . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .             280
   j. Education Special Study Arrangements . . . .                        280
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                   1.    BASIC INFORMATION                                                  in the B.A./B.Ed. or B.Sc./B.Ed. Combined Degrees
                         Combined Degrees at the University of Lethbridge are               program.
                         generally 50 courses (five years) in length and provide students   Students are not officially in the program until they have
                         with the opportunity to meet the requirements for two              been admitted to BOTH the Faculty of Arts and Science
                         degrees offered by two different Faculties. Note that some         (through admission to the University) and the Faculty of
                         Combined Degrees programs require more than 50 courses.            Education. If a student is admitted to the Combined
                         Students must be admitted to both Faculties responsible for a      Degrees program and subsequently chooses to withdraw
                         particular Combined Degrees program before they may be             from Education, the student must make formal application
                         registered formally in the program. Some programs have             to the Faculty in which he or she intends to pursue a
                         quotas and there is no guarantee of admission to Combined          degree.
                         Degrees programs. The student is granted neither degree until      Note: The Faculty of Education does not offer a B.Ed. degree alone,
                         all program requirements for both degrees are satisfied.                 except after an approved degree; first degree students must
                         The University of Lethbridge offers programs leading to the              be admitted to a Combined Degrees program in order to
                         following Combined Degrees:                                              receive a B.Ed.
                                                                                            Note: While application for admission after 20 courses is the
                               Bachelor of Arts/Bachelor of Education (50 courses)                preferred academic plan, those students who have completed
                               Bachelor of Science/Bachelor of Education (50 courses)             30 or more courses may also apply for admission to this
                               Bachelor of Fine Arts (Art)/Bachelor of Education (50              program.
                                  courses)
                               Bachelor of Fine Arts (Dramatic Arts)/Bachelor of            1.   Faculty of Education Admission Requirements for
                                  Education (50 courses)                                         the B.A./B.Ed. or B.Sc./B.Ed. Combined Degrees
                               Bachelor of Music/Bachelor of Education (52 courses)              Program
                               Bachelor of Management (General)/Bachelor of                      Based on the Faculty’s quota system, normally a total
                                  Education (50 courses)                                         of 216 students in all programs will be admitted to
                               Bachelor of Arts/Bachelor of Management (50 courses)              the Faculty each June to begin their studies in the Fall
                               Bachelor of Science/Bachelor of Management (50                    Semester. For application and document deadlines,
                                  courses)                                                       see Part 1 - Admission, p. 29.
                               Bachelor of Fine Arts (New Media)/Bachelor of                     Students should note that completion of pre-
                                  Management (50 courses)                                        Education requirements does not guarantee
                               Bachelor of Health Sciences/Bachelor of Management (50            admission to the program. For qualified applicants
                                  courses)                                                       admission decisions are based primarily on
                               Post-Diploma Bachelor of Fine Arts (Art)*/Bachelor of             evaluation of performance in Education 2500, a
                                  Education (35 courses)                                         writing proficiency requirement, and grade point
                               Post-Diploma Bachelor of Fine Arts (Dramatic Arts)*/              average calculated on all UofL and transferable
                                  Bachelor of Education (35 courses)                             courses taken within the semesters containing the
                               Post-Diploma Bachelor of Music*/Bachelor of Education             last 20 university-level courses (60.0 credit hours),
                                  (35 courses)                                                   including courses in a previous degree and courses
                               Post-Diploma Bachelor of Management/Bachelor of                   taken subsequently.
                                  Education (35 courses)
                                                                                                 Students must meet the following minimum
                              * After a two- or three-year diploma
                                                                                                 qualifications for admission to the Faculty of
                   2.    ADVISING                                                                Education:
                         Combined Degrees are made possible by the efforts and co-               a. Completion of a minimum of 19 Arts and
                         operation of two different Faculties. Students are urged to                   Science courses.
                         consult with Advisors from both Faculties throughout their                    Education courses (other than Education 2500)
                         program.                                                                      taken at the University of Lethbridge before
                   3.    BACHELOR OF ARTS/BACHELOR OF                                                  the completion of Professional Semester I do
                         EDUCATION                                                                    not contribute to the fulfillment of B.Ed.
                         BACHELOR OF SCIENCE/BACHELOR OF                                               program requirements.
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                         EDUCATION                                                                     Students who transfer from another institution
                                                                                                       with 20 courses will be considered for
                         a.    Admission                                                               admission with a minimum of 15 Arts and
                               Students begin this program in the Faculty of Arts and                  Science courses and 5 appropriate Education
                               Science where they progress toward completion of Arts                   courses.
                               and Science degree requirements, and prepare to meet                    Note: Students who have not completed a major portion
                               the admission requirements for the Faculty of Education.                      of the General Liberal Education Requirement
                               Students admitted to the Faculty of Arts and Science may                      prior to admission to the Combined Degrees
                               declare their intention of completing the combined B.A./                      program may not be able to complete degree
                               B.Ed. or B.Sc./B.Ed. degrees. Such students who have not                      requirements in 50 courses.
                               yet been admitted to the Faculty of Education are                 b.    A minimum cumulative grade point average of
                               designated pre-B.A./B.Ed. or pre-B.Sc./B.Ed. After                      2.50 on all UofL and transferable courses taken
                               completion of the minimum number of courses required                    within the semesters containing the last 20
                               to be eligible for admission to the Faculty of Education,               courses (60.0 credit hours).
                               students may apply and, if accepted, be formally enrolled         c.    A minimum cumulative grade point average of
                                                                                                       2.50 on all graded courses comprising the


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          major, including all transferable courses.                        average of 2.50 out of 4.0 is required on all
          Admission requirements for the major may be                       graded courses comprising the minor.
          met in one of the following ways:                            •    Physical Education - completion of a Physical
          1. Completion of at least eight semester                          Education and Sport Activities report which
               courses in a single discipline major.                        must include:
          2. Completion of at least 11 courses in the                       -     brief description of experience (personal
               16-course multidisciplinary major,                                 physical activity, teaching movement or
               including at least five courses in the main                        physical activity, coaching experience,
               teaching subject area.                                             workshops/clinics, certification),
          3. Completion of at least 11 courses in the                       -     written confirmation of experiences
               16-course General Major, including at least                        (letter of reference, certificate of
               five courses in the main teaching subject                          achievement).
               area.                                                   Students should consult Student Program Services in
     d.   Credit in Education 2500 - Practicum I -                     the Faculty of Education for guidelines regarding the
          Orientation to Teaching (or equivalent)                      requirements stated above.
          including a favourable recommendation from              3.   Special Case Admission
          the instructor (see Section 6.b.4.
          Education 2500 Prerequisite, p. 165).                        Students who have a good academic record but who
          Students who do not receive a favourable                     for some reason had a period of time when their
          recommendation for admission to the Faculty                  performance was significantly lower, may apply for
          of Education may be permitted to re-enroll in                Special Case admission (up to four such students
          the course after one full year provided they can             may be admitted). See Part 8 - Education,
          demonstrate that they have sufficiently                      Section 4.b. Special Case Admission (p. 162)
          remediated inadequacies in their previous                    for details.
          performance.                                            4.   Aboriginal Special Case Admission
     e.   Demonstrated proficiency in written and oral                 The Faculty of Education provides two special
          English by the June 1 document deadline. A                   admission opportunities for students of Aboriginal
          student may meet the Writing Proficiency                     descent. See Part 8 - Education, Section 4.c.
          Requirement in any of the following ways:                    Special Admission Procedures for Students of
          •    obtaining a grade of 75 percent or higher               Aboriginal Descent (p. 162) for details.
               on the English Language Arts 30-1 Alberta     b.   Faculty of Arts and Science Degree Requirements
               Diploma exam                                       for the 50-Course B.A./B.Ed. or B.Sc./B.Ed.
          •    obtaining a final grade of 80 percent or
               higher in English Language Arts 30-1 or its        1.   General Requirements for the B.A. or B.Sc.
               equivalent from any province                            a. Completion of at least 30 Arts and Science
          •    passing the Alberta Universities’ Writing                   courses with a grade point average of at least
               Competence Test (AUWCT)                                     2.00.
          •    obtaining a pass in the ‘Writing for                    b. Completion of the General Liberal Education
               University’ course                                          Requirement (see Part 4 - Academic
                                                                           Regulations, Section 11, p. 89).
          •    obtaining a grade of ‘B’ (3.00 on a 4.0
               scale) or higher in Writing 1000                        c. At least nine Arts and Science courses at the
                                                                           3000/4000 level (excluding Activity courses).
          •    obtaining a grade of ‘B’ (3.00 on a 4.0
               scale) or higher in a university English                d. For the B.A., at least 20 courses not from the
               course                                                      list Science Courses. For the B.Sc., at least 20
                                                                           courses from the list Science Courses (see
          •    successful completion of a recognized                       Part 7 - Arts and Science, Section 20.
               degree from an English-language university                  Divisional Course Designation, p. 114 and           COMBINED DEGREES
          Students are encouraged to consult early with                    the Lists in Part 4 - Academic Regulations,
          the Faculty of Education, Student Program                        Section 11. General Liberal Education
          Services Office regarding procedures for                         Requirement, p. 89).
          meeting the Writing Proficiency Requirement.                 e. Not more than three Independent Study
2.   Completion of Additional Admission Requirements                       courses may be taken for credit toward the
     in Specific Majors:                                                   degree (see Part 4, Section 3.c, Exceeding
                                                                           Course Limits, p. 75).
     •    Dramatic Arts - completion of an acceptable
          portfolio, performance audition and interview.               f.  Not more than eight courses may be taken at
                                                                           the 0100/1000 level for credit toward the
     •    Music - completion of an acceptable
                                                                           degree. Activity courses are exempted from
          performance audition and/or interview.
                                                                           this limit. Language courses are offered in the
     •    Native Education - completion of five of the                     0100-1990 range. Only the first course in the
          seven courses required in the school subject                     range counts toward this limit in the language
          minor. A minimum cumulative grade point                          subjects of French, German, Greek, Japanese,
                                                                           Latin and Spanish. Only one of Economics 1010


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                                          and Economics 1012 will be counted toward                             c.   Maintenance of a program grade point average
                                          this limit. Only one of Biology 1010 and                                   of 2.50 in Education courses.
                                          Biology 1020 will be counted toward this limit.                       d.   Completion of the appropriate Education
                                          Only one of Geography 1000 and                                             major as defined by the program.
                                          Geography 1200 will be counted toward this
                                          limit (see Part 4, Section 3.c, Exceeding                             e.   Maintenance of a program GPA of 2.50 in the
                                                                                                                     appropriate Education major.
                                          Course Limits, p. 75).
                                                                                                                f.   Completion of the General Liberal Education
                                   g.     Not more than 17 courses from one
                                                                                                                     Requirement (see Part 4 - Academic
                                          Department (see Part 4, Section 3.c,
                                                                                                                     Regulations, Section 11, p. 89).
                                          Exceeding Course Limits, p. 75).
                                          Note: For purposes of these regulations, Mathematics
                                                                                                                g.   Residence requirement: see Section 3.h.,
                                                and Computer Science; Geography and                                  p. 268 for details.
                                                Archaeology; and French, German and Spanish           d.   Major Requirements for the 50-Course B.A./B.Ed.
                                                may be considered as separate Departments.
                                                                                                           or B.Sc./B.Ed.
                                   h.     Not more than four Activity courses except for
                                          Kinesiology majors, 16; Music majors, 8; may be                  1.   Arts and Science Majors
                                          taken for credit toward the degree (see Part 4,                       a. For the B.A., the major program must be
                                          Section 3.c, Exceeding Course Limits,                                      chosen from Anthropology, Art, Dramatic Arts,
                                          p. 75).                                                                    Economics, English, French, French/German,
                                   i.     Residence requirement: see Section 3.h.,                                   French/Spanish, Geography, German, History,
                                          p. 268 for details.                                                        Kinesiology, Music, Native American Studies,
                                                                                                                     Political Science, Sociology, a General Major in
                         c.   Faculty of Education Degree Requirements for                                           the Humanities, a General Major in the Social
                              the 50-Course B.A./B.Ed. or B.Sc./B.Ed.                                                Sciences, or the multidisciplinary major in
                              1.   General Requirements for the B.Ed.                                                Canadian Studies. The multidisciplinary majors
                                                                                                                     in Agricultural Studies, Archaeology and
                                   a. Application and admission to the Faculty of                                    Geography, and Urban and Regional Studies are
                                        Education.                                                                   specifically excluded.
                                   b. Completion of the equivalent of 20 Education                                   For the B.Sc., the major program must be
                                        courses including:                                                           chosen from Biological Sciences, Chemistry,
                                        Education 2500                                                               Geography, Mathematics, Physics, or a General
                                      * Professional Semesters I, II and III                                         Major in the Sciences. The disciplinary major in
                                     ** One Education Foundation course                                              Kinesiology is specifically excluded. The
                                        Three Education electives                                                    multidisciplinary majors in Agricultural
                                         * Students entering the Faculty of Education should note                    Biotechnology, Agricultural Studies,
                                           that practicum placements include locations outside of                    Archaeology and Geography, Biochemistry,
                                           Lethbridge. Students must be prepared to travel. Some                     Computer Science and Geographical
                                           locations require relocation Monday to Friday.                            Information Science, Environmental Science,
                                          While not an admission requirement to the Faculty of                       Exercise Science, Neuroscience, and Remote
                                          Education, some school jurisdictions and schools may                       Sensing are specifically excluded.
                                          require a criminal record check (or equivalent) from
                                          student teachers prior to practicum. The student is
                                                                                                                b. All specific requirements for a disciplinary
                                          responsible for the cost of obtaining such documentation.                  major or the Combined Degrees major as
                                                                                                                     outlined in the next section must be fulfilled.
                                        ** The Education Foundation Requirement may be met in
                                           the following ways:                                                  c. Not more than 17 courses are to be included in
                                           1.    One course from the following list:                                 a disciplinary major (see Part 4, Section 3.c,
                                                 Education 4310 - Comparative Studies of                             Exceeding Course Limits, p. 75).
                                                      Education in Developed and Third World                    d. At least half the required courses in the major
                                                      Nations
                                                 Education 4311 - World Issues and Problems in                       subject must be completed at the University of
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                                                      Education                                                      Lethbridge.
                                                 Education 4320 - Education and Society from a                  e. General Majors (B.A./B.Ed. or B.Sc./B.Ed.) in
                                                      Sociological Perspective
                                                 Education 4321 - Social Issues in Education                         the Humanities, Social Sciences or Sciences
                                                 Education 4341 - Foundations of Multicultural                       require at least 16 courses for the major, at
                                                      Education in Canada                                            least six of which must be at the 3000/4000
                                                 Education 4360 - Studies in the History of Western                  level. General Majors in the Humanities must
                                                      Education
                                                 Education 4361 - History of Canadian Education                      complete a course in a language other than
                                                 Education 4362 - Concepts of Childhood in the                       English; General Majors in the Social Sciences
                                                      History of Education                                           must complete a ‘Quantitatively-based
                                                 Education 4380 - Developing a Philosophy of
                                                      Education
                                                                                                                     Methodology’ course; General Majors in the
                                                 Education 4381 - Ethics of Teaching                                 Sciences must complete a ‘Science in Human
                                                 Education 4391 - Seminar in Educational                             Affairs’ course. For purposes of the B.A. degree
                                                      Foundations (Series)                                           with a General Major in the Humanities,
                                           2.    One appropriate Independent Study.                                  French, German and Spanish may not be
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2.   Education Majors                                             Arts and Science Major    Education Major
     There are a total of 11 Education majors. There are          Anthropology              Social Studies Education
     10 Education majors in the B.A./B.Ed. or B.Sc./B.Ed.         Art                       Art Education
     degree program: Art Education, Drama Education,
     English Language Arts Education, Mathematics                 Biological Sciences       Science Education
     Education, Modern Languages Education (French,               Canadian Studies          Social Studies Education
     German, French/German or French/Spanish), Music              Chemistry                 Science Education
     Education, Native Education, Physical Education,             Dramatic Arts             Drama Education
     Science Education and Social Studies Education. One          Economics                 Social Studies Education
     additional Education major, Career and Technology
     Studies (CTS): Business Focus, is available for the          English                   English Language Arts
                                                                                              Education
     B.Mgt./B.Ed. Combined Degrees program.
                                                                  French                    Modern Languages
     For most majors, the requirements for Education                                          Education: French
     and Arts and Science single disciplinary majors are
                                                                  French/German             Modern Languages
     identical; however, some Education majors do                                             Education: French/
     require specific and/or additional courses. In other                                     German
     cases there is a distinct Combined Degrees major.
                                                                  French/Spanish            Modern Languages
     The following Arts and Science majors do not qualify                                     Education: French/
     as Education majors: Computer Science, Philosophy,                                       Spanish
     Psychology, Religious Studies, and Women and                 Geography                 Science Education
     Gender Studies, and all languages offered by the             Geography                 Social Studies Education
     Department of Modern Languages except French
     and German.                                                  German                    Modern Languages
                                                                                              Education: German
     Students must meet the Education major                       History                   Social Studies Education
     requirements by completing one of the following:
                                                                  Kinesiology               Physical Education
     •    a disciplinary major (Kinesiology for the B.Sc. is
                                                                  Mathematics               Mathematics Education
          specifically excluded);
                                                                  Music                     Music Education
     •    a Combined Degrees major;
                                                                  Native American Studies   Native Education
     •    the multidisciplinary major in Canadian Studies
                                                                  Physics                   Science Education
          (Agricultural Biotechnology, Agricultural
          Studies, Archaeology and Geography,                     Political Science         Social Studies Education
          Biochemistry, Computer Science and                      Sociology                 Social Studies Education
          Geographical Information Science,                       General Major in the      English Language Arts
          Environmental Science, Exercise Science,                  Humanities                Education
          Neuroscience, Remote Sensing, and Urban and             General Major in the      Mathematics Education
          Regional Studies are specifically excluded); or,          Sciences
     •    a General Major in the Humanities, Social               General Major in the      Science Education
          Sciences or Sciences (as specified by the                 Sciences
          Education major).                                       General Major in the      Native Education
                                                                    Social Sciences
3.   Eligible Major Combinations for Combined Degrees
     Programs                                                     General Major in the      Physical Education
                                                                    Social Sciences
     Students enrolled in a Combined Degrees program              General Major in the      Social Studies Education
     must choose a major for the B.A. or B.Sc. and then             Social Sciences
     select a corresponding major for the B.Ed. Listed
     below are the eligible major combinations for the         Requirements for each major combination are listed
     Combined Degrees programs:                                in the following sections. Please note that
                                                               information has been grouped under the Education           COMBINED DEGREES
                                                               major (e.g., the requirements for a History major in
                                                               the B.A./B.Ed. Combined Degrees program would
                                                               be located under the corresponding Social Studies
                                                               Education major).
                                                               a. Art Education
                                                                    Students may meet the Art Education major
                                                                    requirements by completing the 13-course
                                                                    (39.0 credit hours) disciplinary major in Art.
                                                                    Required courses:
                                                                    Art 2031 - Foundation Studio (Drawing and
                                                                          Image)
                                                                    Art 2032 - Foundation Studio (Object and
                                                                          Space)
                                                                    Art 3010 - Drawing I
                                                                    Art 3060 - Media Arts I (Computer Art)

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                         Art History/Museum Studies 1000 -
                               Introduction to Art                           Art/Art Education
                         Art History/Museum Studies 2001 -
                               Contemporary Art Practices and Theories       Minimum number of credit hours
                         Art History/Museum Studies 2225 - Western           required . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 39.0
                               Art from Prehistory to the French             Number of cognate credit hours required. . 0
                               Revolution
                                                                             Total number of credit hours
                         One of (3.0 credit hours):                          required for the disciplinary Art/Art
                               Art History/Museum Studies 2900 -             Education major . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 39.0
                                    Introduction to Museum Studies
                               Art History/Museum Studies 3200 - 19th-          (Independent Study - Optional; may not be
                                    Century Art History                         counted in required courses for major)
                               Art History/Museum Studies 3215 - 20th-       This section is expressed in credit hours to
                                    Century Art History to 1945              account for Art courses which are worth 6.0
                               Art History/Museum Studies 3240 -             credit hours.
                                    Canadian Art History to 1940
                         One of (3.0 credit hours):                         b.   Career and Technology Studies (CTS):
                               Art History/Museum Studies 3151 - Art             Business Focus
                                    History (Series)                             Students majoring in CTS: Business Focus must
                               Art History/Museum Studies 3220 -                 meet the requirements of the combined B.Mgt./
                                    Art: 1945 to 1970                            B.Ed. program (Section 7, p. 278).
                               Art History/Museum Studies 3245 -
                                    Canadian Art History: 1940 to the       c.   Drama Education
                                    Present                                      Students may meet the Drama Education major
                               Art History/Museum Studies 3250 -                 requirements by completing the 14-course
                                    Northwest Coast Art                          disciplinary major in Dramatic Arts.
                               Art History/Museum Studies 3270 - Issues          Required courses:
                                    in Contemporary Art and Theory
                                                                                 Drama 1000 - Introduction to Dramatic Arts
                               Art History/Museum Studies 3850 -
                                                                                 Drama 2100 - Play Reading and Analysis
                                    Topics in Art History/Museum
                                                                                 Drama 2120 - History and Development of
                                    Studies
                                                                                      Theatre I
                               Art History/Museum Studies 3900 -
                                                                                 Drama 2130 - History and Development of
                                    Critical Issues in Museum Studies
                                                                                      Theatre II
                               Art History/Museum Studies 4000 -
                                                                                 Drama 2420 - Directing: Fundamentals
                                    Museum Studies Internship
                                                                                 Drama 2810 - Introduction to Stagecraft
                               Art History/Museum Studies 4150 - Art
                                                                                 Drama 3130 - Canadian Theatre
                                    History (Series)
                                                                                 One of:
                         Four of (12.0 credit hours):
                                                                                      Drama 2310 - Acting: Fundamentals
                               Art 3005 - Printmaking I
                                                                                      Drama 2340 - Movement Studies:
                               Art 3006 - Printmaking II
                                                                                            Fundamentals
                               Art 3022 - Painting I
                                                                                      Drama 2510 - Theatre for Young
                               Art 3023 - Painting II
                                                                                            Audiences I
                               Art 3026 - Photo-Arts I
                                                                                      Drama 2710 - Improvisation and Dramatic
                               Art 3027 - Photo-Arts II
                                                                                            Process
                               Art 3032 - Sculpture I
                               Art 3033 - Sculpture II                           One of:
                               Art 3061 - Media Arts II (Video                        Drama 2611 - Technical Theatre
                                    Sketchbook)                                             Portfolio I
                               Art 3011 - Drawing III OR                             Drama 2825 - Design for Theatre:
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                                    Art 3160 - Drawing II (The Body)                        Fundamentals
                         Courses in Art and Art History/Museum                   Two of:
                         Studies are offered by the Faculty of Fine Arts.             Drama 3030 - Introduction to Film Studies
                         Art and Art History/Museum Studies courses                   Drama 3100 - Theatre in Performance
                         taken by students registered in the Faculty of               Drama 3150 - Theatre Studies Series
                         Arts and Science count in their programs as                  Drama 3870 - History of Costume
                         Arts and Science courses.                                    Drama 4211 - Theories of Theatre
                         Students with an interest in Art Education are          Two Drama electives at or above the 3000 level
                         also referred to the combined B.F.A. (Art)/B.Ed.        Required cognate:
                         (Section 4, p. 269).                                    One of:
                         Suggested Sequencing Plan                                    English 3201 - Elizabethan and Jacobean
                         See www.uleth.ca/ross/sequence_plans/                              Drama
                         art_ba_bed.html.                                             English 3602 - Shakespeare
                                                                                      English 3620 - Modern Drama
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     It is recommended that students consider                                    English 2720 - Approaches to
     additional courses from the Dramatic                                              Literature Series
     Literature series of the Department of English.                             English 2800 - Rhetoric
     Courses in Drama are offered by the Faculty of                              English 2810 - Grammar
     Fine Arts. Drama courses taken by students                        At least EIGHT courses at the 3000 and
     registered in the Faculty of Arts and Science                          4000 levels drawn from at least FIVE
     count in their programs as Arts and Science                            of the following subfields. At least
     courses.                                                               TWO of the eight courses must be at
     Students with an interest in Drama Education                           the 4000 level:
     are also referred to the combined B.F.A.                               a. Theory, Language, and Creative
     (Dramatic Arts)/B.Ed. (Section 5, p. 272).                                  Writing
     Suggested Sequencing Plan                                                   English 3010 - Literary Theory
     See www.uleth.ca/ross/sequence_plans/                                       English 3060 - Gender and
     dram_ba_bed.html.                                                                 Literature
                                                                                 English 3070 - Theorizing
                                                                                       Children’s Literature
 Dramatic Arts/Drama Education                                                   English 3800 - Creative Writing
 Minimum number of Drama courses                                                English 3901 - History of the
 required . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13                   English Language
 Number of cognate courses required . . . . . 1                                  English 4800 - Advanced
                                                                                       Creative Writing
 Total number of courses required for the                                        Any offering in the English 3700,
 disciplinary Dramatic Arts/Drama                                                      English 4400, or
 Education major . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14                                  English 4600 Series with an
                                                                                       emphasis on Literary
     (Independent Study - Optional; may be counted                                     Theory, Language or
     in required courses for major)                                                    Creative Writing
                                                                            b. Old and Middle English
d.   English Language Arts Education
                                                                                 English 3401 - Medieval
     Students may meet the English Language Arts                                       Literature
     Education major requirements by completing                                  English 3450 - Old English
     the 13-course disciplinary major in English or                              English 3601 - Chaucer
     the 16-course General Major in the                                          Any offering in the English 3700,
     Humanities.                                                                       English 4400, or
     1. Thirteen-course disciplinary major in                                          English 4600 Series with an
          English                                                                      emphasis on Old or Middle
          Required courses:                                                            English Literature
          English 1900 - Introduction to Language                           c. Renaissance
               and Literature - or equivalent                                    English 3201 - Elizabethan and
          At least FOUR courses at the 2000 level,                                     Jacobean Drama
               including at least TWO from each of                               English 3402 - 16th-Century
               the following categories:                                               Literature
                                                                                 English 3410 - 17th-Century
               a. Literary Surveys
                                                                                       Literature
                    English 2000 - Survey of                                     English 3602 - Shakespeare
                         Canadian Literature                                     Any offering in the English 3700,
                    English 2400 - Survey of English                                   English 4400, or
                         Literature I                                                  English 4600 Series with an   COMBINED DEGREES
                    English 2450 - Survey of English                                   emphasis on Renaissance
                         Literature II                                                 Literature
                    English 2500 - Survey of
                                                                            d. Eighteenth Century and
                         American Literature I
                                                                                 Romantic
                    English 2550 - Survey of
                         American Literature II                                  English 3301 - Rise of the Novel
                    English 2610 - Survey of                                     English 3310 - Restoration and
                         Children’s Literature                                         18th-Century Literature
                    English 2700 - Surveys of                                    English 3350 - Romanticism
                         Literature Series                                       Any offering in the English 3700,
                                                                                       English 4400, or
               b. Genres, Approaches and
                                                                                       English 4600 Series with an
                    Themes
                                                                                       emphasis on Eighteenth-
                    English 2100 - Poetry                                              Century or Romantic
                    English 2200 - Drama                                               Literature
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                              e.     Nineteenth Century                                     One course in Canadian
                                     English 3302 - 19th-Century                                 Literature:
                                          British Novel                                          English 2000 - Survey of
                                     English 3500 - Victorian                                         Canadian Literature
                                          Literature                                             English 3002 -
                                     English 3550 - American                                          Contemporary
                                          Renaissance                                                 Canadian Drama
                                     Any offering in the English 3700,                           English 3810 -
                                          English 4400, or                                            Contemporary
                                          English 4600 Series with an                                 Canadian Literature
                                          emphasis on Nineteenth-                                English 4000 - Seminars in
                                          Century Literature                                          Canadian and Post-
                                                                                                      Colonial Literature
                                f.   Twentieth Century and                                            Series, with an
                                     Contemporary                                                     emphasis on Canadian
                                     English 3610 - Modernism                                         Literature
                                     English 3620 - Modern Drama                                 Any offering in the
                                     English 3630 - Modern Novel                                      English 3700,
                                     English 3650 - Contemporary                                      English 4400, or
                                          Literature                                                  English 4600 series
                                     English 3660 - Contemporary                                      with an emphasis on
                                          Drama                                                       Canadian literature.
                                     English 3670 - Nobel Laureates:              Recommended courses also include:
                                          Contemporary Poets
                                     Any offering in the English 3700,            English 2800 - Rhetoric
                                          English 4400, or                        English 3602 - Shakespeare
                                          English 4600 Series with an        Suggested Sequencing Plan
                                          emphasis on Twentieth-             See www.uleth.ca/ross/sequence_plans/
                                          Century or Contemporary            engl_ba_bed.html.
                                          Literature
                                g. Canadian and Post-Colonial
                                                                         English/English Language Arts Education
                                     English 3001 - Canadian Poetry
                                                                         Minimum number of English courses 
                                     English 3002 - Contemporary
                                                                         required . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13
                                          Canadian Drama
                                     English 3008 - Canadian             Number of cognate courses required . . . . . 0
                                          Literature, 1867 - 1914        Total number of courses required for 
                                     English 3810 - Contemporary         the disciplinary English/English 
                                          Canadian Literature            Language Arts Education major . . . . 13
                                     English 3860 - Post-Colonial
                                          Literature                         (Independent Study - Optional; may not be
                                     English 4000 - Seminars in              counted in required courses for major)
                                          Canadian and Post-
                                          Colonial Literature Series         2.     Sixteen-course General Major in the
                                     Any offering in the English 3700,              Humanities
                                          English 4400, or
                                                                                    Required courses:
                                          English 4600 Series with an
                                          emphasis on Canadian or                   At least seven courses in English
                                          Post-Colonial Literature.               * Four courses in each of two other
                                                                                         disciplines in the Humanities
                         Independent Studies courses, Applied
                                                                                    One course in a language other than
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                         Studies courses, and courses not listed
                                                                                         English
                         under the seven subfields are not counted
                                                                                    At least six courses must be at the 3000/
                         as part of the 13-course minimum for the
                                                                                         4000 level
                         major; they are strongly encouraged for
                         students taking courses beyond this                      * The other two Humanities disciplines must be
                         minimum, however.                                          chosen from among the following streams:
                                                                                         One of Art (including courses in Art History/
                         It is recommended that students include a                              Museum Studies), Dramatic Arts or
                         broad variety of periods and all three                                 Music
                         genres (drama, poetry, and prose fiction)                       Classical Languages (includes Greek, Hebrew
                                                                                                or Latin)
                         in their programs.                                              One of French, German, Japanese, or Spanish
                         Note: All B.A./B.Ed. students must                              History
                                   present among the 13 courses, the                     Linguistics
                                                                                         Native American Studies (includes Blackfoot
                                   following:                                                   and Cree)
                                     English 2610 - Survey of                            Philosophy (all courses designated
                                          Children’s Literature                                 Humanities)
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          Students are strongly encouraged to choose                 Note: A 3000/4000-level Mathematics course
          Humanities disciplines which are school                          regularly offered by the Department of
          subject areas or are taught in the provincial                    Mathematics and Computer Science
          curriculum.                                                      (excluding Mathematics 3980/
     Suggested Sequencing Plan                                             Mathematics 4980 - Applied Studies or
     See www.uleth.ca/ross/sequence_plans/                                 Mathematics 3990/Mathematics 4990 -
                                                                           Independent Study) may replace
     gen_hum_ela_ba_bed.html.                                              Statistics 2780 in the list of required
                                                                           cognate courses.
 General Major in the Humanities/English                                         The Computer Science major in Arts and
 Language Arts Education                                                         Science does not meet the Mathematics
                                                                                 Education major requirements.
 Total number of Arts and Science
                                                              Suggested Sequencing Plan
 courses required for the General
 Major in the Humanities/English                              See www.uleth.ca/ross/sequence_plans/
 Language Arts Education major . . . . 16                     math_bsc_bed.html.
     (Independent Study - Optional; may be counted
     in required courses for major)                       Mathematics/Mathematics Education
                                                          Minimum number of Mathematics courses
e.   Mathematics Education                                required . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10
     Students may meet the Mathematics Education          Number of cognate courses required . . . . . 3
     major requirements by completing the 13-             Total number of courses required for
     course Combined Degrees major in                     the Combined Degrees Mathematics/
     Mathematics or the 16-course General Major in        Mathematics Education major . . . . . 13
     the Sciences.
                                                              (Independent Study - Optional; may not be
     1. Thirteen-course Combined Degrees
                                                              counted in required courses for major)
          major in Mathematics
          Students must complete at least 13                  2.      Sixteen-course General Major in the
          courses offered by the Department of                        Sciences
          Mathematics and Computer Science,
          including the following:                                    Required courses:
          Required courses:                                           At least seven courses in Mathematics
                                                                    * Four courses in each of two other
          Mathematics 1410 - Elementary Linear                             disciplines in the Sciences
                Algebra                                            ** One course in Science in Human Affairs
          Mathematics 1560 - Calculus I                               At least six courses must be at the 3000/
          Mathematics 2000 - Mathematical                                  4000 level
                Concepts
          Mathematics 2560 - Calculus II                            * The other two Science disciplines must be chosen
                                                                      from among the following streams:
          Mathematics 2570 - Calculus III                                   Archaeology (all courses designated Science;
          Mathematics 2580 - Calculus IV                                          Liberal Education 3600 may be
          Mathematics 3400 - Group and Ring                                       substituted for one of the courses in
                Theory                                                            Archaeology)
          Mathematics 3410 - Linear Algebra                                 Biological Sciences (all Biology courses)
                                                                            Chemistry (all courses; includes courses in
          Mathematics 3500 - Analysis I                                           Biochemistry)
          One additional Mathematics or Statistics                          Computer Science (all courses)
                                                                            Geography (all courses designated Science;
                course at the 3000/4000-level                                     includes courses in Geology)
                regularly offered by the Department                         Kinesiology (all courses designated Science;
                of Mathematics and Computer                                       Physical Activity courses may not be
                                                                                  included)                                           COMBINED DEGREES
                Science (excluding
                                                                            Neuroscience (all courses)
                Mathematics 3980/                                           Physics (all courses; includes courses in
                Mathematics 4980, Statistics 3980/                                Astronomy and Engineering)
                Statistics 4980 - Applied Studies and                       Psychology (all courses designated Science)
                Mathematics 3990/                                     Students are strongly encouraged to choose
                Mathematics 4990, Statistics 3990/                    Science disciplines which are school subject
                                                                      areas or are taught in the provincial
                Statistics 4990 - Independent Study)                  curriculum.
          Required cognates:                                       ** The Science in Human Affairs course must be
          Computer Science 1620 - Fundamentals of                     chosen from the following:
                Programming I                                               Biochemistry 2300 - Elements of Human
                                                                                  Nutrition
          Statistics 1770 - Introduction to                                 Environmental Science 2000 - Fundamentals
                Probability and Statistics                                        of Environmental Science
          Statistics 2780 - Statistical Inference                           Philosophy 2233 - Philosophy and the World
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                                              Philosophy 2234 - Philosophy and the World                                Arts 30, Français 30, or
                                                    View of Science: Space, Time and                                    equivalent)
                                                    Matter
                                              Philosophy 3402 - Biomedical Ethics
                                              Physics 2020 - The Physics of Everyday Life                                French 2001 - Intermediate
                                              Note: Some of the above courses have                                           Language for Immersion
                                                      prerequisites which may or may not                                     Graduates
                                                      be included in the major.                                          One additional course in
                                 Suggested Sequencing Plan                                                                   French
                                 See www.uleth.ca/ross/sequence_plans/
                                 gen_sci_math_bsc_bed.html.                                            * French 2250 - French Immersion
                                                                                                         French 2300 - Introduction to Modern
                                                                                                              Literature and Literary Analysis
                              General Major in the Sciences/Mathematics                                  French 3001 - Advanced Language I
                              Education                                                                  French 3100 - Survey of Pre-
                              Total number of Arts and Science                                                Revolutionary French Literature
                              courses required for the General Major in                                  French 3450 - Phonetics and Diction
                              the Sciences/Mathematics Education                                         One of:
                              major . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16                    French 4001 - Advanced Language II
                                                                                                              French 4002 - Advanced Studies in
                                  (Independent Study - Optional; may be counted
                                                                                                                    Language (Series)
                                  in required courses for major)
                                                                                                         Two additional French courses at the
                                                                                                              3000/4000 level
                         f.      Modern Languages Education
                                                                                                         In addition students must complete
                                 Students may meet the Modern Languages                                  the following:
                                 Education major requirements by completing
                                 the 14-course Combined Degrees major in                                 Linguistics 2300 - Introduction to
                                 French, the 14-course Combined Degrees                                       Linguistics I: Phonetics and
                                 major in German, the 16-course French/                                       Phonology
                                 German major, or the 16-course French/                                  Linguistics 2600 - Introduction to
                                 Spanish major.                                                               Linguistics II: Morphology, Syntax and
                                                                                                              Semantics
                                 1. Modern Languages Education: French                                   Participation in one 13-week off-campus
                                      Fourteen-course Combined Degrees                                        study semester at a francophone
                                      major in French                                                         university. Students must take two
                                      Required courses:                                                       courses for which the language of
                                                                                                              instruction is French.
                                      One of the following pairs (a. or b.):
                                                                                                       * French 2250 is a required course for Modern
                                           a. Non-Immersion Pair                                         Languages Education: French majors. It is
                                                (for students who have                                   recommended that Modern Languages Education:
                                                completed French 30, French                              French majors successfully complete French 2250
                                                31, or equivalent)                                       before enrolling in Professional Semester I.
                                                                                                  Suggested Sequencing Plan
                                                      French 1500 - Intermediate
                                                          Language I                              See www.uleth.ca/ross/sequence_plans/
                                                      French 2000 - Intermediate                  fren_ba_bed.html.
                                                          Language II
                                                                                              French/Modern Languages Education:
                                                     Note:       Students who have not
                                                                 completed French 30 or       French
                                                                 French 31 (or equivalent)    Minimum number of French courses
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                                                                 should begin their program   required . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10
                                                                 with French 1000 and/or
                                                                 French 1100 depending on     Number of cognate or other courses
                                                                 the placement test (see      required . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4
                                                                 Section 21.v.2,
                                                                 Placement, 140). These       Total number of courses required for
                                                                 courses will count among
                                                                 the 17 courses allowed       the Combined Degrees French/Modern
                                                                 from one department, but     Languages Education: French major. 14
                                                                 will not count toward the
                                                                 minimum number of                (Independent Study - Optional; may be counted
                                                                 courses required for the         in required courses for major)
                                                                 major).
                                              OR
                                              b. Immersion Pair
                                                 (for students who have
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    2.     Modern Languages Education: German                                    Required courses:
           Fourteen-course Combined Degrees                                      French 3450 - Phonetics and Diction
           major in German                                                       Seven additional courses (21.0 credit
           Required courses:                                                           hours) in French
                                                                                 Six courses (18.0 credit hours) in German
         * German 2250 - German Immersion                                        Linguistics 2300 - Introduction to
           Nine additional courses (27.0 credit                                        Linguistics I: Phonetics and
                hours) in German                                                       Phonology
           In addition students must complete                                    Linguistics 2600 - Introduction to
           the following:                                                              Linguistics II: Morphology, Syntax and
           Linguistics 2300 - Introduction to                                          Semantics
                Linguistics I: Phonetics and                                     Five of the above courses (15.0 credit
                Phonology                                                              hours) must be at the 3000/4000
           Linguistics 2600 - Introduction to                                          level, of which three courses (9.0
                Linguistics II: Morphology, Syntax and                                 credit hours) must be in either
                Semantics                                                              French or German
           Participation in the Department’s German                              Immersion Requirement
                Visiting Student program at a                                    All B.A./B.Ed. students with the French/
                German-language university. Students                             German/Modern Languages Education:
                must take two German courses (6.0                                French/German major must present
                credit hours) at the 3000/4000 level.                            (either among the minimum 16 courses or
                For details, see the German Off-                                 in addition to those):
                Campus Studies Coordinator in the
                Department of Modern Languages.                                  One of:
                                                                                     * French 2250 - French Immersion
           Five of the above German courses (15.0                                    * German 2250 - German Immersion
                credit hours) must be at the 3000/
                4000 level                                                       The French Visiting Student Program
                                                                                 (FVSP) or German Visiting Student
           Two of the above German courses (6.0                                  Program (GVSP) normally includes the
                credit hours) must be at the 4000                                immersion course (French 2250 or
                level                                                            German 2250) and at least two courses
           The German Visiting Student Program                                   taught in French or German at a host
                (GVSP) normally includes the                                     university. These courses may be used to
                immersion course (German 2250)                                   meet course requirements in the major if
                and at least five German courses                                 they transfer as French or German
                (15.0 credit hours) at a host                                    courses.
                university.                                                    * French 2250 and German 2250 are required
         * German 2250 is a required course for Modern                           courses for Modern Languages Education (French
           Languages Education: German majors. It is                             and German, respectively) majors. It is
           recommended that Modern Languages Education:                          recommended that Modern Languages Education:
           German majors successfully complete                                   French/German majors successfully complete
           German 2250 before enrolling in Professional                          French 2250 or German 2250 before enrolling in
           Semester I.                                                           Professional Semester I.
    Suggested Sequencing Plan                                             Suggested Sequencing Plan
    See www.uleth.ca/ross/sequence_plans/                                 See www.uleth.ca/ross/sequence_plans/
    germ_ba_bed.html.                                                     fren_germ_ba_bed.html.

German/Modern Languages Education:                                     French/German / Modern Languages
German                                                                 Education: French/German                                             COMBINED DEGREES
Minimum number of German courses                                      Total number of courses required
required . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10    for the French/German / Modern
Number of cognate or other courses                                    Languages Education: French/German
required . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4   major . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16
Total number of courses required                                          (Independent Study - Optional; may be counted
for the Combined Degrees German/                                           in required courses for major)
Modern Languages Education: German
major . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14              4.     Modern Languages Education: French/
    (Independent Study - Optional; may be counted                                Spanish
    in required courses for major)                                               Sixteen-course French/Spanish major
                                                                                 Required courses:
    3.     Modern Languages Education: French/                                   French 3450 - Phonetics and Diction
           German                                                                Six additional courses (18.0 credit hours)
           Sixteen-course French/German major                                         in French

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                                    Seven courses (21.0 credit hours) in                   Theory
                                          Spanish                                          Music 2160 - Theory I
                                    Linguistics 2300 - Introduction to                   * Music 2161 - Musicianship Skills I
                                          Linguistics I: Phonetics and                     Music 2260 - Theory II
                                          Phonology                                      * Music 2261 - Musicianship Skills II
                                    Linguistics 2600 - Introduction to                     Music 3360 - Theory III
                                          Linguistics II: Morphology, Syntax and         * Music 3361 - Musicianship Skills III
                                          Semantics                                        Music 3460 - Theory IV
                                    Five of the above courses (15.0 credit               * Music 3461 - Musicianship Skills IV
                                          hours) must be at the 3000/4000
                                                                                         * 1.5 credit hours
                                          level, of which three courses (9.0
                                          credit hours) must be in either                 Studio
                                          French or Spanish                               Music 2148 - Studio I - (Instrument)
                                    Immersion Requirement                                 Music 2248 - Studio II - (Instrument)
                                                                                          Music 3348 - Studio III - (Instrument)
                                    All B.A./B.Ed. students with the French/
                                                                                          Music 3448 - Studio IV - (Instrument)
                                    Spanish/Modern Languages Education:
                                    French/Spanish major must present (either             Note: Composition is not available as a Studio area in
                                    among the minimum 16 courses or in                          the B.A./B.Ed.
                                    addition to those):                                   Other
                                    One of:                                               Music 3500 - Conducting I
                                        * French 2250 - French Immersion                  Four Music Ensemble Activity courses (each
                                        * Spanish 2250 - Spanish Immersion                    Music Ensemble Activity counts as one-
                                    The French Visiting Student Program                       half course, i.e., 1.5 credit hours).
                                    (FVSP) or Spanish Visiting Student                    Note: Music Ensemble Activity participation is
                                    Program (SVSP) normally includes the                        determined by the focus of the Music major and
                                    immersion course (French 2250 or                            must be fulfilled as follows:
                                    Spanish 2250) and at least two courses                        Major Focus Music Ensemble Activity
                                    taught in French or Spanish at a host                         Studio wind
                                    university. These courses may be used to                      & percussion    Wind Orchestra
                                    meet course requirements in the major if                      Studio voice    University Singers or Women’s 
                                    they transfer as French or Spanish courses.                                   Chorus
                                  * It is recommended that Modern Languages                       Studio pianist
                                    Education: French/Spanish majors successfully                 & guitarist     Music Ensemble Activity 2450,
                                    complete French 2250 or Spanish 2250 before                                   Music Ensemble Activity 2451, 
                                    enrolling in Professional Semester I.                                         and a minimum of two semesters 
                              Suggested Sequencing Plan                                                           (1.5 credit hours each) of:
                                                                                                                        University Singers
                              See www.uleth.ca/ross/sequence_plans/
                              fren_span_ba_bed.html.                                                                    Vox Musica
                                                                                                                        Wind Orchestra
                          French/Spanish / Modern Languages                                                             Women’s Chorus
                          Education: French/Spanish                                               Studio string   Orchestra
                                                                                                                  (or through other approved 
                          Total number of courses required                                                       ensemble or Independent Study 
                          for the French/Spanish / Modern                                                         by permission of the Department 
                          Languages Education: French/Spanish                                                     of Music)
                          major . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16            Not more than two Music Ensemble Activities
                                                                                                  may be counted toward the Ensemble
                              (Independent Study - Optional; may be counted                       participation requirement in a given semester.
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                              in required courses for major)
                                                                                          Courses in Music are offered by the Faculty of
                         g.   Music Education                                             Fine Arts. Music courses taken by students
                                                                                          registered in the Faculty of Arts and Science
                              Students may meet the Music Education major                 count in their programs as Arts and Science
                              requirements by completing the 16-course                    courses.
                              disciplinary major in Music (General Stream).
                                                                                          Students with an interest in Music Education
                              Required courses:                                           are also referred to the combined B.Mus./B.Ed.
                              History                                                     (Section 6, p. 274).
                              Music 2180 - History I: Antiquity to the Mid-               Suggested Sequencing Plan
                                   Renaissance                                            See www.uleth.ca/ross/sequence_plans/
                              Music 2280 - History II: Late Renaissance and               musi_ba_bed.html.
                                   Baroque
                              One of:
                                   Music 3380 - History III: Classical Music
                                   Music 3480 - History IV: Romantic Music

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                                                                                    Native American Studies 3700 -
 Music/Music Education                                                                   Native American Health
 Minimum number of Music courses                                             Of the 13-course major, at least three
 required . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14          courses must be at the 3000 level and at
                                                                              least one at the 4000 level.
 Minimum number of Ensemble Activity
 courses required (one-half credit courses) . 4                               Additional requirements for the
                                                                              Native Education major include:
 Number of cognate courses required . . . . . 0
                                                                              A seven-course school subject minor
 Total number of courses required                                                  (excluding Blackfoot Education,
 for the disciplinary Music/Music                                                  Environmental/Outdoor Education,
 Education major . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16                               Religious Studies Education and any
                                                                                    Career and Technologies Studies
     (Independent Study - Optional; may not be                                      Focus except Business Education)
     counted in required courses for major)
                                                                              Completion of Professional Semester II in
                                                                                    the declared minor
h.   Native Education
                                                                              A Methods course in Native Education
     Students may meet the Native Education major
     requirements by completing the 13-course                                 Completion of Professional Semester III in
     disciplinary major in Native American Studies                                  Special Focus: Native Education (Fall
     or the 16-course General Major in the Social                                   only)
     Sciences.                                                            Suggested Sequencing Plan
     1. Thirteen-course disciplinary major in                             See www.uleth.ca/ross/sequence_plans/
          Native American Studies                                         nas_ba_bed.html.
          Required courses:
          Blackfoot and Cree Languages                                 Native American Studies/Native Education
          One course in either language                                Minimum number of Native American
                                                                       Studies courses required. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13
          Art and Literature
                                                                       Number of cognate courses required . . . . . 0
          One of:
                Native American Studies 2300 -                         Total number of courses required
                     North American Indian Art                         for the disciplinary Native American
                     History and Theory                                Studies/Native Education major . . . . 13
                Native American Studies 2350 -
                     North American Indian Art                            (Independent Study - Optional; may be counted
                     Studio                                               in required courses for major)
                Native American Studies 2600 -                         Additional Requirements for the Native
                     Native American Literature                        Education major
          Culture and History                                          A seven-course school subject minor
          One of:                                                      Completion of Professional Semester II in the
                Native American Studies 2000 -                         minor
                     Native American Philosophy
                Native American Studies 2500 -                         A Methods course in Native Education
                     Canadian Indian History                           Completion of Professional Semester III in
                Native American Studies 2550 - U.S.                    Special Focus: Native Education (Fall only)
                     Indian History
          Law and Politics                                                2.      Sixteen-course General Major in the
                                                                                  Social Sciences
          One of:                                                                                                                       COMBINED DEGREES
                Native American Studies 2100 -                                    Required courses:
                     Aboriginal Peoples and Law                                   At least seven courses in Native American
                Native American Studies 2150 -                                         Studies (Blackfoot and Cree may not
                     Native Rights in the United                                       be included)
                     States                                                     * Four courses in each of two other
                Native American Studies 2800 -                                         disciplines in the Social Sciences
                     Native American Politics                                  ** One Quantitatively-based Methodology
          Contemporary Issues                                                          course
                                                                                  At least six courses must be at the 3000/
          One of:                                                                      4000 level
                Native American Studies 2400 -
                     Traditional Aboriginal Political                           * The other two Social Sciences disciplines must be
                                                                                  chosen from among the following streams:
                     Economy
                                                                                       Anthropology
                Native American Studies 2700 -                                         Archaeology (all courses designated Social
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                                    Economics (all courses designated Social
                                           Science)
                                    Geography (all courses designated Social                General Major in the Social Sciences/Native
                                           Science; Geology courses may not be              Education
                                           included)
                                    History                                                 Total number of Arts and Science
                                    Kinesiology (all courses designated Social              courses required for the General 
                                           Science; Physical Activity courses may
                                           not be included)                                 Major in the Social Sciences/Native
                                    Political Science (all courses designated Social        Education major . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16
                                           Science)
                                    Psychology (all courses designated Social                  (Independent Study - Optional; may be counted
                                           Science; Psychology 1000 may be                     in required courses for major)
                                           included upon application to the
                                           Registrar’s Office and Student Services          Additional Requirements for the Native
                                           [ROSS])                                          Education Major
                                    Sociology
                                    Women and Gender Studies                                A seven-course school subject minor
                              Students are strongly encouraged to choose                    Completion of Professional Semester II in the
                              Social Sciences disciplines which are school
                              subject areas or are taught in the provincial                 minor
                              curriculum.                                                   A Methods course in Native Education
                           ** The Quantitatively-based Methodology course must              Completion of Professional Semester III in
                              be chosen from among the following:
                                                                                            Special Focus: Native Education (Fall only)
                                    Economics 2900 - Economics and Business
                                           Statistics
                                    Geography 2700 - Geographical Data and             i.      Physical Education
                                           Analysis
                                    Psychology 2030 - Methods and Statistics                   Students may meet the Physical Education
                                    Sociology 2130 - Social Statistics I                       major requirements by completing the 15-
                                    Statistics 2780 - Statistical Inference                    course disciplinary major in Kinesiology for the
                                    Note: The above courses have prerequisites                 B.A. or the 16-course General Major in the
                                              which may or may not be included in              Social Sciences.
                                              the major.
                                                                                               1. Fifteen-course disciplinary major in
                             Additional requirements for the
                                                                                                    Kinesiology (B.A.)
                             Native Education major include:
                                                                                                    Required courses:
                             A seven-course school subject minor
                                  (excluding Blackfoot Education,                                   Twelve theory courses
                                  Environmental/Outdoor Education,                                  Kinesiology 1000 - Wellness and Physical
                                  Religious Studies Education and any                                     Activity
                                  Career and Technologies Studies                                   Kinesiology 2000 - Foundations of Motor
                                  Focus except Business Education)                                        Skill Acquisition
                             Completion of Professional Semester II in                              Kinesiology 2110 - Biophysical
                                  the minor                                                               Foundations of Human Movement
                             A Methods course in Native Education                                   Kinesiology 2130 - Humanities
                             Completion of Professional Semester III in                                   Dimensions of Physical Activity
                                  Special Focus: Native Education (Fall                                   Involvement
                                  only)                                                             Kinesiology 2140 - Psychological
                         Suggested Sequencing Plan                                                        Dimensions of Physical Activity
                                                                                                          Involvement
                         See www.uleth.ca/ross/sequence_plans/
                                                                                                    Kinesiology 2150 - Sociological
                         gen_ss_nat_ba_bed.html.
                                                                                                          Dimensions of Physical Activity
                                                                                                          Involvement
                                                                                                    Kinesiology 2200 - Research
                                                                                                          Methodologies in Physical Activity
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                                                                                                          Involvement
                                                                                                    Kinesiology 4620 - Leadership and
                                                                                                          Management of Kinesiology, Sport
                                                                                                          and Recreation
                                                                                                    Two additional 4000-level Kinesiology
                                                                                                          courses
                                                                                                    Two additional 3000/4000-level
                                                                                                          Kinesiology courses
                                                                                                    Six Physical Activity courses
                                                                                                    Six Physical Activity courses including two
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           Note: All B.A./B.Ed. students must                         2.      Sixteen-course General Major in the
                   present, among the six Physical                            Social Sciences
                   Activity courses, the following:
                                                                              Required courses:
                   One course of Gymnastics:
                      Physical Activity 2135, Physical                        At least seven courses in Kinesiology
                        Activity 3105, Physical                                    (designated as Social Science),
                        Activity 3115 - Gymnastics                                 including the following:
                                                                                   Kinesiology 1000 - Wellness and
                   One course of Dance:                                                  Physical Activity
                      Physical Activity 2225, Physical                             Kinesiology 2000 - Foundations of
                        Activity 2235, Physical                                          Motor Skill Acquisition
                        Activity 3225 - Dance                                      Kinesiology 4620 - Leadership and
                   One course of Lifetime Skills:                                        Management of Kinesiology,
                      Physical Activity 2155 - Track                                     Sport and Recreation
                        and Field I                                         * Four courses in each of two other
                      Physical Activity 2445, Physical                             disciplines in the Social Sciences
                        Activity 3445 - Resistance                         ** One Quantitatively-based Methodology
                        Training for Health and                                    course
                        Performance                                           At least six courses must be at the 3000/
                      Physical Activity 2635 - Tennis                              4000 level, at least two of which must
                      Physical Activity 2685, Physical                             be Kinesiology courses
                        Activity 3685 - Badminton                           * The other two Social Sciences disciplines must be
                      Physical Activity 2705, Physical                        chosen from among the following streams:
                        Activity 2715 - Outdoor                                     Anthropology
                        Education                                                   Archaeology (all courses designated Social
                      Physical Activity 3605 -                                             Science)
                        Conditioning for                                            Economics (all courses designated Social
                                                                                           Science)
                        Cardiovascular Health                                       Geography (all courses designated Social
                   One course of Team Sports:                                              Science; Geology courses may not be
                                                                                           included)
                      Physical Activity 2505, Physical                              History
                        Activity 3505 - Basketball                                  Native American Studies (Blackfoot and Cree
                      Physical Activity 2535, Physical                                     courses may not be included)
                        Activity 3535 - Soccer                                      Political Science (all courses designated Social
                                                                                           Science)
                      Physical Activity 2545, Physical                              Psychology (all courses designated Social
                        Activity 3545 - Volleyball                                         Science; Psychology 1000 may be
           Students are strongly encouraged to                                             included upon application to the
                                                                                           Registrar’s Office and Student Services
           complete Physical Activity courses which                                        [ROSS])
           complement the school curriculum.                                        Sociology
           Contact Student Program Services in the                                  Women and Gender Studies
           Faculty of Education for information.                              Students are strongly encouraged to choose
                                                                              Social Sciences disciplines which are school
    Suggested Sequencing Plan                                                 subject areas or are taught in the provincial
                                                                              curriculum.
    See www.uleth.ca/ross/sequence_plans/                                  ** The Quantitatively-based Methodology course must
    knes_ba_bed.html.                                                         be chosen from among the following:
                                                                                    Economics 2900 - Economics and Business
                                                                                           Statistics
Kinesiology/Physical Education                                                      Geography 2700 - Geographical Data and
Minimum number of Kinesiology courses                                                      Analysis
required . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12                 Psychology 2030 - Methods and Statistics
                                                                                    Sociology 2130 - Social Statistics I
Minimum number of Physical Activity                                                Statistics 2780 - Statistical Inference            COMBINED DEGREES
courses required (one-half credit courses) . 6                                      Note: The above courses have prerequisites
                                                                                              which may or may not be included in
Number of cognate courses required . . . . . 0                                                the major.
Total number of courses required for                                 Suggested Sequencing Plan
the disciplinary Kinesiology/Physical                                 See www.uleth.ca/ross/sequence_plans/
Education major . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15                  gen_ss_phys_ba_bed.html.
    (Independent Study - Optional; may be counted
    in required courses for major)




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                                                                                                Biology 3505 - Freshwater Biology
                              General Major in the Social Sciences/                             Biology 3520 - Invertebrate Zoology
                              Physical Education                                                Biology 3530 - Vertebrate Zoology
                                                                                                Biology 3560 - Integrative Plant Biology
                              Total number of Arts and Science                                  Biology 4420 - Environmental Physiology
                              courses required for the General                                 Biology 4440 - Toxicology
                              Major in the Social Sciences/Physical                             Biology 4560 - Plant Development
                              Education major . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16              List 3 - Ecology and Evolutionary
                                 (Independent Study - Optional; may be counted                  Biology
                                 in required courses for major)                                 Biology 3605 - Conservation Biology
                                                                                              * Biology 3610 - Prairie Conservation
                                                                                                Biology 3630 - Field Biology
                         j.      Science Education
                                                                                                Biology 3700 - Ecosystem and Community
                                 Students may meet the Science Education                             Ecology
                                 major requirements by completing the 16-                       Biology 3710 - Population Biology
                                 course Combined Degrees major in Biological                    Biology 3800 - Aquatic Ecosystems
                                 Sciences, the 15-course Combined Degrees                       Biology 4700 - Molecular Ecology
                                 major in Chemistry, the 16-course Combined                     Biology 4710 - Evolutionary and Ecological
                                 Degrees major in Geography (Physical                                Modelling
                                 Geography), the 16-course Combined Degrees                     Biology 4800 - Biology of Symbiotic
                                 major in Physics or the 16-course General                           Interactions
                                 Major in the Sciences.                                       * Prerequisite required: Environmental Science 2000.
                                 1. Sixteen-course Combined Degrees major                     Required cognates:
                                      in Biological Sciences
                                                                                              Biochemistry 2000 - Introductory
                                      Required courses:                                            Biochemistry
                                      Biology 1010 - Cellular Basis of Life                   Chemistry 1000 - General Chemistry I
                                      Biology 1020 - Diversity of Life                        Chemistry 2000 - General Chemistry II
                                      Biology 2000 - Principles of Genetics                   Chemistry 2500 - Organic Chemistry I
                                      Biology 2200 - Principles of Ecology                    One of:
                                      Biology 3300 - Evolution                                     Mathematics 1410 - Elementary
                                      Plus: A minimum of two courses in two of                          Linear Algebra
                                      the following areas: Cellular and Molecular                  Mathematics 1560 - Calculus I
                                      Biology, Organismal Biology, Ecology and                One of:
                                      Evolutionary Biology, and a minimum of                       Physics 1000 - Introduction to
                                      one course in the third area as listed                            Physics I
                                      below. Of these five courses, at least one                   Physics 1050 - Introduction to
                                      must be at the 4000 level.                                        Biophysics (preferred)
                                      List 1 - Cellular and Molecular                         Recommended course:
                                      Biology
                                                                                              Environmental Science 2000 -
                                      Biology 3000 - Gene Expression and                           Fundamentals of Environmental
                                           Regulation                                              Science
                                      Biology 3005 - Genome Maintenance
                                      Biology 3105 - Signal Transduction                 Suggested Sequencing Plan
                                      Biology 3115 - Principles of Cell Growth           See www.uleth.ca/ross/sequence_plans/
                                      Biology 3210 - Experimental Methods in             biol_bsc_bed.html.
                                           Molecular and Cellular Biology
                                      Biology 4100 - Advances in Agricultural
                                                                                     Biological Sciences/Science Education
                                           Biotechnology
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                                      Biology 4110 - Advances in Genetics,           Minimum number of Biology courses
                                           Molecular and Cellular Biology            required . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10
                                      Biology 4130 - Genomics and                    Number of cognate courses required . . . . . 6
                                           Biotechnology
                                      Biology 4140 - RNA Biology                     Total number of courses required
                                      Biology 4170 - Plant Biotechnology             for the Combined Degrees Biological
                                      Biology 4200 - Techniques in Molecular         Sciences/Science Education major . . 16
                                           Biology                                       (Independent Study - Optional; may not be
                                      Biology 4230 - Molecular and Cellular              counted in required courses for major)
                                           Biology of Cancer
                                      List 2 - Organismal Biology
                                      Biology 3310 - Developmental Biology
                                      Biology 3400 - Principles of Microbiology
                                      Biology 3420 - Animal Physiology
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2.    Fifteen-course Combined Degrees major                        Canadian Society for Chemistry nor is it
      in Chemistry                                                 normally sufficient, in the absence of
      The major in Chemistry requires a                            further study in the field, for pursuing
      minimum of ten courses in Chemistry or                       graduate studies in Chemistry at a
      Biochemistry; a maximum of 17 courses                        Canadian university.
      offered by the Department of Chemistry                       Chemistry courses are organized in
      and Biochemistry is allowed for the B.Sc./                   sequences and must be taken in the proper
      B.Ed. degree (see Part 4, Section 3.c,                       order. In addition, several of the 3000-level
      Exceeding Course Limits, p. 75). In                          courses are offered only in alternate years.
      addition, at least three courses in                          As a result, careful planning of the program
      Mathematics and two courses in Physics                       for the major in Chemistry is required in
      are required.                                                order to be in position to take courses
      List A - Required Chemistry Courses                          when they are offered. Consequently,
                                                                   students who intend to pursue a degree
      The following six Chemistry courses must                     program with a major in Chemistry are
      be taken:                                                    advised to seek help in planning their
      Chemistry 1000 - General Chemistry I                         programs from the Departmental advisor
      Chemistry 2000 - General Chemistry II                        or from any faculty member in the
      Chemistry 2410 - Analytical Chemistry I                      Department of Chemistry and
      Chemistry 2500 - Organic Chemistry I                         Biochemistry at an early stage of their
      Chemistry 2600 - Organic Chemistry II                        studies.
      Chemistry 2740 - Physical Chemistry
                                                            Suggested Sequencing Plan
      List B - Elective Chemistry or
      Biochemistry Courses                                  See www.uleth.ca/ross/sequence_plans/
                                                            chem_bsc_bed.html.
      Four of:
            Biochemistry 2000 - Introductory
                 Biochemistry                            Chemistry/Science Education
            Biochemistry 3100 - Proteins,                Minimum number of Chemistry and
                 Enzymes and Nucleic Acids               Biochemistry courses required. . . . . . . . . . 10
            Biochemistry 3300 - Bioenergetics
                                                         Number of cognate courses required . . . . . 5
                 and Metabolism
            Chemistry 3250 - Contemporary                Total number of courses required 
                 Chemistry                               for the Combined Degrees 
            Chemistry 3410 - Analytical                  Chemistry/Science Education 
                 Chemistry II                            major . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15
            Chemistry 3730 - Advanced Physical
                 Chemistry                                   (Independent Study - Optional; may not be
            Chemistry 3830 - Inorganic                       counted in required courses for major)
                 Chemistry I
            Chemistry 3840 - Inorganic                      3.     Sixteen-course Combined Degrees major
                 Chemistry II                                      in Geography
      List C - Required Cognates                                   Required courses:
      The following five courses must be taken:                    Geography 1000 - Introduction to Physical
                                                                        Geography
      Mathematics 1410 - Elementary Linear
                                                                   Geography 2030 - Geomorphology
            Algebra
                                                                   Geography 2300 - Weather and Climate
      Mathematics 1560 - Calculus I
                                                                   Geography 2700 - Geographical Data and
      Mathematics 2560 - Calculus II
                                                                        Analysis
      One of:                                                      Geography 2735 - Introduction to                           COMBINED DEGREES
            Physics 1000 - Introduction to                              Geographical Information Science
                 Physics I (recommended)
                                                                   One of:
            Physics 1050 - Introduction to
                                                                        Geography 2090 - Biogeography
                 Biophysics
                                                                        Geology 2060 - Physical Geology
          * Engineering 2060 - Engineering
                 Mechanics                                         One of:
      Physics 2000 - Introduction to Physics II                         Geography 3710 - Field Techniques in
     * Has prerequisite (Engineering 2000) that is not
                                                                            the Earth Sciences
       part of this major.                                              Geography 3720 - Remote Sensing
                                                                        Geography 3740 - Geographical
      Biology 1010 - Cellular Basis of Life is                              Information Systems
      highly recommended for all students in the
      B.Sc./B.Ed. program whose major is                           Two of:
      Chemistry.                                                        Geography 3035 - Fluvial
                                                                            Geomorphology
      The major in Chemistry for the Combined                           Geography 3060 - Glaciology and
      Degrees program is not accredited by the                              Glacial Geomorphology

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                                      Geography 3080 - Soils                                              One other course offered by the
                                      Geography 3300 - Microclimatology                                       Department of Physics and
                                      Geography 3400 - Hydrology I                                            Astronomy, including courses in
                                 One of:                                                                      Astronomy or Engineering
                                      Geography 4065 - Irrigation Science                                 Required cognates:
                                      Geography 4400 - Hydrology II                                       One of:
                                      Geography 4415 - Integrated                                             Biology 1010 - Cellular Basis of Life
                                           Watershed Management                                               Biology 1020 - Diversity of Life
                                      Geography 4725 - Advanced Remote
                                           Sensing                                                        One of:
                                      Geography 4750 - Glacial Processes,                                     Chemistry 1000 - General
                                           Measurements, and Models                                                Chemistry I
                                                                                                              Chemistry 1110 - Chemistry for Life
                                 Required cognates:                                                                Sciences I
                                 Biology 1020 - Diversity of Life                                         Mathematics 1410 - Elementary Linear
                                 Chemistry 1000 - General Chemistry I                                         Algebra
                                 Physics 1000 - Introduction to Physics I                                 Mathematics 1560 - Calculus I
                                 Mathematics 1560 - Calculus I                                            Mathematics 2560 - Calculus II
                                 Two additional lab-based courses in                                      Mathematics 2570 - Calculus III
                                      Biology, Chemistry, and/or Physics
                                                                                                        * Engineering 2000 and Mathematics 1560 are
                                 Recommended courses:                                                     prerequisites for Engineering 2060.
                                 Biology 1010 - Cellular Basis of Life                                    Students wishing to include 3000-level
                                 Environmental Science 2000 -                                             Physics courses in their program must take
                                      Fundamentals of Environmental                                       Mathematics 2580 (Calculus IV) which is a
                                      Science                                                             prerequisite for such courses except
                             Suggested Sequencing Plan                                                    Physics 3750 and some offerings of the
                                                                                                          Physics 3900 series.
                             See www.uleth.ca/ross/sequence_plans/
                             geog_bsc_bed.html.                                                           It is recommended that Physics majors in
                                                                                                          Combined Degrees include courses in
                                                                                                          Biology, Chemistry, Computer Science,
                         Geography/Science Education                                                      and Mathematics.
                         Minimum number of Geography courses                                              Since a number of senior-level Physics
                         required . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10              courses are offered only in alternate years,
                         Number of cognate courses required . . . . . 6                                   students are advised to plan carefully to
                                                                                                          include the desired courses.
                         Total number of courses required                                                Consequently, students who intend to
                         for the Combined Degrees Geography/                                              pursue a degree program with a major in
                         Science Education major . . . . . . . . . . 16                                   Physics are strongly advised to seek help in
                             (Independent Study - Optional; may not be                                    planning their program from the
                             counted in required courses for major)                                       Department of Physics and Astronomy.
                                                                                                          The major in Physics for the Combined
                             4.     Sixteen-course Combined Degrees Major                                 Degrees program provides a strong
                                    in Physics                                                            foundation in Physics, but it is not normally
                                    Required courses:                                                     sufficient, in the absence of further study
                                                                                                          in the field, for pursuing graduate studies
                                    One of:                                                               in Physics at a Canadian university.
                                          Physics 1000 - Introduction to
                                               Physics I                                           Suggested Sequencing Plan
                                          Physics 1050 - Introduction to
COMBINED DEGREES




                                                                                                   See www.uleth.ca/ross/sequence_plans/
                                               Biophysics                                          phys_bsc_bed.html.
                                        * Engineering 2060 - Engineering
                                               Mechanics
                                                                                               Physics/Science Education
                                    Physics 2000 - Introduction to Physics II
                                    Physics 2020 - The Physics of Everyday Life                Minimum number of Physics courses
                                    Physics 2120 - Introduction to Physics III                 required . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10
                                    Physics 2130 - Waves, Optics and Sound                     Number of cognate courses required . . . . . 6
                                    Physics 2150 - Quantum Mechanics I
                                    Physics 2925 - Introduction to                             Total number of courses required for the
                                          Experimental Physics                                 Combined Degrees Physics/Science
                                    Physics 3750 - Contemporary Physics                        Education major . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16
                                    One of:                                                        (Independent Study - Optional; may be counted
                                          Astronomy 2020 - Modern                                  in required courses for major)
                                               Astronomy
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   5.      Sixteen-course General Major in the                    k.   Social Studies Education
           Sciences                                                    Students may meet the Social Studies Education
           Required courses:                                           major requirements by completing the 16-
           At least seven courses in Biology,                          course Combined Degrees major in
                Chemistry, Physical Geography or                       Anthropology, Economics, Geography, Political
                Physics                                                Science, or Sociology; the 14-course Combined
           Four courses in one other area of Biology,                  Degrees major in History; the 16-course
                Chemistry, Physical Geography or                       multidisciplinary major in Canadian Studies; or
                Physics                                                the 16-course General Major in the Social
         * Four courses from another discipline in                     Sciences.
                the Sciences                                           1. Sixteen-course Combined Degrees major
        ** One course in Science in Human Affairs                           in Anthropology
           At least six courses must be at the 3000/                        Required courses:
                4000 level
                                                                            Anthropology 1000 - The Anthropological
         * The other Science discipline must be chosen from                       Perspective
           among the following streams:
                                                                            Anthropology 2010 - Theory I: Historical
                 Archaeology (all courses designated Science;                     Foundations of Anthropological
                       Liberal Education 3600 may be
                       substituted for one of the courses in                      Thought
                       Archaeology)                                         One of:
                 Biological Sciences (all Biology courses)
                 Chemistry (all courses; includes courses in                      Anthropology 2410 -
                       Biochemistry)                                                   Anthropological Archaeology
                 Computer Science - all courses                                   Anthropology 2510 - Language,
                 Geography (all courses designated Science;                            Culture, and Communication
                       includes courses in Geology)
                 Kinesiology (all courses designated Science;               Anthropology 3000 - Theory II:
                       Physical Activity courses may not be                       Contemporary Anthropological
                       included)                                                  Theory
                 Mathematics (all courses; includes courses in
                       Statistics)                                          One course from Anthropology 3100 -
                 Neuroscience - all courses                                       Series on Regional Ethnography
                 Physics (all courses; includes courses in
                       Astronomy and Engineering)                           Two additional Anthropology courses (6.0
                 Psychology (all courses designated Science)                      credit hours) at the 3000 level,
           Students are strongly encouraged to choose                             excluding Anthropology 3980
           Science disciplines which are school subject                           (Applied Studies) and
           areas or are taught in the provincial
           curriculum.                                                            Anthropology 3990 (Independent
        ** The Science in Human Affairs course must be                            Study)
           chosen from among the following:                                 Two Anthropology courses (6.0 credit
                 Biochemistry 2300 - Elements of Human                            hours) at the 4000 level, excluding
                       Nutrition                                                  Anthropology 4980 (Applied
                 Environmental Science 2000 - Fundamentals                        Studies), Anthropology 4990
                       of Environmental Science
                 Philosophy 2233 - Philosophy and the World                       (Independent Study), and
                       View of Science: Earth and Life Sciences                   Anthropology 4995 (Undergraduate
                 Philosophy 2234 - Philosophy and the World                       Thesis)
                       View of Science: Space, Time and
                       Matter                                               One Anthropology course (3.0 credit
                 Philosophy 3402 - Biomedical Ethics                              hours) at the 2000 level or above
                 Physics 2020 - The Physics of Everyday Life
                                                                            Required cognates:
                 Note: Some of the above courses have
                         prerequisites which may or may not                 One of:
                         be included in the major.                                Economics 1010 - Introduction to
   Suggested Sequencing Plan                                                           Microeconomics                    COMBINED DEGREES

   See www.uleth.ca/ross/sequence_plans/                                          Economics 1012 - Introduction to
   gen_sci_sci_bsc_bed.html.                                                           Macroeconomics
                                                                                  Native American Studies 1000 -
                                                                                       Introduction to Native
General Major in the Sciences/Science                                                  American Studies
Education
                                                                            Geography 2600 - Canada
Total number of Arts and Science                                            History 1000 - Western Civilization
courses required for the General                                           History 2710 - Canada to 1867
Major in the Sciences/Science                                              History 2720 - Canada Since 1867
Education major . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16                        Political Science 2210 - Canadian Politics
                                                                                  and Government
   (Independent Study - Optional; may be counted
   in required courses for major)                                      Suggested Sequencing Plan
                                                                       See www.uleth.ca/ross/sequence_plans/
                                                                       anth_ba_bed.html.

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                                                                                                       Geography 1200 - Introduction to Human
                         Anthropology/Social Studies Education                                               Geography
                                                                                                       Geography 2000 - World Regional
                         Minimum number of Anthropology courses                                              Geography
                         required . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10           Geography 2210 - Spatial Organization of
                         Number of cognate courses required . . . . . 6                                      Economic Activity
                                                                                                       Geography 2535 - Introduction to
                         Total number of courses required for                                               Planning
                         the Combined Degrees Anthropology/                                            Geography 2600 - Canada
                         Social Studies Education major. . . . . 16                                    Geography 2700 - Geographical Data and
                             (Independent Study - Optional; may not be                                       Analysis
                             counted in required courses for major)                                    Geography 3075 - Environmental
                                                                                                             Resources Management
                             2.  Sixteen-course Combined Degrees major                                 Geography 3230 - Urban Social
                                 in Economics                                                                Geography
                                 Required courses:                                                     Required cognates:
                                 Economics 1010 - Introduction to                                      One of:
                                       Microeconomics                                                        Economics 1010 - Introduction to
                                 Economics 1012 - Introduction to                                                  Microeconomics
                                       Macroeconomics                                                        Economics 1012 - Introduction to
                                 Economics 2900 - Economics and Business                                           Macroeconomics
                                       Statistics                                                      History 1000 - Western Civilization
                                 Economics 3010 - Intermediate                                         History 2710 - Canada to 1867
                                       Microeconomic Theory                                            History 2720 - Canada Since 1867
                                 Economics 3012 - Intermediate                                         Native American Studies 1000 -
                                       Macroeconomic Theory                                                  Introduction to Native American
                                 Three Economics courses at the 3000/                                        Studies
                                       4000 level                                                      Political Science 2210 - Canadian Politics
                                                                                                             and Government
                                 Two additional Economics courses
                                                                                                       Recommended courses:
                                 Required cognates:
                                                                                                       Archaeology 1000 - Introduction to
                                 Geography 2600 - Canada                                                     Archaeology
                                 History 1000 - Western Civilization                                   Archaeology 3110 - Archaeology of North
                                 History 2710 - Canada to 1867                                               America
                                 History 2720 - Canada Since 1867                                      Geography 2030 - Geomorphology
                                 Political Science 2210 - Canadian Politics                            Geography 2300 - Weather and Climate
                                       and Government                                                  Geography 3245 - Urbanization in
                                 Statistics 1770 - Introduction to                                           Developing Countries
                                       Probability and Statistics                                      History 3703 - History of Western
                             Suggested Sequencing Plan                                                       Canada
                             See www.uleth.ca/ross/sequence_plans/                                     Political Science 2511 - Introduction to
                             econ_ba_bed.html.                                                               Political Theory
                                                                                                   Suggested Sequencing Plan
                         Economics/Social Studies Education                                        See www.uleth.ca/ross/sequence_plans/
                                                                                                   geog_ba_bed.html.
                         Minimum number of Economics courses
                         required . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10
                         Number of cognate courses required . . . . . 6                        Geography/Social Studies Education
COMBINED DEGREES




                                                                                               Minimum number of Geography courses
                         Total number of courses required for the                              required . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10
                         Combined Degrees Economics/Social
                         Studies Education major . . . . . . . . . . 16                        Number of cognate courses required . . . . . 6

                             (Independent Study - Optional; may be counted                     Total number of courses required 
                             in required courses for major)                                    for the Combined Degrees Geography/
                                                                                               Social Studies Education major. . . . . 16
                             3.     Sixteen-course Combined Degrees major                          (Independent Study - Optional; may not be
                                    in Geography                                                   counted in required courses for major)
                                    Required courses:
                                                                                                   4.     Fourteen-course Combined Degrees
                                    Environmental Science 2000 -
                                                                                                          major in History
                                         Fundamentals of Environmental
                                         Science                                                          Required courses:
                                    Geography 1000 - Introduction to Physical                             History 1000 - Western Civilization
                                         Geography                                                        History 2710 - Canada to 1867

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         History 2720 - Canada Since 1867                                       Political Science 2110 - International
         One of:                                                                      Relations
               History 2001 - Main Themes in                                    Political Science 2210 - Canadian Politics
                    Ancient History                                                   and Government
               History 2100 - Main Themes in                                    Political Science 2310 - Comparative
                    Medieval European History                                         Politics and Government
                                                                                Political Science 2511 - Introduction to
         One of:                                                                      Political Theory
               History 2102 - Early Modern Europe
                    - 1500-1750                                                 Four Political Science courses at the 3000/
               History 2150 - The Politics of Europe                                  4000 level
                    - 1750-1914                                                 One Political Science course at the 4000
         Two of:                                                                      level
               History 2250 - China in the 19th and                             Required cognates:
                    20th Centuries                                              One of:
               History 2290 - Main Themes in East                                     Economics 1010 - Introduction to
                    Asian History                                                           Microeconomics
               History 2300 - Latin America                                           Economics 1012 - Introduction to
               History 2500 - Themes in British                                             Macroeconomics
                    Social and Political History
               History 2600 - Main Themes in the                                Geography 2600 - Canada
                    History of the United States                                History 1000 - Western Civilization
               History 2800 - History of Women                                  History 2710 - Canada to 1867
               Religious Studies 2500 - Christianity                            History 2720 - Canada Since 1867
                                                                                Native American Studies 1000 -
         Two History courses (6.0 credit hours) at                                    Introduction to Native American
               the 3000/4000 level                                                    Studies
         One History course (3.0 credit hours) at                               Note: Political Science 4980 - Applied Studies,
               the 4000 level (excluding                                              Political Science 4990 - Independent
               History 4980 - Applied Studies and                                     Study, and Political Science 4995 -
               History 4990 - Independent Study)                                      Undergraduate Thesis may not be
                                                                                      included as part of the 16-course
         Required cognates:                                                           minimum for the major; they are strongly
         One of:                                                                      encouraged for students taking courses
               Economics 1010 - Introduction to                                       beyond this minimum, however.
                    Microeconomics                                             Recommended courses:
               Economics 1012 - Introduction to
                                                                               Political Science 3130 - International
                    Macroeconomics
                                                                                     Political Economy
         Geography 2600 - Canada                                               Political Science 3221 - The Politics of
         Native American Studies 1000 -                                              Canadian Federalism
               Introduction to Native American                                 Political Science 3242 - Canadian
               Studies                                                               Constitutional Law II: The Charter
         Political Science 2210 - Canadian Politics                            Political Science 3280 - Canadian Political
               and Government                                                        Behaviour
    Suggested Sequencing Plan                                                  Political Science 3511 - Political Thought
    See www.uleth.ca/ross/sequence_plans/                                            Since 1500 (Series)
    hist_ba_bed.html.                                                          History 3703 - History of Western
                                                                                     Canada
                                                                          Suggested Sequencing Plan
History/Social Studies Education
                                                                          See www.uleth.ca/ross/sequence_plans/                             COMBINED DEGREES
Minimum number of History courses                                        poli_ba_bed.html.
required . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10
Number of cognate courses required . . . . . 4
                                                                      Political Science/Social Studies Education
Total number of courses required for                                 Minimum number of Political Science
the Combined Degrees History/Social                                   courses required . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10
Studies Education major . . . . . . . . . . 14
                                                                      Number of cognate courses required . . . . . 6
    (Independent Study - Optional; may be counted
    in required courses for major)                                    Total number of courses required
                                                                      for the Combined Degrees
                                                                      Political Science/Social Studies
    5.     Sixteen-course Combined Degrees major                      Education major . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16
           in Political Science
           Required courses:                                              (Independent Study - Optional; may be counted
                                                                          in required courses for major)
           Political Science 1000 - Introduction to
                 Political Science

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                             6.     Sixteen-course Combined Degrees major                            French 2001 - Intermediate Language
                                    in Sociology                                                          for Immersion Graduates
                                    Required courses:                                                French 2200 - Culture and
                                                                                                          Civilization I
                                    Sociology 1000 - Introduction to                                 French 2300 - Introduction to
                                          Sociology                                                       Modern Literature and Literary
                                    Sociology 2100 - Research Methodology                                 Analysis
                                    Sociology 2200 - Classical Sociological
                                          Theory                                               Geography 2600 - Canada
                                    Sociology 2210 - Contemporary                              History 1000 - Western Civilization
                                          Sociological Theory                                  History 2710 - Canada to 1867
                                                                                               History 2720 - Canada Since 1867
                                    Five 3000/4000-level options in Sociology                  Native American Studies 1000 -
                                    One of:                                                          Introduction to Native American
                                          Sociology 3110 - Survey Research                           Studies
                                          Sociology 3120 - Qualitative                         Political Science 2210 - Canadian Politics
                                               Research Methods                                      and Government
                                    Required cognates:                                         One of:
                                    One of:                                                          Economics 1010 - Introduction to
                                          Economics 1010 - Introduction to                                Microeconomics
                                               Microeconomics                                        Economics 1012 - Introduction to
                                          Economics 1012 - Introduction to                                Macroeconomics
                                               Macroeconomics                                  Options (Five courses from the
                                          Native American Studies 1000 -                             following, including at least four
                                               Introduction to Native                                courses at the 3000/4000 level):
                                               American Studies                                English 3001 - Canadian Poetry
                                    Geography 2600 - Canada                                    English 3002 - Contemporary Canadian
                                    History 1000 - Western Civilization                              Drama
                                    History 2710 - Canada to 1867                              French 3001 - Advanced Language I
                                    History 2720 - Canada Since 1867                           French 3200 - Culture and Civilization II
                                    Political Science 2210 - Canadian Politics                       (Series)
                                          and Government                                       French 3500 - Survey of French or French-
                                                                                                     Canadian Literature (Series)
                             Suggested Sequencing Plan                                         French 3600 - Literary Genres (Series)
                             See www.uleth.ca/ross/sequence_plans/                             French 4001 - Advanced Language II
                             soci_ba_bed.html.                                                 French 4002 - Advanced Studies in
                                                                                                     Language (Series)
                                                                                               French 4600 - Seminar in Literature
                         Sociology/Social Studies Education                                          (Series)
                         Minimum number of Sociology courses                                   History 3703 - History of Western
                         required . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10         Canada
                         Number of cognate courses required . . . . . 6                        History 3707 - Canada Since 1939
                                                                                               History 3708 - History of Atlantic Canada
                         Total number of courses required for the                              History 4070 - Seminars in Canadian
                         Combined Degrees Sociology/Social                                           History (Series)
                         Studies Education major . . . . . . . . . . 16                        One of:
                             (Independent Study - Optional; may be counted                           Native American Studies 2100 -
                             in required courses for major)                                               Aboriginal Peoples and Law
                                                                                                     Native American Studies 2400 -
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                             7.     Sixteen-course multidisciplinary major in                             Traditional Aboriginal Political
                                    Canadian Studies.                                                     Economy
                                    Required core (11 courses):                                      Native American Studies 2500 -
                                                                                                          Canadian Indian History
                                    English 1900 - Introduction to Language                          Native American Studies 2600 -
                                         and Literature                                                   Native American Literature
                                    English 2000 - Survey of Canadian                                Native American Studies 2800 -
                                         Literature                                                       Native American Politics
                                    Two of:                                                    Native American Studies 3100 - Law and
                                         French 1000 - Beginners’ French I                           Aboriginal Development in Canada
                                         French 1100 - Beginners’ French II                    Native American Studies 3400 -
                                         French 1500 - Intermediate                                  Contemporary Aboriginal Political
                                              Language I                                             Economy
                                         French 2000 - Intermediate                            Native American Studies 3500 - History of
                                              Language II                                            Prairie Indian Treaties
                                                                                               Native American Studies 4700 - The Métis


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       Political Science 3120 - Canadian Foreign               Four courses in one other Social Science
             Policy                                                 discipline chosen from the following
       Political Science 3221 - The Politics of                     streams: Economics, Geography, or
             Canadian Federalism                                    Political Science
       Political Science 3230 - Provincial                   * Four courses in one other discipline in the
             Government and Politics                                Social Sciences
       Political Science 3241 - Canadian                    ** One Quantitatively-based Methodology
             Constitutional Law I: The Structures                   course
             and Powers                                        At least six courses must be at the 3000/
       Political Science 3242 - Canadian                            4000 level
             Constitutional Law II: The Charter              * The other Social Science discipline must be chosen
       Political Science 3243 - Courts, Law, and               from among the following streams:
             Politics in Canada                                      Anthropology
       Political Science 3260 - Canadian Public                      Archaeology (all courses designated Social
             Policy                                                         Science)
       Political Science 3280 - Canadian Political                   Economics (all courses designated Social
                                                                            Science)
             Behaviour                                               Geography (all courses designated Social
       Political Science 4200 - Seminars in                                 Science; Geology courses may not be
             Canadian Politics and Government                               included)
             (Series)                                                Kinesiology (all courses designated Social
                                                                            Science)
       Selected Topics courses, Applied Studies,                     Native American Studies (Blackfoot and Cree
       Independent Studies, and offerings in the                            courses may not be included)
                                                                     Political Science (all courses designated Social
       French 3200, French 3500, French 3600,                               Science)
       and French 4600 Series may be counted as                      Psychology (all courses designated Social
       options toward the major provided (1)                                Science; Psychology 1000 may be
       they are clearly related to Canadian                                 included upon application to the
                                                                            Registrar’s Office and Student Services
       Studies and (2) they are approved by the                             [ROSS])
       Coordinator of Canadian Studies.                              Sociology
       Students are strongly encouraged to                           Women and Gender Studies
       choose Options courses which are                        Students are strongly encouraged to choose
                                                               Social Sciences disciplines which are school
       associated with the provincial Social                   subject areas or are taught in the provincial
       Studies curriculum (i.e. History, Native                curriculum.
       American Studies, Political Science)                 ** The Quantitatively-based Methodology course must
       Note: Many of the options courses require               be chosen from among the following:
             prerequisites, thus students should choose              Economics 2900 - Economics and Business
             courses with this in mind.                                     Statistics
                                                                     Geography 2700 - Geographical Data and
       Recommended courses:                                                 Analysis
       Art History/Museum Studies 3240 -                             Psychology 2030 - Methods and Statistics
                                                                     Sociology 2130 - Social Statistics I
            Canadian Art History to 1940                             Statistics 2780 - Statistical Inference
       Art History/Museum Studies 3245 -                             Note: The above courses have prerequisites
            Canadian Art History: 1940 to the                                  which may or may not be included in
            Present                                                            the major.
       English 3810 - Contemporary Canadian                   Recommended courses:
            Literature                                        Economics 1010 - Introduction to
       Sociology 2010 - Canadian Society                            Microeconomics
                                                              Economics 1012 - Introduction to
Canadian Studies/Social Studies Education                           Macroeconomics
                                                              Geography 2600 - Canada
Total number of courses required for the                      Native American Studies 1000 -                            COMBINED DEGREES
multidisciplinary Canadian Studies/                                 Introduction to Native American
Social Studies Education major. . . . . 16                          Studies
                                                              Political Science 2210 - Canadian Politics
  (Independent Study - Optional; may be counted
                                                                    and Government
  in required courses for major)
                                                          Suggested Sequencing Plan
  8.   Sixteen-course General Major in the                See www.uleth.ca/ross/sequence_plans/
       Social Sciences                                    gen_ss_ss_ba_bed.html.
       Required courses:
       At least seven courses in History,
            including the following:
            History 1000 - Western Civilization
            History 2710 - Canada to 1867
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                                                                                                    f.   Education Specialization Requirements
                                      General Major in the Social Sciences/Social                        Students may elect to complete a specialization in
                                      Studies Education                                                  addition to a major or minor. Students will be eligible to
                                                                                                         receive an endorsement on their official transcript upon
                                      Total number of Arts and Science                                   completion of a specialization.
                                      courses required for the General
                                      Major in the Social Sciences/Social                                Education students completing a major or minor may not
                                      Studies Education major . . . . . . . . . . 16                     include, in the specialization, any of the courses that are
                                                                                                         included in the minimum requirements for their major or
                                          (Independent Study - Optional; may be counted                  minor.
                                          in required courses for major)                                 Please refer to Part 8 - Education, Section 8.
                                                                                                         Education Specializations (p. 172) for information
                         e.   Education Minor Requirements                                               on Education Specialization Requirements.
                              Students may elect to complete a minor in addition to a               g.   Academic Regulations
                              major. The minor must be a school subject, and must not
                                                                                                         In the Combined Degrees program, students divide their
                              be the same subject as the major.
                                                                                                         time between two different Faculties which measure
                              There are 19 Education minors: Art Education, Blackfoot                    different standards of academic performance. Students
                              Language Education, Career and Technology Studies                          should read the academic regulations for each Faculty in
                              (CTS): Agriculture Focus, Career and Technology Studies                    which a portion of the Combined Degrees will be taken.
                              (CTS): Business Focus, Career and Technology Studies                       For the B.A./B.Ed. or B.Sc./B.Ed., students should be
                              (CTS): Communication Focus, Career and Technology                          aware of the Arts and Science regulations (Part 7) and
                              Studies (CTS): Community Health Focus, Career and                          the Education regulations (Part 8).
                              Technology Studies (CTS): Computer Technologies
                              Focus, Career and Technology Studies (CTS): Natural                   h.   Residence Requirement
                              Resources Focus, Drama Education, English Language                         Students must complete a minimum of 30 courses at the
                              Arts Education, Environmental/Outdoor Education,                           University of Lethbridge, including 15 Education courses,
                              Mathematics Education, Modern Languages Education                          and 15 Arts and Science courses including at least one-
                              (French, German or Spanish), Music Education, Native                       half of the required courses in the major.
                              Education, Physical Education, Religious Studies
                              Education, Science Education and Social Studies                       i.   Education Special Study Arrangements
                              Education.                                                                 Applied Studies
                              With the exception of the minor for Native Education                       Eligible students in the Faculty of Education may earn up
                              majors, minors include five non-Education courses and an                   to five course credits through Applied Studies, designated
                              appropriate Education methods course, usually selected                     by the numbers Education 2501, Education 2510 and
                              from the Education 3700 series. The minor for Native                       Education 4980. The Applied Studies Program for the
                              Education majors includes seven non-Education courses                      Faculty of Education is coordinated through the
                              in a school subject and an appropriate Education methods                   Coordinator of Applied Studies, Faculty of Arts and
                              course.                                                                    Science, in consultation with the Associate Dean, Faculty
                              Note: For Native Education majors, the additional courses for              of Education.
                                    completion of a minor are two electives in the school subject        Independent Study
                                    (see Part 8 - Education, Section 5.a.3. Minors for
                                    Native Education Majors, p. 164).                                    A maximum of two Independent Studies may be
                                                                                                         completed in the B.Ed. portion of the B.A./B.Ed. or B.Sc./
                              Students are eligible to receive an endorsement on their                   B.Ed. (see Part 4, Section 3.c, Exceeding Course
                              official transcripts upon completion of a minor.                           Limits, p. 75).
                              For all majors, Education students may not include, in any                 Study Tours
                              minor, any of the courses (including cognates) which are
                              included in the major.                                                     Credit may be received for a maximum of two Study Tour
                                                                                                         courses (Education 4920). The Study Tours must be
                              For a listing of Education minor requirements, see Part 8                  approved in advance by the Assistant Dean, Student
COMBINED DEGREES




                              - Education, Section 7. Education Minors (p. 168).                         Program Services, Faculty of Education.
                              Students are urged to seek advice from Student Program
                              Services in the Faculty of Education regarding appropriate
                              course choice and an appropriate Education course.




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4.   BACHELOR OF FINE ARTS (ART)/BACHELOR OF                                              Arts and Science courses and five appropriate
     EDUCATION                                                                            Education courses.
     a.   Admission                                                                       Note: Students who have not completed a major portion
                                                                                                of the General Liberal Education Requirement
          Students begin this program in the Faculty of Fine Arts                               prior to admission to the program may not be able
          where they progress toward completion of Fine Arts                                    to complete the Combined Degrees requirements
          degree requirements and prepare to meet the admission                                 in the specified number of courses.
          requirements for the Faculty of Education. Students                        b.   A minimum cumulative grade point average of
          admitted to the Faculty of Fine Arts may declare their                          2.50 on all UofL and transferable courses taken
          intention of completing the combined B.F.A. (Art)/B.Ed.                         within the semesters containing the last 20
          degrees. Such students who have not yet been admitted                           courses (60.0 credit hours).
          to the Faculty of Education are designated pre-B.F.A.
                                                                                     c.   Completion of a minimum of eight courses
          (Art)/B.Ed. After completion of the minimum number of
                                                                                          (24.0 credit hours) in Art and/or Art History/
          courses required to be eligible for admission to the
                                                                                          Museum Studies, including all transferable
          Faculty of Education, students may apply and, if accepted,
                                                                                          courses, with a minimum cumulative grade
          be formally enrolled in the B.F.A. (Art)/B.Ed. Combined
                                                                                          point average of 2.50.
          Degrees program.
                                                                                     d.   Credit in Education 2500 - Practicum I -
          Students are not officially in the program until they have
                                                                                          Orientation to Teaching (or equivalent)
          been admitted to BOTH the Faculty of Fine Arts (through
                                                                                          including a favourable recommendation from
          admission to the University) and the Faculty of Education.
                                                                                          the instructor (see Section 6.b.4.
          If a student is admitted to the Combined Degrees
                                                                                          Education 2500 Prerequisite, p. 165).
          program and subsequently chooses to withdraw from
                                                                                          Students who do not receive a favourable
          Education, the student must make formal application to
                                                                                          recommendation for admission to the Faculty
          the Faculty in which he or she intends to pursue a degree.
                                                                                          of Education may be permitted to re-enroll in
          Note: The Faculty of Education does not offer a B.Ed. degree alone,             the course after one full year provided they can
                except after an approved degree; first degree students must               demonstrate that they have sufficiently
                be admitted to a Combined Degrees program in order to
                receive a B.Ed.
                                                                                          remediated inadequacies in their previous
                                                                                          performance.
          1.   Faculty of Education Admission Requirements for
                                                                                     e.   Demonstrated proficiency in written and oral
               the 50-Course (150.0 credit hours) B.F.A. (Art)/B.Ed.
                                                                                          English by the June 1 document deadline. A
               Based on the Faculty’s quota system, normally a total                      student may meet the Writing Proficiency
               of 216 students in all programs will be admitted to                        Requirement in any of the following ways:
               the Faculty each June to begin their studies in the Fall
                                                                                          •    obtaining a grade of 75 percent or higher
               Semester. For application and document deadlines,
                                                                                               on the English Language Arts 30-1 Alberta
               see Part 1 - Admission, p. 29.
                                                                                               Diploma exam
               Students should note that completion of pre-
                                                                                          •    obtaining a final grade of 80 percent or
               Education requirements does not guarantee
                                                                                               higher in English Language Arts 30-1 or its
               admission to the program. For qualified applicants
                                                                                               equivalent from any province
               admission decisions are based primarily on
               evaluation of performance in Education 2500, a                             •    passing the Alberta Universities’ Writing
               writing proficiency requirement, and grade point                                Competence Test (AUWCT)
               average calculated on all UofL and transferable                            •    obtaining a pass in the ‘Writing for
               courses taken within the semesters containing the                               University’ course
               last 20 university-level courses (60.0 credit hours),                      •    obtaining a grade of ‘B’ (3.00 on a 4.0
               including courses in a previous degree and courses                              scale) or higher in Writing 1000
               taken subsequently.
                                                                                          •    obtaining a grade of ‘B’ (3.00 on a 4.0
               Note: While application for admission after 20 courses is the
                     preferred academic plan, those students who complete
                                                                                               scale) or higher in a university English
                     30 or more courses may also apply for admission to this                   course                                               COMBINED DEGREES
                     program.                                                             •    successful completion of a recognized
               Students must meet the following minimum                                        degree from an English-language university
               qualifications for admission to the Faculty of                             Students are encouraged to consult early with
               Education:                                                                 the Faculty of Education, Student Program
               a. Completion of a minimum of 19 Fine Arts and                             Services Office regarding procedures for
                     Arts and Science courses (57.0 credit hours).                        meeting the Writing Proficiency Requirement.
                     Education courses (other than Education 2500)              2.   Special Case Admission
                     taken at the University of Lethbridge before                    Students who have a good academic record but who
                     the completion of Professional Semester I do                    for some reason had a period of time when their
                     not contribute to the fulfillment of B.Ed.                      performance was significantly lower, may apply for
                     program requirements.                                           Special Case admission (up to four such students
                     Students who transfer from another institution                  may be admitted). See Part 8 - Education,
                     with 20 courses will be considered for                          Section 4.b. Special Case Admission (p. 162)
                     admission with a minimum of 15 Fine Arts and                    for details.
                                                                                3.   Aboriginal Special Case Admission
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                                    The Faculty of Education provides two special                       Art Studio: List III
                                    admission opportunities for students of Aboriginal                  Two of (6.0 credit hours):
                                    descent. See Part 8 - Education, Section 4.c.                           Art 3007 - Printmaking III
                                    Special Admission Procedures for Students of                            Art 3011 - Drawing III
                                    Aboriginal Descent (p. 162) for details.                                Art 3015 - Art Studio (Series)
                         b.   Faculty of Fine Arts Requirements for the 50-                                 Art 3024 - Painting III
                              Course (150.0 credit hours) B.F.A. (Art)/B.Ed.                                Art 3028 - Photo-Arts III
                                                                                                            Art 3034 - Sculpture III
                              1.    Completion of 22 Art and/or Art History/Museum                          Art 3035 - Context and Environment
                                    Studies courses (66.0 credit hours) with a grade                        Art 3062 - Media Arts III (Audio Art/Sound
                                    point average of at least 2.00.                                              Studio)
                              2.    Completion of the General Liberal Education                         Art History: List A
                                    Requirement (see Part 4 - Academic                                  One of (3.0 credit hours):
                                    Regulations, Section 11, p. 89).                                        Art History/Museum Studies 2900 -
                                                                                                                 Introduction to Museum Studies
                              3.    Completion of at least eight Art and/or Art History/
                                                                                                            Art History/Museum Studies 3200 - 19th-
                                    Museum Studies courses (24.0 credit hours) at the
                                                                                                                 Century Art History
                                    3000/4000 level.
                                                                                                            Art History/Museum Studies 3215 - 20th-
                              4.    A maximum of three Independent Studies (9.0 credit                           Century Art History to 1945
                                    hours) (see Part 4, Section 3.c, Exceeding                              Art History/Museum Studies 3240 - Canadian
                                    Course Limits, p. 75).                                                       Art History to 1940
                              5.    Not more than eight courses may be taken at the                     Art History: List B
                                    0100/1000 level for credit toward the degree.                       One of (3.0 credit hours):
                                    Activity courses are exempted from this limit.                          Art History/Museum Studies 3220 -
                                    Language courses are offered in the 0100-1990                                Art: 1945 to 1970
                                    range. Only the first course in the range counts                        Art History/Museum Studies 3245 - Canadian
                                    toward this limit in the language subjects of French,                        Art History: 1940 to the Present
                                    German, Greek, Japanese, Latin and Spanish. Only                        Art History/Museum Studies 3270 - Issues in
                                    one of Economics 1010 and Economics 1012 will be                             Contemporary Art and Theory
                                    counted toward this limit. Only one of Biology 1010                 Art History: List C
                                    and Biology 1020 will be counted toward this limit.
                                                                                                        One of (3.0 credit hours):
                                    Only one of Geography 1000 and Geography 1200
                                                                                                            Art History/Museum Studies 3151 - Art
                                    will be counted toward this limit (see Part 4,
                                                                                                                 History (Series)
                                    Section 3.c, Exceeding Course Limits, p. 75).
                                                                                                            Art History/Museum Studies 3250 - Northwest
                              6.    Required Art and Art History/Museum                                          Coast Art
                                    Studies Courses:                                                        Art History/Museum Studies 3850 - Topics in
                                    Note: * = 6.0 credit hours                                                   Art History/Museum Studies
                                     Art 2031 - Foundation Studio (Drawing and Image)                       Art History/Museum Studies 3900 - Critical
                                     Art 2032 - Foundation Studio (Object and Space)                             Issues in Museum Studies
                                     Art 3010 - Drawing I                                                   Art History/Museum Studies 4000 - Museum
                                   * Art 3040 - Advanced Studio (6.0 credit hours)                               Studies Internship
                                     Art 3060 - Media Arts I (Computer Art)                                 Art History/Museum Studies 4150 - Art
                                   * Art 4048 - Senior Studio (6.0 credit hours)                                 History (Series)
                                     Art History/Museum Studies 1000 - Introduction to                  One further course chosen from Art History Lists
                                          Art                                                               A, B, or C
                                     Art History/Museum Studies 2001 - Contemporary
                                                                                                        Art Elective:
                                          Art Practices and Theories
                                     Art History/Museum Studies 2225 - Western Art                      One elective Art or Art History/Museum Studies
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                                          from Prehistory to the French Revolution                          course (3.0 credit hours)
                                     Art Studio: List I                                     c.   Faculty of Education Requirements for the 50-
                                     Two of (6.0 credit hours):                                  Course (150.0 credit hours) B.F.A. (Art)/B.Ed.
                                          Art 3005 - Printmaking I                               1.     Application and admission to the Faculty of
                                          Art 3022 - Painting I                                         Education.
                                          Art 3026 - Photo-Arts I
                                          Art 3032 - Sculpture I                                 2.      Completion of the equivalent of 20 Education
                                     Art Studio: List II                                                 courses including:
                                     Two of (6.0 credit hours):                                          Education 2500
                                          Art 3006 - Printmaking II                                    * Professional Semesters I, II and III (Education 4574)
                                          Art 3023 - Painting II                                      ** One Education Foundation course
                                          Art 3027 - Photo-Arts II                                       Three Education electives
                                          Art 3033 - Sculpture II                                      * Students entering the Faculty of Education should note that
                                          Art 3061 - Media Arts II (Video Sketchbook)                    practicum placements include locations outside of Lethbridge.
                                          Art 3160 - Drawing II (The Body)                               Students must be prepared to travel. Some locations require
                                                                                                         relocation Monday to Friday.
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            While not an admission requirement to the Faculty of Education,         Education, Section 8. Education Specializations
            some school jurisdictions and schools may require a criminal            (p. 172) for information on Education Specialization
            record check (or equivalent) from student teachers prior to             Requirements.
            practicum. The student is responsible for the cost of obtaining
            such documentation.                                                h.   Residence Requirement
          ** The Education Foundation Requirement may be met in the                 Students must complete a minimum of 30 courses (90.0
             following ways:                                                        credit hours) at the University of Lethbridge, including a
             a.     One course from the following list:                             minimum of seven Art and/or Art History/Museum
                    Education 4310 - Comparative Studies of Education in            Studies courses (21.0 credit hours) and 15 Education
                       Developed and Third World Nations                            courses. Students should note that the residence
                    Education 4311 - World Issues and Problems in Education
                    Education 4320 - Education and Society from a                   requirement for the B.F.A. (Art)/B.Ed. is subject to the
                       Sociological Perspective                                     Faculty of Fine Arts transfer policy. If a student withdraws
                    Education 4321 - Social Issues in Education                     from the B.F.A. (Art)/B.Ed. and is admitted to a program
                    Education 4341 - Foundations of Multicultural Education         offered by the Faculty of Arts and Science, transfer credit
                       in Canada
                    Education 4360 - Studies in the History of Western              will be reassessed based on the Faculty of Arts and
                       Education                                                    Science transfer policy.
                    Education 4361 - History of Canadian Education
                    Education 4362 - Concepts of Childhood in the History of   i.   Education Special Study Arrangements
                       Education
                    Education 4380 - Developing a Philosophy of Education           Applied Studies
                    Education 4381 - Ethics of Teaching                             Eligible students in the Faculty of Education may earn up
                    Education 4391 - Seminar in Educational Foundations             to five course credits through Applied Studies, designated
                       (Series)
             b.     One appropriate Independent Study.
                                                                                    by the numbers Education 2501, Education 2510 and
                                                                                    Education 4980. The Applied Studies program for the
     3.     Maintenance of a grade point average of 2.50 in                         Faculty of Education is coordinated through the
            Education courses.                                                      Coordinator of Applied Studies, the Faculty of Arts and
                                                                                    Science, in consultation with the Associate Dean, Faculty
     4.     Completion of the appropriate Education major as
                                                                                    of Education.
            defined by the program.
                                                                                    Independent Study
     5.     Maintenance of a program GPA of 2.50 in the
                                                                                    A maximum of two Independent Studies may be
            appropriate Education major.
                                                                                    completed in the B.Ed. portion of the B.F.A. (Art)/B.Ed.
     6.     Completion of the General Liberal Education                             (see Part 4, Section 3.c, Exceeding Course Limits,
            Requirement (see Part 4 - Academic                                      p. 75).
            Regulations, Section 11, p. 89).                                        Study Tours
d.   Suggested Sequencing Plan                                                      Credit may be received for a maximum of two Study Tour
     See www.uleth.ca/ross/sequence_plans/art_ba_bed.html                           courses (Education 4920). The Study Tours must be
     for a suggested sequencing plan for the B.F.A. (Art)/B.Ed.                     approved in advance by the Assistant Dean, Student
     Combined Degrees program.                                                      Program Services, Faculty of Education (see Student
                                                                                    Program Services for policies and procedures governing
e.   Academic Regulations                                                           Study Tours).
     In the Combined Degrees program, students divide their
     time between two different Faculties which measure
     different standards of academic performance. Students
     should read the academic regulations for each Faculty in
     which a portion of the Combined Degrees will be taken.
     For the B.F.A. (Art)/B.Ed., students should be aware of the
     Education regulations (Part 8) and Fine Arts regulations
     (Part 9).
f.   Education Minor Requirements                                                                                                                  COMBINED DEGREES
     Students may elect to complete a minor in addition to a
     major. The minor must be a school subject and include
     five non-Education courses and an appropriate Education
     methods course, usually selected from the
     Education 3700 series. Students are eligible to receive an
     endorsement on their official transcripts upon
     completion of a minor. Please refer to Part 8 -
     Education, Section 7. Education Minors (p. 168)
     for information on Education Minor Requirements.
g.   Education Specialization Requirements
     Students may elect to complete a specialization in
     addition to a major or minor. Students will be eligible to
     receive an endorsement on their official transcript upon
     completion of a specialization. Please refer to Part 8 -


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                   5.    BACHELOR OF FINE ARTS (DRAMATIC ARTS)/                                               Arts and Science courses and five appropriate
                         BACHELOR OF EDUCATION                                                                Education courses.
                         a.   Admission                                                                       Note: Students who have not completed a major portion
                                                                                                                    of the General Liberal Education Requirement
                              Students begin this program in the Faculty of Fine Arts                               prior to admission to the program may not be able
                              where they progress toward completion of Fine Arts                                    to complete the Combined Degrees requirements
                              degree requirements, and prepare to meet the admission                                in the specified number of courses.
                              requirements for the Faculty of Education. Students                        b.   A minimum cumulative grade point average of
                              admitted to the Faculty of Fine Arts may declare their                          2.50 on all UofL and transferable courses taken
                              intention of completing the combined B.F.A. (Dramatic                           within the semesters containing the last 20
                              Arts)/B.Ed. degrees. Such students who have not yet been                        courses (60.0 credit hours).
                              admitted to the Faculty of Education are designated pre-
                                                                                                         c.   Completion of a minimum of eight courses
                              B.F.A. (Dramatic Arts)/B.Ed. After completion of the
                                                                                                              (24.0 credit hours) in Dramatic Arts, including
                              minimum number of courses required to be eligible for
                                                                                                              all transferable courses, with a minimum
                              admission to the Faculty of Education, students may apply
                                                                                                              cumulative grade point average of 2.50.
                              and, if accepted, be formally enrolled in the B.F.A.
                              (Dramatic Arts)/B.Ed. Combined Degrees program.                            d.   Credit in Education 2500 - Practicum I -
                                                                                                              Orientation to Teaching (or equivalent)
                              Students are not officially in the program until they have
                                                                                                              including a favourable recommendation from
                              been admitted to BOTH the Faculty of Fine Arts (through
                                                                                                              the instructor (see Section 6.b.4.
                              admission to the University) and the Faculty of Education.
                                                                                                              Education 2500 Prerequisite, p. 165).
                              If a student is admitted to the Combined Degrees
                                                                                                              Students who do not receive a favourable
                              program and subsequently chooses to withdraw from
                                                                                                              recommendation for admission to the Faculty
                              Education, the student must make formal application to
                                                                                                              of Education may be permitted to re-enroll in
                              the Faculty in which he or she intends to pursue a degree.
                                                                                                              the course after one full year provided they can
                              Note: The Faculty of Education does not offer a B.Ed. degree alone,             demonstrate that they have sufficiently
                                    except after an approved degree; first degree students must               remediated inadequacies in their previous
                                    be admitted to a Combined Degrees program in order to
                                    receive a B.Ed.
                                                                                                              performance.
                                                                                                         e.   Demonstrated proficiency in written and oral
                              1.   Faculty of Education Admission Requirements for
                                                                                                              English by the June 1 document deadline. A
                                   the 50-Course B.F.A. (Dramatic Arts)/B.Ed.
                                                                                                              student may meet the Writing Proficiency
                                   Based on the Faculty’s quota system, normally a total                      Requirement in any of the following ways:
                                   of 216 students in all programs will be admitted to
                                                                                                              •    obtaining a grade of 75 percent or higher
                                   the Faculty each June to begin their studies in the Fall
                                                                                                                   on the English Language Arts 30-1 Alberta
                                   Semester. For application and document deadlines,
                                                                                                                   Diploma exam
                                   see Part 1 - Admission, p. 29.
                                                                                                              •    obtaining a final grade of 80 percent or
                                   Students should note that completion of pre-
                                                                                                                   higher in English Language Arts 30-1 or its
                                   Education requirements does not guarantee
                                                                                                                   equivalent from any province
                                   admission to the program. For qualified applicants
                                   admission decisions are based primarily on                                 •    passing the Alberta Universities’ Writing
                                   evaluation of performance in Education 2500, a                                  Competence Test (AUWCT)
                                   writing proficiency requirement, and grade point                           •    obtaining a pass in the ‘Writing for
                                   average calculated on all UofL and transferable                                 University’ course
                                   courses taken within the semesters containing the                          •    obtaining a grade of ‘B’ (3.00 on a 4.0
                                   last 20 university-level courses (60.0 credit hours),                           scale) or higher in Writing 1000
                                   including courses in a previous degree and courses
                                   taken subsequently.                                                        •    obtaining a grade of ‘B’ (3.00 on a 4.0
                                                                                                                   scale) or higher in a university English
                                   Note: While application for admission after 20 courses is the
                                         preferred academic plan, those students who complete
                                                                                                                   course
COMBINED DEGREES




                                         up to 30 courses may also apply for admission to this                •    successful completion of a recognized
                                         program.                                                                  degree from an English-language university
                                   Students must meet the following minimum                                   Students are encouraged to consult early with
                                   qualifications for admission to the Faculty of                             the Faculty of Education, Student Program
                                   Education:                                                                 Services Office regarding procedures for
                                   a. Completion of a minimum of 19 Fine Arts and                             meeting the Writing Proficiency Requirement.
                                         Arts and Science courses.                                       f.   Completion of an acceptable portfolio,
                                         Education courses (other than Education 2500)                        performance audition and interview.
                                         taken at the University of Lethbridge before               2.   Special Case Admission
                                         the completion of Professional Semester I do
                                         not contribute to the fulfillment of B.Ed.                      Students who have a good academic record but who
                                         program requirements.                                           for some reason had a period of time when their
                                                                                                         performance was significantly lower, may apply for
                                         Students who transfer from another institution                  Special Case admission (up to four such students
                                         with 20 courses will be considered for                          may be admitted). See Part 8 - Education,
                                         admission with a minimum of 15 Fine Arts and                    Section 4.b. Special Case Admission (p. 162)


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          for details.                                                        One Elective (3.0 credit hours) from any Faculty
     3.   Aboriginal Special Case Admission                       c.   Faculty of Education Requirements for the 50-
          The Faculty of Education provides two special                Course B.F.A. (Dramatic Arts)/B.Ed.
          admission opportunities for students of Aboriginal           1.     Application and admission to the Faculty of
          descent. See Part 8 - Education, Section 4.c.                       Education.
          Special Admission Procedures for Students of
          Aboriginal Descent (p. 162) for details.                     2.      Completion of the equivalent of 20 Education
                                                                               courses including:
b.   Faculty of Fine Arts Requirements for the 50-
     Course B.F.A. (Dramatic Arts)/B.Ed.                                       Education 2500
                                                                             * Professional Semesters I, II and III (Education 4574)
     1.   Completion of 21 Drama courses with a grade point                 ** One Education Foundation course
          average of at least 2.50.                                            Three Education electives
     2.   Completion of the General Liberal Education                        * Students entering the Faculty of Education should note that
                                                                               practicum placements include locations outside of Lethbridge.
          Requirement (see Part 4 - Academic                                   Students must be prepared to travel. Some locations require
          Regulations, Section 11, p. 89).                                     relocation Monday to Friday.
     3.   Completion of at least 10 Drama courses at the                      While not an admission requirement to the Faculty of Education,
          3000/4000 level.                                                    some school jurisdictions and schools may require a criminal
                                                                              record check (or equivalent) from student teachers prior to
     4.   A maximum of three Independent Studies (see Part                    practicum. The student is responsible for the cost of obtaining
          4, Section 3.c, Exceeding Course Limits,                            such documentation.
          p. 75).                                                           ** The Education Foundation Requirement may be met in the
                                                                               following ways:
     5.   Not more than eight courses may be taken at the
                                                                               a.     One course from the following list:
          0100/1000 level for credit toward the degree.
                                                                                      Education 4310 - Comparative Studies of Education in
          Activity courses are exempted from this limit.                                 Developed and Third World Nations
          Language courses are offered in the 0100-1990                               Education 4311 - World Issues and Problems in Education
          range. Only the first course in the range counts                            Education 4320 - Education and Society from a
          toward this limit in the language subjects of French,                          Sociological Perspective
                                                                                      Education 4321 - Social Issues in Education
          German, Greek, Japanese, Latin and Spanish. Only                            Education 4341 - Foundations of Multicultural Education
          one of Economics 1010 and Economics 1012 will be                               in Canada
          counted toward this limit. Only one of Biology 1010                         Education 4360 - Studies in the History of Western
          and Biology 1020 will be counted toward this limit.                            Education
                                                                                      Education 4361 - History of Canadian Education
          Only one of Geography 1000 and Geography 1200                               Education 4362 - Concepts of Childhood in the History of
          will be counted toward this limit (see Part 4,                                 Education
          Section 3.c, Exceeding Course Limits, p. 75).                               Education 4380 - Developing a Philosophy of Education
                                                                                      Education 4381 - Ethics of Teaching
          Required courses:                                                           Education 4391 - Seminar in Educational Foundations
          Drama 1000 - Introduction to Dramatic Arts                                     (Series)
          Drama 2100 - Play Reading and Analysis                               b.     One appropriate Independent Study.
          Drama 2120 - History and Development of                      3.     Maintain a grade point average of 2.50 in Education
                Theatre I                                                     courses.
          Drama 2130 - History and Development of
                Theatre II                                             4.     Completion of the appropriate Education major as
          Drama 2310 - Acting: Fundamentals                                   defined by the program.
          Drama 2420 - Directing: Fundamentals                         5.     Maintenance of a program GPA of 2.50 in the
          Drama 2611 - Technical Theatre Portfolio I                          appropriate Education major.
          Drama 2810 - Introduction to Stagecraft
          Drama 3100 - Theatre in Performance                          6.     Completion of the General Liberal Education
          Drama 3600 - Portfolio in Dramatic Arts II                          Requirement (see Part 4 - Academic                                 COMBINED DEGREES
          Drama 4420 - Directing                                              Regulations, Section 11, p. 89).
          One of:                                                 d.   Suggested Sequencing Plan
                Drama 2320 - Voice and Speech: Fundamentals
                Drama 2340 - Movement Studies:                         See www.uleth.ca/ross/sequence_plans/
                     Fundamentals                                      dram_bfa_bed.html for a suggested sequencing plan for
                Drama 2510 - Theatre for Young Audiences I             the B.F.A. (Dramatic Arts)/B.Ed. Combined Degrees
                Drama 2710 - Improvisation and Dramatic                program.
                     Process                                      e.   Academic Regulations
                Drama 2830 - Stage Makeup
                                                                       In the Combined Degrees program, students divide their
          One of:                                                      time between different Faculties which measure different
                Drama 3130 - Canadian Theatre                          standards of academic performance. Students should read
                Drama 3150 - Theatre Studies Series                    the academic regulations for each Faculty in which a
                Drama 4211 - Theories of Theatre                       portion of the Combined Degrees will be taken. For the
          Eight elective Drama courses (24.0 credit hours)             B.F.A. (Dramatic Arts)/B.Ed., students should be aware of
                including six at the 3000/4000 level

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                              the Education regulations (Part 8) and Fine Arts               6.   BACHELOR OF MUSIC/BACHELOR OF
                              regulations (Part 9).                                               EDUCATION
                         f.   Education Minor Requirements                                        a.   Admission
                              Students may elect to complete a minor in addition to a                  Students begin this program in the Faculty of Fine Arts
                              major. The minor must be a school subject and include                    where they progress toward completion of Fine Arts
                              five non-Education courses and an appropriate Education                  degree requirements, and prepare to meet the admission
                              methods course, usually selected from the                                requirements for the Faculty of Education. Students
                              Education 3700 series. Students are eligible to receive an               admitted to the Faculty of Fine Arts may declare their
                              endorsement on their official transcripts upon                           intention of completing the combined B.Mus./B.Ed.
                              completion of a minor. Please refer to Part 8 -                          degrees. Such students who have not yet been admitted
                              Education, Section 7. Education Minors (p. 168)                          to the Faculty of Education are designated pre-B.Mus./
                              for information on Education Minor Requirements.                         B.Ed. After completion of the minimum number of
                                                                                                       courses required to be eligible for admission to the
                         g.   Education Specialization Requirements                                    Faculty of Education, students may apply and, if accepted,
                              Students may elect to complete a specialization in                       be formally enrolled in the B.Mus./B.Ed. Combined
                              addition to a major or minor. Students will be eligible to               Degrees program.
                              receive an endorsement on their official transcript upon                 Students are not officially in the program until they have
                              completion of a specialization. Please refer to Part 8 -                 been admitted to BOTH the Faculty of Fine Arts (through
                              Education, Section 8. Education Specializations                          admission to the University) and the Faculty of Education.
                              (p. 172) for information on Education Specialization                     If a student is admitted to the Combined Degrees
                              Requirements.                                                            program and subsequently chooses to withdraw from
                         h.   Residence Requirement                                                    Education, the student must make formal application to
                                                                                                       the Faculty in which he or she intends to pursue a degree.
                              Students must complete a minimum of 30 courses at the
                              University of Lethbridge, including a minimum of six                     Note: The Faculty of Education does not offer a B.Ed. degree alone,
                              Drama courses and 15 Education courses. Students                               except after an approved degree; first degree students must
                                                                                                             be admitted to a Combined Degrees program in order to
                              should note that the residence requirement for the B.F.A.                      receive a B.Ed.
                              (Dramatic Arts)/B.Ed. is subject to the Faculty of Fine
                              Arts transfer policy. If a student withdraws from the B.F.A.             1.   Faculty of Education Admission Requirements for
                              (Dramatic Arts)/B.Ed. and is admitted to a program                            the 52-Course B.Mus./B.Ed.
                              offered by the Faculty of Arts and Science, transfer credit                   Based on the Faculty’s quota system, normally a total
                              will be reassessed based on the Faculty of Arts and                           of 216 students in all programs will be admitted to
                              Science transfer policy.                                                      the Faculty each June to begin their studies in the Fall
                         i.   Education Special Study Arrangements                                          Semester. For application and document deadlines,
                                                                                                            see Part 1 - Admission, p. 29.
                              Applied Studies
                                                                                                            Students should note that completion of pre-
                              Eligible students in the Faculty of Education may earn up                     Education requirements does not guarantee
                              to five course credits through Applied Studies, designated                    admission to the program. For qualified applicants
                              by the numbers Education 2501, Education 2510 and                             admission decisions are based primarily on
                              Education 4980. The Applied Studies program for the                           evaluation of performance in Education 2500, a
                              Faculty of Education is coordinated through the                               writing proficiency requirement, and grade point
                              Coordinator of Applied Studies, Faculty of Arts and                           average calculated on all UofL and transferable
                              Science, in consultation with the Associate Dean, Faculty                     courses taken within the semesters containing the
                              of Education.                                                                 last 20 university-level courses (60.0 credit hours),
                              Independent Study                                                             including courses in a previous degree and courses
                              A maximum of two Independent Studies may be                                   taken subsequently.
                              completed in the B.Ed. portion of the B.F.A. (Dramatic                        Note: While application for admission after 20 courses is the
                              Arts)/B.Ed (see Part 4, Section 3.c, Exceeding                                      preferred academic plan, those students who complete
COMBINED DEGREES




                              Course Limits, p. 75).                                                              up to 30 courses may also apply for admission to this
                                                                                                                  program.
                              Study Tours
                                                                                                            Students must meet the following minimum
                              Credit may be received for a maximum of two Study Tour                        qualifications for admission to the Faculty of
                              courses (Education 4920). The Study Tours must be                             Education:
                              approved in advance by the Assistant Dean, Student
                              Program Services, Faculty of Education (see Student                           a. Completion of a minimum of 19 Fine Arts and
                              Program Services for policies and procedures governing                              Arts and Science courses.
                              Study Tours).                                                                       Education courses (other than Education 2500,
                                                                                                                  Education 3875, Education 3876, and
                                                                                                                  Education 3877) taken at the University of
                                                                                                                  Lethbridge before the completion of
                                                                                                                  Professional Semester I do not contribute to
                                                                                                                  the fulfillment of B.Ed. program requirements.
                                                                                                                  Students who transfer from another institution
                                                                                                                  with 20 courses will be considered for
                                                                                                                  admission with a minimum of 15 Fine Arts and

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          Arts and Science courses and five appropriate                        Section 4.b. Special Case Admission (p. 162)
          Education courses.                                                   for details.
          Note: Students who have not completed a major portion          3.    Aboriginal Special Case Admission
                of the General Liberal Education Requirement
                prior to admission to the program may not be able              The Faculty of Education provides two special
                to complete the Combined Degrees requirements                  admission opportunities for students of Aboriginal
                in the specified number of courses.                            descent. See Part 8 - Education, Section 4.c.
     b.   A minimum cumulative grade point average of                          Special Admission Procedures for Students of
          2.50 on all UofL and transferable courses taken                      Aboriginal Descent (p. 162) for details.
          within the semesters containing the last 20               b.   Faculty of Fine Arts Requirements for the 52-
          courses (60.0 credit hours).                                   Course B.Mus./B.Ed.
     c.   Completion of a minimum of eight courses
          (24.0 credit hours) in Music and/or Music                      1.    Completion of 24 Music courses with a grade point
          Ensemble Activities, including all transferable                      average of at least 2.00.
          courses, with a minimum cumulative grade                       2.    Completion of the General Liberal Education
          point average of 2.50.                                               Requirement (see Part 4 - Academic
     d.   Credit in Education 2500 - Practicum I -                             Regulations, Section 11, p. 89).
          Orientation to Teaching (or equivalent)
          including a favourable recommendation from                     3.    Completion of at least 12 Music courses at the 3000/
          the instructor (see Section 6.b.4.                                   4000 level.
          Education 2500 Prerequisite, p. 165).                          4.    A maximum of three Independent Studies (see Part
          Students who do not receive a favourable                             4, Section 3.c, Exceeding Course Limits,
          recommendation for admission to the Faculty                          p. 75).
          of Education may be permitted to re-enroll in
          the course after one full year provided they can               5.    Not more than eight courses may be taken at the
          demonstrate that they have sufficiently                              0100/1000 level for credit toward the degree.
          remediated inadequacies in their previous                            Activity courses are exempted from this limit.
          performance.                                                         Language courses are offered in the 0100-1990
                                                                               range. Only the first course in the range counts
     e.   Demonstrated proficiency in written and oral                         toward this limit in the language subjects of French,
          English by the June 1 document deadline. A                           German, Greek, Japanese, Latin and Spanish. Only
          student may meet the Writing Proficiency                             one of Economics 1010 and Economics 1012 will be
          Requirement in any of the following ways:                            counted toward this limit. Only one of Biology 1010
          •    obtaining a grade of 75 percent or higher                       and Biology 1020 will be counted toward this limit.
               on the English Language Arts 30-1 Alberta                       Only one of Geography 1000 and Geography 1200
               Diploma exam                                                    will be counted toward this limit (see Part 4,
          •    obtaining a final grade of 80 percent or                        Section 3.c, Exceeding Course Limits, p. 75).
               higher in English Language Arts 30-1 or its               6.    Required courses:
               equivalent from any province                                    Applied
          •    passing the Alberta Universities’ Writing                       Music 2148 - Studio I - (Instrument)
               Competence Test (AUWCT)                                         Music 2248 - Studio II - (Instrument)
          •    obtaining a pass in the ‘Writing for                            Music 3348 - Studio III - (Instrument)
               University’ course                                              Music 3448 - Studio IV - (Instrument)
          •    obtaining a grade of ‘B’ (3.00 on a 4.0                         Music 3548 - Studio V - (Instrument)
               scale) or higher in Writing 1000                                Music 3648 - Studio VI - (Instrument)
          •    obtaining a grade of ‘B’ (3.00 on a 4.0                         Note: Composition is not available as a Studio area in the
                                                                                     B.Mus./B.Ed.
               scale) or higher in a university English
               course                                                           History
                                                                                                                                              COMBINED DEGREES
          •    successful completion of a recognized                            Music 2180 - History I: Antiquity to the Mid-
               degree from an English-language university                           Renaissance
                                                                                Music 2280 - History II: Late Renaissance and
          Students are encouraged to consult early with
                                                                                    Baroque
          the Faculty of Education, Student Program
                                                                                Music 3380 - History III: Classical Music
          Services Office regarding procedures for
                                                                                Music 3480 - History IV: Romantic Music
          meeting the Writing Proficiency Requirement.
                                                                                Music 3580 - History V: Twentieth-Century Music
     f.   Completion of an acceptable audition and/or
                                                                                Theory
          interview.
                                                                                Music 2160 - Theory I
2.   Special Case Admission                                                   * Music 2161 - Musicianship Skills I
     Students who have a good academic record but who                           Music 2260 - Theory II
     for some reason had a period of time when their                          * Music 2261 - Musicianship Skills II
     performance was significantly lower, may apply for                         Music 3360 - Theory III
     Special Case admission (up to four such students                         * Music 3361 - Musicianship Skills III
     may be admitted). See Part 8 - Education,                                  Music 3460 - Theory IV


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                         * Music 3461 - Musicianship Skills IV                               c.   Faculty of Education Requirements for the 52-
                           Music 4660 - Form and Analysis                                         Course B.Mus./B.Ed.
                         * 1.5 credit hours.                                                      1.     Application and admission to the Faculty of
                          Conducting                                                                     Education.
                          Music 3500 - Conducting I                                               2.      Completion of the equivalent of 20 Education
                          Music 3600 - Conducting II                                                      courses including:
                          Ensembles                                                                       Education 2500
                          Six Ensemble Activity courses (Each Music Ensemble                            * Professional Semesters I, II and III (Education 4575)
                               Activity counts as one-half course, i.e., 1.5                           ** One Education Foundation course
                               credit hours)                                                              Two Education (Music) electives from the following:
                                Note: Music Ensemble Activity participation is                               Education 3871 - Elementary Music Classroom
                                      determined by the focus of the Music major and                         Education 3872 - Secondary Music Classroom
                                      must be fulfilled as follows:                                          Education 3875 - Brass and Percussion Methods
                                         Major Focus Music Ensemble Activity                                 Education 3876 - Woodwind and String Methods
                                         Studio wind                                                        Education 3877 - Vocal and Classroom
                                         & percussion    Wind Orchestra                                          Instruments Methods
                                         Studio voice    University Singers or Women’s                   One Education (Fine Arts/Music) elective from the
                                                         Chorus                                              following:
                                         Studio pianist                                                     Education 3871 - Elementary Music Classroom
                                         & guitarist     Music Ensemble Activity 2450,                      Education 3872 - Secondary Music Classroom
                                                         Music Ensemble Activity 2451,                      Education 3875 - Brass and Percussion Methods
                                                         Music Ensemble Activity 3450,                      Education 3876 - Woodwind and String Methods
                                                         Music Ensemble Activity 3451, 
                                                         and a minimum of two semesters 
                                                                                                             Education 3877 - Vocal and Classroom
                                                         (1.5 credit hours each) of:                             Instruments Methods
                                                                                                             Education 3700 - Applied Principles of
                                                               University Singers
                                                                                                                 Curriculum and Instruction for Non-Majors
                                                               Vox Musica                                        (Series) (Art)
                                                               Wind Orchestra                                Education 3700 - Applied Principles of
                                                               Women’s Chorus                                    Curriculum and Instruction for Non-Majors
                                         Studio string   Orchestra                                              (Series) (Drama)
                                                         (or through other approved                    * Students entering the Faculty of Education should note that
                                                         ensemble or Independent Study                   practicum placements include locations outside of Lethbridge.
                                                         by permission of the Department                 Students must be prepared to travel. Some locations require
                                                         of Music)                                        relocation Monday to Friday.
                                         Not more than two Music Ensemble Activities                     While not an admission requirement to the Faculty of Education,
                                         may be counted toward the Ensemble                              some school jurisdictions and schools may require a criminal
                                         participation requirement in a given semester.                  record check (or equivalent) from student teachers prior to
                          Elective                                                                       practicum. The student is responsible for the cost of obtaining
                                                                                                         such documentation.
                          One of:                                                                      ** The Education Foundation Requirement may be met in the
                              Music 2500 - Introduction to Music Technology                               following ways:
                              Music 2850 - Topics in Music                                                a.     One course from the following list:
                              Music 3000 - Seminar in Music (Series) with an                                     Education 4310 - Comparative Studies of Education in
                                   emphasis on History                                                              Developed and Third World Nations
                              Music 3000 - Seminar in Music (Series) with an                                     Education 4311 - World Issues and Problems in Education
                                   emphasis on Literature                                                        Education 4320 - Education and Society from a
                              Music 3000 - Seminar in Music (Series) with an                                        Sociological Perspective
                                                                                                                 Education 4321 - Social Issues in Education
                                   emphasis on Pedagogy                                                          Education 4341 - Foundations of Multicultural Education
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                              Music 3000 - Seminar in Music (Series) with an                                        in Canada
                                   emphasis on Theory                                                            Education 4360 - Studies in the History of Western
                              Music 3030 - Film Music                                                               Education
                                                                                                                 Education 4361 - History of Canadian Education
                              Music 3149 - Composition I                                                         Education 4362 - Concepts of Childhood in the History of
                              Music 3606 - Orchestration                                                            Education
                              Music 3660 - Theory V                                                              Education 4380 - Developing a Philosophy of Education
                              Music 3721 - World Music                                                           Education 4381 - Ethics of Teaching
                                                                                                                 Education 4391 - Seminar in Educational Foundations
                              Music 3850 - Topics in Music                                                          (Series)
                              Music 4721 - Canadian Music                                                 b.     One appropriate Independent Study.
                              Music 4748 - Studio VII - (Instrument)
                              Music 4850 - Topics in Music                                        3.     Maintain a grade point average of 2.50 in Education
                              Two Music Ensemble Activity courses (1.5                                   courses.
                                   credit hours each)                                             4.     Completion of the appropriate Education major as
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     5.   Maintenance of a program GPA of 2.50 in the               p. 75).
          appropriate Education major.                              Study Tours
     6.   Completion of the General Liberal Education               Credit may be received for a maximum of two Study Tour
          Requirement (see Part 4 - Academic                        courses (Education 4920). The Study Tours must be
          Regulations, Section 11, p. 89).                          approved in advance by the Assistant Dean, Student
                                                                    Program Services, Faculty of Education (see Student
d.   Suggested Sequencing Plan                                      Program Services for policies and procedures governing
     See www.uleth.ca/ross/sequence_plans/                          Study Tours).
     musi_bmus_bed.html for a suggested sequencing plan for
     the B.Mus./B.Ed. Combined Degrees program.
e.   Academic Regulations
     In the Combined Degrees program, students divide their
     time between different Faculties which measure different
     standards of academic performance. Students should read
     the academic regulations for each Faculty in which a
     portion of the combined degree will be taken. For the
     B.Mus./B.Ed., students should be aware of the Education
     regulations (Part 8) and Fine Arts regulations (Part 9).
f.   Education Minor Requirements
     Students may elect to complete a minor in addition to a
     major. The minor must be a school subject and include
     five non-Education courses and an appropriate Education
     methods course, usually selected from the
     Education 3700 series. Students are eligible to receive an
     endorsement on their official transcripts upon
     completion of a minor. Please refer to Part 8 -
     Education, Section 7. Education Minors (p. 168)
     for information on Education Minor Requirements.
g.   Education Specialization Requirements
     Students may elect to complete a specialization in
     addition to a major or minor. Students will be eligible to
     receive an endorsement on their official transcript upon
     completion of a specialization. Please refer to Part 8 -
     Education, Section 8. Education Specializations
     (p. 172) for information on Education Specialization
     Requirements.
h.   Residence Requirement
     Students must complete a minimum of 32 courses at the
     University of Lethbridge, including a minimum of nine
     Music courses and 15 Education courses. Students should
     note that the residence requirement for the B.Mus./B.Ed.
     is subject to the Faculty of Fine Arts transfer policy. If a
     student withdraws from the B.Mus./B.Ed. and is admitted
     to a program offered by the Faculty of Arts and Science,
     transfer credit will be reassessed based on the Faculty of
     Arts and Science transfer policy.                                                                                       COMBINED DEGREES
i.   Education Special Study Arrangements
     Applied Studies
     Eligible students in the Faculty of Education may earn up
     to five course credits through Applied Studies, designated
     by the numbers Education 2501, Education 2510 and
     Education 4980. The Applied Studies program for the
     Faculty of Education is coordinated through the
     Coordinator of Applied Studies, Faculty of Arts and
     Science, in consultation with the Associate Dean, Faculty
     of Education.
     Independent Study
     A maximum of two Independent Studies may be
     completed in the B.Ed. portion of the B.Mus./B.Ed. (see
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                   7.    BACHELOR OF MANAGEMENT/BACHELOR OF                                                   Economics 1010 - Introduction to
                         EDUCATION                                                                                Microeconomics
                                                                                                              Economics 1012 - Introduction to
                         a.   Admission                                                                           Macroeconomics
                              Students begin this program in the Faculty of Management                        Statistics 1770 - Introduction to Probability and
                              where they progress toward completion of Management                                 Statistics
                              degree requirements and prepare to meet the admission                           Five Management courses
                              requirements for the Faculty of Education. Students
                              admitted to the Faculty of Management may declare their                    c.   GPA Requirements:
                              intention of completing the combined B.Mgt./B.Ed.                               A minimum grade point average of 2.50 is
                              degrees. Such students who have not yet been admitted                           required to be eligible for admission to the
                              to the Faculty of Education are designated pre-B.Mgt./                          Faculty of Education. The grade point average is
                              B.Ed. After completion of the minimum number of                                 calculated on all UofL and transferable courses
                              courses required to be eligible for admission to the                            completed within the semesters containing the
                              Faculty of Education, students may apply and, if accepted,                      last 20 courses (60.0 credit hours).
                              be formally enrolled in the B.Mgt./B.Ed. Combined                               A minimum grade point average of 2.50 on
                              Degrees program.                                                                courses comprising the Education major,
                              Students are not officially in the program until they have                      including all transferable courses.
                              been admitted to BOTH the Faculty of Management                            d.   Demonstrated proficiency in written and oral
                              (through admission to the University) and the Faculty of                        English by the June 1 document deadline. A
                              Education. If a student is admitted to the Combined                             student may meet the Writing Proficiency
                              Degrees program and subsequently chooses to withdraw                            Requirement in any of the following ways:
                              from Education, the student must make formal application
                              to the Faculty in which he or she intends to pursue a                           •     obtaining a grade of 75 percent or higher
                              degree.                                                                               on the English Language Arts 30-1 Alberta
                                                                                                                    Diploma exam
                              Note: The Faculty of Education does not offer a B.Ed. degree alone,
                                    unless after an approved degree; first degree students must be            •     obtaining a final grade of 80 percent or
                                    admitted to a Combined Degrees program in order to receive                      higher in English Language Arts 30-1 or its
                                    a B.Ed.                                                                         equivalent from any province
                              1.   Faculty of Education Admission Requirements for                            •     passing the Alberta Universities’ Writing
                                   the 50-Course B.Mgt./B.Ed.                                                       Competence Test (AUWCT)
                                   Based on the Faculty's quota system, normally a total                      •     obtaining a pass in the ‘Writing for
                                   of 216 students in all programs will be admitted to                              University’ course
                                   the Faculty each June to begin their studies in the Fall                   •     obtaining a grade of ‘B’ (3.00 on a 4.0
                                   Semester. For application and document deadlines,                                scale) or higher in Writing 1000
                                   see Part 1 - Admission, p. 29.                                             •     obtaining a grade of ‘B’ (3.00 on a 4.0
                                   Students should note that completion of pre-                                     scale) or higher in a university English
                                   Education requirements does not guarantee                                        course
                                   admission to the program. For qualified applicants                         •     successful completion of a recognized
                                   admission decisions are based primarily on                                       degree from an English-language university
                                   evaluation of performance in Education 2500, a
                                   writing proficiency requirement, and grade point                           Students are encouraged to consult early with
                                   average calculated on all UofL and transferable                            the Faculty of Education, Student Program
                                   courses taken within the semesters containing the                          Services Office regarding procedures for
                                   last 20 university-level courses (60.0 credit hours),                      meeting the Writing Proficiency Requirement.
                                   including courses in a previous degree and courses                    e.   Credit in Education 2500 - Practicum I -
                                   taken subsequently.                                                        Orientation to Teaching (or equivalent)
                                   Note: While application for admission after 20 courses is the              including a favourable recommendation from
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                                         preferred academic plan, those students who complete                 the instructor (see Section 6.b.4.
                                         30 or more courses may also apply for admission to this              Education 2500 Prerequisite, p. 165).
                                         program.                                                             Students who do not receive a favourable
                                   a.    Completion of a minimum of 20 courses which                          recommendation for admission to the Faculty
                                         may include a maximum of 5 Education                                 of Education may be permitted to re-enroll in
                                         courses* (which must include Education 2500                          the course after one full year provided they can
                                         or equivalent),                                                      demonstrate that they have sufficiently
                                        * Education courses (other than Education 2500) taken at              remediated inadequacies in their previous
                                          the University of Lethbridge before the completion of               performance.
                                          Professional Semester I do not contribute to the fulfillment   f.   Special Case Admission
                                          of B.Ed. program requirements. Students who transfer
                                          from another institution with 20 courses will be considered         Students who have a good academic record but
                                          for admission with 5 appropriate Education courses.                 who for some reason have had a period of time
                                                                                                              when their performance was significantly lower,
                                   b.    Completion of a minimum of 8 courses in the
                                                                                                              may apply for Special Case admission (up to
                                         major including:
                                                                                                              four such students may be admitted). See Part
                                                                                                              8 - Education, Section 4.b. Special Case

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               Admission (p. 162) for details.                                4.     Students are advised to take the following courses in
          g.   Aboriginal Special Case Admission                                     their first year: Management 1000; Economics 1010;
                                                                                     Economics 1012; Statistics 1770; and Writing 1000
               The Faculty of Education and Faculty of                               OR a university English course.
               Management provide special admission
               opportunities for students of Aboriginal                       5.     Completion of the General Liberal Education
               descent. See Part 8 - Education, Section                              Requirement (see Part 4 - Academic
               4.c. Special Admission Procedures for                                 Regulations, Section 11, p. 89).
               Students of Aboriginal Descent (p. 162)
               for details.                                                   6.     All degree requirements must be completed within
                                                                                     10 years after admission to the Faculty of
b.   Faculty of Management Requirements for the 50-                                  Management.
     Course B.Mgt./B.Ed.
                                                                              7.     Not more than 10 courses may be taken at the 0100/
     1.   A minimum grade of ‘C-’ is required in                                     1000 level for credit toward the degree. Activity
          Statistics 1770; Economics 1010 and                                        courses are exempted from this limit. Language
          Economics 1012; Writing 1000 OR a university                               courses are offered in the 0100-1990 range. Only
          English course; and all Management courses.                                the first course in the range counts toward this limit
          Note: The Faculty of Management requires that students                     in the language subjects of French, German, Greek,
                complete Writing 1000 or a university English course                 Japanese, Latin and Spanish. Only one of
                with a minimum grade of ‘C-’. However, if a student                  Economics 1010 and Economics 1012 will be
                chooses to meet the Faculty of Education’s Writing                   counted toward this limit. Only one of Biology 1010
                Proficiency Requirement (WPR) by completing                          and Biology 1020 will be counted toward this limit.
                Writing 1000 or a university English course, a minimum               Only one of Geography 1000 and Geography 1200
                grade of ‘B’ is required.                                            will be counted toward this limit (see Part 4,
     2.   A minimum GPA of 2.00 in Management courses and                            Section 3.c, Exceeding Course Limits, p. 75).
          a cumulative GPA of 2.00.                                           Note: Students should be aware that these are the requirements for
                                                                                    the General Management major only. Students may choose to
     3.   Completion of the General Management Major,                               complete a different Management major in the Combined
          comprising the following courses:                                         Degrees program. If students choose a different Management
             Economics 1010 - Introduction to                                       major, they may be required to extend their programs beyond
                   Microeconomics                                                   50 courses (see Section 10, p. 225, in Part 11 - Faculty
                                                                                    of Management for all Management major requirements).
             Economics 1012 - Introduction to                                       For example, students who choose the International
                   Macroeconomics                                                   Management major are required to complete a Language
             Management 1000 - Introduction to                                      minor and are required to take 53 courses in order to meet
                   Management                                                       degree requirements (see Section 10.b.9., p. 229, in Part
             Management 2020 - Marketing                                            11 - Faculty of Management).
             Management 2030 - Introduction to
                   Organizational Behaviour                              c.   Management Minor Requirements
             Management 2070/Economics 2070 -                                 Students may elect to complete minors in First Nations
                   Operations and Quantitative Management                     Governance, Information Systems, International
             Management 2100 - Introductory Accounting                        Management, New Media, Social Responsibility, and
             Management 2400 - Management Accounting                          Supply Chain Management in the B.Mgt./B.Ed. program
             Management 2700 - Research Methodology                           (see Part 11 - Faculty of Management, Section 12,
             Management 3031 - Managing Responsibly in a                      p. 236).
                   Global Environment
                                                                         d.   Faculty of Education Requirements for the 50-
             Management 3040 - Finance
                                                                              Course B.Mgt./B.Ed.
             Management 3050/Political Science 3420 -
                   Human Resource Management                                  1.     Application and admission to the Faculty of
             Management 3061 - Information Systems and                               Education.
                   Management                                                                                                                          COMBINED DEGREES
             Management 3080 - Managerial Skill                               2.      Completion of the equivalent of 20 Education
                   Development                                                        courses including:
             Management 3650 - Introduction to                                        Education 2500
                   International Management                                         * Professional Semesters I, II and III
             Management 4090 - Management Policy and                               ** One Education Foundation course
                   Strategy                                                           Three Education electives
             Statistics 1770 - Introduction to Probability and                      * Students entering the Faculty of Education should note that
                   Statistics                                                         practicum placements include locations outside of Lethbridge.
             One of:                                                                  Students must be prepared to travel. Some locations require
                   Writing 1000 - Introduction to Academic                            relocation Monday to Friday.
                         Writing                                                     While not an admission requirement to the Faculty of Education,
                   A university English course                                       some school jurisdictions and schools may require a criminal
                                                                                     record check (or equivalent) from student teachers prior to
             Three Management courses at the 3000/4000                               practicum. The student is responsible for the cost of obtaining
                   level                                                             such documentation.



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                                   ** The Education Foundation Requirement may be met in the                 five non-Education courses and an appropriate Education
                                      following ways:                                                        methods course, usually selected from the
                                      a.     One course from the following list:                             Education 3700 series. Students are eligible to receive an
                                             Education 4310 - Comparative Studies of Education in            endorsement on their official transcripts upon
                                                Developed and Third World Nations                            completion of a minor. Please refer to Part 8 -
                                             Education 4311 - World Issues and Problems in Education
                                             Education 4320 - Education and Society from a                   Education, Section 7. Education Minors (p. 168)
                                                Sociological Perspective                                     for information on Education Minor Requirements.
                                             Education 4321 - Social Issues in Education
                                             Education 4341 - Foundations of Multicultural Education    h.   Education Specialization Requirements
                                                in Canada                                                    Students may elect to complete a specialization in
                                             Education 4360 - Studies in the History of Western
                                                Education                                                    addition to a major or minor. Students will be eligible to
                                             Education 4361 - History of Canadian Education                  receive an endorsement on their official transcript upon
                                             Education 4362 - Concepts of Childhood in the History of        completion of a specialization. Please refer to Part 8 -
                                                Education                                                    Education, Section 8. Education Specializations
                                             Education 4380 - Developing a Philosophy of Education
                                             Education 4381 - Ethics of Teaching                             (p. 172) for information on Education Specialization
                                             Education 4391 - Seminar in Educational Foundations             Requirements.
                                                (Series)
                                      b.     One appropriate Independent Study.                         i.   Residence Requirement
                              3.     Maintenance of a program grade point average of                         Students must complete a minimum of 30 courses at the
                                     2.50 in Education courses.                                              University of Lethbridge, including 15 Education courses
                                                                                                             and 10 Management courses, seven of which must be at
                              4.     Completion of the Career and Technology Studies                         the 3000/4000 level.
                                     (CTS): Business Focus Education major.
                                                                                                        j.   Education Special Study Arrangements
                              5.     Maintenance of a program GPA of 2.50 in the                             Applied Studies
                                     appropriate Education major.
                                                                                                             Eligible students in the Faculty of Education may earn up
                              6.     Completion of the General Liberal Education                             to five course credits through Applied Studies, designated
                                     Requirement (see Part 4 - Academic                                      by the numbers Education 2501, Education 2510 and
                                     Regulations, Section 11, p. 89).                                        Education 4980. The Applied Studies program for the
                                                                                                             Faculty of Education is coordinated through the
                         e.   Suggested Sequencing Plan                                                      Coordinator of Applied Studies, Faculty of Arts and
                              See www.uleth.ca/ross/sequence_plans/bmgt_bed.html                             Science, in consultation with the Associate Dean, Faculty
                              for a suggested sequencing plan for the B.Mgt./B.Ed.                           of Education.
                              Combined Degrees program.                                                      Independent Study
                         f.   Academic Regulations                                                           A maximum of two Independent Studies may be
                              In the Combined Degrees program, students divide their                         completed in the B.Ed. portion of the B.Mgt./B.Ed. (see
                              time between different Faculties which measure different                       Part 4, Section 3.c, Exceeding Course Limits,
                              standards of academic performance. Students should read                        p. 75).
                              the academic regulations for each Faculty in which a                           Study Tours
                              portion of the Combined Degrees will be taken. For the                         Credit may be received for a maximum of two Study Tour
                              B.Mgt./B.Ed., students should be aware of the Education                        courses (Education 4920). The Study Tours must be
                              regulations (Part 8) and Management regulations (Part                          approved in advance by the Assistant Dean, Student
                              11).                                                                           Program Services, Faculty of Education (see Student
                         g.   Education Minor Requirements                                                   Program Services for policies and procedures governing
                                                                                                             Study Tours).
                              Students may elect to complete a minor in addition to a
                              major. The minor must be a school subject and include
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8.   BACHELOR OF ARTS/BACHELOR OF                                                                  Labour Relations, Information Systems,
     MANAGEMENT                                                                                   International Management, Marketing, and Political
     BACHELOR OF SCIENCE/BACHELOR OF                                                               Science.
     MANAGEMENT                                                                                    Instead of Pure Mathematics 30 or
                                                                                                   Mathematics 30-1 or Mathematics 30-2, students
     The Faculties of Arts and Science and Management jointly offer                                may use U of L's Mathematics 0500.
     a 50-course Combined Degrees program leading to the
     degrees B.A./B.Mgt. or B.Sc./B.Mgt. Upon successful                          Note: Students should note that satisfactory completion of the
                                                                                        admission requirements does not guarantee admission to
     completion of the Combined Degrees program, the student                            Management programs. Enrolment limits may be placed on
     receives the B.A. or B.Sc. degree from the Faculty of Arts and                     the number of students admitted to programs and/or majors
     Science and the B.Mgt. degree from the Faculty of                                  in the Faculty of Management. Enrolment limits may also be
     Management. Neither degree is granted until the entire                             placed on the number of students admitted to a campus (i.e.,
     Combined Degrees program is completed.                                             Calgary, Edmonton, or Lethbridge). If enrolment limits are
                                                                                        invoked, admission to the program is competitive and is based
     a.   Admission                                                                     upon academic achievement prior to admission as assessed by
          Students may be admitted to the B.A./B.Mgt. or B.Sc./                         the Faculty of Management, whose decision shall be final.
          B.Mgt. when they are admitted to the University. If a              b.   General Requirements for the 50-Course B.A./
          student is admitted to the Combined Degrees program                     B.Mgt. or B.Sc./Mgt.
          and subsequently chooses or is required to withdraw
          from the program he or she must make formal application                 1.   Completion of the General Liberal Education
          to the Faculty in which he or she intends to pursue a                        Requirement (see Part 4 - Academic
          degree. For application and document deadlines, see Part                     Regulations, Section 11, p. 89).
          1 - Admission, p. 29.
                                                                                  2.   Not more than eight courses may be taken at the
          1.   Admission Requirements for the 50-Course B.A./                          0100/1000 level for credit toward the degree.
               B.Mgt. or B.Sc./B.Mgt.                                                  Activity courses are exempted from this limit.
               a. Admission may be gained by one of the                                Language courses are offered in the 0100-1990
                   following admission routes. (Please note that                       range. Only the first course in the range counts
                   the admission policies and procedures set out                       toward this limit in the language subjects of French,
                   in Part 1- Admission of this Calendar are                           German, Greek, Japanese, Latin and Spanish. Only
                   applicable in this section, unless otherwise                        one of Economics 1010 and Economics 1012 will be
                   noted in this section.)                                             counted toward this limit. Only one of Biology 1010
                                                                                       and Biology 1020 will be counted toward this limit.
                   1. Alberta or other Canadian high school                            Only one of Geography 1000 and Geography 1200
                         credentials                                                   will be counted toward this limit (see Part 4,
                   2. Transfer from recognized colleges or                             Section 3.c, Exceeding Course Limits, p. 75).
                         universities
                                                                                  3. Residence requirement: see page 298 for details.
                   3. Adult (Mature) Admission
                                                                                  Students seeking the B.A./B.Mgt. or B.Sc./B.Mgt. degrees
                   4. Credentials from other countries                            may not declare similar majors. For example, if
               b. All applicants must satisfy the following                       Economics, Native American Studies or Political Science
                   requirements:                                                  is chosen for the B.A. portion of the B.A./B.Mgt. program,
                   1. As outlined in Part 1 - Admission,                          Economics, First Nations’ Governance or Political Science
                         Section 3.a.1. (p. 30), satisfactory                     respectively must be excluded from the list of B.Mgt.
                         completion of Alberta's:                                 majors.
                         English Language Arts 30-1                               Depending on the major combination chosen, students
                       * Pure Mathematics 30, Mathematics 30-1,                   may be required to extend their program beyond 50
                            or Mathematics 30-2                                   courses.
                         Two other 30-level Academic Courses                 c.   Faculty of Arts and Science Degree Requirements
                            (see p. 30)                                           for the 50-Course B.A./B.Mgt. or B.Sc./Mgt.
                         A Fifth Course (not including Special                                                                                          COMBINED DEGREES
                            Projects) at the Grade 12 level (see                  1.   Completion of at least 30 Arts and Science courses
                            p. 30)                                                     with a cumulative grade point average of at least
                       * Students are strongly encouraged to complete Pure             2.00.
                         Mathematics 30 or Mathematics 30-1.
                                                                                  2.   For the B.A., at least 20 courses not from the list
                        For quantitative majors, Mathematics 30-1 or                   Science Courses. For the B.Sc., at least 20 courses
                        equivalent must be presented. For non-quantitative             from the list Science Courses (see Part 7 - Arts
                        majors, Mathematics 30-2 is also accepted.
                                                                                       and Science, Section 20. Divisional Course
                        Quantitative Majors - Mathematics 30-1 or Pure                 Designation, p. 114 and the Lists in Part 4 -
                        Mathematics 30 is required for admission to the                Academic Regulations, Section 11. General
                        Bachelor of Management with majors in
                        Accounting, Economics, and Finance.
                                                                                       Liberal Education Requirement, p. 89).
                        Non-quantitative Majors - Mathematics 30-1, Pure          3.   At least nine Arts and Science courses at the 3000/
                        Mathematics 30, or Mathematics 30-2 is required                4000 level (not Activity courses).
                        for admission to the Bachelor of Management with
                        majors in First Nations' Governance, General              4.   Not more than three Independent Study courses
                        Management, Human Resource Management and                      may be taken for credit toward the degree (see Part

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                                     4, Section 3.c, Exceeding Course Limits,                                     Economics 1012; Statistics 1770; Writing 1000 OR a
                                     p. 75).                                                                      university English course.
                              5.     Not more than 17 courses from one Department                       e.   Major Requirements for the 50-Course B.A./
                                     (see Part 4, Section 3.c, Exceeding Course                              B.Mgt. or B.Sc./B.Mgt.
                                     Limits, p. 75).
                                                                                                             1.   Arts and Science Majors
                                     Note: For purposes of these regulations, Mathematics and
                                           Computer Science; Geography and Archaeology; and                       a. For the B.A., the major program must be
                                           French, German and Spanish may be considered as                             chosen from Anthropology, Art, Dramatic Arts,
                                           separate Departments.                                                       Economics, English, French, French/German,
                                                                                                                       French/Spanish, Geography, German, History,
                              6.     Not more than four Activity courses (except for                                   Kinesiology, Music, Native American Studies,
                                     Kinesiology majors, 16; Music majors, 8) may be                                   Philosophy, Political Science, Psychology,
                                     taken for credit toward the degree (see Part 4,                                   Religious Studies, Sociology, Women and
                                     Section 3.c, Exceeding Course Limits, p. 75).                                     Gender Studies, a General Major in the
                         d.   Faculty of Management Degree Requirements for                                            Humanities, a General Major in the Social
                              the 50-Course B.A./B.Mgt. or B.Sc./B.Mgt.                                                Sciences or an approved multidisciplinary major
                                                                                                                       program in Canadian Studies or Urban and
                              1.     A minimum grade of ‘C-’ is required in                                            Regional Studies. The multidisciplinary majors
                                     Statistics 1770; Economics 1010 and                                               in Agricultural Studies and Archaeology and
                                     Economics 1012; Writing 1000 OR a university                                      Geography are specifically excluded from the
                                     English course; all Management courses; and all                                   Combined Degrees.
                                     courses in the major marked with an asterisk (*).
                                                                                                                  b. For the B.Sc., the major program must be
                              2.     A minimum GPA of 2.00 in Management courses.                                      chosen from Biological Sciences, Chemistry,
                                                                                                                       Computer Science, Geography, Mathematics,
                              3.      Completion of a minimum of 20 Management                                         Physics, Psychology, or a General Major in the
                                      courses including all courses required for the                                   Sciences. The disciplinary major in Kinesiology
                                      Management major and the courses listed below.                                   is specifically excluded. The multidisciplinary
                                      Management 1000 - Introduction to Management                                     majors in Agricultural Biotechnology,
                                      Management 2020 - Marketing                                                      Agricultural Studies, Archaeology and
                                      Management 2030 - Introduction to Organizational                                 Geography, Biochemistry, Computer Science
                                            Behaviour                                                                  and Geographical Information Science,
                                   ** Management 2070/Economics 2070 - Operations                                      Environmental Science, Exercise Science,
                                            and Quantitative Management                                                Neuroscience, and Remote Sensing are
                                      Management 2100 - Introductory Accounting                                        specifically excluded from the Combined
                                      Management 2400 - Management Accounting                                          Degrees.
                                      Management 3031 - Managing Responsibly in a                                 c. Not more than 15 courses are to be included in
                                            Global Environment                                                         a disciplinary major (see Part 4, Section 3.c,
                                      Management 3040 - Finance                                                        Exceeding Course Limits, p. 75).
                                   ** Management 3050/Political Science 3420 - Human
                                            Resource Management                                                   d. At least 15 courses are required in a
                                      Management 3061 - Information Systems and                                        multidisciplinary major.
                                            Management                                                            e. At least half the courses in the major discipline
                                      Management 3080 - Managerial Skill Development                                   must be completed at the University of
                                    * Management 3650 - Introduction to International                                  Lethbridge.
                                            Management                                                            f.   General Majors in the Humanities, Social
                                      Management 4090 - Management Policy and Strategy                                 Sciences and Sciences require at least 16
                                   ** Economics 1010 - Introduction to Microeconomics                                  courses for the major, at least six of which must
                                   ** Economics 1012 - Introduction to Macroeconomics                                  be at the 3000/4000 level, with a concentration
                                   ** Statistics 1770 - Introduction to Probability and                                of at least four courses from each of three
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                                            Statistics                                                                 disciplines. General Majors in the Humanities
                                   ** One of:                                                                          must complete a course in a language other
                                            Writing 1000 - Introduction to Academic                                    than English; General Majors in the Social
                                                  Writing                                                              Sciences must complete a ‘Quantitatively-based
                                            A university English course                                                Methodology’ course; General Majors in the
                                    * Students completing the Accounting major are not required to                     Sciences must complete a ‘Science in Human
                                      complete Management 3650                                                         Affairs’ course. For purposes of the B.A. degree
                                   ** These courses count toward the 30 courses required for the B.A.
                                                                                                                       with a General Major in the Humanities,
                                      or B.Sc. portion of the B.A./B.Mgt. or the B.Sc./B.Mgt.                          French, German and Spanish may not be
                                                                                                                       considered as separate disciplines. See 26.
                              4.     All degree requirements must be completed within                                  General Major in the Humanities
                                     10 years after admission to the Faculty of                                        (p. 293), 27. General Major in the Social
                                     Management.                                                                       Sciences (p. 293), and 28. General Major
                                                                                                                       in the Sciences (p. 294) for further
                              5.     Students are advised to take the following courses in
                                                                                                                       information.
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g.   All specific requirements for a disciplinary                Art History/Museum Studies 3215 -
     major must be fulfilled. Total requirements for                  20th-Century Art History
     each disciplinary major program follow:                          to 1945
     1. Anthropology                                             Art History/Museum Studies 3240 -
                                                                      Canadian Art History to 1940
          Students must complete a minimum of 13
          courses.                                          One of (3.0 credit hours):
                                                                 Art History/Museum Studies 3151 -
          Required courses:                                           Art History (Series)
          Anthropology 1000 - The Anthropological                Art History/Museum Studies 3220 -
                Perspective                                           Art: 1945 to 1970
          Anthropology 2010 - Theory I: Historical               Art History/Museum Studies 3245 -
                Foundations of Anthropological                        Canadian Art History: 1940 to
                Thought                                               the Present
          One of:                                                Art History/Museum Studies 3250 -
                Anthropology 2410 -                                   Northwest Coast Art
                     Anthropological Archaeology                 Art History/Museum Studies 3270 -
                Anthropology 2510 - Language,                         Issues in Contemporary Art and
                     Culture, and Communication                       Theory
                                                                 Art History/Museum Studies 3850 -
          One additional Anthropology course (3.0
                                                                      Topics in Art History/Museum
                credit hours) at the 2000 level
                                                                      Studies
          Anthropology 3000 - Theory II:
                                                                 Art History/Museum Studies 3900 -
                Contemporary Anthropological
                                                                      Critical Issues in Museum
                Theory
                                                                      Studies
          One course from Anthropology 3100 -
                                                                 Art History/Museum Studies 4000 -
                Series on Regional Ethnography
                                                                      Museum Studies Internship
          Two additional Anthropology courses (6.0
                                                                 Art History/Museum Studies 4150 -
                credit hours) at the 3000 level,
                                                                      Art History (Series)
                excluding Anthropology 3980
                (Applied Studies) and                       Art Electives:
                Anthropology 3990 (Independent                   Five elective Art or Art History/
                Study)                                                Museum Studies courses (15.0
          Three Anthropology courses (9.0 credit                      credit hours)
                hours) at the 4000 level, excluding    3. Biological Sciences
                Anthropology 4980 (Applied                  Students must complete the 16-course
                Studies), Anthropology 4990                 Combined Degrees major in Biological
                (Independent Study), and                    Sciences.
                Anthropology 4995 (Undergraduate
                Thesis)                                     Required courses:
          Two Anthropology courses (6.0 credit              Biology 1010 - Cellular Basis of Life
                hours) at the 2000 level or above           Biology 1020 - Diversity of Life
     2. Art                                                 Biology 2000 - Principles of Genetics
                                                            Biology 2200 - Principles of Ecology
          Students must complete a minimum of 13            Biology 3300 - Evolution
          courses (39.0 credit hours).
                                                            Plus: A minimum of two courses in two of
          Required courses:                                 the following areas: Cellular and Molecular
          Art 2031 - Foundation Studio (Drawing             Biology, Organismal Biology, Ecology and
                and Image)                                  Evolutionary Biology, and a minimum of
          Art 2032 - Foundation Studio (Object and          one course in the third area as listed
                Space)                                      below. Of these five courses, at least one    COMBINED DEGREES
          Art 3010 - Drawing I                              must be at the 4000 level.
          Art History/Museum Studies 1000 -                 List 1 - Cellular and Molecular
                Introduction to Art                         Biology
          Art History/Museum Studies 2001 -
                Contemporary Art Practices and              Biology 3000 - Gene Expression and
                Theories                                         Regulation
          Art History/Museum Studies 2225 -                 Biology 3005 - Genome Maintenance
                Western Art from Prehistory to the          Biology 3105 - Signal Transduction
                French Revolution                           Biology 3115 - Principles of Cell Growth
                                                          * Biology 3210 - Experimental Methods in
          One of (3.0 credit hours):                             Molecular and Cellular Biology
                Art History/Museum Studies 2900 -           Biology 4100 - Advances in Agricultural
                     Introduction to Museum Studies              Biotechnology
                Art History/Museum Studies 3200 -           Biology 4110 - Advances in Genetics,
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                                 Biology 4130 - Genomics and                           B.Mgt. degree (see Part 4, Section 3.c,
                                      Biotechnology                                    Exceeding Course Limits, p. 75). In
                                 Biology 4140 - RNA Biology                            addition, at least two courses in
                                 Biology 4170 - Plant Biotechnology                    Mathematics and two courses in Physics
                                 Biology 4200 - Techniques in Molecular                are required.
                                      Biology                                          List A - Required Chemistry Courses
                                 Biology 4230 - Molecular and Cellular
                                      Biology of Cancer                                The following six Chemistry courses must
                                                                                       be taken:
                                 List 2 - Organismal Biology
                                                                                       Chemistry 1000 - General Chemistry I
                                 Biology 3310 - Developmental Biology                  Chemistry 2000 - General Chemistry II
                                 Biology 3400 - Principles of Microbiology             Chemistry 2410 - Analytical Chemistry I
                                 Biology 3420 - Animal Physiology                      Chemistry 2500 - Organic Chemistry I
                                 Biology 3460 - Plant Physiology                       Chemistry 2600 - Organic Chemistry II
                                 Biology 3505 - Freshwater Biology                     Chemistry 2740 - Physical Chemistry
                                 Biology 3520 - Invertebrate Zoology
                                 Biology 3530 - Vertebrate Zoology                     List B - Elective Chemistry or
                                 Biology 3560 - Integrative Plant Biology              Biochemistry Courses
                                 Biology 4420 - Environmental Physiology               Four of:
                                 Biology 4440 - Toxicology                                   Biochemistry 2000 - Introductory
                                 Biology 4560 - Plant Development                                 Biochemistry
                                 List 3 - Ecology and Evolutionary                           Biochemistry 3100 - Proteins,
                                 Biology                                                          Enzymes and Nucleic Acids
                                 Biology 3605 - Conservation Biology                         Biochemistry 3300 - Bioenergetics
                              ** Biology 3610 - Prairie Conservation                              and Metabolism
                                 Biology 3630 - Field Biology                                Chemistry 3250 - Contemporary
                                 Biology 3700 - Ecosystem and Community                           Chemistry
                                      Ecology                                                Chemistry 3410 - Analytical
                                 Biology 3710 - Population Biology                                Chemistry II
                                 Biology 3800 - Aquatic Ecosystems                         * Chemistry 3730 - Advanced Physical
                                 Biology 4700 - Molecular Ecology                                 Chemistry
                                 Biology 4710 - Evolutionary and Ecological                  Chemistry 3830 - Inorganic
                                      Modelling                                                   Chemistry I
                                 Biology 4800 - Biology of Symbiotic                         Chemistry 3840 - Inorganic
                                      Interactions                                                Chemistry II
                                                                                            * Prerequisite required: Mathematics 1410.
                               * Prerequisite required: Chemistry 2000.
                              ** Prerequisite required: Environmental Science 2000.    List C - Required Cognates
                                Required cognates:                                     The following four courses must be taken:
                                Biochemistry 2000 - Introductory                       Mathematics 1560 - Calculus I
                                      Biochemistry                                     Mathematics 2560 - Calculus II
                                Chemistry 1110 - Chemistry for Life                    One of:
                                      Sciences I                                            Physics 1000 - Introduction to
                                Chemistry 2120 - Chemistry for Life                              Physics I (recommended)
                                      Sciences II                                           Physics 1050 - Introduction to
                                Physics 1050 - Introduction to Biophysics                        Biophysics
                                                                                          * Engineering 2060 - Engineering
                                Statistics 1770 - Introduction to                                Mechanics
                                      Probability and Statistics                       Physics 2000 - Introduction to Physics II
                                One of:                                               * Has prerequisite (Engineering 2000) that is not
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                                      One course (3.0 credit hours) in                  part of this major.
                                           English (at the 1000 level or
                                                                                       Biology 1010 - Cellular Basis of Life is
                                           higher)
                                                                                       highly recommended for students in the
                                      Writing 1000 - Introduction to
                                                                                       B.Sc./B.Mgt. program whose major is
                                           Academic Writing
                                                                                       Chemistry.
                                Recommended course:
                                                                                       The major in Chemistry for the Combined
                                Environmental Science 2000 -                           Degrees program is not accredited by the
                                      Fundamentals of Environmental                    Canadian Society for Chemistry nor is it
                                      Science                                          normally sufficient, in the absence of
                         4.     Chemistry                                              further study in the field, for pursuing
                                The major in Chemistry requires a                      graduate studies in Chemistry at a
                                minimum of 10 courses in Chemistry or                  Canadian university.
                                Biochemistry; a maximum of 17 courses                  Chemistry courses are organized in
                                offered by the Department of Chemistry                 sequences and must be taken in the proper
                                and Biochemistry is allowed for the B.Sc./             order. In addition, several of the 3000-level


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     courses are offered only in alternate years.              Drama 2340 - Movement Studies:
     As a result, careful planning of the program                    Fundamentals
     for the major in Chemistry is required in                 Drama 2510 - Theatre for Young
     order to be in position to take courses                         Audiences I
     when they are offered. Consequently,                      Drama 2710 - Improvisation and
     students who intend to pursue a degree                          Dramatic Process
     program with a major in Chemistry are               One of:
     advised to seek help in planning their                    Drama 2611 - Technical Theatre
     programs from the Departmental advisor                          Portfolio I
     or from any faculty member in the                         Drama 2825 - Design for Theatre:
     Department of Chemistry and                                     Fundamentals
     Biochemistry at an early stage of their
     studies.                                            Two of:
                                                               Drama 3030 - Introduction to Film
5.   Computer Science                                                Studies
     Students must complete the 11-course                      Drama 3100 - Theatre in
     Combined Degrees major in Computer                              Performance
     Science.                                                  Drama 3150 - Theatre Studies Series
     Required courses:                                         Drama 3870 - History of Costume
                                                               Drama 4211 - Theories of Theatre
     Computer Science 1620 - Fundamentals of
          Programming I                                  Three Drama electives, two at or above
     Computer Science 1820 - Discrete                          the 3000 level
          Structures                                     Required cognate:
     Computer Science 2610 - Introduction to             One of:
          Digital Systems                                      English 3201 - Elizabethan and
     Computer Science 2620 - Fundamentals of                         Jacobean Drama
          Programming II                                       English 3602 - Shakespeare
     Computer Science 2720 - Practical                         English 3620 - Modern Drama
          Software Development                                 English 3660 - Contemporary Drama
     Computer Science 3620 - Data Structures
          and Algorithms                            7.   Economics
     Computer Science 3660 - Introduction to             Students must complete a minimum of 14
          Database Systems                               courses.
     Computer Science 3740 - Programming                 Required courses:
          Languages
                                                         Economics 1010 - Introduction to
     Two additional Computer Science courses                   Microeconomics
          offered by the Department of                   Economics 1012 - Introduction to
          Mathematics and Computer Science,                    Macroeconomics
          at least one of which must be a                Economics 2750 - Quantitative Methods
          regularly offered 4000-level course                  in Economics
          (excluding Computer Science 4850 -             Economics 2900 - Economics and Business
          Topics in Computer Science,                          Statistics
          Computer Science 4980 - Applied                Economics 3010 - Intermediate
          Studies, and Computer Science 4990                   Microeconomic Theory
          - Independent Study).                          Economics 3012 - Intermediate
     Required cognate:                                         Macroeconomic Theory
     Mathematics 2000 - Mathematical                     Economics 3950 - Econometrics
          Concepts                                       Three Economics courses at the 4000
6.   Dramatic Arts                                             level                                 COMBINED DEGREES
     Students must complete a minimum of 14              Three additional Economics courses
     courses.                                            Required cognate:
     Required courses:                                   Statistics 1770 - Introduction to
     Drama 1000 - Introduction to Dramatic                     Probability and Statistics
          Arts                                      8.   English
     Drama 2100 - Play Reading and Analysis              Students must complete a minimum of 13
     Drama 2120 - History and Development                courses.
          of Theatre I
                                                         Required courses:
     Drama 2130 - History and Development
          of Theatre II                                  English 1900 - Introduction to Language
     Drama 2810 - Introduction to Stagecraft                   and Literature - or equivalent
     Drama 3130 - Canadian Theatre                       At least FOUR courses at the 2000 level,
     One of:                                                   including at least TWO from each of
          Drama 2310 - Acting: Fundamentals                    the following categories:


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                              a.   Literary Surveys                         English 3410 - 17th-Century
                                   English 2000 - Survey of                      Literature
                                        Canadian Literature                 English 3602 - Shakespeare
                                   English 2400 - Survey of English         Any offering in the English 3700,
                                        Literature I                             English 4400 or
                                   English 2450 - Survey of English              English 4600 Series with an
                                        Literature II                            emphasis on Renaissance
                                   English 2500 - Survey of                      Literature
                                        American Literature I          d.   Eighteenth Century and
                                   English 2550 - Survey of                 Romantic
                                        American Literature II              English 3301 - Rise of the Novel
                                   English 2610 - Survey of                 English 3310 - Restoration and
                                        Children’s Literature                    18th-Century Literature
                                   English 2700 - Surveys of                English 3350 - Romanticism
                                        Literature Series                   Any offering in the English 3700,
                              b. Genres, Approaches and                          English 4400 or
                                   Themes                                        English 4600 Series with an
                                   English 2100 - Poetry                         emphasis on Eighteenth-
                                   English 2200 - Drama                          Century or Romantic
                                   English 2300 - Prose Fiction                  Literature
                                   English 2720 - Approaches to        e.   Nineteenth Century
                                        Literature Series                   English 3302 - 19th-Century
                                   English 2800 - Rhetoric                       British Novel
                                   English 2810 - Grammar                   English 3500 - Victorian
                         At least EIGHT courses at the 3000 and                  Literature
                              4000 level drawn from at least FIVE of        English 3550 - American
                              the following subfields. At least TWO              Renaissance
                              of the eight courses must be at the           Any offering in the English 3700,
                              4000 level:                                        English 4400 or
                              a. Theory, Language and Creative                   English 4600 Series with an
                                   Writing                                       emphasis on Nineteenth-
                                                                                 Century Literature
                                   English 3010 - Literary Theory
                                   English 3060 - Gender and           f.   Twentieth Century and
                                        Literature                          Contemporary
                                   English 3070 - Theorizing                English 3610 - Modernism
                                        Children’s Literature               English 3620 - Modern Drama
                                   English 3800 - Creative Writing          English 3630 - Modern Novel
                                   English 3901 - History of the            English 3650 - Contemporary
                                        English Language                         Literature
                                   English 4800 - Advanced                  English 3660 - Contemporary
                                        Creative Writing                         Drama
                                   Any offering in the English 3700,        English 3670 - Nobel Laureates:
                                        English 4400, or                         Contemporary Poets
                                        English 4600 Series with an         Any offering in the English 3700,
                                        emphasis on Literary                     English 4400 or
                                        Theory, Language or                      English 4600 Series with an
                                        Creative Writing                         emphasis on Twentieth-
                              b. Old and Middle English                          Century or Contemporary
COMBINED DEGREES




                                                                                 Literature
                                   English 3401 - Medieval
                                        Literature                     g.   Canadian and Post-Colonial
                                   English 3450 - Old English               English 3001 - Canadian Poetry
                                   English 3601 - Chaucer                   English 3002 - Contemporary
                                   Any offering in the English 3700,             Canadian Drama
                                        English 4400 or                     English 3008 - Canadian
                                        English 4600 Series with an              Literature, 1867 - 1914
                                        emphasis on Old or Middle           English 3810 - Contemporary
                                        English Literature                       Canadian Literature
                              c. Renaissance                                English 3860 - Post-Colonial
                                                                                 Literature
                                   English 3201 - Elizabethan and           English 4000 - Seminars in
                                        Jacobean Drama                           Canadian and Post-
                                   English 3402 - 16th-Century                   Colonial Literature Series
                                        Literature



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                Any offering in the English 3700,          One of:
                      English 4400 or                          French 4001 - Advanced Language II
                      English 4600 Series with an              French 4002 - Advanced Studies in
                      emphasis on Canadian or                       Language (Series)
                      Post-Colonial Literature             Two additional courses in French at the
     Independent Study courses, Applied                        3000/4000 level
     Studies courses, and courses not listed               One additional course in French
     under the seven subfields are not counted
     as part of the 13-course minimum for the          10. French/German
     major; they are strongly encouraged for               Majors must successfully complete a
     students taking courses beyond this                   minimum of 16 courses, which must
     minimum, however.                                     include:
     It is recommended that students include a             Eight courses (24.0 credit hours) in French
     broad variety of periods and all three                Six courses (18.0 credit hours) in German
     genres (drama, poetry and prose fiction) in           Linguistics 2300 - Introduction to
     their programs.                                            Linguistics I: Phonetics and
9.   French                                                     Phonology
                                                           Linguistics 2600 - Introduction to
     Students must complete the 10-course
                                                                Linguistics II: Morphology, Syntax and
     Combined Degrees major in French.
                                                                Semantics
     Required courses:
                                                           Five of the above courses (15.0 credit
     One of the following pairs (a. or b.):                     hours) must be at the 3000/4000 level
            a. Non-Immersion Pair                      11. French/Spanish
                (for students who have
                                                           Majors must successfully complete a
                completed French 30, French
                                                           minimum of 16 courses, which must
                31, or equivalent)
                                                           include:
                French 1500 - Intermediate                 A minimum of eight courses in French
                    Language I                             A minimum of eight courses in Spanish
                French 2000 - Intermediate
                    Language II                            Five courses must be at the 3000/4000
                                                                level
               Note:     Students who have not
                         completed French 30 or        12. Geography
                         French 31 (or equivalent)         Students must complete the 11-course
                         should begin their program
                         with French 1000 and/or           Combined Degrees major in Geography
                         French 1100 depending on          for the B.A. or B.Sc.
                         the placement test (see
                         Section 21.v.2,                   Required courses:
                         Placement, 140). These            Geography 1000 - Introduction to Physical
                         courses will count among               Geography
                         the 17 courses allowed            Geography 1200 - Introduction to Human
                         from one department, but               Geography
                         only one of these courses
                         can count toward the              Geography 2030 - Geomorphology
                         minimum number of                 Geography 2210 - Spatial Organization of
                         French courses required for            Economic Activity
                         the major.
                                                           Geography 2300 - Weather and Climate
          OR                                               Geography 2700 - Geographical Data and
          b. Immersion Pair                                     Analysis
             (for students who have                        Geography 2735 - Introduction to
             completed French Language                          Geographical Information Science         COMBINED DEGREES
             Arts 30, Français 30, or                      Three additional courses in Geography,
             equivalent)                                        two of which must be at the 3000/
                French 2001 - Intermediate                      4000 level
                     Language for Immersion                Required cognate:
                     Graduates                             Environmental Science 2000 -
                One additional course in                        Fundamentals of Environmental
                     French                                     Science
     French 2300 - Introduction to Modern              13. German
         Literature and Literary Analysis                  Majors must successfully complete a
     French 3001 - Advanced Language I                     minimum of 13 courses in German, which
     French 3100 - Survey of Pre-                          must include:
         Revolutionary French Literature
     French 3450 - Phonetics and Diction                   A minimum of seven courses at the 3000/
                                                           4000 level, of which at least two must be
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                             Linguistics 2300 may replace one of the          Kinesiology 2130 - Humanities
                                  courses in German                                 Dimensions of Physical Activity
                             Participation in the Department’s German               Involvement
                                  Visiting Student program is                 Kinesiology 2140 - Psychological
                                  compulsory for students majoring in               Dimensions of Physical Activity
                                  German. For details, see the German               Involvement
                                  Off-Campus Studies Coordinator in           Kinesiology 2150 - Sociological
                                  the Department of Modern                          Dimensions of Physical Activity
                                  Languages.                                        Involvement
                                                                              Kinesiology 2200 - Research
                         14. History                                                Methodologies in Physical Activity
                             Students must complete the 10-course                   Involvement
                             Combined Degrees major in History.               Three 4000-level Kinesiology courses
                             Required courses:                                Two 3000/4000-level Kinesiology courses
                             History 1000 - Western Civilization              Six Physical Activity courses
                             One of:                                          Six Physical Activity courses including two
                                  History 2001 - Main Themes in                     at the 3000 level or higher
                                        Ancient History
                                  History 2100 - Main Themes in           16. Mathematics
                                        Medieval European History             13-course Combined Degrees major in
                             One of:                                          Mathematics:
                                  History 2102 - Early Modern Europe          Students must complete at least 13
                                        - 1500-1750                           courses offered by the Department of
                                  History 2150 - The Politics of Europe       Mathematics and Computer Science,
                                        - 1750-1914                           including the following required courses:
                             One of:                                          Required courses:
                                  History 2710 - Canada to 1867               Mathematics 1410 - Elementary Linear
                                  History 2720 - Canada Since 1867                  Algebra
                             Two of:                                          Mathematics 1560 - Calculus I
                                  History 2250 - China in the 19th and        Mathematics 2000 - Mathematical
                                        20th Centuries                              Concepts
                                  History 2290 - Main Themes in East          Mathematics 2560 - Calculus II
                                        Asian History                         Mathematics 2570 - Calculus III
                                  History 2300 - Latin America                Mathematics 2580 - Calculus IV
                                  History 2500 - Themes in British            Mathematics 3400 - Group and Ring
                                        Social and Political History                Theory
                                  History 2600 - Main Themes in the           Mathematics 3410 - Linear Algebra
                                        History of the United States          Mathematics 3500 - Analysis I
                                  History 2800 - History of Women             One Mathematics or Statistics course at
                                  Religious Studies 2500 - Christianity             the 3000/4000-level regularly offered
                             Four courses at the 3000 level or higher,              by the Department of Mathematics
                                  including at least two 4000-level                 and Computer Science (excluding
                                  courses (excluding History 4980 -                 Mathematics 3980/
                                  Applied Studies and History 4990 -                Mathematics 4980, Statistics 3980/
                                  Independent Study).                               Statistics 4980 - Applied Studies and
                             The Department strongly advises students               Mathematics 3990/
                             intending to pursue graduate studies to                Mathematics 4990, Statistics 3990/
                                                                                    Statistics 4990 - Independent Study)
COMBINED DEGREES




                             take History 4990. History majors should
                             meet with the Department advisor once a          Required cognates:
                             semester in order to ensure that an              Computer Science 1620 - Fundamentals of
                             appropriate program is being planned.                  Programming I
                         15. Kinesiology                                      Statistics 1770 - Introduction to
                             Students must complete the 15-course                   Probability and Statistics
                             Kinesiology major for the B.A.                   Statistics 2780 - Statistical Inference
                             Required courses:                                Note: Students are strongly encouraged to
                                                                                    include additional Computer Science
                             Twelve theory courses                                  courses in their program.
                             Kinesiology 1000 - Wellness and Physical     17. Music
                                  Activity                                    Students must complete the 16-course
                             Kinesiology 2000 - Foundations of Motor          Music major.
                                  Skill Acquisition
                             Kinesiology 2110 - Biophysical
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  Required courses:                                               Theory/History
  Theory                                                          One of:
  Music 2160 - Theory I                                               Music 3380 - History III:
* Music 2161 - Musicianship Skills I                                       Classical Music
  Music 2260 - Theory II                                              Music 3480 - History IV:
* Music 2261 - Musicianship Skills II                                      Romantic Music
  Music 3360 - Theory III                                         One Music elective, excluding
* Music 3361 - Musicianship Skills III                                Music 1000, Music 1011,
  Music 3460 - Theory IV                                              Music 3200, and Music 3261,
* Music 3461 - Musicianship Skills IV                                 and including Ensemble
* 1.5 credit hours.                                                   Activities
 History                                                          Ensemble Activities
                                                                      Four Music Ensemble Activity
 Music 2180 - History I: Antiquity to the
                                                                           courses (Each Music
      Mid-Renaissance
                                                                           Ensemble Activity counts
 Music 2280 - History II: Late Renaissance
                                                                           as one-half course, i.e., 1.5
      and Baroque
                                                                           credit hours)
 Students must also select one of the                  Note: Music Ensemble Activity participation is
 following streams and complete the                          determined by the focus of the Music major and
 additional courses for that particular                      must be fulfilled as follows:
 stream:                                                      Major Focus Music Ensemble Activity
 1. Theory/History Stream                                     Studio wind
      Music 3380 - History III: Classical                     & percussion    Wind Orchestra
           Music                                              Studio voice    University Singers or Women’s 
      Music 3480 - History IV: Romantic                                       Chorus
           Music                                              Studio pianist
      Music 3580 - History V: Twentieth-                      & guitarist     Music Ensemble Activity 2450,
           Century Music                                                      Music Ensemble Activity 2451, 
      Music 3660 - Theory V                                                   and a minimum of two semesters 
                                                                              (1.5 credit hours each) of:
      One of:
           Music 3000 - Seminar in Music                                            University Singers
                (Series) with an emphasis in                                        Vox Musica
                Theory                                                              Wind Orchestra
           Music 3606 - Orchestration                                               Women’s Chorus
           Music 4660 - Form and Analysis
                                                              Studio string   Orchestra
      One of:                                                                 (or through other approved 
           Music 3000 - Seminar in Music                                      ensemble or Independent Study 
                (Series) with an emphasis in                                  by permission of the Department 
                History                                                       of Music)
           Music 3721 - World Music                           Studio 
           Music 4060 - History VI:                           composition     Any of:
                Advanced Study in Music                                             Collaborative Piano/Guitar
           Music 4721 - Canadian Music                                              University Singers
      One 4000-level Music course, or, if a                                         Vox Musica
           4000-level course has been                                               Wind Orchestra
           chosen above, one Music
           elective, excluding Music 1000,                                          Women’s Chorus
           Music 1011, Music 3200, and                                              (or through Independent
           Music 3261, and including                                                Study by permission of the    COMBINED DEGREES
           Ensemble Activities**                                                    Department of Music)
                                                              Not more than two Music Ensemble Activities
      One Music elective, excluding                           may be counted toward the Ensemble
           Music 1000, Music 1011,                            participation requirement in a given semester.
           Music 3200, and Music 3261,
           and including Ensemble                      18. Native American Studies
           Activities                                      Students must complete the 13-course
      ** Ensemble Activity courses cannot be used to       Native American Studies major, including
         meet the 4000-level course requirement in         three courses at the 3000 level and one at
         the Music (Theory/History) major.                 the 4000 level.
 2.     General Stream                                     Required courses:
        Studio                                             Blackfoot and Cree Languages
        Music 2148 - Studio I - (Instrument)               One course in either language
        Music 2248 - Studio II - (Instrument)
        Music 3348 - Studio III - (Instrument)
        Music 3448 - Studio IV - (Instrument)

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                             Art and Literature                                 History of Philosophy
                             One of:                                            Two of:
                                   Native American Studies 2300 -                   Philosophy 2010 - Ancient
                                         North American Indian Art                       Philosophy
                                         History and Theory                         Philosophy 2030 - 17th-Century
                                   Native American Studies 2350 -                        Philosophy: Descartes to Leibniz
                                         North American Indian Art                  Philosophy 3350 - Analytic
                                         Studio                                          Philosophy
                                   Native American Studies 2600 -                   Philosophy 3409 - 18th-Century
                                         Native American Literature                      Philosophy: Leibniz to Kant
                             Culture and History                                    Philosophy 3420 - Wittgenstein
                             One of:                                            Philosophy of Values
                                   Native American Studies 2000 -               One of:
                                         Native American Philosophy                 Philosophy 2001 - Introduction to
                                   Native American Studies 2500 -                        Ethics
                                         Canadian Indian History                    Philosophy 2111 - Introduction to
                                   Native American Studies 2550 - U.S.                   Value Theory
                                         Indian History                             Philosophy 3401 - Social and Political
                             Law and Politics                                            Philosophy
                                                                                    Philosophy 3410 - Advanced Ethics
                             One of:
                                   Native American Studies 2100 -               One of:
                                         Aboriginal Peoples and Law                 Philosophy 2150 - Philosophy of Art
                                   Native American Studies 2150 -                   Philosophy 2235 - Philosophy of
                                         Native Rights in the United                     Feminism
                                         States                                     Philosophy 2236 - Environmental
                                   Native American Studies 2800 -                        Philosophy
                                         Native American Politics                   Philosophy 3402 - Biomedical Ethics
                                                                                    Philosophy 3403 - Philosophy of Love
                             Contemporary Issues                                         and Sex
                             One of:                                                Philosophy 3404 - Philosophy of Law
                                   Native American Studies 2400 -                   Philosophy 3411 - Game Theory in
                                         Traditional Aboriginal Political                Philosophy
                                         Economy                                    Philosophy 3450 - Philosophy of War
                                   Native American Studies 2700 -                   Philosophy 3460 - Philosophy of
                                         Native American Women                           Peace
                                   Native American Studies 3700 -               Philosophy of Reality
                                         Native American Health
                                                                                Two of:
                             Native American Studies 1000 is a                      Philosophy 2002 - Belief, Truth, and
                             prerequisite for all Native American                        Paradox
                             Studies courses unless otherwise                       Philosophy 2210 - Philosophy of
                             specified. This excludes languages.                         Religion
                             In addition to the above requirements, it is           Philosophy 2220 - Philosophy of Mind
                             recommended that Native American                       Philosophy 2233 - Philosophy and the
                             Studies majors take one of the following                    World View of Science: Earth
                             courses:                                                    and Life Sciences
                             Archaeology 1000 - Introduction to                     Philosophy 2234 - Philosophy and the
                                   Archaeology                                           World View of Science: Space,
                             Philosophy 1000 - Introduction to                           Time and Matter
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                                   Philosophy                                       Philosophy 3260 - Metaphysics
                             Political Science 1000 - Introduction to               Philosophy 3270 - Theory of
                                   Political Science                                     Knowledge
                                                                                    Philosophy 3280 - Philosophy of
                         19. Philosophy
                                                                                         Language
                             Students must complete the 13-course
                                                                                One course at the 4000 level in Philosophy
                             Philosophy major, including courses listed
                                                                                    or Logic
                             under each of the five headings as
                             indicated below:                                   Four additional courses in Philosophy or
                                                                                    Logic
                             Required courses:
                                                                            20. Physics
                             Logic
                                                                                Students must complete the 14-course
                             Two of:
                                                                                Combined Degrees Major in Physics.
                                   Logic 1000 - Critical Thinking
                                   Logic 2003 - Symbolic Logic I
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     Required courses:                                      Required courses:
     One of:                                                Political Science 1000 - Introduction to
          Physics 1000 - Introduction to                          Political Science
               Physics I                                    Political Science 2110 - International
          Physics 1050 - Introduction to                          Relations
               Biophysics                                   Political Science 2210 - Canadian Politics
        * Engineering 2060 - Engineering                          and Government
               Mechanics                                    Political Science 2310 - Comparative
     Physics 2000 - Introduction to Physics II                    Politics and Government
     Physics 2020 - The Physics of Everyday Life            Political Science 2511 - Introduction to
     Physics 2120 - Introduction to Physics III                   Political Theory
     Physics 2130 - Waves, Optics and Sound                 Political Science 2610 - Introductory
     Physics 2150 - Quantum Mechanics I                           Research Methods
     Physics 2925 - Introduction to                         Five Political Science courses at the 3000/
          Experimental Physics                                    4000 level
     Physics 3750 - Contemporary Physics                    Two Political Science courses at the 4000
     One of:                                                      level
          Astronomy 2020 - Modern                           Note: Political Science 4980 - Applied Studies,
               Astronomy                                          Political Science 4990 - Independent
          Astronomy 2070 - The Solar System                       Study, and Political Science 4995 -
     One other course (3.0 credit hours)                          Undergraduate Thesis may not be
                                                                  included as part of the 13-course
          offered by the Department of Physics                    minimum for the major; they are strongly
          and Astronomy, including courses in                     encouraged for students taking courses
          Astronomy or Engineering                                beyond this minimum, however.
     Required cognates:                                 22. Psychology
     Mathematics 1410 - Elementary Linear                   Students must complete the 13-course
          Algebra                                           Psychology major for the B.A. or B.Sc.
     Mathematics 1560 - Calculus I
                                                            Required courses:
     Mathematics 2560 - Calculus II
     Mathematics 2570 - Calculus III                        Psychology 1000 - Basic Concepts of
    * Engineering 2000 and Mathematics 1560 are
                                                                 Psychology
      prerequisites for Engineering 2060.                   Psychology 2030 - Methods and Statistics
    Students wishing to include 3000-level                  Four of:
    Physics courses in their program must take                   Neuroscience 2600 - Brain and
    Mathematics 2580 (Calculus IV) which is a                         Behaviour
    prerequisite for such courses except                         Psychology 2110 - Introduction to
    Physics 3750 and some offerings of the                            Child Development
    Physics 3900 series.                                         Psychology 2320 - Cognition and
                                                                      Perception: Thinking and Seeing
    It is recommended that Physics majors in                     Psychology 2505 - Abnormal
    Combined Degrees include courses in Biology,                      Psychology
    Chemistry, Computer Science and                              Psychology 2700 - Behaviour and
    Mathematics.                                                      Evolution
    Since a number of senior-level Physics courses               Psychology 2800 - Social Psychology
    are offered only in alternate years, students                Psychology 2820 - Culture,
    are advised to plan carefully to include the                      Evolution, and Human Social Life
    desired courses. Consequently, students who                  Psychology 2840 - Comparative
    intend to pursue a degree program with a                          Sexuality                               COMBINED DEGREES
    major in Physics are strongly advised to seek           Six courses offered by the Department of
    help in planning their program from the                      Psychology or the Department of
    Department of Physics and Astronomy.                         Neuroscience at the 3000/4000 level
    The major in Physics for the Combined                   One course offered by the Department of
    Degrees program provides a strong foundation                 Psychology at the 4000 level
    in Physics, but it is not normally sufficient, in
    the absence of further study in the field, for      23. Religious Studies
    pursuing graduate studies in Physics at a               A major in Religious Studies requires a
    Canadian university.                                    minimum of 10 courses, as specified:
21. Political Science                                       Required courses:
    Students must complete the 13-course                    Religious Studies 1000 - Introduction to
    Political Science major.                                     World Religions




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                         Eastern Religions                                     Philosophy 3260 - Metaphysics
                         One of:                                               Sociology 3330 - Sociology of
                                                                                    Religion
                              Religious Studies 2100 - The Hindu
                                    Tradition                             Note: The above courses have prerequisites that
                                                                                are not part of the major.
                              Religious Studies 2200 - The Buddhist
                                    Tradition                             From time to time, topics courses in some
                              Religious Studies 2300 - East Asian         departments will address the subject of
                                    Religions                             religion. These will be considered for
                                                                          credit toward a Religious Studies major on
                         Western Religions
                                                                          an individual basis when requested by the
                         One of:                                          student.
                              Religious Studies 2400 - Judaism        24. Sociology
                              Religious Studies 2450 - Bible Survey
                                                                          Students must complete the 10-course
                              Religious Studies 2500 - Christianity
                                                                          Combined Degrees major in Sociology.
                              Religious Studies 2600 - Islam
                                                                          Required courses:
                         One additional course in Religious Studies
                              at the 2000 level selected from             Sociology 1000 - Introduction to
                              Eastern Religions, Western Religions,             Sociology
                              or Religious Studies 2000 -                 Sociology 2100 - Research Methodology
                              Dimensions of Religion (Series)             Sociology 2200 - Classical Sociological
                                                                                Theory
                         Three of:
                                                                          Sociology 2210 - Contemporary
                              Religious Studies 3000 - Studies in
                                                                                Sociological Theory
                                    Religious Traditions (Series)
                              Religious Studies 3100 - Studies in         One of:
                                    Indian Religion (Series)                    Sociology 3110 - Survey Research
                              Religious Studies 3300 - Studies in               Sociology 3120 - Qualitative
                                    East Asian Religions (Series)                     Research Methods
                              Religious Studies 3400 - Studies in         Five additional courses in Sociology, four
                                    Judaism (Series)                            of which must be at the 3000/4000
                              Religious Studies 3450 - Hebrew                   level
                                    Bible                             25. Women and Gender Studies
                              Religious Studies 3501 - Studies in
                                    Christianity (Series)                 The major in Women and Gender Studies
                              Religious Studies 3600 - Studies in         requires a minimum of 13 courses as
                                    the Islamic Tradition (Series)        follows:
                              Religious Studies 4000 - Seminars in        Required courses:
                                    Religious Studies (Series)            Women and Gender Studies 1000 -
                              Religious Studies 4110 - Seminars in              Knowing Bodies: An Introduction to
                                    Eastern Religions (Series)                  Women and Gender Studies
                              Religious Studies 4400 - Seminars in        Women and Gender Studies 2300 -
                                    Western Religions (Series)                  Theorizing Women’s Lives: Feminist
                         Religious Studies 4001 - Concepts and                  Frameworks
                              Methods in the Study of Religion            Women and Gender Studies 2600 -
                         One Independent Study course in                        Activism and Advocacy
                              Religious Studies at the 3000 or 4000       Women and Gender Studies 2700 -
                              level                                             Feminist Approaches to Research
                         One of:                                          Six courses (18.0 credit hours) in Women
                              Anthropology 3500 - Ritual, Practice,             and Gender Studies at the 3000/4000
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                                    and Performance                             level
                              Anthropology 3550 - Anthropology            Three additional courses (9.0 credit
                                    of Religion                                 hours) in Women and Gender
                              Archaeology 3171 - Ancient Israel                 Studies
                              History 3007 - Greek and Roman              With the permission of the Department
                                    Mythology                             Chair, students may take a maximum of
                              History 3402 - The Reformation              two courses (6.0 credit hours) from other
                              Native American Studies 2000 -              disciplines which offer related or
                                    Native American Philosophy            complementary course materials.
                              Native American Studies 3000 -
                                                                          Note: Students may take more than one offering
                                    Native American Philosophy -                of a Series course or more than one
                                    Advanced                                    Independent Study for credit if the
                              Philosophy 2010 - Ancient                         offerings (as indicated by the specific
                                    Philosophy                                  titles) are distinct.
                              Philosophy 2210 - Philosophy of
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26. General Major in the Humanities                  minimum of four courses in each
    a. Major Requirements                            chosen stream:
       1. Students seeking a General Major in           Anthropology - all courses
          the Humanities must complete at               Archaeology - all courses
          least 16 courses designated as                   designated Social Science
          Humanities.                                   Economics - all courses
                                                           designated Social Science
       2. Students must select three                    Geography - all courses
          disciplinary streams from the                    designated Social Science
          following list, and complete a                   (courses in Geology may not
          minimum of four courses in each                  be included.)
          chosen stream:                                History - all courses
              One of Art (including courses in          Kinesiology - all courses
                  Art History/Museum                       designated Social Science
                  Studies), Dramatic Arts or               (Physical Activity courses
                  Music                                    may not be included)
              English - all courses                     Native American Studies - all
              One of French, German,                       courses (courses in
                  Japanese, or Spanish                     Blackfoot and Cree may not
              Classical Languages                          be included)
                  Greek - all courses                   Political Science - all courses
                  Hebrew - all courses                     designated Social Science
                  Latin - all courses                   Psychology - all courses
              History - all courses                        designated Social Science
              Linguistics - all courses                    (Psychology 1000 may be
              Native American Studies - all                included*)
                  courses (including courses in         Sociology - all courses
                  Blackfoot and Cree)                   Women and Gender Studies - all
              Philosophy - all courses                     courses
                  designated Humanities             * Students who wish to include
              Religious Studies - all courses         Psychology 1000 as a Social Science must
       3. General majors in the Humanities            apply to change the course designation at
          must complete a course in a                 the Registrar’s Office and Student Services
          language other than English. The            (ROSS).
          language course is counted as part      3. General Majors in the Social
          of the 16-course minimum for the           Sciences must complete a
          major.                                     ‘Quantitatively-based Methodology’
       4. Students must complete a minimum           course. This course is counted as
          of three additional courses chosen         part of the 16-course minimum for
          from any of the Humanities                 the major.
          disciplinary streams listed in 2.          ‘Quantitatively-based Methodology’
          above.                                     courses for the General Major in
       5. Of the 16 courses required in the          the Social Sciences include:
          major, six must be at the 3000/4000           Economics 2900 - Economics
          level.                                            and Business Statistics
       6. General majors in the Humanities              Geography 2700 - Geographical
          must abide by the General Liberal                 Data and Analysis
          Education Requirement and by                  Psychology 2030 - Methods and
          departmental requirements                         Statistics                              COMBINED DEGREES
          regarding prerequisites and course            Sociology 2130 - Social
          sequencing.                                       Statistics I
                                                        Statistics 2780 - Statistical
27. General Major in the Social Sciences                    Inference
    a. Major Requirements                                Note: The above courses have
       1. Students seeking a General Major in                  prerequisites which may or
                                                               may not be included in the
          the Social Sciences must complete                    major.
          at least 16 courses, including 15       4. Students must complete a minimum
          courses designated as Social               of three additional courses chosen
          Science and one ‘Quantitatively-           from any of the Social Sciences
          based Methodology’ course (see 3.          disciplinary streams listed in 2.
          below).                                    above.
       2. Students must select three              5. Of the 16 courses required in the
          disciplinary streams from the              major, six must be at the 3000/4000
          following list, and complete a             level.

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                                6. General majors in the Social                                     Philosophy 2234 - Philosophy
                                   Sciences must abide by the General                                  and the World View of
                                   Liberal Education Requirement and                                   Science: Space, Time and
                                   by departmental requirements                                        Matter
                                   regarding prerequisites and course                               Philosophy 3402 - Biomedical
                                   sequencing.                                                         Ethics
                         28. General Major in the Sciences                                          Physics 2020 - The Physics of
                                                                                                       Everyday Life
                             a. Major Requirements
                                                                                                    Note: Some of the above courses
                                1. Students seeking a General Major in                                    have prerequisites which may
                                   the Sciences must complete at least                                    or may not be included in the
                                   16 courses, including 15 courses                                       major.
                                   designated as Science and one                              4. Students must complete a minimum
                                   ‘Science in Human Affairs’ course                             of three additional courses chosen
                                   (see 3. below).                                               from any of the Sciences disciplinary
                                                                                                 streams listed in 2. above.
                                2. Students must select three
                                   disciplinary streams from the                              5. Of the 16 courses required in the
                                   following list, and complete a                                major, six must be at the 3000/4000
                                   minimum of four courses in each                               level.
                                   chosen stream:                                             6. General majors in the Sciences
                                       Archaeology - all courses                                 must abide by the General Liberal
                                           designated Science (Liberal                           Education Requirement and by
                                           Education 3600 may be                                 departmental requirements
                                           substituted for one of the                            regarding prerequisites and course
                                           courses in Archaeology)                               sequencing.
                                       Biological Sciences - all Biology        Approved Multidisciplinary Majors
                                           courses                              For information regarding approved multidisciplinary
                                       Chemistry - all courses                  majors (Canadian Studies and Urban and Regional
                                           (including courses in                Studies) which are eligible for the Combined B.A./
                                           Biochemistry)                        B.Mgt., please refer to Part 7 of this Calendar. The
                                       Computer Science - all courses           student should also contact an Academic Advisor in
                                       Geography - all courses                  the Faculty of Arts and Science.
                                           designated Science (including
                                                                                Please note that the multidisciplinary majors in
                                           courses in Geology)                  Agricultural Biotechnology, Agricultural Studies,
                                       Kinesiology - all courses                Archaeology and Geography, Biochemistry,
                                           designated Science (Physical         Computer Science and Geographical Information
                                           Activity courses may not be          Science, Environmental Science, Exercise Science,
                                           included)                            Neuroscience, and Remote Sensing are specifically
                                       Mathematics - all courses                excluded from the Combined Degrees.
                                           (including courses in
                                           Statistics)                     2.   Management Majors
                                       Neuroscience - all courses               a. Students may choose a B.Mgt. major in
                                       Physics - all courses (including             Accounting; Economics; Finance; First Nations’
                                           courses in Astronomy and                 Governance; General Management; Human
                                           Engineering)                             Resource Management and Labour Relations;
                                       Psychology - all courses                     Information Systems; International
                                           designated Science                       Management; Marketing; and Political Science.
                                3. General Majors in the Sciences                   Students may complete two majors as part of a
                                   must complete a ‘Science in Human                degree program in Management by completing
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                                   Affairs’ course. This course is                  the normal degree requirements including the
                                   counted as part of the 16-course                 specific requirements for both majors. Students
                                   minimum for the major.                           who elect to complete a second major may be
                                   ‘Science in Human Affairs’ courses               required to extend their program beyond 50
                                   for the General Major in the                     courses.
                                   Sciences include:                            b. All specific requirements for a B.Mgt. major
                                       Biochemistry 2300 - Elements of              must be fulfilled. Total requirements for each
                                           Human Nutrition                          B.Mgt. major program follow:
                                       Environmental Science 2000 -
                                           Fundamentals of
                                           Environmental Science
                                       Philosophy 2233 - Philosophy
                                           and the World View of
                                           Science: Earth and Life
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                                                           Four additional Management electives at
   Minimum Grade Requirement                                   the 3000/4000 level
                                                           Note: In the B.Mgt. Economics major, the
   A minimum grade of ‘C-’ is required in                        unspecified Economics courses count
   Statistics 1770; Economics 1010 and                           toward the 20 courses required for the
   Economics 1012; Writing 1000 OR a                             B.Mgt. portion of the B.A./B.Mgt or the
   university English course; all Management                     B.Sc./B.Mgt.
   courses; and all courses in the major
   marked with an asterisk (*) in order to            3.   Finance
   meet degree requirements.                               Economics 3030 - Managerial Economics
                                                           Management 3412 - Fundamentals of
1. Accounting                                                   Investments
Students choosing the Accounting major will be             Management 3470 - Corporate Finance
required to complete 22 Management courses                 Management 4430 - Financial Management
for the Management portion of the combined                 Management 4451 - Derivative Securities
B.A./B.Mgt. and B.Sc./B.Mgt degrees.                            Markets
      Economics 3030 - Managerial Economics                Two of:
      Management 3010 - Management Law                          Management 3441 - Financial Analysis
      Management 3100 - Intermediate Financial                  Management 3460 - Global Financial
            Accounting I                                              Management
      Management 3101 - Intermediate Financial                  Management 3480 - Personal Finance
            Accounting II                                       Management 4421 - Financial
      Management 3130 - Cost Accounting                               Institutions and Markets
      Management 3131 - Management Control                      Management 4460 - Trading and
            Systems                                                   Portfolio Management
      Management 3151 - Introduction to Tax                     Management 4470-4471 - Student
      Management 3160 - Auditing                                      Managed Investment Fund
      Management 3470 - Corporate Finance                  One of:
      Management 4160 - Accounting Theory                       Mathematics 1510 - Calculus for
      Three of:                                                       Management and Social Sciences
            Management 3170 - Accounting                        Mathematics 1560 - Calculus I
                  Information Systems                      One of:
            Management 4110 - Advanced                          Economics 2900 - Economics and
                  Financial Accounting                                Business Statistics
            Management 4130 - Advanced                          Statistics 2780 - Statistical Inference
                  Managerial Accounting II
                                                           Three additional Management electives at
            Management 4151 - Advanced Tax
                                                                the 3000/4000 level
      One of:
                                                      4. First Nations’ Governance
            Mathematics 1410 - Elementary
                  Linear Algebra                         * Native American Studies 1000 -
            Mathematics 1510 - Calculus for                     Introduction to Native American
                  Management and Social Sciences                Studies
            Mathematics 1560 - Calculus I                * Native American Studies 2100 - Aboriginal
                                                                Peoples and Law
      One of:
            Economics 2900 - Economics and                 One of:
                  Business Statistics                         * Native American Studies 2400 -
            Statistics 2780 - Statistical Inference                   Traditional Aboriginal Political
                                                                      Economy
2. Economics
                                                              * Native American Studies 2800 -
    * Economics 2750 - Quantitative Methods                           Native American Politics             COMBINED DEGREES
            in Economics
                                                           One of:
    * Economics 3010 - Intermediate
                                                              * Management 4507/Native American
            Microeconomic Theory
                                                                      Studies 4120 - Historical and
    * Economics 3012 - Intermediate
                                                                      Legal Aspects of First Nations’
            Macroeconomic Theory
                                                                      Governments
      One of:                                                 * Management 4508/Native American
            Mathematics 1510 - Calculus for                           Studies 4150 - Administrative
                  Management and Social Sciences                      Aspects of First Nations’
            Mathematics 1560 - Calculus I                             Governments
      One of:                                              One of:
          * Economics 2900 - Economics and                    * Blackfoot 1000 - Introductory
                  Business Statistics                                 Spoken Blackfoot
          * Statistics 2780 - Statistical Inference           * Cree 1000 - Introductory Spoken
    * Five Economics courses, four of which                           Cree
            must be at the 3000/4000 level

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                         A minimum of four courses from one of                  * Any offering in Native American
                         the following subfield lists (Community,                      Studies 3850 or Native
                         Gender, and Traditional Knowledge;                            American Studies 4850 with an
                         Government, Organizations, and Politics;                      emphasis on Government,
                         History and Law):                                             Organizations, and Politics.
                               List 1 - Community, Gender, and                    List 3 - History and Law
                               Traditional Knowledge                            * Management 4507/Native American
                             * Management 4508/Native American                         Studies 4120 - Historical and
                                    Studies 4150 - Administrative                      Legal Aspects of First Nations’
                                    Aspects of First Nations’                          Governments
                                    Governments                                 * Native American Studies 2150 -
                             * Native American Studies 2000 -                          Native Rights in the United
                                    Native American Philosophy                         States
                             * Native American Studies 2230 -                   * Native American Studies 2500 -
                                    Family and First Nations’                          Canadian Indian History
                                    Community Development                       * Native American Studies 2550 - U.S.
                             * Native American Studies 2400 -                          Indian History
                                    Traditional Aboriginal Political            * Native American Studies 3100 - Law
                                    Economy                                            and Aboriginal Development in
                             * Native American Studies 2700 -                          Canada
                                    Native American Women                       * Native American Studies 3280/
                             * Native American Studies 3000 -                          Management 3580 - Aboriginal
                                    Native American Philosophy -                       Peoples and Natural Resources
                                    Advanced                                    * Native American Studies 3500 -
                             * Native American Studies 3250/                           History of Prairie Indian Treaties
                                    Management 3500 - Financial                 * Native American Studies 4400 -
                                    Management in Aboriginal                           Indians and the Criminal Justice
                                    Communities                                        System
                             * Native American Studies 3700 -                 1 * Native American Studies 4700 - The

                                    Native American Health                             Métis
                             * Native American Studies 4206/                    * Any offering in Native American
                                    Management 4506 - Aboriginal                       Studies 3850 or Native
                                    Small Business and                                 American Studies 4850 with an
                                    Entrepreneurship in Canada                         emphasis on History and Law.
                           1 * Native American Studies 4700 - The
                                                                                 Note: Courses may count only for a major
                                    Métis                                              requirement or for one subfield.
                             * Any offering in Native American                 1. Prerequisite required: Native American
                                    Studies 3850 or Native                        Studies 3500
                                    American Studies 4850 with an              2. Prerequisite required: Native American
                                    emphasis on Community,                        Studies 2550
                                    Gender, and Traditional
                                    Knowledge.                              Three additional Management electives at
                                                                                the 3000/4000 level
                               List 2 - Government,
                                                                            Note: In the B.Mgt. First Nations’ Governance
                               Organizations, and Politics                        major, all courses in the selected subfield
                               Management 3590/Native American                    list and both Native American Studies
                                    Studies 3590 - Current Practices              courses in the “one of ” lists count toward
                                    in Aboriginal Governments                     the 20 courses required for the B.Mgt.
                             * Management 4507/Native American                    portion of the B.A./B.Mgt. or the B.Sc./
                                    Studies 4120 - Historical and                 B.Mgt.
                                    Legal Aspects of First Nations’    5.   General Management
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                                    Governments
                                                                            Management 2700 - Research
                             * Management 4508/Native American
                                                                                 Methodology
                                    Studies 4150 - Administrative
                                                                            Eight 3000/4000-level Management
                                    Aspects of First Nations’
                                                                                 electives.
                                    Governments
                             * Native American Studies 2150 -          6.   Human Resource Management and
                                    Native Rights in the United             Labour Relations
                                    States                                  Management 2700 - Research
                             * Native American Studies 2400 -                    Methodology
                                    Traditional Aboriginal Political        Management 3310 - Collective Labour
                                    Economy                                      Relations
                             * Native American Studies 2800 -               Management 4310 - Advanced
                                    Native American Politics                     Organizational Behaviour
                             * Native American Studies 3400 -               Management 4350 - Advanced Human
                                    Contemporary Aboriginal                      Resource Management
                                    Political Economy
                           2 * Native American Studies 3550 - U.S.
                                    Indian Policy
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     One of:                                            Management 3640 - Cross-Cultural
         Psychology 1000 - Basic Concepts of                Management Practices
               Psychology                               Management 3660/Geography 3225 -
         Sociology 1000 - Introduction to                   Industrial Location and
               Sociology                                    Globalization of Enterprise
     Three of:                                          Management 3670/Political
         Management 3010 - Management                       Science 3170 - The Politics of
               Law                                          Canadian Trade Policy
                                                      1 Management 3685 - Issues in
         Management 3315 - Diversity in
               Employment                                   International Management
         Management 3320 - Public Sector                    (Series)
               Labour Relations                         Management 3690 - Management in
         Management 3330 - Individual                       World History
                                                      1
               Employment Relations                     Management 3815 - Regional Aspects
         Management 3340 - Collective                       of International Management
               Agreement Arbitration                        (Series)
         Management 3360 - Organization                 Management 3860 - Law and
               Theory                                       Institutions of International
         Management 3370 - Strategic Career                 Trade
               Management                               Management 4220 - Cross-Cultural
         Management 3390 - Canadian Trade                   Marketing
               Unions                                   Management 4551 - Sustainable
         Management 3810 - Administrative                   Tourism
               Law                                      Management 4580 - Environmental
         Management 3901 - Professional                     Management
               Consulting                               Management 4640 - Cross-Cultural
         Management 3920 - Project                          Work Study
               Management                          Four Management courses at the 3000/
         Management 4330 - Collective                   4000 level
               Bargaining                              1
                                                           Students may take up to two series courses to
         Management 4370 - Leadership in                   meet the “Four of ” Elective requirement: two
               Organizations                               offerings in the Management 3685 series;
         Management 4390 - Leading                         two offerings in the Management 3815
               Organizational Change                       series; or one offering from each series.
         Management 4901 - Applied                 Language Minor:
               Consulting                          In addition to completing an international
     Two additional Management electives at        exchange semester as part of the major,
         the 3000/4000 level                       students in the International Management
7.   Information Systems                           major must declare and complete a
                                                   Language Minor. All Language courses
     Computer Science 1620 - Fundamentals of
                                                   completed prior to the exchange must
         Programming I
                                                   have a minimum grade of ‘C-.’ Students
     Economics 3030 - Managerial Economics
                                                   must select one of the following Minors:
     Management 3821 - Visual Programming
         Applications                              a. Minor: French
     Management 3822 - Object-Oriented                Four courses in French
         Programming for Web Applications          b. Minor: German
     Management 3830 - Contemporary
         Database Applications                        Four courses in German
     Management 4380 - Management Issues in        c. Minor: Japanese
         Information Systems                          Four courses in Japanese                             COMBINED DEGREES
     Management 4840 - Systems Analysis
     Management 4841 - Systems Design              d. Minor: Spanish
     One of:                                          Four courses in Spanish
         Economics 2900 - Economics and            Students interested in pursuing a language
               Business Statistics                 other than those listed above are advised
         Statistics 2780 - Statistical Inference   to contact Student Program Services in
     Three additional Management electives at      the Faculty of Management for more
         the 3000/4000 level                       details.
8.   International Management                      The Language Minor will be acknowledged
                                                   on the official transcript.
     Management 2700 - Research
                                                   Note: If the University does not offer a sufficient
         Methodology                                     number of courses to meet the four-
     Four of:                                            course Language Minor, students may
         Management 3070 - Introduction to               obtain permission from the Faculty of
               Supply Chain Management                   Management to attend other institutions
         Management 3460 - Global Financial              in order to fulfill their language
               Management                                requirements and credit will be approved
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                                       toward the University of Lethbridge                                 Management 4210 - Advertising and
                                       degree. The International Management                                      Promotions
                                       major includes an international exchange                            Management 4220 - Cross-Cultural
                                       semester. In general, a student may not                                   Marketing
                                       select his or her native language as the
                                       language of study.                                            Three additional Management electives at
                                                                                                           the 3000/4000 level
                              All students in the International                                 10. Political Science
                              Management major are required to                                       Management 2700 - Research
                              participate in an international exchange.                                    Methodology
                              Students study at an international                                     Political Science 1000 - Introduction to
                              university for one semester, and take the                                    Political Science
                              equivalent of the following courses while
                              on the exchange:                                                       Political Science 2210 - Canadian Politics
                                                                                                           and Government
                              Two Management courses at the 3000/
                              4000 level                                                           * Six Political Science courses, four of which
                              Two electives chosen to meet the                                             must be at the 3000/4000 level
                              General Liberal Education Requirement                                  Two additional Management electives at
                              (see Part 4, Section 11, p. 89)                                              the 3000/4000 level
                              The exchange courses are part of the 50                                Note: In the B.Mgt. Political Science major, the
                              courses required by the Combined                                             unspecified Political Science courses count
                              Degrees program.                                                             toward the 20 courses required for the
                              Students participating in a European                                         B.Mgt. portion of the B.A./B.Mgt or the
                              exchange must complete a minimum of                                          B.Sc./B.Mgt.
                              courses equivalent to 24.0 credits under
                              the European Credit Transfer                        f.   Suggested Sequencing Plan
                              Accumulation System (ECTS). Course                       See www.uleth.ca/ross/sequence_plans/
                              credits completed at an international                    ba_bsc_bmgt.html for a suggested sequencing plan for the
                              university may vary from the UofL credit                 B.A./B.Mgt. or B.Sc./B.Mgt. Combined Degrees program.
                              system.
                                                                                  g.   Management Minor Requirements
                         9.    Marketing                                               Students may elect to complete minors in Information
                                                                                       Systems, Social Responsibility, and Supply Chain
                               Economics 3030 - Managerial Economics                   Management in the B.A./B.Mgt. or B.Sc./B.Mgt. program.
                               Management 3210 - Consumer Behaviour                    In some cases, achievement of the minor and a chosen
                               Management 3220 - Marketing Research                    major will require a student to take extra courses (see
                               Management 4230 - Marketing                             Part 11 - Faculty of Management, Section 12,
                                    Management                                         p. 236).
                               Psychology 1000 - Basic Concepts of
                                    Psychology                                    h.   Academic Regulations
                               Sociology 1000 - Introduction to                        In the Combined Degrees program, students divide their
                                    Sociology                                          time between different Faculties which have different
                               One of:                                                 standards of academic performance. Students should read
                                    Psychology 2320 - Cognition and                    the academic regulations for each Faculty in which a
                                          Perception: Thinking and Seeing              portion of the Combined Degrees will be taken. For the
                                    Psychology 2800 - Social Psychology                B.A./B.Mgt. or B.Sc./B.Mgt., students should be aware of
                                    Sociology 2200 - Classical                         the Arts and Science regulations (Part 7) and the
                                          Sociological Theory                          Management regulations (Part 11).
                                    Sociology 2600 - The Individual and
                                          Society                                 i.   Residence Requirement
                                                                                       Students must complete a minimum of 30 courses at the
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                               One of:
                                    Economics 2900 - Economics and                     University of Lethbridge, including 20 Arts and Science
                                          Business Statistics                          courses and 10 Management courses at the 3000/4000
                                    Statistics 2780 - Statistical Inference            level.
                               Three of:
                                    Management 3230 - Retailing
                                          Management
                                    Management 3240 - Sales
                                          Management
                                    Management 3250 - Social Marketing
                                    Management 3260 - Not-for-Profit
                                          Marketing
                                    Management 3806 - Small Business
                                          Management
                                    Management 3862 - E-commerce
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9.   POST-DIPLOMA COMBINED DEGREES                                                courses taken within the semesters containing the
     PROGRAMS IN FINE ARTS AND EDUCATION                                          last 20 university-level courses (60.0 credit hours),
                                                                                  including courses in a previous degree and courses
     a.   Admission                                                               taken subsequently.
          Students begin the program classified as Pre-Post-                      Students must meet the following minimum
          Diploma B.F.A. (Art or Dramatic Arts)/B.Ed. or Pre-Post-                qualifications for admission to the Faculty of
          Diploma B.Mus./B.Ed. in the Faculty of Fine Arts. After                 Education:
          completion of 10 courses, including Education 2500 (or
          equivalent), students must apply to the Faculty of                      a. A minimum grade point average of 2.50
          Education. Students are not officially in the Post-Diploma                    calculated on all UofL and transferable courses
          Combined Degrees program until they have been                                 completed within the semesters containing the
          admitted to BOTH the Faculty of Fine Arts and the                             last 20 courses. If any part of the diploma falls
          Faculty of Education.                                                         within the last 20 courses (60.0 credit hours),
                                                                                        the entirety of the diploma (i.e., diploma GPA)
          Note: The Faculty of Education does not offer a B.Ed. degree alone,
                except after an approved degree; first degree students must
                                                                                        is considered in the computation.
                be admitted to a Combined Degrees program in order to             b. A minimum cumulative grade point average of
                receive a B.Ed.                                                         2.50 on all graded courses comprising the
                                                                                        major, including all diploma courses.
          1.   Faculty of Fine Arts Admission Requirements for the
               35-Course Post-Diploma B.F.A. (Art or Dramatic                     c. Credit in Education 2500 - Practicum I -
               Arts)/B.Ed. or Post-Diploma B.Mus./B.Ed.                                 Orientation to Teaching (or equivalent)
                                                                                        including a favourable recommendation from
               a. Completion of an approved* two- or three-
                                                                                        the instructor (see Section 6.b.4.
                    year college diploma in Art, Theatre or
                                                                                        Education 2500 Prerequisite, p. 165).
                    Dramatic Arts or Music with a GPA of 2.50.
                                                                                        Students who do not receive a favourable
                    * Approved by the Dean of the Faculty of Fine Arts in               recommendation for admission to the Faculty
                      consultation with representatives from the academic               of Education may be permitted to re-enroll in
                      discipline. Approval is dependent upon the college’s
                      program containing the courses required for the first two
                                                                                        the course after one full year provided they can
                      years of the B.F.A. (Art or Dramatic Arts) or the B.Mus.          demonstrate that they have sufficiently
                      The college program must include a minimum of 16                  remediated inadequacies in their previous
                      courses in the discipline.                                        performance.
               b.  Portfolio/audition appropriate to the area of                  d.   Demonstrated proficiency in written and oral
                   application:                                                        English by the June 1 document deadline. A
                   Art: See Art Portfolio instructions in Part 9 -                     student may meet the Writing Proficiency
                   Fine Arts, Section 3.a. Bachelor of Fine                            Requirement in any of the following ways:
                   Arts (Art) and pre-Bachelor of Fine Arts                            •    obtaining a grade of 75 percent or higher
                   (Art)/Bachelor of Education, p. 178. .                                   on the English Language Arts 30-1 Alberta
                   Theatre/Dramatic Arts: A collection of                                   Diploma exam
                   materials representative of recent theatre                          •    obtaining a final grade of 80 percent or
                   experiences as a performer, designer,                                    higher in English Language Arts 30-1 or its
                   technician, etc. A typical sample: a list of                             equivalent from any province
                   productions, roles, reviews. Also photographs,                      •    passing the Alberta Universities’ Writing
                   programs, video tape.                                                    Competence Test (AUWCT)
                   Music: A performance or composition tape                            •    obtaining a pass in the ‘Writing for
                   recording of 20 minutes of music representing                            University’ course
                   at least two musical styles by different
                   composers.                                                          •    obtaining a grade of ‘B’ (3.00 on a 4.0
                                                                                            scale) or higher in Writing 1000
               The B.F.A. (Multidisciplinary) is specifically excluded
               from the Post-Diploma Combined Degrees                                  •    obtaining a grade of ‘B’ (3.00 on a 4.0
                                                                                            scale) or higher in a university English        COMBINED DEGREES
               program.
                                                                                            course
          2.   Faculty of Education Admission Requirements for                         •    successful completion of a recognized
               the 35-Course Post-Diploma B.F.A. (Art or                                    degree from an English-language university
               Dramatic Arts)/B.Ed. or Post-Diploma B.Mus./B.Ed.
                                                                                       Students are encouraged to consult early with
               Based on the Faculty’s quota system, normally a total                   the Faculty of Education, Student Program
               of 216 students in all programs will be admitted to                     Services Office regarding procedures for
               the Faculty each June to begin their studies in the Fall                meeting the Writing Proficiency Requirement.
               Semester. For application and document deadlines,
               see Part 1 - Admission, p. 29.                                     e.   Completion of an acceptable portfolio/
                                                                                       performance audition and interview for those
               Students should note that completion of pre-                            students in the Post-Diploma B.F.A. (Dramatic
               Education requirements does not guarantee                               Arts)/B.Ed. or Post-Diploma B.Mus./B.Ed.
               admission to the program. For qualified applicants                      programs.
               admission decisions are based primarily on
               evaluation of performance in Education 2500, a                     f.   Special Case Admission
               writing proficiency requirement, and grade point                        Students who have a good academic record but
               average calculated on all UofL and transferable                         who for some reason had a period of time
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                                         when their performance was significantly lower,    Art Studio: List II
                                         may apply for Special Case admission (up to        Two of (6.0 credit hours):
                                         four such students may be admitted). See Part          Art 3006 - Printmaking II
                                         8 - Education, Section 4.b. Special Case               Art 3023 - Painting II
                                         Admission (p. 162) for details.                        Art 3027 - Photo-Arts II
                                    g.   Aboriginal Special Case Admission                      Art 3033 - Sculpture II
                                         The Faculty of Education provides two special          Art 3061 - Media Arts II (Video Sketchbook)
                                         admission opportunities for students of                Art 3160 - Drawing II (The Body)
                                         Aboriginal descent. See Part 8 - Education,        Art Studio: List III
                                         Section 4.c. Special Admission                     Two of (6.0 credit hours):
                                         Procedures for Students of Aboriginal                  Art 3007 - Printmaking III
                                         Descent (p. 162) for details.                          Art 3011 - Drawing III
                         b.   Faculty of Fine Arts Requirements for the 35-                     Art 3015 - Art Studio (Series)
                              Course (105.0 credit hours) Post-Diploma B.F.A.                   Art 3024 - Painting III
                              (Art or Dramatic Arts)/B.Ed. or Post-Diploma                      Art 3028 - Photo-Arts III
                              B.Mus./B.Ed.                                                      Art 3034 - Sculpture III
                                                                                                Art 3035 - Context and Environment
                              1.    Completion of a minimum of eight courses (24.0              Art 3062 - Media Arts III (Audio Art/Sound
                                    credit hours) in the discipline (Art and/or Art                  Studio)
                                    History/Museum Studies, Drama, or Music) with a         Art History: List A
                                    grade point average of at least 2.00. These courses
                                    will be a subset of the courses currently required in   One of (3.0 credit hours):
                                    the B.F.A. (Art or Dramatic Arts)/B.Ed. or B.Mus./          Art History/Museum Studies 2900 -
                                    B.Ed. programs.                                                  Introduction to Museum Studies
                                                                                                Art History/Museum Studies 3200 - 19th-
                              2.    Completion of seven courses from the Social                      Century Art History
                                    Sciences and Sciences to fulfill the General Liberal        Art History/Museum Studies 3215 - 20th-
                                    Education Requirement as follows (see Part 4 -                   Century Art History to 1945
                                    Academic Regulations, Section 11, p. 89):                   Art History/Museum Studies 3240 - Canadian
                                    a. Two courses from each of List II: Social Sciences             Art History to 1940
                                         and List III: Sciences.                            Art History: List B
                                    b. Three additional courses from either of these        One of (3.0 credit hours):
                                         two areas.                                             Art History/Museum Studies 3220 -
                                                                                                     Art: 1945 to 1970
                              3.    Completion of at least eight courses (24.0 credit
                                                                                                Art History/Museum Studies 3245 - Canadian
                                    hours) at the 3000/4000 level.
                                                                                                     Art History: 1940 to the Present
                              4.    A maximum of three Independent Studies (see Part            Art History/Museum Studies 3270 - Issues in
                                    4, Section 3.c, Exceeding Course Limits,                         Contemporary Art and Theory
                                    p. 75).                                                 Art History: List C
                              5.    The entire program must be approved in advance by       One of (3.0 credit hours):
                                    an Academic Advisor in the Faculty of Fine Arts.            Art History/Museum Studies 3151 - Art
                                    Required Art and Art History/Museum                              History (Series)
                                    Studies Courses:                                            Art History/Museum Studies 3250 - Northwest
                                                                                                     Coast Art
                                    Note: * = 6.0 credit hours
                                                                                                Art History/Museum Studies 3850 - Topics in
                                     Art 2031 - Foundation Studio (Drawing and Image)                Art History/Museum Studies
                                     Art 2032 - Foundation Studio (Object and Space)            Art History/Museum Studies 3900 - Critical
                                     Art 3010 - Drawing I                                            Issues in Museum Studies
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                                   * Art 3040 - Advanced Studio (6.0 credit hours)              Art History/Museum Studies 4000 - Museum
                                     Art 3060 - Media Arts I (Computer Art)                          Studies Internship
                                   * Art 4048 - Senior Studio (6.0 credit hours)                Art History/Museum Studies 4150 - Art
                                     Art History/Museum Studies 1000 - Introduction to               History (Series)
                                          Art
                                     Art History/Museum Studies 2001 - Contemporary         One further course chosen from Art History Lists
                                          Art Practices and Theories                            A, B, or C
                                     Art History/Museum Studies 2225 - Western Art          Required Drama courses:
                                          from Prehistory to the French Revolution          Drama 1000 - Introduction to Dramatic Arts
                                     Art Studio: List I                                     Drama 2100 - Play Reading and Analysis
                                     Two of (6.0 credit hours):                             Drama 2120 - History and Development of
                                          Art 3005 - Printmaking I                              Theatre I
                                          Art 3022 - Painting I                             Drama 2130 - History and Development of
                                          Art 3026 - Photo-Arts I                               Theatre II
                                          Art 3032 - Sculpture I                            Drama 2310 - Acting: Fundamentals
                                                                                            Drama 2420 - Directing: Fundamentals
                                                                                            Drama 2611 - Technical Theatre Portfolio I
                                                                                            Drama 2810 - Introduction to Stagecraft
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 Drama 3100 - Theatre in Performance                                                                       Music Ensemble Activity 3450,
 Drama 3600 - Portfolio in Dramatic Arts II                                                                Music Ensemble Activity 3451, 
 Drama 4420 - Directing                                                                                    and a minimum of two semesters 
                                                                                                           (1.5 credit hours each) of:
 One of:
                                                                                                                 University Singers
     Drama 2320 - Voice and Speech: Fundamentals
     Drama 2340 - Movement Studies:                                                                              Vox Musica
          Fundamentals                                                                                           Wind Orchestra
     Drama 2510 - Theatre for Young Audiences I                                                                  Women’s Chorus
     Drama 2710 - Improvisation and Dramatic                                               Studio string   Orchestra
          Process                                                                                          (or through other approved 
     Drama 2830 - Stage Makeup                                                                             ensemble or Independent Study 
 One of:                                                                                                   by permission of the Department 
     Drama 3130 - Canadian Theatre                                                                         of Music)
     Drama 3150 - Theatre Studies Series                                                   Not more than two Music Ensemble Activities
     Drama 4211 - Theories of Theatre                                                      may be counted toward the Ensemble
                                                                                           participation requirement in a given semester.
 Required Music courses:
                                                                             Elective
 Applied
                                                                             One of:
 Music 2148 - Studio I - (Instrument)                                            Music 2500 - Introduction to Music Technology
 Music 2248 - Studio II - (Instrument)                                           Music 2850 - Topics in Music
 Music 3348 - Studio III - (Instrument)                                          Music 3000 - Seminar in Music (Series) with an
 Music 3448 - Studio IV - (Instrument)                                                emphasis on History
 Music 3548 - Studio V - (Instrument)                                            Music 3000 - Seminar in Music (Series) with an
 Music 3648 - Studio VI - (Instrument)                                                emphasis on Literature
 Note: Composition is not available as a Studio area in the                      Music 3000 - Seminar in Music (Series) with an
       B.Mus./B.Ed.                                                                   emphasis on Pedagogy
  History                                                                        Music 3000 - Seminar in Music (Series) with an
  Music 2180 - History I: Antiquity to the Mid-                                       emphasis on Theory
      Renaissance                                                                Music 3030 - Film Music
  Music 2280 - History II: Late Renaissance and                                  Music 3149 - Composition I
      Baroque                                                                    Music 3606 - Orchestration
  Music 3380 - History III: Classical Music                                      Music 3660 - Theory V
  Music 3480 - History IV: Romantic Music                                        Music 3721 - World Music
  Music 3580 - History V: Twentieth-Century Music                                Music 3850 - Topics in Music
                                                                                 Music 4721 - Canadian Music
  Theory                                                                         Music 4748 - Studio VII - (Instrument)
  Music 2160 - Theory I                                                          Music 4850 - Topics in Music
* Music 2161 - Musicianship Skills I                                             Two Music Ensemble Activity courses (1.5
  Music 2260 - Theory II                                                              credit hours each)
* Music 2261 - Musicianship Skills II
  Music 3360 - Theory III                                        c.   Faculty of Education Requirements for the 35-
* Music 3361 - Musicianship Skills III                                Course (105.0 credit hours) Post-Diploma B.F.A.
  Music 3460 - Theory IV                                              (Art or Dramatic Arts)/B.Ed. or Post-Diploma
* Music 3461 - Musicianship Skills IV                                 B.Mus./B.Ed.
  Music 4660 - Form and Analysis                                      1.     Application and admission to the Faculty of
* 1.5 credit hours.                                                          Education.
 Conducting                                                           2.   Completion of the equivalent of 20 Education
 Music 3500 - Conducting I                                                 courses including:
 Music 3600 - Conducting II                                                                                                                    COMBINED DEGREES
                                                                           Education 2500
 Ensembles                                                               * Professional Semesters I, II and III
 Six Ensemble Activity courses (Each Music Ensemble                     ** One Education Foundation course
      Activity counts as one-half course, i.e., 1.5                    *** Three Education electives
      credit hours)                                                         * Students entering the Faculty of Education should note that
                                                                              practicum placements include locations outside of Lethbridge.
       Note: Music Ensemble Activity participation is
                                                                              Students must be prepared to travel. Some locations require
             determined by the focus of the Music major and
                                                                              relocation Monday to Friday.
             must be fulfilled as follows:
                                                                             While not an admission requirement to the Faculty of Education,
                Major Focus Music Ensemble Activity
                                                                             some school jurisdictions and schools may require a criminal
                Studio wind                                                 record check (or equivalent) from student teachers prior to
                & percussion   Wind Orchestra                                practicum. The student is responsible for the cost of obtaining
                Studio voice   University Singers or Women’s                such documentation.
                               Chorus                                      ** The Education Foundation Requirement may be met in the
                Studio pianist                                               following ways:
                & guitarist     Music Ensemble Activity 2450,                a.     One course from the following list:
                                Music Ensemble Activity 2451,

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                                         Education 4310 - Comparative Studies of Education in       e.   Academic Regulations
                                             Developed and Third World Nations
                                         Education 4311 - World Issues and Problems in Education         In the Post-Diploma Combined Degrees program,
                                         Education 4320 - Education and Society from a                   students divide their time between two different Faculties
                                             Sociological Perspective                                    which measure different standards of academic
                                         Education 4321 - Social Issues in Education                     performance. Students should read the academic
                                         Education 4341 - Foundations of Multicultural Education
                                             in Canada                                                   regulations for each Faculty in which a portion of the
                                         Education 4360 - Studies in the History of Western              Combined Degrees will be taken. For the Post-Diploma
                                             Education                                                   B.F.A./B.Ed. or B.Mus./B.Ed. students should be aware of
                                         Education 4361 - History of Canadian Education                  the Education regulations (Part 8) and Fine Arts
                                         Education 4362 - Concepts of Childhood in the History of
                                             Education                                                   regulations (Part 9).
                                         Education 4380 - Developing a Philosophy of Education
                                         Education 4381 - Ethics of Teaching                        f.   Education Minor Requirements
                                         Education 4391 - Seminar in Educational Foundations             Students may elect to complete a minor in addition to a
                                             (Series)
                                                                                                         major. The minor must be a school subject and include
                                   b.    One appropriate Independent Study.
                                                                                                         five non-Education courses and an appropriate Education
                               *** The three Education Electives for Post-Diploma B.Mus./B.Ed.           methods course, usually selected from the
                                   students must consist of:
                                                                                                         Education 3700 series. Students are eligible to receive an
                                   Two Education (Music) electives from the following:                   endorsement on their official transcripts upon
                                        Education 3871 - Elementary Music Classroom                      completion of a minor. Please refer to Part 8 -
                                        Education 3872 - Secondary Music Classroom
                                        Education 3875 - Brass and Percussion Methods                    Education, Section 7. Education Minors (p. 168)
                                        Education 3876 - Woodwind and String Methods                     for information on Education Minor Requirements.
                                        Education 3877 - Vocal and Classroom Instruments
                                           Methods                                                  g.   Education Specialization Requirements
                                   One Education (Fine Arts/Music) elective from the following:          Students may elect to complete a specialization in
                                        Education 3871 - Elementary Music Classroom                      addition to a major or minor. Students will be eligible to
                                        Education 3872 - Secondary Music Classroom                       receive an endorsement on their official transcript upon
                                        Education 3875 - Brass and Percussion Methods
                                        Education 3876 - Woodwind and String Methods                     completion of a specialization. Please refer to Part 8 -
                                        Education 3877 - Vocal and Classroom Instruments                 Education, Section 8. Education Specializations
                                           Methods                                                       (p. 172) for information on Education Specialization
                                        Education 3700 - Applied Principles of Curriculum and            Requirements.
                                           Instruction for Non-Majors (Series) (Art)
                                        Education 3700 - Applied Principles of Curriculum and       h.   Residence Requirement
                                           Instruction for Non-Majors (Series) (Drama)
                                                                                                         Students must complete a minimum of 35 courses (105.0
                              3.   Maintenance of a grade point average of 2.50 in                       credit hours) at the University of Lethbridge, including a
                                   Education courses.                                                    minimum of eight courses (24.0 credit hours) in the
                              4.   Completion of the appropriate Education major as                      discipline and 20 Education courses (60.0 credit hours).
                                   defined by the program.                                          i.   Education Special Study Arrangements
                              5.   Maintenance of a program GPA of 2.50 in the                           Applied Studies
                                   appropriate Education major.                                          Eligible students in the Faculty of Education may earn up
                              6.   Completion of the General Liberal Education                           to five course credits through Applied Studies, designated
                                   Requirement (see Part 4 - Academic                                    by the numbers Education 2501, Education 2510 and
                                   Regulations, Section 11, p. 89).                                      Education 4980. The Applied Studies program for the
                                                                                                         Faculty of Education is coordinated through the
                         d.   Suggested Sequencing Plans                                                 Coordinator of Applied Studies, the Faculty of Arts and
                              See www.uleth.ca/ross/sequence_plans/                                      Science, in consultation with the Associate Dean, Faculty
                              art_bfa_bed_pd.html for a suggested sequencing plan for                    of Education.
                              the Post-Diploma B.F.A. (Art)/B.Ed. Combined Degrees                       Independent Study
                              program.                                                                   A maximum of two Independent Studies may be
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                              See www.uleth.ca/ross/sequence_plans/                                      completed in the B.Ed. portion of the Post-Diploma B.F.A.
                              dram_bfa_bed_pd.html for a suggested sequencing plan                       (Art or Dramatic Arts)/B.Ed. and of the Post-Diploma
                              for the Post-Diploma B.F.A. (Dramatic Arts)/B.Ed.                          B.Mus./B.Ed. (see Part 4, Section 3.c, Exceeding
                              Combined Degrees program.                                                  Course Limits, p. 75).
                              See www.uleth.ca/ross/sequence_plans/                                      Study Tours
                              musi_bmus_bed_pd.html for a suggested sequencing plan                      Credit may be received for a maximum of two Study Tour
                              for the Post-Diploma B.Mus./B.Ed. Combined Degrees                         courses (Education 4920). The Study Tours must be
                              program.                                                                   approved in advance by the Assistant Dean, Student
                                                                                                         Program Services, Faculty of Education (see Student
                                                                                                         Program Services for policies and procedures governing
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10. POST-DIPLOMA COMBINED DEGREES PROGRAM                                               c.   Credit in Education 2500 - Practicum I -
    IN MANAGEMENT AND EDUCATION                                                              Orientation to Teaching (or equivalent)
                                                                                             including a favourable recommendation from
   a.   Admission                                                                            the instructor (see Section 6.b.4.
        Students begin the program classified as Pre-Post-                                   Education 2500 Prerequisite, p. 165).
        Diploma B.Mgt./B.Ed. in the Faculty of Management. After                             Students who do not receive a favourable
        completing one or two semesters and Education 2500,                                  recommendation for admission to the Faculty
        students apply to the Faculty of Education. Students are                             of Education may be permitted to re-enroll in
        not officially in the Post-Diploma Combined Degrees                                  the course after one full year provided they can
        program until they have been admitted to BOTH the                                    demonstrate that they have sufficiently
        Faculty of Management and the Faculty of Education.                                  remediated inadequacies in their previous
        Note: The Faculty of Education does not offer a B.Ed. degree alone,                  performance.
              except after an approved degree; first degree students must
              be admitted to a Combined Degrees program in order to
                                                                                        d.   Demonstrated proficiency in written and oral
              receive a B.Ed.                                                                English by the June 1 document deadline. A
                                                                                             student may meet the Writing Proficiency
        1.   Faculty of Management Admission Requirements for                                Requirement in any of the following ways:
             the 35-Course Post-Diploma B.Mgt./B.Ed                                          •    obtaining a grade of 75 percent or higher
             a. A student may gain admission to the Post-                                         on the English Language Arts 30-1 Alberta
                  Diploma Bachelor of Management Degree                                           Diploma exam
                  program by completing an approved diploma in                               •    obtaining a final grade of 80 percent or
                  business administration or management with a                                    higher in English Language Arts 30-1 or its
                  cumulative grade point average (GPA) at or                                      equivalent from any province
                  above the current admission cut-off and not
                  less than 2.0.                                                             •    passing the Alberta Universities’ Writing
                                                                                                  Competence Test (AUWCT)
             b. For some approved college diplomas (based on
                  program content), students may gain admission                              •    obtaining a pass in the ‘Writing for
                  by successfully completing the Qualifying                                       University’ course
                  program.                                                                   •    obtaining a grade of ‘B’ (3.00 on a 4.0
             See Part 11 - Faculty of Management, Section                                         scale) or higher in Writing 1000
             11.a (p. 231) for details on the courses in the                                 •    obtaining a grade of ‘B’ (3.00 on a 4.0
             Qualifying program.                                                                  scale) or higher in a university English
                                                                                                  course
        2.   Faculty of Education Admission Requirements for
             the 35-Course Post-Diploma B.Mgt./B.Ed.                                         •    successful completion of a recognized
                                                                                                  degree from an English-language university
             Based on the Faculty’s quota system, normally a total
             of 216 students in all programs will be admitted to                             Students are encouraged to consult early with
             the Faculty each June to begin their studies in the Fall                        the Faculty of Education, Student Program
             Semester. For application and document deadlines,                               Services Office regarding procedures for
             see Part 1 - Admission, p. 29.                                                  meeting the Writing Proficiency Requirement.
             There are enrolment limits on the number of                                e.   Special Case Admission
             students admitted to the Faculty of Education.                                  Students who have a good academic record but
             Students should note that completion of pre-                                    who for some reason had a period of time
             Education requirements does not guarantee                                       when their performance was significantly lower,
             admission to the program. For qualified applicants                              may apply for Special Case admission (up to
             admission decisions are based primarily on                                      four such students may be admitted). See Part
             evaluation of performance in Education 2500, a                                  8 - Education, Section 4.b. Special Case
             writing proficiency requirement, and grade point                                Admission (p. 162) for details.
             average calculated on all UofL and transferable                            f.   Aboriginal Special Case Admission
             courses taken within the semesters containing the                                                                                  COMBINED DEGREES
             last 20 university-level courses (60.0 credit hours),                           The Faculty of Education provides two special
             including courses in a previous degree and courses                              admission opportunities for students of
             taken subsequently.                                                             Aboriginal descent. See Part 8 - Education,
                                                                                             Section 4.c. Special Admission
             Students must meet the following minimum                                        Procedures for Students of Aboriginal
             qualifications for admission to the Faculty of                                  Descent (p. 162) for details.
             Education:
             a. A minimum grade point average of 2.50                         b.   Faculty of Management Requirements for the 35-
                   calculated on all UofL and transferable courses                 Course (105.0 credit hours) Post-Diploma B.Mgt./
                   completed within the semesters containing the                   B.Ed.
                   last 20 courses. If any part of the diploma falls               1.   A minimum grade of ‘C-’ is required in
                   within the last 20 courses (60.0 credit hours),                      Statistics 1770; Writing 1000 OR a university English
                   the entirety of the diploma (i.e., diploma GPA)                      course; all Management courses; and all courses in
                   is considered in the computation.                                    the major marked with an asterisk (*). Students who
             b. A minimum cumulative grade point average of                             take Economics 1010 and/or Economics 1012 as
                   2.50 on all graded courses comprising the                            part of their degree requirements must achieve a
                   major, including all diploma courses.                                minimum grade of ‘C-’.
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                                   Note: The Faculty of Management requires that students              Supply Chain Management in the Post-Diploma B.Mgt./
                                         complete Writing 1000 or a university English course          B.Ed. program (see Part 11 - Faculty of Management,
                                         with a minimum grade of ‘C-’. However, if a student           Section 12, p. 236).
                                         chooses to meet the Faculty of Education’s Writing
                                         Proficiency Requirement (WPR) by completing              d.   Faculty of Education Requirements for the 35-
                                         Writing 1000 or a university English course, a minimum        Course (105.0 credit hours) Post-Diploma B.Mgt./
                                         grade of ‘B’ is required.                                     B.Ed.
                              2.   A minimum GPA of 2.00 in Management courses.                        1.     Application and admission to the Faculty of
                              3.   A minimum cumulative UofL GPA of 2.00.                                     Education.

                              4.   Completion of the General Management major                          2.      Completion of the equivalent of 20 Education
                                   comprising the following courses.                                           courses including:
                                   Required courses:                                                           Education 2500
                                                                                                             * Professional Semesters I, II and III
                                   Management 2070/Economics 2070 - Operations                              ** One Education Foundation course
                                         and Quantitative Management                                           Three Education electives
                                   Management 2700 - Research Methodology
                                   Management 3031 - Managing Responsibly in a                               * Students entering the Faculty of Education should note that
                                                                                                               practicum placements include locations outside of Lethbridge.
                                         Global Environment                                                    Students must be prepared to travel. Some locations require
                                   Management 3050/Political Science 3420 - Human                              relocation Monday to Friday.
                                         Resource Management
                                                                                                              While not an admission requirement to the Faculty of Education,
                                   Management 3061 - Information Systems and                                  some school jurisdictions and schools may require a criminal
                                         Management                                                           record check (or equivalent) from student teachers prior to
                                   Management 3650 - Introduction to International                            practicum. The student is responsible for the cost of obtaining
                                         Management                                                           such documentation.
                                   Management 4090 - Management Policy and Strategy                         ** The Education Foundation Requirement may be met in the
                                   Statistics 1770 - Introduction to Probability and                           following ways:
                                         Statistics                                                            a.     One course from the following list:
                                   One of:                                                                            Education 4310 - Comparative Studies of Education in
                                         Writing 1000 - Introduction to Academic                                         Developed and Third World Nations
                                               Writing                                                                Education 4311 - World Issues and Problems in Education
                                                                                                                      Education 4320 - Education and Society from a
                                         A university English course                                                     Sociological Perspective
                                   Electives:                                                                         Education 4321 - Social Issues in Education
                                                                                                                      Education 4341 - Foundations of Multicultural Education
                                   Three Management courses at the 3000/4000 level                                       in Canada
                                                                                                                      Education 4360 - Studies in the History of Western
                              5.   Completion of seven courses from Lists I, II and III                                  Education
                                   for the General Liberal Education Requirement (see                                 Education 4361 - History of Canadian Education
                                   Part 4 - Academic Regulations, Section 11,                                         Education 4362 - Concepts of Childhood in the History of
                                                                                                                         Education
                                   p. 89) as follows:                                                                 Education 4380 - Developing a Philosophy of Education
                                   • three courses from List I: Fine Arts and                                         Education 4381 - Ethics of Teaching
                                       Humanities Courses (includes Writing 1000 OR                                   Education 4391 - Seminar in Educational Foundations
                                       a university English course from above);                                          (Series)
                                   • two courses from List II: Social Science Courses                          b.     One appropriate Independent Study.
                                       (includes Management 3050/Political                             3.     Maintenance of a grade point average of 2.50 in
                                       Science 3420 from above); and,                                         Education courses.
                                   • two courses from List III: Science Courses
                                       (includes Statistics 1770 and Management 2070/                  4.     Completion of the Career and Technology Studies
                                       Economics 2070 from above).                                            (CTS): Business Focus Education major.
                                   Note: Students should be aware that these are the                   5.     Maintenance of a program GPA of 2.50 in the
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                                         requirements for the General Management major only.                  appropriate Education major.
                                         Students may choose to complete a different
                                         Management major in the Combined Degrees program.             6.     Completion of the General Liberal Education
                                         If students choose a different Management major, they                Requirement (see Part 4 - Academic
                                         may be required to extend their programs beyond 35                   Regulations, Section 11, p. 89).
                                         courses (see Section 11, p. 231, in Part 11 -
                                         Faculty of Management for all Management major           e.   Suggested Sequencing Plan
                                         requirements). For example, students who choose the           See www.uleth.ca/ross/sequence_plans/
                                         International Management major are required to
                                         complete a Language minor and are required to take 41
                                                                                                       bmgt_bed_pd.html for a suggested sequencing plan for
                                         courses in order to meet degree requirements (see             the Post-Diploma B.Mgt./B.Ed. Combined Degrees
                                         Section 11.d.7., p. 234, in Part 11 - Faculty of              program.
                                         Management).
                                                                                                  f.   Academic Regulations
                         c.   Management Minor Requirements                                            In the Post-Diploma Combined Degrees program,
                              Students may elect to complete minors in First Nations                   students divide their time between two different Faculties
                              Governance, Information Systems, International                           which measure different standards of academic
                              Management, New Media, Social Responsibility and                         performance. Students should read the academic


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     regulations for each Faculty in which a portion of the       11. BACHELOR OF FINE ARTS (NEW MEDIA)/
     Combined Degrees will be taken. For the Post-Diploma             BACHELOR OF MANAGEMENT
     B.Mgt./B.Ed. students should be aware of the Education           The Faculties of Fine Arts and Management jointly offer a 50-
     regulations (Part 8) and Management regulations (Part            course Combined Degrees program leading to the degrees
     11).                                                             B.F.A. (New Media)/B.Mgt. Upon successful completion of the
g.   Education Minor Requirements                                     Combined Degrees program, the student receives the B.F.A.
                                                                      (New Media) degree from the Faculty of Fine Arts and the
     Students may elect to complete a minor in addition to a          B.Mgt. degree from the Faculty of Management. Neither
     major. The minor must be a school subject and include            degree is granted until the entire Combined Degrees program
     five non-Education courses and an appropriate Education          is completed.
     methods course, usually selected from the
     Education 3700 series. Students are eligible to receive an       a.   Admission
     endorsement on their official transcripts upon                        Students may be admitted to the B.F.A. (New Media)/
     completion of a minor. Please refer to Part 8 -                       B.Mgt. when they are admitted to the University. If a
     Education, Section 7. Education Minors (p. 168)                       student is admitted to the Combined Degrees program
     for information on Education Minor Requirements.                      and subsequently chooses or is required to withdraw
h.   Education Specialization Requirements                                 from the program, he or she must make formal
                                                                           application to the Faculty in which he or she intends to
     Students may elect to complete a specialization in                    pursue a degree. For application and document deadlines,
     addition to a major or minor. Students will be eligible to            see Part 1 - Admission, p. 29.
     receive an endorsement on their official transcript upon
     completion of a specialization. Please refer to Part 8 -              1.   Admission Requirements for the 50-Course B.F.A.
     Education, Section 8. Education Specializations                            (New Media)/B.Mgt.
     (p. 172) for information on Education Specialization                       a. Admission may be gained by one of the
     Requirements.                                                                  following admission routes. (Please note that
i.   Residence Requirement                                                          the admission policies and procedures set out
                                                                                    in Part 1- Admission of this Calendar are
     Students must complete a minimum of 30 courses at the                          applicable in this section, unless otherwise
     University of Lethbridge, including a minimum of eight                         noted in this section.)
     Management courses and 15 Education courses (three
     Professional Semesters).                                                       1. Alberta or other Canadian high school
                                                                                          credentials.
j.   Education Special Study Arrangements                                           2. Transfer from recognized colleges or
     Applied Studies                                                                      universities.
     Eligible students in the Faculty of Education may earn up                      3. Adult (Mature) Admission.
     to five course credits through Applied Studies, designated                     4. Credentials from other countries.
     by the numbers Education 2501, Education 2510 and
     Education 4980. The Applied Studies program for the                        b. All applicants must satisfy the following
     Faculty of Education is coordinated through the                                requirements:
     Coordinator of Applied Studies, the Faculty of Arts and                        1. As outlined in Part 1 - Admission,
     Science, in consultation with the Associate Dean, Faculty                            Section 3.a.1. (p. 30), satisfactory
     of Education.                                                                        completion of Alberta’s:
     Independent Study                                                                    English Language Arts 30-1
     A maximum of two Independent Studies may be                                        * Pure Mathematics 30, Mathematics 30-1,
     completed in the B.Ed. portion of the Post-Diploma                                      or Mathematics 30-2
     B.Mgt./B.Ed.                                                                         Two additional 30-level Academic Courses
                                                                                             (see p. 30)
     Study Tours                                                                          A Fifth Course (not including Special
     Credit may be received for a maximum of two Study Tour                                  Projects) at the Grade 12 level (see
     courses (Education 4920). The Study Tours must be                                       p. 30)                                            COMBINED DEGREES
     approved in advance by the Assistant Dean, Student                                  * Students are strongly encouraged to complete Pure
     Program Services, Faculty of Education (see Student                                   Mathematics 30 or Mathematics 30-1.
     Program Services for policies and procedures governing                               For quantitative majors, Mathematics 30-1 or Pure
     Study Tours).                                                                        Mathematics 30 must be presented. For non-
                                                                                          quantitative majors, Mathematics 30-2 is also
                                                                                          accepted.
                                                                                          Quantitative Majors - Mathematics 30-1 or Pure
                                                                                          Mathematics 30 is required for admission to the
                                                                                          Bachelor of Management with majors in
                                                                                          Accounting, Economics and Finance.
                                                                                          Non-quantitative Majors - Mathematics 30-1, Pure
                                                                                          Mathematics 30, or Mathematics 30-2 is required
                                                                                          for admission to the Bachelor of Management with
                                                                                          majors in Computer Science, First Nations’
                                                                                          Governance, General Management, Human
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                                        Information Systems, International Management,
                                        Marketing, and Political Science.                         Essay Option
                                        Instead of Pure Mathematics 30 or                         Applicants who may not have access to the necessary
                                        Mathematics 30-1, students may use U of L’s               technology may submit an essay in place of a portfolio.
                                        Mathematics 0500.                                         The essay should discuss or explain your definition of
                                  2.    Enrolment in this program is limited and                  new media and its importance to your professional
                                        admission is competitive; selections are                  development. Length: approximately 750 words/3
                                        made based on the following:                              typed pages double-spaced. Be sure to include your
                                                                                                  name and contact information.
                                        a. Academic proficiency, as demonstrated
                                              by grade achievement;                               ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
                                        b. Completed portfolio or essay                           Summary Questionnaire:
                                              alternative; and                                    Past: What aspects of your background prepare you
                                        c. Summary Questionnaire                                  for a university new media degree program with a
                                                                                                  creative focus?
                                  3.    All students entering the B.F.A. (New
                                        Media) program must submit a portfolio                    Present: The B.F.A. (New Media) program requires
                                        (or essay alternative) as well as a Summary               an extraordinary commitment of time and energy.
                                        Questionnaire as part of their admission                  Explain why you feel you are prepared to make this
                                        requirements. Details are given below:                    commitment at this time in your life.
                                                                                                  Future: What do you hope to learn from the New
                                                                                                  Media program?
                         New Media Portfolio Content
                         Please submit samples of your work from any or all of              b.   General Requirements for the 50-Course B.F.A.
                         these areas: new media, art, drama, and music.                          (New Media)/B.Mgt.
                         Art                               Music                                 1.   Completion of the General Liberal Education
                         Maximum of 10 images              10 - 15 minute audio or                    Requirement (see Part 4 - Academic
                         you consider your best            videotape of your                          Regulations, Section 11, p. 89).
                         work—do not send                  performance or                        2.   Not more than 10 courses may be taken at the 0100/
                         original artwork—send             composition.                               1000 level for credit toward the degree. Activity
                         photocopies, scanned                                                         courses are exempted from this limit. Language
                         copies, photographs, or                                                      courses are offered in the 0100-1990 range. Only
                         digitized images.                                                            the first course in the range counts toward this limit
                                                                                                      in the language subjects of French, German, Greek,
                         Theatre/Drama                     New Media                                  Japanese, Latin and Spanish. Only one of Economics
                         Collection of images              Computer generated still                   1010 and Economics 1012 will be counted toward
                         (reviews, photos,                 images, moving images                      this limit. Only one of Biology 1010 and Biology 1020
                         programs), video or               (video or animation) or                    will be counted toward this limit. Only one of
                         audio tapes—do not                design (minimum of 10).                    Geography 1000 and Geography 1200 will be
                         send originals.                                                              counted toward this limit (see Part 4, Section 3.c,
                                                                                                      Exceeding Course Limits, p. 75).
                         Medium
                         Choose one of the following media on which to                           3.   Residence requirement: see Section 3.h., p. 307
                         submit your work:                                                            for details.
                         • VHS tape                                                         c.   Faculty of Fine Arts Degree Requirements for the
                         • Audiotape                                                             50-Course B.F.A. (New Media)/B.Mgt.
                         • CD (include necessary plug-ins)
                                                                                                 1.   Successful completion of 30 course equivalents (90.0
                         • DVD
                                                                                                      credit hours) with a cumulative grade point average
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                         • Website address (include link to necessary plug-                           of at least 2.00 on courses taken for credit towards
                            ins)                                                                      the degree.
                         • Hard copy (photographs, photocopies, scanned
                            image prints)                                                        2.   A minimum GPA of 2.50 in all New Media courses
                                                                                                      taken for credit towards the degree.
                         Include a printed copy of contents, date of
                         work, and your name and contact information.                            3.   A minimum of nine New Media courses (27.0 credit
                         Note: Applicants may use a video camera to video artwork—
                                                                                                      hours) at the 3000/4000 level.
                               paintings, drawings, sculpture. It is strongly recommended        4.   A maximum of three Independent Studies (9.0 credit
                               that you do not send original video or audiotape of a                  hours) (see Part 4, Section 3.c, Exceeding
                               performance. If you do not have the equipment to make
                               a copy, a duplicate can be made by businesses offering
                                                                                                      Course Limits, p. 75).
                               those services.                                                   5.   Completion of the following New Media courses:
                         Portfolio Return: If you want your portfolio                                 New Media 1000 - Introduction to New Media
                         returned, please include a stamped, self-addressed                           New Media 2005 - Design Fundamentals for New
                         envelope.                                                                      Media


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          New Media 2010 - Visual Communications for New                           Management 3050/Political Science 3420 - Human
            Media                                                                      Resource Management
          New Media 2030 - Digital Video Production                                Management 3061 - Information Systems and
          New Media 3030 - 3-D Computer Modelling and                                  Management
            Animation                                                              Management 3080 - Managerial Skill Development
          New Media 3150 - Seminar in New Media Studies                            Management 3650 - Introduction to International
          New Media 3420 - Narrative for New Media I                                   Management
          New Media 3520 - Net.Art                                                 Management 4090 - Management Policy and Strategy
          New Media 3680 - Interactive Media Sequencing                            One of:
          New Media 4640 - Portfolio and Professional                                    Writing 1000 - Introduction to Academic
            Practice                                                                           Writing
          One of:                                                                        A university English course
              New Media 3010 - Cinematography and                                  Six 3000/4000-level Management electives
                   Lighting                                                        Economics 1010 - Introduction to Microeconomics
              New Media 3620 - Digital Effects and                                 Economics 1012 - Introduction to Macroeconomics
                   Compositing                                                     Statistics 1770 - Introduction to Probability and
              New Media 3850 - Topics in New Media                                     Statistics
              New Media 4420 - Narrative for New Media II
                                                                                   Note: Students should be aware that these are the
              New Media 4850 - Topics in New Media                                       requirements for the General Management major only.
          Two New Media Electives at the 3000/4000 level                                 Students may choose to complete a different
                                                                                         Management major in the Combined Degrees program.
     6.   Completion of the following Fine Arts courses:                                 If students choose a different Management major, they
          Art 2031 - Foundation Studio (Drawing and Image)                               may be required to extend their programs beyond 50
          Art 2032 - Foundation Studio (Object and Space)                                courses (see Section 10, p. 225, in Part 11 -
          Drama 1000 - Introduction to Dramatic Arts                                     Faculty of Management for all Management major
                                                                                         requirements).
          Drama 3030 - Introduction to Film Studies
          Music 1011 - Materials of Music                                     4.   All degree requirements must be completed within
          Music 2500 - Introduction to Music Technology                            10 years after admission to the Faculty of
          Three additional courses from Art and Art History/                       Management
               Museum Studies, Drama, Music, and/or New                       5.   Students are advised to take the following courses by
               Media including representation from two                             the end of their second year: Economics 1010;
               disciplines                                                         Economics 1012; Management 1000; Statistics 1770;
          Note: Art and Art History/Museum Studies are both offered by             and Writing 1000 OR a university English course.
                the Department of Art and are considered as one
                discipline.                                              e.   Management Minor Requirements
     7.   Completion of the following electives:                              Students may elect to complete a minor in Information
                                                                              Systems or Social Responsibility in the B.F.A. (New
          Two Science electives                                               Media)/B.Mgt. program. In some cases, achievement of
          One Social Science elective                                         the minor and a chosen major will require a student to
          One elective                                                        take extra courses (see Part 11, Faculty of
d.   Faculty of Management Degree Requirements for                            Management, Section 12, p. 235).
     the 50-Course B.F.A. (New Media)/B.Mgt.                             f.   Academic Regulations
     1.   A minimum grade of 'C-' is required in                              In the Combined Degrees program, students divide their
          Statistics 1770; Economics 1010 and                                 time between different Faculties which have different
          Economics 1012; Writing 1000 OR a university                        standards of academic performance. Students should read
          English course; and all Management courses.                         the academic regulations for each Faculty in which a
                                                                              portion of the Combined Degrees will be taken. For the
     2.   A minimum GPA of 2.00 in Management courses.
                                                                              B.F.A. (New Media)/B.Mgt, students should be aware of
     3.   Completion of a minimum of 20 Management                            the Fine Arts regulations (Part 9) and the Management
                                                                                                                                                 COMBINED DEGREES
          courses including all courses required for the                      regulations (Part 11).
          General Management major listed below:
                                                                         g.   Residence Requirement
          Management 1000 - Introduction to Management
                                                                              Students must complete a minimum of 30 courses at the
          Management 2020 - Marketing
                                                                              University of Lethbridge including seven New Media
          Management 2030 - Introduction to Organizational
                                                                              courses and 10 Management courses at the 3000/4000
             Behaviour
                                                                              level.
          Management 2070/Economics 2070 - Operations
             and Quantitative Management                                 h.   Sample Sequence Plan
          Management 2100 - Introductory Accounting                           See www.uleth.ca/ross/sequence_plans/
          Management 2400 - Management Accounting                             bfa_bmgt.html for a suggested sequencing plan for the
          Management 2700 - Research Methodology                              Bachelor of Fine Arts (New Media)/Bachelor of
          Management 3031 - Managing Responsibly in a                         Management program.
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                   12. BACHELOR OF HEALTH SCIENCES/BACHELOR                                                Information Systems, International Management,
                       OF MANAGEMENT                                                                       Marketing, and Political Science.
                       The Faculties of Health Sciences and Management jointly offer                       Instead of Pure Mathematics 30 or
                       a 50-course Combined Degrees program leading to the                                 Mathematics 30-1, students may use U of L’s
                                                                                                           Mathematics 0500.
                       degrees B.H.Sc./B.Mgt. Upon successful completion of the
                       Combined Degrees program, the student receives the B.H.Sc.                c.   An interview will be required for applicants
                       degree from the Faculty of Health Sciences and the B.Mgt.                      seeking Adult (Mature) Admission.
                       degree from the Faculty of Management. Neither degree is                  d.   Spoken English Language Proficiency
                       granted until the entire Combined Degrees program is                           Requirement (SELP)
                       completed.                                                                     In addition to the English Language Proficiency
                         a.   Admission                                                               requirement for regular University of
                                                                                                      Lethbridge undergraduate admission (see
                              Students may be admitted to the B.H.Sc./B.Mgt. when
                                                                                                      Section 6.a in Part 1 - Admission, p. 42),
                              they are admitted to the University. If a student is
                                                                                                      applicants to the Public Health major in the
                              admitted to the Combined Degrees program and
                                                                                                      Bachelor of Health Sciences/Bachelor of
                              subsequently chooses or is required to withdraw from
                                                                                                      Management, whose first language is not
                              the program, he or she must make formal application to
                                                                                                      English, must also meet a Spoken English
                              the Faculty in which he or she intends to pursue a degree.
                                                                                                      Language Proficiency requirement. This
                              For application and document deadlines, see Part 1 -
                                                                                                      additional SELP requirement is essential
                              Admission, p. 29.
                                                                                                      because students must be able to communicate
                              1.   Admission Requirements for the 50-Course B.H.Sc./                  clearly and effectively with colleagues,
                                   B.Mgt.                                                             instructors, health care professionals, and the
                                   a. Admission may be gained by one of the                           public in a variety of settings to be successful in
                                       following admission routes. (Please note that                  the Bachelor of Health Sciences Program.
                                       the admission policies and procedures set out                  Evidence of Spoken English Language
                                       in Part 1- Admission of this Calendar are                      Proficiency must be presented prior to
                                       applicable in this section, unless otherwise                   admission and may be shown in one of the
                                       noted in this section.)                                        following ways:
                                       1. Alberta or other Canadian high school                       1. At least six consecutive years of full-time
                                             credentials.                                                  study in a country where the primary
                                                                                                           language is English and in a recognized
                                       2. Transfer from recognized colleges or                             institution where the primary language of
                                             universities.                                                 the institution is English. These studies
                                       3. Adult (Mature) Admission.                                        must include satisfactory completion of
                                       4. Credentials from other countries.                                English Language Arts 30-1 or its
                                                                                                           equivalent, or satisfactory completion of
                                   b. All applicants must satisfy the following                            at least two transferable semester courses
                                       requirements:                                                       in English. These studies must also precede
                                       1. As outlined in Part 1 - Admission,                               admission by not more than two years.
                                             Section 3.a.1. (p. 30), satisfactory                     2. Graduation with an approved high school
                                             completion of Alberta’s:                                      credential, including at least six
                                             English Language Arts 30-1                                    consecutive years of fulltime academic
                                             Biology 30                                                    study, from an institution or institutions
                                           * Pure Mathematics 30, Mathematics 30-1,                        where the language of instruction is
                                                or Mathematics 30-2                                        English. These studies must include
                                             One additional 30-level Academic Course                       satisfactory completion of English
                                                (see p. 30)                                                Language Arts 30-1 or its equivalent.
                                             A Fifth Course (not including Special                         These studies must also precede
                                                Projects) at the Grade 12 level (see                       admission by not more than two years.
                                                p. 30)
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                                                                                                      3. Successful completion of a recognized
                                           * Students are strongly encouraged to complete Pure             degree requiring at least four full years of
                                             Mathematics 30 or Mathematics 30-1.                           academic study at a post-secondary
                                             For quantitative majors, Mathematics 30-1 or Pure             institution where the language of
                                             Mathematics 30 must be presented. For non-                    instruction is English and in a country
                                             quantitative majors, Mathematics 30-2 is also                 where English is the principal language.
                                             accepted.
                                                                                                      4. Successful completion of the equivalent of
                                             Quantitative Majors - Mathematics 30-1 or Pure
                                             Mathematics 30 is required for admission to the
                                                                                                           six years of full-time instruction in a
                                             Bachelor of Management with majors in                         school/institution in Canada in which the
                                             Accounting, Economics, and Finance.                           major language of instruction is other than
                                             Non-quantitative Majors - Mathematics 30-1, Pure
                                                                                                           English, but where the level of English
                                             Mathematics 30, or Mathematics 30-2 is required               proficiency required for graduation is
                                             for admission to the Bachelor of Management with              equivalent to that in English language
                                             majors in Computer Science, First Nations’                    schools/institutions in Canada.
                                             Governance, General Management, Human                    5. A score of at least 50 on the TSE (Test of
                                             Resource Management and Labour Relations,                     Spoken English).

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               6.   A score of at least 23 on the Speaking                    One of:
                    section score of the iBT TOEFL.                               * Biology 1010 - Cellular Basis of Life
               7.   A score of at least 7.0 on the IELTS band                       Kinesiology 1000 - Wellness and Physical
                    for Speaking.                                                         Activity
               8.   A score of at least 70 on the CAEL sub-                   One of:
                    test for Speaking.                                              Anthropology 1000 - The Anthropological
b.   General Requirements for the 50-Course B.H.Sc./                                      Perspective
     Mgt.                                                                           Political Science 1000 - Introduction to Political
                                                                                          Science
     1.   Completion of the General Liberal Education                         One of:
          Requirement (see Part 4 - Academic                                        Writing 1000 - Introduction to Academic
          Regulations, Section 11, p. 89).                                                Writing
     2.   Not more than 10 courses may be taken at the 0100/                        A university English course
          1000 level for credit toward the degree. Activity                   Electives
          courses are exempted from this limit. Language                      One Science elective
          courses are offered in the 0100-1990 range. Only                    Three Fine Arts and Humanities electives
          the first course in the range counts toward this limit              Six Public Health/Health Sciences electives
          in the language subjects of French, German, Greek,
          Japanese, Latin and Spanish. Only one of Economics                 * Prerequisite required: Biology 30; One of Chemistry 30 or
                                                                               Chemistry 0500
          1010 and Economics 1012 will be counted toward
          this limit. Only one of Biology 1010 and Biology 1020    d.   Faculty of Management Degree Requirements for
          will be counted toward this limit. Only one of                the 50-Course B.H.Sc./B.Mgt.
          Geography 1000 and Geography 1200 will be
          counted toward this limit (see Section 3.c,                   1.    A minimum grade of 'C-' is required in Health
          Exceeding Course Limits, p. 75).                                    Sciences 3450/Psychology 3450; Economics 1010
                                                                              and Economics 1012; Writing 1000; and all
     3.   Residence requirement: see Section 3.h., p. 310                     Management courses.
          for details.
                                                                        2.    A minimum GPA of 2.00 in Management courses.
c.   Faculty of Health Sciences Degree Requirements
     for the 50-Course B.H.Sc./B.Mgt.                                   3.    Completion of a minimum of 20 Management
                                                                              courses including all courses required for the
     1.   A minimum GPA of 2.50 in all Public Health courses                  Management major and the courses listed below:
          taken and a cumulative grade point average of at least              Management 1000 - Introduction to Management
          2.00 on courses for credit towards the degree.                      Management 2030 - Introduction to Organizational
     2.   All degree requirements must be completed within                       Behaviour
          seven years after the first Public Health course taken              Management 2070/Economics 2070 - Operations
          towards the degree.                                                    and Quantitative Management
                                                                              Management 2100 - Introductory Accounting
     3.   Completion of the Public Health major comprising                    Management 2400 - Management Accounting
          the following courses:                                              Management 3031 - Managing Responsibly in a
          Core Courses:                                                          Global Environment
          Public Health 1000 - Introduction to Public Health                  Management 3040 - Finance
          Public Health 2000 - Population Health                              Management 3050/Political Science 3420 - Human
          Public Health 3000 - Canadian and Global                               Resource Management
             Perspectives                                                     Management 3061 - Information Systems and
          Public Health 3420 - Public Health Ethics                              Management
          Public Health 4000 - Advanced Public Health                         Management 3080 - Managerial Skill Development
          Economics 1010 - Introduction to Microeconomics                     Management 3250 - Social Marketing
          Economics 1012 - Introduction to Macroeconomics                     Management 3650 - Introduction to International
                                                                                 Management                                                      COMBINED DEGREES
          Geography 1200 - Introduction to Human
             Geography                                                        Management 4090 - Management Policy and Strategy
          Health Sciences 2003/Biology 2003 - Epidemiology:             4.    All degree requirements must be completed within
             The Ecology of Health and Disease                                10 years after admission to the Faculty of
          Health Sciences 2400 - Medical Microbiology                         Management.
          Health Sciences 2600/Women and Gender
             Studies 2100 - Women and Health                            5.    Students are advised to take the following courses by
          Health Sciences 2700/Sociology 2700 - Health and                    the end of their second year: Economics 1010;
             Society                                                          Economics 1012; Management 1000; Health
          Health Sciences 3260 - Research in Addictions                       Sciences 3450/Psychology 3450; and Writing 1000
          Health Sciences 3450/Psychology 3450 - Applied                      OR a university English course.
             Statistics for Clinical Practice                           6.    Students may choose a B.Mgt. major in General
          Psychology 1000 - Basic Concepts of Psychology                      Management or Human Resource Management and
          Psychology 2800 - Social Psychology                                 Labour Relations. All specific requirements for a
          Sociology 1000 - Introduction to Sociology                          B.Mgt. major must be fulfilled. Total requirements for
                                                                              each B.Mgt. major program follow:

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                         General Management                                                                Faculty of Management for all Management major
                                                                                                           requirements). For example, students who choose the
                         Seven 3000/4000-level Management electives                                        International Management major are required to
                         Human Resource Management and Labour Relations                                    complete a Language minor and are required to take 51
                         Management 3310 - Collective Labour Relations                                     courses in order to meet degree requirements (see
                                                                                                           Section 10.b.9., p. 227, in Part 11 - Faculty of
                         Management 4310 - Advanced Organizational                                         Management).
                            Behaviour
                         Management 4350 - Advanced Human Resource                         e.   Suggested Sequencing Plan
                            Management                                                          See www.uleth.ca/ross/sequence_plans/bhsc_bmgt.html
                         Three of:                                                              for a suggested sequencing plan for the B.H.Sc./B.Mgt.
                         Management 3010 - Management Law                                       Combined Degrees program.
                         Management 3315 - Diversity in Employment                         f.   Management Minor Requirements
                         Management 3320 - Public Sector Labour Relations
                         Management 3330 - Individual Employment                                Students may elect to complete minors in Information
                            Relations                                                           Systems, Social Responsibility, and Supply Chain
                         Management 3340 - Collective Agreement                                 Management in the B.H.Sc./B.Mgt. program. In some
                            Arbitration                                                         cases, achievement of the minor and a chosen major will
                         Management 3370 - Strategic Career Management                          require a student to take extra courses (see Part 11,
                         Management 3390 - Canadian Trade Unions                                Faculty of Management, Section 12, p. 235).
                         Management 3810 - Administrative Law                              g.   Academic Regulations
                         Management 3901 - Professional Consulting
                                                                                                In the Combined Degrees program, students divide their
                         Management 3920 - Project Management
                                                                                                time between different Faculties which have different
                         Management 4330 - Collective Bargaining
                                                                                                standards of academic performance. Students should read
                         Management 4370 - Leadership in Organizations
                                                                                                the academic regulations for each Faculty in which a
                         Management 4390 - Leading Organizational Change
                                                                                                portion of the Combined Degrees will be taken. For the
                         Management 4901 - Applied Consulting
                                                                                                B.H.Sc./B.Mgt., students should be aware of the Health
                         One additional Management elective at the 3000/                        Sciences regulations (Part 10) and the Management
                            4000 level                                                          regulations (Part 11).
                         Students should be aware that some of the above
                                                                                           h.   Residence Requirement
                         courses have prerequisites which may require taking
                         courses extra to their degrees. Check with an                          Students must complete a minimum of 30 courses at the
                         academic advisor for more information.                                 University of Lethbridge, including a minimum of 15
                         Note: Students should be aware that these are the
                                                                                                Health Sciences courses and 10 Management courses at
                               requirements for the General Management or Human                 the 3000/4000 level.
                               Resource Management and Labour Relations majors
                               only. Students may choose to complete a different       13. B.A. or B.Sc. AFTER TRANSFER TO A
                               Management major in the Combined Degrees program.           PROFESSIONAL FACULTY
                               If students choose a different Management major, they       Please refer to Part 7 - Faculty of Arts and Science,
                               may be required to extend their programs beyond 50          Section 15 (p. 112).
                               courses (see Section 10, p. 225, in Part 11 -
COMBINED DEGREES




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