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									ATKINSON
Faculty of Liberal & Professional Studies

NEW STUDENT HANDBOOK
2008-2009

Message from the Dean
Welcome to the Atkinson Faculty of Liberal and Professional Studies. As you embark upon your academic career, be assured that your education is Atkinson’s priority. You will by taught by internationally recognized leaders in their fields, and share the classroom with fellow students who have diverse perspectives and experiences. You will also benefit from an innovative and student-centred teaching approach that will help you hone your skills, build your networks and gain valuable information leading to great jobs. As a new student, I encourage you to explore the wide range of Atkinson services geared toward your success. Take advantage of academic advising or our writing and study skills workshops. Want to gain hands-on professional experience before graduating? Choose a course with an experiential education component and blend coursework with contemporary organizational challenges. Over the last year 2,000 students have teamed up with over 250 organizations in the GTA including UNICEF, The Trillium Foundation, Tourism Toronto, United Way and The Second City. Student life is thriving at Atkinson. Get involved outside of the classroom through initiatives such as our peer and student-alumni mentorship programs, or become an Atkinson student ambassador by joining TEAM. Engage with a growing number of student and professional clubs, run for student government, or take advantage of a variety of facilities and resources on campus. Keep this handbook as a reference to help you navigate through your first year at Atkinson. It will provide you with details on the many study options and academic programs available to Atkinson students, as well as provide you with valuable information about your academic program and student services. It is my pleasure to welcome you to this exciting and dynamic community of educators, researchers and students. Have an enjoyable and successful year! Rhonda Lenton Dean

WELCOME
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ATKINSON Faculty of Liberal & Professional Studies

ATKINSON
Faculty of Liberal & Professional Studies

table of contents

Before You Begin

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Section 3: Enrolment and Registration
Sessional Dates and Refund Table . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .34 Enrolment Information . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .35 Registration and Financial Information . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .38 Fees . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .39

Student Resources
Atkinson Student Resources . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .6 University 100 Program . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .7 Health Plans . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .9 Scholarships, Awards, Bursaries, OSAP . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .10 Careers . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .11 Atkinson Student Clubs and Associations . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .12 Atkinson Schools and Departments . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .13

Section 4: BAS Programs of Study
Academic Standing . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .42 Administrative Studies Degree and Program Requirements . . . .43 BAS 90 Credit . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .43

Section 1: Academic Advising
Academic Advising . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .16 Preparing for Your Advising Appointment . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .16 Atkinson Degree Structure . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .17 Student Responsibilities . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .20 Academic Honesty . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .20 Student Code of Conduct . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .22

BAS Specialized Honours . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .44 BAS Specialized Honours ITEC . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .45

Section 5: BA Programs of Study
Academic Standing . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .52 Business Economics . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .53 Canadian Studies . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .54 Computer Science . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .56

Section 2: Academic Information
Academic Standards . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .24 Course Information . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .25 Examinations . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .27 York Grades and Grading Schemes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .28 Academic Penalties . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .30 Petitions and Appeals . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .31

Computer Security . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .57 Culture and Expression . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .58 Economics . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .60 English . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .62 History . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .64 Humanities . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .65

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Information Technology . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .66 Philosophy . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .70 Political Science . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .71 Public Administration and Justice Studies . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .74 Public Policy and Administration . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .75 Public Policy and Management . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .75 Race, Ethnicity and Indigeneity . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .77 Religious Studies . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .79 Sexuality Studies . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .81 Social Science . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .81 Sociology . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .87 Women’s Studies . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .92

Section 8: BSW Programs of Study
Academic Standing . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .106 BSW Direct Entry . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .106 BSW Post-Degree . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .107

Section 9: Atkinson Certificates
Academic Standards . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .110 Cross-Disciplinary Certificates . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .110 Professional Certificates . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .113 General Certificates . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .116

Section 6: BHRM Programs of Study
Academic Standing . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .96 Bachelor Human Resources Management . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .97

Section 7: BSc Programs of Study
Academic Standing . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .100 Computer Science . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .101 Computer Security . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .102

Before you begin
The Atkinson Faculty of Liberal and Professional Studies New Student Handbook provides you as a newly admitted student to the Faculty with the information needed to help you with course selection, enrolment and registration. You have been admitted to the Faculty either as a first-year student or as a student admitted with transfer credit from a previous postsecondary institution whose year level of study is determined by the number of transfer credits you have been granted. This handbook has been divided into several sections and it is necessary to familiarize yourself with all of the information it contains. To prepare yourself sufficiently for your advising appointment it is imperative that you follow the six critical steps for new students located on the OSAS website at: http://www.atkinson.yorku.ca/OSAS/newstudent.html. Please read sections 1, 2 and 3 of the handbook, and review the information contained in the section relevant to your program of study. In addition to this handbook you are also expected to refer to the York undergraduate calendar in order to familiarize yourself with the University’s policies; Faculty rules and regulations; Faculty academic standards; and the requirements for the degree and/or certificate you intend to complete. It is strongly recommended that you consult the advisers in the Office of Student and Academic Services as you progress with your studies, to clarify degree requirements, policies and regulations. In addition you will find it helpful, from time to time, to consult the faculty advisers within your program of study for further educational and research opportunities. It is your responsibility to ensure that the courses you select are appropriate to your program of study. Academic regulations and policies change with time. Every effort is made to ensure that this handbook and the York undergraduate calendar reflect these changes. However, there may be instances when what is published does not reflect the most current University policy. In such instances, when the published version of policies or regulations differ from what has been most recently approved by Senate, the latter will prevail. York reserves the right to limit the number of students who enrol in any program or course. While reasonable efforts will be made to accommodate students, admission to a program does not guarantee admission to any given course. Also, not every course listed in the undergraduate calendar will necessarily be offered every academic year. In order to know what courses are being offered in a particular academic session, and to facilitate your course selection, please consult the online course timetable. Once you become a registered student, you become bound by the policies and regulations of York University, including those of the Faculty in which you are registered. York University disclaims all responsibility and liability for loss or damage suffered or incurred by any student or other party as a result of delays in, or termination of, its services, courses, or classes by reason of force majeure, fire, flood, riots, war, strikes, lock-outs, damage to University property, financial exigency, or other events beyond the reasonable control of the University. York University disclaims any and all liabilities for damages arising as a result of error, interruption or disruptions to operations, or connected with its operations or its campuses, arising out of computer failure or non compliance of its computing systems.

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student resources

ATKINSON Faculty of Liberal & Professional Studies

ATKINSON STUDENT RESOURCES
Your experience as an Atkinson student is as rich and diverse as you choose to make it. Your choice of program is only the beginning. As an Atkinson student we invite you to explore the many services and opportunities designed to help you achieve academic success. At Atkinson, you can access academic support through your school/department, as well as through Faculty support centres. To enhance your learning experience you can be involved in a host of exciting student-centred initiatives including clubs and associations.

Experiential Education
Experiential Education (EE) is a form of engaged learning that blends theory and coursework with practical, hands on experience. As part of their academic studies, Atkinson students apply key course concepts to a wide variety of case studies and projects involving both profit and not-for-profit organizations. Faculty members serve as guides in the background, facilitating student engagement with EE opportunities that lend concrete credence to Atkinson’s innovative blend of liberal and professionally-relevant programs. Atkinson’s EE divides into three programs, each promoting community and civic engagement. You’ll receive hands-on, practical experience, while networking with key individuals in your field. You’ll also learn how to put theory into practice, gaining valuable experience prior to graduation. Professors take on an interdisciplinary approach to teaching and learning that students are encouraged to apply to their projects or placements.

The Counselling and Supervision Centre
The Centre provides a variety of services to Atkinson students including: short term personal counselling, skill building workshops, and career counselling. Room 116, Atkinson Building Tel: 416 736 5225 Web site: www.atkinson.yorku.ca/atkcsc and www.yorku.ca/atkcsc/workshops Special needs services: Atkinson Counselling and Supervision Centre offers services for students with conditions or disabilities which impact learning and performance. While services are available to any Atkinson student with special needs, the following conditions are common: • Learning disabilities • Mental health problems • Visual, hearing or motor impairments • Head injuries • Medical conditions Each student’s unique circumstances will be evaluated and appropriate adaptations will be recommended to include, but not limited to: • Note-taking • Tutoring • Advocacy • Financial planning and assistance • Extra time for examinations • Study skill training or referral • Examinations written on computers equipped with spell check and other adaptive software • Assessments • Academic planning • Oral examinations • Adaptive equipment • Books on tape • Information and assistance concerning housing

In-class Experiential Education
Turning challenges into strategies Students pursuing In-class Experiential Education work in small groups to undertake a number of organizational challenges. Using key concepts learned in class, students put their skills to work on a variety of projects, including strengthening marketing strategies, developing HR initiatives, and addressing accounting needs. They are matched with organizations like UNICEF, Canadian Blood Services, the Art Gallery of Ontario and LSM Consulting, to research, examine and make valuable business recommendations that each organization can implement.

Community Service Learning (CSL)
Connecting the classroom with the community Students in the Community Service Learning (CSL) program refine and broaden their academic experience through a variety of short-term community placements. Each placement generally lasts up to 35 hours per semester, and students undertake a wide range of activities including mentoring, research, outreach and awareness, advocacy and policy development, just to name a few. Students are also encouraged to link course content to their placements through engaging in classroom discussions, journaling, and reflecting on their experience in light of key course concepts.

Community Based Learning (CBL)
An increasing number of Atkinson courses are being delivered with a ‘Community Based Learning’ (CBL) component. CBL is when community representatives visit the classroom and present ‘problem sets’ that small teams work on for course credit. CBL blends York U student insights with on the ground community concerns. During a CBL undertaking, small student teams grapple with key course content through the ‘lens’ of the community’s problem set/issues. Towards the end of the course the community contact receives a pre screened written report. They are then invited back to class to hear the team make a presentation on their community endeavor.

The Atkinson Essay Tutoring Centre
The Centre offers individual or group instruction on the skill of writing effective essays. The Centre also maintains a library of helpful online resources for students. Room 118, Atkinson Building Tel: 416 736 5289 Web site: www.atkinson.yorku.ca/Writing/index.htm

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York International
York International offers programming and services for International Students – students in Canada on study permits and enrolled in degreeprograms at York. International Students are also eligible for exchange and other study abroad options and are encouraged to take part in other international programs. International students are automatically signed up for the International Student Listserv which provides information about upcoming programs. New international students should refer to the website for further information on getting started at York, including information on orientation, housing, immigration, employment and York’s Buddy Program, which matches up new students with more experienced ones. Room 108, Vanier College Tel: 416 736 5177 Website: http://international.yorku.ca/intlstud/index.htm

U100 has been designed to assist new Atkinson students to successfully adapt to the University environment by providing practical transition assistance; to develop and strengthen academic skills; and to enhance the student’s learning experience. U100 will also be of interest to current Atkinson students who are experiencing difficulty in achieving academic success and are on academic warning or who are in danger of failing to maintain program specific academic requirements.

What will I learn?
U100 will provide a safe and non-threatening environment where students will: • acquire the skills they need to achieve academic success; • become familiar with the campus resources that are available to them; and • meet other students to develop a personal network on campus.

English as a Second Language Open Learning Centre
The Centre offers support (free of charge) to English as a second language students registered in credit courses at York University. Our services include: • A regular workshop series on topics related to the language needs of ESL students • Small group English language learning sessions • Independent language learning using print and multimedia materials • Individual tutoring on specific language needs • Weekly English movie nights with conversation after Room 037, Vanier College – Lower level Web site: www.yorku.ca/eslolc/keele/default.asp The eight sessions have been scheduled throughout the semester to provide students with the opportunity to learn and apply newly acquired skills, and to receive feedback on their progress.

Students will learn to:
• understand their personal learning styles and how to adapt their particular style to the University environment; • use organization and time-management techniques in response to competing priorities and deadlines; • develop effective listening and note-taking strategies; • refine their critical thinking and writing skills; • enhance their study skills; and practice strategies for preparing to write exams.

University 100 Program
Co-Sponsored with Atkinson Counselling Centre and the Office of Student and Academic Services, Atkinson Faculty of Liberal & Professional Studies. Atkinson offers a 24-hour, non-credit course designed to help students develop the knowledge, skills and attitudes needed to attain academic success at York. U100 has been developed to meet the specific needs of students new to Atkinson, as well as the needs of Atkinson students who are experiencing academic difficulty.

Financial need – U100 bursary
A limited number of full and/or partial U100 bursaries are available to prospective students who are interested in participating in the U100 course, but are unable to due to financial need. For more information download a PDF of the Bursary Application form. For information on other bursaries available to Atkinson degree credit students, please visit the Faculty Web site at: www.atkinson.yorku.ca/ bursaries.htm For information on other financial support options available to degree credit students, please visit the Office of Student Financial Services, York University, Web site at: www.yorku.ca/osfs For more information about U100 contact the Division of Continuing Education, tel: 416 736 5616. fax: 416 650 8042, E-mail: dce@yorku.ca, Web site: www.atkinson.yorku.ca/dce

Should I attend?
U100 will be of interest to you if you are: • a student entering York directly from high school or from a community college; • currently an Atkinson student who is experiencing academic difficulty; • a mature student who has been away from academic study for a number of years; or • an international student.

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Student and Alumni Relations (STARS) Unit and Master’s Office
Get ready to enjoy your experience! Atkinson’s Student and Alumni Relations Unit (STARS) and Master’s Office offer meaningful ways for you to get involved, meet new people and learn more about the exciting options available to you. From special cultural, social and academic events to a host of extracurricular options aimed at enhancing your student experience. Find out more by visiting or calling us. See below for some of these exciting programs and opportunities available to you. Room 140, Atkinson Building Tel: 416 736 2100, ext. 33572 E-mail: stars@atkinson.yorku.ca www.yorku.ca/akevents/STARS/index.asp Helping You Get Settled As a new student to Atkinson, you have lots of questions and STARS is here to help. Attend your New Student Orientation and find out everything from the location of your classes to special services offered by Atkinson and York. You will meet other new students in your program and be matched to a supportive upper year Atkinson peer mentor. There are lots of prizes, surprises and fun. Call the STARS office today for the date of your New Student Orientation. It’s All about YOUR Transition Students Helping Atkinson Rookies Excel (SHARE) is a peer-to-peer mentorship program that helps new students navigate a smooth transition to university life at Atkinson, while at the same time giving upper level student the opportunity to develop their skills by helping a new member of the Atkinson community. Every September, January and May at the new student orientation events, SHARE matches supportive and knowledgeable Atkinson students to newly arrived students. After the orientation event, SHARE mentors continue to help new students for up to two months by answering questions and sharing the ‘inside scoop’ about York services and resources. If you wish to be matched to a SHARE mentor send an E-mail to share@atkinson.yorku.ca or call the STARS’ office today! Ever Thought of Becoming an Ambassador? Atkinson’s Team of Enthusiastic Atkinson Ambassadors (TEAM) program provides you with the opportunity to enhance your communication, presentation and networking skill while you represent Atkinson to interesting people. As a member of TEAM, you participate in special events, receptions, conferences and conduct campus tours for special guests and prospective students. TEAM members also pass along ‘hot off the press’ news and announcements in your classes. To apply to become a TEAM Ambassador, visit www.yorku.ca/akevents/STARS/TEAM.html Start Getting Ready for Your Career . . . Today! Atkinson’s Student and Alumni Mentorship program is a great way to meet successful professionals who are working in your ideal job. Through the program you will be matched to an Atkinson graduate working in the field or industry that interests you and be able to develop your professional and interpersonal skills. You will gain valuable insights about your career objectives, as well as benefit from the guidance and insights of talented and supportive alumni who are able to help you prepare for your career. To receive a mentor, you must be in your second year or higher. Visit www.atkinson.yorku.ca/Alumni/mentor/mentees.htm for more program details. Discover that You can Make a Difference Interested in exploring possible careers and developing your résumé? Atkinson students have access to volunteer opportunities locally, nationally and internationally. Through the ACES Web site, you can find

out about volunteering at local, regional and international organizations, and even virtually from the comfort of your own home. Visit www.atkinson.yorku.ca/aces/ to find out how you can make a difference. Catch the Atkinson BEAT! THE BEAT is an electronic newsletter that keeps you up-to-date about coming events, important deadlines, and ways that you can make the most of student life – on and off campus. The Beat also features stories about student clubs, new programs, and exciting opportunities available to you. The Beat is automatically sent to the E-mail that you provided York, so make sure that you keep your E-mail address up-to-date in your student record. Visit www.yorku.ca/akevents/publications/ to see the current and past issues. Need Funding to Help Realize Your Great Idea? Atkinson’s ACORN fund provides grants of up to $500 for projects or events that promote and celebrate the spirit of community. As an Atkinson student you may be eligible for support to host a special event or attend an academically related conference or event. In the past, the ACORN fund has supported a variety of events that support academic, social and cultural events; community celebrations; sports activities; and other initiatives/events that support, enhance or celebrate community and student life at Atkinson. Visit www.yorku.ca/akevents/STARS/cdfinfo.html for application details. Join a Student Club and Get Involved Make new friends, expand your professional networks, and learn more about your career options by getting involved in an Atkinson student club or association. Visit www.yorku.ca/akevents/STARS/clubs.html to find out more about the variety of active Atkinson student clubs and associations that can help you enhance your student experience.

Atkinson Centre for Mature and Part-time Students
The Atkinson Centre for Mature and Part-time Students (ACMAPS), which opened in August 2007, was established to provide a pan-university physical and philosophical home for mature and part-time students. The mandate of the centre includes raising awareness of issues that affect mature and part-time students across the university, leading and facilitating initiatives responding to the needs of these students, and advocating on their behalf. The establishment of ACMAPS confirms York University’s ongoing commitment to welcome and to serve the needs of mature and part-time students across all the Faculties. Open to anyone who feels that they will benefit from its services, ACMAPS is a resource for mature and part-time students from recruitment through to graduation. Centre staff are available to assist students in their transition to university studies and to help them navigate their York experience. The Centre itself provides a place where mature and parttime students, undergraduate and graduate, can meet to share their interests and experiences. Room 111, Central Square Tel: 416 736 5770 E-mail: acmaps@yorku.ca

Atkinson’s Students’ Association
A student-run organization that advocates on behalf of students. In addition to managing several programs that benefit students, the ASA acts as a link between Atkinson students and other York student groups. Room 346, Student Centre Tel: 416 736 5880 Web site: www.asaonline.ca E-mail: asa@asaonline.ca

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Division of Continuing Education
In today’s world rapid change, innovation, and globalization, the need for continuous, lifelong learning has never been greater. At the Division of Continuing Education we offer part-time non-credit courses, programs and certificates to assist you to meet the challenges of this everchanging landscape. Room 107, Atkinson Building Tel: 416 736 5616 Fax: 416 650 8042 Web site: www.atkinson.yorku.ca/~dce/index.html

HEALTH PLANS
Atkinson health and dental plan
Room 104, Atkinson Building Tel: 416 736 2100, ext. 33340 Fax: 416 650 8253 E-mail: asabenefits@yorku.ca. Web site: www.gallivan.ca/studentnetworks/members/atkinson/ asa.html The Atkinson Students’ Association mandatory plan provides extended health and/or dental coverage for Atkinson students enrolled in a course load of six credits or more for the Fall/Winter 2008-2009 Session. If you wish to purchase family coverage for your spouse and/or dependants please E-mail asabenefits@yorku.ca for further information. The plan runs from September 1, 2008 to August 31, 2009. The charges for the plan will appear on your online student account statement in the fall. Note: The University collects the premium as a courtesy to the Atkinson Students Association. The University cannot alter or waive the fee. If you currently have comparable coverage (other than provincial healthcare) you may choose to opt out of either or both of the plans by the deadline in early October 2008.

goSAFE and Student Security
goSAFE is a complimentary service which provides a safe and secure means of transporting York Community members on campus and selected campus locations. goSAFE operates seven days a week, all year round, including University closures (with the exception at Glendon during the Christmas holiday closure). At the Keele campus, goSAFE has a North Route and a South Route with hubs as pick up and drop off locations. Additionally, York Student Safety Officers will walk you by request from non-hub locations to the routes or to other non-hub locations. North Route & Hubs: Vari Hall Winters College Tait McKenzie Calumet Jane and Shoreham (Terminal 2) at the Petro Canada Gas Station South Route & Hubs: Vari Hall Pond Residence/TEL Assiniboine Bus stop The Village (Delabo Road) 500 Murray Ross Finch and Sentinel (Terminal 1) at #455 Sentinel Road The Village East (Leitch) Call the goSAFE office at 416 736 5454 or ext. 55454 during hours of operation. Please give your name, location and destination. York Student Safety Officers patrol parking lots, buildings, and the exterior campus grounds. Additionally, they patrol pub areas, complete daily emergency phone checks, floor and door checks, weekly lighting reports, and provide additional services for hire securing events on campus. For more information about our services for hire, or employment opportunities, please call 416 736 5379.

International students
Web site: international.yorku.ca/uhip/index.htm When you become an international student at an Ontario University, you and your dependants (spouse and children who come with you) become members of the university’s international health insurance plan. Membership is mandatory unless you have another plan that has been approved as a waiver. All students who have been charged for UHIP on their student account are sent the following Notebox message: A charge for a standard premium for the University Health Insurance Plan (UHIP) has been applied to your student account. Participation in UHIP is mandatory for international students and their dependents. For important information regarding your membership, and deadlines to opt out or apply for a partial refund visit the UHIP Web site: www.yorku.ca/yorkint/ uhip/index.htm

What You Need to Do
Get your proof of coverage. Pick up coverage at York International annually, at the start of the academic term. Bring your passport and identification with your student number. It is not always possible for proof of coverage to be issued same day. Enrol dependents. To avoid a $500 late fee, come to York International within 30 days after your dependent(s) arrive in Canada or the expiration of their prior year’s coverage. Bring dependent(s)’ passport and identification with your student number. Check your student account monthly. Access your student account on line at www.yorku.ca/osfs/international.shtml. Check the UHIP charges on your student account and compare with the proof of coverage you have picked up. If the two do not match, send an e-mail to uhip@yorku.ca with your full name, student number, amount and details of the charges and your coverage. Pay your student account. For information about payment methods, late fees, and restriction of university services caused by an unpaid student account, refer to www.yorku.ca/osfs/international.shtml

York University Student Services
In addition to Atkinson-specific services available to students, we encourage you to check out York’s facilities, clubs and recreational activities. For a full list of academic support, student life and campus services visit the Web site at: www.yorku.ca/yorkweb/currentstudents/ studentlife/index.html

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Apply to opt out (for a full refund) within the deadline. You may be eligible to opt out if you are in one of the following situations: • withdraw from your classes before the start of the academic year, • have UHIP coverage through another college or university, • have OHIP before the start of the academic year, or • have another insurance plan which has been pre-approved for a waiver. For waiver information refer to www.uhip.ca/_bin/exemptionsStudent/ participationOverview.cfm To apply to opt out, submit a completed refund form and supporting documentation to York International by the appropriate deadline. Opt-out applications submitted after the deadline will not be considered. • Fall/Year term deadline is October 31, 2008. • Winter only term deadline is February 28, 2009. • Summer only term deadline is June 30, 2009. Apply for a partial refund as soon as your status changes. You may be eligible for a partial refund if you are in one of the following situations: • withdraw from all your classes after the start of the academic year, • receive OHIP after the start of the academic year, • graduate during the academic year, • go out of country for the fall or winter session, or • missed the opt-out deadline. Eligibility criteria and amounts are regulated by the Council of Ontario Universities, refer to: www.uhip.ca/_bin/costs/refundUhipCost.cfm. If you meet the criteria for a partial refund, submit a completed refund form and supporting documentation to York International as soon as your status changes. The date you submit your refund form will affect the amount of your refund. The deadline to apply for a partial refund is August 31, 2008. NOTE: Participation in UHIP is mandatory for international students and their dependents. UHIP is regulated by the Council of Ontario Universities. It is in effect at all Ontario universities (except the University of Windsor). Universities cannot alter or waive its fees or conditions.

• Funds from scholarships and awards are applied directly to the recipient’s student account at the University. • After tuition and other charges to a student’s account have been cleared, recipients of scholarships and awards who have a credit balance on their account will be issued a refund cheque in November, March or late June. • Should you subsequently withdraw from the academic term/session in which your award was made payable, the amount of the award may be reduced and a portion of it recovered. • Awards are subject to change/cancellation without notice.

UNDERGRADUATE BURSARIES AND AWARDS
Web site: www.yorku.ca/osfs/bursaries.shtml Privately donated as well as University funded, these awards are granted on the basis of financial need with some consideration given to academic progress. Some awards will have additional criteria; please read the individual award descriptions for details. Students who are applying for York bursaries must also have applied for OSAP or for the student financial assistance program in their home province. See the OSAP Web site for details on applying, and on the new grant programs available to students in certain income categories. Please note: • Please be advised that donors of awards may request biographical description of award recipients. • Awards are subject to change/cancellation without notice. • Should you subsequently withdraw from the academic term/session in which your award was made payable, the amount of the award may be reduced and a portion of it recovered.

OSAP ASSISTANCE
Web site: www.yorku.ca/osfs/OSAPMain.shtml Full-time Students: You must be enrolled in at least a 60-100 per cent course load (at least nine credits per term) to be considered a full-time student. Students with a permanent disability must take at least a 40 per cent course load (at least six credits per term). You are not eligible for assistance if you are in default on previous full-time or part-time Canada Student Loans. No averaging of course loads is permitted. Part-time Students: If you are enrolled in more than three credits but fewer than nine credits in each term, you will be considered a part-time student. Students with permanent disability must register in more than three credits but fewer than six in each term to be considered a part-time student. You will not be eligible for assistance if you are in default on previous full-time or part-time Canada Student Loans. How to calculate your course load: Sep-Dec Term or Jan-Apr Term or May-Aug Term 3 credits = 20% course load 6 credits = 40% course load 9 credits = 60% course load 12 credits = 80% course load 15 credits = 100% course load

Keep Up-To-Date About UHIP
This checklist provides general information about what you need to do regarding UHIP coverage. For further information read the UHIP booklet “What You Need to Know”, the claim form and the UHIP Web site. Refer back frequently. Information is subject to change without notice. For full details, contact York International’s UHIP staff at UHIP@yorku.ca.

SCHOLARSHIPS AND AWARDS
Web site: www.yorku.ca/osfs/schburprizes.shtml Visit the Web to search for scholarships, bursaries, awards and prizes by Faculty, Degree Status, Status in Canada etc. A number of scholarships and awards are available to assist undergraduate students in meeting the cost of university education. Scholarship recipients are selected largely on the basis of academic achievement. Academic excellence and financial need are the primary criteria for awards. Please note: • All scholarship and award recipients must pay the $450 enrolment deposit to ensure their registration at the University.

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Note: Full year courses offered Sep–Apr which is over two terms are divided equally for each term. Further Information on applying for OSAP Assistance for Fall/Winter or Summer is available on the Web site at: www.yorku.ca/osfs/osap_applymain.shtml Transferring from one institution to another: OSAP funds cannot be transferred from one institution to another. If you have applied for OSAP at another institution and have since decided to come to York, you must contact the Financial Aid Office at the other institution to cancel your application, and submit a new OSAP application through Student Financial Services at York. NOTE: Students are responsible to pay the enrolment deposit of $450 within five days of enrolling in classes. The enrolment deposit may not be deferred by students who have applied for OSAP assistance.

• reflect on their university experience and identify and articulate the skills and knowledge areas they are developing • see how their unique identity, transformed through their university experiences, can be translated into career options

On-campus Jobs
Interested in working on campus? There are hundreds of employment opportunities right here at York. Learn new skills, build your network and make some cash. More information may be found at: www.yorku.ca/careers/oncampus_jobs/WhereJobs.htm

International student employment
Web site: www.yorku.ca/osfs/intlwork.shtml Recent changes announced by the federal government regarding international student off-campus employment will allow eligible international students studying at Ontario universities and colleges to apply for a work permit.

INTERNATIONAL STUDENT INFORMATION
Web site: www.yorku.ca/osfs/intlpay.shtml International students are recommended to visit the above Web site for information relating to the following: • Making payment to York • Tuition and enrolment deposits • Student account information • Financial Aid • International student employment

Looking for a specific service or event at the Career Centre?
For detailed information go to: www.yorku.ca/careers/students/ services.htm Career Advising: Drop into the Career Centre to meet with an adviser about your career or job search questions. Interview Practice Session: Polish your interview style in a private one hour appointment that involves a videotaped practice interview and feedback. Résumé Critique Service: Improve the effectiveness of your résumé, CV, personal statement, or cover letter by booking an individualized appointment with one of our career experts. Career Resource Centre: Review our specialized collection of print materials and computer software to assist you in your exploration of a number of career related activities. Workshops: Practice and develop your career planning and job search skills at one of the many workshops offered throughout the year. Career Cyberguide: Access career information 24/7 with this awardwinning online resource that combines video presentations and downloadable handouts. Job Search Manual: Use this online resource to equip yourself with the job search tools you need to be competitive Career Cruising: Research and explore detailed information about careers and educational programs using this multimedia online resources. This online resource requires that you login to Passport York account. workopolisCampus.com: Register with workopolisCampus.com and access an online database of full-time, part-time, summer and on-campus jobs posted specifically for York students. This online resource requires that you login to Passport York account. Information Sessions: Hear from specific companies about their organizations and employment and training opportunities.

CAREERS
Career Centre Suite 202 McLaughlin College York University 4700 Keele Street Toronto, ON M3J 1P3 Tel: 416 736 5351 E-mail: career@yorku.ca Hours of Operation: Monday to Thursday: 9am–4pm Fridays: 10am–4pm

York Students and Careers
Career development is an ongoing and dynamic process. In today’s complex world, career planning is no longer about choosing one “right” career, but is a lifelong process of self assessment, exploration and decision making. Students receive career information and support across the university, for example, when they ask questions of their professors, when they attend department-sponsored events, or when they speak with alumni now engaged in interesting careers. The Career Centre helps students learn skills to manage their own career development processes. This involves helping students learn to: • identify the possibilities in their lives – by helping them to learn about their unique self, explore career options, and develop skills for seeking out and creating opportunities

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ATKINSON STUDENT CLUBS AND ASSOCIATIONS
Atkinson Professional Accounting Association
Provides accounting students with opportunities to network with accounting firms and organizations in order to better prepare them in competitive labour markets and propel their career goals. The Association builds community by offering student the opportunity to gain invaluable exposure via the APAA. Web site: www.yuapaa.com E-mail: yuapaa@gmail.com

provide support and disseminate information of interest to social work students; and advocate on behalf of the student body. Our primary goal is to build community through events, information distribution, and by advocating on behalf of students in areas needing change. All social work students from both direct-entry and post-degree programs are considered members of the association. E-mail: york_socialwork@yahoo.com

Human Resources Student Association
The Human Resources Student Association is an active organization committed to promoting the interest of students contemplating career in the human resources field and related industries. The Association facilitates close interaction among its members of students, industry professionals, faculty, and alumni through a variety of career and social events. These activities not only provide members with a thorough understanding of the human resources field, but also serve the market its wealth of talent to leading firms in the public and private sectors. By participating in the design and management of events, students are able to take ownership of their networking efforts, as well as promote areas of personal interest. The Association helps prepare members for the industry’s recruiting process by organizing workshops, guest speakers and symposiums. Web site: www.yorku.ca/hrsa E-mail: hrsa_yorku@yahoo.ca

Atkinson Finance Association (AFA)
A student oriented organization to assist students explore career possibilities in the finance profession, the association will organize events such as academic workshops and professional workshops. Web site: www.afayork.com E-mail: afayork@gmail.com

American Marketing Association @York University
Founded in August 1999, the AMA@York’s mission is to provide ‘Opportunities for personal growth and achievement by empowering its members to become the market leaders of tomorrow.’ With today’s constantly changing, fast paced, and highly competitive marketplace, jobs don’t come easy. There are a large number of university students flooding the job market and raising the level of competition for bona fide marketing positions. In order to grab those scarcely scattered jobs, graduates need to stay a cut above the rest. The AMA@York provides the experience you need to acquire that advantage. The AMA@York maintains a professional environment where students can network with their colleagues and professionals in the industry. The AMA@York regularly invites speakers to give expert insight into the field of marketing. Most importantly, AMA@York members gain real world marketing experience that can only be learned outside of the classroom. Benefits : AMA@York members have opportunities to learn how to market themselves, gain personal growth and learn tools to accomplish their life long goals. Web site: www.yorku.ca/ama E-mail: ama@yorku.ca

Administrative Studies Business Association (ASBA)
The Administrative Studies Business Association is a great tool for any student; it provides students with a professional development and networking channel with potential recruiters. The ASBA aims to provide industry-related dinners, information sessions as well as lunch lectures about companies and how to pursue your career after graduation. The ASBA can help students understand what recruiters are looking for, as well as understanding what the degree can do for them in today’s competitive job market. The ASBA’s goals also include bringing peers together to help achieve professional and personal goals. There will be member exclusive job posting, as well as a forum to converse among peers with potential of starting your own on-campus network. The ASBA aspires to provide students with the resume critiques and workshops. The ASBA is also planning on developing a mentorship program which will allow lower year students to seek help from upper year students as well as alumni who have faced and conquered the challenges they face today. Web site: www.yorku.ca/asba E-mail: asba@yorku.ca

York University Mature Student’s Organization
We are mature students who want to help other mature students get the most out of their university experience. We represent student concerns to various councils, committees, faculty and other YU bodies. We want to develop a focal point for mature students to find more information, seek advice, and find mentors and places to study that reflect the unique requirements of our group. Room 101E, Vanier College E-mail: efenner@yorku.ca or jmartinh@yorku.ca Web site: www.yorku.ca/yumso

Public Policy & Administration Students Association
Club Contact: David Rudoler Contact Tel: 416 523 9048 E-mail: ppasa@yorku.ca Web site: www.yorku.ca/ppasa Mailing address: 4700 Keele Street, 145 McLaughlin College, Toronto, ON M3J 1P3 Note: Further information for student clubs and organizations may be found at: www.yorku.ca/scld/organizations/index.php

Social Work Student Association
The Social Work Student Association serves as a bridge of communication between social work students and the York administration. We strive to organize, promote, and conduct activities beneficial to student life;

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ATKINSON SCHOOLS/DEPARTMENTS
As an Atkinson student, you will be part of an academic school/department with a vibrant, diverse community of students and educators. Through your school/department, you can access a range of academic and support services specific to your field of study. For example, you can access career or professional information as well as specific course or program assistance through the Undergraduate Program Director. In addition, your school/department hosts a number of academic activities you may participate in including special talks, seminars, conferences and related activities. To compliment these activities, some Atkinson schools also support student clubs and associations.

School of Public Policy and Administration
The School of Public Policy and Administration provides a single consolidated location for the delivery of Public Policy and Administration undergraduate programming at York’s Keele campus. Bringing together a series of exciting undergraduate degree programs with an MA program and two graduate diplomas, the School is characterized by a strong emphasis on social justice, public ethics and good governance. Public debate over ethical issues in public administration have made all levels of government and the not-for-profit sector increasingly aware of the importance of education and professional development in this area. These programs will put you squarely in front of the pack. Appealing to those already working in the field and younger students alike, the School of Public Policy and Administration is dynamic and offers a number of interdisciplinary programs. The school will provide a sense of community for students who share a fascination with questions of governance, administration, public ethics and the law. Undergraduate degrees offered are: BA Public Administration and Justice Studies; BA in Public Policy and Management; BA Public Policy and Administration. Room 802, North Ross Building Tel: 416 736 5384 E-mail: ppasch@yorku.ca

School of Administrative Studies
The School of Administrative Studies is home to a full range of business and administrative disciplines taught by leading experts in a variety of fields. Our innovative programs provide the knowledge and skills you want and employers demand. Whether you are planning to pursue a career in business and management, or are already working and want to expand your knowledge of business concepts and practices, the bachelor of administrative studies programs BAS and bachelor of human resources management programs BHRM will prepare you to meet the challenges and opportunities ahead. Room 282, Atkinson Building Tel: 416 736 5210 E-mail: aksas@yorku.ca

School of Social Sciences
The School of Social Sciences houses faculty members from the disciplines: geography; political science; race ethnicity and indigeneity; social science, sociology; urban studies. The school offers streams in communication studies; diaspora cultures; gender and families, political economy; public administration and public policy; social justice studies, work and the workplace in combination with the degrees. Room 303, Atkinson Building Tel: 416 736 5235 E-mail: ssocials@yorku.ca

School of Arts and Letters
The School of Arts and Letters is dedicated to the study of literature, culture, and religion. School programs allow students to pursue their degree in a traditional discipline or follow an interdisciplinary course of study. Interdisciplinary studies include Canadian studies as well as culture and expression. Students have the opportunity to specialize or take a double major or major/minor in any of the school’s program offerings. The BA degree programs offered are: Canadian studies; culture and expression; English; history; humanities; philosophy; religious studies; women’s studies and modes of reasoning courses. Room 625, Atkinson Building Tel: 416 736 5900 E-mail: aksal@yorku.ca

School of Social Work
The School of Social Work at Atkinson is committed to providing students with a professional social work education, characterized by the development of practice strategies that promote human rights and social justice. Recognized as one of the most progressive and socially responsive social work programs in Canada, the school’s unique curriculum addresses issues that have significant implication for the lives of marginalized and alienated segments of society. As a graduate, students will be well prepared for a career as a critical practitioner and effective agent of change in the lives of individuals and communities. Room 1017, Kinsmen Building Tel: 416 736 5226 E-mail: aksowk@yorku.ca

School of Information Technology
With the revolution in information technology, virtually every organization requires IT professionals. Working with both technical and non-technical users of information, the graduates of the Information Technology programs are uniquely positioned to plan, design, build and administer information systems. They are familiar with the latest technologies and are capable of customizing and integrating them according to the users’ needs. Students interested in information technology will have the opportunity not only to specialize in the field but to take a double major or major/minor with other BA programs. Room 3068, TEL Building Tel: 416 736 2100, ext. 40797 or ext. 22647

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School of Women’s Studies
All women’s studies courses at York are centralized under the School of Women’s Studies. Women have been largely invisible in literature, art, history, philosophy, politics, social sciences, and law. Through cross-cultural and disciplinary assessments, women’s studies exposes misconception about women expressed through myth, ideologies, teachings and writings. It replaces negative cultural images of women with visions that reaffirm women’s strength, capability and intelligence. Room S711, Ross Building Tel: 416 650 8144

Economics
The Economics unit within the Atkinson Faculty of Liberal and Professional Studies, York University offers an academic program leading to degrees in Business Economics and Economics. Students in our program are provided with real case studies that enable instructors to impart the theoretical foundations of the discipline and illustrate the application of concepts and models. Our students bring to the classroom a wealth of professional and personal experience. Our graduates are well prepared to begin or to advance in a variety of careers in business, government, and the not-for-profit sector. Room 2005, Technology Enhanced Learning Building (TEL) Tel: 416 736 5232 E-mail: akecon@yorku.ca

Department of Computer Science and Engineering
Our computer science programs are designed to provide you with both the theoretical grounding and practical knowledge that will make you a sought after professional. You will study with ranked professors and students, enjoy the flexibility of day and evening classes, and utilize state of the art computer laboratories and facilities. You may even become involved in one of many exciting research project in the areas of vision, graphics and robotics, theory computing, or computer systems. Room 1003, Computer Science and Engineering Building Tel: 416 736 5334 E-mail: enquiries@cs.yorku.ca

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section 1
Atkinson Academic Advising

ATKINSON Faculty of Liberal & Professional Studies

ACADEMIC ADVISING
The Academic Advising section of this handbook is principally designed to help you prepare for your enrolment appointment with the Office of Student and Academic Services. In particular, it will direct you towards crucial resources you will come to depend upon. Beyond your initial advising appointment with the Office of Student and Academic Services, the staff provide additional advising services for registered students. Appointments for continuing students can be made on-line at: http://www.atkinson.yorku.ca/OSAS/.

Note: Students who do not take courses in the session for which they have been admitted will lose their admission status and must reapply to the University for readmission. First year students are encouraged to take a variety of courses in order to expose themselves to a number of areas of academic enquiry. As part of this, students are encouraged to complete in their first academic session a minimum of 12 credits selected from the general education requirements for the degree. In selecting your courses, you need to be aware that some courses require students to have completed specific high-school credits in order to ensure that they have the necessary background to succeed in the course. Advanced standing students, upon booking an advising appointment, will have their transfer credit assessed and will be notified of the credits granted. In some cases not all transfer credit received can be used to fulfil degree requirements and you may be required to complete additional courses. Your adviser will discuss your transfer credit in detail during your advising appointment. You should consider taking major courses along with any outstanding general education courses in your first academic session. If your transfer credit has not been assessed prior to enrolling in your courses, we recommend you do not enrol in any course that has similar course content for a course you have already completed.

Academic orientation and advising services
Academic orientation and advising begins at the Office of Student and Academic Services with your advising/enrolment appointment. Your appointment will take approximately three hours, please bring your enrolment package with you, which includes this handbook and any other material that you receive with it. We recommend that you arrive at least 15 minutes early. Please sign-in for your enrolment/advising appointment during the months of September through April at the Office of Student and Academic Services, Room 123 Atkinson Building and during the months of May through August at the Harry Crowe Room, Room 109 Atkinson Building. If you are unable to attend your scheduled appointment, please call the Office of Student and Academic Services at 416 736 5222 to reschedule your appointment. Your appointment will begin with a group orientation to Atkinson during which you will receive general information about Atkinson degree programs, enrolment and registration procedures. You will then meet with an adviser to discuss your specific program of study, transfer credit assessment (if applicable), address any questions or concerns you may have, and receive assistance with course selection. By the end of your enrolment/advising appointment you will: • know about the student services offered by York University and Atkinson; • understand your major and degree program requirements; • have selected and enrolled in your first course(s); • know the cost of your tuition; • know when and how to pay your fees.

Deregistration
The University Registrar is empowered to deregister students who: • do not meet the University’s admissions requirements or the conditions of admission imposed by the Admissions Office; • are not eligible or entitled to enrol in a program of study, and are not authorized to enrol by the Faculty; • do not meet the country’s citizenship and immigration laws; • contravene the policies stated in the York University Act, upon instructions from the President. Students who are deregistered on these grounds will be deemed not to have registered in the academic session. No registration or academic activity records will be retained. Students will be refunded their academic fees in full less any indebtedness to the University. The University Registrar or other appropriate officer will inform the student, and appropriate academic and service areas. A student who enrols or registers for courses pending notification of academic standing at the end of the previous session or pending the result of a petition bearing on academic standing may have that enrolment subsequently cancelled or be subsequently deregistered, if academic standing requires withdrawal, debarment or suspension.

PREPARING FOR YOUR ADVISING APPOINTMENT
As a student about to enter the University, you are expected to take time to prepare for your advising/enrolment appointment. Please follow the six critical steps to success located on the Atkinson Web site at: http://www.atkinson.yorku.ca/OSAS/newstudent.html. Take time to read sections 1, 2 and 3 of this handbook and review the section containing your chosen program of study.

Year level and student progress
York University measures a student’s progress towards a degree in terms of the number of credits passed rather than years of study completed. Note: Reference to Year four applies to students in an Honours degree program only. Year level One Two Three Four Credits completed Fewer than 24 credits Fewer than 54 credits Fewer than 84 credits At least 84 credits

Academic sessions
You have been admitted to a specific academic session. At York we offer two academic sessions: Summer session: Begins in May and ends in August. Fall/Winter session: Begins in September and ends in April. Some students may be admitted to the fall/winter academic session for the January term which begins in January and ends in April.

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Maximum course loads for Atkinson students
Summer session: The maximum course load in the summer is 18 credits. Fall/Winter session: The maximum course load for the fall/winter is 36 credits. The maximum per term is 18 credits.

ATKINSON DEGREE STRUCTURE
Most Atkinson degrees consist of the following five key components: I. General Education: • General education courses are to be completed within the first 42 credits taken at Atkinson. • No more than 30 general education credits will count towards a degree including 1000 level foundations courses. • Of the 1000 level mathematics courses, only AK/MATH 1700 6.00, AK/MATH 1710 6.00 and AK/MATH 1720 6.00 fulfill the general education requirements for mathematics. • Natural science general education courses are offered through the Faculty of Science and Engineering as 1000 level SC/NATS courses. Students who have successfully completed humanities, social science and mathematics/modes may take a 2000 or 3000 level science and technology studies (STS) course to fulfill the natural science general education requirement. Students in the BSc degree must replace the NATS with science courses as specified. • 1000 level general education courses do not fulfill major requirements or the Faculty requirement of 18 credits outside the major unless otherwise specified. Major requirements do not fulfill general education requirements. • Only 1000 level general education courses may count for general education credit unless otherwise specified. • Students who take a Faculty of Arts nine credit foundation course at the 1000 level are recognized as having satisfied six credits of course work toward the corresponding Atkinson general education area of study and three credits of course work in an elective or equivalent area of their degree program. BA General Education requirements. BA students must complete 24 credits as follows: • six credits 1000 level Humanities • six credits 1000 level Mathematics or Modes of Reasoning • six credits 1000 level Natural Science • six credits 1000 level Social Science BAS General Education requirements. BAS students must complete 18 credits chosen from the following: • six credits 1000 level Humanities • six credits 1000 level Modes of Reasoning • six credits 1000 level Natural Science • six credits 1000 level Social Science Note: Modes of reasoning is recommended BHRM General Education requirements. BHRM students must complete either option A or B as specified. Students may not combine options. Option A: In accordance with Atkinson general education requirements: BHRM students must complete 18 credits chosen from the following: • six credits 1000 level Humanities • six credits 1000 level Modes of Reasoning • six credits 1000 level Natural Science • six credits 1000 level Social Science Note: Modes of reasoning is recommended

Part-time and full-time studies
Part-time and full-time status is determined by the number of credits taken in an academic session. For general purposes see below: Academic Session Summer Summer Fall term Fall term Winter term Winter term Credit Taken 9 credits or greater Less than 9 credits 9 credits or greater Less than 9 credits 9 credits or greater Less than 9 credits Status Full-time Part-time Full-time Part-time Full-time Part-time

Note: Full year courses (fall/winter) offered over two terms September – April are divided equally for each term.

Crucial documents you need to be aware of
Study plan checklists are provided as a tool to assist you with academic planning for the degree program to which you have been admitted. The study plan checklists are to be used in conjunction with the Atkinson program of study section of this handbook and the York undergraduate calendar. Each study plan is only a guide and students should frequently refer to the undergraduate calendar for specific program requirements as well as information about the minimum Faculty degree requirements for the program. Study plans may be found on the Web site at: www.atkinson.yorku.ca/advising/studyplans.htm. Select Year 2008 study plans. The York undergraduate calendar is available on the Web site at: www.yorku.ca under Current Students, Courses and Enrolment, Degree Requirements, Course calendars. The calendar is your primary resource for details of the Faculty’s degree programs and brief descriptions of courses offered throughout York. As previously mentioned, not all courses listed in the calendar are offered every academic session. The calendar also provides information on academic standards, policies and regulations that govern academic programs and student conduct. It is your responsibility to familiarize yourself with this information. Undergraduate enrolment guide is provided on the York Web site at: http://calendars.registrar.yorku.ca/enrolmentguides/index.htm Students should review the information for the appropriate academic session (Fall/Winter 2008 or Summer 2009) and review the Faculty specific enrolment reminders.

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Option B: In accordance with the Faculty of Arts general education requirements: BHRM students must complete the following: • nine credit foundation course at the 1000 level in Humanities or Social Science • six credits 1000 level Natural Science • nine credit foundation course at the 2000 level in Humanities or Social Science (Students who take a nine credit foundation course in humanities at the 1000 level must then take a nine credit foundation course at the 2000 level in social science or vice versa). For BRHM students who complete the Faculty of Arts general education requirements, 18 credits will count towards fulfillment of the Atkinson general education requirements. The remaining six credits will count towards the fulfillment of the required credits outside administrative studies and the major. BSc General Education Requirements. BSc students must complete 24 credits as follows; • six credits 1000 level Humanities • six credits 1000 level Modes of Reasoning • six credits 1000 level Social Science • six credits chosen from: SC BIOL 1010 6.00; SC CHEM 1000 3.00 and SC CHEM 1001 3.00; SC EATS 1010 3.00 and SC EATS 1011 3.00; SC PHYS 1010 6.00 or SC PHYS 1410 6.00. Note: BSc Computer Security requires six credit Modes of Reasoning and does not allow mathematics as an alternative. BSW (Honours Direct Entry) General Education Requirements. BSW students are required to complete either option A or B as specified. Students may not combine options. Option A: In accordance with Atkinson general education requirements: BSW students must complete 24 credits as follows: • six credits 1000 level Humanities • six credits 1000 level Modes of Reasoning • six credits 1000 level Natural Science • six credits 1000 level Social Science Option B: In accordance with the Faculty of Arts general education requirements: BSW students must complete 24 credits as follows: • nine credit foundation course at the 1000 level in Humanities or Social Science • six credits 1000 level Natural Science • nine credit foundation course at the 2000 level in Humanities or Social Science (Students who take a nine credit foundation course in humanities at the 1000 level must then take a nine credit foundation course at the 2000 level in social science or vice versa). II. Majors: Atkinson requires all students pursuing a degree to declare a major within their first 24 credits. A major is defined as a concentration of courses in a primary discipline or field of study. Upon declaring a major students will receive formal recognition on their York transcript indicating the primary discipline or field of study in their degree. The number of

credits required for a major will vary with the degree program. In accordance with the program of study offerings, a major will be declared as one of the following: 120 credit Honours degree • Specialized Honours major – A minimum of 54 credits in a single discipline or field of study • Honours major – A minimum of 42 credits in a single discipline or field of study • Honours double major – A minimum of 42 credits in each of two disciplines or fields of study. (Refer to chart below) • Honours major/minor – Major a minimum of 42 credits in one discipline or field of study and a minimum of 30 credits in a minor is a secondary discipline or field of study (Refer to chart below) 90 credit Bachelor degree • Major – A minimum of 30 credits in one discipline or field of study III. Required credits outside the major: Most degree programs require students to complete a minimum of 18 credits outside the major. Students may not use general education courses to fulfil this requirement. IV. Upper level courses: All Atkinson degrees require a specific number of credits to be completed at the 3000 and 4000 level. The number of credits will vary with the degree. V. Residency and in-Faculty requirement: All York students are required to meet a residency requirement. At least 30 credits not used towards another academic program are to be taken at York University. Half the major, double major and major/minor must be taken through Atkinson. (The major requirement will vary in accordance with the number if credits required by each major or minor.) Note: In addition to the above, many degree programs have room for students to take additional free choice courses. Students should refer to their program of study for further information.

Honours Double Major or Major/Minor BA Program
Honours students in the Atkinson Faculty of Liberal and Professional Studies may combine any approved Atkinson BA Honours program that offers a double major or major/minor option with an Honours double major or a major/minor program within Atkinson or through the Faculty of Arts, Faculty of Environmental Studies, Faculty of Fine Arts, Faculty of Health or Faculty of Science and Engineering as listed below, subject to the following regulations: • Atkinson students registered in a BA Honours major/minor program are required to complete at least half (50 percent) of the major in the Atkinson Faculty of Liberal and Professional Studies. • Atkinson students combining their Atkinson Honours major with a second Honours major or an Honours minor program offered by another Faculty are to follow the program requirements as specified by the other Faculty. • In some instances, in order to complete the requirements of some Honours Double major or Honours minor programs, it may be necessary for a student to complete more than 120 credits. The below list contains the programs in other Faculties which Atkinson students may combine with any Atkinson BA Honours major program that offers a double major or major/minor option. For further details, consult the Office of Student and Academic Services, 123 Atkinson.

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Atkinson Faculty of Liberal and Professional Studies
Program Canadian Studies Culture and Expression English History Humanities Information Technology Race Ethnicity and Indigeneity Religious Studies Women’s Studies Sexuality Studies Major * * * * * * * * * Minor * * * * * * * * * *

Faculty of Environmental Studies
Program Environmental Studies Major * Minor *

Faculty of Fine Arts
Program Dance Film Music Theatre Visual Arts Major * * * * * Minor * * * * *

Faculty of Arts
Program African Studies Anthropology Children’s Studies Classical Studies Classics Cognitive Science Creative Writing Criminology East Asian Studies French Studies Geography German Studies Health and Society Hellenic Studies International Development Studies Italian Labour Studies Latin American and Caribbean Studies Law and Society Linguistics Mathematics Professional Writing Russian Russian Studies Science and Technology Studies Social and Political Thought South East Asian Studies Spanish Urban Studies * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * Major Minor * * * * *

Note: Any student wishing to enrol in a second major or minor program within the Faculty of Fine Arts BA degree program may require an evaluation by that Faculty. Students are advised that the BFA is only available to students registered in the Faculty of Fine Arts.

Faculty of Health
Program Kinesiology and Health Science Psychology Major * * Minor * *

Faculty of Science and Engineering
Program Applied Mathematics Biology Chemistry Earth and Atmospheric Science Mathematics Mathematics for Education Physics and Astronomy Science and Technology Studies Statistics * * * * * * Major * Minor * * * * * * * * *

Note: The Atkinson Faculty of Liberal and Professional Studies BA Honours program in Information Technology may only be pursued jointly as a double major with the Faculty of Science and Engineering Honours major in Applied Mathematics, Mathematics, Mathematics for Education or Statistics.

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YOUR RESPONSIBILITIES AS A STUDENT
Every effort is made to ensure that students in the Atkinson Faculty of Liberal and Professional Studies have access to sound information and individual advice and guidance. Within this context, and within the framework of Faculty and program regulations, you are responsible for making your own choices regarding courses and programs. Regulations and requirements change from time to time and it is up to you to keep current with the changes. You should consult the official York undergraduate calendar, which is published annually and is available through the York Web site at: www.yorku.ca under Current Students, Courses and Enrolments, Degree Requirements, Course Calendars. The information below provides a brief reference to some of the information you need to be aware of. You should take special care to understand and comply with the following information.

• Check your course enrolment prior to the start of class to ensure no changes have occurred in the day, time or location of your courses.

Change of major
You may request to change your major providing you have completed your first academic session in the Faculty. If you are BA student with Honours standing and are interested in studying more than one discipline or field of study you may change your major to a BA Honours program offering a double major or major/minor option. Note: You must meet the minimum academic standards required for the program requested. Inter-Faculty double major or major/minors must be approved by both Faculties and must be submitted to the school/department of the home Faculty. You are responsible for submitting your request to the appropriate Faculty school/department within the published deadlines.

University and Faculty policies and regulations
Familiarize yourself with the University and Faculty policies and regulations. Information is found in the York undergraduate calendar and on the York Web site at: www.yorku.ca. The information provided in this book does not include all policies and regulations. Ignorance of regulations or deadlines does not constitute a valid reason for a petition.

Change of degree
You may request to change your degree program providing you have completed your first academic session in the Faculty. If you have Honours standing and are interested in studying more than one discipline or field of study you may change your degree to a BA Honours program offering a double major or major/minor option. Note: You must meet the minimum academic standards required for the degree program requested. Inter-Faculty double major or major/minors must be approved by the other Faculty prior to submitting the request to the Office of Student and Academic Services. You must submit the request for a change of degree to the Office of Student and Academic Services by the published deadline. Some degree programs may also require a supplemental application or further entrance requirements.

Student record
Ensure your student information is kept up to date including changes to your name, address, phone number, York e-mail address, residence status (i.e. from international student to permanent resident).

Degree requirements
• Fulfil your general education requirements within the first 42 credits you take. • Ensure the courses you select meet the requirements of your degree program in order for you to graduate. • Keep yourself informed about your academic progress, and any changes that may occur in the requirements of your program of study. • Direct your questions about your degree program, academic status and eligibility to graduate to Office of Student and Academic Services advisers. • Ensure you are maintaining the grade point average requirement(s) to remain eligible to proceed in your program of study. • Ensure prior to enrolment that any general education or major courses you plan to take through another Faculty, meet the requirements of your degree and major as specified by the Faculty.

Faculty transfers
• After your first academic session, if you wish to transfer to another Faculty you must submit a Faculty Transfer request form to Student Client Services by the published deadline date. Some programs may have limited entry. • You must meet the minimum academic requirements of the program requested to be considered for entry to the program. • Some degree programs may also require a supplemental application or additional entrance requirements. Note: Printable forms are available on the Web site: www.yorku.ca/ yorkweb/currentstudents/forms/index.html

Course requirements
• Know the academic and financial deadline dates for adding or dropping courses. • Know the regulations for the retaking of courses. • Ensure you have completed all prerequisite requirements prior to taking the course for which prerequisites are required. • Ensure the courses you are taking are not course credit exclusions of a course you have already successfully completed, including those for which you have received transfer credit. Refer to legislation for retaking courses. • Check your schedule to ensure you do not have a course conflict.

ACADEMIC HONESTY
Web site: www.yorku.ca/secretariat/legislation/senate/acadhone.htm The Policy on Academic Honesty is an affirmation and clarification for members of the University of the general obligation to maintain the highest standards of academic honesty. As a clear sense of academic honesty and responsibility is fundamental to good scholarship, the policy recognizes the general responsibility of all faculty members to foster acceptable standards of academic conduct and of the student to be mindful of and abide by such standards.

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Academic honesty requires that persons do not falsely claim credit for the ideas, writing or other intellectual property of others, either by presenting such works as their own or through impersonation. Similarly, academic honesty requires that persons do not cheat (attempt to gain an improper advantage in an academic evaluation), nor attempt or actually alter, suppress, falsify or fabricate any research data or results, official academic record, application or document. Suspected breaches of academic honesty will be investigated and charges shall be laid if reasonable and probable grounds exist. A student who is charged with a breach of academic honesty shall be presumed innocent until, based upon clear and compelling evidence, a committee determines the student has violated the academic honesty standards of the University. A finding of academic misconduct will lead to the range of penalties described in the guidelines which accompany this policy. In some cases the University regulations on non-academic discipline may apply. A lack of familiarity with the Senate Policy and Guidelines on Academic Honesty on the part of a student does not constitute a defence against their application. Some academic offences constitute offences under the Criminal Code of Canada; a student charged under University regulations may also be subject to criminal charges. Charges may also be laid against York University students for matters which arise at other educational institutions.

as something one has written, paraphrasing another’s writing without proper acknowledgement, or representing another’s artistic or technical work or creation as one’s own. Any use of the work of others, whether published, unpublished or posted electronically, attributed or anonymous, must include proper acknowledgement. Improper research practices. Academic research includes the collection, analysis, interpretation and publication of information or data obtained in the scientific laboratory or in the field. Forms of improper research practices include: • Dishonest reporting of investigative results, either through fabrication or falsification; • Taking or using the research results of others without permission or due acknowledgement; • Misrepresentation or selective reporting of research results or the methods used. Dishonesty in publication. It is a violation of academic honesty to knowingly publish information that will mislead or deceive readers. This includes the falsification or fabrication of data or information, as well as the failure to give credit to collaborators as joint authors or the listing as authors of others who have not contributed to the work. Plagiarism is also considered a form of dishonesty in publication. Dissemination of information without permission. Information or experimental data that was collected with a member of faculty or another student, and other works that involved the participation of a faculty member or another student, should not be submitted for publication or otherwise disseminated without their permission. Abuse of confidentiality. Taking or releasing the ideas or data of others that were given with the expectation that they are confidential is inappropriate. This includes the ideas or data obtained via the evaluation of confidential grant proposals, award applications or manuscripts that will be or may have been submitted for possible funding or publication. Unless one is authorized to do so, it is improper to obtain a password assigned to another or to copy or modify a data file or program belonging to someone else. Proper authorization means being granted permission either by the owner or originator of that material, or by an appropriate faculty member or administrator. Falsification or unauthorized modification of an academic document/record. It is a breach of academic honesty to falsify, fabricate or in any way modify, either through omission or commission, an application to the University or a program, course student examination or test, transcript, grade, letter of recommendation or related document, a degree, a physician’s letter/form or any other document used in support of an academic application, record, petition/appeal or endeavor. Obstruction of the academic activities of another. It is a violation of academic honesty to interfere with the scholarly activities of another in order to harass or gain unfair academic advantage. This includes interference or tampering with experimental data, with a human or animal subject, with a written or other creation (e.g., a painting, sculpture or film), with a chemical used for scientific study, or with any other object of study. Aiding and abetting. Encouraging, enabling or causing others to do or attempt any of the above with intent to mislead an instructor, academic unit, program, office or committee as to a student’s academic status, qualifications, actions or preparation, or knowingly aiding or abetting anyone in a breach of academic honesty shall itself be considered misconduct.

Summary of offences against the standards of academic honesty
The following summary of offences is not exhaustive, nor are the definitions provided for each offence confined to the examples cited. Cheating is the attempt to gain an improper advantage in an academic evaluation. Forms of cheating include: • Obtaining a copy of an examination before it is officially available or learning an examination question before it is officially available; • Copying another person’s answer to an examination question; • Consulting an unauthorized source during an examination; • Obtaining assistance by means of documentary, electronic or other aids which are not approved by the instructor; • Changing a score or a record of an examination result; • Submitting the work one has done for one class or project to a second class, or as a second project, without the prior informed consent of the relevant instructors; • Submitting work prepared in collaboration with another or other member(s) of a class, when collaborative work on a project has not been authorized by the instructor; • Submitting work prepared in whole or in part by another person and representing that work as one’s own; • Offering for sale essays or other assignments, in whole or in part, with the expectation that these works will be submitted by a student for appraisal; • Preparing work in whole or in part, with the expectation that this work will be submitted by a student for appraisal. • Impersonation is to have someone impersonate one’s self in class, in a test, examination or interview, or in connection with any other type of assignment or placement associated with a course or academic program. Both the impersonator and the individual impersonated may be charged. Plagiarism is the misappropriation of the work of another by representing another person’s ideas, writing or other intellectual property as one’s own. This includes the presentation of all or part of another person’s work

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STUDENT CODE OF CONDUCT
York University is a place of research, teaching and learning where people value civility, diversity, equity and respect in their interactions with one another. Freedom of speech, freedom of association, freedom to study and to learn, freedom to engage in research, and the freedom to write and to publish are all recognized as central to the mission of the institution. It is acknowledged that these values can only be meaningful, and these freedoms fully realized, in an atmosphere of safety and security. Since their inception, universities have been recognized as clearly distinguishable communities within the larger community and have dealt with issues of misconduct internally. Under the York University Act, 1965, 13(2)(c), the President has the power to formulate and implement regulations governing students and student activities. The President has assigned to the Vice-President Students, through the Office of Student Conduct and Dispute Resolution, the responsibility for the administration of this Code of Student Conduct.

This Code has been developed through extensive consultation with students, staff, and faculty, and affirms their stated values of equity and respect. It is based on a model that supports a progressive discipline approach that encourages appropriate conduct. The process the Code outlines for dealing with transgressions is designed to be perceptibly fair, easy to understand, and transparent. In addition, the sanctions it proposes have been developed through community consultation and are understood to be reasonable and suitable for a wide variety of misconduct. Wherever possible and appropriate, sanctions will be corrective rather than punitive. Students are required to familiarize themselves with the student code of conduct. Details are available on the York Web site: www.yorku.ca/scdr/CodeOfConduct.html

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section 2
Atkinson Academic Information

ATKINSON Faculty of Liberal & Professional Studies

ACADEMIC STANDARDS
The following degree requirements apply to all students proceeding to a degree through the Atkinson Faculty. It is your responsibility as a student to ensure that courses are selected in accordance with current degree/certificate and program requirements.

Bachelor of Science (BSc) 90 credit degree: A minimum cumulative grade point average of 4.0. Bachelor of Science Honours (BSc) 120 credit degree: A minimum cumulative grade point average of 5.0. Bachelor of Social Work Honours (BSW) 120 credit degree: A minimum cumulative grade point average of 5.0 and no grade less than 4.0 for courses used in the major.

General
The following regulations apply to students taking courses at Atkinson. Applicants seeking admission are referred to the regulations governing admission to Atkinson Faculty of Liberal and Professional Studies, York University.

Graduation and academic excellence
Atkinson recognizes the academic excellence of its students in appropriate ways. The following Honours are recorded on a student’s transcript: 1. Atkinson Sessional Academic Achievement List recognizes the outstanding achievement of the following students: a) Students taking 12-17 credits in a given session who have attained a sessional grade point average of 8.0 or higher. b) Students taking 18 or more credits in a given session who have attained a sessional grade point average of 7.5 or higher. 2. Graduating with Honours academic standing: Students with high grade point averages are eligible for the following Honours upon graduation from Atkinson. a) Honours degree (120 credits), cumulative grade point average as follows: • Summa cum laude, 8.0 or above; • Magna cum laude, 7.8-7.99; • Cum laude, 7.5-7.79; • Dean’s Honour Roll, 7.0, with a minimum grade of C in all major requirements. b) Bachelor’s degree (90 credits), cumulative grade point average as follows: • With distinction, 8.0 or above; • With merit, 7.5-7.99; • Dean’s Honour Roll, 7.0, with a minimum grade of D+ in all major requirements.

All students are required to:
a) observe the regulations of Atkinson and the University; changes become effective as announced. b) maintain a satisfactory standard of work. All term work must be submitted by the dates specified by the course director. Normally all term work must be submitted before the day of examination. c) have discharged all financial liability to the University prior to graduation.

Candidates admitted to an Atkinson degree program are required to:
a) have been admitted to York University as degree students. b) satisfy all the corequisite(s) and prerequisite(s) for courses selected. c) satisfy the program and degree requirements for one of the following degrees: BA BA (Honours) BAS BAS (Honours) BHRM BHRM (Honours) BSc BSc (Honours) BSW (Honours) d) Residency requirement: In order to be eligible to receive a degree from Atkinson, at least 30 credits not used toward another academic program are to be taken at York University. In-Faculty requirement: at least half (50 per cent) of the major, double major, major/minor must be taken at Atkinson.

Reclassification of a bachelor degree
Atkinson graduates may request reclassification of their bachelor degree to Honours. The residency requirement for Atkinson graduates proceeding to a first Honours degree in the same major must still be satisfied, including the in-Faculty requirement in the major.

Minimum academic standards for Atkinson degrees
Bachelor of Administrative Studies (BAS) 90 credits: A minimum cumulative and major grade point average of 5.0. Bachelor of Administrative Studies Honours (BAS) 120 credits: A minimum cumulative grade point average of 5.0 and a major cumulative grade point average of 5.5. Bachelor of Arts (BA) 90 credit degree: A minimum cumulative grade point average of 4.0. Bachelor of Arts Honours (BA) 120 credit degree: A minimum cumulative grade point average of 5.0. Bachelor of Human Resources Management (BHRM) 90 credits: A minimum cumulative and major grade point average of 5.0. Bachelor of Human Resources Management Honours (BHRM) 120 credits: A minimum cumulative grade point average of 5.0 and a major cumulative grade point average of 5.5.

Second degrees
A student holding a university undergraduate degree may apply for admission to studies leading to a second degree. Such students must be admissible to Atkinson. A minimum of 30 NEW credits must be completed for a second bachelor or Honours degree at York University including half the major from Atkinson. The general regulations on advanced standing would apply in all cases. The maximum number of new courses is also determined by the degree and program requirements of Atkinson.

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Academic Standing Requirements for Visiting Students
Individuals who wish to enrol in undergraduate credit courses, but who do not intend to complete a degree or a certificate may be admitted to York as a Visiting Student (refer to the Admissions section of the undergraduate Calendar for more information). There are three categories of visiting students: a) those who hold an undergraduate degree (three-year Bachelor’s degree minimum) from an accredited university/university-level institution; b) those who do not hold an undergraduate degree but wish to enrol in York courses to fulfil the academic, upgrading or professional development requirements of a professional designation; c) those who are currently attending another recognized university and wish to take York courses on a Letter of Permission issued by their home institution.

1000 = the number of the course, the first digit indentifies the level of the course. 3.00 = is the suffix indicating the academic credit value of the course.

Cross-listed courses
Some courses in Atkinson are cross-listed: that is, they are jointly offered by two or more academic units or Faculties. a) Cross-listed courses may not be double counted in order to fulfil degree requirements. b) Cross-listed courses may not be used to fulfil the degree requirement of courses required outside the major in the programs offering the crosslisting. For example, AK/SOSC 3370 6.00 is cross-listed with AK/WMST 3370 6.00. This means AK/SOSC 3370 6.00 may not count as a course outside the major for students majoring in women’s studies, and AK/WMST 3370 6.00 may not count as a course outside the major for students majoring in social science. c) Cross-listed courses (offered jointly between Atkinson and another Faculty/Faculties) used in the major will count toward satisfying the inFaculty requirement for Atkinson.

GPA Requirement
Students in categories a) and b) whose overall cumulative grade point average (OCGPA) falls below 4.00 on at least 24 credits attempted will not be allowed to enrol in any subsequent session as visiting students. Students who are not permitted to re-enrol must apply for readmission through the Admissions Office. Note: Repeated course legislation does not apply to visiting students but only to academic degrees and certificates. Therefore, all courses attempted or taken will count in the OCGPA.

Course credit exclusions
Course credit exclusion is a formal status accorded to pairs of courses that are recognized as having sufficient overlap in content to warrant specifically excluding students from obtaining credit for both.

York courses taken outside of Atkinson Credit Limits
Students in category b) who have maintained an OCGPA of 4.0 throughout their studies and who have completed 30 credits will not be allowed to enrol in subsequent sessions and must either reactivate to proceed as visiting students or may choose to apply for admission to a degree or certificate program. Atkinson degree candidates may enrol in courses offered by other York University Faculties provided they meet the publicized corequisite(s) and/or prerequisite(s). Students are responsible for ensuring that these out-of-Faculty courses meet Atkinson degree and program requirements. Out-of-Faculty courses are credited at the level at which they are taken. Refer to Program of Study section.

COURSE INFORMATION
Atkinson courses
Atkinson primarily offers late afternoon and evening courses (some programs offer specific day courses for their majors). Students are not restricted to taking Atkinson courses only and may take courses offered through other Faculties at York. Please discuss this option with your adviser. Courses are offered in a variety of formats including lecture, lecture and tutorial or lab, seminar, directed reading, independent study, correspondence and Internet. When selecting courses, you should first read the course description. Some courses have a prerequisite requirement that must be completed prior to enrolling in the course.

Prerequisite and corequisite
A prerequisite is a course(s) that must be successfully completed before another course can be taken. For example AK/ADMS 2500 3.00 is a prerequisite for AK/ADMS 2510 3.00. Therefore, AK/ADMS 2500 3.00 must be successfully completed before you can take AK/ADMS 2510 3.00. A corequisite is a course that must be taken in the same term as another course.

Course conflict
A course conflict occurs when a student has enrolled in two courses which are scheduled at the time on the same day. This is against University regulations. Students are responsible for avoiding course conflicts in their timetables.

Audit a course
With the permission of a course director, an auditor attends classes and participates in a course in the same way as other students, but does not submit assignments or write tests or examinations. Further information about admissibility, application procedures, courses available, and fees may be obtained through Student Client Services, 416 736 5440.

Course identification
All courses, for example AK/ECON 1000 3.00, are identified following a standard York format. AK = the designation of the Faculty offering the course (in this case Atkinson). ECON = the prefix of the teaching unit offering the course (in this case economics).

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All Atkinson courses are identified by the Faculty designation symbol of AK. Students may select courses by Faculty (Atkinson) or by course discipline or course acronym, offered by the schools/departments within Atkinson. Course Discipline Administrative Studies Canadian studies Computer science Culture studies Economics English English as a second language Geography Greek History Humanities Information technology Latin Mathematics Modes of reasoning Natural science Philosophy Political science Public Policy and Administration Psychology Social science Social work Sociology Urban studies Women’s studies Writing Course Acronym ADMS CDNS CSE CLST ECON EN ENSL GEOG GK HIST HUMA ITEC LA MATH MODR NATS PHIL POLS PPAS PSYC SOSC SOWK SOCI URST WMST WRIT Schools/Departments School of Administrative Studies School of Arts and Letters Department of Computer Science and Engineering School of Arts and Letters Economics Unit School of Arts and Letters School of Arts and Letters/Writing Programs School of Social Sciences School of Arts and Letters School of Arts and Letters School of Arts and Letters School of Information Technology School of Arts and Letters Mathematics Department – Faculty of Arts or Faculty of Science and Engineering School of Arts and Letters Division of Natural Science Faculty of Science and Engineering School of School of Arts and Letters School of Social Sciences School of Public Policy and Administration Department of Psychology Faculty of Health School of Social Sciences School of Social Work School of Social Sciences School of Social Sciences School of Arts and Letters School of Arts and Letter/ Writing Programs

Course load and course overload for Atkinson students
Fall/Winter session:
• Normally, a full time course load is 30 credits in fall/winter session. • Students may take up to and including a maximum of 36 credits without permission. • Maximum of 18 credits fall term and 18 credits winter term. • Students who wish to take more than 36 credits during the fall/winter session must submit a petition to the Atkinson Office of the Faculty Council.

Courses at other accredited universities
Atkinson students pursuing a degree or an Atkinson certificate may request a letter of permission to receive credit at York for courses taken at another accredited university. Students not working toward a degree or an Atkinson certificate are not eligible for letters of permission.

Letters of permission
It is the responsibility of the student to ensure that: iii) courses completed on a letter of permission meet her/his program requirements; iii) she/he will fulfil residency and in-Faculty requirements for graduation or granting of the certificate; iii) she/he submits the letter of permission request with course descriptions to the appropriate departmental office and returns the completed form and the application fee to Student Client Services; iv) the letter of permission is granted prior to enrolling courses at the other institution;

Summer session:
• Normally, a full time course load is 15 credits in the summer session. • Students may take up to and including 18 credits without permission. • Students who wish to take more than 18 credits during the summer session must submit a petition to the Atkinson Office of the Faculty Council.

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iv) if she/he does not register for the courses or does not complete the approved courses, the student must provide Student Client Services with documentation from the host institution declaring that she/he did not register at that institution or withdrew from the courses without academic penalty; vi) arrangements are made for the host institution to forward an official transcript to Student Client Services as soon as final grades are available. Note 1: Students who receive a letter of permission to take their last course(s) at another institution should not, normally, expect to graduate at the convocation directly following the session in which the letter of permission was issued. Note 2: Some programs may have their own Faculty approved policies restricting letters of permission on the basis of accreditation or professional association requirements. Please review your school/department policy.

d) The restrictions regarding repeating a passed or failed course also apply to cross-listed courses and course credit exclusions. The above items do not apply to graduate degree or diploma programs, the BEd degree programs of the Faculty of Education, or the LLB degree program of Osgoode Hall Law School. It should be noted that when a course is repeated, the first instance of the course being taken and the grade that was awarded will continue to appear on the transcript with the designation NCR – No Credit Retained – added as a qualification beside the grade. The transcript legend will explain that the NCR designation means that neither the course credit nor grade have been included in the calculation of the student’s grade point average.

EXAMINATIONS
Examinations are important parts of the educational process. They must be conducted under fair conditions which allow students to demonstrate what they have learned. Disruptions or attempts to obtain an unfair advantage are offences against academic process and carry severe penalties. Language of examinations: The language(s) of instruction is (are) normally the language(s) of examination (#: Sen 018). Identification: Students who are being tested or examined are required to present York U card or acceptable photo identification (#: Sen 027). Answer booklets: Answer booklets are the property of the University. Examination booklets and other answer forms remain the property of the University. Students may not remove them from the test or examination room without permission; nor may they possess blank examination booklets (#: Sen 009). Final Examination period: There is a final examination period at the end of each term. The dates and times of formally scheduled examinations are listed on the Web site at: www.yorku.ca, then click Current Students. Religious accommodation: Students who have examination conflicts due to religious observances can complete an examination accommodation agreement to write an examination at another time. For further information, and to access the agreement form, please visit the Office of the Registrar Web site on examinations at: https://w2prod.sis.yorku.ca/ Apps/WebObjects/cdm.woa.wa.regobs

Regulations governing the granting of letters of permission:
• students must be enrolled in a degree or Atkinson certificate program; • including courses taken on a letter of permission, Atkinson students may enrol in a maximum of 18 credits in a summer session and 36 credits in a fall/winter session (18 credits fall term, 18 credits winter term); • students must be in good academic standing in order to be approved for a letter of permission; • a letter of permission will not be granted to students who are on academic, program or debarment warning or academic probation. If a student receives an academic, program, debarment warning, or academic probation or is ineligible to proceed at the conclusion of the current session, the letter of permission will be rescinded; • in major courses in all Honours programs, and in the BAS and BHRM 90 credit degrees, credit is granted when an approved course is successfully completed with a minimum grade of C+ (65 per cent). For all other courses credit is granted when an approved course is successfully completed with a minimum grade of C (60 per cent). The Faculty is under no obligation to accept courses taken without its permission. • grades for courses taken at the host institution are not listed on York University transcripts and are not included in the calculation of the York grade point average. Note: Should a student leave York to pursue study at another postsecondary institution without a letter of permission, upon return to York, a new application to York is required, and, all previous transfer credit will be reassessed.

Deferred standing and aegrotat standing
In some cases, students may be eligible for deferred standing or aegrotat standing on the grounds of illness, accident or family misfortune. Deferred standing. Deferred standing (an extension) may be granted to undergraduate students who are unable to write their final examination at the scheduled time, or to submit their final assignment on the last day of classes. In order to apply for deferred standing, students must complete a Final Exam/Assignment Deferred Standing Agreement (DSA) form and reach an agreement directly with the course director for an alternative final examination date or for an extension to the deadline.

Repeating passed or failed courses for academic credit
a) Students are allowed to repeat a passed or failed course once for academic degree or certificate credit. Students should note that course availability and space considerations may preclude the possibility of repeating a course in the session they choose. b) When a student is allowed to repeat a course for academic degree or certificate credit, the second grade will be the grade of record and the only grade calculated in the student’s grade point average (major, cumulative, sessional and overall). A course can be credited only once towards satisfaction of degree or certificate academic credit requirements. c) The record of both the first and second time the course was taken will appear on the student’s transcript, with the first course designated as No Credit Retained (NCR).

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The deadline for submitting a DSA is within seven calendar days of a missed examination and/or final assignment due date. A petition for deferred standing (available through the Atkinson Faculty Council Office) may be initiated if the course director indicates on a DSA form that he/she refuses to approve deferred standing or if the request is made after the deadline has passed. Note 1: When students do not or cannot write a mid-term examination (not held during the formal examination period), alternative arrangements to write the mid-term examination should be made within the duration of the course by the course director and individual student, at the discretion of the course director. The DSA form does not apply. Note 2: Students who have experienced a misfortune or who are too ill to attend an examination in an Atkinson course should not attempt to do so; they must pursue deferred standing. Note 3: Atkinson students in York courses other than Atkinson courses must arrange deferred standing in accordance with the regulations and deadlines of the Faculty offering the course. Aegrotat standing. In cases where a student cannot be expected to complete the work for a course, aegrotat standing may be substituted for the grade on the transcript. Aegrotat standing is seldom granted and only in exceptional circumstances due to the nature and extent of the student’s illness/injury and where deferred standing is inappropriate.

The percentages indicated are not part of the official grading scheme and are meant only to be used as guidelines. The letter grade system is the fundamental system of assessment of performance in undergraduate programs at York University.

Grade point averages
Three kinds of grade point averages exist: a) Sessional grade point average: This average reflects a student’s grades during a particular academic session (e.g. fall/winter 2008-2009). b) Major grade point average: This average reflects a student’s academic average in his/her chosen major. c) Cumulative grade point average: This average reflects a student’s grades over the entire undergraduate career in a student’s particular degree program (e.g. all grades earned while completing a Bachelor of Arts at York University).

Grading
1. All course grades, including those assigned after a deferred examination(s) are derived from an evaluation of examination and term work, unless otherwise decided by the Atkinson Faculty Council Office on the recommendation of the course director. 2. With the exception of courses explicitly required for certification by a professional body, or other exceptions agreed to by Senate, students pass or fail a course on the basis of final course average, without the additional requirement of having to obtain a passing grade on a final examination. (This does not preclude the possibility of a final examination representing more than 50 per cent of the final grade in a particular course or the requirement that a student pass a specific course lab component.) 3. Unless Senate agrees to explicit exemptions, eligibility to proceed in or graduate from an undergraduate degree program will not be based on a minimum grade requirement for each major course. It should be noted that this does not preclude setting requirements for a minimum cumulative grade point average in a major subject area. Nor does this preclude setting individual course grade requirements when a course is a prerequisite for upper level courses or as part of a core requirement. Course grades are not official until approved by the Committee on Examinations and Academic Standards. 4. The letter-grade system is the fundamental system for assessing performance in undergraduate programs at York University. The grades are defined in the Grades and Grading Schemes section. 5. Percentage equivalents of letter grades: Atkinson uses a letter grade system of grading. See the Grades and Grading Schemes below for information on conversion from percentages to letter grades within courses. 6. Credit/No Credit: The notations “Credit” and “No credit” will be used when an entire course is being offered on an ungraded basis. No credit will count as an earned failing grade of “F” in the grade point average.

YORK GRADES AND GRADING SCHEMES
Except for courses taken under the pass/fail option, courses in the Faculty are graded according to the following scale. The grade point values are used to compute averages (see below). Grade A+ A B+ B C+ C D+ D E F Percent Range 90-100 80-89 75-79 70-74 65-69 60-64 55-59 50-54 (marginally below 50%) (below 50%) Point Value 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 0 Definition Exceptional Excellent Very good Good Competent Fairly competent Passing Barely passing Marginally failing Failing

Note 1: All the above-noted grades are used to calculate averages and credits. Note 2: Only courses taken at York University are included in the grade point averages.

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Grading scheme and feedback policy
The grading scheme (i.e. kinds and weights of assignments, essays, exams etc.) is to be announced, and be available in writing, within the first two weeks of class. Under normal circumstances, graded feedback worth at least 15 per cent of the final grade for fall, winter or summer term, and 30 per cent for full year courses offered in the fall/winter term be received by students in all courses prior to the final withdrawal date from a course without receiving a grade, with the following exceptions: • graduate or upper level undergraduate courses where course work typically, or at the instructor’s discretion, consists of a single piece of work and/or is based predominantly (or solely) on student presentations (e.g. Honours theses or graduate research papers not due by the drop date etc.); • practicum courses; • ungraded courses; • courses in Faculties where the drop date occurs within the first three weeks of classes; • courses which run on a compressed schedule (a course which accomplishes its academic credits of work at a rate of one credit hour per two calendar weeks). Note: Under unusual and/or unforeseeable circumstances which disrupt the academic norm, instructors are expected to provide grading schemes and academic feedback in the spirit of these regulations, as soon as possible. Subsequent changes: In exceptional circumstances, a previously announced marking scheme for a course may be changed, but only with the unanimous consent of students; the new marking scheme must also be distributed in written form. In courses where percentages are used as a means of reporting grades on individual pieces of work, the conversion table above is to be used in converting percentage grades to letter grades, unless alternative provisions for scaling and/or conversion are announced to students in writing within the first two weeks of classes.

Grade Reappraisals
Students may, with sufficient grounds, request that a final grade in a course be reappraised. Further information may be obtained from the school/department offering the course. Students who apply to have a grade reappraised should be aware of the following: • requests for reappraisals must be filed with the school/department offering the course within 21 calendar days of the release of the final grade in the course. • students may question the marking of specific pieces of work or the overall course grade. Normally, however, only tangible work may be reappraised. Tangible work may include written, graphic, digitized, modelled, video recording or audio recording formats, but not oral work. • an original grade may be raised, lowered or confirmed. • students wishing to request a reappraisal of a final grade should complete the appropriate form available from the school/department offering the course and return the completed form to the same office. • decisions of Atkinson’s schools/department may be appealed to the Atkinson Faculty Council Office only on the grounds of procedural irregularity or new evidence. Note: For more information on grade reappraisals, refer to the York Web site: www.registrar.yorku.ca/services/policies/grade.htm

Pass/fail alternative grading option
Students in good academic standing who have passed a minimum of 24 credits are allowed to take up to 12 credits on an ungraded basis (pass/fail alternative grading option) toward an Honours degree or six credits toward a bachelor degree. The pass/fail alternative grading option cannot be used for courses taken to satisfy major, minor, general education, certificate requirements or 1000-level science courses. The ungraded option must be requested from the course director/ instructor on a Pass/Fail Option Application Form (available from the Web site: www.yorku.ca/yorkweb/currentstudents/mystudent records/ index.html) within the first two weeks of class for the specific course. The completed form must then be submitted to the Office of Student and Academic Services, Room 123, Atkinson Building (for Atkinson students). Students will be notified in writing of their eligibility or ineligibility. The following information applies to the pass/fail alternative grading option: • Reversing. Students who elect to switch back to graded status can do so up to the last date to drop the course. Written notice must be received in Student Client Services by this date, using the space provided on the eligibility letter. • Calculation of averages and credits. Courses taken on an ungraded basis are recorded as either P/pass or F/fail. They do not have grade point values so they cannot be calculated into an average. P/pass credits are added into the total number of credits earned and credits taken. F/fail credits are added into the total number of credits failed and credits taken. • Grade reports and transcripts. The ungraded option will appear as either P or F on both grade reports and transcripts.

Grades release dates
Grade reports and transcripts
Academic reviews occur prior to the release of grades on grade reports and transcripts. Grades submitted by an instructor are subject to review by the teaching unit in which the course is offered and by the Atkinson Faculty Council or Faculty Committee on Examinations and Academic Standards. Grades and transcripts are normally released by the Office of the Registrar when the review is completed.

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ACADEMIC PENALTIES
Students whose academic record does not meet the Faculty or program standards are subject to the academic penalties of academic warning, Honours warning, program warning, required withdrawal, debarment warning, debarment and academic probation.

BSW students who fail to meet the Honours warning conditions will be ineligible to proceed in the program. Students who have completed less than 84 credits and wish to continue their studies must change their degree. Students who have completed 84 credits but less than 120 credits may petition for an Honours waiver.

Academic warning for BA and BSc bachelor degrees
Students who, prior to completion of 90 credits, have a cumulative grade point average that falls below 4.0 (C) at the end of any session, or who enter the Faculty with a grade point average equivalent to less than 4.0 (C) on the York scale, receive an academic warning.

Program warning for BAS, BHRM programs
BAS and BHRM students who have completed less than 90 credits, whose cumulative grade point average is below 5.0, will be placed on program warning and may continue in the 90 credit bachelor degree only providing they meet the program warning conditions outlined below.

Academic warning conditions
Students on academic warning must achieve a cumulative grade point average of at least 4.0 (C) within the next 24 credits taken, or earn a sessional grade point average of at least 5.0 (C+) in the session in which that 24th credit is taken and in each subsequent session until the cumulative grade point average reaches 4.0 (C), or be required to withdraw. At no time may the cumulative grade point average fall below 2.5 upon completion of at least 24 York credits. Students must attain a cumulative grade point average of at least 4.0 (C) upon completion of 90 credits.

Program warning conditions for BAS and BHRM
BAS and BHRM students on program warning, within the next 24 credits taken, must raise their cumulative grade point average to at least 5.0. At no time may the cumulative grade point average fall below 2.5 upon completion of at least 24 York credits. Upon completion of 90 credits, BAS and BHRM students who do not have both the cumulative and major grade point averages of at least 5.0 will be ineligible to proceed in the program or graduate. Note 1: BAS and BRHM students who plan to graduate with the 90 credit bachelor must meet both the cumulative and major grade point averages of at least 5.0 at the 90th credit. Note 2: BAS and BHRM students with both the cumulative and major grade point averages of at least 5.0 at 90 credits may elect to proceed with the Honours degree. Graduation with the Honours at the 120th credit requires the cumulative grade point average of at least 5.0 and the major grade point average of at least 5.5.

Failure to meet academic warning conditions
Students whose cumulative grade point average on at least 24 York credits is below 2.5 will be required to withdraw for 12 months. Students who fail to meet the academic warning conditions will be required to withdraw for 12 months.

Honours warning for BA, BSc, BSW
Students who have completed less than 84 earned credits whose cumulative grade point average is below 5.0 may continue in Honours on warning provided they meet the Honours warning conditions.

Failure to meet program warning conditions
Students whose cumulative grade point average on at least 24 York credits is below 2.5 will be required to withdraw for 12 months and will be ineligible to continue in the program. Students in the BAS and BHRM programs who fail to meet the program warning conditions will be ineligible to proceed or graduate in the program and must declare a new degree program to be eligible to continue with their studies. Students with less than a 4.0 cumulative grade point average who have completed less than 90 credits will proceed in the new degree program on academic warning.

Honours warning conditions
Students may continue in Honours on warning providing they meet the minimum cumulative grade point average for the year level as specified below. At no time may the cumulative grade point average fall below 2.5 upon completion of at least 24 York credits. Note: Year level is based on the number of earned credits including transfer credit. Year one Year two Year three Year four 0-23 earned credits 24-53 earned credits 54-83 earned credits 84 earned credits or greater Minimum cumulative grade point average 4.0 Minimum cumulative grade point average 4.25 Minimum cumulative grade point average 4.80 Minimum cumulative grade point average 5.0

Required withdrawal
Students whose academic record shows marked weakness may be required to withdraw from their studies for 12 months, during which they are encouraged to identify and remedy any problems which may have contributed materially to their failure to perform up to their potential, and, to reflect on their reasons for pursuing a university education. The following regulations apply to required withdrawals.

Failure to meet Honours warning conditions
Students whose cumulative grade point average on at least 24 York credits is below 2.5 will be required to withdraw for 12 months. BA and BSc students who fail to meet the Honours warning conditions will be placed in the corresponding 90 credit bachelor program if applicable.

Grade point average below 2.5: Students whose cumulative grade point average on at least 24 York credits is below 2.5 must withdraw for 12 months.

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Grade point average below 4.0 and equal to or greater than 2.5: Students will be required to withdraw for 12 months should their cumulative grade point average fall below 2.5 at any time after completion of 24 York credits. Students who have received an academic warning for a cumulative grade point average below 4.0 must achieve a cumulative grade point average of at least 4.0 within their next 24 credits taken or earn a sessional grade point average of at least 5.0 in the session in which that 24th credit is taken and in each subsequent session until the cumulative grade point average reaches 4.0; otherwise, they must withdraw for 12 months.

Petition to continue without interruption
Students who have been debarred may submit a petition to the Atkinson Faculty Council Office requesting permission to continue their studies without interruption. Students granted such a petition would be allowed to continue their studies on academic probation. For further information, refer to the section on “Petitions and Appeals” and the University policy on Petitions and Grade Reappraisal under the University Policies and Regulations section.

Reapplying after debarment
Students who have been debarred and who wish to resume their studies must apply for readmission through the Admissions Office, and must provide persuasive evidence that they are ready and able to complete a degree program. Students who are readmitted (as well as those who have been allowed to continue their studies by virtue of a petition to the Committee on Petitions) receive academic probation.

Petition to continue without interruption
Students who have been required to withdraw may submit a petition to the Atkinson Faculty Council Office requesting permission to continue their studies without interruption. Students granted such a petition would be allowed to continue their studies on debarment warning. For further information, see the section on petitions and appeals.

Returning to studies following a required withdrawal
Students who have been required to withdraw may apply to return to their studies after the requisite period of absence by submitting a reactivation form obtainable from the York Web site at: www.yorku.ca/ yorkweb/currentstudents/mystudentrecords/index.html. Students who return to their studies after such a required withdrawal (as well as those who have been allowed to continue their studies by virtue of a petition to the Committee on Petitions) receive a debarment warning.

Academic probation
Students who have been debarred and who subsequently resume their studies in the Faculty whether by petitioning to continue without interruption or by applying for readmission, receive academic probation. Students on academic probation must meet the debarment warning conditions outlined above; otherwise, they will be debarred.

Suspension
A penalty imposed for serious academic offences for a variable but limited period during which students may not be registered in the University. This penalty may be imposed only by a Faculty-level committee which has received authority to do so from a Faculty Council.

Debarment warning
Students who have been required to withdraw from the Faculty of Liberal and Professional Studies, or from another Faculty at York, or elsewhere receive a debarment warning upon continuing their studies in the Faculty.

Rustication
A sanction terminating the right of students to continue as a student of the University permanently or for a fixed or indefinite period of time, imposed by the University Discipline Tribunal for non-academic misconduct.

Debarment warning conditions
Students whose cumulative grade point average falls below 2.5 at any time while on debarment warning will be debarred. Students on debarment warning must achieve a cumulative grade point average of at least 4.0 within the next 24 credits taken or earn a sessional grade point average of at least 5.0 in the session in which the 24th credit is taken and in each subsequent session until the cumulative average reaches 4.0 and then, must maintain this average. Students who do not fulfil these conditions will be debarred from the University.

PETITIONS AND APPEALS
The Atkinson Faculty Council Office, Room 143, Atkinson Building Tel: 416 650 8193 Fax: 416 650 8179 E-mail: akcouncil@mail.atkinson.yorku.ca Web site: www.atkinson.yorku.ca/Council/Students/petitions.htm Students are expected to familiarize themselves with the University policy on petitions and grade reappraisal under the University policies and regulations section before taking any steps which may have costly repercussions or affect their academic progress. The purpose of a petition is to request an exemption from a regulation or deadline. Ignorance of regulations or deadlines does not constitute a valid reason for a petition.

Debarment
Students who fail to meet the debarment warning conditions outlined above will be debarred from the University. Debarment, the minimum period for which is normally two years, means that the student is no longer a student at York University.

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Petition
A petition is a written request for the waiver of an academic regulation or deadline. A petition cannot be used to create legislation (i.e. a degree program) that does not exist. Petitions are submitted to and considered by a student’s home Faculty. Petitions relating to a student’s enrolment status in a course will only be considered if they are submitted within 30 days of the last day of classes. Such petitions may be considered for a period of up to one year if they are based on special circumstances.

Note: Students in the Faculties of Arts, Fine Arts, Education and Pure and Applied Science must petition to the Registrar’s Office. Students from Faculties not listed should contact the respective Office of Student Programs. Student academic petitions must be presented on the appropriate petition form (available from the Atkinson Faculty Council Office) and accompanied by a personal letter outlining the specific request and statement of grounds for the petition as well as relevant original supporting documentation such as medical certificates, letters from employers etc. Note: Student petitions regarding standing in a course must be accompanied by a Student Course Performance Summary (CPS) form filled out by the course director. When a petition appears to be complete and has been processed by the Atkinson Faculty Council Office, it is brought anonymously to the Committee on Petitions. Students will be notified in writing of the decisions made on their petitions.

Petitions procedures
The Committee on Petitions, on behalf of the Atkinson Faculty Council, considers Atkinson student petitions for exceptions to all Faculty regulations, including petitions to continue studies without interruption in cases where a student has been required to withdraw or debarred. The Committee will give due consideration to transition difficulties documented by students in their first university session. Petitions are held in the strictest confidence. The Committee considers the petition itself, supporting documentation (from professors or medical practitioners) and other relevant information contained in the student’s record. Students may not normally appear in person.

Appeal
An appeal is a written request for the alteration of the decision taken on a petition generally made to the same level but to another person, panel or committee. Appeals against decisions of the Atkinson Committee on Petitions will be permitted only on the grounds of; a) new evidence, or

Initiating a petition
All forms are available on the Web site at: www.atkinson.yorku.ca/Council/ Students/Petforms.htm. To initiate a petition, Atkinson students should obtain a petition package and relevant forms such as a Student Course Performance Summary (CPS) form, and/or an Attending Physician’s Statement (APS) form, and/or a Statement by Counselling and Development Counsellor form.

b) evidence of procedural irregularity in the committee’s consideration of the case.

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section 3
Atkinson Enrolment and Registration

ATKINSON Faculty of Liberal & Professional Studies

SESSIONAL DATES AND REFUND TABLE
Note: Please refer to the Web site at: www.registrar.yorku.ca/importantdates/index.htm

Fall/Winter 2008-2009 Sessional Dates
Term F Fall Classes Start Fall Classes End Fall Exams Start Fall Exams End Winter Classes Start (Resume) Reading Week Winter Classes End Winter Exam Start Winter Exams End Sep 3 Dec 2 Dec 5 Dec 22 Term Y Sep 3 Dec. 2 Dec 5 Dec 22 (Jan 5) Feb 16 to 20 Apr 3 Apr 6 Apr 27 Term FF Sep 15 Oct 24 N/A N/A Term A Oct 11 Oct 26 N/A N/A Jan 5 Feb 16 to 20 Apr 3 Apr 6 Apr 27 Feb 7 N/A N/A Mar 3 N/A N/A Jan 5 Feb 14 Term W Term WW Term B

Reading week is held from Monday to Friday inclusive. Courses scheduled on weekends will continue to meet on the weekend before and the weekend after Reading Week.

Add and Drop Deadlines
There are deadlines for adding and dropping courses, both academic and financial. Be sure to read the information on the Sessional Dates and the Refund Table which are contained in this section, so that you understand the differences. For the most part, the dates are different. You are strongly advised to pay close attention to the last date to enrol without permission of course instructor deadlines. These deadlines represent the last date that students have unrestricted access to the registration and enrolment system. After that date, you must contact the professor/department offering the course to arrange permission. You can drop courses using the registration and enrolment system up until the drop deadline. After that, you will receive a grade for the course.

Term F Last date to enrol without permission of course instructor Sep 18

Term Y Sep 18 Oct 17 Jan 30

Term FF Sep 22 Sep 29 Oct 6

Term A Oct 13 Oct 17 Oct 20

Term W Jan 19 Jan 27 Mar 10

Term WW Jan 12 Jan 19 Jan 26

Term B Feb 17 Feb 21 Feb 24

Last date to enrol with permission of course instructor Oct 3 Last date to drop courses without receiving a grade Nov 7

Fall/Winter 2008-2009 Refund Table
Credit 1 Full credit posted Term F Up to and including Sep 2 Sep 3 to 10 Sep 11 to 17 Sep 18 to 24 Term Y Up to and including Sep 2 Sep 3 to 10 Sep 11 to 17 Sep 18 to 24 Term FF Up to and including Sep 14 Sep 15 to 22 N/A N/A Term A Up to and including Oct 6 N/A N/A N/A Term W Up to and including Jan 4 Jan 5 to 12 Jan 13 to 19 Jan 20 to 26 Jan 27 to Feb 2 Feb 3 onward Term WW Up to and including Jan 4 Jan 5 to 12 N/A N/A Jan 13 to 19 Jan 20 onward Term B Up to and including Feb 13 N/A N/A N/A N/A Feb 14 onward

$15 of course fee withheld 10% of course fee withheld 20% of course fee withheld 60% of course fee withheld No credit is given

Sep 25 to Oct 1 Sep 25 to Oct 1 Sep 23 to Sep 29 N/A Oct 2 onward Oct 2 onward Sep 30 onward Oct 7 onward

Notes: 1. Credits are applied against any amount owing on your account. Refunds are issued only when all charges outstanding on your account have been cleared. 2. Fee withheld refers to the amount of fees retained by the University when you drop a course during the specified time frame. You are responsible for this amount, whether or not the fees have been paid. Do not confuse the academic withdrawal/drop dates with the refund table dates as they are different. Associated Course Fees (material fees etc.): These fees are not refundable if you drop a course after the first day of class. If you have any questions on this subject, please contact the department offering the course. Dropping or changing courses may cost money. Please refer to the table above, for the term in which you have enrolled, to see what the financial impact will be.

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The chart below refers to the last date for course instructors to announce to students the components of final grades.

Last Date to Announce Components of Final Grades
Term F Sep 18 Term Y Sep 18 Term FF N/A Term A N/A Term W Jan 19 Term WW N/A Term B N/A

The chart below refers to the deadline dates for students to submit term work.

Term Work Submission Deadlines
Term F Late date to submit fall term work Late date to submit winter term work Dec 5 Term Y Dec 5 Apr 6 Term FF N/A Term A N/A Apr 7 NA NA Term W Term WW Term B

Schedule of Fall/Winter Holidays and University Closings
University Closed? Labour Day (Sep 1) Rosh Hashanah (Sep 30-Oct 1)* Yom Kippur (Oct 9) ** Thanksgiving (Oct 13) Yes No No Yes Classes Held? No No No No No No No No Yes Exams Held? No No No No No No No No No Registration and Enrolment System Available? Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Administrative Services Available? No Yes Yes No No No Yes No Yes

Christmas/New Year’s Day (Dec 23-Jan 1) Yes Family Day (Feb 16) Reading Week (Feb 16-20)*** Good Friday (Apr 10) Yes No Yes

Passover (Apr 9-10) and (Apr 15-16) **** No

* Rosh Hashanah – No classes or exams will be held 7-10pm on Monday, September 29; all day on (evening included) on Tuesday, September 30; all day (evening included) on Wednesday, October 1. ** Yom Kippur – No classes or exams will be held 7-10pm on Wednesday, October 8, all day (evening included) on Thursday, October 9. *** Reading week is held from Monday to Friday inclusive. Courses scheduled on weekends will continue to meet on the weekend before and the weekend after Reading Week. The University is closed and administrative services will not be available on Monday, February 16 for Family Day. **** Passover – No exams will be held 7-10pm on Wednesday, April 8, all day (evening included) on Thursday, April 9, all day (evening included) on Friday, April 10, 7-10pm on Tuesday, April 14, all day (evening included) on Wednesday, April 15, all day (evening included) on Sunday, April 27. The University is closed and administrative services will not be available on Monday, February 16 for Family Day. The Registrar’s Office staff will provide a customized ad hoc booking service option to Faculty departments for scheduling the 12th meet classes not held in the 7-10pm slot on the evenings prior to the Jewish holidays. These classes will be accommodated on weekends. Departments are encouraged to resolve these bookings in the summer 2008 prior to the start of the Fall/Winter 2008/09 Session.

ENROLMENT INFORMATION
Enrolment and registration should not be confused. They are two separate acts which are defined below.

through the York University Web site www.yorku.ca, click on Current Students. If you are accessing the Web from off-campus click on Current Students again. As a new student, you will be assigned your enrolment day and time at your advising appointment. Once you have enrolment access, you will be able to use the registration and enrolment system throughout the session up to the last day to drop a course without receiving a grade. As a continuing student you will be assigned a day and time when you can begin to access the registration and enrolment system. Enrolment access days and times are based on the number of credits earned as of September 2008, plus the number of credits enrolled in and/or completed for the fall/winter 2008-2009 session and the summer 2009 session. For students who have the same number of credits earned, assignment of an enrolment access day and time is random. You may check your enrolment access day and time on the Web site at: www.yorku.ca, click on Current Student, click on Find out when I can enrol.

Enrolment
Students who are eligible to enter or proceed, will enrol by placing themselves in courses, using the University’s enrolment system, in accordance with the regulations of the Faculty and its teaching units.

Registration
Students register by paying tuition fees for courses in which they are enrolled, in accordance with the regulations of the Office of the Registrar. Students who are not registered in a course are not entitled to have their work in the course graded.

Access to the registration and enrolment system
Adding and dropping courses is done online through the University’s registration and enrolment system. Access to your record, instructions on how to add and drop courses, and other enrolment information is available

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Steps to enrolment
Step 1: Before you are provided enrolment access you must complete
the six critical steps for success outlined on the Atkinson Web site for new students at: http:/www.atkinson.yorku.ca/OSAS/newstudent.html

8. You now have the detailed course schedule information for the course: • Term • Section • Type • Day – The term the course is being offered (i.e. F =fall, Y=full year, W=winter) – The specific course section you have chosen to enrol in (i.e. Section A) – The format the course will be taught (i.e. lecture, correspondence, internet, tutorial, lab) – Day(s) of the week the course is being offered (i.e. MW = Mondays and Wednesdays)

Step 2: Read the undergraduate enrolment guide provided on the York Web site:
http://calendars.registrar.yorku.ca/enrolmentguides/index.htm Students should review the information for the appropriate academic session (Fall/Winter 2008 or Summer 2009) and review the Atkinson Faculty of Liberal and Professional Studies students enrolment reminders.

• Start Time – The time of day the course begins • Duration • Location – The length of time (in minutes) the course will run – The building code and room number where the course will take place

Step 3: How to design your schedule
To select and schedule courses using the course timetable information, please follow the instructions below. Organize your enrolment materials. Select your fall/winter 2008-2009 courses according to your program requirements or interests. Note: Students admitted to the summer session will select Summer 2009 courses. 1. Go to York’s home page, www.yorku.ca, click on Current Students under Courses and Enrolment click on course timetables. 2. Under the heading “York Courses Information”, you may choose various methods to search for courses. As new students, until you are familiar with the enrolment system, we recommend you search for courses by clicking on Subject. 3. To search for current courses by subject you must select the session the course if offered. Click on session Fall/Winter 2008-2009. Note: Students admitted to Summer 2009, click on session Summer 2009. 4. To locate a specific course you wish to take, from the subject box, scroll until you locate the course you wish to take. Click on the subject you are looking for (i.e. Administrative Studies ADMS AK) 5. Click on Search Courses. 6. A list of courses as per your subject selection will be displayed. When you have located the course number you wish to take click on Course Description. Note: Most students require General Education courses. You may wish to begin your search by selecting two six credit general education courses at the 1000 level as required by your program of study, from the following: Humanities (AK HUMA), Social Science (AK SOSC), Natural Science (SC NATS), Mathematics (AK MATH) or Modes of Reasoning (AK MODR). Once you have selected your general education course(s) you should now select one or two courses for your major. 7. You now have the brief course description for the course you have selected. Check the course for prerequisites and course credit exclusions. To return to the course timetable, under course schedule click on Fall/Winter 2008-2009 Schedule. Note: Students admitted to Summer 2009, click on Summer 2009 schedule.

• Catalogue # – a six digit code (alpha/number) you will be required to use to enrol in the course. If there is more than one catalogue number, select the (AK) code. • Instructor – the Professor teaching the course

• Notes/Additional Fees – Some courses may have restrictions or additional fees that students need to be aware of. Pick two or three alternative sections or a different term (if applicable) of the course in case your first choice is full. Build your timetable. Make sure that it is conflict free. The registration and enrolment system will not warn you if there are scheduling conflicts. Map out your class schedule using the timetable worksheets. Please note: • Many courses have two or more components: a lecture and lab, tutorial or workshop. Make sure you schedule all components into your timetable. By selecting the catalogue number associated with the tutorial/lab, you will automatically be placed in the lecture as well. • Do not enrol in any courses for which you do not meet the prerequisites or restrictions as outlined in the appropriate calendar or departmental publication. If you do, you will be responsible for dropping those courses and you will remain liable for fees based on the time of withdrawal. You should remain in the course only if you have special written permission from the department to do so. Departments may check to determine who does not meet prerequisites/restrictions, but it is your responsibility to drop the course. • Do not enrol in any course you have previously completed or have received transfer credit including course credit exclusions. Students who enrol in a course for which they have previously been granted credit will lose the credit for the first course taken. Refer to the policy on repeating courses.

Step 4: Connect to Web registration and enrolment system
Click on Current Students. Under the heading Courses and Enrolment click on Add/Drop a course. Please note that it is unacceptable to use computer programs or scripts to gain access to the registration and enrolment system.

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Step 5: Complete your enrolment transactions
1. Login to Passport York, enter your username and password. If you are blocked at this point, refer to If you cannot access the registration and enrolment system under Enrolment Problems below. 2. Click on Academic Session a drop down menu will appear. You must click on the Fall/Winter 2008-2009 undergraduate Click on Continue. Note: For students admitted to Summer 2009 only, click on Summer 2009. You will be required to answer questions before you will be allowed to proceed. • You must confirm you have read and accept the Student Code of Conduct Agreement. Should you choose not to accept the agreement you will be restricted from proceeding. • You will be required to confirm the tuition fee rate currently on your York record and acknowledge the tuition fee contract. Your fee rate will be either domestic or international. You must agree and click on yes to continue. If you do not agree with the tuition fee rate, contact Student Client Services at 416 736 5440. 3. If more than one program of study appears, you must confirm your choice of degree program. If you get this message, read it carefully and make your choice. You must make a choice in order to continue. 4. You can now proceed to enrol. There are four enrolment procedures available to students. a) To enrol in a course; Click on add a course. Type the catalogue number in the add course field. Click on the add course button. The catalogue number, course and title will be displayed. If this is the course you want to add click on yes. If you are unable to add the course you will get an explanation. b) You can drop a course. Dropping a course may have a financial impact. Check the refund table. Click on drop a course. Highlight the course you want to drop. Click on drop course button. The course and title will be displayed. If this is the course you want to drop click on yes. If you are unable to drop the course you will get an explanation. c) If you are enrolled in a course and you wish to transfer from one section/tutorial/ lab to another, in the same course/same term. Click on transfer course. Type the catalogue number section, lab or tutorial that you want to transfer into. Click on the transfer course button. The catalogue number, course and title will be displayed. If this is the transfer you want click on yes. If you cannot make the transfer you will get an explanation. d) To drop one course and add a different course, you can use the exchange a course button. If you are not able to get into the second course successfully, e.g. it is full, you will still remain enrolled in the first course. If you are successful, the first course will be dropped. Exchanging a course may have financial implications. Check the refund table. Click on exchange course. Type the catalogue number of the course you want to add. Highlight the course you want to drop. Click on the exchange course button. The catalogue number, course and title of both the course you are adding and the course you are dropping will be displayed. To make the exchange click on yes. If you are not able to make the exchange you will get an explanation.

Step 6: Verify your course enrolments
To verify your course enrolments and dates, time and location of classes click on Course Details. When you are finished, always log out.

Step 7: Plot your timetable
After you have logged out, click on Current Students, click on Courses and Enrolment, under Enrol in Classes, click on Plot my Class Schedule, Log in, click on continue to Student Schedule timetable, choose the applicable academic session – Fall/Winter 2008 or Summer 2009 Undergraduate print version of the timetable for your use.

Step 8: Pay your fees to secure your registration
You must pay your $450 enrolment deposit within five business days of enrolling and clear any outstanding balance on your account before you will be considered officially registered in your courses. (Refer to registration and financial Information.)

Enrolment problems
If you cannot access the registration and enrolment system
You may be blocked from enrolling because: • you may be logging in incorrectly or you may have used the wrong username and password; • you are logging on before your enrolment access begins; • you are not academically eligible to enrol for the session based on your most recent grade report decision; • you have outstanding debts of $75 or more to the University; • the registration and enrolment system is temporarily unavailable; • it is determined that you have used a computer program or script to access the registration and enrolment system; or • you have tried to add, exchange or transfer the same course or section, more than 100 times in a 24 hour period. To resolve any questions, please contact Student Client Services at 416 736 5440. If the problem involves a Passport York username or password, please contact the Computing Commons Counter. Their contact information is Computing Commons, William Small Centre; E-mail: accounts@yorku.ca or tel: 416 736 5800.

If a course you requested is full
If a specific lab or tutorial of a course you requested is full, the registration and enrolment system will inform you of other labs/tutorials that have space available. When a course is full, it is full. Class size might be limited for teaching or learning reasons or simply because of space limitations. Space is not available until someone either officially drops the course, or does not pay their fees by the appropriate deadline and is de-enrolled from the course by the University. Be sure to periodically check the York Courses Web site for changes that may be made to courses (e.g. day, time, room etc.). Go to the Current Students Web site, click on Courses and Enrolment and then Search Course Timetables. Please note: these alternative choices may not be offered at the same time as your original request. Check the York Courses Web site. Since enrolment access continues for several months, you may want to keep trying to enrol in the course. Students may switch to other courses, making space in the course you want to take.

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Please remember: Staying in one course, and waiting to switch into a different course once space becomes available, is not a good idea. Not only are you tying up a space that another student might want, but you are also responsible for fees for that first course until you drop it (refer to the Refund Table).

Tuition refunds after withdrawal
Refunds for withdrawal will be based on the University Refund Table, which is available on the Web site: www.yorku.ca/osfs Note: Students may not withdraw from any course(s) in which a charge of academic dishonesty is being considered against them or in which they have been found guilty of academic dishonesty. Students who are found innocent of a charge of academic dishonesty may continue in the course and may request that someone other than the instructor grade their work. Alternatively, students who are found innocent of a charge of academic dishonesty, may withdraw from the course(s) in question without academic penalty by informing the Faculty Dean’s Office in writing.

If a course you requested is reserved
In order to ensure fair enrolment, all schools/departments have the option of reserving some or even all of the seats in their courses for certain categories of students on the basis of their home Faculty, year level, major or program. For example, in AK/SOSC 3010 6.00, space might be reserved for Atkinson social science majors only. Therefore, all students other than Atkinson students majoring in social science would be denied access to this course during the initial enrolment period. This practice allows the school/department to ensure that they have seats for students who must enrol in their courses in order to graduate. Schools/Departments may decide to open spaces to other categories of students approximately two weeks prior to the start of classes for the term.

REGISTRATION AND FINANCIAL INFORMATION
York U Card
The YU-card is York University’s new official photo ID card. While you are a student at York, the YU-card will be your key to important campus services such as the Library and the meal plan. The YU-card can also be used as photo ID on campus for exams and for OSAP pick-up. A full list of services and locations that accept the YU-card is available on the YU-card Web site. To avoid line-ups in September, you should obtain your YU-card while you are on campus during the summer, following your advising appointment. You can obtain your YU-card by visiting the YU-card Office, located in 200 William Small Centre. You must provide one piece of valid photo identification to obtain a YU-card. Your first YU-card will be provided at no charge. Replacement cards are subject to a $20 replacement fee. More information about the YU-card, including the YU-card Office’s hours of operation, is available on the YU-card Web site at: www.yorku.ca/yucard

If a course you requested is restricted
Some schools/departments require students to obtain permission from a course director, adviser or other schools/departmental representative before they can enrol in specific courses. If you are interested in enrolling in one of these restricted courses, you must contact the schools/department offering the course for permission before your enrolment access begins. You will not be able to enrol in the course unless you have obtained permission. Only the school/department can issue permissions for enrolment in restricted courses.

Registration and enrolment system help
If you have questions about registration and enrolment, please call 416 736 5440.

If you wish to withdraw from the session
If you drop all of your courses and do not replace them with others, you will be considered officially withdrawn from the University for the fall/winter session. You are not considered withdrawn until you have dropped your course(s) using the registration and enrolment system. Not attending classes does not constitute official withdrawal for either academic or financial purposes.

Enrolment deposit and payments
Important steps
1. Pay your $450 enrolment deposit within five business days of enrolling in your first fall/winter course and clear any outstanding balance on your account from previous terms. (You need to pay an enrolment deposit only once at the beginning of each academic session. If you add additional courses later, the $450 you have already paid will be a sufficient deposit, provided it has not been refunded to you for any reason.) Note: Summer session has different deadlines than listed below. Please refer to the Web site: http://www.registrar.yorku.ca/importantdates/index.htm 2. You will not receive an invoice or a pay-at-the-bank stub for your enrolment deposit. Refer to the How to Pay section for details on how to pay your enrolment deposit or other charges to your student account. 3. After you have paid your enrolment deposit and cleared any outstanding balance on your account, the University officially registers you for the fall/winter session. The balance of your fees for courses beginning in the fall is then due by September 10th or as posted to your student account online at: www.yorku.ca/osfs/. Fees for winter courses are not due until January 10th although you may pay them in advance if you wish.

Withdrawal
Withdrawal from a session
You are considered officially withdrawn from the academic term or session and from the University after you drop your last course via the registration and enrolment system. Your official student record at the University is then annotated to indicate that you have formally discontinued your studies in a given program and academic term or session. Discontinuation of studies/non-attendance at courses does not constitute official withdrawal for purposes of regulations and fee adjustments. Ignorance of the regulations or proof of other activity does not constitute grounds for retroactive withdrawal. In the case of withdrawal, the Office of Student Financial Services will use the date of notification or the date you dropped your courses to compute the amount of fees owing or to be refunded.

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4. Payments take two to four business days to be transferred from your bank to York. Please plan accordingly, to avoid late charges or de-enrolment. 5. If you do not pay your enrolment deposit, (or are not entitled to an academic fee waiver), the University will de-enrol you from your courses. Spaces in these courses will then be made available to other students. (You can check the registration and enrolment system to determine if you have been de-enrolled.) 6. If you have been de-enrolled, you may attempt to re-enrol in your courses through the registration and enrolment system. However, there is no guarantee that space will still be available in any or all of your courses. If the last date to add without permission has passed, then you will have to contact the professor and the department offering the course for permission to enrol. 7. Students who cannot pay the full amount due by the September 10th due date are expected to make regular payments to reduce their outstanding balance. 8. If you do not clear your amount due by November 1, 2008, you may be blocked from receiving any further services for the session, such as adding courses, receiving grades and transcripts etc. The block will not be lifted until fees and other charges are paid. In addition, you could be de-registered.

The importance of maintaining good financial standing
University Senate policy stipulates that enrolment, graduation privileges, academic services, transcript requests etc., be withheld from any student until all financial liabilities are settled. It is your responsibility to arrange to cover the cost of your education and to meet the University’s payment deadlines. Students who cannot pay the full amount of their fees by the due date are expected to make regular monthly payments to reduce their outstanding balance as quickly as possible. Students having difficulty meeting their financial obligations should contact Student Client Services in the Bennett Centre for Student Services as quickly as possible.

Your financial life at York
To assist you with your financial planning we have an information package available to you on the Web site: www.yorku.ca/osfs/planning.shtml

FEES
Academic fees are charged on either a per-course basis or a program basis for both undergraduate and graduate students, depending on the Faculty/program in which you enrol. Additional fees may include health plans, associated course fees and supplementary fees. Other charges may be posted to your student account. Further information may be found on the Web site: www.yorku.ca/osfs/Safeesnonacad.shtml Late Fees: Information on how to avoid extra charges is available on the Web site: www.yorku.ca/osfs/SAfessextra.shtml Fees for the fall/winter 2008-2009 and summer 2009 sessions can be viewed on the Web site: www.yorku.ca/osfs/fees/

International student tuition and enrolment deposits
Enrolment deposits
New Students: Students who have been newly accepted to York will be required to make an enrolment deposit of $450 (Canadian). This deposit will hold your place in courses and confirm your intention to attend York University. International students who are new to York should try to pay the enrolment deposit within 15 days of enrolling in courses.

Prepaying tuition
If you are required to prepay tuition in order to satisfy Canadian immigration requirements, follow the directions posted on the Web site at: www.yorku.ca/osfs/intldeposit.shtml. If you need to send money to York by wire transfer from your home country, you can contact the banking officer at Student Financial Services by E-mail: wiretran@yorku.ca.

Fee status
Fees are charged at either the domestic or international rate, depending on your fee status. The domestic rate applies to Canadian citizens, permanent residence and certain exempted international students; most international students will be charged at the international rate. If you are an international student and at some point become a landed immigrant or a Canadian citizen, you will need to advise York of your status change. For full details on eligibility for domestic status, time frames and processes for changing your status, refer to the Undergraduate calendar section on Academic Tuition Fee Categories.

To pay tuition fees before arrival at York University
Send a certified cheque, bank draft (this is preferable) or money order in Canadian funds and drawn on a Canadian bank, made payable to York University. We strongly suggest you send the payment via courier to ensure delivery and avoid mail delays. If you request a letter (proof of payment) to be sent to a sponsoring agency or to the Canadian Embassy, Consulate or High Commission, the letter will be sent to your address. To protect the confidentially of your information, we can only send such information to students, and not to any other person or agency. Please add a courier fee of $100 to the payment you are making. This will allow us to send you the notification of payment by courier; if the cost to York is less than $100, the balance will be credited to your student account. It will take two to four weeks for the University to process your payment and to issue the notification of payment letter or receipt.

View your account online
Your student account information is in a password protected, secure site. Using the view transactions feature, you can view your monthly student account statement. Your statement is a snapshot of the transactions on your account from about the 18th of one month to the 18th of the following month. On your statement you can see your total account balance, and the minimum payment due each month to the University.

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Your student account is posted to the Web about the 18th of each month, with payment due on the 10th of the following month. Statements are not mailed. Further information is available on the Web site: www.yorku.ca./osfs/SAyouracct.shtml

Payments in person
Cash or credit card payments are not accepted for payment on your student account. We accept debit card payments in person at Student Client Services; however, you may experience lengthy waits in line when paying this way. You may place a cheque or money order into a drop box inside the northwest entrance of the Student Services Centre. The building is open 24 hours a day. Print your name and student number clearly on the cheque/money order. Student Financial Services does not mail receipts. Your cancelled cheque, bank receipt/stamp etc. serves as your proof of payment or you can check your student account online to view recent transactions. Allow a few days for your payment to be applied to your account. Further information about other methods of payment may be found on the Web site: www.yorku.ca/osfs/stac_alternatepaymentmethods.shtml

Refunds
You are eligible for a refund if there is a credit balance on your student account after all fees and charges have been cleared. For example: • You may be eligible for a refund if you dropped a course (or courses) before the drop deadline and there were no other charges outstanding on you account. • You may also be entitled to a refund if you are a scholarship or bursary recipient and your award exceeds the amount of your fees and other charges to your account. Refund checks are routinely mailed by Student Financial Services in November, March, and July. If you have a credit on your account a cheque will be mailed to your current mailing address. All other times of the year you can request a refund by E-mail: refunds@yorku.ca.

Financial petitions
Students who have experienced difficult personal circumstances that lead you to drop your courses after the refund deadline, you may petition to request a credit/refund of your course fees. Situations which may be considered valid grounds for petition are the death of an immediate family member or serious, documented medical problems. Simply not attending classes or failing to drop unwanted courses are not sufficient grounds for a financial petition.

How to pay
Canadian residents
Pay by telephone or internet Pay your enrolment deposit, residence deposit or your student account statement through telephone or Internet banking by following these easy steps: • Contact your financial institution in order to set up your bank accounts(s) for telephone or Web banking. • The bank’s system will tell you how to add York to your list of payees and to make a payment • Use your York student number as the account number to pay your bill. • The bank’s system will give you a confirmation number for your records. • It takes about 4 business days for your payment to be transferred to your York student account. • As long as you pay by Web or phone by the due date your payment will be accepted as on time (we always allow a few extra days after any due date so that your payments can get to York from the bank in time and you won’t be penalized)

How to submit a financial petition
Prior to petitioning, you must ensure that you have dropped the course(s) for which you are requesting a credit/refund through the registration and enrolment system. Students are responsible for all of the financial ramifications of adding and dropping courses. Financial petitions are granted in special cases only, at the discretion of the University. In order to petition, you must submit a petition package consisting of a letter explain your exceptional circumstances, provide supporting documentation and a Financial Petition Form. A financial petition form is available on the Web site: www.yorku.ca/osfs/. Your package should be submitted to: The Financial Petitions Committee Student Financial Services Bennett Centre for Student Services

International Students
Web site: www.yorku.ca/osfs/intlpay.shtml To ensure easy payment of your student account: 1. Open a Canadian bank account Payments to your York student account must be made in Canadian funds. It is important for international students to open a Canadian bank account as soon as possible after arriving in Canada. 2. Pay by telephone or Web banking This is the easiest and quickest way to ensure that your student account is paid on time, without waiting in line-ups.

Income tax forms
Relevant tax forms, i.e. Tuition and Education Credit Certificates (T2202A’s) and T4A’s, are available on the Web by February 28 each year. Students (both current students and those already graduated) must print their own copies of T2202A’s from the Web site: www.yorku.ca/osfs/taxforms/. You will need your Passport York ID to log into this password protected site. If parents or accountants require copies of these forms, it is the student’s responsibility to print them from the Web, as outlined above.

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Section 4
BAS Programs of Study

ATKINSON Faculty of Liberal & Professional Studies

BACHELOR OF ADMINISTRATIVE STUDIES

ACADEMIC STANDING
Bachelor of Administrative Studies: 90 credit degree
Entry/re-entry into the BAS program: All students are required to have completed two high school 12U mathematics courses, one of which must be Advanced Functions or equivalent prior to entry/re-entry. Students with less than 90 credits completed require a minimum cumulative grade point average of 5.0 to enter the program. At the point of completing 90 credits, students who have not attained the minimum cumulative and major grade point average of 5.0 will be ineligible to enter/re-enter the program. No extra courses may be taken in a subsequent session in an effort to raise the grade point average to enter the BAS program. Note: All students who enter/re-enter the BAS program must follow the requirements of the program in place at the time of entry/re-entry. Some programs may have limited entry. Atkinson students may submit a change of degree request to enter/reenter the program to the Office of Student and Academic Services. Faculty transfers: Students from other Faculties may submit a Faculty transfer request to enter the BAS program to Student Client Services. Continuing BAS Students: Students who have completed less than 90 credits and maintain a minimum cumulative grade point average of at least 5.0 may proceed in good standing in the 90 credit or BAS Honours degree. BAS students who upon completion of 90 credits have a minimum cumulative and major grade point average of 5.0 may apply to graduate or have the option to proceed in Honours. Graduating with a BAS degree: Students must pass at least 90 credits that meet Faculty’s degree and program requirements, with a cumulative and major grade point average of at least 5.0. Failure to maintain academic standing: Advising recommended. Please refer to section 2 on academic penalties. Students who have completed at least 24 York credits with a cumulative grade point average below 2.5 will be required to withdraw for 12 months and are ineligible to proceed in the program. BAS students who have completed less than 90 credits whose cumulative grade point average is below 5.0, will be placed on program warning and may continue in the 90 credit BAS degree only. BAS students who have completed at least 90 credits or greater with a cumulative and/or major grade point average below 5.0 will be ineligible to proceed or graduate. No extra courses may be taken in a subsequent session in an effort to raise the grade point average for the program. Students may petition for an Honours waiver or to be allowed additional credits to graduate with the bachelor degree. The additional credits must be taken at York University.

At the point of completing 90 credits, students who have not attained the minimum cumulative and major grade point average of 5.0 will be ineligible to enter/re-enter the program. No extra courses may be taken in a subsequent session in an effort to raise the grade point average to enter the BAS program. Note: All students who enter/re-enter the BAS program must follow the requirements of the program in place at the time of entry/re-entry. Some programs may have limited entry. Atkinson students may submit a change of degree request to enter/reenter the program to the Office of Student and Academic Services. Faculty transfers: Students from other Faculties may submit a Faculty transfer request to enter the BAS program to Student Client Services. Continuing BAS Honours students: Students who have completed less than 90 credits and maintain a cumulative grade point average of at least 5.0 may proceed in good standing in the Honours BAS degree. Students who have completed 90 credits with a cumulative and major average of 5.0 may proceed in Honours. BAS Honours students who completed 120 credits or greater who have a minimum cumulative grade point average of 5.0 and a major grade point average of 5.5 may continue in Honours if requirements are not met or apply to graduate. Graduating with a BAS Honours degree: Students must pass at least 120 credits which meet the Faculty’s degree and program requirements with a minimum cumulative grade point average of 5.0 and a major grade point average of 5.5. Option to graduate with a bachelor degree: Students registered in the BAS Honours degree may opt to graduate with a bachelor degree if they fulfil degree and program requirements. Students who wish to take advantage of this option should complete an application to graduate available from Student Client Services. Failure to maintain academic standing: Advising recommended. Please refer to section 2 on academic penalties. Students who have completed at least 24 York credits with a cumulative grade point average below 2.5 will be required to withdraw for 12 months and are ineligible to proceed in the program. BAS Honours students who have completed less than 90 credits, whose cumulative grade point average is below 5.0, will be placed on program warning and may continue in the 90 credit BAS degree only. BAS Honours students who have completed at least 90 credits with a cumulative and/or major grade point average below 5.0 will be ineligible to proceed in the program. No extra courses may be taken in a subsequent session in an effort to raise the grade point average for the program. Students may petition for an Honours waiver or to be allowed additional credits to graduate with the bachelor degree. The additional credits must be taken at York University. BAS Honours students who have completed 120 credits or greater with a minimum cumulative grade point average of 5.0 and a major grade point average of at least 5.0 but below 5.5 are ineligible for Honours and may apply to graduate with the 90 credit BAS degree. BAS Honours students who have completed 120 credits or greater with a cumulative grade point average below 5.0 and/or a major grade point average below 5.5 will be ineligible to proceed or graduate.

Bachelor of Administrative Studies Honours: 120 credit degree
Entry/re-entry: All students are required to have completed two high school 12U mathematics courses, one of which must be Advanced Functions or equivalent prior to entry/re-entry. Students with less than 90 credits completed require a minimum cumulative grade point average of 5.0 to enter the program.

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BACHELOR OF ADMINISTRATIVE STUDIES

ADMINISTRATIVE STUDIES
School of Administrative Studies
Room 282, Atkinson Building Tel: 416 736 5210 E-mail: aksas@yorku.ca

Degree and program requirements
Students prior to entry/re-entery are required to have completed two high school Grade 12U mathematics courses, one of which must be Advanced Functions or the equivalent. • ADMS 1000 3.00 must be successfully completed prior to taking a course for which it is a prerequisite. For all other ADMS courses, ADMS 1000 3.00 may be taken concurrently (corequisite) with the first ADMS course(s) taken. • For students with a prior degree in business related programs, AK/ADMS 1000 3.00 is waived for program requirements and as a prerequisite for administrative studies courses. Students must replace the course with three credits in administrative studies. The following notes apply to the BAS (bachelor) and BAS (Honours) programs. Note 1: These courses will not count toward fulfilment of the requirement of 18 credits outside the major. AK/PHIL 3560 3.00 business ethics AK/PHIL 3570 3.00 ethics of administration HH/PSYC 3570 3.00 organizational psychology (formerly AK/PSYC 3230 3.00) Note 2: 4000-level courses are open only to students in the Honours program who have completed a minimum of 78 credits, except for certain courses included within certificates where there is a C+ grade requirement on prerequisite courses. Any student may take these courses provided requirements are met. Note 3: Students are recommended to consider, when choosing their 18 required credits outside the major, the following courses in related disciplines through the School of Social Sciences or School of Public Policy and Administration: AK/AS/POLS 2910 6.00//AK/PPAS 2910 6.00, AK/POLS 3410 6.00//AK/PPAS 3410 6.00, AK/POLS 4100 6.00. Note 4: Atkinson courses are recognized towards certification in a number of professional programs. Note 5: Students of professional associations should note that Atkinson Faculty degree requirements must be followed. Those who wish to combine a degree and professional designation or otherwise take courses at Atkinson, in accordance with Atkinson Faculty requirements, are advised to obtain full details from the organizations involved which include: Appraisal Institute of Canada (Ontario) Canadian College of Health Service Executives Canadian Institute of Marketing Canadian Institute of Traffic and Transportation Credit Union Institute of Canada Financial Planners Standards Council Human Resources Professionals Associations of Ontario Institute of Canadian Bankers Institute of Materials Management Societies

Institute of Municipal Assessors of Ontario Ontario Association of Certified Engineering Technicians and Technologists Purchasing Management Association of Canada Real Estate Institute of Canada (Toronto Chapter) Supply Chain & Logistics Canada (SCL) The Canadian Institute of Certified Administrative Managers The Certified General Accountants Association of Ontario The Institute of Chartered Accountants of Ontario The Institute of Chartered Secretaries and Administrators in Canada The Insurance Institute of Ontario The Society of Management Accountants

BAS: ADMINISTRATIVE STUDIES
90 credits including: General education requirements 18 credits chosen from the following: Six Six Six Six credits credits credits credits 1000 1000 1000 1000 level level level level AK humanities AK social science SC natural science AK modes of reasoning

Note: Modes of Reasoning is recommended. Atkinson general education rules apply. Please refer to the calendar for details. Major – 54 credits including: i) Required core courses: 42 credits including: AK/ADMS 1000 3.00 AK/ADMS 1010 3.00 AK/ADMS 2200 3.00 AK/ADMS 2320 3.00 AK/ADMS 2400 3.00 AK/ADMS 2500 3.00 AK/ADMS 2510 3.00 AK/ADMS 2511 3.00 AK/ADMS 2600 3.00 AK/ADMS 2610 3.00 AK/ADMS 3330 3.00 AK/ADMS 3530 3.00 AK/ADMS 3900 3.00 or AK/ADMS 3920 3.00 Three additional credits ADMS. ii) Twelve additional ADMS credits at the 3000 level or above. At least 18 credits in the major must be at the 3000 level or above. Required credits outside the major: 18 credits including: AK/ECON 1000 3.00; AK ECON 1010 3.00 Upper level requirement: The 90 credits above must include at least 18 credits in the major at the 3000 level or above. Residency requirement: At least 30 credits not used toward another academic program are to be taken at York University. Half the major credits must be taken through Atkinson. Graduating with the BAS degree: Students must pass at least 90 credits that meet Atkinson degree and program requirements. The cumulative grade point average for all courses must be at least 5.0 and the major grade point average at least 5.0.

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BACHELOR OF ADMINISTRATIVE STUDIES
BAS SPECIALIZED HONOURS: ADMINISTRATIVE STUDIES
There are at present seven streams in the BAS (Specialized Honours) program. The prerequisites and requirements appear below. 120 credits including: General education requirements 18 credits chosen from the following: Six Six Six Six credits credits credits credits 1000 1000 1000 1000 level level level level AK humanities AK social science SC natural science AK modes of reasoning Three additional credits ADMS at the 3000 level or above AK/ADMS 4515 3.00* or AK/ADMS 4551 3.00** AK/ADMS 4562 3.00 AK/ADMS 4590 3.00 AK/ADMS 4510 3.00 or AK/ADMS 4520 3.00 or AK/ADMS 4530 3.00 Six credits at the 4000 level in administrative studies to be selected from: AK/ADMS AK/ADMS AK/ADMS AK/ADMS AK/ADMS AK/ADMS AK/ADMS AK/ADMS AK/ADMS AK/ADMS 4510 4520 4530 4540 4552 4553 4560 4561 4563 4570 3.00 3.00 3.00 3.00 3.00 3.00 3.00 3.00 3.00 3.00

Note: Modes of Reasoning is recommended. Atkinson general education rules apply. Please refer to the calendar for details. Major – 78 credits including: i) Required Honours standard core courses: 45 credits including: AK/ADMS 1000 3.00 AK/ADMS 1010 3.00 AK/ADMS 2200 3.00 AK/ADMS 2320 3.00 AK/ADMS 2400 3.00 AK/ADMS 2500 3.00 AK/ADMS 2510 3.00 AK/ADMS 2511 3.00 AK/ADMS 2600 3.00 AK/ADMS 2610 3.00 AK/ADMS 3330 3.00 AK/ADMS 3530 3.00* AK/ADMS 3660 3.00 AK/ADMS 4900 3.00 Three additional credits ADMS * Students in the Human Resources stream may substitute any 3000 level or above ADMS course in place of AK/ADMS 3530 3.00. Students who wish to meet the requirement of CHRP certification should take AK/ADMS 3430 3.00. ii) 33 additional credits at the 3000 level or above as specified in the requirements for one of the seven streams as described below. At least 18 credits in the major must be at the 4000 level. Required credits outside the major: 18 credits including: AK/ECON 1000 3.00; AK ECON 1010 3.00 Upper level requirement: The 120 credits above must include at least 36 credits at the 3000 level or above, including at least 18 credits at the 4000 level in the major. Residency requirement: At least 30 credits not used toward another academic program are to be taken at York University. Half the major credits must be taken through Atkinson. Graduating with the BAS Honours degree: Students must pass at least 120 credits that meet Atkinson degree and program requirements. The cumulative grade point average for all courses must be at least 5.0 and the major grade point average at least 5.5.

* or previously offered AK/ADMS 3515 3.00. ** or the previously offered AK/ADMS 3516 3.00, AK/ADMS 4550 6.00 or AK/ADMS 4556 3.00. Note: At least 18 credits in the major must be taken at the 4000 level.

Business research stream
ii) The required Honours standard core 45 credits ii) 33 additional credits as follows: AK/ADMS 3300 3.00 AK/ADMS 3352 3.00 AK/ADMS 4250 3.00 AK/ADMS 4260 3.00 AK/ADMS 4265 3.00 AK/ADMS 4300 3.00 AK/ADMS 4370 3.00 Twelve credits at the 3000 level or above in administrative studies. Note: At least 18 credits in the major must be taken at the 4000 level.

Finance stream
ii) The required Honours standard core 45 credits ii) 33 additional credits as follows: AK/ADMS 3531 3.00 AK/ADMS 3541 3.00 One of AK/ADMS 4501 3.00 or AK/ADMS 4540 3.00 At least 12 credits chosen from the following: AK/ADMS 4501 3.00 AK/ADMS 4502 3.00 AK/ADMS 4503 3.00 AK/ADMS 4504 3.00 AK/ADMS 4505 3.00 AK/ADMS 4506 3.00 AK/ADMS 4535 3.00 AK/ADMS 4536 3.00 AK/ADMS 4540 3.00 AK/ADMS 4541 3.00 AK/ADMS 4542 3.00 Twelve credits at the 3000 level or above in administrative studies. Note: At least 18 credits in the major must be taken at the 4000 level.

Accounting stream
ii) The required Honours standard core 45 credits ii) 33 additional credits as follows: AK/ADMS AK/ADMS AK/ADMS AK/ADMS 3510 3520 3585 3595 3.00 3.00 3.00 3.00

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Human resources management stream
ii) The required Honours standard core 45 credits ii) 33 additional credits as follows: AK/ADMS AK/ADMS AK/ADMS AK/ADMS AK/ADMS AK/ADMS 3400 3410 3422 3470 3490 4460 3.00 3.00 3.00 3.00 3.00 3.00

Management Science Stream
i) The required Honours standard core 45 credits ii) 33 additional credits as follows: AK/ADMS 3300 3.00 AK/ADMS 3331 3.00 AK/ADMS 3351 3.00 18 additional credits selected from: ADMS 3345 3.00; ADMS 3350 3.00; ADMS 3352 3.00; ADMS 3353 3.00; ADMS 3360 3.00; ADMS 4300 3.00; ADMS 4331 3.00; ADMS 4333 3.00; ADMS 4340 3.00; ADMS 4353 3.00; ADMS 4360 3.00; ADMS 4370 3.00 An additional six credits ADMS at the 4000 level. This may include 4000 level courses not previously taken from the list above. Note: At least 18 credits in the major must be taken at the 4000 level.

15 credits at the 4000 level in administrative studies chosen from: AK/ADMS 4010 3.00 AK/ADMS 4050 3.00 AK/ADMS 4370 3.00 AK/ADMS 4410 3.00 AK/ADMS 4420 3.00 AK/ADMS 4430 3.00 AK/ADMS 4440 3.00 AK/ADMS 4470 3.00 AK/ADMS 4480 3.00 AK/ADMS 4481 3.00 AK/ADMS 4485 3.00 AK/ADMS 4490 3.00 AK/ADMS 4495 3.00 AK/ADMS 4910 3.00 Note 1: At least 18 credits in the major must be taken at the 4000 level. Note 2: Courses outside the major that may be of interest to Human Resources Management students are: AK/ECON 3590 3.00; AK/ECON 3600 3.00; AK/ECON 3620 3.00; AK/ECON 3790 3.00; AK/ITEC 1010 3.00; HH/NURS 3770 3.00; AK/PHIL 3020 3.00; AK/POLS 3740 6.00//AK/SOCI 3745 6.00; HH/PSYC 2120 3.00; HH/PSYC 2130 3.00; HH//PSYC 2210 3.00; HH/PSYC 2230 3.00; HH/PSYC 3410 3.00; HH/PSYC 3420 3.00; HH/PSYC 3540 3.00; AK/SOCI 3310 6.00; AK/SOCI 3480 6.00; AK/SOCI 3680 3.00//AK/POLS 3680 3.00//AK SOSC 3680 3.00; AK/SOSC 2410 6.00; AK/SOSC 3350 3.00; AK/SOSC 3380 3.00//AS/SOSC 3130 3.00//AK/AS/GL/WMST 3510 3.00//AK/AS/GL/WMST 3610 3.00; AK/SOSC 3410 6.00//AK/SOCI 3410 6.00. Note 3: Under the certification process, HRPAO requires an average of 70 per cent with the lowest acceptable grade in any required course of 65 per cent.

Marketing stream
ii) The required Honours standard core 45 credits ii) 33 additional credits as follows: AK/ADMS AK/ADMS AK/ADMS AK/ADMS 3220 4220 4250 4260 3.00 3.00 3.00 3.00

15 additional credits in marketing to be chosen from any AK/ADMS marketing course (starting with the numbers 32 or 42) Six additional credits from any 4000 level administrative studies courses. Note: At least 18 credits in the major must be taken at the 4000 level.

BAS SPECIALIZED HONOURS: INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY

Degree and program requirements
Students should refer to the Courses of Instruction section for information technology course prerequisites. Students prior to entry are required to have completed one 12U mathematics course or the equivalent within the last five years. 120 credits including: General education requirements 18 credits chosen from the following: Six Six Six Six credits credits credits credits 1000 1000 1000 1000 level level level level AK humanities AK social science SC natural science AK modes of reasoning

Management stream
i) The required Honours standard core 45 credits ii) 33 additional credits as follows: AK/ADMS 3930 3.00 AK/ADMS 4010 3.00 AK/ADMS 4910 3.00 Six credits selected from: AK/ADMS 3300 3.00; AK/ADMS 3960 3.00; AK/ADMS 4495 3.00; AK/ADMS 4940 3.00 Eighteen additional credits selected from AK/ADMS 3000 and 4000 level courses. Note: At least 18 credits in the major must be taken at the 4000 level.

Note: Modes of Reasoning is recommended. Atkinson general rules apply. Please refer to the calendar for details. Major – 75 credits including: i) Core: 60 credits including: 48 credits as follows: AK/ADMS 1000 3.00 AK/ITEC 1000 3.00 AK/ITEC 1010 3.00 AK/AS/SC/MATH 1190 3.00 AK/ITEC 1620 3.00 or AK/AS/SC/CSE 1020 3.00 AK/ITEC 1630 3.00 AK/ITEC 2010 3.00 AK/ADMS 2200 3.00

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AK/ADMS 2500 3.00 AK/ADMS 2510 3.00 AK/ADMS 2511 3.00 AK/ITEC 3210 3.00 AK/ITEC 3220 3.00 or AK/AS/SC/CSE 3421 3.00 AK/ITEC 4010 3.00 AK/ITEC 4030 3.00 AK/ITEC 4040 3.00 six credits as follows: AK/ADMS 2320 3.00 and AK/ADMS 3330 3.00 or AK/AS/SC/MATH 2320 3.00 and AK/AS/SC/MATH 2565 3.00 or AK/ECON 3470 3.00 and AK/ECON 3480 3.00 Six additional credits in ITEC or ADMS ii) Stream: an additional 15 credits from one of the following streams: Information technology auditing and assurance stream AK/ITEC 3500 3.00 AK/ADMS 3521 3.00 AK/ADMS 4515 3.00 AK/ADMS 4517 3.00 AK/ADMS 4518 3.00 E-Commerce development stream AK/ITEC AK/ITEC AK/ITEC AK/ITEC 3020 3230 4020 4220 3.00 3.00 3.00 3.00 AK/ADMS 3521 3.00 AK/ADMS 4511 3.00 AK/ADMS 4900 3.00 AK/ITEC 4101 3.00 Required credits outside ADMS and ITEC: 18 credits including: AK/ECON 1000 3.00 and AK/ECON 1010 3.00 Upper level requirement: The 120 credits above must include at least 36 credits at the 3000 level or above, including at least 18 credits at the 4000 level in the major. Residency requirement: At least 30 credits not used toward another academic program are to be taken at York University. Half the major credits must be taken through Atkinson. Graduating with a BAS Honours degree: Students must pass at least 120 credits that meet Atkinson degree and program requirements. The cumulative and major grade point average for all courses must be at least 5.0 and the major grade point average 5.5. Course Substitutes Subject to course exclusions, program requirements/restrictions, and residence requirements, the following courses are acceptable substitutes for the purpose of meeting BAS program requirements. Program Course AK/ADMS 1010 3.00 AK/ADMS 2600 3.00 AK/ADMS 2610 3.00 AK/ADMS 3530 3.00 AK/ADMS 3620 3.00 AK/ADMS 4540 3.00 Course Substitutes AK/ADMS 2420 3.00, AK/ADMS 2410 3.00 AK/ADMS 3480 3.00 AS/ECON 4500 3.00 AK/ECON 4082 3.00, AS/ECON 4400 3.00 AS/ECON 4510 3.00 AS/ECON 4410 3.00

Plus an additional three credits from: AK/ITEC 4000 3.00 AK/ITEC 4100 3.00 AK/ITEC 4101 3.00 AK/ITEC 4305 3.00 Business systems analysis stream AK/ADMS 3502 3.00

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Program Notes for BAS ITEC courses: The following chart refers only to courses completed prior to entry to the BAS program. BAS ITEC Program course AK/ITEC 1620 3.00 AK/ITEC 2620 3.00 AK/ITEC 3220 3.00 AK/ITEC 3230 3.00 AK/ITEC 1000 3.00 BAS ITEC program course substitutes if completed prior to entering the program AK/AS/SC CSE 1020 3.00 AK/AS/SC CSE 1030 3.00 AK/AS/SC CSE 3421 3.00 AK/AS/SC CSE 3461 3.00 Students who have successfully completed CSE courses prior to entering the program may replace ITEC 1000 3.00 with any CSE course that has of already been used towards the fulfillment of another requirement. Should no course remain, students may replace ITEC 1000 3.00 with any ITEC course not specifically required for completion of the major core. AK/AS/SC MATH 1550 6.00 completed prior to entering the program AK/AS/SC MATH 2560 3.00, AK/AS/SC MATH 2570 3.00, AK/AS/SC MATH 1131 3.00 completed prior to entering the program

AK/AS/SC/MATH 2320 3.00 and AK/AS/SC MATH 2565 3.00 AK/AS/SC MATH 2565 3.00

Program notes for BAS: The following chart refers only to courses completed prior to entry to the BAS program. BAS Program course AK/ADMS 1000 3.00 AK/ADMS 1010 3.00 AK/ADMS 2200 3.00 AK/ADMS 2400 3.00 AK/ADMS 2500 3.00 and three credits unspecified at the 2000 level AK/ADMS 2510 3.00 AK/ADMS 2600 3.00 AK/ADMS 2610 3.00 AK/ADMS 3440 3.00 AK/ADMS 3510 3.00 AK/ADMS 3520 3.00 AKADMS 3530 3.00 (will count for 2000 level only) AK/ADMS 3541 3.00 AK/ADMS 3585 3.00 AK/ADMS 3595 3.00 AK/ADMS 3920 3.00 AK/ADMS 4210 3.00 AK/ADMS 4220 3.00 AK/ADMS 4240 3.00 AK/ADMS 4225 3.00 AK/ADMS 4260 3.00 (will count for 3000 level only) AK/ADMS 4510 3.00 AK/ADMS 4520 3.00 or AK/ADMS 4530 3.00 AK/ADMS 4540 3.00 (will count for 3000 level only) AK/ADMS 4551 3.00 AK/ADMS 4552 3.00 AKADMS 4553 3.00 AK/ADMS 4562 3.00 AK/ADMS 4570 3.00 AK/ADMS 4900 3.00 and must replace AK/ADMS 3900 3.00 with another 3000 – 4000 level ADMS course BAS course substitutes for Schulich courses completed prior to entering the program. SB/MGMT 1000 3.00 and SB/MGMT 1010 3.00 SB/MGMT 1010 3.00 SB/MKTG 2030 3.00 SB/OBIR 2000 3.00 SB/ACTG 2010 3.00 and SB/ACGT 3020 .300 SB/ACTG 2020 3.00 SB/OBIR 4200 3.00 SB/MGMT 3100 3.00 SB/OBIR 4500 3.00 SB/ACTG 4400 3.00 SB/ACTG 4710 3.00 SB/FINE 2000 3.00 SB/ACTG 4050 3.00 SB/ACTG 3110 3.00 SB/ACTG 3120 3.00 SB/ENTR 4600 3.00 SB/MKGT 4400 3.00 SB/MKGT 4215 3.00 SB/MKGT 4100 3.00 SB/MKGT 4250 3.00 SB/MKGT 3100 3.00 SB/ACTG 4200 3.00 SB/ACTG 4160 3.00 SB/FINE 3100 3.00 SB/ACTG 4600 3.00 SB/ACTG 4620 3.00 SB/ACTG 4610 3.00 SB/ACTG 4720 3.00 SB/ACTG 4450 3.00 SB/SGMT 4010 3.00

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BA Programs of Study

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ACADEMIC STANDING
Bachelor of Arts (BA) – 90 Credits
Entry/re-entry: Students admitted to Atkinson are enrolled in the bachelor program requested. Students may enter/re-enter prior to completion of 102 credits. Note: All students who enter/re-enter the BA program must follow the requirements of the program in place at the time of entry/re-entry. Some programs may have limited entry and/or further entry requirements. Atkinson students entering a BA program may submit their change of degree request to the Office of Student and Academic Services. Faculty transfers: Students may transfer to an Atkinson bachelor degree program provided they meet the minimum cumulative grade point average of 4.0. Students from other Faculties may submit a Faculty transfer request to enter the BA program to Student Client Services. Continuing BA students: Students who maintain a cumulative grade point average of at least 4.0 may proceed in good standing in the bachelor degree. Students who at the end of an academic session meet the minimum Honours progression requirement will automatically be placed in the Honours program (if applicable). Students at the point of enrolment in a new academic session will declare if they wish to proceed in the bachelor or Honours degree. Graduating with a BA degree: Students must pass at least 90 credits that meet the Faculty’s degree and program requirements with a cumulative grade point average of at least 4.0. Failure to maintain academic standing. Advising recommended. Please refer to the section on academic penalties. Students who have completed at least 24 York credits with a cumulative grade point average below 2.5 will be required to withdraw for 12 months. Students who have completed less than 90 credits who fail to maintain the minimum cumulative average of 4.0 will be placed on academic warning. Additional credits to raise grade point average for graduation: BA students who upon completion of 90 passed credits whose cumulative grade point average is below 4.0 will be allowed a maximum of 12 attempted credits beyond the 90 passed credits in an attempt to raise their cumulative grade point average to the minimum of 4.0 to continue or graduate. These courses must be taken at York University. Note: New, repeated, passed and failed courses will count towards the total maximum number of attempted credits. Students who have 90 passed credits and have attempted 12 credits beyond the 90, who failed to attain the minimum cumulative grade point average of 4.0 will be ineligible to continue or graduate.

Note: All students who enter/re-enter the BA Honours program must follow the requirements of the program in place at the time of entry/reentry. Some programs may have limited entry and/or further entry requirements. Atkinson students entering a BA Honours program may submit their change of degree request to the Office of Student and Academic Services. Faculty transfers: Students qualify for transfer to an Atkinson BA Honours program provided they have met the Honours warning minimum progression cumulative grade point average requirement for Honours by year level. No extra courses may be taken in a subsequent session in an effort to raise the grade point average to qualify for Honours. Students from other Faculties may submit a Faculty transfer request to enter the BA Honours program to Student Client Services. Continuing BA Honours students: To continue in an Honours program, students must maintain a cumulative grade point average of at least 5.0. Students whose cumulative grade point average falls below 5.0 during the course of their studies may proceed in an Honours program, on warning, provided that they meet year level progression requirements. (Refer to section on academic penalties) Graduating with a BA Honours degree: Students must pass at least 120 credits which meet the Faculty’s degree and program requirements with a cumulative grade point average of at least 5.0. Option to graduate with a bachelor degree: Students registered in the BA Honours degree may opt to graduate with a bachelor degree if they fulfil degree and program requirements. Students who wish to take advantage of this option should complete an application to graduate available from Student Client Services. Failure to maintain academic standing. Advising recommended. Please refer to the section on academic penalties Students who have completed at least 24 York credits with a cumulative grade point average below 2.5 will be required to withdraw for 12 months. Students who have completed less than 84 credits, who fail to maintain the Honours minimum cumulative grade point average requirement of 5.0 may proceed in Honours on warning provided they meet the year level progression requirements. Students who have completed less than 84 credits, who fail to maintain the Honours warning year level progression requirement will automatically be placed in the bachelor degree, if applicable. Students who have completed 84 credits, but less that 120 credits who fall below the cumulative grade point average of 5.0 will be ineligible to proceed in Honours. Students may petition for an Honours waiver. Students who have completed 90 credits, but less than 120 credits whose cumulative grade point average is at least 4.0 but below 5.0 may apply to graduate with a bachelor degree (if applicable) if they fulfil degree and program requirements or petition for an Honours waiver. Students who have completed 120 credits or greater who fail to maintain the Honours cumulative grade point average of 5.0 will be ineligible to proceed. Students may apply to graduate with a bachelor degree (if applicable) if they fulfil degree and program requirements.

Bachelor of Arts (BA) Honours – 120 Credits
Entry/re-entry: Students may enter/re-enter Honours if they meet the Honours warning minimum progression cumulative grade point average requirement by year level. Students who have not attained the 5.0 cumulative grade point average at the point of completing 84 credits, will be ineligible for Honours. No extra courses may be taken in a subsequent session in an effort to raise the grade point average to qualify for Honours. (Refer to section on academic penalties).

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BUSINESS ECONOMICS
Economics
Room 2005, Technology Enhanced Learning Building (TEL) Tel: 416 736 5232 E-mail: akecon@yorku.ca The Business Economics program offered by the Economics unit within the Atkinson Faculty of Liberal and Professional Studies integrates aspects of economics and business studies, focusing on the use of economic analysis and statistical methods to deal effectively with management problems in applied business fields. In applying economic theory to business management, students become familiar with the analytical and decision making techniques used in the business world, and with the public and private institutional environments within which businesses operate. Students will gain economic insight into critical business topics such as strategic competition, the internal organization of firms, and international issues facing businesses in the changing global marketplace. Students can pursue a degree in Business Economics at the BA level or at the BA Specialized Honours level.

Residency requirement: At least 30 credits not used toward another academic program are to be taken at York University. Half the major credits must be taken through Atkinson. Graduating with a BA degree: Students must pass at least 90 credits that meet Atkinson degree and program requirements. The cumulative grade point average for all courses must be at least 4.0.

BA SPECIALIZED HONOURS: BUSINESS ECONOMICS
120 credits including: General education requirements 24 credits including: Six Six Six Six credits credits credits credits 1000 1000 1000 1000 level level level level AK humanities AK social science SC natural science AK mathematics or AK modes of reasoning

Major – 78 credits including: Program prerequisites (12 credits): AK/ECON AK/ECON AK/ECON AK/ECON 1000 1010 1530 1540 3.00 3.00 3.00 3.00

Degree and Program Requirements
Students prior to entry are required to have completed a high school Grade 12U Advanced Functions Mathematics course or the equivalent.

BA: BUSINESS ECONOMICS
90 credits including: General education requirements 24 credits including: Six Six Six Six credits credits credits credits 1000 1000 1000 1000 level level level level AK humanities AK social science SC natural science AK mathematics or AK modes of reasoning

Major – 48 credits including: Program prerequisites (12 credits): AK/ECON 1000 3.00 AK/ECON 1010 3.00 AK/ECON 1530 3.00 AK/ECON 1540 3.00 Core courses (36 credits including 6 credits to be chosen from the courses listed below*): AK/AS/SC/CSE 1520 3.00 AK/ADMS 2500 3.00 AK/ADMS 2510 3.00 AK/ECON 2300 3.00 AK/ECON 2350 3.00 AK/ECON 2400 3.00 AK/ECON 2450 3.00 AK/ECON 3411 3.00 or AK/ECON 3810 3.00 AK/ECON 3470 3.00 AK/ECON 3480 3.00 or AK/ECON 3210 3.00 *Courses from which to choose six credits: AK/ECON 3430 3.00 AK/ECON 3440 3.00 AK/ECON 3570 3.00 AK/ECON 3580 3.00 Students must complete at least 18 credits outside the major. Upper level requirement: The 90 credits above must include at least 24 credits at the 3000 level or above.

Core courses (66 credits): AK/AS/SC/CSE 1520 3.00 AK/AS/SC/CSE 1530 3.00 AK/ADMS 1000 3.00 AK/ADMS 2500 3.00 AK/ADMS 2510 3.00 AK/ECON 2300 3.00 AK/ECON 2350 3.00 AK/ECON 2400 3.00 AK/ECON 2450 3.00 AK/ECON 3411 3.00 or AK/ECON 3810 3.00 AK/ECON 3470 3.00 AK/ECON 3480 3.00 or AK/ECON 3210 3.00 AK/ECON 3800 3.00; AK/ECON 4082 3.00 6 credits to be selected from: AK/ECON 3430 3.00 AK/ECON 3440 3.00 AK/ECON 3570 3.00 AK/ECON 3580 3.00 18 additional credits in economics, including at least 15 credits at the 4000 level. A total of 18 credits in economics must be at the 4000 level. Required credits outside the major: Students must complete at least 18 credits outside the major at the 3000 level or above (in the case of mathematics courses, at the 2000 level or above). Upper level requirement: The 120 credits above must include at least 30 credits at the 3000 level or above, and 18 credits in the major at the 4000 level. Residency requirement: At least 30 credits not used toward another academic program are to be taken at York University. Half the major credits must be taken through Atkinson. Graduating with a BA Honours degree: Students must pass at least 120 credits that meet Atkinson degree and program requirements. The cumulative grade point average for all courses must be at least 5.0.

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Course Substitutions Subject to course exclusions, program requirements, restrictions and residence requirements, the following courses are acceptable substitutes for the purpose of meeting program requirements. Program Course AK/ECON 1000 3.00 AK/ECON 1010 3.00 AK/ECON 1530 3.00 Course Substitutes AS/ECON 1000 3.00, GL/ECON 2500 3.00 AS/ECON 1010 3.00, GL/ECON 2510 3.00 AS/ECON 1530 3.00, AS/MATH 1530 3.00, AK/AS/MATH 1550 6.00, AK/AS/SC/MATH 1300 3.00, AS/SC/MATH 1013 3.00, AS/SC/ MATH 505 6.00 AS/ECON 1540 3.00, AS/MATH 1540 3.00, AK/AS/MATH 1550 6.00, AS/SC/MATH 1505 6.00 AS/ECON 2300 3.00 AS/ECON 2350 3.00 AS/ECON 2400 3.00 AS/ECON 2450 3.00 AS/ECON 3210 3.00 AS/ECON 3140 3.00 GL/ECON 3390 3.00 Major – 30 credits including: IIi) AK/CDNS 2200 6.00 Iii) At least six credits from each of the three lists of courses with Canadian content. iii) The balance of the 30 credits must come from the three lists mentioned in (ii) with the additional Canadian Studies courses listed below (refer to program note). At least 12 credits in the major must be at the 3000 level or above. Upper level requirements: Of the 90 credits required for the degree, students must complete at least 18 credits at the 3000 level or above, including at least 12 credits in the major. Residency requirement: At least 30 credits not used toward another academic program are to be taken at York University. Half the major credits must be taken through Atkinson. Graduating with a BA degree: Students must pass at least 90 credits that meet Atkinson degree and program requirements. The cumulative grade point average for all courses must be at least 4.0.

AK/ECON 1540 3.00

AK/ECON 2300 3.00 AK/ECON 2350 3.00 AK/ECON 2400 3.00 AK/ECON 2450 3.00 AK/ECON 3210 3.00 AK/ECON 3430 3.00 AK/ECON 3440 3.00 AK/ECON 3470 3.00 (accepted as a 2000 level course only) AK/ECON 3570 3.00 AK/ECON 3580 3.00 AK/ECON 3800 3.00 AK/ECON 4082 3.00 AK/ADMS 2500 3.00 AK/ADMS 2510 3.00

BA SPECIALIZED HONOURS: CANADIAN STUDIES
120 credits including: General education requirements 24 credits including: Six Six Six Six credits credits credits credits 1000 1000 1000 1000 level level level level AK humanities AK social science SC natural science AK mathematics or AK modes of reasoning

AS/ECON 2500 3.00, GL/ECON 3670 3.00 AS/ECON 3150 3.00 AS/ECON 4200 3.00, GL/ECON 4290 3.00 AS/ECON 4309 3.00, GL/ECON 4280 3.00 AS/ECON 4400 3.00 AS/ECON 3580 3.00 AS/ECON 3590 3.00

Major – 54 credits including: IIi) AK/CDNS 2200 6.00 Iii) At least six credits from each of the three lists of courses with Canadian content provided below. iii) The balance of the 54 credits must come from the three lists mentioned in (ii) with the additional Canadian Studies courses also listed below (refer to program note). At least 12 credits in the major must be completed at the 4000 level.

CANADIAN STUDIES
School of Arts and Letters
Room 625, Atkinson Building Tel: 416 736 5900 E-mail: aksal@yorku.ca

Upper level requirements: Of the 120 credits required for the degree, students must complete at least 36 credits at the 3000 level or above, including 18 credits at the 4000 level of which at least 12 credits must be in the major. Residency requirement: At least 30 credits not used toward another academic program are to be taken at York University. Half the major credits must be taken through Atkinson. Graduating with a BA Honours degree: Students must pass at least 120 credits that meet Atkinson degree and program requirements. The cumulative grade point average for all courses must be at least 5.0.

Degree and program requirements
Program Note: With prior permission of the program coordinator, courses with Canadian content that are not listed below may be counted for major credit.

BA: CANADIAN STUDIES
90 credits including: General education requirements 24 credits including: Six Six Six Six credits credits credits credits 1000 1000 1000 1000 level level level level AK humanities AK social science SC natural science AK mathematics or AK modes of reasoning

BA HONOURS: CANADIAN STUDIES
120 credits including: General education requirements 24 credits including: Six Six Six Six credits credits credits credits 1000 1000 1000 1000 level level level level AK humanities AK social science SC natural science AK mathematics or AK modes of reasoning

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Major – 42 credits including: IIi) AK/CDNS 2200 6.00 Iii) At least six credits from each of the three lists of courses with Canadian content provided below. iii) The balance of the 42 credits must come from the three lists mentioned in (ii) with the additional Canadian Studies courses also listed below (refer to program note). At least 12 credits in the major must be completed at the 4000 level. Upper level requirements: Of the 120 credits required for the degree, students must complete at least 36 credits at the 3000 level or above, including 18 credits at the 4000-level of which at least 12 credits must be in the major. Residency requirement: At least 30 credits not used toward another academic program are to be taken at York University. Half the major, double major, major/minor credits must be taken through Atkinson. Graduating with a BA Honours degree: Students must pass at least 120 credits that meet Atkinson degree and program requirements. The cumulative grade point average for all courses must be at least 5.0.

Lists of Canadian Studies and Canadian Content Courses
CANADIAN STUDIES COURSES: AK/CDNS 3200 6.00 Folklore of Canada AK/CDNS 4100 3.00/6.00 Directed Reading COURSES WITH CANADIAN CONTENT: CANADA: TIME AND PLACE History AK/HIST 2210 6.00 AK/HIST 2220 6.00 AK/HIST 3200 6.00 AK/HIST 3210 6.00 AK/HIST 3220 6.00 AK/HIST 3240 6.00//AK/SOCI 3240 6.00 AK/HIST 3300 6.00 AK/HIST 3320 6.00 AK/HIST 4200 6.00 AK/HIST 4210 6.00//AK/POLS 4182 6.00//AK/SOCI 4084 6.00 CANADA: SOCIETY Administrative studies AK/ADMS 4710 3.00 AK/ADMS 4720 3.00 Economics AK/ECON 3650 3.00//AK/PPAS 3650 3.00 Philosophy AK/AS/PHIL 2075 3.00 AK/PHIL 3570 3.00 Political science AK/POLS 3410 6.00//AK/PPAS 3410 6.00 AK/POLS 3790 6.00//AK/SOCI 3790 6.00 AK/POLS 4120 6.00 Social science AK/SOSC 3330 AK/SOSC 3350 AK/SOSC 3370 AK/SOSC 3720 6.00 6.00//AK/SOCI 3580 6.00 6.00//AK/SOCI 3370 6.00//AK/AS/GL/WMST 3801 6.00 6.00

BA HONOURS DOUBLE MAJOR: CANADIAN STUDIES
The BA Honours program in Canadian Studies may be pursued jointly with any other approved Honours major Bachelor program within the Atkinson Faculty, Faculty of Arts, Faculty of Environmental Science, Faculty of Fine Arts, Faculty of Health or Faculty of Science and Engineering that offers a double major option. Please refer to programs of study. Students must complete at least 42 credits in each major in conformity with the requirements of each program major. At least 12 credits in each major must be at the 4000 level. Please refer to Honours program for major requirements.

BA HONOURS MAJOR/MINOR: CANADIAN STUDIES
The BA Honours major program in Canadian Studies may be combined with any approved Honours minor Bachelor program within the Atkinson Faculty, Faculty of Arts, Faculty of Environmental Science, Faculty of Fine Arts, Faculty of Health or Faculty of Science and Engineering that offers a major/minor option. Please refer to programs of study. Students must complete at least 42 credits in the major in conformity with the requirements of the program major and at least 30 credits in the minor in conformity with the requirements of the program minor. At least 12 credits in the major must be at the 4000 level and at least six credits in the minor must be at the 4000 level. Please refer to Honours program for major requirements. For Honours minor please refer to requirements below.

Social work AK/SOWK 2000 6.00 Sociology AK/SOCI 3604 6.00//AK/SOSC 3604 6.00 AK/SOCI 3620 6.00//AK/POLS 3620 6.00 AK/SOCI 3680 6.00//AK/POLS 3680 6.00//AK/SOSC 3680 6.00 Women’s studies AK/AS/GL/WMST AK/AS/GL/WMST AK/AS/GL/WMST AK/AS/GL/WMST AK/AS/GL/WMST 2503 3514 3534 4503 4550 6.00 (French) 6.00 (French) 3.00 3.00 6.00

BA HONOURS MINOR: CANADIAN STUDIES
The BA Honours minor program in Canadian Studies may be combined with any approved Honours major Bachelor program within the Atkinson Faculty, Faculty of Arts, Faculty of Environmental Science, Faculty of Fine Arts, Faculty of Health or Faculty of Science and Engineering that offers a major/minor option. Please refer to programs of study. Minor – 30 credits including: IIi) AK/CDNS 2200 6.00 Iii) At least six credits from each of the three lists of courses with Canadian content provided below. iii) The balance of the 30 credits must come from the three lists mentioned in (ii) with the additional Canadian Studies courses also listed below (refer to program note). At least six credits in the minor must be completed at the 4000 level.

CANADA: CULTURE English AK/EN 2853 6.00 AK/EN 3535 3.00 AK/EN 3536 3.00 AK/EN 3839 3.00 AK/EN 3858 6.00//AK/HUMA 3858 6.00 AK/EN 3865 6.00 AK/EN 4945 6.00

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Humanities AK/HUMA 3650 6.00 AK/HUMA 3660 3.00/6.00//AK/EN 3950 3.00/6.00 Course Substitutions Subject to course exclusions, program requirements, restrictions and residence requirements, the following courses are acceptable substitutes for the purpose of meeting program requirements. Program Course AK/CDNS 2200 6.00 Course Substitutes GL/CDNS 1920 6.00

BA: COMPUTER SCIENCE
90 credits including: General education requirements 24 credits including: Six Six Six Six credits credits credits credits 1000 1000 1000 1000 level level level level AK humanities AK social science SC natural science AK mathematics or AK modes of reasoning

Major – 40 credits including: AK/AS/SC/CSE AK/AS/SC/CSE AK/AS/SC/CSE AK/AS/SC/CSE AK/AS/SC/CSE AK/AS/SC/CSE AK/AS/SC/CSE AK/AS/SC/CSE AK/AS/SC/CSE AK/AS/SC/CSE 1019 1020 1030 2001 2011 2021 2031 3101 3221 3311 3.00//AK/AS/SC/MATH 1019 3.00 3.00 3.00 3.00 3.00 4.00 3.00 3.00 3.00 3.00

COMPUTER SCIENCE
Department of Computer Science and Engineering
Room 1003, Computer Science Building Tel: 416 736 5334 E-mail: enquiries@cs.yorku.ca

Degree and program requirements
Students prior to entry are required to have completed Grade 12U Advanced Functions and one other 12U Mathematics course or the equivalent – overall grade no less than 75% and no math course less than 65%. A maximum of three 2000, 3000 or 4000 level computer science courses in one term is permitted. In the summer term, students are not permitted to take more than six credits in computer science. If any student enrols in more than the allowed number of courses per term they will be removed from whichever courses the department requires the space. The department general prerequisite cumulative grade point average over all computer science major courses must be met to proceed in the program. All 2000 level and above computer science courses have general prerequisite requirements that must be met before proceeding to the next level of study. Please refer to the departmental supplementary calendar for further program details. General prerequisites for computer science courses are as follows: 2000 level computer science courses: All 2000 level computer science courses require the following general prerequisites; AK/AS/SC/CSE 1030 3.00 with a grade of at least C+. Non-majors may apply to the undergraduate director for special consideration. 3000 and 4000 level computer science courses: Most 3000 and 4000 level computer science courses require the following general prerequisites, in addition to or including any specifically stated in the course descriptions: • AK/AS/SC/CSE 2011 3.00 • A cumulative grade point average of 4.5 or better over all completed major computer science courses, including AK/AS/SC CSE 1019 3.00//AK/AS/SC/MATH 1019 3.00;

Three credits from 3000 level courses with second digit 4 (i.e. applications area) and at least six additional credits at the 3000 level. Students must complete at least 18 credits outside the major including: AK/AS/SC/MATH 1090 3.00 AK/AS/SC/MATH 1300 3.00 AK/AS/SC/MATH 1310 3.00 Upper level requirements: Of the 90 credits required for the degree, students must complete at least 24 credits at the 3000 level or above. Residency requirement: At least 30 credits not used toward another academic program are to be taken at York University. Half the major credits must be taken through Atkinson. Graduating with a BA degree: Students must pass at least 90 credits that meet Atkinson degree and program requirements. The cumulative grade point average for all courses must be at least 4.0.

BA SPECIALIZED HONOURS: COMPUTER SCIENCE
120 credits including: In the degree all Honours candidates must complete at least 30 credits which are neither computer science nor mathematics General education requirements 24 credits including: Six Six Six Six credits credits credits credits 1000 1000 1000 1000 level level level level AK humanities AK social science SC natural science AK mathematics or AK modes of reasoning

Major – at least 58 credits including: AK/AS/SC/CSE AK/AS/SC/CSE AK/AS/SC/CSE AK/AS/SC/CSE AK/AS/SC/CSE AK/AS/SC/CSE AK/AS/SC/CSE AK/AS/SC/CSE AK/AS/SC/CSE AK/AS/SC/CSE AK/AS/SC/CSE AK/AS/SC/CSE 1019 1020 1030 2001 2011 2021 2031 3000 3101 3221 3311 3401 3.00//MATH 1019 3.00 3.00 3.00 3.00 3.00 4.00 3.00 3.00 3.00 3.00 3.00 3.00

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Students majoring in computer science without a stream must complete the following additional courses: At least three additional computer science credits at the 3000 level; AK/AS/SC/CSE 4101 3.00 or AK/AS/SC/CSE 4111 3.00 or AK/AS/SC/CSE 4115 3.00; Six more computer science credits at either the 3000 or 4000 level. Nine more computer science credits at the 4000 level; Students pursuing the communication networks stream must complete the following additional courses: AK/AS/SC/CSE AK/AS/SC/CSE AK/AS/SC/CSE AK/AS/SC/CSE 4115 3.00 AK/AS/SC/CSE AK/AS/SC/CSE 3213 3.00 3451 4.00 4084 6.00 4101 3.00 or AK/AS/SC/CSE 4111 3.00 or AK/AS/SC/CSE 4213 3.00 4214 3.00 Upper level requirements: Of the 120 credits required for the degree, students must complete at least 30 credits at the 3000 level or above and 12 credits in the major at the 4000 level. Residency requirement: At least 30 credits not used toward another academic program are to be taken at York University. Half the major credits must be taken through Atkinson. Graduating with a BA Honours degree: Students must pass at least 120 credits that meet Atkinson degree and program requirements. The cumulative grade point average for all courses must be at least 5.0. Course Substitutes Subject to course exclusions, program requirements/restrictions, and residence requirements, the following courses are acceptable substitutes for the purpose of meeting program requirements. Program Course AK/AS/SC/CSE 1019 3.00 AS/SC/MATH 1025 3.00 Course Substitutes AK/AS/SC/MATH 2320 3.00 (taken prior to Summer 2004) AK/AS/SC/MATH 1021 3.00 or AK/AS/SC/MATH 2221 3.00 or AK/AS/SC/MATH 2021 3.00 AS/SC/MATH 1000 3.00 or AS/SC/MATH 1013 3.00 AS/SC/MATH 1010 3.00 or AS/SC/MATH 1014 3.00

Students pursing the intelligent systems stream must complete the following additional courses: AK/AS/SC/CSE AK/AS/SC/CSE AK/AS/SC/CSE 4115 3.00 AK/AS/SC/CSE AK/AS/SC/CSE 3402 3.00 4081 6.00 4101 3.00 or AK/AS/SC/CSE 4111 3.00 or AK/AS/SC/CSE 4401 3.00 or AK/AS/SC/CSE 4402 3.00 4421 3.00 or AK/AS/SC/CSE 4422 3.00

AK/AS/SC/MATH 1300 3.00 AK/AS/SC/MATH 1310 3.00

Three more computer science credits at either the 3000 or 4000 level. Students pursuing the interactive systems stream must also complete the following additional courses: AK/AS/SC/CSE AK/AS/SC/CSE AK/AS/SC/CSE AK/AS/SC/CSE 4115 3.00 3431 3.00 3461 3.00 4082 6.00 4101 3.00 or AK/AS/SC/CSE 4111 3.00 or AK/AS/SC/CSE

COMPUTER SECURITY
Department of Computer Science and Engineering
Room 1003, Computer Science Building Tel: 416 736 5334 E-mail: enquiries@cs.yorku.ca

Six credits chosen from the following: AK/AS/SC/CSE AK/AS/SC/CSE AK/AS/SC/CSE AK/AS/SC/CSE 4431 4441 4461 4471 3.00 3.00 3.00 3.00

Degree and program requirements
Students prior to entry are required to have completed Grade 12U Advanced Functions and one other 12U Mathematics course or the equivalent – overall grade no less than 75% and no math course less than 65%. The department general prerequisite cumulative grade point average over all computer science major courses must be met to proceed in the program. All 2000 level and above computer science courses have general prerequisite requirements that must be met before proceeding to the next level of study. Please refer to the information above for Computer Science or departmental supplementary calendar for further program details. Note 1: A Modes of Reasoning course is required to fulfil the general education requirement. A Mathematics course may not be taken to fulfil this requirement. Note 2. AK/AS/SC MATH 1190 3.00 must be taken if the student has not passed 12U Geometry and Discrete Mathematics. Note 3: The student must choose to take either AK/AS/SC/CSE 1020 3.00 and AK/AS/SC/CSE 1030 3.00 or AK/ITEC 1620 3.00 and AK/ITEC 1630 3.00 and AK/ITEC 2620 3.00. Either combination of courses meets prerequisites for 2000 level CSE courses with a C+ grade in either AK/AS/SC/CSE 1030 3.00 or AK/ITEC 2620 3.00. Note 4: Wherever specified ITEC courses are used to satisfy degree requirements in this program they will also be used in the general prerequisite grade point average calculations.

Students pursuing the software development stream must complete the following additional courses: AK/AS/SC/CSE AK/AS/SC/CSE AK/AS/SC/CSE AK/AS/SC/CSE AK/AS/SC/CSE AK/AS/SC/CSE 3341 3421 3461 4090 4312 4313 3.00 3.00 3.00 6.00 3.00 3.00

Three credits chosen from: AK/AS/SC/CSE 4101 3.00 or AK/AS/SC/CSE 4111 3.00 or AK/AS/SC/CSE 4115 3.00 Students must complete at least 18 credits outside the major at the 3000 level or above (in the case of mathematics at the 2000 level or above) including: AK/AS/SC/MATH AK/AS/SC/MATH AK/AS/SC/MATH AK/AS/SC/MATH AK/AS/SC/MATH 1025 1090 1300 1310 2030 3.00 3.00 3.00 3.00 3.00

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BA SPECIALIZED HONOURS: COMPUTER SECURITY
120 credits including: All Honours degree candidates must complete at least 30 credits which are neither computer science, mathematics nor information technology. General education requirements 24 credits including: Six Six Six Six credits credits credits credits 1000 1000 1000 1000 level level level level AK humanities AK social science SC natural science AK modes of reasoning AK/AS/SC/MATH 1300 3.00 AK/AS/SC/MATH 1310 3.00 Program Course AK/AS/SC/CSE 1019 3.00 AS/SC/MATH 1025 3.00 Course Substitutes AK/AS/SC/MATH 2320 3.00 (taken prior to Summer 2004) AK/AS/SC/MATH 1021 3.00 or AK/AS/SC/MATH 2221 3.00 or AK/AS/SC/MATH 2021 3.00 AS/SC/MATH 1000 3.00 or AS/SC/MATH 1013 3.00 AS/SC/MATH 1010 3.00 or AS/SC/MATH 1014 3.00

Major – At least 59 credits including: AK/AS/SC/CSE 1019 3.00//AK/AS/SC/MATH 1019 3.00 Either AK/AS/SC CSE 1020 3.00 and AK/AS/SC CSE 1030 3.00 or AK/ITEC 1620 3.00 and AK/ITEC 1630 3.00 and AK/ITEC 2620 3.00 AK/AS/SC CSE 2001 3.00 AK/AS/SC CSE 2011 3.00 AK/AS/SC CSE 2021 4.00 AK/AS/SC CSE 2031 3.00 AK/AS/SC CSE 3000 3.00 AK/AS/SC CSE 3101 3.00 AK/AS/SC CSE 3213 3.00 AK/AS/SC CSE 3221 3.00 AK/AS/SC CSE 3311 3.00 AK/AS/SC CSE 3421 3.00 or AK/ITEC 3220 3.00 AK/AS/SC CSE 3481 3.00 AK/AS/SC CSE 4161 3.00//AK/AS/SC/MATH 4161 3.00 AK/AS/SC CSE 4213 3.00 AK/AS/SC CSE 4413 3.00 AK/AS/SC CSE 4481 4.00 AK/AS/SC CSE 4482 3.00 At least 12 credits in the major must be at the 4000 level. Required credits outside the major: AK/AS/SC MATH 1025 3.00 AK/AS/SC MATH 1090 3.00 AK/AS/SC MATH 1131 3.00 AK/AS/SC MATH 1300 3.00 AK/AS/SC MATH 1310 3.00 AK/AS/SC MATH 2030 3.00 AK/AS/PHIL 2075 3.00 or AS/SC/STS 3500 3.00 Upper level requirement: At least 36 credits must be completed at the 3000 level or above including 18 credits at the 4000 level of which at least 12 credits must be in the major. Residency requirement: At least 30 credits not used toward another academic program are to be taken at York University. Half the major credits must be taken through Atkinson. Graduating with a BA Honours degree: Students must pass at least 120 credits that meet Atkinson degree and program requirements. The cumulative grade point average for all courses must be at least 5.0. Course Substitutes Subject to course exclusions, program requirements/restrictions, and residence requirements, the following courses are acceptable substitutes for the purpose of meeting program requirements.

CULTURE AND EXPRESSION
School of Arts and Letters
Room 625, Atkinson Building Tel: 416 736 5900 E-mail: aksal@yorku.ca Culture & Expression is a flexible, interdisciplinary degree program in the School of Arts & Letters designed to explore the plurality of cultural expression. Students complete a common core of courses designed to introduce them to cultural expression broadly defined. Historical, philosophical and aesthetic concerns are explored through cultural theory and methodology, thus providing students with a coherent theoretical preparation in concepts and areas of concern for more advanced and specific investigations. The remainder of their courses will be chosen from thematic groupings in order to assist students in developing a coherent program. (These groupings include: culture, literature/humanities, science/philosophy/ health, and social science/psychology.) The structure of the program allows students to tailor their program to suit their individual needs.

Degree and program requirements
BA: CULTURE AND EXPRESSION
90 credits including: General education requirements 24 credits including: Six Six Six Six credits credits credits credits 1000 1000 1000 1000 level level level level AK humanities AK social science SC natural science AK mathematics or AK modes of reasoning

Major – 30 credits including: Core: 12 credits including: AK/CLTR 2100 6.00 AK/CLTR 3100 6.00 The remaining 18 credits will be chosen from a list of program courses including at least 12 credits in the major at a 3000 level or above. Students are expected to complete six credits from Group A and six credits from two of the remaining three groups. Students must complete at least 18 credits outside the major. Upper level requirements: Of the 90 credits required for the degree, students must complete at least 18 credits at the 3000 level or above, including at least 12 credits in the major.

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Residency requirement: At least 30 credits not used toward another academic program are to be taken at York University. Half the major credits must be taken through Atkinson. Graduating with a BA degree: Students must pass at least 90 credits that meet Atkinson degree and program requirements. The cumulative grade point average for all courses must be at least 4.0. Upper level requirements: Of the 120 credits required for the degree, students must complete at least 36 credits at the 3000 level or above, including 18 credits at the 4000 level of which at least 12 credits must be in the major. Residency requirement: At least 30 credits not used toward another academic program are to be taken at York University. Half the major, double major, major/minor credits must be taken through Atkinson. Graduating with a BA Honours degree: Students must pass at least 120 credits that meet Atkinson degree and program requirements. The cumulative grade point average for all courses must be at least 5.0.

BA SPECIALIZED HONOURS: CULTURE AND EXPRESSION
120 credits including: General education requirements 24 credits including: Six Six Six Six credits credits credits credits 1000 1000 1000 1000 level level level level AK humanities AK social science SC natural science AK mathematics or AK modes of reasoning

BA HONOURS DOUBLE MAJOR: CULTURE AND EXPRESSION
The BA Honours in culture & expression may be pursued with any other approved Honours major Bachelor program within Atkinson Faculty, Faculty of Arts, Faculty of Environmental Science, Faculty of Fine Arts, Faculty of Health or Faculty of Science and Engineering that offers a double major option. Please refer to programs of study. Students must complete at least 42 credits in each major in conformity with the requirements of each program major. At least 12 credits in each major must be at the 4000 level. Please refer to Honours for major requirements.

Major – 54 credits including: Core: 12 credits including: AK/CLTR 2100 6.00 AK/CLTR 3100 6.00 Students are expected to complete at least six credits from each of the four groups. The remaining credits may be taken from the list of program courses, or from Faculty of Fine Arts course offerings by permission of the program coordinator. At least 12 credits must be at the 4000 level within the major. Students must complete at least 18 credits outside the major. Upper level requirements: Of the 120 credits required for the degree, students must complete at least 36 credits at the 3000 level or above, including 18 credits at the 4000 level of which at least 12 credits must be in the major. Residency requirement: At least 30 credits not used toward another academic program are to be taken at York University. Half the major credits must be taken through Atkinson. Graduating with a BA Honours degree: Students must pass at least 120 credits that meet Atkinson degree and program requirements. The cumulative grade point average for all courses must be at least 5.0.

BA HONOURS MAJOR/MINOR: CULTURE AND EXPRESSION
The BA Honours major program in culture & expression may be combined with any approved Honours minor Bachelor program within Atkinson Faculty, Faculty of Arts, Faculty of Environmental Science, Faculty of Fine Arts, Faculty of Health or Faculty of Science and Engineering that offers a major/minor option. Please refer to programs of study. Students must complete at least 42 credits in the major in conformity with the requirements of the program major and at least 30 credits in the minor in conformity with the requirements of the program minor. At least 12 credits in the major must be at the 4000 level and at least six credits in the minor must be at the 4000 level. Please refer to Honours for major requirements. For Honours minor please refer to requirements below.

BA HONOURS MINOR: CULTURE AND EXPRESSION
The BA Honours minor in culture and expression must be combined with any approved Honours major Bachelor program within Atkinson Faculty, Faculty of Arts, Faculty of Environmental Science, Faculty of Fine Arts, Faculty of Health or Faculty of Science and Engineering that offers a major/minor option. Please refer to programs of study. Minor – 30 credits including: Core: 12 credits including: AK/CLTR 2100 6.00 AK/CLTR 3100 6.00 The remaining 18 credits will be chosen from a list of program courses including at least six credits at the 4000 level. Students are expected to complete six credits from Group A and six credits from two of the remaining three groups.

BA HONOURS: CULTURE AND EXPRESSION
120 credits including: General education requirements 24 credits including: Six Six Six Six credits credits credits credits 1000 1000 1000 1000 level level level level AK humanities AK social science SC natural science AK mathematics or AK modes of reasoning

Major – 42 credits including: Core: 12 credits including: AK/CLTR 2100 6.00 AK/CLTR 3100 6.00 Students are expected to complete at least six credits from Group A and six credits from two of the remaining three groups. The remaining credits may be taken from the list of program courses, or from Faculty of Fine Arts course offerings by permission of the program coordinator. At least 12 credits must be at the 4000 level within the major. Students must complete at least 18 credits outside the major (not applicable to double major or major/minors).

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List of program courses Group A – Culture AK/CLTR AK/CLTR AK/CLTR AK/CLTR AK/CLTR AK/CLTR AK/CLTR AK/CLTR AK/CLTR AK/CLTR AK/CLTR AK/CLTR AK/CLTR AK/CLTR AK/CLTR AK/CLTR 2210 2420 2610 2850 3150 3210 3220 3230 3250 3841 3842 3610 4000 4135 4210 4535 6.00 3.00 6.00 6.00 3.00 6.00 6.00 3.00/6.00 3.00/6.00 3.00 3.00 3.00/6.00 3.00/6.00 3.00 6.00 3.00

ECONOMICS
Room 2005, Technology Enhanced Learning Building (TEL) Tel: 416 736 5232 Fax: 416 736 5188 E-mail: akecon@yorku.ca The Economics unit within the Atkinson Faculty of Liberal and Professional Studies offers an academic program leading to degrees in Business Economics and Economics at the BA and BA Specialized Honours levels. Students in our program are provided with real case studies that enable instructors to impart the theoretical foundations of the discipline and illustrate the application of concepts and models to practical business problems in areas such as market forecasting, pricing policies, strategic financing, and business development. Our graduates are well prepared to begin or to advance in a variety of careers in business, government, and the not-for-profit sector.

Degree and program requirements
Students prior to entry are required to have completed a high school Grade 12U Advanced Functions Mathematics course or the equivalent.

Group B – Literature/Humanities AK/EN 1953 6.00 AK/EN 2430 6.00 AK/EN 3934 6.00 AK/EN 3856 6.00//AK/HUMA 3380 6.00 AK/EN 3859 6.00//AK/HUMA 3980 6.00//AK/CLTR 3590 6.00 AK/HIST 4200 6.00 AK/HUMA 2310 6.00 AK/HUMA 2320 6.00 AK/HUMA 3436 3.00 AK/HUMA 3437 3.00 AK/HUMA 3440 6.00//AK/HIST 3540 6.00 AK/HUMA 3560 6.00 AK/HUMA 3660 3.00/6.00//AK/EN 3950 3.00/6.00 AK/HUMA 3670 3.00/6.00 AK/AS/GL/WMST 3523 6.00 AK/AS/GL/WMST 3545 6.00 AK/AS/GL/WMST 3546 6.00 AK/AS/GL/WMST 3515 6.00 AK/AS/GL/WMST 4550 6.00/GL/HUMA 3940 6.00 AK/AS/GL/WMST 4551 3.00/GL/HUMA 4651 6.00 Group C – Science/Philosophy/Health SC/STS 2010 6.00 SC/STS 2700 3.00//AS/SOSC 2700 3.00 AK/AS/PHIL 2130 3.00 Group D – Social Science/Psychology AK/GEOG 3410 6.00//AK/SOSC 3302 6.00 HH/PSYC 3550 3.00 AK/SOCI 3420 6.00 AK/SOCI 3780 6.00 AK/SOCI 4500 6.00//AK/POLS 4240 6.00 AK/SOSC 2410 6.00 AK/SOSC 3560 6.00 AK/SOSC 3575 6.00

BA: ECONOMICS
90 credits including: General education requirements 24 credits including: Six Six Six Six credits credits credits credits 1000 1000 1000 1000 level level level level AK humanities AK social science SC natural science AK mathematics or AK modes of reasoning

Major – 42 credits including: AK/ECON AK/ECON AK/ECON AK/ECON AK/ECON AK/ECON AK/ECON AK/ECON AK/ECON AK/ECON 1000 1010 1530 1540 2300 2350 2400 2450 3470 3480 3.00 3.00 3.00 3.00 3.00 3.00 3.00 3.00 3.00 3.00 or AK/ECON 3210 3.00

Students must complete at least 18 credits outside the major. Upper level requirements: Of the 90 credits required for the degree, students must complete at least 24 credits at the 3000 level or above. Residency requirement: At least 30 credits not used toward another academic program are to be taken at York University. Half the major credits must be taken through Atkinson. Graduating with a BA degree: Students must pass at least 90 credits that meet Atkinson degree and program requirements. The cumulative grade point average for all courses must be at least 4.0.

BA SPECIALIZED HONOURS: ECONOMICS
120 credits including: General education requirements 24 credits including: Six Six Six Six credits credits credits credits 1000 1000 1000 1000 level level level level AK humanities AK social science SC natural science AK mathematics or AK modes of reasoning

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Major – 60 credits including: AK/ECON AK/ECON AK/ECON AK/ECON AK/ECON AK/ECON AK/ECON AK/ECON AK/ECON AK/ECON 1000 1010 1530 1540 2300 2350 2400 2450 3470 3480 3.00 3.00 3.00 3.00 3.00 3.00 3.00 3.00 3.00 3.00 or AK/ECON 3210 3.00 Courses for the concentration in industrial relations: AK/ECON 3590 3.00, AK/ECON 3600 6.00, AK/ECON 3610 3.00, AK/ECON 3620 3.00, AK/ECON 3680 3.00, AK/ECON 3790 6.00, AK/ECON 4160 3.00, AK/SOCI 3392 6.00. Concentration in public policy The application of economic analysis to matters of collective choice and public policy. Emphasis on the consideration of criteria and techniques for evaluating policy choices. Courses for the concentration in public policy: AK/ECON 3450 3.00, AK/ECON 3460 3.00//AK/POLS 3480 3.00, AK/ECON 3510 3.00, AK/ECON 3520 3.00, AK/ECON 3650 3.00, AK/ECON 3660 3.00, AK/ECON 3800 3.00, AK/ECON 3810 3.00, AK/ECON 3820 3.00. Course Substitutions Subject to course exclusions, program requirements, restrictions and residence requirements, the following courses are acceptable substitutes for the purpose of meeting program requirements. Program Course AK/ECON 1000 3.00 AK/ECON 1010 3.00 AK/ECON 1530 3.00 Course Substitutes AS/ECON 1000 3.00, GL/ECON 2500 3.00 AS/ECON 1010 3.00, GL/ECON 2510 3.00 AS/ECON 1530 3.00, AS/MATH 1530 3.00, AK/AS/MATH 1550 6.00, AK/AS/SC/MATH 1300 3.00, AS/SC/MATH 1013 3.00, AS/SC/ MATH 1505 6.00 AS/ECON 1540 3.00, AS/MATH 1540 3.00, AK/AS/MATH 1550 6.00, AS/SC/MATH 1505 6.00 AS/ECON 2300 3.00 AS/ECON 2350 3.00 AS/ECON 2400 3.00 AS/ECON 2450 3.00 AS/ECON 3210 3.00 AS/ECON 3140 3.00 GL/ECON 3390 3.00 AS/ECON 2500 3.00 (accepted as a 2000 level course only), GL/ECON 3670 3.00 AS/ECON 3150 3.00 AS/ECON 4200 3.00, GL/ECON 4290 3.00 AS/ECON 4309 3.00, GL/ECON 4280 3.00 AS/ECON 4400 3.00 AK/ECON 3760 3.00, (at the 3000 level if taken prior to fall 2008) AS/ECON 3580 3.00 AS/ECON 3590 3.00

Plus 30 credits in economics of which 18 credits must be at the 4000 level. Students must complete at least 18 credits outside the major at the 3000 level or above (in the case of mathematics, at the 2000 level or above). Upper level requirements: Of the 120 credits required for the degree, students must complete at least 30 credits at the 3000 level or above and 18 credits in the major at the 4000 level. Residency requirement: At least 30 credits not used toward another academic program are to be taken at York University. Half the major credits must be taken through Atkinson. Graduating BA Honours degree: Students must pass at least 120 credits that meet Atkinson degree and program requirements. The cumulative grade point average for all courses must be at least 5.0.

Areas of concentration in economics
Concentration in industrial economics This concentration is suitable for students who wish to relate the techniques of economic analysis to applied business problems. Courses for the concentration in industrial economics: Administrative studies: AK/ADMS 2510 3.00, AK/ADMS 3570 3.00, AK/ADMS 4930 6.00. Computer science: AK/AS/SC/CSE 1520 3.00 and AK/AS/SC/CSE 1530 3.00 Economics: AK/ECON 3411 3.00, AK/ECON 3430 3.00, AK/ECON 3440 3.00, AK/ECON 3490 3.00, AK/ECON 3570 3.00, AK/ECON 3580 3.00, AK/ECON 3600 6.00, AK/ECON 3750 3.00, AK/ECON 3800 3.00, AK/ECON 3810 3.00, AK/ECON 3820 3.00, AK/ ECON 4120 3.00, AK/ECON 4130 3.00, AK/ECON 4160 3.00, AK/ECON 4750 3.00. Concentration in applied research methods for business economics Focus on market oriented experience in economic analysis, especially in the areas of econometric modelling, simulation techniques and applied business forecasting. Emphasis is on any mathematical and statistical training for further study in economics or business, beyond the BA. Courses for the concentration in applied research methods for business economics: AK/ECON 3210 3.00, AK/ECON 3411 3.00, AK/ECON 3490 3.00, AK/ECON 3810 3.00, AK/ECON 3820 3.00, AK/ECON 4120 3.00, AK/ECON 4130 3.00. Concentration in industrial relations Analysis of the institutions involved in the employment relationship, and the conceptual framework of the labour market and the industrial relations system in which it operates. AK/ECON 1540 3.00

AK/ECON 2300 3.00 AK/ECON 2350 3.00 AK/ECON 2400 3.00 AK/ECON 2450 3.00 AK/ECON 3210 3.00 AK/ECON 3430 3.00 AK/ECON 3440 3.00 AK/ECON 3470 3.00 AK/ECON 3570 3.00 AK/ECON 3580 3.00 AK/ECON 3800 3.00 AK/ECON 4082 3.00 AK/ECON 4750 3.00 AK/ADMS 2500 3.00 AK/ADMS 2510 3.00

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ENGLISH
School of Arts and Letters
Room 625, Atkinson Building Tel: 416 736 5900 E-mail: aksal@yorku.ca

ii) Of the 54 credits, students must complete 12 credits in 2000 level major courses. Students are strongly urged to take these 12 credits at the 2000 level within the first 24 major credits. At least 18 credits in the major must be completed at the 3000 level. At least 12 credits in the major must be completed at the 4000 level. Students must complete at least 18 credits outside the major. Upper level requirements: Of the 120 credits required for the degree, students must complete at least 36 credits at the 3000 level or above, including 18 credits at the 4000 level of which at least 12 credits must be in the major. Residency requirement: At least 30 credits not used toward another academic program are to be taken at York University. Half the major credits must be taken through Atkinson. Graduating with a BA Honours degree: Students must pass at least 120 credits that meet Atkinson degree and program requirements. The cumulative grade point average for all courses must be at least 5.0.

Degree and program requirements
Program note: 1000 level AK English courses do not count for AK major credit.

BA: ENGLISH
90 credits including: General education requirements 24 credits including: Six Six Six Six credits credits credits credits 1000 1000 1000 1000 level level level level AK humanities AK social science SC natural science AK mathematics or AK modes of reasoning

BA HONOURS: ENGLISH
120 credits including: General education requirements 24 credits including: Six Six Six Six credits credits credits credits 1000 1000 1000 1000 level level level level AK humanities AK social science SC natural science AK mathematics or AK modes of reasoning

Major – 30 credits including: Ii) A minimum of six credits from each of the three major periods (a total of 18 credits): Period 1: Medieval and Renaissance Period 2: 1660-1900 Period 3: 20th century ii) Of the 30 credits, students must complete 12 credits in 2000 level major courses. Students are strongly urged to take these 12 credits at the 2000 level within the first 24 major credits. At least 12 credits in the major must be at the 3000 level or above. Students must complete at least 18 credits outside the major. Upper level requirements: Of the 90 credits required for the degree, students must complete at least 18 credits at the 3000 level or above, including at least 12 credits in the major. Residency requirement: At least 30 credits not used toward another academic program are to be taken at York University. Half the major credits must be taken through Atkinson. Graduating with a BA degree: Students must pass at least 90 credits that meet Atkinson degree and program requirements. The cumulative grade point average for all courses must be at least 4.0.

Major – 42 credits including: Ii) A minimum of 12 credits from each of the three major periods (a total of 36 credits): Period 1: Medieval and Renaissance Period 2: 1660-1900 Period 3: 20th century ii) Of the 42 credits, students must complete 12 credits in 2000 level major courses. Students are strongly urged to take these 12 credits at the 2000 level within the first 24 major credits. At least 18 credits in the major must be completed at the 3000 level. At least 12 credits in the major must be completed at the 4000 level. Students must complete at least 18 credits outside the major (not required for double major or major/minor) Upper level requirements: Of the 120 credits required for the degree, students must complete at least 36 credits at the 3000 level or above, including 18 credits at the 4000 level of which at least 12 credits must be in the major. Residency requirement: At least 30 credits not used toward another academic program are to be taken at York University. Half the major, double major, major/minor credits must be taken through Atkinson. Graduating with a BA Honours degree: Students must pass at least 120 credits that meet Atkinson degree and program requirements. The cumulative grade point average for all courses must be at least 5.0.

BA SPECIALIZED HONOURS: ENGLISH
120 credits including: General education requirements 24 credits including: Six Six Six Six credits credits credits credits 1000 1000 1000 1000 level level level level AK humanities AK social science SC natural science AK mathematics or AK modes of reasoning

Major – 54 credits including: Ii) A minimum of 12 credits from each of the three major periods (a total of 36 credits): Period 1: Medieval and Renaissance Period 2: 1660-1900 Period 3: 20th century

BA HONOURS DOUBLE MAJOR: ENGLISH
The BA Honours program in English may be pursued jointly with any other approved Honours major Bachelor program within the Atkinson Faculty, Faculty of Arts, Faculty of Environmental Science, Faculty of Fine Arts, Faculty of Health or Faculty of Science and Engineering that offers a double major option. Please refer to programs of study.

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Students must complete at least 42 credits in each major in conformity with the requirements of each program major. At least 12 credits in each major must be at the 4000 level. Please refer to Honours program for major requirements. AK/EN AK/EN AK/EN AK/EN AK/EN AK/EN AK/EN AK/EN AK/EN AK/EN 3745 3753 3754 3762 3770 3773 4075 4600 4750 4752 3.00 6.00 6.00//AK/HUMA 3390 6.00 6.00 6.00//AK/HUMA 3340 6.00 6.00 6.00 6.00 6.00 6.00

BA HONOURS MAJOR/MINOR: ENGLISH
The BA Honours major program in English may be combined with any approved Honours minor Bachelor program within the Atkinson Faculty, Faculty of Arts, Faculty of Environmental Science, Faculty of Fine Arts, Faculty of Health or Faculty of Science and Engineering that offers a major/minor option. Please refer to programs of study. Students must complete at least 42 credits in the major in conformity with the requirements of the program major and at least 30 credits in the minor in conformity with the requirements of the program minor. At least 12 credits in the major must be at the 4000 level and at least six credits in the minor must be at the 4000 level. Please refer to Honours program for major requirements. For Honours minor please refer to requirements below.

Period 3: 20th century AK/EN 3536 3.00 (also Period 2) AK/EN 3670 3.00 AK/EN 3810 6.00 AK/EN 3820 6.00 AK/EN 3830 6.00 AK/EN 3836 6.00//AK/HUMA 3306 6.00 (also Period 2) AK/EN 3838 6.00 AK/EN 3839 3.00 AK/EN 3840 6.00//AK/HUMA 3840 6.00 (also Period 2) AK/EN 3844 3.00 AK/EN 3845 3.00//AK/HUMA 3370 6.00 AK/EN 3846 6.00//AK/HUMA 3570 6.00 (also Period 2) AK/EN 3848 6.00//AK/HUMA 3360 6.00 AK/EN 3852 3.00 AK/EN 3853 3.00 AK/EN 3854 6.00 (also Period 2) AK/EN 3855 6.00 AK/EN 3856 6.00//AK/HUMA 3380 6.00 AK/EN 3857 6.00 AK/EN 3858 6.00//AK/HUMA 3858 6.00 AK/EN 3859 3.00/6.00//AK/HUMA 3980 3.00/6.00//AK/CLTR 3590 3.00/6.00 AK/EN 3860 6.00 AK/EN 3862 3.00 AK/EN 3863 6.00//AK/HUMA 3863 6.00 AK/EN 3865 6.00 AK/EN 3870 6.00 AK/EN 3910 6.00 AK/EN 3930 6.00 AK/EN 3934 6.00 AK/EN 3940 6.00 AK/EN 3943 3.00 AK/EN 3944 3.00 AK/EN 3945 3.00 AK/EN 3950 3.00/6.00//AK/HUMA 3660 3.00/6.00 AK/EN 3955 6.00//AK/HUMA 3670 6.00 AK/EN 3960 6.00//AK/HUMA 3320 6.00 AK/EN 3963 6.00 AK/EN 3965 3.00 AK/EN 3970 6.00 AK/EN 4073 6.00 (also Period 2) AK/EN 4851 6.00 AK/EN 4864 6.00 AK/EN 4879 6.00 AK/EN 4945 6.00 AK/EN 4950 6.00 AK/EN 4964 6.00

BA HONOURS MINOR: ENGLISH
The BA Honours minor in English may be combined with any approved Honours major Bachelor program within the Atkinson Faculty, Faculty of Arts, Faculty of Environmental Science, Faculty of Fine Arts, Faculty of Health or Faculty of Science and Engineering that offers a major/minor option. Please refer to programs of study. Minor – 30 credits including: Ii) A minimum of six credits from each of the three major periods (a total of 18 credits): Period 1: Medieval and Renaissance Period 2: 1660-1900 Period 3: 20th century ii) Of the 30 credits, students must complete 12 credits in 2000 level major courses. Students are strongly urged to take these 12 credits at the 2000 level within the first 24 major credits. At least 12 credits in the minor must be at the 3000 level or above. At least six credits in the minor must be at the 4000 level. ENGLISH COURSE LISTINGS FOR PERIOD REQUIREMENTS Period 1: Medieval and renaissance AK/EN AK/EN AK/EN AK/EN AK/EN AK/EN AK/EN AK/EN AK/EN 3100 3200 3240 3260 3328 3340 3410 4330 4336 6.00 6.00 6.00//GL/EN 3210 6.00 6.00//AK/HUMA 3330 6.00 6.00 6.00 6.00 6.00 6.00

Period 2: 1660-1900 AK/EN AK/EN AK/EN AK/EN AK/EN AK/EN AK/EN AK/EN AK/EN 3045 3500 3501 3520 3535 3620 3625 3710 3744 3.00//AK/HUMA 3326 3.00 3.00 3.00 6.00 3.00 6.00 6.00 6.00 3.00 (also Period 3)

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HISTORY
School of Arts and Letters
Room 625, Atkinson Building Tel: 416 736 5900 E-mail: aksal@yorku.ca

Residency requirement: At least 30 credits not used toward another academic program are to be taken at York University. Half the major credits must be taken through Atkinson. Graduating with a BA Honours degree: Students must pass at least 120 credits that meet Atkinson degree and program requirements. The cumulative grade point average for all courses must be at least 5.0.

Degree and program requirements
BA: HISTORY
90 credits including: General education requirements 24 credits including: Six Six Six Six credits credits credits credits 1000 1000 1000 1000 level level level level AK humanities AK social science SC natural science AK mathematics or AK modes of reasoning

BA HONOURS: HISTORY
120 credits including: General education requirements 24 credits including: Six Six Six Six credits credits credits credits 1000 1000 1000 1000 level level level level AK humanities AK social science SC natural science AK mathematics or AK modes of reasoning

Major – 42 credits including: Ii) A minimum of six credits chosen from North America (Canada and the US) ii) Six credits chosen from one of the following areas of concentration a) Europe b) Asia/Africa At least 12 credits in the major must be at the 4000 level. Students must complete at least 18 credits outside the major (not required for double major or major/minor). Upper level requirements: Of the 120 credits required for the degree, students must complete at least 36 credits at the 3000 level or above, including 18 credits at the 4000 level of which at least 12 credits must be in the major. Residency requirement: At least 30 credits not used toward another academic program are to be taken at York University. Half the major, double major, major/minor credits must be taken through Atkinson. Graduating with a BA Honours degree: Students must pass at least 120 credits that meet Atkinson degree and program requirements. The cumulative grade point average for all courses must be at least 5.0.

Major – 30 credits including: Ii) A minimum of six credits chosen from North America (Canada and the US) ii) Six credits chosen from one of the following areas of concentration a. Europe b. Asia/Africa At least 12 credits in the major must be at the 3000 level or above. Students must complete at least 18 credits outside the major. Upper level requirements: Of the 90 credits required for the degree, students must complete at least 18 credits at the 3000 level or above, including at least 12 credits in the major. Residency requirement: At least 30 credits not used toward another academic program are to be taken at York University. Half the major credits must be taken through Atkinson. Graduating with a BA degree: Students must pass at least 90 credits that meet Atkinson degree and program requirements. The cumulative grade point average for all courses must be at least 4.0.

BA SPECIALIZED HONOURS: HISTORY
120 credits including: General education requirements 24 credits including: Six Six Six Six credits credits credits credits 1000 1000 1000 1000 level level level level AK humanities AK social science SC natural science AK mathematics or AK modes of reasoning

BA HONOURS DOUBLE MAJOR: HISTORY
The BA Honours program in history may be pursued jointly with any other approved Honours major Bachelor program within the Atkinson Faculty, Faculty of Arts, Faculty of Environmental Science, Faculty of Fine Arts, Faculty of Health or Faculty of Science and Engineering that offers a double major option. Please refer to programs of study. Students must complete at least 42 credits in each major in conformity with the requirements of each program major. At least 12 credits in each major must be at the 4000 level. Please refer to Honours program for major requirements.

Major – 54 credits including: Ii) A minimum of six credits chosen from North America (Canada and the US) ii) Six credits chosen from one of the following areas of concentration a) Europe b) Asia/Africa At least 12 credits in the major must be at the 4000 level. Students must complete at least 18 credits outside the major. Upper level requirements: Of the 120 credits required for the degree, students must complete at least 36 credits at the 3000 level or above, including 18 credits at the 4000 level of which at least 12 credits must be in the major.

BA HONOURS MAJOR/MINOR: HISTORY
The BA Honours major program in history may be combined with any approved Honours minor Bachelor program within the Atkinson Faculty, Faculty of Arts, Faculty of Environmental Science, Faculty of Fine Arts, Faculty of Health or Faculty of Science and Engineering that offers a major/minor option. Please refer to programs of study. Students must complete at least 42 credits in the major in conformity with the requirements of the program major and at least 30 credits in the minor in conformity with the requirements of the program minor. At least 12 credits in the major must be at the 4000 level and at least six credits

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in the minor must be at the 4000 level. Please refer to Honours program for major requirements. For Honours minor please refer to requirements below.

BA SPECIALIZED HONOURS: HUMANITIES
120 credits including: General education requirements 24 credits including: Six Six Six Six credits credits credits credits 1000 1000 1000 1000 level level level level AK humanities AK social science SC natural science AK mathematics or AK modes of reasoning

BA HONOURS MINOR: HISTORY
The BA Honours minor in history may be combined with any approved Honours major Bachelor program within the Atkinson Faculty, Faculty of Arts, Faculty of Environmental Science, Faculty of Fine Arts, Faculty of Health or Faculty of Science and Engineering that offers a major/minor option. Please refer to programs of study. Minor – 30 credits including: Ii) A minimum of six credits chosen from North America (Canada and the US) ii) Six credits chosen from one of the following areas of concentration a) Europe b) Asia/Africa At least six credits in the minor must be at the 4000 level.

Major – 54 credits including: 54 credits at the 2000 level or above in humanities. At least 12 credits in the major must be at the 4000 level. Students must complete at least 18 credits outside the major. Upper level requirements: Of the 120 credits required for the degree, students must complete at least 36 credits at the 3000 level or above, including 18 credits at the 4000 level of which at least 12 credits must be in the major. Residency requirement: At least 30 credits not used toward another academic program are to be taken at York University. Half the major credits must be taken through Atkinson. Graduating with a BA Honours degree: Students must pass at least 120 credits that meet Atkinson degree and program requirements. The cumulative grade point average for all courses must be at least 5.0.

HUMANITIES
School of Arts and Letters
Room 625, Atkinson Building Tel: 416 736 5900 E-mail: aksal@yorku.ca

BA HONOURS: HUMANITIES
120 credits including: General education requirements 24 credits including: Six Six Six Six credits credits credits credits 1000 1000 1000 1000 level level level level AK humanities AK social science SC natural science AK mathematics or AK modes of reasoning

Degree and program requirements
BA: HUMANITIES
90 credits including: General education requirements 24 credits including: Six Six Six Six credits credits credits credits 1000 1000 1000 1000 level level level level AK humanities AK social science SC natural science AK mathematics or AK modes of reasoning

Major – 42 credits at the 2000 level or above in humanities. At least 12 credits in the major must be at the 4000 level. Students must complete at least 18 credits outside the major (not required for double major or major/minor). Upper level requirements: Of the 120 credits required for the degree, students must complete at least 36 credits at the 3000 level or above, including 18 credits at the 4000 level of which at least 12 credits must be in the major. Residency requirement: At least 30 credits not used toward another academic program are to be taken at York University. Half the major, double major, major/minor credits must be taken through Atkinson. Graduating with a BA Honours degree: Students must pass at least 120 credits that meet Atkinson degree and program requirements. The cumulative grade point average for all courses must be at least 5.0.

Major – 30 credits including: 30 credits at the 2000 level or above in humanities. At least 12 credits in the major must be at the 3000 level or above. Students must complete at least 18 credits outside the major. Upper level requirements: Of the 90 credits required for the degree, students must complete at least 18 credits at the 3000 level or above, including at least 12 credits in the major. Residency requirement: At least 30 credits not used toward another academic program are to be taken at York University. Half the major credits must be taken through Atkinson. Graduating with a BA degree: Students must pass at least 90 credits that meet Atkinson degree and program requirements. The cumulative grade point average for all courses must be at least 4.0.

BA HONOURS DOUBLE MAJOR: HUMANITIES
The Honours BA program in humanities may be pursued jointly with any other approved Honours major Bachelor program within the Atkinson Faculty, Faculty of Arts, Faculty of Environmental Science, Faculty of Fine Arts, Faculty of Health or Faculty of Science and Engineering that offers a double major option. Please refer to programs of study. Students must complete at least 42 credits in each major in conformity with the requirements of each program major. At least 12 credits in each major must be at the 4000 level. Please refer to Honours program for major requirements.

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BA HONOURS MAJOR/MINOR: HUMANITIES
The BA Honours major prorgam in humanities may be combined with any approved Honours minor Bachelor program within the Atkinson Faculty, Faculty of Arts, Faculty of Environmental Science, Faculty of Fine Arts, Faculty of Health or Faculty of Science and Engineering that offers a major/minor option. Please refer to programs of study. Students must complete at least 42 credits in the major in conformity with the requirements of the program major and at least 30 credits in the minor in conformity with the requirements of the program minor. At least 12 credits in the major must be at the 4000 level and at least six credits in the minor must be at the 4000 level. Please refer to Honours program for major requirements. For Honours minor please refer to requirements below. Major – 42 credits including: ii) ITEC core 30 credits: AK/ITEC 1000 3.00 AK/ITEC 1010 3.00 AK/ITEC 1620 3.00 AK/ITEC 1630 3.00 AK/ITEC 2010 3.00 AK/ITEC 2620 3.00 AK/ITEC 3210 3.00 AK/ITEC 3220 3.00 AK/ITEC 3230 3.00 and three credits from AK/ADMS 3521 3.00 or AK/ITEC 3020 3.00 or AK/ITEC 3325 3.00 ii) 12 additional credits as specified in the requirements for one of the six streams described below. At least 12 credits in the major must be completed at the 3000 level or above. Required credits outside the major: 18 credits including: AK/AS/SC/MATH 1190 3.00 AK/AS/SC/MATH 2320 3.00 AK/AS/SC/MATH 2565 3.00 Upper level requirements: Of the 90 credits required for the degree, students must complete at least 18 credits at the 3000 level or above, including at least 12 credits in the major. Residency requirement: At least 30 credits not used toward another academic program are to be taken at York University. Half the major credits must be taken through Atkinson. Graduating with a BA degree: Students must pass at least 90 credits that meet Atkinson degree and program requirements. The cumulative grade point average for all courses must be at least 4.0.

BA HONOURS MINOR: HUMANTIES
The BA Honours minor in humanities may be combined with any approved Honours major Bachelor program within the Atkinson Faculty, Faculty of Arts, Faculty of Environmental Science, Faculty of Fine Arts, Faculty of Health or Faculty of Science and Engineering that offers a major/minor option. Please refer to programs of study. MINOR – 30 credits including; At least 30 credits at the 2000 level or above in Humanities. At least six credits in the minor must be at the 4000 level.

INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY
School of Information Technology
Room 3069, Technology Enhanced Learning Building (TEL) Tel: 416 736 2100, ext. 33181

Degree and program requirements
Students prior to entry are required to have completed one 12U mathematics course or the equivalent within the last five years. General prerequisites for 3000 level or above courses: Students must have successfully completed all 1000 and 2000 level required courses in information technology and mathematics before taking courses in ITEC at the 3000 or 4000 level including earning a minimum grade of C in either AK/ITEC 1630 3.00 or AK/ITEC 2010 3.00. Program note: BA ITEC streams are not open to students completing a double major or major/minor.

BA SPECIALIZED HONOURS: INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY (with streams)
120 credits including: General education requirements 24 credits including: Six Six Six Six credits credits credits credits 1000 1000 1000 1000 level level level level AK humanities AK social science SC natural science AK mathematics or AK modes of reasoning

Major – 66 credits including: ii) ITEC core 54 credits: AK/ITEC AK/ITEC AK/ITEC AK/ITEC AK/ITEC AK/ITEC AK/ITEC 1000 1010 1620 1630 2010 2620 3020 3.00 3.00 3.00 3.00 3.00 3.00 3.00

BA: INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY (with streams)
90 credits including: General education requirements 24 credits including: Six Six Six Six credits credits credits credits 1000 1000 1000 1000 level level level level AK humanities AK social science SC natural science AK mathematics or AK modes of reasoning

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AK/ITEC 3210 3.00 AK/ITEC 3220 3.00 AK/ITEC 3230 3.00 AK/ITEC 4010 3.00 AK/ITEC 4020 3.00 AK/ITEC 4030 3.00 AK/ITEC 4040 3.00 AK/ITEC 4220 3.00 Nine additional credits chosen from; AK/ADMS 3521 3.00; AK/ITEC 3325 3.00; AK/ITEC 4000 3.00; AK/ITEC 4100 3.00; AK/ITEC 4305 3.00; AK/ITEC 4315 3.00 ii) 12 additional credits as specified in the requirements for one of the six streams described below. At least 12 credits in the major must be at the 4000 level. Required credits outside the major: 18 credits including: AK/AS/SC/MATH 1190 3.00 AK/AS/SC/MATH 2320 3.00 AK/AS/SC/MATH 2565 3.00 Upper level requirements: Of the 120 credits required for the degree, students must complete at least 36 credits at the 3000 level or above, including 18 credits at the 4000 level of which at least 12 credits must be in the major. Residency requirement: At least 30 credits not used toward another academic program are to be taken at York University. Half the major credits must be taken through Atkinson. Graduating with a BA Honours degree: Students must pass at least 120 credits that meet Atkinson degree and program requirements. The cumulative grade point average for all courses must be at least 5.0. Required credits outside the major: 18 credits including: AK/AS/SC/MATH 1190 3.00 AK/AS/SC/MATH 2320 3.00 AK/AS/SC/MATH 2565 3.00 Upper level requirements: Of the 120 credits required for the degree, students must complete at least 36 credits at the 3000 level or above, including 18 credits at the 4000 level of which at least 12 credits must be in the major. Residency requirement: At least 30 credits not used toward another academic program are to be taken at York University. Half the major credits must be taken through Atkinson. Graduating with a BA Honours degree: Students must pass at least 120 credits that meet Atkinson degree and program requirements. The cumulative grade point average for all courses must be at least 5.0.

BA HONOURS DOUBLE MAJOR: INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY
The BA Honours program in information technology may be pursued jointly with any other approved Honours major Bachelor program within the Atkinson Faculty, Faculty of Arts, Faculty of Environmental Science, Faculty of Fine Arts, Faculty of Health or Faculty of Science and Engineering that offers a double major option except Computer Science. Please refer to programs of study. Students wishing to combine a major in ITEC with a major in another discipline or field of study must follow the requirements below. (This option does not include a stream.) Students must complete at least 42 credits in each major in conformity with the requirements of each program major. At least 12 credits in each major must be at the 4000 level. Please refer to Honours program for major requirements. 120 credits including: General education requirements 24 credits including: Six Six Six Six credits credits credits credits 1000 1000 1000 1000 level level level level AK humanities AK social science SC natural science AK mathematics or AK modes of reasoning

BA HONOURS: INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY (with streams)
120 credits including: General education requirements 24 credits including: Six Six Six Six credits credits credits credits 1000 1000 1000 1000 level level level level AK humanities AK social science SC natural science AK mathematics or AK modes of reasoning

Major – 42 credits including: ITEC core: AK/ITEC AK/ITEC AK/ITEC AK/ITEC AK/ITEC AK/ITEC AK/ITEC AK/ITEC AK/ITEC AK/ITEC AK/ITEC AK/ITEC 1000 1010 1620 1630 2010 2620 3020 3210 3220 3230 4010 4020 3.00 3.00 3.00 3.00 3.00 3.00 3.00 3.00 3.00 3.00 3.00 3.00

Major – 54 credits including: ii) ITEC core 42 credits: AK/ITEC AK/ITEC AK/ITEC AK/ITEC AK/ITEC AK/ITEC AK/ITEC AK/ITEC AK/ITEC AK/ITEC AK/ITEC AK/ITEC 1000 1010 1620 1630 2010 2620 3020 3210 3220 3230 4010 4020 3.00 3.00 3.00 3.00 3.00 3.00 3.00 3.00 3.00 3.00 3.00 3.00

Six additional credits chosen from; AK/ITEC 4000 3.00; AK/ITEC 4030 3.00; AK/ITEC 4040 3.00; AK/ITEC 4100 3.00; AK/ITEC 4220 3.00; AK/ITEC 4305 3.00; AK/ITEC 4315 3.00 ii) 12 additional credits as specified in the requirements for one of the six streams described below. At least 12 credits in the major must be at the 4000 level.

Six additional credits chosen from; AK/ITEC 4000 3.00; AK/ITEC 4030 3.00; AK/ITEC 4040 3.00; AK/ITEC 4100 3.00; AK/ITEC 4220 3.00; AK/ITEC 4305 3.00; AK/ITEC 4315 3.00 At least 12 credits in the major must be at the 4000 level.

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Required credits outside the major: AK/AS/SC/MATH 1190 3.00 AK/AS/SC/MATH 2320 3.00 AK/AS/SC/MATH 2565 3.00 Upper level requirements: Of the 120 credits required for the degree, students must complete at least 36 credits at the 3000 level or above, including at least 12 credits in each major at the 4000 level. Residency requirement: At least 30 credits not used toward another academic program are to be taken at York University. Half the double major credits must be taken through Atkinson. Graduating with a BA Honours degree: Students must pass at least 120 credits that meet Atkinson degree and program requirements. The cumulative grade point average for all courses must be at least 5.0. Required credits outside the major: AK/AS/SC/MATH 1190 3.00 AK/AS/SC/MATH 2320 3.00 AK/AS/SC/MATH 2565 3.00 Upper level requirements: Of the 120 credits required for the degree, students must complete at least 36 credits at the 3000 level or above, including at least 12 credits in each major at the 4000 level. Residency Requirement: At least 30 credits not used toward another academic program are to be taken at York University. Half the major/minor credits must be taken through Atkinson. Graduating with a BA Honours degree: Students must pass at least 120 credits that meet Atkinson degree and program requirements. The cumulative grade point average for all courses must be at least 5.0.

BA HONOURS MAJOR/MINOR: INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY
The BA Honours major program in information technology may be combined with any approved Honours minor Bachelor program within the Atkinson Faculty, Faculty of Arts, Faculty of Environmental Science, Faculty of Fine Arts, Faculty of Health or Faculty of Science and Engineering that offers a major/minor option except Computer Science. Please refer to programs of study. Students wishing to combine a major in ITEC with a minor in another discipline or field of study must follow the requirements below. (This option does not include a stream.) Students must complete at least 42 credits in the major in conformity with the requirements of the program major and at least 30 credits in the minor in conformity with the requirements of the program minor. At least 12 credits in the major must be at the 4000 level and at least six credits in the minor must be at the 4000 level. Please refer to Honours program for major requirements. For Honours minor please refer to requirements below. 120 credits including: General education requirements 24 credits including: Six Six Six Six credits credits credits credits 1000 1000 1000 1000 level level level level AK humanities AK social science SC natural science AK mathematics or AK modes of reasoning

BA HONOURS MINOR: INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY
The BA Honours minor in information technology may be combined with any approved Honours major/minor bachelor program within the Atkinson Faculty, Faculty of Arts, Faculty of Environmental Science, Faculty of Fine Arts, Faculty of Health or Faculty of Science and Engineering that offers a major/minor option except Computer Science. Please refer to programs of study. MINOR – 33 credits including: AK/ITEC AK/ITEC AK/ITEC AK/ITEC AK/ITEC AK/ITEC AK/ITEC AK/ITEC AK/ITEC 1000 1010 1620 1630 2010 2620 3210 3220 3230 3.00 3.00 3.00 3.00 3.00 3.00 3.00 3.00 3.00

Six additional credits chosen from; AK/ITEC 4000 3.00; AK/ITEC 4010 3.00; AK/ITEC 4030 3.00; AK/ITEC 4040 3.00; AK/ITEC 4100 3.00; AK/ITEC 4220 3.00; AK/ITEC 4305 3.00; AK/ITEC 4315 3.00 At least six credits in the minor must be at the 4000 level. Required credits outside the minor: AK/AS/SC/MATH 1190 3.00 AK/AS/SC/MATH 2320 3.00 AK/AS/SC/MATH 2565 3.00

Major – 42 credits including: ITEC core: AK/ITEC AK/ITEC AK/ITEC AK/ITEC AK/ITEC AK/ITEC AK/ITEC AK/ITEC AK/ITEC AK/ITEC AK/ITEC AK/ITEC 1000 1010 1620 1630 2010 2620 3020 3210 3220 3230 4010 4020 3.00 3.00 3.00 3.00 3.00 3.00 3.00 3.00 3.00 3.00 3.00 3.00

BA ITEC Streams:
(not open to students completing a double major or major/minor) Communications studies stream ii) ITEC core ii) 12 additional credits chosen from: AK/CLTR 2210 6.00 AK/SOSC 3300 6.00 AK/SOSC 3490 6.00 AK/SOSC 3575 6.00 AS/SOSC 2311 6.00 AS/SOSC 2312 6.00/9.00 AS/SOSC 2313 6.00 AS/SOSC 2314 6.00/9.00

Six additional credits chosen from; AK/ITEC 4000 3.00; AK/ITEC 4030 3.00; AK/ITEC 4040 3.00; AK/ITEC 4100 3.00; AK/ITEC 4220 3.00; AK/ITEC 4305 3.00; AK/ITEC 4315 3.00 At least 12 credits in the major must be at the 4000 level.

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Health industry stream ii) ITEC core ii) 12 additional credits chosen from: HH/HLST 2040 3.00 HH/HLST 3320 3.00 HH/HLST 3341 3.00 HH/HLST 4320 3.00 HH/HLST 4330 3.00 HH/NURS 3200 3.00 HH/NURS 3210 3.00 HH/NURS 3220 3.00 HH/NURS 3230 3.00 Management stream ii) ITEC core ii) 12 additional credits as follows: AK/ADMS AK/ADMS AK/ADMS AK/ADMS 1000 1010 2400 3930 3.00 3.00 3.00 3.00 the Honours program must complete 78 credits prior to taking the 4000 level courses for the stream. Technical and professional writing stream ii) ITEC core ii) 12 additional credits as follows: GL/TRAN GL/TRAN GL/TRAN GL/TRAN 3310 4310 4320 4330 3.00 3.00 3.00 3.00 (EN) (EN) (EN) (EN)

Note: Students choosing this option for whom English is a second language are advised that they must have equivalent to native ability in English. To remain in the technical and professional writing option, a student must achieve a minimum grade of C+ in each course. Upon completing the option, students may take a final comprehensive examination for the certificate in technical and professional writing. Technology and society stream ii) ITEC core ii) 12 additional credits chosen from: AK/PHIL 3776 3.00 AS/HUMA 2920 9.00 AS/HUMA 3920 6.00 AS/HUMA 3923 6.00 AS/HUMA 3925 6.00//SC/STS 3925 6.00 AS/HUMA 4230 6.00 AS/SOCI 4930 6.00 AK/SOSC 3300 6.00 AS/SOSC 3785 6.00 AS/SOSC 3393 6.00 SC/STS 2411 6.00//AS/HUMA 2411 6.00//AS/SOSC 2411 6.00 SC/STS 2700 3.00//AS/SOSC 2700 3.00 SC/STS 3500 3.00//AS/SOSC 3500 3.00 SC/STS 3561 3.00//AS/SOSC 3561 3.00//AK/HIST 3130 3.00 SC/STS 3600 6.00//AS/SOSC 3600 6.00 SC/STS 3700 6.00//AS/HUMA 3700 6.00 SC/STS 3790 6.00//AS/SOSC 3790 6.00

Marketing stream i) ITEC core ii) 12 additional credits as follows: AK/ADMS 2200 3.00 AK/ADMS 3220 3.00 AK/ADMS 4220 3.00 Three additional credits chosen from: AK/ADMS 4235 3.00 AK/ADMS 4240 3.00 AK/ADMS 4255 3.00 AK/ADMS 4260 3.00 Note: ADMS 2200 3.00 is the prerequisite course for the balance of courses required in the stream. Those students who are in the BA program must complete ADMS 2200 3.00 with a grade of C+ prior to taking the 4000 level courses for the stream. Those students who are in

Program Notes: The following chart refers only to courses completed prior to entry to the BA ITEC program. ITEC Program course AK/ITEC 1620 3.00 AK/ITEC 2620 3.00 AK/ITEC 3220 3.00 AK/ITEC 3230 3.00 AK/ITEC 1000 3.00 ITEC program course substitutes if completed prior to entering the program AK/AS/SC CSE 1020 3.00 AK/AS/SC CSE 1030 3.00 AK/AS/SC CSE 3421 3.00 AK/AS/SC CSE 3461 3.00 Students who have successfully completed CSE courses prior to entering the program may replace ITEC 1000 3.00 with any CSE course that has not already been used towards the fulfillment of another requirement. Should no course remain, students may replace ITEC 1000 3.00 with any ITEC course not specifically required for completion of the major core. AK/AS/SC MATH 1550 6.00 completed prior to entering the program AK/AS/SC MATH 2560 3.00, AK/AS/SC MATH 2570 3.00, AK/AS/SC MATH 1131 3.00 completed prior to entering the program

AK/AS/SC/MATH 2320 3.00 and AK/AS/SC MATH 2565 3.00 AK/AS/SC MATH 2565 3.00

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PHILOSOPHY
School of Arts and Letters Room 625, Atkinson Building Tel: 416 736 5900 E-mail: aksal@yorku.ca

Students must complete at least 18 credits outside the major at the 3000 level or above. Upper level requirements: Of the 120 credits required for the degree, students must complete at least 30 credits at the 3000 level or above and 18 credits at the 4000 level. Residency requirement: At least 30 credits not used toward another academic program are to be taken at York University. Half the major credits must be taken through Atkinson. Graduating with a BA Honours degree: Students must pass at least 120 credits that meet Atkinson degree and program requirements. The cumulative grade point average for all courses must be at least 5.0. Social philosophy: AK/AS/PHIL 2010 3.00, AK/AS/PHIL 2025 3.00, AK/AS/PHIL 2070 3.00, AK/AS/PHIL 2080 3.00, AK/AS/PHIL 2120 3.00, AK/AS/PHIL 2420 3.00, AK/AS/PHIL 3030 3.00, AK/PHIL 3080 3.00, AK/PHIL 3120 3.00, AK/PHIL 3125 3.00, AK/PHIL 3145 3.00, AK/PHIL 3620 6.00, AK/PHIL 3690 3.00, AK/PHIL 3750 6.00, AK/PHIL 4050A 3.00. Foundations and history of philosophy: AK/AS/PHIL 1000 6.00 (recommended strongly) Applied critical thought: AK/PHIL 1002 6.00, AK/AS/PHIL 1100 3.00, AK/AS/PHIL 2050 6.00, AK/AS/PHIL 2060 3.00, AK/AS/PHIL 2070 3.00, AK/AS/PHIL 2075 3.00, AK/PHIL 2090 3.00, AK/PHIL 2110 3.00, AK/PHIL 2130 3.00, AK/PHIL 2240 3.00, AK/AS/PHIL 2250 3.00, AK/PHIL 2500 3.00, AK/PHIL 3095 6.00, AK/AS/PHIL 3110 3.00, AK/AS/PHIL 3120 3.00, AK/AS/PHIL 3125 3.00, AK/PHIL 3280 3.00, AK/AS/PHIL 3770 3.00, AK/PHIL 3774 3.00, AK/AS/PHIL 4295 6.00. Philosophy of mind: AK/AS/PHIL 1100 3.00, AK/AS/PHIL 2025 3.00, AK/AS/PHIL 2080 3.00, AK/AS/PHIL 2160 3.00, AK/PHIL 2240 3.00, AK/AS/PHIL 2420 3.00, AK/PHIL 3035 3.00, AK/AS/PHIL 3120 3.00, AK/AS/PHIL 3125 3.00, AK/PHIL 3260 3.00, AK/PHIL 3280 3.00, AK/AS/PHIL 3635 3.00. Ethical issues: AK/AS/PHIL 1000 6.00, AK/PHIL 1002 6.00, AK/AS/PHIL 1100 AK/AS/PHIL 2050 6.00, AK/AS/PHIL 2060 3.00, AK/AS/PHIL 2070 AK/AS/PHIL 2075 3.00, AK/AS/PHIL 2120 3.00, AK/PHIL 2170 AK/AS/PHIL 2250 3.00, AK/AS/PHIL 2420 3.00, AK/AS/PHIL 2450 AK/AS/PHIL 3110 3.00, AK/AS/PHIL 3120 3.00, AK/AS/PHIL 3125 AK/PHIL 3570 3.00, AK/PHIL 3770 3.00, AK/PHIL 3774 3.00. General issues: To include six credits in philosophy at the 1000 and/or 2000 level, six credits in problems (from social philosophy, and/or applied critical thought and/or ethical issues lists); six credits in theory (from foundations and history of philosophy and/or philosophy of mind) in a flexible but structured program, individually tailored to the student’s needs and wishes and agreed upon with the coordinator of philosophy. Related certificates: Certificate in practical ethics or certificate in professional ethics may be taken concurrently with the degree. 3.00, 3.00, 3.00, 3.00, 3.00,

Degree and Program Requirements
Prerequisite: A general education course in mathematics or modes of reasoning, which may be taken concurrently with permission of the coordinator of philosophy. Note: Most philosophy courses do not have any further prerequisites.

BA: PHILOSOPHY
90 credits including; General education requirements 24 credits including: Six Six Six Six credits credits credits credits 1000 1000 1000 1000 level level level level AK humanities AK social science SC natural science AK mathematics or AK modes of reasoning

Major – 30 credits including: 30 credits in philosophy, at least 18 credits of which must be chosen from one of the areas of concentration listed below. This program must be agreed upon by the student’s faculty adviser. Please consult the coordinator of philosophy for further requirements. Students must complete at least 18 credits outside the major. Upper level requirements: Of the 90 credits required for the degree, students must complete at least 30 credits at the 3000 level or above. Residency requirement: At least 30 credits not used toward another academic program are to be taken at York University. Half the major credits must be taken through Atkinson. Graduating with a BA degree: Students must pass at least 90 credits that meet Atkinson degree and program requirements. The cumulative grade point average for all courses must be at least 4.0.

BA SPECIALIZED HONOURS: PHILOSOPHY
120 credits including General education requirements 24 credits including: Six Six Six Six credits credits credits credits 1000 1000 1000 1000 level level level level AK humanities AK social science SC natural science AK mathematics or AK modes of reasoning

Major – 48 credits including: 48 credits in philosophy, including those required for the BA degree plus 18 credits at the 4000 level, including AK/PHIL 4100 6.00 and AK/AS/PHIL 4295 6.00//AK/ADMS 4295 6.00 Six credits at the 4000 level must draw upon and continue the development of work already completed in the student’s area of concentration and be approved by his or her adviser.

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POLITICAL SCIENCE
School of Social Sciences
Room 303, Atkinson Building Tel: 416 736 5235 E-mail: ssocials@yorku.ca

36 credits in other political science courses, including at least 18 credits at the 4000 level. Students must complete at least 18 credits outside the major. Upper level requirements: Of the 120 credits required for the degree, students must complete at least 36 credits at the 3000 level or above, including 18 credits at the 4000 level of which at least 12 credits must be in the major. Residency requirement: At least 30 credits not used toward another academic program are to be taken at York University. Half the major credits must be taken through Atkinson. Graduating with a BA Honours degree: Students must pass at least 120 credits that meet Atkinson degree and program requirements. The cumulative grade point average for all courses must be at least 5.0.

Degree and program requirements
Program note: Upon choosing political science as their major, students are welcome to contact the undergraduate program director in order that they may be assigned an adviser to assist in developing their major program. Streams in political science Among the courses taken for the BA or BA (Specialized Honours) in political science, students may select an integrated set of courses for a stream in political economy or a stream in public administration and public policy or a stream in work and the workplace.

Political Science: Stream in political economy
BA: POLITICAL SCIENCE – Stream in political economy
90 credits including: General education requirements 24 credits including: Six Six Six Six credits credits credits credits 1000 1000 1000 1000 level level level level AK humanities AK social science SC natural science AK mathematics or AK modes of reasoning

BA: POLITICAL SCIENCE
90 credits including: General education requirements 24 credits including: Six Six Six Six credits credits credits credits 1000 1000 1000 1000 level level level level AK humanities AK social science SC natural science AK mathematics or AK modes of reasoning

Major – 30 credits including: 30 credits in political science including: AK/POLS 2410 6.00//AS/POLS 1000 6.00//AK/PPAS 1000 6.00 and AK/AS/POLS 2900 6.00//AK/PPAS 2900 6.00//AK/PHIL 2440 6.00 and AK/AS/POLS 2910 6.00//AK/PPAS 2910 6.00 and At least 12 credits in political science must be at the 3000 level or above. Students must complete at least 18 credits outside the major. Upper level requirements: Of the 90 credits required for the degree, students must complete at least 18 credits at the 3000 level or above, including at least 12 credits in the major. Residency requirement: At least 30 credits not used toward another academic program are to be taken at York University. Half the major credits must be taken through Atkinson. Graduating with a BA degree: Students must pass at least 90 credits that meet Atkinson degree and program requirements. The cumulative grade point average for all courses must be at least 4.0.

Major – 42 credits including: AK/POLS 2410 6.00//AS/POLS 1000 6.00//AK/PPAS 1000 6.00 and AK/AS/POLS 2900 6.00//AK/PPAS 2900 6.00//AK/PHIL 2440 6.00 and AK/AS/POLS 2910 6.00//AK/PPAS 2910 6.00 and 24 additional credits from the stream in political economy, including at least six credits in Group A and an additional 18 credits in Group A or B. At least six of the additional credits from the stream must be at the 3000 level or above. At least 12 credits in the major must be at the 3000 level or above. Students must complete at least 18 credits outside the major. Upper level requirements: Of the 90 credits required for the degree, students must complete at least 18 credits at the 3000 level or above, including at least 12 credits in the major. Residency requirement: At least 30 credits not used toward another academic program are to be taken at York University. Half the major credits must be taken through Atkinson. Graduating with a BA degree: Students must pass at least 90 credits that meet Atkinson degree and program requirements. The cumulative grade point average for all courses must be at least 4.0.

BA SPECIALIZED HONOURS: POLITICAL SCIENCE
120 credits including: General education requirements 24 credits including: Six Six Six Six credits credits credits credits 1000 1000 1000 1000 level level level level AK humanities AK social science SC natural science AK mathematics or AK modes of reasoning

BA SPECIALIZED HONOURS: POLITICAL SCIENCE – Stream in political economy
120 credits including: General education requirements 24 credits including: Six Six Six Six credits credits credits credits 1000 1000 1000 1000 level level level level AK humanities AK social science SC natural science AK mathematics or AK modes of reasoning

Major – 54 including: 54 credits in political science including: AK/POLS 2410 6.00//AS/POLS 1000 6.00//AK/PPAS 1000 6.00 and AK/AS/POLS 2900 6.00//AK/PPAS 2900 6.00//AK/PHIL 2440 6.00 and AK/AS/POLS 2910 6.00//AK/PPAS 2910 6.00 and

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Major – 54 credits including: AK/POLS 2410 6.00//AS/POLS 1000 6.00//AK/PPAS 1000 6.00 and AK/AS/POLS 2900 6.00//AK/PPAS 2900 6.00//AK/PHIL 2440 6.00 and AK/AS/POLS 2910 6.00//AK/PPAS 2910 6.00 and 12 credits in political science at the 4000 level outside the stream 24 additional credits from the stream in political economy, including at least six credits in Group A and an additional 18 credits in Group A or B. At least six of the additional credits from the stream must be at the 4000 level (e.g. POLS 4170 6.00) Students must complete at least 18 credits outside the major. Upper level requirements: Of the 120 credits required for the degree, students must complete at least 36 credits at the 3000 level or above, including 18 credits at the 4000 level of which at least 12 credits must be in the major. Residency requirement: At least 30 credits not used toward another academic program are to be taken at York University. Half the major credits must be taken through Atkinson. Graduating with a BA Honours degree: Students must pass at least 120 credits that meet Atkinson degree and program requirements. The cumulative grade point average for all courses must be at least 5.0. Major – 48 credits including: AK/POLS 2410 6.00//AS/POLS 1000 6.00//AK/PPAS 1000 6.00 and AK/AS/POLS 2900 6.00//AK/PPAS 2900 6.00//AK/PHIL 2440 6.00 and AK/AS/POLS 2910 6.00//AK/PPAS 2910 6.00 and AK/POLS 3410 6.00//AK/PPAS 3410 6.00, and 24 additional credits in the stream drawn from the public administration and public policy course list below. At least six of the additional credits will be selected from political science courses and at least 12 of the additional credits will be selected from disciplines other than political science. At least 12 credits in the major must be at the 3000 level or above. Students must complete at least 18 credits outside the major. Upper level requirements: Of the 90 credits required for the degree, students must complete at least 18 credits at the 3000 level or above, including at least 12 credits in the major. Residency requirement: At least 30 credits not used toward another academic program are to be taken at York University. Half the major credits must be taken through Atkinson. Graduating with a BA degree: Students must pass at least 90 credits that meet Atkinson degree and program requirements. The cumulative grade point average for all courses must be at least 4.0.

Political Economy Stream Courses
Group A AK/POLS 3125 6.00//AK/SOCI 3125 6.00 AK/POLS 3700 6.00 Group B AK/AS/GEOG 3650 6.00 AK/POLS 3410 6.00//AK/PPAS 3410 6.00 AK/POLS 3740 6.00//AK/SOCI 3745 6.00 AK/POLS 3790 6.00//AK/SOCI 3790 6.00 AK/POLS 4181 6.00 AK/POLS 4600 6.00 AK/SOSC 2000 6.00//AS/GEOG 2310 6.00 AK/SOSC 3300 6.00 † AK/SOSC 3380 6.00//AS/SOSC 3130 6.00//GL/WKST 3610 6.00// AK/AS/GL/WMST 3510 6.00 AK/SOSC 3528 6.00//AK/AS/GL/WMST 3528 6.00 AK/SOSC 3560 6.00 AK/SOCI 3540 6.00//AK/SOSC 3320 6.00 # AK/SOCI 3860 6.00//AK/SOSC 3730 6.00
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BA SPECIALIZED HONOURS: POLITICAL SCIENCE – Stream in public administration and public policy
120 credits including: General education requirements 24 credits including: Six Six Six Six credits credits credits credits 1000 1000 1000 1000 level level level level AK humanities AK social science SC natural science AK mathematics or AK modes of reasoning

Major – 60 credits including: AK/POLS 2410 6.00//AS/POLS 1000 6.00//AK/PPAS 1000 6.00 and AK/AS/POLS 2900 6.00//AK/PPAS 2900 6.00//AK/PHIL 2440 6.00 and AK/AS/POLS 2910 6.00//AK/PPAS 2910 6.00 and AK/POLS 3410 6.00//AK/PPAS 3410 6.00 and AK/POLS 4200 6.00 and Six credits in economics at the 1000 level Six credits in research methods An additional 18 credits in the area of specialization drawn from the public administration and public policy course list, including at least 12 credits at the 4000 level. The research methods courses are identified with an asterisk (*) in the list below. Students must complete at least 18 credits outside the major. Upper level requirements: Of the 120 credits required for the degree, students must complete at least 36 credits at the 3000 level or above, including 18 credits at the 4000 level of which at least 12 credits must be in the major. Residency requirement: At least 30 credits not used toward another academic program are to be taken at York University. Half the major credits must be taken through Atkinson. Graduating with a BA Honours degree: Students must pass at least 120 credits that meet Atkinson degree and program requirements. The cumulative grade point average for all courses must be at least 5.0.

Not open to students who are taking or have taken AK/SOSC 3380 6.00//AK/AS/GL/WMST 3510 6.00. Not open to students who are taking or have taken AK/SOCI 3860 6.00//AK/SOSC 3730 6.00.

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Political Science: Stream in public administration and public policy
BA: POLITICAL SCIENCE – Stream in public administration and public policy
90 credits including: General education requirements 24 credits including: Six Six Six Six credits credits credits credits 1000 1000 1000 1000 level level level level AK humanities AK social science SC natural science AK mathematics or AK modes of reasoning

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Public Administration and Public Policy Stream Courses
AK/POLS 3135 3.00//AK/PPAS 3135 3.00//AK/SOCI 3135 3.00// AS/GL/POLS 3135 3.00 AK/POLS 3136 3.00//AK/PPAS 3136 3.00//AK/SOCI 3135 6.00// AS/GL/POLS 3136 3.00 AK/POLS 3410 6.00//AK/PPAS 3410 6.00, AK/POLS 4200 6.00 AK/ADMS 1000 3.00, AK/ADMS 2320 3.00*, AK/ADMS 2500 3.00, AK/ADMS 2510 3.00, AK/ADMS 2600 3.00, AK/ADMS 3352 3.00*, AK/ADMS 3440 3.00 AK/ECON 1000 3.00 AK/ECON 1010 3.00 AK/ECON 3470 3.00* AK/ECON 3480 3.00* AK/ECON 3590 6.00 AK/ECON 3810 3.00 HH/NURS 3710 6.00 AK/PHIL 3570 3.00 AK/POLS 3570 6.00//AK/SOCI 3570 6.00 AK/SOCI 3310 6.00* AK/SOCI 4240 6.00 AK/SOSC 4740 6.00//AK/SOCI 4380 6.00

BA SPECIALIZED HONOURS: POLITICAL SCIENCE – Stream in Work in the Workplace
120 credits including: General education requirements 24 credits including: Six Six Six Six credits credits credits credits 1000 1000 1000 1000 level level level level AK humanities AK social science SC natural science AK mathematics or AK modes of reasoning

Major – 54 credits including: AK/POLS 2410 6.00//AS/POLS 1000 6.00//AK/PPAS 1000 6.00 and AK/AS/POLS 2900 6.00//AK/PPAS 2900 6.00//AK/PHIL 2440 6.00 and AK/AS/POLS 2910 6.00//AK/PPAS 2910 6.00 and 12 credits in political science at the 4000 level outside the stream. 24 additional credits from the stream in work and the workplace, including at least 12 credits in Group A and an additional 12 credits in Group A or B. At least six of the additional credits from the stream must be at the 4000 level. At least 12 credits in major must be at the 4000 level. Students must complete at least 18 credits outside the major. Upper level requirements: Of the 120 credits required for the degree, students must complete at least 36 credits at the 3000 level or above, including 18 credits at the 4000 level of which at least 12 credits must be in the major. Residency requirement: At least 30 credits not used toward another academic program are to be taken at York University. Half the major credits must be taken through Atkinson. Graduating with a BA Honours degree: Students must pass at least 120 credits that meet Atkinson degree and program requirements. The cumulative grade point average for all courses must be at least 5.0.

Political Science: Stream in work and the workplace
Prerequisite: General education course – AK/SOSC 1740 6.00 or permission of the undergraduate program director for students with equivalents.

BA: POLITICAL SCIENCE – Stream in Work in the Workplace
90 credits including: General education requirements 24 credits including: Six Six Six Six credits credits credits credits 1000 1000 1000 1000 level level level level AK humanities AK social science SC natural science AK mathematics or AK modes of reasoning

Work and the Workplace Stream Courses
Group A AK/POLS 3740 6.00//AK/SOCI 3745 6.00 (cross-listed to AK/SOCI 3745 6.00), AK/POLS 4600 6.00 † AK/SOSC 3380 6.00//AS/SOSC 3130 6.00//GL/WKST 3610 6.00// AK/AS/GL/WMST 3510 6.00 AK/SOSC 3410 6.00//AK/SOCI 3410 6.00 AK/SOCI 3680 6.00//AK/POLS 3680 6.00//AK/SOSC 3680 6.00 # AK/SOCI 3860 6.00//AK/SOSC 3730 6.00 AK/AS/GL/WMST 3531 3.00
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Major – 42 credits including: AK/POLS 2410 6.00//AS/POLS 1000 6.00//AK/PPAS 1000 6.00 and AK/AS/POLS 2900 6.00//AK/PPAS 2900 6.00//AK/PHIL 2440 6.00 and AK/AS/POLS 2910 6.00//AK/PPAS 2910 6.00 and 24 additional credits from the stream in work and the workplace, including at least 12 credits in Group A and an additional 12 credits in Group A or B. At least 12 credits in the major must be at the 3000 level or above. Students must complete at least 18 credits outside the major. Upper level requirements: Of the 90 credits required for the degree, students must complete at least 18 credits at the 3000 level or above, including at least 12 credits in the major. Residency requirement: At least 30 credits not used toward another academic program are to be taken at York University. Half the major credits must be taken through Atkinson. Graduating with a BA degree: Students must pass at least 90 credits that meet Atkinson degree and program requirements. The cumulative grade point average for all courses must be at least 4.0.

Not open to students who are taking or have taken AK/SOSC 3380 6.00//AK/AS/GL/WMST 3510 6.00. Not open to students who are taking or have taken AK/SOCI 3860 6.00.

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Group B AK/GEOG 3410 6.00//AK/SOSC 3302 6.00 AK/POLS 3700 6.00, AK/POLS 3761 3.00, AK/POLS 3762 3.00, AK/POLS 4181 6.00 AK/SOSC 3300 6.00, AK/SOSC 3370 6.00//AK/SOCI 3370 6.0//AK/AS/GL/WMST 3801 6.00 AK/SOSC 3510 6.00, AK/SOSC 4740 6.00//AK/SOCI 4380 6.00 AK/SOCI 3480 6.00, AK/SOCI 4120 3.00

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Course Substitutes Subject to course exclusions, program requirements/restrictions, and residence requirements, the following courses are acceptable substitutes for the purpose of meeting program requirements. Program Course AK/POLS 2410 6.00 AK/POLS 2900 6.00 AK/POLS 2910 6.00 AK/POLS 3125 6.00 AK/POLS 3700 6.00 AK/ECON 1000 3.00 AK/ECON 1010 3.00 Course Substitutes GL/POLS 1400 6.00 AK/POLS 2440 6.00, AS/POLS 2040 6.00, AK/PHIL 2440 6.00 AK/POLS 3420 6.00, AS/POLS 2100 6.00, AS/POLS 2610 6.00, GL/POLS 2600 6.00 AK/POLS 3580 6.00, AK/SOCI 3390U 6.00, AK/SOCI 3585 6.00 AS/POLS 3270 3.00 and AS/POLS 3275 3.00 AS/ECON 1000 3.00, GL/ECON 2500 3.00 AS/ECON 1010 3.00, GL/ECON 2510 3.00 Six credits selected from the following: AK/EN 3839 3.00 AK/EN 3950 3.00//AK/HUMA 3660 3.00 AK/HIST 3240 6.00//AK/SOCI 3240 6.00 HH/HLST 4130 3.00 AK/HUMA 3480 6.00 AK/HUMA 3482 6.00 AK/POLS 3125 6.00//AK/SOCI 3125 6.00 AK/SOCI 3580 6.00//AKSOSC 3350 6.00 AK/SOCI 3680 6.00//AK/POLS 3680 6.00//AK/SOSC 3680 6.00 AK/SOCI 3850 6.00//AK/POLS 3562 6.00//AK/SOSC 3620 6.00 AK/SOSC 2050 6.00 AK/SOSC 3370 6.00//AK/SOCI 3370 6.00//AK/AS/GL/WMST 3801 6.00 AK/AS/GL/WMST 3536 3.00 At least 12 credits in the major must be at the 3000 level or above. Upper level requirements: Of the 90 credits required for the degree, students must complete at least 18 credits at the 3000 level or above, including at least 12 credits in the major. Residency requirement: At least 30 credits not used toward another academic program are to be taken at York University. Half the major credits must be taken through Atkinson. Graduating with a BA degree: Students must pass at least 90 credits that meet Atkinson degree and program requirements. The cumulative grade point average for all courses must be at least 4.0.

PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION AND JUSTICE STUDIES
School of Public Policy and Administration
Room 147, Atkinson Building Tel: 416 736 5384 Fax: 416 736 5382 E-mail: ppasch@yorku.ca

BA SPECIALIZED HONOURS: PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION AND JUSTICE STUDIES
120 credits including: General education requirements 24 credits including: Six Six Six Six credits credits credits credits 1000 1000 1000 1000 level level level level AK humanities AK social science SC natural science AK mathematics or AK modes of reasoning

Degree and program requirements
Students prior to entry are required to have completed one 12U mathematics course or the equivalent.

BA: PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION AND JUSTICE STUDIES
90 credits including: General education requirements 24 credits including: Six Six Six Six credits credits credits credits 1000 1000 1000 1000 level level level level AK humanities AK social science SC natural science AK mathematics or AK modes of reasoning

Major – 78 credits including: 66 credits as follows: AK/ADMS 1000 3.00 AK/ADMS 1500 3.00 AK/ADMS 2400 3.00 AK/ADMS 2600 3.00 AK/ADMS 3410 3.00 AK/ADMS 3440 3.00 AK/ADMS 3900 3.00 AK/ADMS 4440 3.00 AK/PPAS 2200 3.00//AK/POLS 2200 3.00 AK/AS/GL/POLS 3136 3.00//AK/SOCI 3136 3.00//AK/PPAS 3136 3.00 AK/POLS 3140 3.00 AK/POLS 3410 6.00//AK/PPAS 3410 6.00 AK/SOCI 2420 3.00//AK/PPAS 2420 3.00 AK/SOCI 3630 6.00//AK/SOSC 3603 6.00 AK/PPAS 4070 6.00//AK/SOCI 4070 6.00 AK/SOSC 3890 6.00//AK/POLS 3720 6.00//AK/SOCI 3750 6.00 AK/PPAS 4130 6.00//AK/POLS 4130 6.00 12 credits selected from the following: AK/EN 3839 3.00 AK/EN 3950 3.00//AK/HUMA 3660 3.00 AK/HIST 3240 6.00//AK/SOCI 3240 6.00

Major – 54 credits including: 48 credits as follows: AK/ADMS 1000 3.00 AK/ADMS 1500 3.00 AK/ADMS 2400 3.00 AK/ADMS 2600 3.00 AK/ADMS 3410 3.00 AK/ADMS 3440 3.00 AK/PPAS 2200 3.00//AK/POLS 2200 3.00 AK/PPAS 3136 3.00//AK/AS/GL/POLS 3136 3.00//AK/SOCI 3136 3.00 AK/POLS 3140 3.00 AK/PPAS 3410 6.00//AK/POLS 3410 6.00 AK/PPAS 2420 3.00//AK/SOCI 2420 3.00 AK/SOCI 3630 6.00//AK/SOSC 3603 6.00 AK/SOSC 3890 6.00//AK/POLS 3720 6.00//AK/SOCI 3750 6.00

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HH/HLST 4130 3.00 AK/HUMA 3480 6.00 AK/HUMA 3482 6.00 AK/AS/POLS 3125 6.00//AK/SOCI 3125 6.00 AK/SOCI 3580 6.00//AK/SOSC 3350 6.00 AK/SOCI 3680 6.00//AK/POLS 3680 6.00//AK/SOSC 3680 6.00 AK/SOCI 3850 6.00//AK/POLS 3562 6.00//AK/SOSC 3620 6.00 AK/SOSC 2050 6.00 AK/SOSC 3370 6.00//AK/SOCI 3370 6.00//AK/AS/GL/WMST 3801 6.00 AK/AS/GL/WMST 3536 3.00 At least 12 credits in the major must be at the 4000 level. Upper level requirements: Of the 120 credits required for the degree, students must complete at least 36 credits at the 3000 level or above, including 18 credits at the 4000 level of which at least 12 credits must be in the major. Residency requirement: At least 30 credits not used toward another academic program are to be taken at York University. Half the major credits must be taken through Atkinson. Graduating with a BA Honours degree: Students must pass at least 120 credits that meet Atkinson degree and program requirements. The cumulative grade point average for all courses must be at least 5.0. Course Substitutes Subject to course exclusions, program requirements/restrictions, and residence requirements, the following courses are acceptable substitutes for the purpose of meeting program requirements. Program Course AK/PPAS 3410 6.00 AK/SOCI 3630 6.00 AK/PPAS 4130 6.00 Course Substitutes AS/POLS 3190 6.00, AK/PPAS 3190 6.00, GL/POLS 3240 6.00 AS/SOCI 3810 6.00 AS/POLS 4401 6.00 Major: 66 credits as follows: AK/ECON 1000 3.00 and AK/ECON 1010 3.00 AK/PPAS 1000 6.00//AK/POLS2410 6.00//AS/POLS 1000 6.00 AK/PPAS 2900 6.00//AK/AS/POLS 2900 6.00//AK/PHIL 2440 6.00 AK/PPAS 2300 6.00//AS/POLS 2300 6.00 AK/PPAS 2910 6.00//AK/AS/POLS 2910 6.00 AK/PPAS 3135 3.00//AK/AS/GL/POLS 3135 3.00//AK/SOCI 3135 3.00 AK/PPAS 3136 3.00//AK/AS/GL/POLS 3136 3.00//AK/SOCI 3136 3.00 AK/PPAS 3300 6.00//AS/POLS 3300 6.00//AS/SOCI 3030 6.00 AK/PPAS 4300 6.00//AS/GL/POLS 4300 6.00 Six credits in Economics above the 1000 level or AK/PPAS 4115 6.00//AS/POLS 4115 6.00 Six credits chosen from the following: AK/PPAS 3190 6.00//AS/POLS 3190 6.00 or AS/SOCI 3620 6.00 Six additional credits at the 4000 level in Public Policy and Administration (AK/PPAS) or Political Science (POLS). At least 12 credits in the major must be at the 4000 level. Students are required to complete 18 credits outside public policy and administration and political science. Upper Level Requirements: The 120 credits must include at least 36 credits at the 3000 or 4000 level including at least 18 at the 4000 level of which 12 credits must be in the major. Residency requirement: At least 30 credits not used toward another academic program are to be taken at York University. Half the major credits must be taken through Atkinson. Graduating with a BA Honours degree: Students must pass at least 120 credits that meet Atkinson degree and program requirements. The cumulative grade point average for all courses must be at least 5.0. Course Substitutes Subject to course exclusions, program requirements/restrictions, and residence requirements, the following courses are acceptable substitutes for the purpose of meeting program requirements. Program Course AK/PPAS 3190 6.00 Course Substitutes AK/PPAS 3410 6.00, AK/POLS 3410 6.00

PUBLIC POLICY AND ADMINISTRATION
School of Public Policy and Administration
Room 147, Atkinson Building Tel: 416 736 5384 Fax: 416 736 5382 E-mail: ppasch@yorku.ca

PUBLIC POLICY AND MANAGEMENT
School of Public Policy and Administration
Room 147, Atkinson Building Tel: 416 736 5384 Fax: 416 736 5382 E-mail: ppasch@yorku.ca

Degree and program requirements
Students prior to entry are required to have completed one 11U mathematics course or the equivalent.

BA Specialized Honours
120 credits including: General education requirements 24 credits including: Six Six Six Six credits credits credits credits 1000 1000 1000 1000 level level level level AK humanities AK social science SC natural science AK mathematics or AK modes of reasoning

Degree and program requirements
Students prior to entring Public Policy and Management are required to have completed one 12U mathematics course or the equivalent. Note: Students who plan to take the Specialized Honuors program option with a focus on Financial Management are advised to take AK/ADMS 2500 3.00

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BA: 90 credits including: General education requirements 24 credits including: Six Six Six Six credits credits credits credits 1000 1000 1000 1000 level level level level AK humanities AK social science SC natural science AK mathematics or AK modes of reasoning AK/PPAS 3135 3.00//AK/AS/GL/POLS 3135 3.00//AK/SOCI 3135 3.00 AK/PPAS 3136 3.00//AK/AS/GL/POLS 3136 3.00//AK/SOCI 3136 3.00 AK/PPAS 3410 6.00//AK/POLS 3410 6.00 AK/POLS 4200 6.00 AK/POLS 4181 6.00 or AK/POLS 4600 6.00//AK/SOCI 4600 6.00 ii) 6 credits in public policy and its context: AK/POLS 3140 3.00 AK/POLS 3563 6.00//AK/SOCI 3624 6.00 AK/AS/POLS 3125 6.00//AK/SOCI 3125 6.00 AK/POLS 3700 6.00 AK/POLS 3740 6.00//AK/SOCI 3745 6.00 AK/POLS 3761 3.00 AK/POLS 3762 3.00 iii) 6 credits focusing on diversity: AK/HIST 3240 6.00//AK/SOCI 3240 6.00 HH/HLST 4130 3.00 AK/POLS 3563 6.00//AK/SOCI 3624 6.00 AK/POLS 3680 6.00//AK/SOSC 3680 6.00//AK/SOCI 3680 6.00 AK/POLS 3790 6.00//AK/SOCI 3790 6.00 AK/SOCI 3580 6.00//AK/SOSC 3350 6.00 AK/SOCI 3680 3.00//AK/POLS 3680 3.00//AK/SOSC 3680 3.00 AK/SOCI 3850 6.00//AK/POLS 3562 3.00//AK/SOSC 3620 3.00 AK/SOSC 2050 6.00 AK/SOSC 3370 6.00//AK/SOCI 3370 6.00//AK/AS/GL/WMST 3801 6.00 AK/AS/GL/WMST 3536 3.00 iv) Students must choose 9 additional credits with a focus in either financial management (group A) or human resource management (group B). Courses must be selected from either group A or group B as listed. Group A For students focusing on Financial Management: AK/ADMS 2500 3.00 AK/ADMS 2510 3.00 AK/ADMS 3530 3.00 or AK/ADMS 4515 3.00 Group B For students focusing on Human Resource Management: AK/ADMS 1500 3.00 or ADMS 2500 3.00 and 6 additional credits chosen from: AK/ADMS 3400 3.00 AK/ADMS 3410 3.00 AK/ADMS 3420 3.00 AK/ADMS 3422 3.00 AK/ADMS 3430 3.00 AK/ADMS 3450 3.00 AK/ADMS 3470 3.00 AK/ADMS 3490 3.00 At least 12 credits in the major must be at the 4000 level. Required credits outside the major – 6 credits AK/ECON 1000 3.00 AK/ECON 1010 3.00 Upper level requirements: Of the 120 credits required for the degree, students must complete at least 36 credits at the 3000 level or above, including 18 credits at the 4000 level of which at least 12 credits must be in the major.

Major: 42 credits including: AK/ADMS 1000 3.00 AK/ADMS 1500 3.00 or AK/ADMS 2500 3.00 AK/ADMS 2400 3.00 AK/ADMS 2600 3.00 AK/ADMS 3353 3.00 AK/ADMS 3440 3.00 AK/PPAS 3524 3.00//AK/ADMS 3524 3.00 AK/PPAS 2910 6.00//AK/AS/POLS 2910 6.00 AK/PPAS 3135 3.00//AK/AS/GL/POLS 3135 3.00//AK/SOCI 3135 3.00 AK/PPAS 3136 3.00//AK/AS/GL/POLS 3136 3.00//AK/SOCI 3136 3.00 AK/PPAS 3410 6.00//AK/POLS 3410 6.00 AK/POLS 3761 3.00 or AK/POLS 3762 3.00 At least 12 credits in the major must be at the 3000 level or above. Required credits outside the major – 6 credits AK/ECON 1000 3.00 AK/ECON 1010 3.00 Upper level requirements: Of the 90 credits required for the degree, students must complete at least 18 credits at the 3000 level or above, including at least 12 credits in the major. Residency requirement: At least 30 credits not used toward another academic program are to be taken at York University. Half the major credits must be taken through Atkinson. Graduating with a BA degree: Students must pass at least 90 credits that meet Atkinson degree and program requirements. The cumulative grade point average for all courses must be at least 4.0.

BA Specialized Honours: Public Policy and Management

Degree and program requirements
120 credits including: General education requirements 24 credits including: Six Six Six Six credits credits credits credits 1000 1000 1000 1000 level level level level AK humanities AK social science SC natural science AK mathematics or AK modes of reasoning

Major: 75 credits including: i) The following 54 credits: AK/ADMS 1000 3.00 AK/ADMS 1010 3.00 AK/ADMS 2200 3.00 AK/ADMS 2400 3.00 AK/ADMS 2600 3.00 AK/ADMS 3353 3.00 AK/ADMS 3440 3.00 AK/PPAS 3524 3.00//AK/ADMS 3524 3.00 AK/PPAS 2910 6.00//AK/AS/POLS 2910 6.00

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Residency requirement: At least 30 credits not used toward another academic program are to be taken at York University. Half the major credits must be taken through Atkinson. Graduating with a BA Honours degree: Students must pass at least 120 credits that meet Atkinson degree and program requirements. The cumulative grade point average for all courses must be at least 5.0. Course Substitutes Subject to course exclusions, program requirements/restrictions, and residence requirements, the following courses are acceptable substitutes for the purpose of meeting program requirements. Program Course AK/ECON 1000 3.00 AK/ECON 1010 3.00 AK/POLS 2910 6.00 AK/PPAS 3410 6.00 Course Substitutes AS/ECON 1000 3.00, GL/ECON 2500 3.00 AS/ECON 1010 3.00, GL/ECON 2510 3.00 AK/POLS 3420 6.00, AS/POLS 2100 6.00, AS/POLS 2610 6.00, GL/POLS 2600 6.00 AK/PPAS 3190 6.00, AS/POLS 3190 6.00

BA SPECIALIZED HONOURS: RACE, ETHNICITY AND INDIGENEITY
120 credit credits including: General education requirements 24 credits including: Six Six Six Six credits credits credits credits 1000 1000 1000 1000 level level level level AK humanities AK social science SC natural science AK mathematics or AK modes of reasoning

Major: 60 credits, including: i) 30 credits core courses: AK/SOSC 2100 6.00 AK/SOCI 3620 6.00//AK/POLS 3620 6.00 AK/SOSC 4700 6.00 AK/SOSC 4705 6.00 AK/SOCI 4600 6.00//AK/POLS 4600 6.00 ii) 30 additional credits, from one of three fields or 6 credits from each field. At least 12 credits in the major must be at the 4000 level. Upper level requirements: Of the 120 credits required for the degree, students must complete at least 36 credits at the 3000 level or above, including 18 credits at the 4000-level, 12 of which must be in the major. Residency requirement: At least 30 credits not used toward another academic program are to be taken at York University. Half the major credits must be taken through Atkinson. Graduating with a BA Honours degree: Students must pass at least 120 credits that meet Atkinson degree and program requirements. The cumulative grade point average for all courses must be at least 5.0.

RACE, ETHNICITY AND INDIGENEITY
School of Social Sciences
Room 303, Atkinson Building Tel: 416 736 5235 E-mail: ssocials@yorku.ca

Degree and program requirements
Note: Students are strongly encouraged to take AK/HUMA 1770 6.00 as their HUMA general education requirement.

BA HONOURS: RACE, ETHNICITY AND INDIGENEITY
120 credits including: General education requirements 24 credits including: Six Six Six Six credits credits credits credits 1000 1000 1000 1000 level level level level AK humanities AK social science SC natural science AK mathematics or AK modes of reasoning

BA: RACE, ETHNICITY AND INDIGENEITY
90 credits including General education requirements 24 credits including: Six Six Six Six credits credits credits credits 1000 1000 1000 1000 level level level level AK humanities AK social science SC natural science AK mathematics or AK modes of reasoning

Major: 42 credits including: i) 24 credits core course AK/SOSC 2100 6.00 AK/SOCI 3620 6.00//AK/POLS 3620 6.00 AK/SOSC 4700 6.00 AK/SOSC 4705 6.00 ii) 18 additional credits, chosen from one of the three fields or 6 credits from each field. At least 12 credits in the major must be at the 4000 level. Upper level requirements: Of the 120 credits required for the degree, students must complete at least 36 credits at the 3000 level or above, including 18 credits at the 4000-level, 12 of which must be in the major. Residency requirement: At least 30 credits not used toward another academic program are to be taken at York University. Half the major credits must be taken through Atkinson. Graduating with a BA Honours degree: Students must pass at least 120 credits that meet Atkinson degree and program requirements. The cumulative grade point average for all courses must be at least 5.0.

Major: 30 credits including; ii) 12 credits core courses: AK/SOSC 2100 6.00 AK/SOCI 3620 6.00//AK/POLS 3620 6.00 ii) 18 additional credits, chosen from one of three fields or 6 credits from each field. At least 12 credits in the major must be at the 3000 level or above. Upper level requirements: Of the 90 credits required for the degree, students must complete at least 18 credits at the 3000 level or above, including at least 12 credits in the major. Residency requirement: At least 30 credits not used toward another academic program are to be taken at York University. Half the major credits must be taken through Atkinson. Graduating with a BA degree: Students must pass at least 90 credits that meet Atkinson degree and program requirements. The cumulative grade point average for all courses must be at least 4.0.

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BA HONOURS DOUBLE MAJOR: RACE, ETHNICITY AND INDIGENEITY
The BA Honours program in race, ethnicity and indigeneity may be pursued jointly with any other approved Honours major Bachelor program within the Atkinson Faculty, Faculty of Arts, Faculty of Environmental Science, Faculty of Fine Arts, Faculty of Health or Faculty of Science and Engineering that offers a double major option. Please refer to programs of study. Students must complete at least 42 credits in each major in conformity with the requirements of each program major. At least 12 credits in each major must be at the 4000 level. Please refer to Honours program for major requirements AK/SOCI 4040 6.00 AK/SOCI 4050 6.0//AK/HIST 4910 6.00//AK/POLS 4050 6.00 AK/SOSC 2350 6.00 AK/SOSC 3350 6.00//AK/SOCI 3580 6.00 AK/SOSC 3370 6.00//AK/SOCI 3370 6.00//AK/AS/GL/WMST 3801 6.00 AK/SOSC 3605 6.00//AK/SOCI 3605 6.00 AK/SOWK 2050 6.00 AK/SOWK 4130 3.00 AK/AS/GL WMST 3536 3.00 AK/AS/GL WMST 3538 3.00 AK/AS/GL WMST 3539 6.00

Field of Indigenous Studies BA HONOURS MAJOR/MINOR: RACE, ETHNICITY AND INDIGENEITY
The BA Honours major program in race, ethnicity and indigeneity may be combined with any approved Honours minor Bachelor program within the Atkinson Faculty, Faculty of Arts, Faculty of Environmental Science, Faculty of Fine Arts, Faculty of Health or Faculty of Science and Engineering that offers a major/minor option. Please refer to programs of study. Students must complete at least 42 credits in the major in conformity with the requirements of the program major and at least 30 credits in the minor in conformity with the requirements of the program minor. At least 12 credits in the major must be at the 4000 level and at least six credits in the minor must be at the 4000 level. Please refer to Honours program for major requirements. For Honours minor please refer to requirements below. AK/EN 3535 3.00 AK/EN 3536 3.00 AK/EN 3839 3.00 AK/EN 3858 6.00//AK/HUMA 3858 6.00 AK/HIST 3310 3.00 AS/HIST 4508 6.00 AS/POLS 4102 3.00 AK/SOSC 2050 6.00 AK/SOSC 4750 6.00 AK/SOWK 4270 3.00

Field of Globalization and Migration Studies
AK/GEOG 3400 6.00//AK/SOCI 3400 6.00 AK/HIST 3960 6.00 AK/HUMA 3480 6.00 AK/HUMA 3482 6.00 AK/AS/POLS 3260 6.00 AK/POLS 3470 3.00 AK/POLS 3700 6.00 AK/POLS 3740 6.00//AK/SOCI 3745 6.00 AK/POLS 4060 6.00//AK/SOCI 4060 6.00 AK/POLS 4760 6.00//AK/SOSC 4760 6.00//AK/SOCI 4760 6.00 AK/SOCI 3420 6.00 AK/SOCI 3561 6.00//AK/POLS 3561 6.00 AK/SOCI 3562 6.00 AK/SOCI 3624 6.00//AK/POLS 3563 6.00 AK/SOCI 4081 6.00//AK/HIST 4920 6.00 AK/SOSC 2000 6.00//AS/GEOG 2310 6.00 AK/SOSC 3510 6.00 AK/SOSC 3575 6.00 AK/SOWK 4450 3.00 AK/AS/GL/WMST 3524 3.00//GL/HIST 3685 3.00//GL/ILST 3685 3.00 //GL/SOCI 3685 3.00 AK/AS/GL/WMST 3540 6.00 AK/AS/GL/WMST 4506 3.00//GL/HIST 4606 3.00 AK/AS/GL/WMST 4802 3.00//AS/POLS 4245 3.00

BA HONOURS MINOR: RACE, ETHNICITY AND INDIGENEITY
The BA Honours minor program in race, ethnicity and indigeneity may be combined with any approved Honours major Bachelor program within the Atkinson Faculty, Faculty of Arts, Faculty of Environmental Science, Faculty of Fine Arts, Faculty of Health or Faculty of Science and Engineering that offers a major/minor option. Please refer to programs of study. Minor: 30 credits including ii) 24 credits core courses: AK/SOSC 2100 6.00 AK/SOCI 3620 6.00 /AK/POLS 3620 6.00 AK/SOSC 4700 6.00 AK/SOSC 4705 6.00 ii) 6 additional credits chosen from one of the three fields. At least 6 credits in the minor must be completed at the 4000 level.

Field of Diaspora Studies
AK/EN 3862 3.00 AK/HIST 3210 6.00 AK/HIST 3240 6.00//AK/SOCI 3240 6.00 AK/HIST 4210 6.00//AK/POLS 4182 6.00//AK/SOCI 4084 6.00 AS/HIST 4385 6.00 AK/HUMA 3380 6.00//AK/EN 3856 6.00 AK/HUMA 3439 3.00 AK/HUMA 3660 3.00//AK/EN 3950 3.00 AK/HUMA 3670 3.00//AK/EN 3955 3.00 AK/SOCI 3350 6.00 AK/SOCI 3604 6.00//AK/SOSC 3604 6.00 AK/SOCI 3610 6.00//AK/HIST 3940 6.00 AK/SOCI 3645 6.00 AK/SOCI 3680 6.00//AK/SOSC 3680 6.00//AK/POLS 3680 6.00

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RELIGIOUS STUDIES
School of Arts and Letters
Room 625, Atkinson Building Tel: 416 736 5900 E-mail: aksal@yorku.ca

BA SPECIALIZED HONOURS: RELIGIOUS STUDIES
120 credits including: General education requirements 24 credits including: Six Six Six Six credits credits credits credits 1000 1000 1000 1000 level level level level AK humanities AK social science SC natural science AK mathematics or AK modes of reasoning

Degree and Program Requirements
For the BA degree, students are strongly encouraged to take AK/HUMA 1850 6.00 or AK/HUMA 1860 6.00 to fulfil the humanities general education requirement. Program note: Students may consult the course offerings of the religious studies program, Faculty of Arts, to complement their Atkinson program, bearing in mind the need to meet in-Faculty requirements. With prior permission of the program coordinator, courses with religious studies content that are not listed below may be counted for major credit.

Major – 54 credits including: 54 credits at the 2000 level or above from the list of religious studies courses. Ii) Students are strongly advised to include as many of the following courses as possible: AK/HUMA 2300 6.00 AK/HUMA 3415 3.00 AK/HUMA 3417 3.00 AK/HUMA 3421 3.00 AK/HUMA 3422 3.00 AK/HUMA 3458 3.00 AK/HUMA 3459 3.00 AK/HUMA 3481 6.00 AK/HUMA 3482 6.00 AK/HUMA 3483 6.00 AK/HUMA 4651 6.00 AK/AS PHIL 2090 3.00 ii) The remaining credits must be taken from the list of religious studies courses. At least 12 credits in the major must be at the 4000 level or above. Students must complete at least 18 credits outside the major. Upper level requirements: Of the 120 credits required for the degree, students must complete at least 36 credits at the 3000 level or above, including 18 credits at the 4000 level of which at least 12 credits must be in the major. Residency requirement: At least 30 credits not used toward another academic program are to be taken at York University. Half the major credits must be taken through Atkinson. Graduating with a BA Honours degree: Students must pass at least 120 credits that meet Atkinson degree and program requirements. The cumulative grade point average for all courses must be at least 5.0.

BA: RELIGIOUS STUDIES
90 credits including: General education requirements 24 credits including: Six Six Six Six credits credits credits credits 1000 1000 1000 1000 level level level level AK humanities AK social science SC natural science AK mathematics or AK modes of reasoning

Major – 30 credits including: 30 credits at the 2000 level or above from the list of religious studies courses. Ii) Students are strongly advised to include as many of the following courses as possible: AK/HUMA 2300 6.00 AK/HUMA 3415 3.00 AK/HUMA 3417 3.00 AK/HUMA 3421 3.00 AK/HUMA 3422 3.00 AK/HUMA 3458 3.00 AK/HUMA 3459 3.00 AK/HUMA 3481 6.00 AK/HUMA 3482 6.00 AK/HUMA 3483 6.00 AK/HUMA 4651 6.00 AK/AS PHIL 2090 3.00 ii) The remaining credits must be taken from the list of religious studies courses. At least 12 credits in the major must be at the 3000 level or above. Students must complete at least 18 credits outside the major. Upper level requirements: Of the 90 credits required for the degree, students must complete at least 18 credits at the 3000 level or above, including at least 12 credits in the major. Residency requirement: At least 30 credits not used toward another academic program are to be taken at York University. Half the major credits must be taken through Atkinson. Graduating with a BA degree: Students must pass at least 90 credits that meet Atkinson degree and program requirements. The cumulative grade point average for all courses must be at least 4.0.

BA HONOURS: RELIGIOUS STUDIES
120 credits including: General education requirements 24 credits including: Six Six Six Six credits credits credits credits 1000 1000 1000 1000 level level level level AK humanities AK social science SC natural science AK mathematics or AK modes of reasoning

Major – 42 credits including: 42 credits at the 2000 level or above from the list of religious studies courses. Ii) Students are strongly advised to include as many of the following courses as possible: AK/HUMA 2300 6.00 AK/HUMA 3415 3.00 AK/HUMA 3417 3.00 AK/HUMA 3421 3.00

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AK/HUMA 3422 3.00 AK/HUMA 3458 3.00 AK/HUMA 3459 3.00 AK/HUMA 3481 6.00 AK/HUMA 3482 6.00 AK/HUMA 3483 6.00 AK/HUMA 4651 6.00 AK/AS PHIL 2090 3.00 ii) The remaining credits must be taken from the list of religious studies courses. At least 12 credits in the major must be at the 4000 level or above. Students must complete at least 18 credits outside the major (not applicable to Honours double major or major/minor). Upper level requirements: Of the 120 credits required for the degree, students must complete at least 36 credits at the 3000 level or above, including 18 credits at the 4000 level of which at least 12 credits must be in the major. Residency requirement: At least 30 credits not used toward another academic program are to be taken at York University. Half the major, double major, major/minor credits must be taken through Atkinson. Graduating with a BA Honours degree: Students must pass at least 120 credits that meet Atkinson degree and program requirements. The cumulative grade point average for all courses must be at least 5.0. Ii) Students are strongly advised to include as many of the following courses as possible: AK/HUMA 2300 6.00 AK/HUMA 3415 3.00 AK/HUMA 3417 3.00 AK/HUMA 3421 3.00 AK/HUMA 3422 3.00 AK/HUMA 3458 3.00 AK/HUMA 3459 3.00 AK/HUMA 3481 6.00 AK/HUMA 3482 6.00 AK/HUMA 3483 6.00 AK/HUMA 4651 6.00 AK/AS PHIL 2090 3.00 ii) The remaining credits must be taken from the list of religious studies courses. At least six credits in the minor must be at the 4000 level or above. List of religious studies courses: AK/AS/PHIL 2090 3.00 AK/HUMA 2300 6.00 AK/HUMA 2330 6.00 AK/HUMA 3415 3.00 AK/HUMA 3417 3.00 AK/HUMA 3421 3.00 AK/HUMA 3422 3.00 AK/HUMA 3423 3.00 AK/HUMA 3424 3.00 AK/HUMA 3425 3.00 AK/HUMA 3435 3.00/6.00 AK/HUMA 3436 3.00 AK/HUMA 3437 3.00 AK/HUMA 3440 6.00//AK/HIST 3540 6.00 AK/HUMA 3457 3.00/6.00 AK/HUMA 3458 3.00 AK/HUMA 3459 3.00 AK/HUMA 3460 6.00//AK/HIST 3550 6.00 AK/HUMA 3480 6.00 AK/HUMA 3481 6.00 AK/HUMA 3482 6.00 AK/HUMA 3483 6.00 AK/HUMA 3490 6.00 AK/HIST 3515 6.00 AK/HIST 3630 6.00 AK/EN 3410 6.00 AK/EN 3710 6.00 AK/EN 3838 6.00 AK/CLTR 4210 6.00 AK/HUMA 4535 3.00 AK/HUMA 4630 3.00/6.00 AK/HUMA 4650 3.00/6.00 AK/HUMA 4651 3.00 AK/HUMA 4652 3.00 AK/HUMA 4653 6.00 AK/HUMA 4655 6.00 AK/HUMA 4656 6.00 AK/HUMA 4660 6.00 AK/HUMA 4700 3.00/6.00 AK/CLTR 4840 6.00

BA HONOURS DOUBLE MAJOR: RELIGIOUS STUDIES
The BA Honours program in religious studies may be pursued jointly with any other approved Honours major Bachelor program within the Atkinson Faculty, Faculty of Arts, Faculty of Environmental Science, Faculty of Fine Arts, Faculty of Health or Faculty of Science and Engineering that offers a double major option. Please refer to programs of study. Students must complete at least 42 credits in each major in conformity with the requirements of each program major. At least 12 credits in each major must be at the 4000 level. Please refer to Honours program for major requirements.

BA HONOURS MAJOR/MINOR: RELIGIOUS STUDIES
The BA Honours major program in religious studies may be combined with any approved Honours minor Bachelor program within the Atkinson Faculty, Faculty of Arts, Faculty of Environmental Science, Faculty of Fine Arts, Faculty of Health or Faculty of Science and Engineering that offers a major/minor option. Please refer to programs of study. Students must complete at least 42 credits in the major in conformity with the requirements of the program major and at least 30 credits in the minor in conformity with the requirements of the program minor. At least 12 credits in the major must be at the 4000 level and at least six credits in the minor must be at the 4000 level. Please refer to Honours program for major requirements. For Honours minor please refer to requirements below.

BA HONOURS MINOR: RELIGIOUS STUDIES
The BA Honours minor in religious studies must be combined with any approved Honours major Bachelor program within the Atkinson Faculty, Faculty of Arts, Faculty of Environmental Science, Faculty of Fine Arts, Faculty of Health or Faculty of Science and Engineering that offers a major/minor option. Please refer to programs of study. MINOR: – 30 credits including: 30 credits at the 2000 level or above from the list of religious studies courses.

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SEXUALITY STUDIES
School of Women’s Studies
The BA Honours minor program in sexuality studies must be combined with any approved Honours major Bachelor program within the Atkinson Faculty, Faculty of Arts, Faculty of Environmental Science, Faculty of Fine Arts, Faculty of Health or Faculty of Science and Engineering that offers a major/minor option. Please refer to programs of study. Note: Atkinson students may not take 1000 level foundation and general education humanities and social science courses to fulfil minor requirements.

AK/AS/GL/WMST 3523 6.00, AK/AS/GL/WMST 4500 6.00//AS/SOSC 4160 6.00//GL/SOCI 4685 6.00//GL/SOSC 4685 6.00 AK/AS/GL/WMST 4502 6.00//GL/SOSC 4602 6.00 AK/AS/GL/WMST 4505 6.00 FA/VISA 3010 6.00, FA/VISA 3680M 3.00, FA/VISA 3820B 6.00, FA/VISA 4800E 3.00 GL/EN 3260 6.00 LW/LAW 3910 3.00

SOCIAL SCIENCE
School of Social Sciences
Room 303, Atkinson Building Tel: 416 736 5235 E-mail: ssocials@yorku.ca

BA HONOURS MINOR – 30 credits including
AK/AS/GL/SXST 2600 6.00 and AK/AS/GL/SXST 4600 6.00 A minimum of 12 credits chosen from the list of primary courses and six credits from the list of secondary courses. Of the 18 credits selected from the primary/secondary course lists, at least six credits must be at the 3000 or 4000 level. At least six credits in the minor must be at the 4000 level. Primary courses AS/ANTH 3090 6.00, AS/ANTH 3240 6.00, AS/ANTH 4440 3.00 AS/EN 2850 6.00, AS/EN 4333 6.00, AS/EN 4480 3.00, AS/EN 4750 6.00 AS/HIST 3620 6.00, AS/HUMA 1950 9.00, AS/HUMA 2960 9.00, AS/HUMA 3450 6.00, AS/HUMA 3890 6.00, AS/HUMA 3950 6.00, AS/HUMA 3970 6.00//SC/STS 3970 6.00 AK/AS/PHIL 2250 3.00, AK/PHIL 3519 3.00, AS/PHIL 4260 3.00 HH/PSYC 3670 3.00//AK/SOCI 3885 3.00 AK/SOCI 3820 6.00, GL/SOCI 2680 3.00//GL/SOSC 2680 3.00 AS/SOCI 4075 3.00, AS/SOCI 4470 3.00, AS/SOCI 4490 3.00 AK/AS/GL/WMST 3511 3.00//GL/SOSC 3625 3.00 AK/AS/GL/WMST 3525 6.00, AK/AS/GL/WMST 3536 3.00, AK/AS/GL/WMST 3542 3.00, AK/AS/GL/WMST 4508 6.00, AK/AS/GL/WMST 4509 3.00 Secondary courses AS/ANTH 3160 6.00, AS/ANTH 3230 6.00//AS/SOSC 3180 6.00 AS/ANTH 3360 6.00 AS/EN 2860 6.00, AS/EN 4102 3.00, FA/FILM 3810 3.00 AS/GEOG 4060 3.00, AS/GEOG 4090 3.00 AS/HIST 3233 6.00, AS/HIST 3533 6.00, AS/HIST 3645 3.00, AS/HIST 4620 6.00, AS/HIST 4752 6.00 AS/HUMA 3821 3.00, AS/HUMA 3940 6.00 AS/IT 3360 6.00, AS/IT 3361 6.00 HH/KINE 4350 3.00, HH/KINE 4360 3.00 AS/POLS 4125 3.00 HH/PSYC 3480 3.00//AK/SOCI 3880 3.00 AS/SOCI 3660 6.00, AS/SOCI 3690 6.00, AS/SOCI 4070 6.00, AS/SOCI 4600 6.00, AS/SOCI 4685 6.00, AS/SOSC 4170 6.00 AK/AS/GL/WMST 2500 6.00//GL/SOSC 2950 6.00 AK/AS/GL/WMST 2501 3.00//AS/LING 2410 3.00//SOSC 2900 3.00 AK/AS/GL/WMST 2510 9.00//AS/HUMA 2930 9.00//AS/SOSC 2180 9.00 AK/AS/GL/WMST 3503 6.00//GL/ILST 3665 6.00//GL/SOCI 3665 6.00// GL/SOSC 3665 6.00 AK/AS/GL/WMST 3504 6.00//GL/HUMA 3604 6.00 AK/AS/GL/WMST 3505 3.00//AS/SOSC 3791 3.00//GL/SOSC 3617 3.00 AK/AS/GL/WMST 3507 6.00//GL/NATS 3995 6.00//GL/SOSC 3995 6.00 AK/AS/GL/WMST 3509 6.00//AS/SOSC 3125 6.00 AK/AS/GL/WMST 3521 3.00

Degree and program requirements
Students majoring in social science must select their courses from the disciplinary areas offered through the School of Social Sciences (geography, political science, social science, sociology and urban studies). Note: As the BA in social science is considered interdisciplinary by nature, no electives outside the major are required. Social science with a stream Students may select an integrated set of courses in a stream in communication studies, a stream in diaspora cultures, a stream in gender and families, a stream in political economy, a stream in social justice studies or a stream in work and the workplace, taken in combination with the BA in social science.

BA: SOCIAL SCIENCE
90 credits including: General education requirements 24 credits including: Six Six Six Six credits credits credits credits 1000 1000 1000 1000 level level level level AK humanities AK social science SC natural science AK mathematics or AK modes of reasoning

Major – 36 credits including: Core course: AK/SOSC 2400 6.00 In addition to the core course, a student must take six credits from three different disciplines offered by the School of Social Science (geography, political science, social science, sociology and urban studies). At least 12 credits in the major must be taken at the 3000 level or above. Upper level requirements: Of the 90 credits required for the degree, students must complete at least 18 credits at the 3000 level or above, including at least 12 credits in the major. Residency requirement: At least 30 credits not used toward another academic program are to be taken at York University. Half the major credits must be taken through Atkinson. Graduating with a BA degree: Students must pass at least 90 credits that meet Atkinson degree and program requirements. The cumulative grade point average for all courses must be at least 4.0.

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BA HONOURS: SOCIAL SCIENCE
120 credits including: General education requirements 24 credits including: Six Six Six Six credits credits credits credits 1000 1000 1000 1000 level level level level AK humanities AK social science SC natural science AK mathematics or AK modes of reasoning Upper level requirements: Of the 90 credits required for the degree, students must complete at least 18 credits at the 3000 level or above, including at least 12 credits in the major. Residency requirement: At least 30 credits not used toward another academic program are to be taken at York University. Half the major credits must be taken through Atkinson. Graduating with a BA degree: Students must pass at least 90 credits that meet Atkinson degree and program requirements. The cumulative grade point average for all courses must be at least 4.0.

Major – 54 credits including: Of the 54 credits selected from the disciplines offered by the School of Social Science, students must complete the following requirements: Core course: AK/SOSC 2400 6.00 Six credits from at least three different disciplines offered by the School of Social Sciences (geography, political science, social science, sociology and urban studies), Six credits must be a theory or methods course at the 3000 level or above, Six credits must be a Research Seminar at the 4000 level in geography, urban studies, political science, social science or sociology. At least 12 credits in the major must be at the 4000 level. Upper level requirements: Of the 120 credits required for the degree, students must complete at least 36 credits at the 3000 level or above, including 18 credits at the 4000 level of which at least 12 credits must be in the major. Residency requirement: At least 30 credits not used toward another academic program are to be taken at York University. Half the major credits must be taken through Atkinson. Graduating with a BA Honours degree: Students must pass at least 120 credits that meet Atkinson degree and program requirements. The cumulative grade point average for all courses must be at least 5.0.

BA HONOURS: SOCIAL SCIENCE – STREAM IN COMMUNICATION STUDIES
Recommended general education course: AK/SOSC 1810 6.00 communication and mass media 120 credits including; General education requirements 24 credits including: Six Six Six Six credits credits credits credits 1000 1000 1000 1000 level level level level AK humanities AK social science SC natural science AK mathematics or AK modes of reasoning

Major – 54 credits including: Of the 54 credits selected from the combination of the disciplines offered by the School of Social Sciences and the courses listed in the stream below, students must complete the following requirements: Core course: AK/SOSC 2400 6.00 and; AK/SOCI 3330 6.00 Social Theory and; Research seminar at the 4000-level from one of: social science, political science, sociology or geography, and; 36 additional credits from the stream in communication studies including;

Social Science – Stream in Communication Studies
BA: SOCIAL SCIENCE – STREAM IN COMMUNICATION STUDIES
Recommended general education course: AK/SOSC 1810 6.00 communication and mass media. 90 credits including: General education requirements 24 credits including: Six Six Six Six credits credits credits credits 1000 1000 1000 1000 level level level level AK humanities AK social science SC natural science AK mathematics or AK modes of reasoning

AK/SOSC 2410 6.00 AK/POLS 3330 6.00 and; 24 credits including 12 credits from Group A and 12 credits from Group B (of which six credits must be at the 4000 level). At least 12 credits in the major must be at the 4000 level. Upper level requirements: Of the 120 credits required for the degree, students must complete at least 36 credits at the 3000 level or above, including 18 credits at the 4000 level of which at least 12 credits must be in the major. Residency requirement: At least 30 credits not used toward another academic program are to be taken at York University. Half the major credits must be taken through Atkinson. Graduating with a BA Honours degree: Students must pass at least 120 credits that meet Atkinson degree and program requirements. The cumulative grade point average for all courses must be at least 5.0.

Major – 42 credits including: Of the 42 credits selected from the combination of the disciplines offered by the School of Social Sciences and the courses listed in the stream below, students must complete the following requirements: Core course: AK/SOSC 2400 6.00 and; AK/SOCI 3330 6.00 Social Theory and; 30 credits from the stream in communication studies including; AK/SOSC 2410 6.00 and; 24 credits including 12 credits from Group A and 12 credits from Group B. At least 12 credits in the major must be at the 3000 level or above.

Communication Studies Stream Courses
Group A AK/SOSC 3330 6.00 AK/SOSC 3490 6.00//AK/SOCI AK/SOSC 3545 6.00//AK/SOCI AK/SOSC 3560 6.00 AK/SOSC 4730 6.00 AK/SOSC 4740 6.00//AK/SOCI AK/SOCI 3540 6.00//AK/SOSC 3495 6.00 3545 6.00

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AK/SOCI 3604 6.00//AK/SOSC 3604 6.00 AK/SOCI 3780 6.00 AK/POLS 3330 6.00 AK/POLS 4240 6.00//AK/SOCI 4500 6.00 AK/POLS 4770 6.00//AK/SOSC 4770 6.00 AK/GEOG 3410 6.00//AK/SOSC 3302 6.00 Group B AK/ADMS 4240 3.00 AK/HUMA 2330 6.00 AK/HUMA 3980 6.00//AK/EN 3859 6.00//AK/CLTR 3590 6.00 AK/MODR 2410 3.00 AK/MODR 2420 3.00 AK/MODR 3100 3.00 AK/AS/PHIL 4295 6.00//AK/ADMS 4295 6.00 SC/STS 2700 3.00//AS/SOSC 2700 3.00 AK/WRIT 3989 3.00 Major – 54 credits including: Of the 54 credits selected from the combination of the disciplines offered by the School of Social Sciences and the courses listed in the stream below, students must complete the following requirements: Core course: AK/SOSC 2400 6.00 and; Six credits from at least three different disciplines offered by the School of Social Sciences (geography, political science, social science, sociology and urban studies). Six credits must be a theory or methods course at the 3000 level or above. Six credits must be a research seminar at the 4000 level in geography, urban studies, political science, social science or sociology. 24 credits from the stream in diaspora cultures, including at least 12 credits in Group A and 12 additional credits from either Group A or Group B. At least 12 credits in the major must be at the 4000 level. Upper level requirements: Of the 120 credits required for the degree, students must complete at least 36 credits at the 3000 level or above, including 18 credits at the 4000 level of which at least 12 credits must be in the major. Residency requirement: At least 30 credits not used toward another academic program are to be taken at York University. Half the major credits must be taken through Atkinson. Graduating with a BA Honours degree: Students must pass at least 120 credits that meet Atkinson degree and program requirements. The cumulative grade point average for all courses must be at least 5.0.

Social Science – Stream in Diaspora Cultures
BA: SOCIAL SCIENCE – STREAM IN DIASPORA CULTURES
90 credits including: General education requirements 24 credits including: Six Six Six Six credits credits credits credits 1000 1000 1000 1000 level level level level AK humanities AK social science SC natural science AK mathematics or AK modes of reasoning

Diaspora Cultures Stream Courses
Group A AK/GEOG 3400 6.00//AK/SOCI 3400 6.00 AK/SOCI 3610 6.00//AK/HIST 3940 6.00 AK/SOCI 3620 6.00//AK/POLS 3620 6.00 AK/SOCI 3624 6.00//AK/POLS 3563 6.00 AK/SOCI 3680 6.00//AK/POLS 3680 6.00//AK/SOSC 3680 6.00 Group B AK/AS/POLS 3260 6.00 AK/SOCI 3240 6.00//AK/HIST 3240 6.00 AK/SOCI 3580 6.00//AK/SOSC 3350 6.00 AK/SOCI 3604 6.00//AK/SOSC 3604 6.00 AK/SOCI 4040 6.00 AK/SOCI 4060 6.00//AK/POLS 4060 6.00 AK/SOCI 4081 6.00//AK/HIST 4920 6.00 AK/SOCI 4084 6.00//AK/HIST 4210 6.00//AK/POLS 4182 6.00 AK/SOCI 4500 6.00//AK/POLS 4240 6.00 AK/SOSC 2000 6.00//AS/GEOG 2310 6.00 AK/SOSC 3370 6.00//AK/SOCI 3370 6.00//AK/AS/GL/WMST 3801 6.00 AK/SOSC 3528 6.00//AK/AS/GL/WMST 3528 6.00 Following courses are recommended as electives for students taking the stream in diaspora cultures: *AK/EN 3855 6.00; *AK/EN 3858 6.00//AK/HUMA 3858 6.00; *AK/EN 3862 3.00; AK/HIST 3630 6.00 AK/HUMA 3380 6.00//AK/EN 3856 6.00; AK/HUMA 3660 3.00/6.00//AK/EN 3950 6.00/3.00; AK/HUMA 3670 3.00/6.00//AK/EN 3955 3.00/6.00 AK/AS/GL WMST 4506 3.00 AS/ANTH 3410 6.00; AS/ANTH 4250 6.00 AS/HEB 3710 3.00

Major – 42 credits including: Core course: AK/SOSC 2400 6.00 and; Six credits from at least two different disciplines offered by the School of Social Sciences (geography, political science, social science, sociology and urban studies) and; 24 additional credits from the stream in diaspora cultures of which 12 credits must be taken from Group A and 12 additional credits from either Group A or Group B. At least 12 credits in the major must be taken at the 3000 level or above. Upper level requirements: Of the 90 credits required for the degree, students must complete at least 18 credits at the 3000 level or above, including at least 12 credits in the major. Residency requirement: At least 30 credits not used toward another academic program are to be taken at York University. Half the major credits must be taken through Atkinson. Graduating with a BA degree: Students must pass at least 90 credits that meet Atkinson degree and program requirements. The cumulative grade point average for all courses must be at least 4.0.

BA HONOURS: SOCIAL SCIENCE – STREAM IN DIASPORA CULTURES
120 credits including: General education requirements 24 credits including: Six Six Six Six credits credits credits credits 1000 1000 1000 1000 level level level level AK humanities AK social science SC natural science AK mathematics or AK modes of reasoning

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AS/HIST 3700 6.00 AS/HUMA 3310 6.00 AS/IT 3721 6.00//AS/EN 3556 6.00 AS/POLS 3570 3.00 AS/SOSC 3960 6.00 * Students may be admitted if they have completed a 1000-level course in humanities and are in their second or later year of study. Major – 54 credits including: Of the 54 credits selected from the combination of the disciplines offered by the School of Social Sciences and the courses listed in the stream below, students must complete the following requirements: Core course: AK/SOSC 2400 6.00, Six credits from at least three different disciplines offered by the School of Social Sciences (geography, political science, social science, sociology and urban studies). Six credits must be a theory or methods course at the 3000 level or above. Six credits must be a research seminar at the 4000 level in geography, urban studies, political science, social science or sociology. 24 credits from the stream, including at least 12 credits in Group A and 12 additional credits from either Group A or Group B. At least 12 credits in the major must be at the 4000 level. Upper level requirements: Of the 120 credits required for the degree, students must complete at least 36 credits at the 3000 level or above, including 18 credits at the 4000 level of which at least 12 credits must be in the major. Residency requirement: At least 30 credits not used toward another academic program are to be taken at York University. Half the major credits must be taken through Atkinson. Graduating with a BA Honours degree: Students must pass at least 120 credits that meet Atkinson degree and program requirements. The cumulative grade point average for all courses must be at least 5.0.

Social Science – Stream in Gender and Families
BA: SOCIAL SCIENCE – STREAM IN GENDER AND FAMILIES
Prerequisite: A 1000 level general education course in social science or permission of the undergraduate program director for students with equivalents. AK/SOSC 1780 6.00 or AK/SOSC 1900 6.00 are recommended courses to students considering the stream in gender and families. 90 credits including: General education requirements 24 credits including: Six Six Six Six credits credits credits credits 1000 1000 1000 1000 level level level level AK humanities AK social science SC natural science AK mathematics or AK modes of reasoning

Major – 42 credits including: Core course: AK/SOSC 2400 6.00 and; Six credits from at least two different disciplines offered by the School of Social Sciences (geography, political science, social science, sociology and urban studies) and; 24 credits from the stream in gender and families of which 12 credits must be taken from Group A and 12 additional credits from either Group A or Group B. At least 12 credits in the major must be taken at the 3000 level or above. Upper level requirements: Of the 90 credits required for the degree, students must complete at least 18 credits at the 3000 level or above, including at least 12 credits in the major. Residency requirement: At least 30 credits not used toward another academic program are to be taken at York University. Half the major credits must be taken through Atkinson. Graduating with a BA degree: Students must pass at least 90 credits that meet Atkinson degree and program requirements. The cumulative grade point average for all courses must be at least 4.0.

Gender and Families Stream Courses
Group A AK/POLS 3790 6.00//AK/SOCI 3790 6.00 AK/SOCI 3450 6.00//AK/SOSC 3601 6.00 AK/SOCI 3850 6.00//AK/POLS 3562 6.00//AK/SOSC 3620 6.00 # AK/SOCI 3860 6.00//AK/SOSC 3730 6.00 AK/SOSC 3370 6.00//AK/SOCI 3370 6.00//AK/AS/GL/WMST 3801 6.00 Group B AK/GEOG 3400 6.00//AK/SOCI 3400 6.00 AK/SOCI 3420 6.00 AK/SOCI 3550 6.00//AK/SOSC 3602 6.00 *AK/SOCI 3645 6.00 AK/SOCI 3830 6.00 AK/SOCI 3880 3.00//HH/PSYC 3480 3.00 (formerly AK/PSYC 3700E 3.00) AK/SOCI 3885 3.00//HH/PSYC 3670 3.00 (formerly AK/PSYC 3700N 3.00) AK/SOCI 4010 6.00 AK/SOCI 4350 3.00/6.00 † AK/SOSC 3380 6.00//AS/SOSC 3130 6.00//GL/WKST 3610 6.00// AK/AS/GL/WMST 3510 6.00 AK/SOSC 3490 6.00//AK/SOCI 3495 6.00 ‡ AK/AS/GL/WMST 3502 6.00//GL/SOSC 3602 6.00
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BA: HONOURS SOCIAL SCIENCE – STREAM IN GENDER AND FAMILIES
Prerequisite: A 1000 level general education course in social science or permission of the undergraduate program director for students with equivalents. AK/SOSC 1780 6.00 or AK/SOSC 1900 6.00 are recommended courses to students considering the stream in gender and families. 120 credits including: General education requirements 24 credits including: Six Six Six Six credits credits credits credits 1000 1000 1000 1000 level level level level AK humanities AK social science SC natural science AK mathematics or AK modes of reasoning

Not open to students who are taking or have taken AK/SOSC 3380 6.00//AS SOSC 3130 6.00//GL/WKST 3610 6.00//AK/AS/GL/WMST 3510 6.00.

* Not open to students who are taking or have taken AK/AS/GL/WMST 3502 6.00//GL/SOSC 3602 6.00.
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Not open to students who are taking or have taken AK/SOCI 3860 6.00//AK/SOSC 3730 6.00. Not open to students who are taking or have taken AK/SOCI 3645 6.00.

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Social Science – Stream in Political Economy
BA: SOCIAL SCIENCE – STREAM IN POLITICAL ECONOMY
90 credits including: General education requirements 24 credits including: Six Six Six Six credits credits credits credits 1000 1000 1000 1000 level level level level AK humanities AK social science SC natural science AK mathematics or AK modes of reasoning

Upper level requirements: Of the 120 credits required for the degree, students must complete at least 36 credits at the 3000 level or above, including 18 credits at the 4000 level of which at least 12 credits must be in the major. Residency requirement: At least 30 credits not used toward another academic program are to be taken at York University. Half the major credits must be taken through Atkinson. Graduating with a BA Honours degree: Students must pass at least 120 credits that meet Atkinson degree and program requirements. The cumulative grade point average for all courses must be at least 5.0.

Major – 42 credits including: Core course: AK/SOSC 2400 6.00 Six credits from at least two different disciplines offered by the School of Social Sciences (geography, political science, social science, sociology and urban studies) and, 24 additional credits must be taken from the stream in political economy of which six credits must be taken from Group A and 18 additional credits from either Group A or Group B. At least 12 credits in the major must be taken at the 3000 level or above. Upper level requirements: Of the 90 credits required for the degree, students must complete at least 18 credits at the 3000 level or above, including at least 12 credits in the major. Residency requirement: At least 30 credits not used toward another academic program are to be taken at York University. Half the major credits must be taken through Atkinson. Graduating with a BA degree: Students must pass at least 90 credits that meet Atkinson degree and program requirements. The cumulative grade point average for all courses must be at least 4.0.

Political Economy Stream Courses
Group A AK/POLS 3125 6.00//AK/SOCI 3125 6.00 AK/POLS 3700 6.00 Group B AK/AS/GEOG 3650 6.00 AK/POLS 3410 6.00//PPAS 3410 6.00 AK/POLS 3740 6.00//AK/SOCI 3745 6.00 AK/POLS 3790 6.00//AK/SOCI 3790 6.00 AK/POLS 4181 6.00 AK/POLS 4600 6.00//AK/SOCI 4600 6.00 AK/SOSC 2000 6.00//AS/GEOG 2310 6.00 AK/SOSC 3300 6.00 † AK/SOSC 3380 6.00//AS/SOSC 3130 6.00//GL/WKST 3610 6.00// AK/AS/GL/WMST 3510 6.00 AK/SOSC 3528 6.0//AK/AS/GL/WMST 3258 6.00 AK/SOSC 3560 6.00 AK/SOCI 3540 6.00//AK/SOSC 3320 6.00 # AK/SOCI 3860 6.00//AK/SOSC 3730 6.00
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BA HONOURS: SOCIAL SCIENCE – STREAM IN POLITICAL ECONOMY
120 credits including: General education requirements 24 credits including: Six credits 1000 level AK humanities Six credits 1000 level AK social science Six credits 1000 level SC natural science Six credits 1000 level AK mathematics or AK modes of reasoning Major – 54 credits including: Of the 54 credits selected from the combination of the disciplines offered by the School of Social Sciences and the courses listed in the stream below, students must complete the following requirements: Core course: AK/SOSC 2400 6.00 Six credits from at least three different disciplines offered by the School of Social Sciences (geography, political science, social science, sociology and urban studies). Six credits must be a theory or methods course at the 3000 level or above. Six credits must be a research seminar at the 4000 level in geography, urban studies, political science, social science or sociology. 24 credits from the stream in political economy of which six credits must be taken from Group A and 18 additional credits from either Group A or Group B. At least 12 credits in the major must be at the 4000 level.

Not open to students who are taking or have taken AK/SOSC 3380 6.00// AK/AS/SOSC 3130 6.00//GL/WKST 3610 6.00//AS/GL/WMST 3510 6.00. Not open to students who are taking or have taken AK/SOCI 3860 6.00//AK/SOSC 3730 6.00.

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Social Science – Stream in Social Justice
BA: SOCIAL SCIENCE – STREAM IN SOCIAL JUSTICE
A program for the study of inequality and domination, resistance and collective empowerment, in Canada and beyond. Prerequisite: A 1000 level general education course in social science or permission of the undergraduate program director for students with equivalents. AK/ SOSC 1880 6.00 or AK/SOSC 1910 6.00 are recommended to students considering the stream in social justice. 90 credits including: General education requirements 24 credits including: Six Six Six Six credits credits credits credits 1000 1000 1000 1000 level level level level AK humanities AK social science SC natural science AK mathematics or AK modes of reasoning

Major – 42 credits including: Core course: AK/SOSC 2400 6.00 Six credits from at least two different disciplines offered by the School of Social Sciences (geography, political science, social science, sociology and urban studies).

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24 additional credits must be taken from the stream in social justice studies, including the core course AK/SOSC 3890 6.00//AK/SOCI 3750 6.00//AK/POLS 3720 6.00 and 18 credits selected from the list below. At least 12 credits in the major must be taken at the 3000 level or above. Upper level requirements: Of the 90 credits required for the degree, students must complete at least 18 credits at the 3000 level or above, including at least 12 credits in the major. Residency requirement: At least 30 credits not used toward another academic program are to be taken at York University. Half the major credits must be taken through Atkinson. Graduating with a BA degree: Students must pass at least 90 credits that meet Atkinson degree and program requirements. The cumulative grade point average for all courses must be at least 4.0. AK/SOSC 3510 6.00 AK/SOSC 3528 6.00//AK/AS/GL WMST 3528 6.00 *AK/SOSC 3730 6.00//AK/SOCI 3860 6.0 AK/SOSC 4730 6.00 AK/SOSC 4740 6.00//AK/SOCI 4380 6.00 AK/POLS 3740 6.00//AK/SOCI 3745 6.00 AK/POLS 3761 3.00 AK/POLS 3762 3.00 AK/SOCI 3392 6.00 AK/SOCI 3540 6.00//AK/SOSC 3320 6.00 AK/SOCI 3570 6.00//AK/POLS 3570 6.00 AK/SOCI 3610 6.00//AK/HIST 3940 6.00 AK/SOCI 3620 6.00//AK/POLS 3620 6.00 AK/SOCI 3645 6.00 AK/SOCI 3680 6.00//AK/POLS 3680 6.00//AK/SOSC 3680 6.00 AK/SOCI 3850 6.00//AK/POLS 3562 6.00//AK/SOSC 3620 6.00 AK/SOCI 4060 6.00//AK/POLS 4060 6.00 AK/AS/GL/WMST 3503 6.00//GL/ILST 3665 6.00//GL/SOCI 3665 6.00// GL/SOSC 3665 6.00 * Not open to students who have taken AK/SOSC 3380 6.00//AS/SOSC 3130 6.00//GL/WKST 3610 6.00//AK/AS/GL/WMST 3510 6.00.
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BA HONOURS: SOCIAL SCIENCE – STREAM IN SOCIAL JUSTICE
120 credits including: General education requirements 24 credits including: Six Six Six Six credits credits credits credits 1000 1000 1000 1000 level level level level AK humanities AK social science SC natural science AK mathematics or AK modes of reasoning

Not open to students who have taken AK/SOSC 3730 6.00//AK/SOCI 3860 6.00.

Major – 54 credits including: Of the 54 credits selected from the combination of the disciplines offered by the School of Social Sciences and the courses listed in the stream below, students must complete the following requirements: Core course: AK/SOSC 2400 6.00 Six credits from at least three different disciplines offered by the School of Social Sciences (geography, political science, social science, sociology and urban studies). Six credits must be a theory or methods course at the 3000 level or above. Six credits must be a research seminar at the 4000 level in geography, urban studies, political science, social science or sociology, 24 credits must be taken from the stream in social justice studies, including the core course AK/SOSC 3890 6.00//AK/SOCI 3750 6.00//AK/POLS 3720 6.00 and 18 credits selected from the list below. At least 12 credits in the major must be at the 4000 level. Upper level requirements: Of the 120 credits required for the degree, students must complete at least 36 credits at the 3000 level or above, including 18 credits at the 4000 level of which at least 12 credits must be in the major. Residency requirement: At least 30 credits not used toward another academic program are to be taken at York University. Half the major credits must be taken through Atkinson. Graduating with a BA Honours degree: Students must pass at least 120 credits that meet Atkinson degree and program requirements. The cumulative grade point average for all courses must be at least 5.0.

Social Science – Stream in Work and the Workplace
BA: SOCIAL SCIENCE – STREAM IN WORK AND THE WORKPLACE
Prerequisite: general education course – AK/SOSC 1740 6.00 or permission of the undergraduate program director for students with equivalent. 90 credits including: General education requirements 24 credits including: Six Six Six Six credits credits credits credits 1000 1000 1000 1000 level level level level AK humanities AK social science SC natural science AK mathematics or AK modes of reasoning

Major – 42 credits including: Of the 42 credits selected from the combination of the disciplines offered by the School of Social Sciences and the courses listed in the stream below, students must complete the following requirements: Core course: AK/SOSC 2400 6.00 Six credits from at least two different disciplines offered by the School of Social Sciences (geography, political science, social science, sociology and urban studies). 24 additional credits in the stream, including at least 12 credits in Group A and an additional 12 credits in Group A or B. At least 12 credits in the major must be at the 3000 level or above.

Social Justice Stream Courses
18 credits selected from the following list: AK/SOSC 2000 6.00//AS/GEOG 2310 6.00 AK/SOSC 3300 6.00 AK/SOSC 3370 6.00//AK/SOCI 3370 6.00//AK/AS/GL/WMST 3801 6.00 # AK/SOSC 3380 6.00//AS/SOSC 3130 6.00//GL/WKST 3610 6.00// AK/AS/GL/WMST 3510 6.00 AK/SOSC 3410 6.00//AK/SOCI 3410 6.00

Upper level requirements: Of the 90 credits required for the degree, students must complete at least 18 credits at the 3000 level or above, including at least 12 credits in the major. Residency requirement: At least 30 credits not used toward another academic program are to be taken at York University. Half the major credits must be taken through Atkinson.

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Graduating with a BA degree: Students must pass at least 90 credits that meet Atkinson degree and program requirements. The cumulative grade point average for all courses must be at least 4.0. Group B AK/GEOG 3410 6.00//AK/SOSC 3302 6.00 AK/POLS 3700 6.00 AK/POLS 3761 3.00 AK/POLS 3762 3.00 AK/POLS 4181 6.00 AK/SOSC 3300 6.00 AK/SOSC 3370 6.00//AK/SOCI 3370 6.00//AK/AS/GL/WMST 3801 6.00 AK/SOSC 3510 6.00 AK/SOSC 4740 6.00//AK/SOCI 4380 6.00 AK/SOCI 3480 6.00 AK/SOCI 4120 3.00 Course Substitutes Subject to course exclusions, program requirements/restrictions, and residence requirements, the following courses are acceptable substitutes for the purpose of meeting program requirements. Program Course AK/SOCI 3330 6.00 AK/POLS 3700 6.00 AK/POLS 3720 6.00 Course Substitutes AS/SOCI 2040 6.00, GL/SOCI 3240 6.00 AS/POLS 3270 3.00 and AS/POLS 3275 3.00 AK/SOCI 3900E 6.00

BA HONOURS: SOCIAL SCIENCE – STREAM IN WORK AND THE WORKPLACE
120 credits including: General education requirements 24 credits including: Six Six Six Six credits credits credits credits 1000 1000 1000 1000 level level level level AK humanities AK social science SC natural science AK mathematics or AK modes of reasoning

Major – 54 credits including: Of the 54 credits selected from the combination of the disciplines offered by the School of Social Sciences and the courses listed in the stream below, students must complete the following requirements: Core course: AK/SOSC 2400 6.00 Six credits from at least three different disciplines offered by the School of Social Sciences (geography, political science, social science, sociology and urban studies). Six credits must be a theory or methods course at the 3000 level or above. Six credits must be a research seminar at the 4000 level in geography, urban studies, political science, social science or sociology and, 24 credits from the stream work and the workplace, including at least 12 credits in Group A and an additional 12 credits in Group A or B. At least 12 credits in the major must be at the 4000 level. Upper level requirements: Of the 120 credits required for the degree, students must complete at least 36 credits at the 3000 level or above, including 18 credits at the 4000 level of which at least 12 credits must be in the major. Residency requirement: At least 30 credits not used toward another academic program are to be taken at York University. Half the major credits must be taken through Atkinson. Graduating with a BA Honours degree: Students must pass at least 120 credits that meet Atkinson degree and program requirements. The cumulative grade point average for all courses must be at least 5.0.

SOCIOLOGY
School of Social Sciences
Room 303, Atkinson Building Tel: 416 736 5235 E-mail: ssocials@yorku.ca Note: Honours sociology students, students pursuing streams in combination with a sociology degree, and students enrolled in the certificate in anti-racist research and practice (CARRP) should contact the school to be assigned a faculty adviser. Sociology with a stream Students may select an integrated set of courses in a stream in diaspora cultures, or a stream in gender and families, or a stream in social justice or a stream in work and the workplace, taken in combination with the BA or BA (Specialized Honours) in sociology.

Work and the Workplace Stream Courses
Group A AK/POLS 3740 6.00//AK/SOCI 3745 6.00 AK/POLS 4600 6.00//AK/SOCI 4600 6.00 † AK/SOSC 3380 6.00//AS/SOSC 3130 6.00//GL/WKST 3610 6.00// AK/AS/GL/WMST 3510 6.00 AK/SOSC 3410 6.00//AK/SOCI 3410 6.00 AK/SOCI 3680 6.00//AK/POLS 3680 6.00//AK/SOSC 3680 6.00 # AK/SOCI 3860 6.00//AK/SOSC 3730 6.00 AK/AS/GL/WMST 3531 3.00
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Degree and program requirements
BA: SOCIOLOGY
90 credits including: General education requirements 24 credits including: Six Six Six Six credits credits credits credits 1000 1000 1000 1000 level level level level AK humanities AK social science SC natural science AK mathematics or AK modes of reasoning

Major – 36 credits including: 36 credits in sociology including: AK/SOCI 2410 6.00 and AK/SOCI 3310 6.00 or AK/SOCI 3330 6.00; At least 12 additional credits in the major must be taken at the 3000 level or above. Students must complete at least 18 credits outside the major.

Not open to students who are taking or have taken AK/SOSC 3380 6.00//AS/SOSC 3130 6.00//GL/WKST 3610 6.00//AK/AS/GL/WMST 3510 6.00. Not open to students who are taking or have taken AK/SOCI 3860 6.00//AK/SOSC 3730 6.00.

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Upper level requirements: Of the 90 credits required for the degree, students must complete at least 18 credits at the 3000 level or above, including at least 12 credits in the major. Residency requirement: At least 30 credits not used toward another academic program are to be taken at York University. Half the major credits must be taken through Atkinson. Graduating with a BA degree: Students must pass at least 90 credits that meet Atkinson degree and program requirements. The cumulative grade point average for all courses must be at least 4.0. At least 12 credits in the major must be taken at the 3000 level or above. Students must complete at least 18 credits outside the major. Upper level requirements: Of the 90 credits required for the degree, students must complete at least 18 credits at the 3000 level or above, including at least 12 credits in the major. Residency requirement: At least 30 credits not used toward another academic program are to be taken at York University. Half the major credits must be taken through Atkinson. Graduating with a BA degree: Students must pass at least 90 credits that meet Atkinson degree and program requirements. The cumulative grade point average for all courses must be at least 4.0.

BA SPECIALIZED HONOURS: SOCIOLOGY
120 credits including: General education requirements 24 credits including: Six Six Six Six credits credits credits credits 1000 1000 1000 1000 level level level level AK humanities AK social science SC natural science AK mathematics or AK modes of reasoning

BA SPECIALIZED HONOURS: SOCIOLOGY – STREAM IN DIASPORA CULTURES
Prerequisite: A 1000 level general education course in social science or permission of the undergraduate program director for students with equivalents. 120 credits including: General education requirements 24 credits including: Six Six Six Six credits credits credits credits 1000 1000 1000 1000 level level level level AK humanities AK social science SC natural science AK mathematics or AK modes of reasoning

Major – 54 credits including: 54 credits in sociology including: AK/SOCI AK/SOCI AK/SOCI AK/SOCI 2410 3310 3330 4600 6.00 6.00 6.00 6.00//AK/POLS 4600 6.00

At least 12 credits in the major must be taken at the 4000 level. Students must complete at least 18 credits outside the major. Upper level requirements: Of the 120 credits required for the degree, students must complete at least 36 credits at the 3000 level or above, including 18 credits at the 4000 level of which at least 12 credits must be in the major. Residency Requirement: At least 30 credits not used toward another academic program are to be taken at York University. Half the major credits must be taken through Atkinson. Graduating with a BA Honours degree: Students must pass at least 120 credits that meet Atkinson degree and program requirements. The cumulative grade point average for all courses must be at least 5.0.

Major – 54 credits including: 30 credits in sociology including: AK/SOCI 2410 6.00 AK/SOCI 3310 6.00 AK/SOCI 3330 6.00 AK/SOCI 4600 6.00//AK/POLS 4600 6.00 24 additional credits from the stream in diaspora cultures of which 12 credits must be taken from Group A and 12 additional credits from either Group A or Group B. At least 18 credits in the major must be at the 4000 level. Students must complete at least 18 credits outside the major. Upper level requirements: Of the 120 credits required for the degree, students must complete at least 36 credits at the 3000 level or above, including 18 credits at the 4000 level of which at least 12 credits must be in the major. Residency requirement: At least 30 credits not used toward another academic program are to be taken at York University. Half the major credits must be taken through Atkinson. Graduating with a BA Honours degree: Students must pass at least 120 credits that meet Atkinson degree and program requirements. The cumulative grade point average for all courses must be at least 5.0.

Sociology – Stream in Diaspora Cultures
BA: SOCIOLOGY – STREAM IN DIASPORA CULTURES
Prerequisite: A 1000 level general education course in social science or permission of the undergraduate program director for students with equivalents. 90 credits including: General education requirements 24 credits including: Six Six Six Six credits credits credits credits 1000 1000 1000 1000 level level level level AK humanities AK social science SC natural science AK mathematics or AK modes of reasoning

Diaspora Cultures Stream Courses
Group A AK/GEOG 3400 6.00//AK/SOCI 3400 6.00 AK/SOCI 3610 6.00//AK/HIST 3940 6.00 AK/SOCI 3620 6.00//AK/POLS 3620 6.00 AK/SOCI 3624 6.00//AK/POLS 3563 6.00 AK/SOCI 3680 6.00//AK/POLS 3680 6.00//AK/SOSC 3680 6.00

Major – 36 credits including; AK/SOCI 2410 6.00 AK/SOCI 3310 6.00 or AK/SOCI 3330 6.00 and 24 additional credits from the stream in diaspora cultures of which 12 credits must be taken from Group A and 12 additional credits from either Group A or Group B.

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Group B AK/AS/POLS 3260 6.00 AK/SOCI 3240 6.00//AK/HIST 3240 6.00 AK/SOCI 3580 6.00//AK/SOSC 3350 6.00 AK/SOCI 3604 6.00//AK/SOSC 3604 6.00 AK/SOCI 4040 6.00 AK/SOCI 4060 6.00//AK/POLS 4060 6.00 AK/SOCI 4081 6.00//AK/HIST 4920 6.00 AK/SOCI 4084 6.00//AK/HIST 4210 6.00//AK/POLS 4182 6.00 AK/SOCI 4500 6.00//AK/POLS 4240 6.00 AK/SOSC 2000 6.00//AS/GEOG 2310 6.00 AK/SOSC 3370 6.00//AK/SOCI 3370 6.00//AK/AS/GL/WMST 3801 6.00 AK/SOSC 3528 6.00//AK/AS/GL/WMST 3528 6.00 Following courses are recommended as electives for students taking the stream in diaspora cultures: *AK/EN3855 6.00; *AK/EN 3858 6.00//AK/HUMA 3858 6.00; *AK/EN 3862 3.00; AK/EN 3955 6.00/3.00//AK/HUMA 3670 3.00/6.00 AK/HIST 3630 6.00 AK/HUMA 3380 6.00//AK/EN 3856 6.00; AK/HUMA 3660 3.00/3660 6.00//AK/EN 3950 6.00/3.00; AK/AS/GL WMST 4506 3.00 AS/ANTH 3410 6.00; AS/ANTH 4250 6.00; AS/GEOG 4170 3.00 AS/HEB 3710 3.00 AS/HIST 3600 6.00 AS/HIST 3700 6.00 AS/HUMA 3310 6.00 AS/IT 3721 6.00//AS/EN 3556 6.00 AS/POLS 3570 3.00 AS/SOSC 3960 6.00 * Students may be admitted if they have completed a 1000-level course in humanities and are in their second or later year of study. Upper level requirements: Of the 90 credits required for the degree, students must complete at least 18 credits at the 3000 level or above, including at least 12 credits in the major. Residency requirement: At least 30 credits not used toward another academic program are to be taken at York University. Half the major credits must be taken through Atkinson. Graduating with a BA degree: Students must pass at least 90 credits that meet Atkinson degree and program requirements. The cumulative grade point average for all courses must be at least 4.0.

BA SPECIALIZED HONOURS: SOCIOLOGY – STREAM IN GENDER AND FAMILIES
Prerequisite: A 1000 level general education course in social science or permission of the undergraduate program director for students with equivalents. AK/SOSC 1780 6.00 or AK/SOSC 1900 6.00 are recommended to students considering the stream in gender and families. 120 credits including: General education requirements 24 credits including: Six Six Six Six credits credits credits credits 1000 1000 1000 1000 level level level level AK humanities AK social science SC natural science AK mathematics or AK modes of reasoning

Major – 54 credits including: 30 credits in sociology, including: AK/SOCI 2410 6.00 AK/SOCI 3310 6.00 AK/SOCI 3330 6.00 AK/SOCI 4600 6.00//AK/POLS 4600 6.00 and 24 additional credits in the stream in gender and families of which 12 credits must be taken in Group A and 12 additional credits in either Group A or B. At least 18 credits in the major must be taken at the 4000 level. Students must complete at least 18 credits outside the major. Upper level requirements: Of the 120 credits required for the degree, students must complete at least 36 credits at the 3000 level or above, including 18 credits at the 4000 level of which at least 12 credits must be in the major. Residency requirement: At least 30 credits not used toward another academic program are to be taken at York University. Half the major credits must be taken through Atkinson. Graduating with a BA Honours degree: Students must pass at least 120 credits that meet Atkinson degree and program requirements. The cumulative grade point average for all courses must be at least 5.0.

Sociology – Stream in Gender and Families
BA: SOCIOLOGY – STREAM IN GENDER AND FAMILIES
Prerequisite: A 1000 level general education course in social science or permission of the undergraduate program director for students with equivalents. AK/SOSC 1780 6.00 or AK/SOSC 1900 6.00 are recommended to students considering the stream in gender and families. 90 credits including: General education requirements 24 credits including: Six Six Six Six credits credits credits credits 1000 1000 1000 1000 level level level level AK humanities AK social science SC natural science AK mathematics or AK modes of reasoning

Gender and Families Stream Courses
Group A AK/POLS 3790 6.00//AK/SOCI 3790 6.00 AK/SOCI 3450 6.00//AK/SOSC 3601 6.00 AK/SOCI 3850 6.00//AK/POLS 3562 6.00//AK/SOSC 3620 6.00 #AK/SOCI 3860 6.00//AK/SOSC 3730 6.00 AK/SOSC 3370 6.00//AK/SOCI 3370 6.00//AK/AS/GL/WMST 3801 6.00

Major – 36 credits including: AK/SOCI 2410 6.00 AK/SOCI 3310 6.00 or AK/SOCI 3330 6.00 and 24 additional credits from the stream in gender and families of which 12 credits must be taken in Group A and 12 additional credits in either Group A or B. At least 12 credits in the major must be taken at the 3000 level or above. Students must complete at least 18 credits outside the major.

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Group B AK/GEOG 3400 6.00//AK/SOCI 3400 6.00 AK/SOCI 3420 6.00 AK/SOCI 3550 6.00//AK/SOSC 3602 6.00 *AK/SOCI 3645 6.00 AK/SOCI 3830 6.00 AK/SOCI 3880 3.00//HH/PSYC 3480 3.00 (formerly AK/PSYC 3700E 3.00) AK/SOCI 3885 3.00//HH/PSYC 3670 3.00 (formerly AK/PSYC 3700N 3.00) AK/SOCI 4010 6.00 AK/SOCI 4350 3.00/6.00 † AK/SOSC 3380 6.00//AS/SOSC 3130 6.00//GL/WKST 3610 6.00// AK/AS/GL/WMST 3510 6.00 AK/SOSC 3490 6.00//AK/SOCI 3495 6.00 ‡ AK/AS/GL/WMST 3502 6.00//GL/SOSC 3602 6.00
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Graduating with a BA degree: Students must pass at least 90 credits that meet Atkinson degree and program requirements. The cumulative grade point average for all courses must be at least 4.0.

BA SPECIALIZED HONOURS: SOCIOLOGY – STREAM IN SOCIAL JUSTICE
A program for the study of inequality and domination, resistance and collective empowerment, in Canada and beyond. Prerequisite: A 1000 level general education course in social science or permission of the undergraduate program director for students with equivalents. AK/SOSC 1880 6.00 or AK/SOSC 1910 6.00 are recommended to students considering the stream in social justice studies. 120 credits including: General education requirements 24 credits including: Six Six Six Six credits credits credits credits 1000 1000 1000 1000 level level level level AK humanities AK social science SC natural science AK mathematics or AK modes of reasoning

Not open to students who are taking or have taken AK/SOSC 3380 6.00// AS/SOSC 3130 6.00//GL/WKST 3610 6.00//AK/AS/GL/WMST 3510 6.00.

* Not open to students who are taking or have taken AK/AS/GL/WMST 3502 6.00.
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Not open to students who are taking or have taken AK/SOCI 3860 6.00// AK/SOSC 3730 6.00. Not open to students who are taking or have taken AK/SOCI 3645 6.00.

Major – 54 credits including: 30 credits in sociology including: AK/SOCI 2410 6.00 AK/SOCI 3310 6.00 AK/SOCI 3330 6.00 AK/SOCI 4600 6.00//AK/POLS 4600 6.00 and 24 additional credits in the stream in social justice studies. including the core course AK/SOSC 3890 6.00//AK/SOCI 3750 6.00//AK/POLS 3720 6.00. In addition to the core course, a student must take 18 additional credits from the list of social justice stream courses. At least 18 credits in the major must be taken at the 4000 level. Students must complete at least 18 credits outside the major. Upper level requirements: Of the 120 credits required for the degree, students must complete at least 36 credits at the 3000 level or above, including 18 credits at the 4000 level of which at least 12 credits must be in the major. Residency requirement: At least 30 credits not used toward another academic program are to be taken at York University. Half the major credits must be taken through Atkinson. Graduating with a BA Honours degree: Students must pass at least 120 credits that meet Atkinson degree and program requirements. The cumulative grade point average for all courses must be at least 5.0.

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Sociology – Stream in Social Justice
BA: SOCIOLOGY – STREAM IN SOCIAL JUSTICE
A program for the study of inequality and domination, resistance and collective empowerment, in Canada and beyond. Prerequisite: A 1000 level general education course in social science or permission of the undergraduate program director for students with equivalents. AK/SOSC 1880 6.00 or AK/SOSC 1910 6.00 are recommended to students considering the stream in social justice studies 90 credits including: General education requirements 24 credits including: Six Six Six Six credits credits credits credits 1000 1000 1000 1000 level level level level AK humanities AK social science SC natural science AK mathematics or AK modes of reasoning

Major – 36 credits including: AK/SOCI 2410 6.00 AK/SOCI 3310 6.00 or AK/SOCI 3330 6.00 and 24 credits must be taken in the stream in social justice studies, including the core course AK/SOSC 3890 6.00//AK/SOCI 3750 6.00//AK/POLS 3720 6.00. In addition to the core course, a student must take 18 additional credits from the list of social justice stream courses. At least 12 credits in the major must be taken at the 3000 level or above. Students must complete at least 18 credits outside the major. Upper level requirements: Of the 90 credits required for the degree, students must complete at least 18 credits at the 3000 level or above, including at least 12 credits in the major. Residency requirement: At least 30 credits not used toward another academic program are to be taken at York University. Half the major credits must be taken through Atkinson.

Social Justice Stream Courses
18 credits selected from the following list: AK/SOSC 2000 6.00//AS/GEOG 2310 6.00 AK/SOSC 3300 6.00 AK/SOSC 3370 6.00//AK/SOCI 3370 6.00//AK/AS/GL/WMST 3801 6.00 #AK/SOSC 3380 6.00//AS/SOSC 3130 6.00//GL/WKST 3610 6.00// AK/AS/GL/WMST 3510 6.00 AK/SOSC 3410 6.00//AK/SOCI 3410 6.00 AK/SOSC 3510 6.00 AK/SOSC 3528 6.00//AK/AS/GL WMST 3528 6.00 *AK/SOSC 3730 6.00//AK/SOCI 3860 6.0 AK/SOSC 4730 6.00 AK/SOSC 4740 6.00//AK/SOCI 4380 6.00

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AK/POLS 3740 6.00//AK/SOCI 3745 6.00 AK/POLS 3761 3.00 AK/POLS 3762 3.00 AK/SOCI 3392 6.00 AK/SOCI 3540 6.00//AK/SOSC 3320 6.00 AK/SOCI 3570 6.00//AK/POLS 3570 6.00 AK/SOCI 3610 6.00//AK/HIST 3940 6.00 AK/SOCI 3620 6.00//AK/POLS 3620 6.00 AK/SOCI 3645 6.00 AK/SOCI 3680 6.00//AK/POLS 3680 6.00/AK/SOSC 3680 6.00 AK/SOCI 3850 6.00//AK/POLS 3562 6.00//AK/SOSC 3620 6.00 AK/SOCI 4060 6.00//AK/POLS 4060 6.00 AK/AS/GL/WMST 3503 6.00//GL/ILST 3665 6.00//GL/SOCI 3665 6.00// GL/SOSC 3665 6.00 * Not open to students who have taken AK/SOSC 3380 6.00//AS/SOSC 3130 6.00//GL/WKST 3610 6.00//AK/AS/GL/WMST 3510 6.00.
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BA SPECIALIZED HONOURS: SOCIOLOGY – STREAM IN WORK AND THE WORKPLACE
Prerequisite: General education course – AK/SOSC 1740 6.00 (work and society) or permission of the undergraduate director for students with equivalents. 120 credits including: General education requirements 24 credits including: Six Six Six Six credits credits credits credits 1000 1000 1000 1000 level level level level AK humanities AK social science SC natural science AK mathematics or AK modes of reasoning

Major – 54 credits including: 30 credits in sociology including: AK/SOCI 2410 6.00 AK/SOCI 3310 6.00 AK/SOCI 3330 6.00 AK/SOCI 4600 6.00//AK/POLS 4600 6.00 and; 24 additional credits from the stream in work and the workplace; 12 credits must be taken from Group A and 12 additional credits from either Group A or Group B. At least 18 credits in the major must be at the 4000 level. Students must complete at least 18 credits outside the major. Upper level requirements: Of the 120 credits required for the degree, students must complete at least 36 credits at the 3000 level or above, including 18 credits at the 4000 level of which at least 12 credits must be in the major. Residency requirement: At least 30 credits not used toward another academic program are to be taken at York University. Half the major credits must be taken through Atkinson. Graduating with a BA Honours degree: Students must pass at least 120 credits that meet Atkinson degree and program requirements. The cumulative grade point average for all courses must be at least 5.0.

Not open to students who have taken AK/SOSC 3730 6.00//AK/SOCI 3860 6.00.

Sociology – Stream in Work and the Workplace
BA: SOCIOLOGY – STREAM IN WORK AND THE WORKPLACE
Prerequisite: General education course – AK/SOSC 1740 6.00 (work and society) or permission of the undergraduate director for students with equivalents. 90 credits including: General education requirements 24 credits including: Six Six Six Six credits credits credits credits 1000 1000 1000 1000 level level level level AK humanities AK social science SC natural science AK mathematics or AK modes of reasoning

Major – 36 credits including: AK/SOCI 2410 6.00; AK/SOCI 3310 6.00 or AK/SOCI 3330 6.00 and 24 additional credits from the stream in work and the workplace of which 12 credits must be taken from Group A and 12 additional credits from either Group A or Group B. At least 12 credits in the major must be taken at the 3000 level or above. Students must complete at least 18 credits outside the major. Upper level requirements: Of the 90 credits required for the degree, students must complete at least 18 credits at the 3000 level or above, including at least 12 credits in the major. Residency requirement: At least 30 credits not used toward another academic program are to be taken at York University. Half the major credits must be taken through Atkinson. Graduating with a BA degree: Students must pass at least 90 credits that meet Atkinson degree and program requirements. The cumulative grade point average for all courses must be at least 4.0.

Work and the Workplace Stream Courses
Group A AK/POLS 3740 6.00//AK/SOCI 3745 6.00 † AK/SOSC 3380 6.00//AS/SOSC 3130 6.00//GL/WKST 3610 6.00// AK/AS/GL/WMST 3510 6.00 AK/SOSC 3410 6.00//AK/SOCI 3410 6.00 AK/SOCI 3680 6.00//AK/POLS 3680 6.00//AK/SOSC 3680 6.00 # AK/SOCI 3860 6.00//AK/SOSC 3730 6.00 AK/AS/GL/WMST 3531 3.00
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Not open to students who are taking or have taken AK/SOSC 3380 6.00//GL/WKST 3610 6.00//AK/AS/GLWMST 3510 6.00. Not open to students who are taking or have taken AK/SOCI 3860 6.00//AK/SOSC 3730 6.00.

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Group B AK/GEOG 3410 6.00//AK/SOSC 3302 6.00 AK/POLS 3700 6.00 AK/POLS 3761 3.00 AK/POLS 3762 3.00 AK/POLS 4181 6.00 AK/SOSC 3300 6.00 AK/SOSC 3370 6.00//AK/SOCI 3370 6.00//AK/AS/GL/WMST 3801 6.00

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AK/SOSC 3510 6.00 AK/SOSC 4740 6.00//AK/SOCI 4380 6.00 AK/SOCI 3480 6.00 AK/SOCI 4120 3.00 Course Substitutes Subject to course exclusions, program requirements/restrictions, and residence requirements, the following courses are acceptable substitutes for the purpose of meeting program requirements. Program Course AK/SOCI 2410 6.00 AK/SOCI 3310 6.00 Course Substitutes AS/SOCI 1010 6.00, GL/SOCI 2510 6.00 AS/SOCI 2030 6.00, GL/POLS 3680 3.00// GL/SOCI 3680 3.00 GL/POLS 3690 3.00// GL/SOCI 3690 3.00 AS/SOCI 2040 6.00, GL/SOCI 3240 6.00 AK/SOCI 3900E 6.00 • address the intersections of race, ethnicity, disability, sexual identity and gender; • acknowledge the different perspectives on women in a global context; • explicitly identify the critical skills to be developed in the course. Non-core courses The School of Women’s Studies will offer a small number of non-core courses designed to serve a narrower disciplinary focus than the core courses, meet a particular program need (e.g. independent study or special topics courses), or appeal to non-women’s studies majors. These courses will have the second digit 8 in the course number, e.g. WMST 4802 3.00. Courses offered by other units Courses offered by other teaching units may be accepted for program credit or cross-listed with the School of Women’s Studies. These courses will count towards the major requirements in women’s studies. Please consult the School of Women’s Studies mini-calendar, available in the school’s main office, S711 Ross Building, 416 650 8144 (press 1).

AK/SOCI 3330 6.00 AK/SOCI 3750 6.00

Degree and program requirements

WOMEN’S STUDIES
School of Arts and Letters
Room 625, Atkinson Building Tel: 416 736 5900 E-mail: aksal@yorku.ca School of Women’s Studies The School of Women’s Studies offers a consolidated undergraduate program which brings together the women’s studies programs from the Faculties of Arts, Atkinson and Glendon College. This merged undergraduate program provides students with increased flexibility and access to a greater number and variety of women’s studies courses. Courses offered through the School of Women’s Studies will count as in-Faculty courses for Atkinson, Arts, and Glendon students, and will be offered during the day and evening on both the Keele campus and the Glendon campus. Please consult the School of Women’s Studies mini calendar for further information, available at the school’s main office, S711 Ross, 416 650 8144 (press 1). The undergraduate women’s studies curriculum is built around four different kinds of courses. Required courses: AK/AS/GL/WMST 2500 6.00 or AK/AS/GL/WMST 2510 9.00: required for all women’s studies majors; AK/AS/GL/WMST 4500 6.00: required for all women’s studies majors in a BA Honours program. Core courses The core courses are offered by the School of Women’s Studies and, like the required courses, have the second digit five (5) in the course number, e.g. WMST 2500 6.00. Students are required to select between 12 and 24 credits of core courses depending on their degree program. Core courses cover themes deemed essential to women’s studies and will explicitly aim to develop critical reading, writing and oral presentation skills, research skills and more advanced research and theoretical skills as appropriate to the course and year level. The required and core courses will: • focus primarily on women; • be taught from feminist perspectives; • be interdisciplinary;

Program note: All courses mounted by the School of Women’s Studies with a five (5) as the second digit (e.g. AK/AS/GL/WMST 2501 3.00) are considered core courses.

BA: WOMEN’S STUDIES
90 credits including: General education requirements 24 credits including: Six Six Six Six credits credits credits credits 1000 1000 1000 1000 level level level level AK humanities AK social science SC natural science AK mathematics or AK modes of reasoning

Major – 30 credits including: WMST 2500 6.00 or WMST 2510 9.00 At least 12 additional credits from the core course offerings. At least 12 credits in the major must be at the 3000 level or above. Students must complete at least 18 credits outside the major. Upper level requirements: Of the 90 credits required for the degree, students must complete at least 18 credits at the 3000 level or above, including at least 12 credits in the major. Residency requirement: At least 30 credits not used toward another academic program are to be taken at York University. Half the major credits must be taken through Atkinson. Graduating with a BA degree: Students must pass at least 90 credits that meet Atkinson degree and program requirements. The cumulative grade point average for all courses must be at least 4.0.

BA SPECIALIZED HONOURS: WOMEN’S STUDIES
120 credits including: General education requirements 24 credits including: Six Six Six Six credits credits credits credits 1000 1000 1000 1000 level level level level AK humanities AK social science SC natural science AK mathematics or AK modes of reasoning

Major – 54 credits including: WMST 2500 6.00 or WMST 2510 9.00 WMST 4500 6.00 and at least 24 additional credits from the core course offerings.

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At least 12 credits in the major must be at the 4000-level. Students must complete at least 18 credits outside the major. Upper level requirements: Of the 120 credits required for the degree, students must complete at least 36 credits at the 3000 level or above, including 18 credits at the 4000 level of which at least 12 credits must be in the major. Residency requirement: At least 30 credits not used toward another academic program are to be taken at York University. Half the major credits must be taken through Atkinson. Graduating with a BA Honours degree: Students must pass at least 120 credits that meet Atkinson degree and program requirements. The cumulative grade point average for all courses must be at least 5.0.

BA HONOURS DOUBLE MAJOR: WOMEN’S STUDIES
The BA Honours program in women’s studies may be pursued jointly with any other approved Honours major Bachelor program within the Atkinson Faculty, Faculty of Arts, Faculty of Environmental Science, Faculty of Fine Arts, Faculty of Health or Faculty of Science and Engineering that offers a double major option. Please refer to programs of study. Students must complete at least 42 credits in each major in conformity with the requirements of each program major. At least 12 credits in each major must be at the 4000 level. Please refer to Honours program for major requirements.

BA HONOURS MAJOR/MINOR: WOMEN’S STUDIES
The BA Honours major program in women’s studies may be combined with any approved Honours minor Bachelor program within the Atkinson Faculty, Faculty of Arts, Faculty of Environmental Science, Faculty of Fine Arts, Faculty of Health or Faculty of Science and Engineering that offers a major/minor option. Please refer to programs of study. Students must complete at least 42 credits in the major in conformity with the requirements of the program major and at least 30 credits in the minor in conformity with the requirements of the program minor. At least 12 credits in the major must be at the 4000 level and at least six credits in the minor must be at the 4000 level. Please refer to Honours program for major requirements. For Honours minor please refer to requirements below.

BA HONOURS: WOMEN’S STUDIES
120 credits including: General education requirements 24 credits including: Six Six Six Six credits credits credits credits 1000 1000 1000 1000 level level level level AK humanities AK social science SC natural science AK mathematics or AK modes of reasoning

Major – 42 credits including: WMST 2500 6.00 or WMST 2510 9.00 WMST 4500 6.00 and at least 18 additional credits from the core course offerings. At least 12 credits in the major must be at the 4000-level. Students must complete at least 18 credits outside the major (not applicable for double major and major/minors). Upper level requirements: Of the 120 credits required for the degree, students must complete at least 36 credits at the 3000 level or above, including 18 credits at the 4000 level of which at least 12 credits must be in the major. Residency Requirement: At least 30 credits not used toward another academic program are to be taken at York University. Half the major, double major, major/minor credits must be taken through Atkinson. Graduating with a BA Honours degree: Students must pass at least 120 credits that meet Atkinson degree and program requirements. The cumulative grade point average for all courses must be at least 5.0.

BA HONOURS MINOR: WOMEN’S STUDIES
The BA Honours minor program in women’s studies may be combined with any approved Honours major Bachelor program within the Atkinson Faculty, Faculty of Arts, Faculty of Environmental Science, Faculty of Fine Arts, Faculty of Health or Faculty of Science and Engineering that offers a major/minor option. Please refer to programs of study. Minor – 30 credits including: WMST 2500 6.00 or WMST 2510 9.00 and at least 12 additional credits from the core course offerings. At least 12 credits in the minor must be at the 3000 level or above including at least six credits at the 4000 level.

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BHRM Programs of Study

ATKINSON Faculty of Liberal & Professional Studies

BACHELOR OF HUMAN RESOURCES MANAGEMENT

ACADEMIC STANDING
BACHELOR OF HUMAN RESOURCES MANAGEMENT: 90 credit degree
Entry/re-entry into the BHRM program: Students prior to entry are required to have completed one 12U mathematics course or the equivalent. Students with less than 90 credits completed require a minimum cumulative grade point average of 5.0 to enter the program. At the point of completing 90 credits, students who have not attained the minimum cumulative and major grade point average of 5.0 will be ineligible to enter/re-enter the program. No extra courses may be taken in a subsequent session in an effort to raise the grade point average to enter the BHRM program. Note: All students who enter/re-enter the BHRM program must follow the requirements of the program in place at the time of entry/re-entry. Some programs may have limited entry. Atkinson students may submit a change of degree request to enter/reenter the program to the Office of Student and Academic Services. Faculty Transfers: Students from other Faculties may submit a Faculty transfer request to enter the BHRM program to Student Client Services. Continuing BHRM Students: Students who have completed less than 90 credits and maintain a minimum cumulative grade point average of at least 5.0 may proceed in good standing in the 90 credit or Honours degree. BHRM students who upon completion of 90 credits have a minimum cumulative and major grade point average of 5.0 may apply to graduate or have the option to proceed in Honours. Graduating with a BHRM degree: Students must pass at least 90 credits that meet Faculty’s degree and program requirements, with a cumulative and major grade point average of at least 5.0. Failure to maintain academic standing: Advising recommended. Please refer to section on academic penalties. Students who have completed at least 24 York credits with a cumulative grade point average below 2.5 will be required to withdraw for 12 months and are ineligible to proceed in the program. BHRM students who have completed less than 90 credits whose cumulative grade point average is below 5.0, will be placed on program warning and may continue in the 90 credit BHRM degree only. BHRM students who have completed at least 90 credits or greater with a cumulative and/or major grade point average below 5.0 will be ineligible to proceed or graduate. No extra courses may be taken in a subsequent session in an effort to raise the grade point average for the program. Students may petition for an Honours waiver or to be allowed additional credits to graduate with the bachelor degree. The additional credits if granted must be taken at York University.

At the point of completing 90 credits, students who have not attained the minimum cumulative and major grade point average of 5.0 will be ineligible to enter/re-enter the program. No extra courses may be taken in a subsequent session in an effort to raise the grade point average to enter the BHRM program. Note: All students who enter/re-enter the BHRM program must follow the requirements of the program in place at the time of entry/re-entry. Some programs may have limited entry. Atkinson students may submit a change of degree request to enter/reenter the program to the Office of Student and Academic Services. Faculty transfers: Students from other Faculties may submit a Faculty transfer request to enter the BHRM program to Student Client Services. Continuing BHRM Honours students: Students who have completed less than 90 credits and maintain a cumulative grade point average of at least 5.0 may proceed in good standing in the BHRM Honours degree. Students who have completed 90 credits with a cumulative and major average of 5.0 may proceed in Honours. BHRM Honours students who completed 120 credits or greater who have a minimum cumulative grade point average of 5.0 and a major grade point average of 5.5 may continue in Honours if requirements are not met or apply to graduate. Graduating with a BHRM Honours degree: Students must pass at least 120 credits which meet the Faculty’s degree and program requirements with a minimum cumulative grade point average of 5.0 and a major grade point average of 5.5. Option to graduate with a bachelor degree: Students registered in the BHRM Honours degree may opt to graduate with a bachelor degree if they fulfil degree and program requirements. Students who wish to take advantage of this option should complete an application to graduate available from Student Client Services. Failure to maintain academic standing: Advising recommended. Please refer to section on academic penalties. Students who have completed at least 24 York credits with a cumulative grade point average below 2.5 will be required to withdraw for 12 months and are ineligible to proceed in the program. BHRM Honours students who have completed less than 90 credits, whose cumulative grade point average is below 5.0, will be placed on program warning and may continue in the 90 credit BRHM degree only. BHRM Honours students who have completed at least 90 credits with a cumulative and/or major grade point average below 5.0 will be ineligible to proceed in the program. No extra courses may be taken in a subsequent session in an effort to raise the grade point average for the program. Students may petition for an Honours waiver or to be allowed additional credits to graduate with the bachelor degree. The additional credits if granted must be taken at York University. BHRM Honours students who have completed 120 credits or greater with a minimum cumulative grade point average of 5.0 and a major grade point average of at least 5.0 but below 5.5 are ineligible for Honours and may apply to graduate with the 90 credit BHRM degree. BHRM Honours students who have completed 120 credits or greater with a cumulative grade point average below 5.0 and/or a major grade point average below 5.5 will be ineligible to proceed or graduate.

Bachelor of Human Resources Management Honours: 120 credit degree
Entry/re-entry into the BHRM Honours program: Students prior to entry are required to have completed one 12U mathematics course or the equivalent. Students with less than 90 credits completed require a minimum cumulative grade point average of 5.0 to enter the program.

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HUMAN RESOURCES MANAGEMENT
School of Administrative Studies
Room 282, Atkinson Building Tel: 416 736 5210 E-mail: aksas@yorku.ca

Major – 54 credits including the following: i) 42 credits (program core) as follows: AK/ADMS 1000 3.00* AK/ADMS 1500 3.00 AK/ADMS 2400 3.00 or AK/AS/HH/SC/PSYC 3570 3.00 AK/ADMS 2600 3.00 AK/ADMS 3400 3.00 AK/ADMS 3410 3.00 AK/ADMS 3420 3.00 AK/ADMS 3422 3.00 AK/ADMS 3430 3.00 AK/ADMS 3440 3.00 AK/ADMS 3450 3.00 AK/ADMS 3470 3.00 AK/ADMS 3490 3.00 AK/ECON 3610 3.00** or AS/ECON 3240 3.00 ** Prerequisites waived for BHRM students ii) Twelve additional credits chosen from the following courses list of course options: AK/ADMS 2200 3.00 AK/ADMS 2320 3.00 AK/ADMS 3120 3.00 AK/ADMS 3330 3.00 AK/ADMS 3660 3.00 AK/ADMS 3930 3.00 HH/PSYC 3140 3.00 HH/PSYC 3410 3.00 HH/PSYC 3430 3.00 AS/SOCI 3610 3.00 AK/SOCI 3860 6.00//AK/SOSC 3730 6.00 AK/SOSC 3300 6.00 AK/SOSC 3350 6.00//AK/SOCI 3580 6.00 AK/SOSC 3680 6.00//AK/POLS 3680 6.00//AK/SOCI 3680 6.00 Required credits outside the major and administrative studies: At least 18 credits including: HH/PSYC 1010 6.00 AK/SOCI 2410 6.00 or AS/SOCI 1010 6.00 Upper level requirement: The 90 credits above must include at least 18 credits in the major at the 3000 level or above. Residency requirement: At least 30 credits not used toward another academic program are to be taken at York University. Half the major credits must be taken through Atkinson. Graduating with a BHRM degree: Students must pass at least 90 credits that meet Atkinson degree and program requirements. The cumulative and major grade point average for all courses must be at least 5.0.

Degree and program requirements
Note 1: Students prior to entering Human Resources Management are required to have completed one 12U mathematics course or the equivalent. Note 2: The Human Resources Professionals Association of Ontario (HRPAO) requires AK/ADMS 1500 3.00 or both AK/ADMS 2500 3.00 and AK/ADMS 2510 3.00 in order to be approved as having met the academic requirements for the Certified Human Resources Professional (CHRP). Note 3: Under the certification process, HRPAO requires an average of 70 per cent with the lowest acceptable grade in any required course of 65 per cent. Note 4: *For students who have a prior degree in a business related program, AK/ADMS 1000 3.00 is waived for the program and as a prerequisite. Students must in its place complete an additional three credits from the list of additional course options within the major (ii).

BHRM
90 credits including: General education requirements: BHRM students must complete either option A or B as specified. Students may not combine options. Atkinson general education rules apply. Please refer to the calendar for details. Option A: In accordance with Atkinson general education requirements, BHRM students must complete 18 credits from the following: Six Six Six Six credits credits credits credits 1000 1000 1000 1000 level level level level AK humanities AK social science SC natural science AK modes of reasoning

Note: Modes of Reasoning is recommended Option B: In accordance with the Faculty of Arts general education requirements, BHRM students must complete: Faculty of Arts general education requirements 24 credits including: Nine credit foundation course at the 1000 level AS humanities or AS social science. Six credits 1000 level SC natural science Nine credit foundation course at the 2000 level AS humanities or AS social science. (Students who take a nine credit foundation course in humanities at the 1000 level must then take a nine credit foundation course in social science at the 2000 level or vice versa) BHRM students who complete the Faculty of Arts general education requirements, 18 credits will count towards fulfilment of the Atkinson Faculty general eduation requirements. The remaining 6 credits will count towards the fulfilment of the required credits outside administrative studies or the major.

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BHRM HONOURS:
120 credits including: General education requirements: BHRM students must complete either option A or B as specified. Students may not combine options. Atkinson general education rules apply. Please refer to the calendar for details. Option A: In accordance with Atkinson general education requirements, BHRM students must complete 18 credits from the following: Six Six Six Six credits credits credits credits 1000 1000 1000 1000 level level level level AK humanities AK social science SC natural science AK modes of reasoning AK/SOSC 3350 6.00//AK/SOCI 3580 6.00 AK/SOSC 3680 6.00//AK/POLS 3680 6.00//AK/SOCI 3680 6.00 AK/ADMS 4010 3.00 AK/ADMS 4050 3.00 AK/ADMS 4480 3.00 AK/ADMS 4481 3.00 AK/ADMS 4485 3.00 AK/ADMS 4495 3.00 Required credits outside the major and administrative studies: At least 18 credits including: HH/PSYC 1010 6.00 AK/SOCI 2410 6.00 or AS/SOCI 1010 6.00 Upper level requirement: Of the 120 credits required, at least 36 credits must be completed at the 3000 level or above including at least 18 credits in the major at the 4000 level. Residency requirement: At least 30 credits not used toward another academic program are to be taken at York University. Half the major credits must be taken through Atkinson. Graduating with a BHRM Honours degree: Students must pass at least 120 credits that meet Atkinson degree and program requirements. The cumulative grade point average for all courses must be at least 5.0 and the major grade point average at least 5.5.

Note: Modes of Reasoning is recommended Option B: In accordance with the Faculty of Arts general education requirements, BHRM students must complete: Faculty of Arts general education requirements 24 credits including: Nine credit foundation course at the 1000 level AS humanities or AS social science. Six credits 1000 level SC natural science Nine credit foundation course at the 2000 level AS humanities or AS social science. (Students who take a nine credit foundation course in humanities at the 1000 level must then take a nine credit foundation course in social science at the 2000 level or vice versa) BHRM students who complete the Faculty of Arts general education requirements, 18 credits will count towards fulfilment of the Atkinson Faculty general eduation requirements. The remaining 6 credits will count towards the fulfilment of the required credits outside administrative studies or the major. Major –81 credits including: i) 42 credits (program core) as required for the BHRM 90 credit program plus the following 27 credits: AK/ADMS AK/ADMS AK/ADMS AK/ADMS AK/ADMS AK/ADMS AK/ADMS AK/ADMS AK/ADMS 2320 3330 4410 4420 4430 4440 4460 4470 4490 3.00 3.00 3.00 3.00 3.00 3.00 3.00 3.00 3.00

ii) Twelve additional credits chosen from the following courses list of course options below: AK/ADMS 2200 3.00 AK/ADMS 3120 3.00 AK/ADMS 3660 3.00 AK/ADMS 3930 3.00 HH/PSYC 3140 3.00 HH/PSYC 3410 3.00 HH/PSYC 3430 3.00 AS/SOCI 3610 3.00 AK/SOCI 3860 6.00//AK/SOSC 3730 6.00 AK/SOSC 3300 6.00

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Bachelor of Science

ATKINSON Faculty of Liberal & Professional Studies

BACHELOR OF SCIENCE

ACADEMIC STANDING
BACHELOR OF SCIENCE: 90 credits
Entry/re-entry into the program: Students may enter/re-enter the program once they have attained the required grades for the program. Atkinson students may enter/re-enter the BSc bachelor degree prior to completion of 102 credits. Note : All students who enter/re-enter the BSc program must follow the requirements of the program in place at the time of entry/re-entry. Atkinson students entering a BSc program may submit their change of degree request to the Office of Student and Academic Services. Faculty transfers: Students may transfer to an Atkinson bachelor degree program provided they meet the minimum cumulative grade point average of 4.0. Students from other Faculties may submit a Faculty transfer request to enter the BSc program to Student Client Services. Continuing in a BSc degree: Students who maintain a cumulative grade point average of at least 4.0 may proceed in good standing in the bachelor degree. Graduating with a BSc degree: Students must pass at least 90 credits that meet Faculty’s degree and program requirements, with a cumulative and major grade point average of at least 4.0. Failure to maintain academic standing: Advising recommended. Please refer to section on academic penalties. All students who have completed at least 24 York credits with a cumulative grade point average below 2.5 will be required to withdraw for 12 months. BSc students who have completed less than 90 credits who fail to maintain the minimum cumulative grade point average of 4.0 will be placed on academic warning. Additional credits to raise grade point average for graduation: BSc students who upon completion of 90 passed credits whose cumulative grade point average is below 4.0 will be allowed a maximum of 12 attempted credits beyond the 90 passed credits in an attempt to raise their cumulative grade point average to the minimum of 4.0 to continue or graduate. These courses must be taken at York University. Note: New, repeated, passed and failed courses will count towards the total maximum number of attempted credits. Students who have 90 passed credits and have attempted 12 credits beyond the 90, who failed to attain the minimum cumulative grade point average of 4.0 will be ineligible to continue or graduate.

Faculty transfers: Students qualify for transfer to an Atkinson BSc Honours program provided they have met the Honours warning minimum progression cumulative grade point average requirement for Honours by year level. No extra courses may be taken in a subsequent session in an effort to raise the grade point average to qualify for Honours. Students from other Faculties may submit a Faculty transfer request to enter the BSc Honours program to Student Client Services. Continuing BSc Honours students: To continue in an Honours program, students must maintain a cumulative grade point average of at least 5.0. Students whose cumulative grade point average falls below 5.0 during the course of their studies may proceed in an Honours program, on warning, provided that they meet year level progression requirements. (Refer to section on academic penalties) Graduating with a BSc Honours degree: Students must pass at least 120 credits which meet the Faculty’s degree and program requirements with a cumulative grade point average of at least 5.0. Option to graduate with a bachelor degree: Students registered in the BSc Honours degree may opt to graduate with a bachelor degree if they fulfil degree and program requirements. Students who wish to take advantage of this option should complete an application to graduate available from Student Client Services. Failure to maintain academic standing. Advising recommended. Please refer to the section on academic penalties Students who have completed at least 24 York credits with a cumulative grade point average below 2.5 will be required to withdraw for 12 months. Students who have completed less than 84 credits, who fail to maintain the Honours minimum cumulative grade point average requirement of 5.0 may proceed in Honours on warning provided they meet the year level progression requirements. Students who have completed less than 84 credits, who fail to maintain the Honours warning year level progression requirement will automatically be placed in the bachelor degree, if applicable. Students who have completed 84 credits, but less that 120 credits who fall below the cumulative grade point average of 5.0 will be ineligible to proceed in Honours. Students may petition for an Honours waiver. Students who have completed 90 credits, but less than 120 credits whose cumulative grade point average is at least 4.0 but below 5.0 may apply to graduate with a bachelor degree (if applicable) if they fulfil degree and program requirements or petition for an Honours waiver. Students who have completed 120 credits or greater who fail to maintain the Honours cumulative grade point average of 5.0 will be ineligible to proceed. Students may apply to graduate with a bachelor degree (if applicable) if they fulfil degree and program requirements.

BSc Honours: 120 credits
Entry/re-entry: Students may enter/re-enter Honours if they meet the Honours warning minimum progression cumulative grade point average requirement by year level. Students who have not attained the 5.0 cumulative grade point average at the point of completing 84 credits, will be ineligible for Honours. No extra courses may be taken in a subsequent session in an effort to raise the grade point average to qualify for Honours. (refer to sction on academic penalties). Note: All students who enter/re-enter the BSc Honours program must follow the requirements of the program in place at the time of entry/reentry. Some programs may have limited entry. Atkinson students entering a BSc Honours program may submit their change of degree request to the Office of Student and Academic Services.

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COMPUTER SCIENCE
Department of Computer Science and Engineering
Room 1003, Computer Science Building Tel: 416 736 5334 E-mail: enquiries@cs.yorku.ca A maximum of three 2000, 3000 or 4000 level computer science courses in one term is permitted. In the summer term, students are not permitted to take more than six credits in computer science. If any student enrols in more than the allowed number of courses per term they will be removed from whichever courses the department requires the space.

AK/AS/SC/CSE 3101 3.00 AK/AS/SC/CSE 3221 3.00 AK/AS/SC/CSE 3311 3.00 three credits from courses with second digit 4 (i.e. applications area) and at least six additional credits at the 3000 level. Required credits outside the major: AK/AS/SC/MATH 1090 3.00 AK/AS/SC/MATH 1300 3.00 AK/AS/SC/MATH 1310 3.00 at least six additional credits in science at the 2000 level or above. Upper-level requirements: Of the 90 credits at least 18 credits at the 3000 level or above. Residency requirement: At least 30 credits not used toward another academic program are to be taken at York University. Half the major credits must be taken through Atkinson. Graduating with a BSc degree: Students must successfully complete the above required 90 credits with a minimum overall cumulative grade point average of 4.0.

Degree and program requirements
Students prior to entry are required to have completed Grade 12U Advanced Functions and one other 12U mathematics course or the equivalent – overall grade no less than 75% and no math course less than 65%. The department general prerequisite cumulative grade point average over all computer science major courses must be met to proceed in the program. All 2000 level and above computer science courses have general prerequisite requirements that must be met before proceeding to the next level of study. General prerequisites for computer science courses are as follows: 2000 level computer science courses: All 2000 level computer science courses require the following general prerequisites; • AK/AS/SC/CSE 1030 3.00 with a grade of at least C+. • Non-majors may apply to the undergraduate director for special consideration. 3000 and 4000 level computer science courses: Most 3000 and 4000 level computer science courses require the following general prerequisites, in addition to or including any specifically stated in the course descriptions: • AK/AS/SC/CSE 2011 3.00. • A cumulative grade point average of 4.5 or better over all completed major computer science courses, including AK/AS/SC CSE 1019 3.00//AK/AS/SC/MATH 1019 3.00.

BSc SPECIALIZED HONOURS: COMPUTER SCIENCE
Specialized Honours degree candidates must complete at least 30 credits which are neither computer science nor mathematics. 120 credits minimum including: General education: Six credits 1000 level AK humanities Six credits 1000 level AK social science Six credits 1000 level AK mathematics or AK modes of reasoning Six credits – The natural science requirement must be satisfied by taking one of SC/BIOL 1010 6.00; SC/CHEM 1000 3.00 and SC/CHEM 1001 3.00; SC/EATS 1010 3.00 and SC/EATS 1011 3.00; SC/PHYS 1010 6.00 or SC/PHYS 1410 6.00. Major – At least 58 credits including: AK/AS/SC/CSE AK/AS/SC/CSE AK/AS/SC/CSE AK/AS/SC/CSE AK/AS/SC/CSE AK/AS/SC/CSE AK/AS/SC/CSE AK/AS/SC/CSE AK/AS/SC/CSE AK/AS/SC/CSE AK/AS/SC/CSE AK/AS/SC/CSE 1019 1020 1030 2001 2011 2021 2031 3000 3101 3221 3311 3401 3.00//AK/AS/SC MATH 1019 3.00 3.00 3.00 3.00 3.00 4.00 3.00 3.00 3.00 3.00 3.00 3.00

BSc: COMPUTER SCIENCE
90 credits including: General education: Six credits 1000 level AK humanities Six credits 1000 level AK social science Six credits 1000 level AK mathematics or AK modes of reasoning Six credits – The natural science requirement must be satisfied by taking one of SC/BIOL 1010 6.00; SC/CHEM 1000 3.00 and SC/CHEM 1001 3.00; SC/EATS 1010 3.00 and SC/EATS 1011 3.00; SC/PHYS 1010 6.00 or SC/PHYS 1410 6.00. Major – 40 credits including: AK/AS/SC/CSE AK/AS/SC/CSE AK/AS/SC/CSE AK/AS/SC/CSE AK/AS/SC/CSE AK/AS/SC/CSE AK/AS/SC/CSE 1019 1020 1030 2001 2011 2021 2031 3.00//AK/AS/SC MATH 1019 3.00 3.00 3.00 3.00 3.00 4.00 3.00

Students majoring in computer science without a stream must complete the following additional credits: At least three additional computer science credits at the 3000 level; AK/AS/SC/CSE 4101 3.00 or AK/AS/SC/CSE 4111 3.00 or AK/AS/SC/CSE 4115 3.00; Nine more computer science credits at the 4000 level; Six more computer science credits at either the 3000 or 4000 level. Students pursuing the communication networks stream must also complete the following additional credits: AK/AS/SC/CSE 3213 3.00; AK/AS/SC/CSE 3451 4.00; AK/AS/SC/CSE 4084 6.00;

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AK/AS/SC/CSE 4213 3.00; AK/AS/SC/CSE 4214 3.00; AK/AS/SC/CSE 4101 3.00 or AK/AS/SC/CSE 4111 3.00 or AK/AS/SC/CSE 4115 3.00; Students pursuing the interactive systems stream must also complete the following additional credits: AK/AS/SC/CSE 3431 3.00; AK/AS/SC/CSE 3461 3.00; AK/AS/SC/CSE 4082 6.00; AK/AS/SC/CSE 4101 3.00 or AK/AS/SC/CSE 4111 3.00 or AK/AS/SC/CSE 4115 3.00; Six credits chosen from: AK/AS/SC/CSE 4431 3.00, AK/AS/SC/CSE 4441 3.00, AK/AS/SC/CSE 4461 3.00, AK/AS/SC/CSE 4471 3.00. Students pursing the intelligent systems stream must complete the following additional credits: AK/AS/SC/CSE 3402 3.00 AK/AS/SC/CSE 4101 3.00 or AK/AS/SC/CSE 4111 3.00 or AK/AS/SC/CSE 4115 3.00; AK/AS/SC/CSE 4081 6.00; AK/AS/SC/CSE 4401 3.00 or AK/AS/SC/CSE 4402 3.00; AK/AS/SC/CSE 4421 3.00 or AK/AS/SC/CSE 4422 3.00; Three more computer science credits at either the 3000 or 4000 level. Students pursuing the software development stream must also complete the following additional credits: AK/AS/SC/CSE 3341 3.00 AK/AS/SC/CSE 3421 3.00 AK/AS/SC/CSE 3461 3.00 AK/AS/SC/CSE 4090 6.00 AK/AS/SC/CSE 4312 3.00 AK/AS/SC/CSE 4313 3.00 Three credits chosen from: AK/AS/SC/CSE 4101 3.00 or AK/AS/SC/CSE 4111 3.00 or AK/AS/SC/CSE 4115 3.00 Required credits outside the major: AK/AS/SC/MATH 1025 3.00 AK/AS/SC/MATH 1090 3.00 AK/AS/SC/MATH 1300 3.00 AK/AS/SC/MATH 1310 3.00 AK/AS/SC/MATH 2030 3.00 At least six additional credits in science at the 2000 level or above. Upper-level requirements: Of the required minimum of 120 credits at least 39 credits must be at the 3000 level or above including at least 12 credits in the major at the 4000 level. Residency requirement: At least 30 credits not used toward another academic program are to be taken at York University. Half the major credits must be taken through Atkinson. Graduating with a BSc Honours degree: Students must successfully complete the above required minimum 120 credits with a minimum overall cumulative grade point average of 5.0. Course Substitutes Subject to course exclusions, program requirements/restrictions, and residence requirements, the following courses are acceptable substitutes for the purpose of meeting program requirements. Program Course AK/AS/SC/CSE 1019 3.00 AK/AS/SC/MATH 1025 3.00 Course Substitutes AK/AS/SC/MATH 2320 3.00 (taken prior to Summer 2004) AK/AS/SC/MATH 1021 3.00 or AK/AS/SC/MATH 2221 3.00 or AK/AS/SC/MATH 2021 3.00 AS/SC/MATH 1000 3.00 or AS/SC/MATH 1013 3.00 AS/SC/MATH 1010 3.00 or AS/SC/MATH 1014 3.00

AK/AS/SC/MATH 1300 3.00 AK/AS/SC/MATH 1310 3.00

COMPUTER SECURITY
Department of Computer Science and Engineering
Room 1003, Computer Science Building Tel: 416 736 5334 E-mail: enquiries@cs.yorku.ca

Degree and program requirements
Students prior to entry are required to have completed Grade 12U Advanced Functions and one other 12U mathematics course or the equivalent – overall grade no less than 75% and no math course less than 65%. The department general prerequisite cumulative grade point average over all computer science major courses must be met to proceed in the program. All 2000 level and above computer science courses have general prerequisite requirements that must be met before proceeding to the next level of study. Please refer to the information above for Computer Science, the undergraduate calendar or departmental supplementary calendar for further program details. Note 1: A Modes of Reasoning course is required to fulfil the general education requirement. A mathematics course may not be taken to fulfil this requirement. Note 2: AK/AS/SC/MATH 1190 3.00 must be taken if the student has not passed 12U Geometry and Discrete Mathematics. Note 3: The student must choose to take either AK/AS/SC/CSE 1020 3.00 and AK/AS/SC/CSE 1030 3.00 or AK/ITEC 1620 3.00 and AK/ITEC 1630 3.00 and AK/ITEC 2620 3.00. Either combination of courses meets prerequisites for 2000 level CSE courses with a C+ grade in either AK/AS/SC/CSE 1030 3.00 or AK/ITEC 2620 3.00. Note 4: Wherever specified ITEC courses are used to satisfy degree requirements in this program they will also be used in the general prerequisite GPA calculations.

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BA SPECIALIZED HONOURS: COMPUTER SECURITY
120 credits including: All Honours degree candidates must complete at least 30 credits which are neither computer science, mathematics nor information technology. General education requirements 24 credits including: Six credits 1000 level AK humanities Six credits 1000 level AK social science Six credits 1000 level AK modes of reasoning Six credits – The natural science requirement must be satisfied by taking one of SC/BIOL 1010 6.00; SC/CHEM 1000 3.00 and SC/CHEM 1001 3.00; SC/EATS 1010 3.00 and SC/EATS 1011 3.00; SC/PHYS 1010 6.00 or SC/PHYS 1410 6.00. Major – At least 59 credits including: AK/AS/SC/CSE 1019 3.00//AK/AS/SC/MATH 1019 3.00 Either AK/AS/SC CSE 1020 3.00 and AK/AS/SC CSE 1030 3.00 or AK/ITEC 1620 3.00 and AK/ITEC 1630 3.00 and AK/ITEC 2620 3.00 AK/AS/SC CSE 2001 3.00 AK/AS/SC CSE 2011 3.00 AK/AS/SC CSE 2021 4.00 AK/AS/SC CSE 2031 3.00 AK/AS/SC CSE 3000 3.00 AK/AS/SC CSE 3101 3.00 AK/AS/SC CSE 3213 3.00 AK/AS/SC CSE 3221 3.00 AK/AS/SC CSE 3311 3.00 AK/AS/SC CSE 3421 3.00 or AK/ITEC 3220 3.00 AK/AS/SC CSE 3481 3.00 AK/AS/SC CSE/MATH 4161 3.00 AK/AS/SC CSE 4213 3.00 AK/AS/SC CSE 4413 3.00 AK/AS/SC CSE 4481 4.00 AK/AS/SC CSE 4482 3.00 Required credits outside the major: AK/AS/SC MATH 1025 3.00 AK/AS/SC MATH 1090 3.00 AK/AS/SC MATH 1131 3.00 AK/AS/SC MATH 1300 3.00 AK/AS/SC MATH 1310 3.00 AK/AS/SC MATH 2030 3.00 AK/AS/PHIL 2075 3.00 or AS/SC/STS 3500 3.00 At least six additional credits in science at the 2000 level or above. Upper-level requirements: Of the required minimum of 120 credits at least 39 credits must be at the 3000 level or above including at least 12 credits in the major at the 4000 level. Residency requirement: At least 30 credits not used toward another academic program are to be taken at York University. Half the major credits must be taken through Atkinson. Graduating with a BA Honours degree: Students must pass at least 120 credits that meet Atkinson degree and program requirements. The cumulative grade point average for all courses must be at least 5.0. Course Substitutes Subject to course exclusions, program requirements/restrictions, and residence requirements, the following courses are acceptable substitutes for the purpose of meeting program requirements. Program Course AK/AS/SC/CSE 1019 3.00 AK/AS/SC/MATH 1025 3.00 Course Substitutes AK/AS/SC/MATH 2320 3.00 (taken prior to Summer 2004) AK/AS/SC/MATH 1021 3.00 or AK/AS/SC/MATH 2221 3.00 or AK/AS/SC/MATH 2021 3.00 AS/SC/MATH 1000 3.00 or AS/SC/MATH 1013 3.00 AS/SC/MATH 1010 3.00 or AS/SC/MATH 1014 3.00

AK/AS/SC/MATH 1300 3.00 AK/AS/SC/MATH 1310 3.00

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BSW Programs of Study

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BACHELOR OF SOCIAL WORK

ACADEMIC STANDING
Entry/re-entry into the program: Students may enter/re-enter the BSW Honours degree if they meet Honours warning minimum progression cumulative grade point average requirement by year level. Students who have not attained the 5.0 cumulative grade point average at the point of completing 84 credits will be ineligible for Honours. No extra courses may be taken in a subsequent session in an effort to raise the grade point average to qualify for Honours (refer to section on academic penalties). Note: All students who enter/re-enter the BSW program must follow the requirements of the program in place at the time of entry/re-entry. Some programs may have limited entry. All requests for entry/re-entry also require a supplemental application and are subject to School of Social Work approval. Atkinson students may submit a change of degree request to enter/re-enter the program to the Office of Student and Academic Serivces. Faculty transfers: Students qualify for transfer to an Atkinson BSW Honours program provided they have met the Honours warning minimum progression cumulative grade point average requirement by year level. No extra courses may be taken in a subsequent session in an effort to raise the grade point average to qualify for Honours. Students from other Faculties may submit a Faculty transfer request to enter the BSW Honours program to Student Client Services. BSW minimum academic standing for Honours: A cumulative grade point average of at least 5.0 and a minimum grade of C in all courses used in the major. Continuing BSW Honours students: To continue in an Honours program, students must maintain a cumulative grade point average of at least 5.0 and a minimum grade of C in courses used in the major. Students whose cumulative grade point average falls below 5.0 during the course of their studies may proceed in an Honours program, on warning, provided that they meet year level progression requirements. (Refer to section on academic penalties). BSW Honours students at the point of completing 120 credits who have at least a cumulative grade point average of 5.0 and have a minimum grade of C in all courses used in the major, may apply to graduate or continue in BSW Honours if requirements are not met. Graduation BSW Honours (120 credit) degree: Students must pass at least 120 credits which meet the Faculty’s degree and program requirements with a cumulative grade point average of at least 5.0 and a minimum grade of C in all courses used in the major. Failure to maintain academic standing: Advising recommended. Please refer to section on academic penalties. All students who have completed at least 24 York credits with a cumulative grade point average below 2.5 will be required to withdraw for 12 months and are ineligible to proceed in the program. Student who have a major course(s) with a grade below C are required to repeat the course in the next available session and prior to completing 120 credits. It is highly recommended that students make an advising appointment with the School of Social Work. BSW Honours students who have completed less than 84 credits who fail to maintain the Honours minimum cumulative grade point average of 5.0 may proceed in Honours on warning provided they meet the year level progression requirement. Students who are below the Honours warning progression requirement will be ineligible to proceed in the program. Students may change their program of study.

BSW Honours students who have completed 84 credits but less than 120 credits who fall below the cumulative grade point average of 5.0 will be ineligible to proceed in the program. Students may petition for an honours waiver. BSW Honours students who have completed 120 credits or greater with a cumulative grade point average of less than 5.0 and a grade less than C in a course used in the major will be ineligible to proceed or graduate in the program.

SOCIAL WORK
School of Social Work
Kinsmen Building Tel: 416 736 5226 E-mail: aksowk@yorku.ca There are two points of admission to the BSW (Honours) degree: 1) direct entry and 2) post degree. The requirements appear below. If further information is required, students should contact the School of Social Work. The Bachelor of Social Work program prepares students for professional social work. Successful practice experience is an essential requirement in the social work degree program. The 700 hour practicum, AK/SOWK 4000 6.00, and AK/SOWK 4001 6.00 consists of a field work component in an approved social work setting arranged by the school. School of Social Work Regulation on Involuntary Withdrawal A student may be required to withdraw from a course if: 1. The student fails to meet the requirements of the course, either through unsatisfactory seminar and/or practicum attendance/participation, or through the unprofessional behaviour in fulfilling course requirements; or 2. The student’s performance is judged to disrupt the functioning of the practicum site and/or jeopardize the well-being of clients of the practicum site, and/or demonstrate unprofessional behaviour at the practicum site. The decision to require the student to withdraw will be taken by the Director of the School of Social Work on the recommendation of the course director and/ or the practicum coordinator, following a meeting with the student. Students will have access to the usual appeal procedures in such instances

SOCIAL WORK – DIRECT ENTRY
Program requirements
Students who wish to complete their degree (Direct Entry) in four years are required to complete 30 credits per year. Practica: AK/SOWK 4000 6.00 and AK/SOWK 4001 6.00 are graded as: “credit/no credit” successful completion of the practica, as indicated by achieving a credit, is a requirement in the BSW program. 120 credits including: Atkinson general education requirements 24 credits including: Six Six Six Six or credits credits credits credits 1000 1000 1000 1000 level level level level AK humanities AK social science SC natural science AK mathematics or AK modes of reasoning

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Faculty of Arts general education requirements 24 credits including: Nine credits 1000 level AS humanities or AS social science (foundations) Nine credits 1000 level SC natural science Nine credits 2000 level AS humanities or AS social science (foundations) (Students who take a nine credit foundation course in humanities at the 1000 level must then take a nine credit foundations course in social science at the 2000 level or vice versa) Major – 60 credits in social work including: AK/SOWK 1010 6.00 AK/SOWK 2030 6.00 AK/SOWK 2050 6.00 AK/SOWK 3041 3.00 AK/SOWK 3060 6.00 AK/SOWK 3070 3.00 AK/SOWK 3110 3.00 12 credits chosen from AK/SOWK non-core courses at the 2000 level or above including three credits at the 4000 level AK/SOWK 4020 3.00 AK/SOWK 4000 6.00 (Practicum course) AK/SOWK 4001 6.00 (Practicum course) At least 18 credits in the major must be at the 4000 level. Required credits outside the major: At least 24 credits must be outside Social Work. Residency requirement: At least 30 credits not used toward another academic program are to be taken at York University. Half the major credits must be taken through Atkinson. Graduating with a BSW Honours degree: Students must pass at least 120 credits that meet Atkinson degree and program requirements. The cumulative grade point average for all courses must be at least 5.0 and a minimum grade of C in all courses used in the major. Note 4: Students who have completed the certificate in anti-racist research and practice in Atkinson and who are subsequently accepted into the Social Work program will be eligible to count up to two of the following courses (12 credits) towards the social work major: AK/SOCI 3562 6.00, AK/SOCI 3604 6.00//AK/SOSC 3604 6.00; AK/SOCI 3605 6.00//AK/SOSC 3605 6.00, AK/SOCI 3620 6.00, AK/SOCI 3645 6.00, AK/SOCI 3680 6.00// AK/SOSC 3680 6.00//AK/POLS 3680 6.00. These courses must be passed at minimum grades of B. Practica: AK/SOWK 4000 6.00 and AK/SOWK 4001 6.00 are graded as: “credit/no credit” successful completion of the practica, as indicated by achieving a credit, is a requirement in the BSW program. 120 credits including: Students who are admitted to the BSW post-degree program automatically receive 66 transfer credits. Major – 54 credits including: AK/SOWK 2030 6.00 AK/SOWK 2050 6.00 AK/SOWK 3041.3.00 AK/SOWK 3060 6.00 AK/SOWK 3070 3.00 AK/SOWK 3110 3.00 AK/SOWK 4020 3.00 AK/SOWK 4000 6.00 AK/SOWK 4001 6.00 12 credits chosen from social work non-core courses at the 2000 level or above including three credits at the 4000 level. At least 18 credits in the major must be at the 4000 level. Residency requirement: At least 30 credits not used toward another academic program are to be taken at York University. Half the major credits must be taken through Atkinson. Graduating with a BSW Honours degree: Students must pass at least 120 credits that meet Atkinson degree and program requirements. The cumulative grade point average for all courses must be at least 5.0 and a minimum grade of C in all courses used in the major.

SOCIAL WORK – POST DEGREE
Program requirements
Please note: Normally students have a maximum of five years to complete the BSW program after successfully undergoing school entry procedures. Note 1: Students in the final year of a degree program can apply to the School of Social Work; however, the bachelor of social work program cannot be commenced until the first degree has been completed. Note 2: Students in a BA degree program can take up to 24 social work credits to fulfil their BA degree requirements. The courses available to BA degree students are: AK/SOWK 2000 6.00, AK/SOWK 2030 6.00, AK/SOWK 2050 6.00, AK/SOWK 3060 6.00, AK/SOWK 3070 3.00 and AK/SOWK 3110 3.00. BA degree students cannot take AK/SOWK 3041 3.00 or any 4000 level social work courses. Note 3: The attention of students is drawn to the BA in sociology with a stream in the sociology of gender and families. Students who have completed the sociology major in Atkinson with a stream in the sociology of gender and families and who are subsequently accepted into the social work program will be eligible to count up to 12 credits in sociology towards the social work major. These courses must be passed at minimum grades of B and shall be selected from: AK/SOCI 3880 3.00//AK/AS/HH/SC PSYC 3480 3.00; AK/SOCI 3420 6.00; AK/SOCI 3450 6.00; AK/SOCI 3550 3.00/3550 6.00; AK/SOCI 3645 6.00; AK/SOCI 3830 6.00, AK/SOCI 3850 6.00// AK/POLS 3562 6.00//AK/SOSC 3620 6.00, AK/SOCI 3860 6.00.

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Atkinson Certificates

ATKINSON Faculty of Liberal & Professional Studies

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ACADEMIC STANDARDS
Undergraduate certificate is the term applied to a program of studies attesting to a level of competence or skill in a particular area or field. It is distinct from a defined undergraduate degree program, stream, specialization or informal concentration. A certificate recognizes a specific grouping of courses that: are cross-disciplinary but with a thematic coherence; form a coherent yet distinctive complement to the major of a degree program or: lead to the acquisition of specific skills or professional expertise that may meet requirements of outside accrediting bodies. Categories of certificates: Cross-disciplinary certificate General certificate Professional certificate Admission to a certificate: Students seeking direct entry to a certificate program must submit written application when applying for admission to the University. Students already enrolled in an undergraduate degree program are also expected to apply for entry to a certificate program, normally prior to completion of 36 credits of their undergraduate degree program. Applications should be obtained and filed with the unit administering the certificate program. * Students who were admitted to a professional certificate offered by the School of Administrative Studies prior to fall/winter 2005 may elect to follow the old certificate regulations or the new certificate regulations whichever is more advantageous. All students admitted to a certificate from September 2005 and onward, must follow new regulations. Minimum standards: Cross-disciplinary certificates: Minimum 24 credits, at least 18 of which must be at the 2000 level or above, including six credits at the 3000 or 4000 level. General certificates: As described by program. Professional certificates: Normally 24 credits, 18 credits of which would be at the 3000 level or above. In most cases, at least 12 credits of the disciplinary courses that satisfy certificate requirements must be in addition for those used to satisfy requirements of an undergraduate major being completed concurrently. Note 1: To obtain a professional certificate offered by the School of Administrative Studies, at least 18 credits of the ADMS course credits that satisfy certificate requirements must be in addition to those used to satisfy a degree. Note 2: Some certificate programs may have specific academic standing requirements. Minimum requirements for multiple certificates: Students may acquire more than one certificate provided that at least 18 credits in each certificate are unique to the specific certificate. General regulations: All academic regulations applying to degree students in degree programs will apply to students in certificates. A student who wishes to change from a certificate to a degree must reapply to the York University Admissions Office. Students enrolled in a certificate program and who are not concurrently enrolled in a degree program may take only the courses required for the completion of the certificate.

Residency Requirement: The University residency requirement for undergraduate certificate programs are as follows: iii) 18 credits to be completed at York for certificates requiring up to 36 credits iii) 50 per cent of the required credits to be completed at York for certificates comprising more than 36 credits. iii) Normally, for undergraduate certificate programs requiring 18 credits or less, all credits are completed at York. Graduating with a certificate: Except where otherwise stated, a minimum cumulative grade point average of 4.0 is required to satisfy certificate requirements. Students must submit an application to graduate from a certificate program. Applications should be obtained and filed with the unit administering the certificate program. Certificates will not be conferred until candidates have successfully completed an undergraduate degree program if they are simultaneously enrolled in a degree and certificate program. (Exception: students who were admitted to a certificate program prior to Fall 2005). The Faculty does not award certificates retroactively.

CROSS-DISCIPLINARY CERTIFICATES
Aboriginal Studies
School of Social Sciences
Room 303, Atkinson Building Tel: 416 736 5235 E-mail: ssocials@yorku.ca To qualify for graduate with the Certificate in Aboriginal Studies, students must complete 24 credits from a list of approved courses, with a cumulative grade point average in these 24 credits of at least 5.0. Note: For purposes of meeting program requirements, all foundation courses will count as six credits towards the certificate.

Requirements
24 credits including: AS/SOSC 1030 9.00 or AK/SOSC 2050 3.00 and AS/SOSC 4030 6.00 and At least 12 credits chosen from: AS/ANTH 3510 3.00 AS/ANTH 3420 3.00 AK/EN 3535 3.00 AK/EN 3536 3.00 AK/EN 3858 6.00 AK/EN 3839 3.00 FA/FACS 3900M 3.00 AS/GEOG 4095 3.00 AS/HIST 4508 6.00 AS/POLS 4102 3.00 AK/SOSC 4750 6.00 AS/SOSC 4351 6.00 GL/CDNS 2630 6.0 AK/SOWK 4270 3.00 FA/VISA 3350C 3.00 FA/VISA 3350D 3.00 Note: Students may take courses through Atkinson or Glendon College (subject to Course Credit Exclusion(s) and In-Faculty regulations).

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Anti-racist research and practice (CARRP)
School of Social Sciences
Room 303, Atkinson Building Tel: 416 736 5235 E-mail: ssocials@yorku.ca An interdisciplinary certificate based in Atkinson sociology, CARRP deals with racial issues in the workplace, schools, health care, immigration, law enforcement, media and the expressive arts. Students who complete CARRP and who are accepted into the Social Work program will be eligible to count up to 12 certificate credits towards the social work degree, provided these courses are passed at minimum grades of B. For required courses in CARRP, refer to certificate requirements section. During the year, CARRP sponsors special talks for the University community on current topics dealing with racism, immigration and public policy.

Requirements
48 credits including: Six credits 1000 level course in social science; AK/SOCI 3330 6.00 Social Theory or AS/SOCI 2040 6.00 Sociological Theory; Six credits in an introductory-level course in geography, political science, social science or sociology AK/GEOG 2500 6.00 or AK/POLS 2410 6.00//AS/POLS 1000 6.00//AK/PPAS 1000 6.00 or AK/SOSC 2400 6.00 or AK/SOCI 2410 6.00 12 credits chosen from: AK/SOCI 3610 6.00//AK/HIST 3940 6.00 AK/SOCI 3620 6.00//AK/POLS 3620 6.00 AK/SOCI 3680 6.00//AK/SOSC 3680 6.00//AK/POLS 3680 6.00 AK/SOSC 2050 3.00 12 credits in Atkinson or Faculty of Arts from the list below; And, as the final course AK/SOCI 4600 6.00//AK/POLS 4600 6.00 Honours research seminar, with a major research project on racism or anti-racism. Some courses in the list may have prerequisites which will increase the number of courses required for the certificate. Students should consult the Atkinson section of the undergraduate calendar for information. 1. Certificate students may be admitted if they have completed a 1000 level course in humanities and are in their second or later year of study. 2. Prerequisites waived for certificate students. 3. Not open to students who are taking or have taken AK/SOSC 3380 6.00, AS/SOSC 3130 6.00, GL/WKST 3610 6.00 or AK/AS/GL/WMST 3510 6.00. 4. Prerequisites waived for certificate students. Please consult School of Social Work. List of courses from which 12 credits may be chosen: AK/EN 3858 6.00//AK/HUMA 3858 6.00; (1) AK/EN 3839 3.00; AK/EN 3862 3.00 AK/GEOG 3400 6.00//AK/SOCI 3400 6.00; AK/GEOG 3410 6.00//AK/SOSC 3302 6.00 AK/HUMA 3482 6.00;

AK/HUMA 3660 3.00//AK/EN 3950 3.00; AK/HUMA 3670 3.00; AK/HUMA 3380 6.00 AK/POLS 3260 6.00; AK/POLS 3470 3.00; AK/POLS 3700 6.00; AS/POLS 4541 3.00; AK/SOSC 2000 6.00//AS/GEOG 2310 6.00; AK/SOSC 2050 6.00; AK/SOSC 2350 6.00; AK/SOSC 3350 6.00//AK/SOCI 3580 6.00; AK/SOSC 3528 6.00//AK/AS/GL/WMST 3528 6.00; AK/SOSC 3370 6.00//AK/SOCI 3370 6.00//AK/AS/GL/WMST 3801 6.00; AK/SOSC 4750 6.00 AS/SOCI 3430 6.00; AS/SOCI 3450 6.00; AK/SOCI 3561 6.00//AK/POLS 3561 6.00; AK/SOCI 3610 6.00//AK/HIST 3940 6.00; AK/SOCI 3620 6.00//AK/POLS 3620 6.00; AK/SOCI 3624 6.00//AK/POLS 3563 6.00; AK/SOSC 3605 6.00//AK/SOSC 3605 6.00; AK/SOCI 3680 6.00//AK/SOSC 3680 6.00//AK/POLS 3680 6.00; AK/SOCI 3830 6.00; AK/SOCI 3850 6.00//AK/POLS 3562 6.00//AK/SOSC 3620 6.00; (3) AK/SOCI 3860 6.00//AK/SOSC 3730 6.00; AK/SOCI 4040 6.00; AK/SOCI 4050 6.00// AK/HIST 4910 6.00//AK/POLS 4050 6.00; AK/SOCI 4060 6.00//AK/POLS 4060 6.00; AK/SOCI 4081 6.00//AK/HIST 4920 6.00; AK/SOCI 4240 6.00; AS/SOCI 4350 3.00; AS/SOCI 4420 6.00; AS/SOCI 4430 3.00; AS/SOCI 4440 6.00; AK/SOCI 4500 6.00//AK/POLS 4240 6.00; AS/SOCI 4840 6.00 AK/SOWK 2050 6.00; (4) AK/SOWK 4130 3.00, (4) AK/SOWK 4270 3.00; AK/SOWK 4450 3.00 AK/AS/GL WMST 4506 6.00//GL/HIST 4606 3.0 AS/ANTH 3020 6.00; AS/ANTH 3030 6.00; AS/ANTH 3420 6.00; AS/ANTH 4030 6.00 AS/HIST 4061 6.00; AS/HIST 4830 3.00 AS/POLS 3065 3.00; AS/POLS 4255 3.00; Course Substitutes Subject to course exclusions, program requirements/restrictions, and residence requirements, the following courses are acceptable substitutes for the purpose of meeting program requirements. Program Course AK/POLS 2410 6.00 AK/SOCI 2410 6.00 Course Substitute GL/POLS 1400 6.00 AS/SOCI 1010 6.00, GL/SOCI 2510 6.00

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Biblical Studies
School of Arts and Letters
Room 625, Atkinson Building Telephone: 416 736 5900 E-mail: aksal@yorku.ca Students are encouraged to consult the course offerings of the religious studies program, Faculty of Arts, to complement their Atkinson certificate and to increase breadth, especially in Judaic and Islamic studies. Comparable courses will be considered for credit toward the certificate program in Atkinson. For more information contact the School of Arts and Letters.

Sexuality Studies
School of Women’s studies

Requirements
For purposes of meeting certificate requirements, all foundation courses will count as six credits. This certificate is not open to students who are pursuing or who already hold a degree in sexuality studies. To qualify for the cross-disciplinary certificate in sexuality studies, students must complete 24 credits and the cumulative grade point average in these 24 credits must be 4.0 or higher. Course requirements for the certificate are as follows: 24 credits including: AK/AS/GL/SXST 2600 6.00; AK/AS/GL/SXST 4600 6.00; 12 additional credits chosen from the list of sexuality studies courses, including at least six credits from the list of primary courses and at least six credits at the 3000 or 4000-level. Primary courses AS/ANTH 3090 6.00; AS/ANTH 3240 6.00 AS/EN 2850 6.00; AS/EN 4333 6.00 AS/HIST 3620 6.00 AS/HUMA 1950 9.00; AS/HUMA 2960 9.00; AS/HUMA 3450 6.00; AS/HUMA 3890 6.00; AS/HUMA 3950 6.00; AS/HUMA 3970 6.00//SC/STS 3970 6.00 AK/AS/PHIL 2250 3.00 HH/PSYC 3670 3.00//AK/SOCI 3885 3.00 AS/SOCI 4075 3.00; AS/SOCI 4470 3.00 AK/AS/GL/WMST 3511 3.00//GL/SOSC 3625 3.00; AK/AS/GL/WMST 3525 6.00; AK/AS/GL/WMST 3536 3.00; AK/AS/GL/WMST 4508 6.00; AK/AS/GL/WMST 4509 3.00 AK/HUMA 1830 6.00 AK/SOCI 3820 6.00 AK/SOSC 1920 6.00 GL/SOCI 2680 3.00//GL/SOSC 2680 3.00 Secondary courses AS/ANTH 3160 6.00; AS/ANTH 3230 6.00//AS/SOSC 3180 6.00; AS/ANTH 3360 6.00 AS/EN 2860 6.00; AS/EN 4102 3.00 AS/GEOG 4060 3.00//AS/HIST 4081 3.00; AS/GEOG 4090 3.00//AS/HIST 4083 3.00 AS/HIST 3233 6.00; AS/HIST 3533 6.00; AS/HIST 4620 6.00; AS/HIST 4752 6.00 AS/HUMA 3821 3.00; AS/HUMA 3940 6.00 AS/IT 3360 6.00; AS/IT 3361 6.00 AS/KINE 4350 3.00; AS/KINE 4360 3.00 AS/POLS 4125 3.00 HH/PSYC 3480 3.00//AK/SOCI 3880 3.00 AS/SOCI 3660 6.00; AS/SOCI 3690 6.00; AS/SOCI 4070 6.00; AS/SOCI 4600 6.00; AS/SOCI 4685 6.00 AS/SOSC 1185 9.00; AS/SOSC 1210 9.00; AS/SOSC 1350 9.00; AS/SOSC 4170 6.00 AK/AS/GL/WMST 2500 6.00//GL/SOSC 2950 6.00; AK/AS/GL/WMST 2501 3.00//AS/LING 2410 3.00//GL/SOSC 2900 3.00; AK/AS/GL/WMST 2510 9.00//AS/HUMA 2930 9.00//AS/SOSC 2180 9.00

Requirements
24 credits including: 24 credits from the following courses, of which at least 18 credits must be at the 2000-level or above including six credits at the 3000 or 4000 level: AK/HUMA AK/HUMA AK/HUMA AK/HUMA AK/HUMA AK/HUMA AK/HUMA AK/HUMA AK/HUMA AK/HUMA AK/HUMA AK/HUMA AK/HUMA AK/HUMA AK/HUMA AK/HUMA AK/HUMA AK/HUMA AK/HUMA AK/HUMA AK/HUMA 1850 2300 3415 3417 3421 3422 3423 3424 3425 3436 3437 3457 3458 3459 4535 4630 4651 4652 4653 4655 4660 6.00 6.00 3.00 3.00 3.00 3.00 3.00 3.00 3.00 3.00 3.00 3.00/6.00 3.00 3.00 3.00 3.00/6.00 3.00 3.00 6.00 6.00 6.00

Course Substitutes Subject to course exclusions, program requirements/restrictions, and residence requirements, the following courses are acceptable substitutes for the purpose of meeting program requirements. Program Course AK/HUMA 3417 3.00 AK/HUMA 3421 3.00 AK/HUMA 3422 3.00 AK/HUMA 3458 3.00 AK/HUMA 3459 3.00 AK/HUMA 4653 6.00 Course Substitutes AK/HUMA 3410 6.00 AK/HUMA 3420 6.00 AK/HUMA 3420 6.00 AK/HUMA 3430 6.00 AK/HUMA 3430 6.00 AK/HUMA 4650E 6.00

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AK/AS/GL/WMST 3503 6.00//GL/ILST 3665 6.00//GL/SOCI 3665 6.00//GL/SOSC 3665 6.00; AK/AS/GL/WMST 3504 6.00//GL/HUMA 3604 6.00; AK/AS/GL/WMST 3505 3.00//AS/SOSC 3791 3.00//GL/SOSC 3617 3.00; AK/AS/GL/WMST 3507 6.00//GL/NATS 3995 6.00//GL/SOSC 3995 6.00; AK/AS/GL/WMST 3509 6.00//AS/SOSC 3125 6.00; AK/AS/ GL/WMST 3521 3.00; AK/AS/GL/WMST 3523 6.00; AK/AS/GL/WMST 4500 6.00//AS/SOSC 4160 6.00//GL/SOCI 4685 6.00//GL/SOSC 4685 6.00; AK/AS/GL/WMST 4502 6.00//GL/SOSC 4602 6.00; AK/AS/GL/WMST 4505 6.00 FA/FILM 3810 3.00; FA/VISA 3010 6.00; FA/VISA 3680M 3.00; FA/VISA 3820B 6.00 FA/VISA 4800E 3.00 GL/EN 3260 6.00 LW/LAW 3910 3.00 * Prerequisites for these courses must be passed with a grade of C+ or better. Course Substitutes: Please refer to the BAS section. Program Notes: Please refer to the BAS section.

Emergency Management Certificate
School of Administrative Studies
Room 282, Atkinson Building Tel: 416 736 5210 E-mail: aksas@yorku.ca

Requirements
Note: To obtain a professional certificate offered by the School of Administrative Studies, at least 18 credits of the ADMS course credits that satisfy certificate requirements must be in addition to those used to satisfy a degree. Students may acquire more than one certificate provided that at least 18 credits in each certificate are unique to the specific certificate. 24 credits including: i) Core requirements: 15 credits AK/ADMS 3700 3.00 AK/ADMS 3701 3.00 AK/ADMS 3702 3.00 AK/ADMS 3703 3.00 AK/ADMS 3704 3.00. ii) Electives: 9 credits chosen from: AK/ADMS 3353 3.00 AK/ADMS 3705 3.00 AK/POLS 3140 3.00 ES/ENVS 3450 3.00 ES/ENVS 4440 3.00 SC/EATS 1410 6.00. Course Substitutes: Please refer to the BAS section. Program Notes: Please refer to the BAS section.

PROFESSIONAL CERTIFICATES
Accounting
School of Administrative Studies
Room 282, Atkinson Building Tel: 416 736 5210 E-mail: aksas@yorku.ca

Requirements
Students beginning this certificate must have successfully completed a 12U math, or the equivalent, completed within the last five years prior to starting the core requirements. Note: To obtain a professional certificate offered by the School of Administrative Studies, at least 18 credits of the ADMS course credits that satisfy certificate requirements must be in addition to those used to satisfy a degree. Students may acquire more than one certificate provided that at least 18 credits in each certificate are unique to the specific certificate. 57 credits including: Prerequisites for core requirements: AK/ADMS 1000 3.00; AK/ECON 1000 3.00; AK/ECON 1010 3.00 and three credits in the area of management science. Core requirements: AK/ADMS AK/ADMS AK/ADMS AK/ADMS AK/ADMS AK/ADMS AK/ADMS AK/ADMS AK/ADMS AK/ADMS AK/ADMS 2500 2510 3510 4515 3530 3585 3595 4510 4561 4562 4590 3.00 3.00 3.00 3.00 or AK/ADMS 4551 3.00* 3.00 3.00 3.00 3.00* or AK/ADMS 4520 3.00* or AK/ADMS 4530 3.00* 3.00* 3.00* 3.00*

Human Resources Management
School of Administrative Studies
Room 282, Atkinson Building Tel: 416 736 5210 E-mail: aksas@yorku.ca

Requirements
Note: To obtain a professional certificate offered by the School of Administrative Studies, at least 18 credits of the ADMS course credits that satisfy certificate requirements must be in addition to those used to satisfy a degree. Students may acquire more than one certificate provided that at least 18 credits in each certificate are unique to the specific certificate. Prerequisites for core requirements: AK/ADMS 1000 3.00 For students with a prior business related degree, AK/ADMS 1000 3.00 is waived for program requirements and as a prerequisite for administrative studies courses.

12 credits chosen from the following: AK/ADMS 1010 3.00; AK/ADMS 2400 3.00; AK/ADMS 2511 3.00; AK/ADMS 2610 3.00; AK/ADMS 3620 3.00; AK/ADMS 3630 3.00; AK/ADMS 4510 3.00*; AK/ADMS 4520 3.00*; AK/ADMS 4530 3.00*; AK/ADMS 4540 3.00*; AK/ADMS 4552 3.00*; AK/ADMS 4553 3.00*; AK/ADMS 4560 3.00*; AK/ADMS 4570 3.00*; AK/AS/SC/CSE 1520 3.00; AK/AS/SC/CSE 1530 3.00.

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27 credits including: Core requirements: AK/ADMS AK/ADMS AK/ADMS AK/ADMS AK/ADMS AK/ADMS AK/ADMS AK/ADMS AK/ADMS 1500 2400 2600 3400 3410 3422 3430 3470 3490 3.00 3.00 3.00 3.00 3.00 3.00 3.00 3.00 3.00 Requirements: 42 credits including: AK/ITEC 1000 3.00 AK/ITEC 1010 3.00 AK/ITEC 1620 3.00 or AS/SC/CSE 1020 3.00 AK/ITEC 1630 3.00 AK/ITEC 2010 3.00 AK/ADMS 2510 3.00 AK/ADMS 2511 3.00 AK/ITEC 3210 3.00 AK/ITEC 3220 3.00 or AS/SC/CSE 3421 3.00 AK/ITEC 3500 3.00 AK/ITEC 4030 3.00 AK/ADMS 4515 3.00 AK/ADMS 4517 3.00 AK/ADMS 4518 3.00. Course Substitutes: Please refer to the BAS section. Program Notes: Please refer to the BAS section.

Note 1: The Human Resources Professionals Association (HRPAO) requires AK/ADMS 1500 3.00 or both AK/ADMS 2500 3.00 and AK/ADMS 2510 3.00 in order to be approved as having met the academic requirements for the HRPAO. Note 2: Under the certification process, HRPAO requires an average of 70 per cent with the lowest acceptable grade in any required course of 65 per cent. Daytime Offering: The certificate may be taken during the day over the course of one year (three terms). Students who have completed 84 credits at York or who hold a university degree, by June 1 of the year in which they hope to enter the certificate, may apply to enrol in this intensive daytime version. Applicants must have a minimum overall grade point average of 5.0 with a major grade point average of 5.5. Successful admission will be based on the applicant’s overall grade point average and relevant work experience. Decisions on admissions will be made by the designate of the dean of Atkinson (normally the coordinator of the certificate). The application deadline for admissions will normally be May 31. Course Substitutes: Please refer to the BAS section. Program Notes: Please refer to the BAS section.

Logistics
School of Administrative Studies
Room 282, Atkinson Building Tel: 416 736 5210 E-mail: aksas@yorku.ca Logistics industry has seen a tremendous growth: in 1995, the supply chain activities contributed to 35 per cent of GDP of Canada. Organizations are compelled to seek individuals with sound knowledge of logistics functions and decision making capabilities to manage the flow of materials and information across the supply chain. Atkinson’s logistics certificate helps you prepare for the challenges of integrated logistics management by providing theoretical and practical approaches to operations management, purchasing, distribution, decision analysis, systems thinking, and supply chain management.

Information Technology Auditing and Assurance
School of Information Technology and School of Administrative Studies
Room 3069, Technology Enhanced Learning Building (TEL) Tel: 416 736 2100, ext. 33181

Requirements
Note 1: Students beginning this certificate must have successfully completed any 12U mathematics, or the equivalent, within the last five years prior to starting the core requirements. Note 2: To obtain a professional certificate offered by the School of Administrative Studies, at least 18 credits of the ADMS course credits that satisfy certificate requirements must be in addition to those used to satisfy a degree. Students may acquire more than one certificate provided that at least 18 credits in each certificate are unique to the specific certificate. 39 credits including: Prerequisites for core requirements: AK/ADMS 1000 3.00 AK/ADMS 2320 3.00 AK/ADMS 2500 3.00 AK/ECON 1000 3.00 AK/ECON 1010 3.00

Requirements
Note: To obtain a professional certificate offered by the School of Information Technology and the School of Administrative Studies, at least 21 credits of the course credits that satisfy certificate requirements must be in addition to those used to satisfy a degree. Students may acquire more than one certificate provided that at least half of the credits in each certificate are unique to the specific certificate. Prerequisites for Certificate: AK/ADMS 1000 3.00 AK/ECON 1000 3.00 AK/ADMS 2500 3.00 AK/AS/SC/MATH 1190 3.00. And 6 credits as follows: AK/ADMS 2320 3.00 and AK/ADMS 3330 3.00 or AK/MATH 2320 3.00 and AK/MATH 2565 3.00 or AK/ECON 3470 3.00 and AK/ECON 3480 3.00.

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Core requirements: AK/ADMS AK/ADMS AK/ADMS AK/ADMS AK/ADMS AK/ADMS AK/ADMS AK/ADMS 1010 2510 3300 3331 3360 3345 4333 4360 3.00 3.00 3.00* 3.00 3.00 3.00 or AK/ADMS 4345 3.00 3.00 3.00

Marketing
School of Administrative Studies
Room 282, Atkinson Building Tel: 416 736 5210 E-mail: aksas@yorku.ca

Requirements
Note: To obtain a professional certificate offered by the School of Administrative Studies, at least 18 credits of the ADMS course credits that satisfy certificate requirements must be in addition to those used to satisfy a degree. Students may acquire more than one certificate provided that at least 18 credits in each certificate are unique to the specific certificate. 30 credits including: Core requirements: AK/ADMS 2200 3.00 must be passed at a minimum grade of C+ to continue in the certificate. AK/ADMS 3220 3.00 AK/ADMS 4220 3.00 AK/ADMS 4250 3.00 AK/ADMS 4260 3.00 15 credits chosen from the following: AK/ADMS AK/ADMS AK/ADMS AK/ADMS AK/ADMS AK/ADMS AK/ADMS AK/ADMS AK/ADMS AK/ADMS AK/ADMS AK/ADMS AK/ADMS AK/ADMS AK/ADMS AK/ADMS AK/ADMS 3000 3280 4000 4210 4215 4220 4225 4230 4235 4240 4245 4255 4265 4275 4280 4290 4295 3.00 3.00 3.00 3.00 3.00 3.00 3.00 3.00 3.00 3.00 3.00 3.00 3.00 3.00 3.00 3.00 6.00//AK/AS/PHIL 4295 6.00

* Students who are required to complete AK/ADMS 3300 3.00 as part of the requirements of their degree program should take AK/ADMS 3351 3.00 in order to fulfill the requirement that 18 of the ADMS course credits that satisfy certificate requirements must be in addition to those used to satisfy the requirements of a degree. Course Substitutes: Please refer to the BAS section. Program Notes: Please refer to the BAS section.

Management
School of Administrative Studies
Room 282, Atkinson Building Tel: 416 736 5210 E-mail: aksas@yorku.ca

Requirements
Note: To obtain a professional certificate offered by the School of Administrative Studies, at least 18 credits of the ADMS course credits that satisfy certificate requirements must be in addition to those used to satisfy a degree. Students may acquire more than one certificate provided that at least 18 credits in each certificate are unique to the specific certificate. 42 credits including: Prerequisites for core requirements: AK/ADMS 1000 3.00. Core requirements 18 credits including: AK/ADMS 2400 3.00 AK/ADMS 2500 3.00 or AK/ADMS 1500 3.00 AK/ECON 1000 3.00 AK/ADMS 3900 3.00 or AK/ADMS 3920 3.00. AK/ADMS 3930 3.00 AK/ADMS 4010 3.00 21 credits chosen from the following: AK/ADMS 1010 3.00 AK/ADMS 2200 3.00 AK/ADMS 2320 3.00 AK/ADMS 2510 3.00 AK/ADMS 2511 3.00 AK/ADMS 2600 3.00 AK/ADMS 2610 3.00 AK/ADMS 3300 3.00 AK/ADMS 3330 3.00 AK/ADMS 3440 3.00 AK/ADMS 3450 3.00 AK/ADMS 3530 3.00. AK/ECON 1010 3.00 Course Substitutes: Please refer to the BAS section. Program Notes: Please refer to the BAS section.

Course Substitutes: Please refer to the BAS section. Program Notes: Please refer to the BAS section.

Public Sector Management
School of Public Policy and Administration
802 North Ross Building Tel: 416 736 5384 Fax: 416 736 5382 E-mail: ppasch@yorku.ca

Requirements
Note: To obtain a professional certificate offered by the School of Public Policy and Administration, at least 18 credits of the ADMS course credits that satisfy certificate requirements must be in addition to those used to satisfy a degree. Students may acquire more than one certificate provided that at least 18 credits in each certificate are unique to the specific certificate.

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42 credits including: 21 credits from administrative studies AK/ADMS AK/ADMS AK/ADMS AK/ADMS AK/ADMS AK/ADMS 1000 2200 2400 2500 2510 2600 3.00 3.00 3.00 3.00 3.00 3.00 AK/ADMS 3850 3.00 AK/ADMS 3860 3.00 AK/ADMS 3870 3.00 AK/ADMS 3880 3.00 AK/ADMS 3890 3.00 AK/GEOG 3520 3.00 AK/PHIL 3570 3.00 AK/ADMS 3815 3.00 AK/ADMS 3825 3.00 Course Substitutes: Please refer to the BAS section. Program Notes: Please refer to the BAS section.

Three credits chosen from the following: AK/ADMS 3410 3.00 AK/ADMS 3470 3.00 AK/ADMS 3490 3.00 21 credits from political science including: AK/PPAS 2910 6.00//AK/AS/POLS 2910 6.00 AK/PPAS 3410 6.00//AK/POLS 3410 6.00 Three credits chosen from AK/POLS 3761 3.00 or AK/POLS 3762 3.00 Course Substitutes Subject to course exclusions, program requirements/restrictions, residency requirements, the following courses are acceptable substitutes for the purpose of meeting program requirements. Program course AK/ADMS 2600 3.00 AK/PPAS 3410 6.00 Course Substitute AK/ADMS 3480 3.00 AK/PPAS 3190 6.00//AS/POLS 3910 6.00

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Professional Ethics
School of Arts and Letters
Room 625, Atkinson Building Tel: 416 736 5900 E-mail: aksal@yorku.ca Ethical issues are becoming increasingly central to almost all areas of professional and public life. As work becomes faster, more technologically and bureaucratically complex, and evermore economically productive, ethical issues increase in difficulty and seriousness. As a result, the demand for people with qualifications in professional ethics is growing in all sectors. Our especially large range of courses in the area of professional ethics concentrates on real situations and case studies. Almost all of these courses are cross-listed with the relevant professional department or discipline. By taking a number of these courses, students encounter many different concrete ethical issues and learn a variety of perspectives and methodologies for dealing with them. Our style of professional ethics recognizes the diversity of values, traditions and points of view that are brought to bear today on actual current ethical problems. Nonetheless, these courses constantly attempt to integrate this situational approach by means of a search for generally applicable methodologies and ways of theorizing such issues. The certificate therefore gives students a wide range of experience and methodologies for understanding institutional practices that deal with ethical issues in the public and private sectors. They develop capacities to flexibly adapt this knowledge to different institutions and unforeseen ethical problems in such areas as education, business, health, media, government, law, social work, politics and personal life. Because the resolution of concrete ethical issues needs a creative response to the particularities of unforeseen situations, practice on cases in a number of different institutions and professions helps one to prepare for dealing with problems in one’s own. The certificate in professional ethics is based in Atkinson’s School of Arts and Letters. It is a direct entry program that is available to any students admitted to Atkinson or the University.

Program Notes: Please refer to the BAS section.

Real Estate
School of Administrative Studies
Room 282, Atkinson Building Tel: 416 736 5210 E-mail: aksas@yorku.ca

Requirements
Note: To obtain a professional certificate offered by the School of Administrative Studies, at least 18 credits of the ADMS course credits that satisfy certificate requirements must be in addition to those used to satisfy a degree. Students may acquire more than one certificate provided that at least 18 credits in each certificate are unique to the specific certificate. 30 credits including: Prerequisite for core requirements: AK/ADMS 1000 3.00 Core requirements: AK/ADMS 2800 3.00 AK/ADMS 3810 3.00 AK/ADMS 3820 3.00 AK/ECON 1000 3.00 AK/ECON 1010 3.00 12 credits chosen from the following: AK/ADMS AK/ADMS AK/ADMS AK/ADMS AK/ADMS 1010 2500 2610 2810 3830 3.00 3.00 or AK/ADMS 1500 3.00 3.00 3.00 3.00

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24 credits including: Core requirements: AK/AS/PHIL 2070 3.00* introductory ethics; AK/AS/PHIL 2075 3.00* introduction to practical ethics. Elective requirements: 18 credits chosen from either List A or List B, but with no more than three credits from List B. 12 of these 18 credits must be at the 3000 level or above. List A: AK/PHIL 1002 6.00; AK/PHIL 3570 3.00*; AK/PHIL 3595 3.00; AK/PHIL 3774 3.00; AK/PHIL 3776 3.00; AK/AS/PHIL 4295 6.00//AK/ADMS 4295 6.00; AK/AS/PHIL 4150 3.00 (integrated with GS/PHIL 5250 3.00) List B: AK/AS/PHIL 2060 3.00; AK/AS/PHIL 2250 3.00*; AK/AS/PHIL 3110 3.00; AK/PHIL 3760 3.00; AK/PHIL 3770 3.00 * Available as Internet courses Note: Students who wish to complete both the certificate in professional ethics (through Atkinson) and the certificate in practical ethics (offered through the Faculty of Arts) may not count the same courses for both certificates. If the certificate in practical ethics is completed first, then any additional courses must be chosen from List A of the certificate in professional ethics. If the certificate in professional ethics is finished first, then additional courses will be chosen for the certificate in practical ethics in consultation with the student’s certificate adviser.

Women’s Studies
School of Arts of Letters/School of Women’s Studies
Room 625, Atkinson Building Tel: 416 736 5900 E-mail: aksal@yorku.ca

Requirements
30 credits including: Core requirements: AK/HUMA 1830 6.00 AK/SOSC 1700 6.00 or AK/SOSC 1920 6.00 AK/AS/GL/WMST 2500 6.00 12 credits in AK/AS/GL/WMST at the 3000 6.00 level.

Women’s Studies: Theory and Practice
School of Arts of Letters/School of Women’s Studies
Room 625, Atkinson Building Tel: 416 736 5900 E-mail: aksal@yorku.ca

Requirements
Students beginning this certificate must have completed 60 credits or the equivalent of university education. 30 credits including: Prerequisites for theory courses: AK/AS/GL/WMST 2500 6.00 and 72 credits Students in this certificate will be permitted to do AK/AS/GL/WMST 2500 6.00 and AK/AS/GL/WMST 4500 6.00 or AK/AS/GL/WMST 4501 6.00 as corequisites. Core requirements: AK/AS/GL/WMST 2500 6.00 AK/AS/GL/WMST 4500 6.00 or AK/AS/GL/WMST 4501 6.00 18 credits of any School of Women’s Studies course (core or non-core) six credits of which may be chosen from the list of other courses that are counted for women’s studies credit.

Certificate in Refugee and Migration Studies
The Centre for Refugee Studies
Room 322, York Lanes Tel: 416 736 5663

Requirements
Note: To further enhance their educational experiences, students registered in this certificate are required to be involved in scholarly activities of the Centre for Refugee studies. Further information may be obtained from the Centre for Refugee studies. 30 credits including: Prerequisites for core requirements: A 1000 level six credit social science course. Core requirements: AK/SOSC 2000 6.00//AS/GEOG 2310 6.00 In the event that AK/SOSC 2000 6.00 is not offered, please contact the undergraduate program director of the School of Social Sciences for a substitute course. 18 credits from the following list: AK/HIST 3240 6.00//AK/SOCI 3240 6.00 AK/HIST 4210 6.00 AK/POLS 3620 6.00 AK/SOSC 3350 6.00 AK/SOSC 3370 6.00//AK/SOCI 3370 6.00//AK/AS/GL/WMST 3801 6.00 AK/AS/GL/WMST 3502 6.00

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