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					                                                                 Bachelor of Arts
                                                      UPPER LEVEL COURSES
                                                                   FALL 2007
This course list is subject to change.
Please monitor the online timetable at www.kwantlen.ca/admissions/timetable for current information. Where this list and the online timetable are
in conflict, the online timetable will be deemed correct. An updated version of this list can be found by visiting www.kwantlen.ca/socialsciences
and clicking on “Resources for Students)


The following Criminology courses have restrictions that will allow Criminology Degree students priority access. Please see the online
timetable at www.kwantlen.ca/admission/timetable to find out when these courses will be available to you.

COURSE            DESCRIPTION                                             PREREQUISITES
CRIM 3100         Advanced Theories of Crime and Community                CRIM 2330 and 2331
CRIM 3104         Qualitative Research Methods                            CRIM 1208
CRIM 3302         Procedure and Evidence                                  CRIM 2341 and 1207
CRIM 3305         Law and Society                                         CRIM 2341 and (CRIM 2330 or CRIM 2331)
CRIM 3307         Issues in Conflict Resolution                           CRIM 2341 and (CRIM 2330 or 2331)
CRIM 3351         Philosophy of Law                                       CRIM 2341
CRIM 4112         Contemporary Psychological Criminology                  60 undergraduate credits including CRIM 2330
CRIM 4201         Community Safety and Crime Prevention                   CRIM 2331
CRIM 4235         Minorities and the Criminal Justice System              CRIM 2341
CRIM 4300         Administrative and Regulatory Law                       CRIM 2341
CRIM 4301         Community Advocacy and Human Rights                     CRIM 2341
CRIM 4400         Ethics and Professional Development                     CRIM 2341 and (2330 or 2331)
CRIM 4900         Special Topics: Restorative Justice                     45 credits at the 1100-level or higher, including CRIM 1100 or 1101



BA UPPER LEVEL COURSES FALL 2007 (Kwantlen University College)        1                                                             Revised: June 8, 2007
The following Psychology courses have restrictions that will allow Psychology Degree students priority access. Please see the online
timetable at www.kwantlen.ca/admission/timetable to find out when these courses will be available to you.
COURSE            DESCRIPTION                                         PREREQUISITES
PSYC 3200         Industrial and Organizational Psychology            PSYC 2330 and 2385 and 2400
PSYC 3215         Psychology of Memory                                PSYC 2385 and 2400
PSYC 3220         Group Dynamics                                      PSYC 2400
PSYC 3300         Applied Statistics II                               PSYC 2400
PSYC 3303         Learning: Theory and Practice                       PSYC 2300 and 2400
PSYC 3316         Infancy                                             PSYC 2320 and 2321
PSYC 3320         Drugs and Behavior                                  PSYC 2315
PSYC 3350         Advanced Topics in Psychopathology                  PSYC 2350
PSYC 3400         Applied Research I                                  PSYC 2400
PSYC 3451         Psychology and Law                                  PSYC 2385 and 2400
PSYC 3600         Health Psychology                                   PSYC 2330 and 2400
PSYC 3800         Evolutionary Psychology                             PSYC 2330 and 2400
PSYC 3920         Aging                                               PSYC 1200 and (PSYC 2322 recommended)
PSYC 3930         Consumer Psychology – Research & Applications       PSYC 2330 and 2385 and 2400
PSYC 3970         Community Psychology                                PSYC 2400
PSYC 4200         Human Factors & Ergonomics                          PSYC 2330 and 2385 and 2400
PSYC 4210         Critical Thinking in Psychology                     PSYC 2400
PSYC 4500         Interpersonal Relations II                          PSYC 2330 and 2400
PSYC 4800         Professional & Ethical Issues                       PSYC 3200 and 4200 and 4400
PSYC                                                                  PSYC 3300 (B+) and 3400 (B+) and 4400 (B+), and permission of
                  Honours Thesis (BA & BAA)
5000/5001                                                             supervisor and permission of Psychology Degree Committee




BA UPPER LEVEL COURSES FALL 2007 (Kwantlen University College)    2                                                          Revised: June 8, 2007
The following courses are available to you at your assigned registration time provided you meet all prerequisites.
Some exceptions may apply.
COURSE            DESCRIPTION                                        PREREQUISITES
                                                                     30 credits of 1100-level or higher courses, and ANTH 1100 (SOCI 2275
ANTH 3188         Visual Anthropology
                                                                     recommended)
ASTR 3110         Exploring the Solar System                         45 credits of 1100-level or higher courses, including ENGL 1100
CMNS 3100         Technical Report Writing                           ENGL 1100 and 3 credits of any 1200-level ENGL course
CRWR 3110         Poetic Forms & Techniques                          Six credits of either CRWR or ENGL with the 1100 level
CRWR 3120         Screenwriting I                                    Six credits of either CRWR or ENGL with the 1100 level
CRWR 3130         Creative Non-Fiction I                             Six credits of either CRWR or ENGL at the 1100 level
CRWR 3220         Screenwriting II                                   CRWR 3120 with a B-
CRWR 3230         Creative Non-Fiction II                            CRWR 3130 with a B-
                                                                     CRWR 3220 or permission of instructor
CRWR 4120         Advanced Screenwriting [On-line]                   (Note: For permission of instructor students are required to have CRWR
                                                                     3120 AND sample screenplay portfolio.)
CRWR 4130         Advanced Creative Non-Fiction I                    CRWR 3230
                                                                     ECON 1150 and 1250 and (ACCT 1230 or MATH 2315 or 2341 or PSYC
ECON 3150         Managerial Economics                               2300) For graduation purposes students with credit for ECON 2350 cannot
                                                                     take ECON 3150 for further credit.
                  Intermediate Microeconomics II
ECON 3350                                                            ECON 1150 and 1250 and 2350 and [MATH 1120 or 1130 or 1140]

ECON 3455         International Economics                            ECON 2210 and 2350
ENGL 3300         Critical Theory                                    Nine credits 2000-level or higher ENGL courses
ENGL 3320         Studies in Shakespeare                             ENGL 1100, and any 1200-level ENGL course
ENGL 3350         Literature and Film                                ENGL 1100, and any 1200-level ENGL course
ENGL 4400         English Studies and the Classroom                  ENGL 3300
                                                                     ECON 1150 and 1250 and (ACCT 2293 or [ACCT 1110 and 1210]) and
FNSR 3350         Securities Analysis (Richmond Campus)
                                                                     (ACCT 1130 or [Math 1112 or higher])




BA UPPER LEVEL COURSES FALL 2007 (Kwantlen University College)   3                                                             Revised: June 8, 2007
COURSE            DESCRIPTION                                             PREREQUISITES
GEOG 3310         Natural Hazards                                         GEOG 1110 and 1120 and 18 UT credits of any 1100–level courses
                                                                          ENGL 1100 and (one of ENGL 1202 or ENGL1204 or CRWR 1100 or
GERM 3300         German Culture Through Film
                                                                          FINA 1121) and 3 credits from any 2000-level course or higher
HIST 3331         Twentieth Century Germany                               HIST 1120 or 1121 or 1130 or 1131
HIST 3345         History of the American West                            6 credits of HIST including one of HIST 1145 or 1146 or 2304
HIST 3370         History of Modern Japan                                 HIST 1130 or 1150 or 1151
                  Work, Technology & Society
LBED 3110                                                                 none
                  (Richmond Campus)
                                                                          None. However, students should contact the instructor for assessment if
MAND 3300         Mandarin for Speakers of other Chinese Dialects I
                                                                          they are not sure of their level.
                                                                          [MATH 1220 or (MATH 1230 with a C+) or (MATH 1240 with a B-)] and
MATH 3250         Geometry
                                                                          MATH 2232
                                                                          [MATH 1220 or (MATH 1230 with a C+) or (MATH 1240 with a B-)] and
MATH 3450         History of Mathematics
                                                                          MATH 2232
MUSI xxxx         Music                                                   A selection of upper level music courses are available. See online timetable.
PHIL 3033         Business Ethics                                         None
PHIL 3105         Life and Death                                          (PHIL 1110 and 3 credits of any PHIL 1100-level course) or PHIL 2215
PHIL 3220         Empriricism                                             (PHIL 1110 and 3 credits of any PHIL 1100-level course) or PHIL 2210
POLI 3150         American Foreign Policy                                 POLI 2147 (POLI 2130 and 3100 recommended)
SOCI 3230         International Migration and Ethnic Communities          30 credits including SOCI 1125 (SOCI 2230 recommended)
SOCI 3275         Sociology of Popular Culture                            SOCI 1125 (SOCI 2275 recommended)
SOCI 3280         Sociology of Dying and Death                            60 credits, at 1100-level or higher, including SOCI 1125
                                                                          60 1100-level or higher credits including SOCI 1125 and (SOCI 2260 or
SOCI 4325         Sociological Aspects of Community Service
                                                                          PSYC 2400 or CRIM 2130)




BA UPPER LEVEL COURSES FALL 2007 (Kwantlen University College)        4                                                                Revised: June 8, 2007

				
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