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					*QUICK DEGREE CHECKLIST 2008-2009
Honors Bachelor (20.0 Credits)
Successful completion of 5.0 courses numbered 1000-1999 (001-099) in at least four different subjects 1.0 course from each of two of Categories A, B, or C (see over) Average of at least 70% on principal courses, including the courses specified for admission to the module(s) selected No principal course grade less than 60% Honors Specialization: 9.0 or more courses specified by Department Major: 6.0-7.0 courses specified by Department OR Specialization: 9.0 or more courses Minimum cumulative modular average of 60% Major: 6.0-7.0 courses specified by Department OR Double Minor: 4.0-5.0 courses in each of two Minor modules Minimum cumulative modular average of 60%

Bachelor 4 Year (20.0 Credits)
5.0 courses numbered 1000-1999 (001099) in at least four different subjects 1.0 course from each of two of Categories A, B, or C (see over) Minimum Grade of at least 60% in principal course(s) required for module(s)

Bachelor 3 Year (15.0 Credits)
5.0 courses numbered 1000-1999 (001099) in at least four different subjects 1.0 course from each of two of Categories A, B, or C (see over) Minimum grade of at least 60% in principal course(s) required for module(s)

FIRST YEAR

ESSENTIAL MODULE(S)

OR Double Major: 6.0-7.0 courses in each of two Major modules Minimum cumulative modular average(s) of 70% Minimum grade of 60% in each course of the module(s) Minimum cumulative modular average of 60% in any additional modules taken Passing grade in each option Minimum cumulative average of 65% on 20.0 courses successfully completed

AVERAGES/ GRADES

Minimum cumulative average of 60% on 20.0 courses successfully completed

Minimum cumulative average of 60% on 15.0 courses successfully completed 2.0 designated essay courses, including 1.0 numbered 2100 (100) or above** 1.0 from Category A (see over) 1.0 from Category B (see over) 1.0 from Category C (see over) No more than 9.0 courses in any one subject. No more than 7.0 Year 1 courses (at least 8.0 senior courses) revised January 29, 2008

2.0 designated essay courses, 2.0 designated essay courses, including 1.0 numbered 2100 (100) or including 1.0 numbered 2100 (100) or above** above** 1.0 from Category A (see over) 1.0 from Category A (see over) 1.0 from Category B (see over) 1.0 from Category B (see over) BREADTH 1.0 from Category C (see over) 1.0 from Category C (see over) No more than 14.0 courses in any one No more than 14.0 courses in any one subject subject. SENIOR No more than 7.0 Year 1 courses (at No more than 7.0 Year 1 courses (at least 13.0 senior courses) least 13.0 senior courses) COURSES * Please check the 2008 Western Academic Calendar for full degree requirements, e.g., residency requirements. **Must be completed at UWO or Affiliate

ESSAYS

Category A Social Science = SS Inter- & Multi-disciplinary = I&M Various = V American Studies (I&M) Anthropology (SS) Business Administration (V) Centre for Global Studies (formerly International and Comparative Studies) (I&M) Childhood and Social Institutions (I&M)* Dance (I&M) Economics (SS) Education (I&M) Family Studies (I&M) First Nations Studies (SS) Foods and Nutrition (V) Geography (SS) Health Sciences (I&M) History (SS) Human Ecology (V) Interdisciplinary Studies (I&M) International Relations (SS) Kinesiology (I&M) Law (V) Linguistics (I&M) Media and the Public Interest (I&M) Media, Information and Technoculture (I&M) MOS (SS) Music (V) Nursing (I&M) Political Science (SS) Psychology (SS) Rehabilitation Sciences (I&M) Social Justice and Peace Studies (I&M)** Social Work (V) Sociology (SS) Thanatology (SS) Women’s Studies (SS)***

Category B Arts and Humanities = (A&H) Languages = (L)

Category C Engineering = E Medical Science = MS Science = S Various = V Actuarial Science (S) Anatomy and Cell Biology (MS) Applied Mathematics (S) Astronomy (S) Biochemistry (MS) Biology (S) Calculus (S) Chemical and Biochemical Engineering (E) Chemistry (S) Civil & Environmental Engineering (E) Communications Sciences and Disorders (V) Computer Science (S) Differential Equations (S) Earth Sciences (S) Electrical & Computer Engineering (E) Engineering Science (E) Environmental Science (S) Epidemiology and Biostatistics (MS) History of Science (S) Linear Algebra (S) Mathematics (S) Mech. & Materials Engineering (E) Medical Biophysics (MS) Medical Sciences (MS) Microbiology and Immunology (MS) Pathology (MS) Pathology and Toxicology (MS) Pharmacology and Toxicology (MS) Physics (S) Physiology (MS) Planetary Science (S) Software Engineering (E) Statistical Sciences (S) Philosophy 227E – for King’s students only. Main Campus students may not use this course to fulfill Category C requirements.

Arabic (L) Chinese (L) Classical Studies (A&H) Comparative Literature and Culture (A&H) English (L) Film Studies (A&H) French (L) German (L) Greek (L) Hebrew (L) Hindi (L) Italian (L) Italian Studies (A&H) Japanese (L) Korean (L) Latin (L) Philosophy (A&H) Polish (L) Portuguese (L) Religious Studies (A&H) Russian (L) Spanish (L) Speech (A&H) Theological Studies (A&H) Visual Arts History (A&H) Visual Arts Studio (A&H) Women’s Studies (A&H)*** Writing (A&H) – for King’s students only. Main campus students may not use Writing courses for this Category. Communications 020T for students registered before September 1, 2007

Notes: First-year Breadth Requirements: 1.0 from two of the three categories; students encouraged to take at least 1.0 essay course in first-year. *Students enrolled prior to September 1, 2007, are permitted to graduate with CFR/CSI, Linguistics, and ICS, recognized as Category B courses until September 1, 2010. Otherwise, as of September 1, 2007, they are Category A. **SJPS may count as Category B if taken prior to September 1, 2006. If taken after September 1, 2006, SJPS may only count as Category A. ***Women’s Studies may count as either Category A or Category B.
(revised January 29, 2008)