- Junior English (ENGL)/Writing Studies (WRS) (★3)
★3 100-level ENGL
★3 100-level WRS.
Please note that the number of spaces available in WRS in any given year is limited.
Students who have been granted advanced placement in English may substitute any ★3 at the 200-level or higher in ENGL for the Common Requirement.
- One Language Other than English (LOE) (★6)
The Common Requirement of a Language other than English consists of ★6 at the 100-level or above in one LOE.
Language courses which do not offer as their goal the acquisition of a Language other than English, e.g., those dealing with literature in translation, will not fulfill the LOE requirement. Consult Course Listings, for full course descriptions.
The LOE requirement will be waived for students who have successfully completed a Language Other than English at the 30-level (or equivalent), or been required to take an English Language Proficiency test for admission
Students must satisfy departmental placement requirements for any Language Other than English or credit will be withheld.
- ★6 from Non-Arts Discipline(s)
Students must complete ★6 in courses offered by Faculties other than Arts. The courses can be in different disciplines, and/or from different Faculties. Some courses offered by other Faculties and programs are classified as “Arts” Courses for the purpose of the program and do not meet this requirement:
Faculty of Native Studies Arts Disciplines from Augustana Faculty and Faculté Saint-Jean Approved courses offered by the Faculty of Agricultural, Life and Environmental Sciences: (AREC 473 , AREC 482 , AREC 485 , AREC 487 , R SOC 355 , R SOC 450 )
The BA (Criminology) Program is not available as an after degree.
Students should be aware that under the Protection for Persons in Care Act, all new employees, volunteers and other people engaged for services by designated agencies (hospitals, nursing homes, group homes, social service agencies, etc.) must complete a Police Information Check (also known as a Criminal Record Check, Security Clearance Check, or Police Clearance), which must include a Vulnerable Sector Check. In addition, certain other agencies, organizations, and educational facilities may require students to present a Police Information Check prior to entering a practicum, work placement term, internship, or field experience placement.
Students who have concerns related to their ability to provide a clear Police Information Check should consult with the Associate Dean, Student Programs. Students will be informed of the need for a Police Information Check prior to specific internship/practicum/work experience placement. See Requirement for Police Information Checks for more information on the general requirements concerning Police Information Checks and the fees associated with them.