Atlantic Canadian Studies

Coordinator: Dr. Stephen Henderson stephen.henderson@acadiau.ca
Program Offered: Minor

A minor in Atlantic Canadian Studies requires the completion HIST 2343 and HIST 2353 as well as the requisite number of credit hours from the list of courses below. No more than 12h presented for the minor can be in a single discipline. All courses offered towards this minor must be completed with a minimum grade of C-.

Cross-Listed Courses
The following courses may be counted towards credit in the Atlantic Canadian Studies Minor: ENGL 3503, ENGL 3513, ENGL 4253, FRAN 3513, FRAN 3523, HIST 1913, HIST 2343, HIST 2353, HIST 2603, HIST 2733, HIST 3363, HIST 3373, IDST 1213, IDST 1223, IDST 3213, IDST 3613, POLS 4203, SOCI 2353, SOCI 3433.

For more program information, please consult the Acadia Academic Calendar, pp. 53.

Canadian Studies

Coordinator: Dr. Stephen Henderson stephen.henderson@acadiau.ca
Programs Offered: Bachelor of Arts with Honours (BAH), Bachelor of Arts (BA), Minor
 

Canadian Studies is a multidisciplinary program highlighting various perspectives on Canadian society – its history, political and legal systems, languages and cultures, for example. Students are challenged to investigate Canada from the perspectives of disciplines in the Humanities (Art, English & Theatre, French, History) and the Social Sciences (Economics, Politics, Sociology) to deepen their understanding of current social, cultural and political trends in Canada and their historical roots. Students also develop a breadth of research, reading and writing skills. Students can major in Canadian Studies alone or can combine it with another discipline to receive
a double major.

Cross-Listed Courses
The following courses may be counted towards credit in Canadian Studies: ART 2083, ART 2093, ECON 1013, ECON 1023, ECON 2713, ECON 2813, ECON 2823, ECON 3203, ECON 3323, ECON 3413, ECON 3423, ECON 3433, ECON 3513, ECON 3523, ECON 3713, ECON 4813, ENGL 2563, ENGL 2573, ENGL 3503, ENGL 3513, ENGL 3573, ENGL 3613, ENGL 3763, ENGL 3833, ENGL 3843, ENGL 3903, ENGL 4253, FRAN 3323, FRAN 3443, FRAN 3513, FRAN 3523, FRAN 3633, FRAN 3643, FRAN 4613, HIST 1913, HIST 2263, HIST 2343, HIST 2353, HIST 2403, HIST 2463, HIST 2483, HIST 2493, HIST 2553, HIST 2503, HIST 2603, HIST 2733, HIST 2773, HIST 2783, HIST 3143, HIST 3343, HIST 3353, HIST 3363, HIST 3373, HIST 3383, HIST 3393, HIST 3533, HIST 3613, HIST 3623, HIST 3663, HIST 3673, HIST 3683, HIST 4343, IDST 1213, IDST 1223, IDST 2253 IDST 2503, IDST 2513, IDST 3103, IDST 3123, IDST 3213, IDST 3613, POLS 1303, POLS 2223, POLS 3013, POLS 3063, POLS 3103, POLS 3213, POLS 3303, POLS 3463, POLS 3503, POLS 3543, POLS 3603, POLS 3703, POLS 3803, POLS 3883, POLS 3903, POLS 4103, POLS 4193, POLS 4203, POLS 4303, POLS 4403, POLS 4603, POLS 4803, SOCI 1013, SOCI 2123, SOCI 2323, SOCI 2343, SOCI 2413, SOCI 2713, SOCI 2723, SOCI 3143, SOCI 3183, SOCI 3223, SOCI 3263, SOCI 3703, SOCI 3743, SOCI 4193, SOCI 4263, WGST 2906, WGST 3023, WGST 4913.

For more program information, please consult the Acadia Academic Calendar, pp. 59-60.

Comparative Religion

Coordinator: Dr. Donna Seamone donna.seamone@acadiau.ca
Program Offered: Minor

Comparative Religion strengthens our world view by the study of the traditional world religions, Indigenous and feminist forms of
spirituality, and the relation of religion to health and ecology.

Cross-Listed Courses
The following courses may be counted as credit in Comparative Religion: BIBL 5013, BIBL 5023, BIBL 6013, BIBL 6023, BIBL 7043, CHUR 5013, CHUR 7053, CLAS 2273, CLAS 2283, CLAS 2293, CLAS 2553, CLAS 3573, CLAS 3663, CLAS 3673, HEBR 7006, HIST 2003, HIST 2033, HIST 2043, HIST 2073, HIST 2243, HIST 2533, HIST 3243, HIST 3453, HIST 3683, HIST 3713, IDST 1113, IDST 1123, IDST 2813, IDST 2823, PHIL 2403, SOCI 2853, THEO 6203, THEO 6213, WGST 2913.

For more program information, please consult the Acadia Academic Calendar, pp. 66.

Environmental Studies

Coordinator: Dr. Donna Seamone donna.seamone@acadiau.ca
Program Offered: Minor

There are no prescribed required courses for the minor in Environmental Studies. Students who wish to complete this minor are required to present the minimum number of credit hours to satisfy minor requirements in their program of study. No more than 12h of the minor in Environmental Studies can be in a single discipline. All courses offered towards this minor must be completed with a minimum grade of C-.

Cross-Listed Courses
The following courses may be counted as credit in Environmental Studies: BIOL 2033, CREL 2413, ECON 2713, ECON 3713, ECON 4183, ENGL 3523, ENGL 3533, ENVS 1643, ENVS 3113, ENVS 3313, HIST 2283, HIST 3383, IDST 3103, PHIL 2303, POLS 3883, POLS 3213, POLS 4843, SOCI 3223.

For more program information, please consult the Acadia Academic Calendar, p. 79.

Ethnocultural Diversity Studies

Coordinator: Dr. James Whidden jamie.whidden@acadiau.ca
Program(s) Offered: Minor

A Minor in Ethnocultural Diversity Studies requires the completion of at least 6h chosen from CREL 1206, IDST 1213, IDST 1223, and SOCI 1113 with the balance of the minor courses being chosen from the list below. All courses offered towards this minor must be completed with a minimum grade of C-.

Cross-Listed Courses
The following courses count towards the minor in Ethnocultural Diversity Studies: CLAS 2823, CREL 1206, CREL 2443, ENGL 3663, ENGL 3673, ENGL 3683, ENGL 3693, FRAN 3513, HIST 1913, HIST 2073, HIST 2303, HIST 2583, HIST 2603, HIST 2733, HIST 3423, HIST 3453, HIST 3613, IDST 1213, IDST 1223, MUSI 2063, POLS 1403, POLS 3063, POLS 3303, POLS 3483, POLS 3513, POLS 3773, SOCI 1113, SOCI 2113, SOCI 2123, SOCI 2153, SOCI 2413, SOCI 2533, SOCI 2853, SOCI 3133, SOCI 3373, WGST 4913.

For more program information, please consult the Acadia Academic Calendar, p. 79.

Material and Visual Culture

Coordinators: Drs. Laurie Dalton (laurie.dalton@acadiau.ca), Chelsea Gardner (chelsea.gardner@acadiau.ca), Jennifer MacDonald (jennifer.macdonald@acadiau.ca)
Program Offered: Minor
 
Material and visual culture are important sources in history, art history, classics, media studies and other disciplines. The courses currently taught from this perspective have been grouped together in order to create a multidisciplinary minor, which would be an appropriate course of study for students who want to pursue careers in art history, archaeology, museology or public history.

Cross-Listed Courses
The following courses may be counted towards the minor in Material and Visual Culture: ART/HIST 1813, ART/HIST 1823, ART 2073, ART 2083, ART 2093, ART 2413, ART 2423, ART 3513, ART 3713, CLAS 1803, CLAS 2013, CLAS 2023, CLAS 2553, CLAS 2733, CLAS 2823, CLAS 3453, CLAS 3663, CLAS 3673, CLAS 3813, ENGL 2033, HIST 1533, HIST 2493, HIST 3143, HIST 3203, HIST 3583, HIST 3593, HIST 3623, HIST 3713, HIST 3733, HIST 4343, IDST 2513, PHIL 2103, POLS 3783, SOCI 2533, THEA 2803, THEA 2813, WGST 3123.
 
For more program information, please consult the Acadia Academic Calendar, pp. 90-91.
 

World Literatures

Program Offered: Minor

A minor in World Literatures requires the completion CLAS 2573 and CLAS 3573 as well as the requisite number of additional credit hours from the list of courses below. No more than 12h can be in a single discipline. All courses offered towards this minor must be completed with a minimum grade of C-.

Cross-Listed Courses
The following courses may be counted towards credit in the World Literatures minor:
CLAS 2123, CLAS 3423, ENGL 3663, ENGL 3673, ENGL 3683, ENGL 3693, ENGL 3743, ENGL 3883, ENGL 3893, FRAN 2113, FRAN 2123, FRAN 3133, FRAN 4503, FRAN 4713, FRAN 4823, FRAN 4913, FRAN 4923, GERM 2913, GERM 2923, IDST 2423, IDST 3463, PHIL 3013, SPAN 3213, SPAN 3223.
 
For more program information, please consult the Acadia Academic Calendar, pp. 111.