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Career Pathways

Career Pathways

Planning your academic future can be very exciting and, at times, overwhelming. Some students are aware of the exact outcome they want, but may not know exactly how to get there. Others are excited by the opportunity to explore and discover a pathway that revolves around their interests.

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Language and Communications

Are you interested in a career in journalism, publishing, creative or technical writing, translation, or communications? StFX’s Language and Communications Pathway can help you on your way.

Any of the Suggested Majors, plus Classical Studies, Art History, Religious Studies, or Psychology, could also serve as a relevant Minor.

  • Celtic Studies 100: Scottish Gaelic
  • Celtic Studies 110: Irish Gaelic
  • English 100: Introductory Survey of English Literature
  • French 110: French Language I
  • French 115: French Language II
  • German 100: German Language I
  • Spanish 100: Spanish Language I
  • Mi’kmaq 100: Introduction to Mi’kmaq
  • Classical Studies 110: Latin I
  • Classical Studies 120: Introductory Greek
  • Art 141: History of Art I
  • Art 142: History of Art II
  • Religious Studies 110: An Introduction to World Religions
  • Religious Studies 120: Religion, Spirituality, and Health
  • Psychology 100: Introduction to Psychology
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  • Celtic Studies 100: Scottish Gaelic; Celtic Studies 110: Irish Gaelic; Celtic Studies 221: Celtic Literature: Early Ireland
  • English 100: Introduction to Literature and Critical Writing; English 209: Introduction to Film; English 237: Shakespeare
  • Spanish 100: Spanish Language I; French 333: 20th-Century French Literature
  • Classical Studies 110: Latin I; Classical Studies 120: Introductory Greek; Classical Studies 240: Greek Literature in Translation
  • Art 141: History of Art I; Art 142: History of Art II; Art 260: 20th Century: Modern Art; Art 261: Contemporary Art; Art 356: Iconography of Christian Art: The Life of Christ
  • Religious Studies 110: An Introduction to World Religions; Religious Studies 120: Religion, Spirituality, and Health; Religious Studies 210: The Bible and Film; Religious Studies 225: Cults and New Religious Movements
  • Psychology 220: Cognitive Psychology; Psychology 345: Communication and Language; Psychology 372: Cultural Psychology
  • Philosophy 230: Philosophy of Human Nature; Philosophy 251: Critical Thinking
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*Bolded courses below are Introductory Courses(100 course-level number) as listed above.

Celtic Studies

  • Celtic Studies 100: Scottish Gaelic
  • Celtic Studies 110: Irish Gaelic
  • Celtic Studies 200: Second-Year Scottish Gaelic
  • Celtic Studies 210: Second-Year Irish Gaelic
  • Celtic Studies 341: Scottish Gaelic Poetry
  • Celtic Studies 431: Irish Gaelic Poetry

English

  • English 100: Introduction to Literature and Critical Writing
  • English 215: Principles and Practices of Literary Criticism
  • English 231: Introduction to Creative Writing
  • English 237: Shakespeare
  • English 307: 17th-Century Literature and Culture to 1649
  • English 308: Milton and his Time
  • English 320: Modern Poetry
  • English 367: The Canadian Novel
  • English 347: African-Canadian Literature
  • English 376: Modern American Fiction

Modern Languages

  • French 110: French Language I
  • French 115: French Language II
  • German 100: German Language I
  • Spanish 100: Spanish Language I
  • Mi’kmaq 100: Introduction to Mi’kmaq
  • French 215: French Language III
  • French 216: Survey of French Literature
  • German 200: German Language II
  • German 300: German Language III
  • Spanish 200: Spanish Language II
  • Mi’kmaq 205: Advanced Mi’kmaq
  • French 333: 20th-Century French Literature
  • French 334: 20th-Century French Literature II
  • French 351: Stylistic Comparison of French and English
  • Spanish 334: Spanish Composition
  • Spanish 374: Spanish American Literature from the Conquest to Modernity

Classical Studies

  • Classical Studies 110: Latin I
  • Classical Studies 120: Introductory Greek
  • Classical Studies 230: Latin II
  • Classical Studies 240: Greek Literature in Translation

Art

  • Art 141: History of Art I
  • Art 142: History of Art II
  • Art 251: Medieval Art
  • Art 252: Baroque Art
  • Art 258: Impressionism
  • Art 260: 20th Century Art: Modern Art
  • Art 261: Contemporary Art
  • Art 356: Iconography of Christian Art: The Life of Christ
  • Art 357: Iconography of Christian Art: The Saints
  • Art 371: Italian Renaissance Art I
  • Art 372: Northern Renaissance Art
  • Art 373: Italian Renaissance Art II

Religious Studies

  • Religious Studies 110: An Introduction to World Religions
  • Religious Studies 120: Religion, Spirituality, and Health
  • Religious Studies 210: The Bible and Film
  • Religious Studies 225: Cults and New Religious Movements
  • Religious Studies 253: Introduction to the Hebrew Bible or Old Testament
  • Religious Studies 255: Introduction to the New Testament
  • Religious Studies 295: Religion and Politics
  • Religious Studies 337: Mysticism

Psychology

  • Psychology 100: Introduction to Psychology
  • Psychology 220: Cognitive Psychology
  • Psychology 301/302: History and Theory of Psychology
  • Psychology 347: Communication and Language
  • Psychology 372: Cultural Psychology
  • Psychology 374: Human Development Across Cultures
Law Studies

Are you interested in a career in law, criminal justice, or public policy? StFX’s Law Studies Pathway can help to get you there.

Any of the above Majors, plus Psychology and Modern Languages, could also serve as a relevant Minor.

  • Philosophy 100: Introduction to Philosophy
  • Political Science 100: Introduction to Political Science
  • History 100: Western Civilization
  • History 110: Global History Since 1300
  • Psychology 100: Introduction to Psychology
  • Sociology 100: Introduction to Sociology
  • English 100: Introduction to Literature and Critical Writing
  • French 110: French Language I
  • French 115: French Language II
  • German 100: German Language I
  • Spanish 100: Spanish Language I
  • Mi’kmaq 100: Introduction to Mi’kmaq
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  • Philosophy 251: Critical Thinking; Philosophy 331: Introduction to Ethics; Philosophy 336: Ethics in Health and Medicine;  Philosophy 372: Philosophy of Law
  • Political Science 200: History of Political Thought; Political Science 335: Human Rights and International Justice; Political Science 343: Law and Politics
  • History 314: Canada and the Cold War Era; History 351: US Immigration and Ethnicity; History 355: The Sixties: A Social History
  • Psychology 370: Abnormal Psychology; Psychology 380: Forensic Psychology; Special Concentration in Forensic Psychology
  • Sociology 250: Deviance and Social Control
  • English 215: Principles and Practices of Literary Criticism; English 345: Literary Theory and Practical Criticism to 1798; English 346: Literary Theory and Practical Criticism 1798 to the Present
  • Spanish 100: Spanish Language I; French 220: Language and Culture
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*Bolded courses below are Introductory Courses(100 course-level number) as listed above.

Philosophy

  • Philosophy 100: Introduction to Philosophy
  • Philosophy 251: Critical Thinking
  • Philosophy 331: Introduction to Ethics
  • Philosophy 332: Contemporary Moral and Social Issues
  • Philosophy 333: Environmental Ethics
  • Philosophy 336: Ethics in Health and Medicine
  • Philosophy 371: Social and Political Philosophy
  • Philosophy 372: Philosophy of Law

Political Science

  • Political Science 100: Introduction to Political Science
  • Political Science 200: History of Political Thought
  • Political Science 221: Canadian Politics I
  • Political Science 222: Canadian Politics II
  • Political Science 335: Human Rights and International Justice
  • Political Science 342: Canadian Public Policy
  • Political Science 343: Law and Politics
  • Political Science 353: International Organizations

History

  • History 100: Western Civilization
  • History 110: Global History Since 1300
  • History 310: Canadian Immigration and Ethnic History
  • History 314: Canada and the Cold War Era
  • History 333: The Individual in Medieval Society
  • History 341: A History of Canadian-American Relations
  • History 347: The Place of Race in the United States
  • History 351: US Immigration and Ethnicity
  • History 355: The Sixties: A Social History

Psychology

  • Psychology 100: Introduction to Psychology
  • Psychology 240: Social Psychology
  • Psychology 370: Abnormal Psychology
  • Psychology 380: Forensic Psychology

Sociology

  • Sociology 100: Introduction to Sociology
  • Sociology 201: Traditions in Social Thought
  • Sociology 250: Deviance and Social Control
  • Sociology 435: Sociology of Surveillance and Social Control

English

  • English 100: Introduction to Literature and Critical Writing
  • English 215: Principles and Practices of Literary Criticism
  • English 237: Shakespeare
  • English 329: Studies in Women Writers: Feminisms and their Literatures
  • English 345: Literary Theory and Practical Criticism to 1798
  • English 346: Literary Theory and Practical Criticism 1798 to the Present
  • English 370: English Romantic Literature
  • English 445: Seminar in Contemporary Critical Theory

Modern Languages

  • French 110: French Language I
  • French 115: French Language II
  • German 100: German Language I
  • Spanish 100: Spanish Language I
  • Mi’kmaq 100: Introduction to Mi’kmaq
  • French 215: French Language III
  • French 216: Survey of French Literature
  • German 200: German Language II
  • German 300: German Language III
  • Spanish 200: Spanish Language II
  • Spanish 334: Spanish Composition
Public Policy and Government Administration

Are you interested in a career in government service, politics, or public administration? StFX’s Public Policy and Government Administration pathway can help to get you there.

Political Science, Economics, Sociology, History. Any major in the Faculty of Arts could serve as a good preparation in this area.

Any of the Suggested Majors could also serve as a relevant Minor. A proficiency in French would be a major asset in this area.

  • Political Science 100: Introduction to Political Science
  • Sociology 100: Introduction to Sociology
  • Religious Studies 110: An Introduction to World Religions
  • Economics 101/102: Introductory Microeconomics and Macroeconomics
  • History 100: Western Civilization
  • History 110: Global History Since 1300
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  • Political Science 221/222: Canadian Politics; Political Science 240: Business and Government; Political Science 321: Federalism; Political Science 343: Law and Politics; Political Science 341 Canadian Public Administration; Political Science 342: Canadian Public Policy
  • Economics 241: Canadian Economic Prospects and Challenges; Economics 335/336: Money and Financial Markets; Economics 361: Human Resources and Labour Economics; Economics 365: International Trade; Economics 366: International Payments and Finance; Economics 391/392: Public Finance
  • Sociology 210: Sociology of Marriage and the Family; Sociology 321: Sociology of Atlantic Canada; Sociology 360: Social Policy; Sociology 364: Food and Society; Sociology 370: Sociology of Work
  • Religious Studies 110: An Introduction to World Religions; Religious Studies 225: Cults and New Religious Movements; Religious Studies 235: Introduction to Hinduism and Buddhism; Religious Studies 310: Religion in Modern India; Religious Studies 356: Religion and Ecology
  • Anthropology 331: Anthropology and Indigenous Peoples
    Anthropology 332: Mi’kmaq Studies: Advanced Critical Issues in Indigenous Anthropology
  • History 213/215: A History of Canada; History 209: The Maritime Provinces, 1500-1950; History 310: Canadian Immigration and Ethnic History
  • Philosophy 371: Social and Political Philosophy; Philosophy 372: Philosophy of Law
  • Celtic Studies 332: The Scottish Gael in Scotland
  • Development Studies 202: Introduction to International Development: Canada
  • English 263: Canadian Literature I: 18th and 19th Centuries; English 264: Canadian Literature II: The 20th Century and After

 

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*Bolded courses below are Introductory Courses(100 course-level number) as listed above.

Political Science

  • Political Science 100: Introduction to Political Science
  • Political Science 323: Atlantic Canada
  • Political Science 323: Parties and Elections
  • Political Science 324: Provincial Politics
  • Political Science 344: Citizenship and Identity
  • Political Science 345: Women and Politics
  • Political Science 351: Canadian Foreign Policy
  • Political Science 353: International Organizations
  • Political Science 354: International Political Economy

Sociology

  • Sociology 100: Introduction to Sociology
  • Sociology 212: Social Dissent
  • Sociology 312: Social Movements
  • Sociology 330: Sociology of First Peoples

Religious Studies

  • Religious Studies 110: An Introduction to World Religions
  • Religious Studies 120: Religion, Spirituality, and Health
  • Religious Studies 200: Introduction to Religious Ethics
  • Religious Studies 225: Cults and New Religious Movements
  • Religious Studies 235: Introduction to Hinduism and Buddhism
  • Religious Studies 310: Religion in Modern India
  • Religious Studies 356: Religion and Ecology
  • Religious Studies 385: Modern Christianity


Economics

  • Economics 101/102: Introductory Microeconomics and Macroeconomics
  • Economics 342: Maritime Economy
  • Economics 281: Environmental Economics
  • Economics 305/306: Economic Development
  • Economics 312: Industrial Organization
  • Economics 364: Health Economics
  • Economics 365: International Trade
  • Economics 371/372: Econometrics I & II
  • Economics 381: Natural Resources Economics

History

  • History 100: Western Civilization
  • History 110: Global History Since 1300
  • History 202/203: Western Canada
  • History 300: A Cultural and Intellectual History of Canada
  • History 303: The Working Class in Early Canadian Society
  • History 304: The Working Class in Modern Canada
  • History 314: Canada and the Cold War Era
  • History 317/318: Canadian Women’s and Gender History

 

Teaching and Educational Leadership

Are you interested in teaching in elementary school or high school, or pursuing a leadership role in education or curriculum development? StFX’s Teaching and Educational Leadership Pathway (in Arts) can help you achieve those goals by providing the necessary perquisites for pursuing a Bachelor of Education.

Elementary Education Requirements

There are five requirements for entrance into the B.Ed. elementary stream.

a) Social Studies.
Nine credits are required in social studies from any one or combination of the following disciplines: history (with a preference for local and Canadian history), geography, economics, political science, anthropology, sociology, law, classics, Acadian studies, African-Canadian studies, Mi’kmaq studies, and/or philosophy.

b) Mathematics
Six credits are required in the subject field of mathematics. Three of the six credits must include the investigation of fundamental concepts and ideas.

c) English or French
Six credits are required in the subject field of English, if the undergraduate degree was delivered in English. Six credits are required in the subject field of French, if the undergraduate degree was delivered in French. Applicants for the specialist program for teaching French are encouraged to have courses in oral and written communication; communication strategies (speaking, listening, reading, writing strategies); Acadian, Quebec and francophone culture courses; an introduction to French literature, which could include literature throughout the francophone world. In addition to this, elementary applicants are encouraged to have a course in children’s French literature taught in French.

d) Science
Six credits are required in science from any one or combination of biology, chemistry, physics, geology/earth sciences, oceanography and environmental studies. Please note that a full laboratory component is recommended and is required for teacher certification in some Canadian provinces outside of Nova Scotia.

e) Developmental Psychology
Three or six credits of developmental psychology are required.

A maximum of six credits of cognate course may be recognized in fulfillment of the individual subject field requirements identified above.
Cognate coursework refers to coursework in which the content is consistent with the content in the discipline for which credit is being allocated, for example, classics as history, communications as English. Final decisions on cognates are determined by the Faculty of Education in consultation with the NS Department of Teacher Certification.

 

Secondary Education Requirements

Secondary education students must prepare to teach two subject fields normally taught in the public secondary schools of Nova Scotia (English, French, social studies, diverse cultures, mathematics, science, physical education/health education, Art, Gaelic, family studies). Information on subject fields and related disciplines are outlined below.

a) English
Applicants are encouraged to have courses in Canadian, American, British (including Shakespeare), and post-colonial literature.

b) French
Applicants are encouraged to have courses in oral and written communication; communication strategies (speaking, listening, reading, writing strategies); Acadian, Québécois, and francophone culture courses; and an introduction to French literature which could include literature throughout the francophone world.

c) Social Studies
Applicants must have a concentration in one of the following related disciplines: African-Canadian studies, classics, Acadian studies, economics, geography, history, law, Mi’kmaq studies, political science, or sociology. Anthropology may be used for a minor subject field and as a major subject field only if the courses are cross-listed with sociology.

d) Diverse Cultures
Applicants must have concentration in African-Canadian studies, Mi’kmaq studies, native studies or sociology. Courses in women’s and gender studies, world religions, and interdisciplinary studies are only eligible if they are cross-listed with the aforementioned related disciplines. Anthropology may be used for a minor subject field and as a major subject field only if the courses are cross-listed with sociology.

e) Mathematics
Applicants are encouraged to take courses in calculus, algebra, geometry, and statistics.

f) Science
Applicants must have a concentration in one of the following related disciplines: biology, chemistry, geology/earth sciences, environmental studies, oceanography, or physics.

g) Physical Education/Health Education
As a specialist discipline, physical education requires that prospective students meet recognized national standards. In addition to the general requirements for either the elementary or secondary stream, applicants must have a minimum of 30 credits in the major subject for their first degree in the related disciplines of physical education, human kinetics, or kinesiology, with at least half consisting of course beyond the introductory level. In addition, students should present among their required courses the following:

  • Courses illustrating knowledge of disciplinary content, including by not limited to human anatomy/physiology, motor learning and control, and psychology of physical activity.
  • Courses related to the curriculum of the provincial school system including basic movement, gymnastics, dance, and team/individual sports, recreation and leisure pursuits, outdoor education, and exercise and health-related fitness.
  • Courses in health education and growth and development.
  • A course in special populations in physical education.
    Consideration may be given to applicants with unique skill sets or experience.

h) Gaelic
Applicants must have a concentration in one of the following related disciplines: Celtic Studies, Scottish Gaelic, or Irish Gaelic.

i) Art
Applicants must have a concentration in one of the following related disciplines; art, drama, music or theatre studies.

j) Family Studies
Applicants must have a dual concentration which covers two of the three threads of the family studies program: food and nutrition; textile arts and family dynamics. Applicants’ transcripts will be assess individually for suitability for the family studies field, but generally a concentration in human nutrition, family studies, sociology, psychology, and consumer education is recommended.


For additional information visit the Faculty of Education website at:
http://sites.stfx.ca/education.
 

Any approved degree pattern with a Major and Minor in the Bachelor of Arts program will prepare you for applying to the Bachelor of Education program. The following requirements should be kept in mind when choosing your courses in the B.A.

Sustainability and the Environment

Are you interested in a career in environmental law, environmental research, or sustainable development? StFX’s Sustainability and Environment Pathway can help to get you there.

Any of the Suggested Majors could also serve as a relevant Minor.

  • Anthropology 111: Introduction to Physical Anthropology/Archaeology
  • Anthropology 112: Introduction to Socio-Cultural Anthropology
  • Aquatic Resources 100: Introduction to Aquatic Resources I: Natural Science Applications
  • Development Studies 201: Introduction to International Development: The Global South
  • Development Studies 202: Introduction to International Development: Canada
  • Political Science 100: Introduction to Political Science
  • Sociology 100: Introduction to Sociology
  • Economics 101: Introductory Microeconomics
  • Economics 102: Introductory Macroeconomics

 

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  • Anthropology 112: Introduction to Socio-Cultural Anthropology; Anthropology 223: Anthropology of Globalization; Anthropology 320: Anthropology of Development
  • Aquatic Resources 100: Introduction to Aquatic Resources I: Natural Science Applications; Aquatic Resources 200: Introduction to Aquatic Resources II: Social Science Applications; Aquatic Resources 400: Work Experience/Student Internship
  • Development Studies 201: Introduction to International Development: The Global South; Development Studies 202: Introduction to International Development: Canada; Development Studies303: Topics in Globalization and Development
  • Political Science 247: Environmental Science I; Political Science 248: Environmental Science II; Political Science 346: The Politics of Resource Management; Political Science 347: Politics of the Environment
  • Sociology 100: Introduction to Sociology; Sociology 364: Food and Society; Sociology 366: Coastal Communities
  • Economics 281: Environmental Economics; Economics 364: Health Economics; Economics 381: Natural Resources Economics

 

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*Bolded courses below are Introductory Courses(100 course-level number) as listed above.

Anthropology

  • Anthropology 111: Introduction to Physical Anthropology/Archaeology
  • Anthropology 112: Introduction to Socio-Cultural Anthropology
  • Anthropology 223: Anthropology of Globalization
  • Anthropology 310: Anthropology of Tourism
  • Anthropology 320: Anthropology of Development
  • Anthropology 331: Anthropology and Indigenous Peoples

Aquatic Resources

  • Aquatic Resources 100: Introduction to Aquatic Resources I: Natural Science Applications
  • Aquatic Resources 200: Introduction to Aquatic Resources II: Social Science Applications
  • Aquatic Resources 325: Aquatic Resources Field Camp
  • Aquatic Resources 400: Work Experience/Student Internship

Development Studies

  • Development Studies 201: Introduction to International Development: The Global South
  • Development Studies 202: Introduction to International Development: Canada
  • Development Studies 302: Globalization and Development
  • Development Studies 303: Topics in Globalization and Development

Political Science

  • Political Science 100: Introduction to Political Science
  • Political Science 247: Environmental Social Science I
  • Political Science 248: Environmental Social Science II
  • Political Science 346: The Politics of Resource Management
  • Political Science 347: Politics of the Environment
  • Political Science 379: Third World/South-North Politics

Sociology

  • Sociology 100: Introduction to Sociology
  • Sociology 247: Environmental Social Science I
  • Sociology 248: Environmental Social Science II
  • Sociology 302: Topics in Contemporary Theory
  • Sociology 364: Food and Society
  • Sociology 366: Coastal Communities
  • Sociology 433: Advanced Problems in Environment and Society

Economics

  • Economics 101: Introductory Microeconomics
  • Economics 102: Introductory Macroeconomics
  • Economics 281: Environmental Economics
  • Economics 291: Economics of Leisure, Recreation and Sports
  • Economics 364: Health Economics
  • Economics 381: Natural Resource Economics

Philosophy

  • Philosophy 331: Introduction to Ethics
  • Philosophy 333: Environmental Ethics
     
Globalization and International Affairs

Are you interested in a career in international politics, trade and commerce, or diplomacy? StFX’s Globalization and International Affairs pathway can help you find your way.

Any of the Suggested Majors, plus English and Women’s and Gender Studies, could also serve as a relevant Minor.

  • Political Science 100: Introduction to Political Science
  • Development Studies 201: Introduction to International Development: The Global South
  • Development Studies 202: Introduction to International Development: Canada
  • History 100: Western Civilization
  • History 110: Global History Since 1300
  • Anthropology 111: Introduction to Physical Anthropology/Archaeology
  • Anthropology 112: Introduction to Socio-Cultural Anthropology
  • Economics 101: Introductory Microeconomics
  • Economics 102: Introductory Macroeconomics
  • Religious Studies 110: An Introduction to World Religions
  • Religious Studies 120: Religion, Spirituality, and Health
  • French 110: French Language I
  • German 100: German Language I
  • English 100: Introductory Survey of Literature in English

 

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  • Political Science 315: Democratization Around the World; Political Science 351: Canadian Foreign Policy; Political Science 370: Third World/South-North Politics
  • Development Studies 302: Globalization and Development; Development Studies 311: Issues in Development Practice; Development Studies 405: Community-Based Development: Strategies and Practice
  • History 110: Global History Since 1300; History 283: The British Empire; History 314: Canada and the Cold War Era
  • Anthropology 223: Anthropology of Globalization; Anthropology 310: Anthropology of Tourism; Anthropology 425: Power and Change
  • Economics 211: Local and Community Development Economics; Economics 365: International Trade; Economics 366: International Payments and Finance
  • German 100: German Language I; French 220: Language and Culture; French 327: French Writing I
  • Religious Studies 110: An Introduction to World Religions; Religious Studies 120: Religion, Spirituality, and Health; Religious Studies 225: Cults and New Religious Movements; Religious Studies 295: Religion and Politics; Religious
    Studies 356: Religion and Ecology
  • English 240: Literature of the Middle East; English 247: Postcolonial Literature
  • Women’s and Gender Studies 326: Issues in Anthropology of Kinship; Women’s and Gender Studies 345: Women and Politics; Women’s and Gender Studies 370: European Women’s History
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*Bolded courses below are Introductory Courses(100 course-level number) as listed above.

Political Science

  • Political Science 100: Introduction to Political Science
  • Political Science 211: Comparative Politics I
  • Political Science 212: Comparative Politics II
  • Political Science 250: World Politics
  • Political Science 291: Violence, Conflict, and Politics
  • Political Science 303: Contemporary Political Arguments
  • Political Science 314: Topics in European Politics
  • Political Science 315: Democratization Around the World
  • Political Science 331: Comparative Nationalism
  • Political Science 351: Canadian Foreign Policy

Development Studies

  • Development Studies 201: Introduction to International Development: The Global South
  • Development Studies 202: Introduction to International Development: Canada
  • Development Studies 302: Globalization and Development
  • Development Studies 303: Topics in Globalization and Development
  • Development Studies 305: Economic Development I
  • Development Studies: 306: Economic Development II
  • Development Studies 311: Issues in Development Practice
  • Development Studies 354: International Political Economy
  • Development Studies 355: Global Issues
  • Development Studies 401: Theories of Development
  • Development Studies 405: Community-Based Development: Strategies and Practice

History

  • History 100: Western Civilization
  • History 110: Global History Since 1300
  • History 222: Imperial Russia
  • History 232: Europe’s High and Late Middle Ages
  • History 244: The United States After 1865
  • History 283: The British Empire
  • History 255: History of Colonial Latin America
  • History 256: History of Modern Latin America
  • History 314: Canada and the Cold War Era
  • History 341: A History of Canadian-American Relations
  • History 370: Modern China
  • History 390: World War I

Anthropology

  • Anthropology 111: Introduction to Physical Anthropology/Archaeology
  • Anthropology 112: Introduction to Socio-Cultural Anthropology
  • Anthropology 223: Anthropology of Globalization
  • Anthropology 310: Anthropology of Tourism
  • Anthropology 320: Anthropology of Development
  • Anthropology 425: Power and Change

Economics

  • Economics 101: Introductory Microeconomics
  • Economics 102: Introductory Macroeconomics
  • Economics 211: Local and Community Development Economics
  • Economics 365: International Trade
  • Economics 366: International Payments and Finance
  • Economics 381: Natural Resource Economics

Religious Studies

  • Religious Studies 110: An Introduction to World Religions
  • Religious Studies 120: Religion, Spirituality, and Health
  • Religious Studies 225: Cults and New Religious Movements
  • Religious Studies 235: Introduction to Hinduism and Buddhism
  • Religious Studies 295: Religion and Politics
  • Religious Studies 337: Mysticism
  • Religious Studies 356: Religion and Ecology

Modern Languages

  • French 110: French Language I
  • German 100: German Language I
  • German 200: German Language I
  • French 220: Language and Culture
  • Spanish 325: French Writing I
  • Spanish 327: Spanish Language Cinema
  • Spanish 374: Spanish American Literature from the Conquest to Modernity

Women’s and Gender Studies

  • WMGS 326: Issues in Anthropology of Kinship
  • WMGS 345: Women and Politics
  • WMGS 370: European Women’s History
  • WMGS 424: Women and Work
     

English

  • English 100: Introductory Survey of Literature in English
  • English 240: Literature of the Middle East
  • English 247: Postcolonial Literature
  • English 250: Survey of 20th-Century Literature in English
  • English 347: African-Canadian Literature
  • English 350: Modern British Fiction
Social Justice

Are you interested in a career in social work, education, international law, or political activism? StFX’s Social Justice Pathway can help to get you there.v

Any of the above Majors, plus Religious Studies or English, may also serve as a relevant Minor.

  • Development Studies 201: Introduction to International Development: the Global South
  • Development Studies 202: Introduction to International Development: Canada
  • WMGS 100: Introduction to Women and Gender Studies
  • Political Science 100: Introduction to Political Science
  • Sociology 100: Introduction to Sociology
  • Anthropology 112: Introduction to Socio-Cultural Anthropology
  • Philosophy 100: Introductory Philosophy
  • Religious Studies 100: Introduction to Christianity
  • Religious Studies 120: Religion, Spirituality, and Health
  • English 100: Introduction to Literature and Critical Writing
  • History 110: Global History Since 1300
  • Celtic Studies 131: Celtic Civilization I
  • Celtic Studies 132: Celtic Civilization II

 

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  • Development Studies 201: Introduction to International Development: the Global South; Development Studies 311: Issues in Development Practice; Development Studies 405: Community-Based Development
  • Women’s and Gender Studies 100: Introduction to Women’s and Gender Studies; Women’s and Gender Studies 205: Gender, Sexuality and the Body; Women’s and Gender Studies 303: Feminist Theory
  • Political Science 335: Human Rights and International Justice; Political Science 344: Citizenship and Identity; Political Science 345: Women and Politics
  • Sociology 248: Environmental Social Science II: Power and Change; Sociology 312: Social Movements
  • Anthropology 112: Introduction to Socio-cultural Anthropology; Anthropology 331: Indigenous Peoples; Anthropology 415: Anthropology of HIV/AIDS
  • Religious Studies 100: Introduction to Christianity; Religious Studies 120: Religion, Spirituality and Health; Religious Studies 402: Religious Approaches to Sexual Diversity
  • English 247: Postcolonial Literature; English 347: African-Canadian Literature; English 318: Cultural Theory Through Popular Culture
  • Philosophy 331: Introduction to Ethics
  • Philosophy 333: Environmental Ethics
  • Philosophy 371: Social and Political Philosophy
  • Catholic Studies 341: Catholic Social Teaching
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*Bolded courses below are Introductory Courses(100 course-level number) as listed above.

Development Studies

  • Development Studies 201: Introduction to International Development: the Global South
  • Development Studies 202: Introduction to International Development: Canada
  • Development Studies 302: Globalization and Development
  • Development Studies 303: Topics in Globalization and Development
  • Development Studies 311: Issues in Development Practice
  • Development Studies 391: Special Topics: Social Movements, Social Change, and Development
  • Development Studies 401: Theories of Development
  • Development Studies 405: Community-Based Development

Women’s and Gender Studies

  • WMGS 100: Introduction to Women and Gender Studies
  • WMGS 205: Gender, Sexuality and the Body
  • WMGS 215: Race, Class, Gender, and Sex
  • WMGS 303: Feminist Theory
  • WMGS 311: Men and Masculinities
  • WMGS 329: Studies in Women Writers: Feminisms and their Literatures
  • WMGS 364: Social Justice and Health
  • WMGS 367: Current Challenges: Women in Management

Political Science

  • Political Science 100: Introduction to Political Science
  • Political Science 301: Liberalism and its Critics
  • Political Science 335: Human Rights and International Justice
  • Political Science 341: Canadian Public Administration
  • Political Science 342: Canadian Public Policy
  • Political Science 343: Law and Politics
  • Political Science 344: Citizenship and Identity
  • Political Science 345: Women and Politics
  • Political Science 346: The Politics of Resource Management
  • Political Science 370: Third World/South-North Politics
  • Political Science 442: Public Policy

Sociology

  • Sociology 100: Introduction to Sociology
  • Sociology 248: Environmental Social Sciences II: Power and Change
  • Sociology 290: Social Inequality
  • Sociology 312: Social Movements
  • Sociology 322: Antigonish Movement as Change and Development
  • Sociology 330: Sociology of First Peoples

Anthropology

  • Anthropology 112: Introduction to Socio-Cultural Anthropology
  • Anthropology 218: Anthropology of Health and Illness
  • Anthropology 223: Anthropology of Globalization
  • Anthropology 233: Ethnographic Studies
  • Anthropology 310: Anthropology of Tourism
  • Anthropology 320: Anthropology of Development
  • Anthropology 324: Anthropology of Gender
  • Anthropology 331: Anthropology and Indigenous Peoples
  • Anthropology 332: Mi’kmaq Studies: Advanced Critical Issues
  • Anthropology 415: Anthropology of HIV/AIDS
  • Anthropology 425: Power and Change
  • Anthropology 435: Advanced Indigenous Issues

Philosophy

  • Philosophy 100: Introductory Philosophy
  • Philosophy 230: Human Nature
  • Philosophy 331: Introduction to Ethics
  • Philosophy 332: Contemporary Moral and Social Issues
  • Philosophy 333: Environmental Ethics
  • Philosophy 336: Ethics in Health Care and Medicine
  • Philosophy 371: Social and Political Philosophy
  • Philosophy 372: Philosophy of Law
  • Philosophy 451/2: Seminar in Ethics, Political Philosophy, and the Philosophy of Law

Religious Studies

  • Religious Studies 100: Introduction to Christianity
  • Religious Studies 120: Religion, Spirituality, and Health
  • Religious Studies 200: Introduction to Religious Ethics
  • Religious Studies 215: Sociology of Religion
  • Religious Studies 295: Religion and Politics
  • Religious Studies 356: Religion and Ecology
  • Religious Studies 402: Religious Approaches to Sexual Diversity

English

  • English 100: Introduction to Literature and Critical Writing
  • English 247: Postcolonial Literature
  • English 229: Women in English Literature
  • English 318: Cultural Theory through Popular Culture
  • English 329: Studies in Women Writers: Feminisms and their Literatures

History

  • History 110: Global History Since 1300
  • History 309: The Working Class in Canadian Society
  • History 343: The Place of Race in the United States
  • History 398: Themes in the History of Sexuality

Catholic Studies

  • Catholic Studies 341: Catholic Social Teaching

Aquatic Resources

  • Aquatic Resources 200: Social Science Applications: Marine Resource Settings

Modern Languages

  • French 361: Acadian Literature
  • French 363: Québécois Literature I: Révolution tranquille to the Present
  • French 364: Québécois Literature II: Origins to the Révolution tranquille
  • Spanish 374: Spanish American Literature from the Conquest to Modernity
  • Spanish 464: Spanish American Literature from Modernism to Postmodernism

Celtic Studies

  • Celtic Studies 131: Celtic Civilization I
  • Celtic Studies 132: Celtic Civilization II
     
Immigration and Diversity

Are you interested in a career in immigration, tourism, multiculturalism, or human resources? StFX’s Immigration and Diversity Pathway can help to guide your way.

Any of the Suggested Majors, plus Celtic Studies, English, and Modern Languages, may also serve as a relevant Minor.

  • Anthropology 111: Introduction to Physical Anthropology/Archeology
  • Anthropology 112: Introduction to Socio-cultural Anthropology
  • History 100: Western Civilization
  • History 110: Global History Since 1300
  • Political Science 100: Introduction to Political Science
  • Sociology 100: Introduction to Sociology
  • Religious Studies 110: An Introduction to World Religions
  • Religious Studies 120: Religion, Spirituality, and Health
  • Celtic Studies 131: Celtic Civilization I
  • Celtic Studies 132: Celtic Civilization II
  • English 100: Introduction to Literature and Critical Writing
  • French 115: French Language II
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  • Anthropology 112: Introduction to Socio-cultural Anthropology; Anthropology 223: Anthropology of Globalization; Anthropology 310: Anthropology of Tourism; Anthropology 324: Anthropology of Gender
  • History 310: Canadian Immigration and Ethnic History; History 343: The Place of Race in the United States; History 351: US Immigration and Ethnicity
  • Political Science 222: Canadian Politics II; Political Science 331: Comparative Nationalism; Political Science 379: Third World/South-North Politics
  • Women’s and Gender Studies 324: Anthropology of Gender; Women’s and Gender Studies 345: Women and Politics; Women’s and Gender Studies 424: Women and Work
  • Sociology 330: Sociology of First Peoples
  • Religious Studies 110: An Introduction to World Religions; Religious Studies 215: Sociology of Religion; Religious Studies 225: Cults and New Religious Movements
  • Celtic Studies 131: Celtic Civilization I; Celtic Studies 132: Celtic Civilization II; Celtic Studies 332: The Scottish Gael in North America
  • English 240: Literature of the Middle East; English 247: Post-Colonial Literature
  • French 362: Acadian Language and Culture; French 363: French 363: Québécois Literature I: Révolution tranquille to the Present; Spanish 327: Spanish Language Cinema
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*Bolded courses below are Introductory Courses(100 course-level number) as listed above.

Anthropology

  • Anthropology 111: Introduction to Physical Anthropology/Archeology
  • Anthropology 112: Introduction to Socio-cultural Anthropology
  • Anthropology 223: Anthropology of Globalization
  • Anthropology 233: Ethnographic Studies
  • Anthropology 324: Anthropology of Gender
  • Anthropology 331: Anthropology and Indigenous Peoples
  • Anthropology 332: Mi’kmaq Studies

History

  • History 100: Western Civilization
  • History 110: Global History Since 1300
  • History 310: Canadian Immigration and Ethnic History
  • History 343: The Place of race in the United States
  • History 351: US Immigration and Ethnicity

Political Science

  • Political Science 100: Introduction to Political Science
  • Political Science 222: Canadian Politics II
  • Political Science 331: Comparative Nationalism
  • Political Science 335: Human Rights and International Justice
  • Political Science 344: Citizenship and Identity
  • Political Science 379: Third World/South-North Politics

Women’s and Gender Studies

  • WMGS 215: Race, Class, Gender, and Sex
  • WMGS 310: Gender
  • WMGS 311: Men and Masculinities
  • WMGS 324: Anthropology of Gender
  • WMGS 329: Studies in Women Writers: Feminisms and Their Literatures
  • WMGS 330: Studies in Women Writers: Genres, Cultures, and Contexts
  • WMGS 345: Women and Politics
  • WMGS 398: Themes in the History of Sexuality

Sociology

  • Sociology 100: Introduction to Sociology
  • Sociology 330: Sociology of First Peoples
  • Sociology 373: Irish Society

Religious Studies

  • Religious Studies 110: An Introduction to World Religions
  • Religious Studies 120: Religion, Spirituality, and Health
  • Religious Studies 200: Introduction to Religious Ethics
  • Religious Studies 215: Sociology of Religion
  • Religious Studies 225: Cults and New Religious Movements
  • Religious Studies 235: Introduction to Hinduism and Buddhism
  • Religious Studies 310: Religion in Modern India
  • Religious Studies 402: Religious Approaches to Sexual Diversity


Celtic Studies

  • Celtic Studies 131: Celtic Civilization I
  • Celtic Studies 132: Celtic Civilization II
  • Celtic Studies 221: Celtic Literature: Early Ireland
  • Celtic Studies 222: Celtic Literature: Early Wales
  • Celtic Studies 331: The Scottish Gael in Scotland
  • Celtic Studies 332: The Scottish Gael in North America

English

  • English 100: Introduction to Literature and Critical Writing
  • English 240: Literature of the Middle East
  • English 247: Post-Colonial Literature
  • English 263: Canadian Literature I: 18th and 19th Centuries

Modern Languages

  • French 115: French Language II
  • French 215: French Language III
  • French 361: Acadian Literature
  • French 362: Acadian Language and Culture
  • French 363: Québécois Literature I: Révolution tranquille to the Present
  • French 364: Québécois Literature II: Origins to the Révolution tranquille
  • Spanish 200: Spanish Language II
  • Spanish 325: Hispanic Civilization, 1800 to Present
  • Spanish 327: Spanish Language Cinema
  • Spanish 364: Spanish Literature from the Conquest to Modernity
  • Spanish 464: Spanish American Literature from Modernism to Postmodernism
     
Media and Creative Arts

Are you interested in a career in art, filmmaking, theatre, music and arts management, or journalism? StFX’s Media and Creative Arts Pathway can help to guide your way.

Either of the Suggested Majors, plus Art, Art History, Music, and Celtic Studies, could serve as a relevant Minor.

  • English 100: Introduction to Literature and Critical Writing
  • French 100: French Language I
  • French 110: French Language II
  • French 115: French Language III
  • Spanish 100: Spanish Language 100
  • Art 100: Drawing
  • Art 115: Introduction to Design
  • Art 141: History of Art I
  • Art 142: History of Art II
  • Music 101: Structure of Music I
  • Music 117: History of Popular Music
  • Music 118: World Music
  • Music 160: Jazz History


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  • English 209: Introduction to Film; English 231: Introduction to Creative Writing; English 318: Cultural Theory Through Popular Culture
  • French 318: Classical French Theatre; French 321: French Cinema; French 327: French Writing I; Spanish 327: Spanish Language Cinema
  • Art 115: Introduction to Design; Art 100: Drawing; Art 200: Painting; Art 202: Scenic Design; Art 231: Etching Studio I; Art 255: Watercolour – Techniques and Approaches
  • Music 117: History of Popular Music; Music 118: World Music; Music 235: Music Technology; Music 375: Contemporary Song Writing I
  • Celtic Studies 253: Gaelic Music and Dance; Celtic Studies 351: Folklore of Gaelic Ireland
  • Philosophy 281: Aesthetics
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*Bolded courses below are Introductory Courses(100 course-level number) as listed above.

English

  • English 100: Introduction to Literature and Critical Writing
  • English 209: Introduction to Film
  • English 231: Introduction to Creative Writing
  • English 250: Survey of 20th-Century Literature in English
  • English 318: Cultural Theory Through Popular Culture
  • English 322: Intermediate Creative Writing
  • English 422: Advanced Creative Writing
  • (submission of portfolio required for all creative writing courses)

Modern Languages

  • French 100: French Language I
  • French 110: French Language II
  • French 115: French Language III
  • Spanish 100: Spanish Language 100
  • French 216: Survey of French Literature
  • French 318: Classical French Theatre
  • French 321: French Cinema
  • French 333: 20th-Century French Literature I
  • French 334: 20th-Century French Literature II
  • Spanish 327: Spanish Language Cinema
  • Spanish 364: Spanish Literature from the Middle Ages to the Enlightenment
  • Spanish 374: Spanish American Literature from the Conquest to Modernity
  • Spanish 464: Spanish American Literature from Modernism to Postmodernism

Art

  • Art 100: Drawing
  • Art 115: Introduction to Design
  • Art 141: History of Art I
  • Art 142: History of Art II
  • Art 200: Painting
  • Art 255: Watercolour: Techniques and Approaches
  • Art 258: Impressionism
  • Art 260: 20th Century: Modern Art
  • Art 261: Contemporary Art
  • Art 320: Painting II
  • Art 363: Advanced Drawing I
  • Art 364: Advanced Drawing II
  • Art 371: Italian Renaissance Art I
  • Art 373: Italian Renaissance Art II

Music

  • Music 101: Structure of Music I
  • Music 117: History of Popular Music
  • Music 118: World Music
  • Music 160: Jazz History
  • Music 201: Structure of Music II
  • Music 235: Music Technology
  • Music 315: History of Music I
  • Music 316: History of Music II
  • Music 375: Contemporary Song Writing I
  • Music 376: Contemporary Song Writing II

Celtic Studies

  • Celtic Studies 253: Gaelic Music and Dance
  • Celtic Studies 351: Folklore of Gaelic Ireland
  • Celtic Studies 352: Folklore of Gaelic Scotland and Nova Scotia
  • Celtic Studies 431: Irish Gaelic Poetry I
  • Celtic Studies 432: Irish Gaelic Poetry II

Philosophy

  • Philosophy 281: Aesthetics

 

 

Indigenous Studies

Are you interested in a career in traditional resource management, aboriginal public policy, or first-nations community development? StFX’s Indigenous Studies Pathway can help to get you there.

Economics, English, Religious Studies, Women’s and Gender Studies, Philosophy, or any of the suggested Majors could also serve as a relevant minor.

  • Anthropology 111: Introduction to Physical Anthropology/Archeology
  • Anthropology 112: Introduction to Socio-cultural Anthropology
  • Aquatic Resources 100: Introduction to Aquatic Resources I: Natural Science Applications
  • Aquatic Resources 200: Introduction to Aquatic Resources II: Social Science Applications
  • Celtic Studies 131: Celtic Civilization I
  • Celtic Studies 132: Celtic Civilization II
  • Development Studies 201: Introduction to International Development: the Global South
  • Economics 101: Introductory Microeconomics
  • Economics 102: Introductory Macroeconomic
  • English 100: Introduction to Literature and Critical Writing
  • History 100: Western Civilization
  • History 110: Global History Since 1300
  • French 115: French Language II
  • French 361: Acadian Literature
  • Modern Languages Spanish 100: Spanish Language I
  • Modern Languages Spanish 200: Spanish Language II
  • Philosophy 100: Introductory Philosophy
  • Political Science 100: Introduction to Political Science
  • Religious Studies 100: Introduction to Christianity
  • WMGS 100: Introduction to Women’s and Gender Studies
  • Sociology 100: Introduction to Sociology

 

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  • Anthropology 331: Anthropology and Indigenous Peoples; Anthropology 332: Mi’kmaq Studies: Advanced Critical Issues in Indigenous Anthropology; Anthropology 415: Anthropology of HIV/AIDS; Anthropology 435: Advanced Indigenous Issues; Anthropology 425: Power and Change.
  • Aquatic Resources 200: Introduction to Aquatic Resources II: Social Science Applications; Aquatic Resources 325: Aquatic Resources Field Camp; Aquatic Resources 400: Work Experience / Student Internship.
  • Development Studies 202: Introduction to International Development Studies in Canada; Development Studies 311: Issues in Development Practice; Development Studies 312: Internship in Development Practice; Development Studies 405: Community-Based Development: Strategies and Practice.
  • History 110: Global History Since 1300; History 213: A History of Canada: Pre-Confederation; History 255: History of Colonial Latin America.
  • Political Science 341: Canadian Public Administration; Political Science 342: Canadian Public Policy; Political Science 346: The Politics of Resource Management.
  • Sociology 290: Social Inequality; Sociology 330: Sociology of First Peoples; Sociology 436: Sociology of Fear, Identity and Politics.
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*Bolded courses below are Introductory Courses(100 course-level number) as listed above.

Anthropology

  • Anthropology 111: Introduction to Physical Anthropology / Archaeology
  • Anthropology 112: Introduction to Socio-cultural Anthropology
  • Anthropology 218: Anthropology of Health and Illness
  • Anthropology 243: Principles of Archaeology & Prehistoric Societies
  • Anthropology 310: Anthropology of Tourism
  • Anthropology 320: Anthropology of Development
  • Anthropology 331: Anthropology and Indigenous Peoples
  • Anthropology 332: Mi’kmaq Studies: Advanced Critical Issues in Indigenous Anthropology
  • Anthropology 341: North American Archaeology
  • Anthropology 415: Anthropology of HIV/AIDS
  • Anthropology 435: Advanced Indigenous Issues

Aquatic Resources

  • Aquatic Resources 100: Introduction to Aquatic Resources I: Natural Science Applications
  • Aquatic Resources 200: Introduction to Aquatic Resources II: Social Science Applications
  • Aquatic Resources 325: Aquatic Resources Field Camp
  • Aquatic Resources 400: Work Experience / Student Internship

Celtic Studies

  • Celtic Studies 131: Celtic Civilization I
  • Celtic Studies 132: Celtic Civilization II
  • Celtic Studies 332: The Scottish Gael in North America

Development Studies

  • Development Studies 201: Introduction to International Development: the Global South
  • Development Studies 202: Introduction to International Development: Canada
  • Development Studies 302: Globalization and Development
  • Development Studies 303: Topics in Globalization and Development
  • Development Studies 311: Issues in Development Practice
  • Development Studies 405: Community-Based Development: Strategies and Practice

Economics

  • Economics 101: Introductory Microeconomics
  • Economics 102: Introductory Macroeconomic
  • Economics 211: Local and Community Development Economics
  • Economics 281: Environmental Economics
  • Economics 381: Natural Resource Economics

English

  • English 100: Introduction to Literature and Critical Writing
  • English 247: Postcolonial Literature
  • English 264: Canadian Literature II: The 20th Century and After
  • English 365: Canadian Prose Genres

History

  • History 100: Western Civilization
  • History 110: Global History Since 1300
  • History 213: A History of Canada: Pre-Confederation
  • History 215: A History of Canada: Post-Confederation
  • History 255: History of Colonial Latin America
  • History 303: The Working Class in Early Canadian Society
  • History 304: The Working Class in Modern Canada
  • History 355: The Sixties: A Social History

Modern Languages

  • French 115: French Language II
  • French 361: Acadian Literature
  • Modern Languages Spanish 100: Spanish Language I
  • Modern Languages Spanish 200: Spanish Language II
  • Modern Languages Spanish 315: Hispanic Civilization to 1800
  • Modern Languages Spanish 325: Hispanic Civilization, 1800 to Present
  • Modern Languages Spanish 374: Spanish American Literature from the Conquest to
    Modernity
  • Modern Languages Spanish 464: Spanish American Literature from Modernism to Postmodernism

Philosophy

  • Philosophy 100: Introductory Philosophy
  • Philosophy 371: Social and Political Philosophy

Political Science

  • Political Science 100: Introduction to Political Science
  • Political Science 215: Comparative Politics of Latin America
  • Political Science 321: Federalism
  • Political Science 335: Human Rights and International Justice
  • Political Science 343: Law and Politics
  • Political Science 346: The Politics of Resource Management

Religious Studies

  • Religious Studies 100: Introduction to Christianity
  • Religious Studies 120: Religion, Spirituality and Health
     

Women’s and Gender Studies

  • WMGS 100: Introduction to Women’s and Gender Studies
  • WMGS 303: Feminist Theory
  • WMGS 364: Social Justice and Health

Sociology

  • Sociology 100: Introduction to Sociology
  • Sociology 290: Social Inequality
  • Sociology 312: Social Movements
  • Sociology 312: Sociology of Atlantic Canada
  • Sociology 330: Sociology of First Peoples
  • Sociology 435: Sociology of Surveillance and Social Control
  • Sociology 436: Sociology of Fear, Identity and Politics
     
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