A Minor in Canadian Studies shall consist of 24 credit hours as follows:
a) Five courses (15 credit hours) from the following list from at least four different disciplines:
- English 2146. Canadian Prose after 1949.
- English 2156. Canadian Short Stories.
- French 1502. Introductory University French III.
- French 2601. Reading Skills.
- French 2602. Reading Complete Texts.
- History 2200. Canadian History: 1497-1867.
- History 2210. Canada Since 1867.
- Political Science 1010. Canadian Political Problems.
- Political Science 2710. Introduction to Canadian Politics I.
- Political Science 2711. Introduction to Canadian Politics II.
- Sociology/Anthropology 2240. Canadian Society and Culture.
b) Three additional courses (9 credit hours) from the following list from at least two different disciplines:
- Art History 3710. Canadian Art to 1900.
- Art History 3711. 20th Century Canadian Art.
- English 3145. Canadian Fiction to 1949.
- English 3147. Canadian Poetry to 1949.
- English 3148. Canadian Poetry after 1949.
- English 3149. Canadian Prose.
- English 4307. Contemporary Canadian Drama.
- English 4825-35. Special Topics in Canadian Literature.
- Folklore 4300. Folklore of Canada
- History 2120. The History of Canadian-American Relations, 1783 to the
- History 3520/Anthropology 3520. The Early Ethnohistory of North America’s
- History 3525/Anthropology 3525. The Later Ethnohistory of North America’s
- History 4254. Special Topics in Canadian History: A History of Social Welfare.
- Political Science 3731. Environmental Policy.
- Sociology 3395. Criminal Justice and Corrections.
Note: A student may not use the same course to satisfy the requirements for both a Major and a Minor.
Note: The Canadian Studies Minor can be used as an eight course “teachable” in the Bachelor of Education (Intermediate/Secondary) Degree Program at Memorial University.