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These courses are available for Challenge for Credit unless otherwise noted in the syllabus.

The following courses are in the Humanities and Social Science areas of study. They can be used to fulfill Arts requirements.

These courses are available for Challenge for Credit unless otherwise noted in the syllabus.

English - ENGL (34 courses)

ENGL 211 Prose Forms 3 credits
ENGL 212 Poetry and Plays 3 credits
ENGL 255 Introductory Composition 3 credits
ENGL 302 Introduction to Canadian Literature 6 credits
ENGL 303 A History of Drama - Part I: Early Stages 3 credits
ENGL 304 A History of Drama - Part II: Modernist Theatre 3 credits
ENGL 305 Literature for Children 6 credits
ENGL 306 The Literature of Work 3 credits
ENGL 307 Women in Literature 3 credits
ENGL 308 Native Literature in Canada 3 credits
ENGL 316 Approaches to Literary Theory and Criticism 3 credits
ENGL 324 Shakespeare I 3 credits
ENGL 325 Shakespeare II 3 credits
ENGL 341 World Literature 6 credits
ENGL 344 American Literature I 3 credits
ENGL 345 American Literature II 3 credits
ENGL 351 Comparative Canadian Literature I 3 credits
ENGL 353 Intermediate Composition 3 credits
ENGL 361 Literature of the Harlem Renaissance 3 credits
ENGL 373 Film and Literature 3 credits
ENGL 381 Creative Writing in Prose 3 credits
ENGL 384 Writing Creative Non-fiction 3 credits
ENGL 387 Writing Speculative Fiction 3 credits
ENGL 393 The Early Twentieth-Century English Novel 3 credits
ENGL 395 The Nineteenth-Century English Novel 6 credits
ENGL 401 The Faust Theme 3 credits
ENGL 423 Advanced Literary Theory 3 credits
ENGL 431 Canadian Drama 3 credits
ENGL 433 Post-Colonial Literatures 6 credits
ENGL 458 The Latin American Novel 3 credits
ENGL 475 Literature and Hypertext 3 credits
ENGL 482 Advanced Fiction Writing 3 credits
ENGL 491 Directed Studies in Literature 3 credits
ENGL 492 Research and Writing Projects in Literature 3 credits

History - HIST (48 courses)

HIST 201 Western Thought and Culture I: Before the Reformation 3 credits
HIST 202 Western Thought and Culture II: Since the Reformation 3 credits
HIST 203 A Survey of Western Art I: Looking at Art from Ancient Times to the Middle Ages 3 credits
HIST 204 A Survey of Western Art II: Looking at Art from the Renaissance to Present Day 3 credits
HIST 205 Africa in the World - Between the Atlantic Slave Trade and the Postcolonial World 3 credits
HIST 209 A History of the World in the Twentieth Century: I 3 credits
HIST 210 A History of the World in the Twentieth Century: II 3 credits
HIST 215 Europe: Ancient to Early Modern 3 credits
HIST 216 Europe, 1618-1939: From the Thirty Years’ War to the Age of Dictators 3 credits
HIST 224 History of Canada to 1867 3 credits
HIST 225 History of Canada, 1867 to the Present 3 credits
HIST 235 History of the United States, Civil War to Present 3 credits
HIST 304 Historic Britain: Land, People and Politics from Prehistory to the Augustan Age 3 credits
HIST 309 Ancient Greece 3 credits
HIST 312 Ancient Rome 3 credits
HIST 313 Early Christians 3 credits
HIST 326 Contemporary Canada: Canada After 1945 3 credits
HIST 327 Imperial Russia 3 credits
HIST 328 History of Canadian Social Policy 3 credits
HIST 330 Social History of Canada: European Contact to Early Industrialization 3 credits
HIST 331 Social History of Canada: Early Industrialization to Contemporary Canada 3 credits
HIST 335 Global Labour History 3 credits
HIST 336 History of Canadian Labour 6 credits
HIST 338 History of the Canadian West 6 credits
HIST 360 Gender and Consumer Culture Since 1700 3 credits
HIST 363 The Women's West: Women and Canadian Frontier Settlement 3 credits
HIST 365 Girls and Women in Urban Canada, 1880 to 1940 3 credits
HIST 367 World War II 3 credits
HIST 368 History of Canada's First Nations to 1830 3 credits
HIST 369 History of Canada's First Nations from 1830 3 credits
HIST 370 The Métis 3 credits
HIST 371 Early Medieval Europe, 400-1000 3 credits
HIST 372 High Medieval Europe, 1000-1350 3 credits
HIST 373 The Renaissance 3 credits
HIST 381 Modern China 3 credits
HIST 382 Contemporary China 3 credits
HIST 383 The Vikings 3 credits
HIST 384 Europe Since 1945 3 credits
HIST 390 The Historian's Craft 3 credits
HIST 404 Historical Foundations of Modern Science 3 credits
HIST 407 The Enlightenment 3 credits
HIST 426 Contemporary Canada: Canada After 1945 3 credits
HIST 455 Canada and the Bomb: Canada and the World in the Cold War 3 credits
HIST 460 Famous Feminists and Their Times: Global History of Feminism 3 credits
HIST 470 Pre-Industrial Origins of Labour and Socialist Thought 3 credits
HIST 486 The Industrial Revolution 3 credits
HIST 491 Directed Studies in North American History 3 credits
HIST 492 Special Project in European History 3 credits

Psychology - PSYC (45 courses)

PSYC 200 Introduction to Career Development 3 credits
PSYC 210 Experiential Learning in the Celebration of Diversity 3 credits
PSYC 228 Introduction to Human Development 3 credits
PSYC 289 Psychology as a Natural Science 3 credits
PSYC 290 General Psychology 3 credits
PSYC 300 Theories of Career Development 3 credits
PSYC 304 Research Methods in Psychology 3 credits
PSYC 310 Learning and Instruction 3 credits
PSYC 315 Psychology and the Mass Media 3 credits
PSYC 323 Developmental Psychology 3 credits
PSYC 333 Sensation and Perception 3 credits
PSYC 340 Introduction to Applied Social Psychology 3 credits
PSYC 345 The Psychology of Women 3 credits
PSYC 347 Introduction to Feminist Counselling 3 credits
PSYC 350 Adolescent Psychology 3 credits
PSYC 355 Cognitive Psychology 3 credits
PSYC 356 Introduction to Personality Theories and Issues 3 credits
PSYC 365 Behaviour Modification Principles 3 credits
PSYC 375 History of Psychology 3 credits
PSYC 379 Social Psychology 3 credits
PSYC 381 The Psychology of Adult Development 3 credits
PSYC 387 Learning 3 credits
PSYC 388 Introduction to Counselling 3 credits
PSYC 389 Learning Disabilities: Issues and Interventions 3 credits
PSYC 395 Forensic Psychology 3 credits
PSYC 400 Teaching and Managing the Child with Learning Difficulties 6 credits
PSYC 401 Learning Through Life 3 credits
PSYC 402 Biological Psychology 3 credits
PSYC 405 Creating A Working Alliance 3 credits
PSYC 406 Introduction to Theories of Counselling and Psychotherapy 3 credits
PSYC 418 Special Projects in Psychology 3 credits
PSYC 426 Psychology of Families and Parenting 3 credits
PSYC 432 Psychology and the Built Environment 3 credits
PSYC 433 Career Development Culminating Research Paper 3 credits
PSYC 435 Abnormal Psychology 3 credits
PSYC 441 Experiential Learning and Reflective Practice I 3 credits
PSYC 442 Experiential Learning and Reflective Practice II 3 credits
PSYC 443 Special Projects in Career Development I 3 credits
PSYC 444 Special Projects In Career Development II 3 credits
PSYC 450 Drugs and Behaviour 3 credits
PSYC 460 Practicum in Career Development 3 credits
PSYC 469 Principles of Psychological Assessment 3 credits
PSYC 470 Consultation and Collaboration for Students with Special Needs 3 credits
PSYC 471 Managing Behavioural Problems in the Classroom 3 credits
PSYC 476 Assistive Technology for Students with Special Needs 3 credits

Sociology - SOCI (28 courses)

These courses are available for Challenge for Credit unless otherwise noted in the syllabus.

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