Academic Calendar Fall 2018

Arts


English language proficiency requirements

Students registering in post-secondary level courses (numbered 100 to 499) will be required to meet the English language entrance proficiency requirements. Students in ELS or the University Foundations programs can register in those courses identified in the University Foundations program with lower levels of language proficiency.

Please note that not all courses are offered every semester.

ARTS 100

9 credits

Home and the World: An Interdisciplinary Introduction to University Studies

Prerequisite(s): Admission to BA degree program, plus the prerequisites for ENGL 105.

In this interdisciplinary course, instructors guide you in exploring a theme from a range of perspectives: practical and theoretical, imaginative and analytical, contemporary and historical, global and local. The lectures, seminars, and tutorials in ARTS 100 will help you to develop skills in critical reading, research, writing, and participation in dialogue.
ARTS 100 may include field trips.
Note: This course meets the writing and the reasoning requirement for the Bachelor of Arts and the Liberal Arts Diploma. It is worth 9 credits, the equivalent of 3 courses. In determining maximum permissible course loads, ARTS 100 will count as 3 courses.

ARTS 101

2 credits

BA Portfolio I

Prerequisite(s): Admission to the Bachelor of Arts program.

An introduction to reflective and integrative learning through an ePortfolio. Learning activities will include goal setting, academic planning, and reflection on learning.

Note: This course runs for the equivalent of seven weeks, with an online tutorial added as a mandatory component.

Note: This course must be completed within 30 credits of admission to the BA.

ARTS 201

1 credit

BA Portfolio II

Prerequisite(s): 30 university-level credits including ARTS 101.

A continuation of the BA Outcomes ePortfolio. Students will submit their ePortfolios for feedback and participate in workshops.

Note: This course must be completed within 60 credits of admission to the BA.

ARTS 280

3 credits

Practicum/Internship I

Prerequisite(s): 45 university-level credits, departmental permission, and Dean of Arts or designate permission. Note: As of January 2019, prerequisites will change to the following: 45 university-level credits, a CGPA of 2.67, departmental permission, and Dean of Arts or designate permission.

This course gives students the opportunity to apply classroom learning in a domestic or international practicum or internship.

Note: Students should approach a department head or program chair to learn the process.
Note: This course will be offered under different letter designations (e.g. C-Z). The course may be repeated for credit twice, provided the letter designation differs.

ARTS 301

1 credit

BA Portfolio III

Prerequisite(s): 60 university-level credits including ARTS 201.

A continuation of the BA Outcomes ePortfolio. Students will submit their ePortfolios for feedback and participate in workshops.

Note: This course must be completed within 90 credits of admission to the BA.

ARTS 380

3 credits

Practicum/Internship II

Prerequisite(s): 60 university-level credits, a CGPA of 2.67, departmental permission, and Dean of Arts or designate permission.

This course gives students the opportunity to apply classroom and disciplinary learning in a domestic or international practicum or internship.

Note: Students should approach a department head or program chair to learn the process.
Note: This course will be offered under different letter designations (e.g. C-Z). The course may be repeated for credit twice, provided the letter designation differs.

ARTS 401

2 credits

BA Portfolio IV

Prerequisite(s): 90 university-level credits including ARTS 301.

Final submission and presentation of the BA Outcomes ePortfolio.

ARTS 480

9 credits

Practicum/Internship III

Prerequisite(s): 75 university-level credits including (one of ARTS 280, ARTS 380, CRIM 281, GDS 210, GDS 310, GDS 311, GEOG/SOC 396, GEOG/SOC 398, GEOG 412, GEOG 460, HIST 401, SPAN 280, SPAN 281, SPAN 380, or SPAN 381), a CGPA of 2.67, departmental permission, and Dean of Arts or designate permission.

This course gives students the opportunity to apply classroom and disciplinary learning in a domestic or international practicum or internship.

Note: Students should approach a department head or program chair to learn the process.

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