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9.9 ACADEMIC PROGRAMS IN ARTS

DEGREES

Bachelor of Arts (BA), 9.9.1
Bachelor of Arts Honours (BAHons), 9.9.2
Bachelor of Francophone Studies* §9.9.8
Bachelor of Health Studies •° (BHS) 9.22
Bachelor of Human Justice (BHJ), 9.31.3
BA in Journalism (BAJ), 9.30
Bachelor of Journalism (BJ), 9.30
BA in Police Studies (BAPS), 9.31
BA in Resource & Environmental Studies •† 9.9.7

CERTIFICATES

Advanced Certificates:

Arts 9.9.9 Justice Studies 9.9.11
Criminal and Restorative Justice (CPS) §9.9.10 Police Studies §9.9.12

Bachelor of Arts Honours Certificate, 9.9.13

Certificates:
Chinese 9.28 Intercultural Leadership • 9.27
Economics 9.16 International Studies 9.29
French * 9.20 Japanese 9.28
German 9.28 Liberal Arts §9.32
Indian Communication Arts • 9.24 Spanish §9.28
DIPLOMA
Liberal Arts §9.32
MAJORS

Anthropology 9.12
Arts and Culture §9.13
Chinese 9.28
Cree Language Studies • 9.25
Cree Language Oracy • §9.25
Cree Language Literacy • §9.25
Economics 9.16
Economics and Society 9.16
English 9.17
Environmental Studies §9.18
French 9.20
Geography 9.21
German 9.28
History 9.23
Indigenous Studies • 9.26
International Studies 9.29
Japanese 9.28
Linguistics • 9.25
Justice Studies 9.31
Philosophy 9.33
Political Science 9.34
Prairie Studies §9.35
Psychology 9.36
Religious Studies 9.37
Saulteaux Language Studies • 9.25
Saulteaux Language Oracy • §9.25
Saulteaux Language Literacy • §9.25
Sociology 9.40
Spanish 9.28
Urban History 9.23
Women's Studies 9.41

COMBINED MAJORS

Economics and Business Administration 9.16
Economics and Geography 9.16, 9.21
Economics and History 9.16, 9.23

MINORS

Catholic Studies ¤ 9.15
Classical Studies 9.33
Chinese Studies 9.28
Dakota Language Studies §9.25.6
Dene Language Studies §9.25.7
Kinesiology §9.9.1.4
Nakota Language Studies • 9.25
Science & Technology Studies 9.37

Most subjects listed as majors and those offered by the Faculties of Fine Arts and Science are available as minors. Exceptions are Economics and Society, International Studies, Justice Studies and Urban History.

PRE-PROFESSIONAL PROGRAMS

Pre-professional programs for University of Regina degrees:

  • Pre-Journalism 9.30
  • Pre-Police Studies 9.31

For information on transfer and qualifying programs for degrees offered by other universities (e.g. pre-medicine, pre-law, pre-occupational therapy, pre-pharmacy, etc.) refer to 19.

Offered jointly with:

¤ Campion College
• First Nations University of Canada.
* Institut franais
° Faculty of Kinesiology & Health Studies
◊ Faculty of Education
† SIAST

Program outlines are available on the web at www.arts.uregina.ca/current-students.

 

 

 


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