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9.9 ACADEMIC PROGRAMS IN ARTS

9.9.3 BACHELOR OF FRANCOPHONE STUDIES (BFS)

Program offered through the Institut français. Refer to §9.19

9.9.4 BACHELOR OF HEALTH STUDIES (BHS)

Details of the Bachelor of Health Studies (BHS) can be found in 9.22.

9.9.5 BACHELOR OF HUMAN JUSTICE (BHJ)

Details of the Bachelor of Human Justice (BHJ) program can be found in 9.31.

9.9.6 BACHELOR OF ARTS IN JOURNALISM (BAJ) / BACHELOR OF JOURNALISM (BJ)

The BA in Journalism is a four-year program requiring 120 hours of credit. The program consists of two stages of two years each. The first stage is designated pre-Journalism. After completion of the first stage students must apply for admission to the final two years offered by the School of Journalism.

The Bachelor of Journalism is a two-year program designed for students with a previous degree who seek a specialization in journalism.

For admission requirements and details of the program, refer to School of Journalism information in 9.30.

9.9.7 BACHELOR OF ARTS IN POLICE STUDIES (BAPS)

The BA in Police Studies is a four-year program requiring 120 hours of credit. The program consists of two stages. The first stage is three years (90 credit hours) of pre-police studies. Admission to the second stage of the program is competitive as students must first secure employment with a police service. They then complete a final year (30 credit hours) of professional training. Refer to 9.31.6.

9.9.7 BACHELOR OF ARTS IN RESOURCE AND ENVIRONMENTAL STUDIES (BARES)

The Bachelor of Arts in Resource and Environmental Studies is a joint program with SIAST, Woodland Campus and First Nations University of Canada.

Completion of the SIAST, Woodland Campus, Resource and Environmental Law Diploma is required for admission to this program. Students will be granted 60 credit hours of block transfer credit for completion of the SIAST diploma. The remaining 60credit hours must be completed at the University of Regina.

9.9.9 ADVANCED CERTIFICATE IN ARTS (ACA)

The Advanced Certificate in Arts provides the equivalent of a four-year BA degree to holders of a 3-year BA from the University of Regina or another approved university. The Advanced Certificate in Arts may be in a major different than that of the underlying BA program.

Students must complete at least 30 credit hours in addition to the courses in the three-year BA, including any remaining requirements of their chosen major. Students whose BA is from another university must complete at least 15 credit hours in the major subject as part of the certificate.

Each student's program must be approved by the head of the department offering the major. The certificate requires the same graduating GPAs (calculated on the aggregate of degree and certificate courses) as the BA degree.

 

 

 


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