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9.35 PRAIRIE STUDIES PROGRAM

9.35.0 Faculty

9.35.1 BA Major in Prairie Studies

9.35.2 Areas for Prairie Studies Majors

 

9.35.0 FACULTY

Bernard D. Thraves, BA (Belfast), MA, PhD (Manitoba), Associate Professor and Head of Geography and Coordinator of Prairie Studies

 

9.35.1 BA MAJOR IN PRAIRIE STUDIES

Credit hours BA in Prairie Studies program, required courses
Requirements leading to senior level courses in the Prairie Studies program
3.0 ENGL 100
3.0 ENGL 110
3.0 One course in logic or math
3.0

Two courses in the same language
(choose from Cree or Saulteaux – see Group VI – Indigenous Language)

3.0
3.0 INDG 100
3.0 PSCI 100
3.0 An introductory course in Canadian History. Any of HIST 101, 102, 103 or 111 will satisfy this requirement.
3.0 One course from the ‘Natural Sciences’ with a laboratory
3.0 One course from ‘List A’ (Humanities)
3.0 One course from ‘Fine Arts’
33.0 Subtotal: Program requirements
Major requirements
3.0 GEOG 100
3.0 PRST 200
3.0 PRST 400**
3.0 Two of Group I (Prairie Geography)**
3.0
3.0 Two of Group II (Prairie History)**
3.0
3.0 Two of Group III (Indigenous Studies)**
3.0
3.0

Two of Group IV (Literature and Art)**

3.0
3.0

Two of Group V (Prairie Society and Politics)**

3.0
3.0 One of Group I-VII**
3.0 One of Group I-VII**
3.0 One of Group I-VII**
3.0 One of Group I-VII**
3.0 One of Group I-VII**
3.0 One of Group I-VII**
3.0 One of Group I-VII**
3.0 One of Group I-VII**
3.0 One course in Statistical Methods**
66.0 Subtotal: 65% major GPA required
** Interdisciplinary major. At least three courses in the major must be at the 300-level or higher.
3.0 Seven additional electives
3.0
3.0
3.0
3.0
3.0
3.0
120.0 Total: 60% PGPA required
A maximum of 14 introductory level courses is permitted.  Refer to §9.7.4.

 

9.35.2 AREAS FOR PRAIRIE STUDIES MAJORS

Group I: Prairie Geography

U of R courses
GEOG 221, 310, 321, 328, 491AB
U of S courses
GEOG 202, 204, 280, 343, 351, 381

Group II: Prairie History

U of R courses
HIST 316, 318, 330, 411, 412, 413, 414
U of S courses
HIST 257, 258, 364, 460

Group III: Indigenous Studies

U of R courses
INDG 101, 208,210, 215, 216, 218, 221, 424
U of S courses
NS 105, 106, 260, 263, 350, 440, 450

Group IV: Literature & Art

U of R courses
INAH 100, 202, 204, 301
U of S courses
ARTH 252, FR 350, ENG 342, 358, 359

Group V: Prairie Society & Politics

U of R courses
JS 311, 350, PSCI 338, 360, 431, SOC 217
U of S courses
IPJP 402, 403, POLS 222, 305, 306, 323, SOC 204, 219

Group VI: Indigenous Language

U of R courses
Any CREE or SAUL course
U of S courses
CREE 101, 120

Group VII: Other Prairie courses

U of R courses
BIOL 372, ECON 212, 372, GEOL 102, JS 210
U of S courses
AGRC 111, 112, ANTH 224, ARCH 350, 353, BIOL 253, ECON 231, FREN 103, 106, 125, 128, GEOL 108, 109, GERM 114, 117, RUS 114, 117, SOC 110, UKR 114, 117

 

 

 


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