Electives without prerequisites

To meet the requirements of your program of study, you need to take a certain number of elective units (credits), which you can choose from all the disciplines offered by the University. Electives without prerequisites are courses that do not require you to have passed any other university course in order for you to enrol.

Electives without prerequisites give you the opportunity to explore other disciplines that interest you. For example, you could enrol in a biology course from this list if you are studying in the Faculty of Arts.

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Electives without prerequisites by faculty

The electives without prerequisites are sorted by faculty, then by discipline. Select a faculty that interests you to see all the disciplines and courses offered.

Faculty of Arts

Modern language courses (Arabic, Chinese, German, Italian, Japanese, Polish, Portuguese, Spanish, and Russian):Information Icon Modern language courses are included in the list of electives without prerequisites offered by the Faculty of Arts. If you have no prior knowledge of the language you wish to study, just enrol in the Elementary I level course. If you have prior knowledge of the language, follow the enrolment process for modern language courses, which includes a placement test. To avoid delays when you register, complete the online placement test as early as possible, before the enrolment period begins.

English or French as a second language courses:
Students from all faculties who wish to improve their language proficiency in English or French can enrol in English as a second language (ESL) and French as a second language (FLS) courses, which range from beginner to high-advanced levels. To enrol in a second-language course, follow the Official Languages and Bilingualism Institute (OLBI) procedures.

AHL — Interdisciplinary Study in Arts
  • AHL1100 Introduction to interdisciplinary study in the Arts

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ALG — German Language and Culture
  • ALG1100 Road Map to the Culture of the German-Speaking Countries
  • ALG1901 Cours élémentaire d'allemand I / Elementary German I
  • ALG2300 Masterpieces of German Literature in Translation
  • ALG2500 Thèmes choisis en culture allemande

To see the course description, please consult the Programs and courses website.

ARB — Arabic Language and Culture
  • ARB1911 Cours élémentaire d’arabe I / Elementary Arabic I
  • ARB2101 Arabic Culture I
  • ARB2102 Arabic Culture II
  • ARB3901 Introduction à la littérature arabe / Introduction to Arabic Literature

To see the course description, please consult the Programs and courses website.

ART — Visual Arts
  • ART1305 Art and Image

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CDN — Canadian Studies
  • CDN1100 Introduction to Canadian Studies
  • CDN1300 Introduction to Jewish Canadian Studies
  • CDN3383 Jewish Canadian Writers

To see the course description, please consult the Programs and courses website.

CHN — Chinese
  • CHN1901 Cours élémentaire de chinois I / Introduction to Chinese I

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CIN — Film Studies
  • CIN2101 History of Cinema I : 1895-1960
  • CIN2501 Histoire du cinéma I : 1895-1960

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CLA — Classical Studies
  • CLA1101 Greek Civilization
  • CLA1102 Roman Civilization
  • CLA1501 La civilisation grecque
  • CLA1502 La civilisation romaine
  • CLA2101 The Beginnings of Greek Civilization
  • CLA2102 Athens, Persia and Sparta
  • CLA2103 The Republic
  • CLA2104 The Early Empire
  • CLA2110 Archaeological Methods and Techniques
  • CLA2120 Greek Art
  • CLA2130 Introduction to Greek Literature
  • CLA2144 Theatre History I: From Ritual to Profession
  • CLA2323 Greek Mythology
  • CLA2335 Western Europe from the 5th to the 15th Century
  • CLA2380 Greek philosophy or the Birth of Philosophy
  • CLA2503 La République
  • CLA2504 Le Haut-empire
  • CLA2510 Méthodes et techniques en archéologie
  • CLA2522 La sagesse grecque
  • CLA2531 Introduction à littérature latine
  • CLA2544 Histoire du théâtre I : du théâtre rituel au théâtre professionnel
  • CLA2545 Histoire du théâtre I : du théâtre rituel au théâtre professionnel
  • CLA2723 La mythologie grecque
  • CLA2735 L’Occident du cinquième au quinzième siècle
  • CLA2780 La Philosophie grecque ou la naissance de la philosophie
  • CLA3130 Topics in Greek and Latin Literature in Translation
  • CLA3510 Thèmes choisis en histoire ancienne I
  • CLA3530 Thèmes choisis en littérature grecque et latine en traduction

To see the course description, please consult the Programs and courses website.

CLT — Celtic Studies
  • CLT1100 Scottish Gaelic Language and Culture I
  • CLT1110 Irish Language and Culture I
  • CLT1132 Introduction to the Celtic World
  • CLT2110 The Music of the Celtic Peoples
  • CLT2130 Early Celtic Literature
  • CLT2150 Celtic Christianity
  • CLT3330 - Special Topics in Celtic Studies

To see the course description, please consult the Programs and courses website.

CMN — Communication
  • CMN1148 Introduction to Organizational Communication
  • CMN1160 Introduction to Media Studies
  • CMN1548 Introduction à la communication organisationnelle
  • CMN1560 Introduction à l’étude des médias
  • CMN2168 Globalization and Communication
  • CMN2173 Advertising and Society
  • CMN2180 Popular Culture and Communication
  • CMN2181 Intercultural Communication
  • CMN2568 Mondialisation et communication
  • CMN2573 Publicité et société
  • CMN2580 Culture populaire et communication
  • CMN2581 Communication interculturelle
  • CMN3104 Women and the Media
  • CMN3133 Political Communication
  • CMN3144 Public Relations
  • CMN3155 Public Opinion
  • CMN3165 Media Industries
  • CMN3504 Femmes et médias
  • CMN3533 Politique et médias
  • CMN3544 -Relations publiques
  • CMN3555 Opinion publique
  • CMN3565 Industries des médias
  • CMN3574 Techniques publicitaires

To see the course description, please consult the Programs and courses website.

DHN – Digital Humanities
  • DHN1100 Arts and Digital Humanities
  • DHN1500 Arts et sciences humaines numériques

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DLS – Second-Language Teaching
  • DLS1100 Introduction to Second Language Teaching I
  • DLS1500 Introduction à la didactique des langues secondes I

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EAS — Aboriginal Studies
  • EAS1101 Introduction to Aboriginal Societies and Cultures
  • EAS1501 Introduction aux sociétés et cultures autochtones
  • EAS2101 Colonialism and Indigenous Peoples
  • EAS2501 Colonialisme et peuples autochtones
  • EAS3503 Spiritualités autochtones dans les Amériques

To see the course description, please consult the Programs and courses website.

ELA — Latin American Studies
  • ELA1502 Cultures de l’Amérique latine I
  • ELA2102 Latin American Cultures II

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ENG — English
  • ENG1100 Workshop in Essay Writing
  • ENG1112 Technical Report Writing
  • ENG1120 Literature and Composition I: Prose Fiction
  • ENG1121 Literature and Composition II: Drama and Poetry
  • ENG1124 Engaging with Literature
  • ENG2101 Introduction to Canadian Literature I: Beginnings to 1920
  • ENG2102 Introduction to Canadian Literature II: 1920 to the Present
  • ENG2103 Introduction to American Literature I: Beginnings to 1900
  • ENG2104 Introduction to American Literature II: 1900 to the Present
  • ENG2105 Introduction to British Literature I: Beginnings to 1700
  • ENG2106 Introduction to British Literature II: 1700 to the Present
  • ENG2110 Children's Literature
  • ENG2111 Canadian Children's Literature
  • ENG2114 Women and Literature to 1900
  • ENG2115 Women and Literature 1900 to the Present
  • ENG2116 Writing Out: Literature and Sexual Identity
  • ENG2118 Comic Books and Graphic Novels
  • ENG2120 Tales of Mystery and Detection
  • ENG2130 Tradition of King Arthur
  • ENG2131 Fantasy Literature
  • ENG2133 Literature, Madness, and Desire
  • ENG2135 Science Fiction
  • ENG2136 Fiction of Horror
  • ENG2137 The Politics of Literature
  • ENG2140 Literature and Film
  • ENG2142 World Literatures in English
  • ENG2151 Literature and the Sciences
  • NG3106 Topics in Film Studies
  • ENG3133 Elizabethan Shakespeare
  • ENG3134 Jacobean Shakespeare
  • ENG3135 Early Modern Drama 1485-1642
  • ENG3170 Writing for Digital Media
  • ENG3171 Communication in the Information Age
  • ENG3318 Romantic Literature
  • ENG3320 Modern British Literature
  • ENG3321 Canadian Short Story
  • ENG3323 Medieval Literature I
  • ENG3339 Sixteenth-Century Literature
  • ENG3340 Seventeenth-Century Literature
  • ENG3341 Eighteenth-Century Literature
  • ENG3356 18th-Century and Romantic Fiction
  • ENG3362 Victorian Literature
  • ENG3364 Victorian Fiction
  • ENG3370 Modern British Poetry
  • ENG3371 Modern Drama
  • ENG3373 Modern British Novelists
  • ENG3374 Emergence of the Modern Imagination
  • ENG3375 Critical Theory
  • ENG3378 American Fiction 1900 to the Present
  • ENG3379 American Poetry 1900 to the Present
  • ENG3383 Jewish Canadian Writers
  • ENG3389 Postcolonial Literatures
  • ENG4394 Unassigned Special Topic

To see the course description, please consult the Programs and courses website.

ENV — Environmental Studies
  • ENV1101 Global Environmental Challenges
  • ENV1501 Les défis environnementaux globaux
  • ENV2701 Histoire de la pensée environnementale
  • ENV4504 Approches méthodologiques et théoriques en géographie et études environnementales

To see the course description, please consult the Programs and courses website.

ESP — Spanish
  • ESP1101 Introduction to Spanish Culture
  • ESP1991 Cours élémentaire d’espagnol I / Elementary Spanish I
  • ESP2301 Hispanic Literature in translation
  • ESP2304 Women in Hispanic Culture and Literature
  • ESP2501 Cinéma espagnol et latino-américain

To see the course description, please consult the Programs and courses website.

FLS – French as a Second Language
  • FLS1510 Communication orale et écrite en français langue seconde : niveau débutant
  • FLS1611 Communication orale et écrite en français langue seconde : niveaux élémentaires I et II / Oral and Written Communication in French as a Second Language: Elementary Levels I and II

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FRA — Lettres françaises
  • FRA1710 Analyse, écriture et argumentation I
  • FRA2520 Grammaire pratique
  • FRA2530 La littérature et la femme
  • FRA2545 Littérature et culture de l’Ontario français
  • FRA2560 Création littéraire I
  • FRA2705 Réécriture et révision
  • FRA2713 Le roman policier
  • FRA2715 La littérature pour la jeunesse
  • FRA2730 Le théâtre
  • FRA2732 Initiation aux approches critiques
  • FRA2740 La poésie
  • FRA2780 Le récit
  • FRA2789 Grammaire d’aujourd'hui

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GEG — Geography
  • GEG1301 The Physical Environment
  • GEG1302 Places and Spaces of Human Activity
  • GEG1701 L'environnement physique
  • GEG1702 Espaces et lieux de l'activité humaine
  • GEG2108 Contested Places
  • GEG2110 Sustainability of Social Spaces and Built Environments
  • GEG2301 Geomorphology
  • GEG2304 Climatology
  • GEG2320 Introduction to Geomatics
  • GEG2508 Espaces sous tension
  • GEG2510 Durabilité des espaces sociaux et des environnements construits
  • GEG2701 Géomorphologie
  • GEG2704 Climatologie
  • GEG2720 Introduction à la géomatique
  • GEG3106 Cities and Social Change
  • GEG3107 Geography of Polar Regions
  • GEG3305  Geographies of Globalization
  • GEG3320 Geography of Tourism
  • GEG3525 Territoires de la francophonie
  • GEG3704 Villes du Monde
  • GEG3707 Patrimoine urbain et tourisme culturel

To see the course description, please consult the Programs and courses website.

HIS — History
  • HIS1101 The Making of Canada
  • HIS1110 The Twentieth-Century World to 1945
  • HIS1111 The Twentieth-Century World from 1945
  • HIS1120 What is Europe? (16th-21st Century)
  • HIS1501 La formation du Canada
  • HIS1510 Le monde au XXe siècle jusqu'en 1945
  • HIS1511 Le monde au XXe siècle depuis 1945
  • HIS1520 Qu'est-ce que l'Europe? (16e-21e siècle)
  • HIS2101 The Beginnings of Greek Civilization
  • HIS2102 Athens, Persia, and Sparta
  • HIS2103 The Republic
  • HIS2104 The Early Empire
  • HIS2117 History of the USSR
  • HIS2129 Technology, Society and Environment since 1800
  • HIS2130 The Peopling of North America
  • HIS2153 The United States from 1945 to the Present
  • HIS2160 History of the Middle East from World War I
  • HIS2171 Latin America, Modern Period
  • HIS2176 Southeast Asian Civilizations from the 18th Century to the Present
  • HIS2182 Women in Canada
  • HIS2307 History of the Native Peoples in Canada, from the Origins to the Present
  • HIS2335 Deciphering the Medieval Era: Western Europe from the 5th to the 15th Century
  • HIS2336 Early Modern Europe, 16th to 18th Century
  • HIS2341 Europe in the 19th Century
  • HIS2342 Europe in the 20th Century
  • HIS2350 Selected Topics in Modern History
  • HIS2351 Selected Topics in Contemporary History
  • HIS2361 New France
  • HIS2364 Contemporary Canada
  • HIS2375 History of Africa South of the Sahara, 1000-1850
  • HIS2376 History of Africa South of the Sahara since 1850
  • HIS2503 La République
  • HIS2504 Le Haut-Empire
  • HIS2505 Histoire des Juifs au Canada
  • HIS2516 La Russie impériale de 1613 à la Révolution de 1917
  • HIS2529 Technologies, société et environnement depuis 1800
  • HIS2551 Histoire des États-Unis de 1750 à 1877
  • HIS2552 Histoire des États-Unis de 1877 à 1945
  • HIS2553 Les États-Unis depuis 1945
  • HIS2560 Histoire du Moyen-Orient depuis la Première Guerre mondiale
  • HIS2576 Civilisations de l’Asie du Sud-Est du XVIIIe siècle à nos jours
  • HIS2708 Histoire des francophonies nord-américaines
  • HIS2735 Décoder la période médiévale : L’Occident du Ve au XVe siècle
  • HIS2736 L’Europe moderne (XVIe-XVIIIe siècle)
  • HIS2762 L’Amérique du Nord britannique 1763-1867
  • HIS2763 Le Canada de 1867 à 1939

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ITA — Italian Language and Culture
  • ITA1113 Italian Cinema
  • ITA1114 Italian Heritage in North America
  • ITA1911 Cours élémentaire d’italien I / Elementary Italian I
  • ITA2113 Italian Culture
  • ITA2114 Italian Literature

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JPN — Japanese
  • JPN1901 Cours élémentaire de japonais I / Introduction to Japanese I
  • JPN2101 Introduction to Japanese Culture

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LCL — Classics
  • LCL1101 Latin I
  • LCL1501 Latin I
  • LCL2151 Ancient Greek I

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LIN — Linguistics
  • LIN1300 What Is Language?
  • LIN1310 Introduction to Linguistics : From Words to Utterances
  • LIN1320 Introduction to Linguistics: The Sounds of Language
  • LIN1700 Qu’est-ce que le langage?
  • LIN1710 Introduction à la linguistique : Des mots aux énoncés
  • LIN1720 Introduction à la linguistique : Les sons du langage
  • LIN1740 Langue et société
  • LIN2300 The World's Languages
  • LIN2304 Writing Systems
  • LIN2701 Langue autochtone

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LLM — Modern Languages
  • LLM1100 Literatures and Cultures of the World

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MDV — Medieval and Renaissance Studies
  • MDV2100 Introduction to Medieval and Renaissance Civilization
  • MDV2500 Initiation à la civilisation médiévale et de la Renaissance
  • MDV3500 Thèmes choisis en études médiévales et de la Renaissance

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MUS — Music
  • MUS1301 Topics in Music Appreciation I
  • MUS1302 Topics in Music Appreciation II
  • MUS1303 Materials of Music I
  • MUS1703 Éléments de musique I
  • MUS2304 The Sound of Rock
  • MUS2310 Music in the Movies
  • MUS2331 Forms and Styles I: Middle Ages and Renaissance
  • MUS3708 Musique populaire et société

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PHI — Philosophy
  • PHI1101 Reasoning and Critical Thinking
  • PHI1301 Philosophy: Ideas and Arguments
  • PHI1501 Raisonnement et pensée critique
  • PHI1701 - Philosophie : idées et arguments
  • PHI2170 Logic I
  • PHI2172 Philosophy of Mind
  • PHI2174 Ethics
  • PHI2183 Political Philosophy
  • PHI2380 Greek Philosophy or the Birth of Philosophy
  • PHI2381 Arab Philosophy
  • PHI2382 Philosophy in the Middle Ages
  • PHI2383 Modern Philosophy
  • PHI2390 Philosophical Issues in Women’s Studies
  • PHI2392 Esthetics and Philosophy of Art
  • PHI2394 Scientific Thought and Social Values
  • PHI2396 Bioethics
  • PHI2397 Business Ethics
  • PHI2522 La sagesse grecque
  • PHI2570 Logique I
  • PHI2574 Éthique
  • PHI2583 Philosophie politique
  • PHI2597 Philosophie de l'histoire
  • PHI2780 La Philosophie grecque ou la naissance de la philosophie
  • PHI2782 La Philosophie au Moyen-Âge
  • PHI2783 Philosophie moderne
  • PHI2786 Existentialisme
  • PHI2794 Pensée scientifique et valeurs sociales
  • PHI2796 Bioéthique
  • PHI2797 Éthique des affaires
  • PHI2798 L'éthique environnementale

To see the course description, please consult the Programs and courses website.

PLN — Polish
  • PLN1901 Cours élémentaire de polonais I / Elementary Polish I
  • PLN2102 Polish Post-War Cinema

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POR — Portuguese
  • POR1901 Cours élémentaire de portugais I / Elementary Portuguese I
  • POR2101 The Culture of Portuguese-Speaking Countries I

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RUS — Russian Language and Culture
  • RUS1901 Cours élémentaire de russe I / Elementary Russian I
  • RUS2102 The Age of Dostoevsky and Tolstoy
  • RUS2103 Contemporary Russian Culture
  • RUS2104 Russian Cinema
  • RUS2501 Initiation à la culture russe

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SRS — Religious Studies
  • SRS1110 Witchcraft, Magic and Occult Traditions
  • SRS1112 The Religions of the World I
  • SRS1130 Atheism: A History of Doubt
  • SRS1510 Magie, sorcellerie et traditions occultes
  • SRS1512 Les religions du monde I
  • SRS2111 Women and Religions
  • SRS2113 The Religions of the World II
  • SRS2172 Religion, Nature and Ecology
  • SRS2191 Sociology of Religion
  • SRS2194 Anthropology of Religion
  • SRS2195 Religion and Politics in Global Society
  • SRS2351 Psychology of Religion
  • SRS2381 Christianity, Culture and Change
  • SRS2382 The World of the New Testament
  • SRS2393 Religion and Death
  • SRS2398 Religion and Health
  • SRS2511 Femmes et religions
  • SRS2513 Les religions du monde II
  • SRS2515 Le religieux chez les peuples autochtones
  • SRS2570 Le monde de la Bible hébraïque
  • SRS2591 Sociologie de la religion
  • SRS2594 Anthropologie de la religion
  • SRS2751 Psychologie de la religion
  • SRS3102 Method and Theory in the Study of Religion
  • SRS3111 Aboriginal Myths and Philosophy
  • SRS3119 Shamanic Traditions
  • SRS3140 Religion, Arts and Mythology
  • SRS3165 Gender and Religion
  • SRS3511 Mythes et philosophies autochtones
  • SRS3512 Sainteté et hérésie
  • SRS3585 Jésus de Nazareth
  • SRS3591 Religion et mondialisation
  • SRS3714 Le judaisme
  • SRS3754 Mysticisme et expérience spirituelle

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THE — Theatre
  • THE1100 Introduction to the Practice of Theatre : Onstage
  • THE1101 Introduction to the Practice of Theatre: Backstage
  • THE1500 Introduction à la pratique théâtrale : les métiers de la scène
  • THE1501 Introduction à la pratique théâtrale : les métiers des coulisses
  • THE2100 The Theatrical Event
  • THE2500 L'événement théâtral

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TRA – Translation
  • TRA1301 Introduction to Translation
  • TRA1501 Initiation à la traduction

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YDD — Yiddish
  • YDD1901 Introduction à la langue et à la culture yiddish / Introduction to the Yiddish Language and Culture I
  • YDD1902 Introduction à la langue et à la culture yiddish II / Introduction to the Yiddish Language and Culture II
Faculty of Education
PED – Education – Teacher Education
  • PED2507 Réalités scolaire actuelles
  • PED2508 La relation pédagogique
  • PED3505 La problématique de l’enseignement de la langue française en milieu minoritaire en Ontario
  • PED3705 École, famille et communauté

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Faculty of Health Sciences
APA – Human Kinetics
  • APA1122 Health: A Global Perspective
  • APA1302 Sociology of Sport and Physical Activity in Canada
  • APA1522 Santé: une perspective mondiale
  • APA1702 Sociologie su sport et de l'activité physique au Canada
  • APA2111 Intervention Theories
  • APA2134 Administration of Leisure, Sport and Physical Activity Services
  • APA2302 History of Sport and Physical Activity in Canada
  • APA2511 Théories de l'intervention
  • APA2534 Administration des services de loisir, de sport et d'activité physique
  • APA2702 Histoire du sport et de l'activité physique au Canada

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HSS Health Sciences
  • HSS1100 Microbiology and Immunology
  • HSS1101 Determinants of Health
  • HSS1500 Microbiologie et immunologie
  • HSS1501 Déterminants de la santé
  • HSS2102 Communication and Health
  • HSS2121 History of Health Care
  • HSS2342 Nutritional Determinants of Health
  • HSS2502 Communication et santé
  • HSS2521 Histoire des soins de santé
  • HSS2525 Introduction à l'analyse du son pour les sciences de la parole et l'ouïe
  • HSS2742 Déterminants nutritionnels de la santé

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LSR- Leisure Studies
  • LSR1100 Introduction to Leisure Studies
  • LSR1105 Leisure in Canadian Society
  • LSR1500 Introduction à l'étude du loisir
  • LSR1505 Le loisir dans la société canadienne
  • LSR2110 Leisure: Concepts and Values
  • LSR2118 Recreation Program Development and Evaluation
  • LSR2121 Recreation and Environmental Quality
  • LSR2122 Tourism
  • LSR2510 Loisir : concepts et valeurs
  • LSR2712 Principes de leadership en loisir

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Faculty of Law
DCC — Droit (Certificate)
  • DCC2303 Legal Aspects of Human Rights
  • Dimensions juridiques des droits de la personne

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Faculty of Science
BIO — Biology
  • BIO1300 The Human Animal
  • BIO1700 L’animal humain

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BPS — Biopharmaceutical Sciences
  • BPS1101 Drugs 101

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CHM — Chemistry
  • CHM1301 Principles of Chemistry (equivalent to 4U Chemistry 4U and CHM1311/1711)
  • CHM1701 Principes de chimie (equivalent to Chemistry 4U and CHM1311/1711)

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GEO — Geology
  • GEO1701 Comment percer les secrets de la Terre

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MAT — Mathematics
  • MAT 1374 Probability and Games of Chance: Poker 101
  • MAT1371 Descriptive Statistics
  • MAT1395 The Beauty of Mathematics
  • MAT1771 Statistique descriptive

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PHY — Physics
  • PHY1300 The Big Bang and Beyond
  • PHY1700 Au-delà du Big Bang

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Faculty of Social Sciences
ANT — Anthropology
  • ANT1101 Social and Cultural Anthropology
  • ANT1501 Anthropologie sociale et culturelle

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CRM — Criminology
  • CRM1300 Introduction to Criminology
  • CRM1301 History of Criminological Thought
  • CRM1700 Introduction à la criminologie
  • CRM1701 Histoire du savoir criminologique

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DVM – International Development and Globalization
  • DVM1100 Canada and the Challenges of International Development and Globalization
  • DVM1500 Le Canada face aux enjeux du développement international et de la mondialisation

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ECH – Conflict Studies and Human Rights
  • ECH1100 Introduction to the Study of Conflicts and Human Rights
  • ECH1500 Introduction à l’étude des conflits et droits humains

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ECO — Economics
  • ECO1102 Introduction to Macroeconomics
  • ECO1104 Introduction to Microeconomics
  • ECO1302 Contemporary Macroeconomic Issues
  • ECO1304 Contemporary Microeconomic Issues
  • ECO1502 Introduction à la macroéconomie
  • ECO1504 Introduction à la microéconomie
  • ECO1702 Enjeux macroéconomiques contemporains
  • ECO1704 Enjeux microéconomiques contemporains

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FEM — Women’s Studies
  • FEM1100 Women, Gender, Feminism: An Introduction
  • FEM1500 Femmes, genre, féminisme : une introduction

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PAP — Public Administration
  • PAP1301 Governance in Contemporary Societies
  • PAP1701 La gouverne dans les sociétés contemporaines

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POL — Political Science
  • POL1101 Introduction to Political Science
  • POL1102 Politics and Globalization
  • POL1501 Introduction à la science politique
  • POL1502 Politique et mondialisation

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PSY — Psychology
  • PSY1101 Introduction to Psychology: Foundations
  • PSY1102 Introduction to Psychology: Applications
  • PSY1501 Introduction à la psychologie : fondements
  • PSY1502 Introduction à la psychologie : applications

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SOC — Sociology
  • SOC1101 Principles of Sociology
  • SOC1105 Social Conflicts, Activism and Social Change
  • SOC1501 Éléments de sociologie
  • SOC1505 Conflits sociaux, militantisme et changements sociaux

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SVS — Social Work
  • SVS1500 Introduction au service social

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Telfer School of Management
ADM — Administration
  • ADM1100 Introduction to Business Management
  • ADM1500 Introduction à la gestion des affaires
  • ADM1101 Social Context of Business
  • ADM1501 Le contexte social du monde des affaires

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