Enrollment in these programs requires the completion of 4.0 full courses or their equivalent.
6.5 other FCEs in courses offered by the Canadian Studies program. Please see the current Canadian Studies course listing.
Minor in Canadian Studies
Minor in Asian Canadian Studies
First year: No specific first-year requirements. Students are advised to take introductory courses that will serve as prerequisites for optional courses of interest to them later in the program.
Additionally, 3.0 FCE from the two categories below, with at least 1.0 FCE in each category.
Students can also nominate a course not on this list, as long as they can verify that the course deals with Asian Canadian issues to a significant extent (about 30%) —which could include a First Year Foundations or Special Topics course.
Asian Canadians and Asian Diasporas in Canada
Contexts of Asian Canadian Studies
East Asian Studies
Near and Middle Eastern Civilizations
St. Michael's College
Slavic Languages and Literatures
Women and Gender Studies
Certificate In Black Canadian Studies
All students will be required to take one foundational course worth 1.0 FCE: HIS265Y: Black Canadian History
Students are also required to take at least 0.5 FCE from a selection of four 3rd-year courses in Canadian Studies, Equity Studies, the English Department, or Women and Gender Studies; or one course at the 4th year, from Caribbean Studies. See the list below:
Students will take an additional 1.0 FCE, either drawing from the above courses in list B, or another 40-or-so courses from more than 20 units across FAS (see the list below).
Students can also nominate a course not on this list, as long as they can verify that the course deals with Black Canada or Black Canadians to a significant extent (about 30%) —which could include a First Year Foundations or Special Topics course.
CIN337H1: Black Cinemas (NEW)
CRI210H1: Criminal Justice
CRI322H1: Inequality and Criminal Justice
CRI383H1: Immigration, Ethnicity and Crime
CSE240H1: Introduction to Critical Equity and Solidarity Studies
CSE340H1: Abolition in the Global Context: Theorizing Uprisings and Youth Activism against Policing and Prisons (NEW)
CSE341H1: Theorizing Settler Colonialism, Capitalism and Race
CSE344H1: Body Matters: Oppression, Solidarity and Justice
CSE344Y1: Body Matters: Oppression, Solidarity and Justice
CSE447H1: Race, Ethnicity and Educational Praxis