in Canadian studies is a logical choice if you would like to
investigate the many facets of what it is to be Canadian. As you would expect,
the courses come from a wide variety of disciplines, in turn reflecting of the
interdisciplinary nature of Grenfell's programming. The minor can be used in
combination with most of the majors at Grenfell Campus, and consists of eight
courses from a wide selection of arts and social science areas.
Canadian studies courses
a) Five courses (15 credit hours) from the
following list from at least four different disciplines:
- English 2146.
Canadian Prose after 1949.
- English 2156. Canadian Short Stories.
French 1502. Introductory University French III.
- French 2601. Reading
- French 2602. Reading Complete Texts.
- History 2200. Canadian
- History 2210. Canada Since 1867.
- Political Science
1010. Canadian Political Problems.
- Political Science 2710. Introduction to
Canadian Politics I.
- Political Science 2711. Introduction to Canadian
- Sociology/Anthropology 2240. Canadian Society and
b) Three additional courses (9 credit hours) from the
following list from at least two different disciplines:
- Art History
3710. Canadian Art to 1900.
- Art History 3711. 20th Century Canadian
- English 3145. Canadian Fiction to 1949.
- English 3147. Canadian
Poetry to 1949.
- English 3148. Canadian Poetry after 1949.
3149. Canadian Prose.
- English 4307. Contemporary Canadian Drama.
English 4825-35. Special Topics in Canadian Literature.
- Folklore 4300.
Folklore of Canada
- History 2120. The History of Canadian-American
Relations, 1783 to the Present.
- History 3520/Anthropology 3520. The
Early Ethnohistory of North America’s Native People.
3525/Anthropology 3525. The Later Ethnohistory of North America’s Native
- History 4254. Special Topics in Canadian History: A History of
- Political Science 3731. Environmental Policy.
Sociology 3395. Criminal Justice and Corrections.
Note: A student
may not use the same course to satisfy the requirements for both a Major and a
Note: The Canadian Studies Minor can be used as an eight
course “teachable” in the Bachelor of Education (Intermediate/Secondary) Degree
Program at Memorial University.