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LAKEHEAD CALENDAR 2009-2010

Lakehead 2009-2010 Academic Units Undergraduate Programs and Courses Faculty of Social Sciences and Humanities Department of Women's Studies Women's Studies Programs
Women's Studies Programs

1. BA (Women's Studies Major)

Three Year program

First Year:
(a) Women's Studies 1100
(b) One FCE from Group I (see Social Sciences and Humanities Regulations, First Year Arts Program Grouping Requirements)
(c) One FCE from Group II (see First Year Arts Program Grouping Requirements)
(d) One FCE from Group I (if Women's Studies 1100 is counted as Group II) or one FCE from Group II (if Women's Studies 1100 is counted as Group I)
(e) One FCE elective

Second Year:
(a) Women's Studies 2112 and 2711
(b) One FCE in Women's Studies from Group A courses
(c) Three FCE electives

Third Year:
(a) Women's Studies 3010 and 3030
(b) One FCE in Women's Studies from Group A or B courses
(c) Three FCE electives, one of which may be Women's Studies

 

2. Honours BA (Women's Studies Major)

Four Year program
Honours students who do not maintain a 70% average in their Women's Studies Major may graduate with a 4-year BA degree in Women's Studies.

First Year:
(a) Women's Studies 1100
(b) One FCE from Group I (see Social Sciences and Humanities Regulations, First Year Arts Program Grouping Requirements)
(c) One FCE from Group II (see First Year Arts Program Grouping Requirements)
(d) One FCE from Group I (if Women's Studies 1100 is counted as Group II) or one FCE from Group II (if Women's Studies 1100 is counted as Group I)
(e) One FCE elective

Second Year:
(a) Women's Studies 2112 and 2711
(b) One FCE in Women's Studies from Group A courses
(c) Three FCE electives

Third Year:
(a) Women's Studies 3010 and 3030
(b) One FCE in Women's Studies from Group A courses
(c) One FCE in Women's Studies from either Group A or Group B courses
(d) Two FCE electives
Note:
At least one FCE in (b) and (c) must be at the third year level

Fourth Year:
(a) Women's Studies 4010*
(b) One and a half FCEs in Women's Studies from Group A at the third or fourth year level
(c) One FCE in Women's Studies from Group A or B at the third or fourth year level or Women's Studies 4901*
(d) Two FCE electives
*Note:
Women's Studies 4010 and 4901 are restricted to students in the Honours BA program in Women's Studies.


3. BA (Women's Studies Major)

Four Year program
To qualify for the four-year bachelor's degree, an overall C (60%) weighted average in all courses in the major subject is required. Honours students who do not maintain a 70% average in their major may graduate with a 4-year BA (Women's Studies Major) degree.

Years One through Three:
The course requirements for the first three years are the same as for the first three years of the Honours BA (Women's Studies Major) program.

Fourth Year:
(a) Two FCEs in Women's Studies from Group A courses, one of which must be at the third or fourth year level
(b) One FCE from Group A or Group B courses at the third or fourth year level
(c) Two FCE electives


(The BA (Psychology) with Major Concentration in Women's Studies (4-year) program was removed from the Calendar, effective 20May08.

 

4. Honours BA (Women's Studies Major)/Honours Bachelor of Outdoor Recreation

Four Year program

First Year:
(a) Women's Studies 1100
(b) English 1011 and 1031
(c) One of: Anthropology 1032 and 1034; Economics 1100; Geography 1120; Political Science 1100; Psychology 1100; Sociology 1100
(d) One FCE from Group I (if Women's Studies 1100 is counted as Group II) or one FCE from Group II (if Women's Studies 1100 is counted as Group I) (see Social Sciences and Humanities Regulations, First Year Arts Program Grouping Requirements)
(e) Outdoor Recreation 1010, 1070
(f) Outdoor Recreation 1910, 1930 (non-credit courses)

Second Year:
(a) Women's Studies 2711 and 2112
(b) One half-course in Women's Studies selected from Group A or Group B courses
(d) Outdoor Recreation 2210, 2270, 2310, 2350, 2510, 2750, 2810

Third Year:
(a) Women's Studies 3010 and 3030
(b) One FCE in Women's Studies from Group A courses
(c) Outdoor Recreation 3230, 3370, 3510
(d) Three half-courses in Outdoor Recreation at the third year level

Fourth Year:
(a) Women's Studies 4010
(b) One FCE in Women's Studies from Group A courses at the third or fourth year level
(c) One FCE in Women's Studies from Group A or Group B courses at the third or fourth year level
(d) Four half-courses in Outdoor Recreation at the fourth year level
(e) A half-course elective

Note:
Students in the program will only be allowed to take up to a maximum of one full course equivalent in Outdoor Recreation to count as open electives.

(a) Specialization in Leadership

Years 1 and 2 are the same as for the HBOR double-degree program.

By the third year, students may select the leadership specialization which will be noted on their transcripts. Students must successfully complete five half courses from:

Required Leadership Course: OUTD 3312, 4371
Elective Leadership Courses: OUTD 3075, 3171, 3310, 3311, 3331, 3410, 3610, 4075, 4131, 4311, 4351, 4411, 4611

Courses may not be double-counted to complete a second specialization. OUTD 3075 and 4075 must be retaken with a new project in the second specialization.

(b) Specialization in Parks

Years 1 and 2 are the same as for the HBOR double-degree program.

By the third year, students may select the parks specialization which will be noted on their transcripts. Students must successfully complete five half courses from:

Required Parks Course: OUTD 3811, 3812, 4810
Elective Parks Courses: OUTD 3075, 3410, 3415, 3610, 3731, 3771, 3831, 4075, 4170, 4411, 4415, 4611, 4732, 4813, 4815

Courses may not be double-counted to complete a second specialization. OUTD 3075 and 4075 must be retaken with a new project in the second specialization.

(c) Specialization in Tourism

Years 1 and 2 are the same as for the HBOR double-degree program.

By the third year, students may select the tourism specialization which will be noted on their transcripts. Students must successfully complete five half courses from:

Required Tourism Courses: OUTD 3731, 3733, 3771
Elective Tourism Courses: OUTD 3075, 3410, 3531, 4075, 4510, 4732, 4733, 4813, 4815, 4917

Students in the Tourism Specialization are recommended to take as electives the Entrepreneur Certificate courses in the Faculty of Business Administration.

Courses may not be double-counted to complete a second specialization. OUTD 3075 and 4075 must be retaken with a new project in the second specialization.

 

(The BA (Women's Studies Major)/Honours Bachelor of Outdoor Recreation programs were removed from the Calendar, effective 20May08, and replaced with the Honours BA (Women's Studies Major)/Honours Bachelor of Outdoor Recreation program.)



5. Honours BA (Women's Studies and English)

Four Year program
See Department of English, Programs.

6. Honours BA (Gerontology and Women's Studies Majors)

Four Year program

First Year:
(a) Gerontology 1110 and 1130
(b) Women's Studies 1100
(c) One FCE from Group I (see Social Sciences and Humanities Regulations, First Year Arts Program Grouping Requirements)
(d) One FCE from Group I (if Women's Studies counted as Group II) or one FCE from Group II (if Women's Studies counted as Group I)
(e) One FCE elective

Second Year:
(a) Women's Studies 2112 and 2711
(b) Psychology 2101
(c) Two FCEs in Gerontology
(d) One FCE in Women's Studies from Group A or Group B courses

Third Year:
(a) Women's Studies 3010 and 3030
(b) Two FCEs in Gerontology
(c) One FCE in Women's Studies from Group A courses
(d) One FCE elective

Fourth Year:
(a) Gerontology 4719
(b) Women's Studies 4010
(c) One and one-half FCEs in Gerontology
(d) One and one-half FCEs in Women's Studies from Group A at the third or fourth year level
(e) One FCE in either Gerontology or in Women's Studies from Group A or Group B at the third or fourth year level

(The Honours BA (Gerontology) with Major Concentration in Women's Studies program was removed from the Calendar, effective 20May08, and replaced with the Honours BA (Gerontology and Women's Studies Majors) program.)



7. Honours BA (History and Women's Studies Majors)

Four Year program
See Department of History, Programs.


8. Honours BA (Indigenous Learning and Women's Studies Majors)

Four Year program
See Department of Indigenous Learning, Programs.


9. Honours BA (Psychology and Women's Studies Majors)

Four Year program
Students should be aware of the academic regulations for Psychology (see Department of Psychology).

First Year:
(a) Psychology 1100
(b) Women's Studies 1100 (see Social Sciences and Humanities Regulations, First Year Arts Program Grouping Requirements)
(c) One FCE from Group I (see First Year Arts Program Grouping Requirements)
(d) One FCE from Group I (if Women's Studies 1100 counted as Group II) or one FCE from Group II (if Women's Studies 1100 counted as Group I)
(e) One FCE elective. A first year science course is recommended. (See Department of Psychology, Academic Regulations, Note 4)

Second Year:
(a) Psychology 2101 (see Department of Psychology, Academic Regulations, Note 2)
(b) Women's Studies 2112 and 2711
(c) One FCE in Psychology (see Department of Psychology, Academic Regulations, Notes 2 and 3)
(d) One FCE in Women's Studies selected from Group A or Group B courses
(e) One FCE elective

Third Year:
(a) Psychology 3911
(b) One and one-half FCEs in Psychology (see Department of Psychology, Academic Regulations, Notes 2 and 3)
(c) Women's Studies 3010 and 3030
(d) One FCE in Women's Studies selected from Group A courses
(e) One FCE elective

Fourth Year:
(a) Women's Studies 4010
(b) Three FCEs in Psychology (note the core area requirements)
(c) One and one-half FCEs in Women's Studies selected from Group A courses at the third or fourth year level

(The Honours BA (Psychology) with Major Concentration in Women's Studies program was removed from the Calendar, effective 20May08, and replaced with the Honours BA (Psychology and Women's Studies Majors) program.)


10. Honours BA (Specialized Honours in Psychology) with Major Concentration in Women's Studies

Four Year program
Students should be aware of the academic regulations for Psychology (see Department of Psychology).

First Year:
(a) Psychology 1100
(b) Women's Studies 1100 (see Social Sciences and Humanities Regulations, First Year Arts Program Grouping Requirements)
(c) One FCE from Group I (see First Year Arts Program Grouping Requirements)
(d) One FCE from Group I (if Women's Studies 1100 counted as Group II) or one FCE from Group II (if Women's Studies 1100 counted as Group I)
(e) One FCE elective. A first year science course is recommended. (See Department of Psychology, Academic Regulations, Note 4)

Second Year:
(a) Psychology 2101 (see Department of Psychology, Academic Regulations, Note 2)
(b) Women's Studies 2112 and 2711
(c) Two FCEs in Psychology (see Department of Psychology, Academic Regulations, Notes 2 and 3)
(d) One FCE in Women's Studies selected from Group A or Group B courses

Third Year:
(a) Psychology 3201and 3911
(b) Women's Studies 3010 and 3030
(c) One and one-half FCEs in Psychology (see Department of Psychology, Academic Regulations, Notes 2 and 3)
(d) One FCE in Women's Studies selected from Group A courses

Fourth Year:
(a) Psychology 4111 and 4611
(b) Psychology 4901
(c) Two FCEs in Psychology (see Department of Psychology, Academic Regulations, Notes 2 and 3), preferably at the third or fourth year level
(d) One half-course in Women's Studies from Group A at the third or fourth year level
(e) One half-course elective (see Department of Psychology, Academic Regulations, Note 4)


11. Honours BA (Sociology and Women's Studies Majors)

Four Year program
See Department of Sociology, Programs.


12. Minor Program in Women's Studies

An overall average of at least 60% in Women's Studies courses is required. The Women's Studies Minor Program consists of 3 FCEs in Women's Studies that must be different from and additional to the courses in the student's major:
(a) Women's Studies 1100
(b) One FCE in Women's Studies from Group A
(c) One FCE in Women's Studies from Group A or Group B at the third- or fourth-year level.


13. Concurrent Programs with Education

A. The Honous BA (Women's Studies) degree is offered concurrently with a Bachelor of Education degree (P/J and J/I Specializations only). Prior to the Professional Year, students should follow the HBA program requirements; however, they should also include the prior to entry into the Professional Year requirements of the Primary-Junior or Junior-Intermediate Specialization, as listed on pages 70-71. For more information about concurrent programs, see the Faculty of Education, Undergraduate Studies in Education, starting on page 66

B. The BA (Women's Studies) 3-year degree is offered concurrently with a Bachelor of Education degree (P/J and J/I Specializations only). For more information about the concurrent bachelor degree programs, see the Faculty of Education, Undergraduate Studies in Education, starting on page 65.


14. Graduate Specialization in Women's Studies

See Faculty of Graduate Studies, Graduate Programs in the Faculty of Social Sciences and Humanities, Graduate Specialization in Women's Studies.