Courses

Cluster 3 — Community and Society

Foundation

  • GNED 1301 - Citizenship Without Borders
  • GNED 1303 - Conflict and the Social Context
  • GNED 1304 - Communities and Societies

 
Tier 2

  • ANTH 1103 - Introduction to Cultural Anthropology
  • ANTH 1105 - Ancient Peoples and Places
  • ANTH 1106 - Introduction to Linguistic Anthropology
  • ANTH 2229 - Anthropology of “Race”
  • ANTH 2258 - Anthropology in the Public Eye
  • CNST 1131 - Introduction to Canadian Studies
  • COMM 1700 - Journalism in Society
  • CRJS 1003 - Introduction to the Justice System
  • CRJS 1013 - Diversity Issues and the Criminal Justice System
  • ECON 1101 - Principles of Microeconomics
  • ECON 1103 - Principles of Macroeconomics
  • ECON 1143 - The Economics of Contemporary Issues
  • ECON 1170 - Economics of Crime and Criminal Justice
  • ENGL 2301 - Crime and Conspiracy Fiction
  • ENTR 2301 - Innovation and the Entrepreneurial Experience
  • FNCE 2130 - Personal Finance
  • FNCE 2132 - Introduction to the Stock Market
  • GNED 2302 - Rethinking the Public Sphere
  • GEOG 1102 - World Regional Geography
  • GEOG 1103 - The Human Environment
  • HIST 1111 - South Asia and the Indian Ocean: 2500 BCE-Present
  • HIST 1117 - America to 1865
  • HIST 1119 - The United States, 1865 to the Present
  • HIST 1131 - Canada, Origins to 1867
  • HIST 1133 - Modern Canada, 1867 to Present
  • HIST 2108 - Gender History in Canada
  • HIST 2206 - The History of Ancient Rome
  • HIST 2208 - Women and Gender in Canada to 1900
  • HIST 2209 - Women and Gender in Canada Since 1900
  • HIST 2210 - Travel Studies in Canadian History
  • HIST 2212 - Travel Studies in American History
  • HIST 2213 - Travel Studies in European History
  • HIST 2215 - History of the People of the Plains: Treaty 7 Field Course
  • HIST 2216 - The American Revolutionary Era
  • HIST 2220 - The United States as a World Power, 1898-1991
  • HIST 2232 - Home, Work and Play in Canada
  • HIST 2243 - Europe in the Nineteenth and Twentieth Centuries
  • HIST 2247 - Canada’s Frontier: the History of the West
  • HIST 2255 - Immigration, Ethnicity, and Race in the United States
  • HIST 2263 - Conflict and Society in Twentieth Century
  • HIST 2271 - Latin America Before Independence
  • HIST 2273 - Latin America After Independence
  • HIST 2322 - History of the Canadian School
  • HPED 1010 - Historical and Philosophical Foundations
  • HPED 1040 - Wellness and the Student: From Personal Health to Community Action
  • HPED 2230 - Sustainable Tourism
  • HPED 3010 - Sociological Perspectives
  • HPED 3320 - Adapted Physical Activity
  • HRES 2170 - Introduction to Human Resources
  • INST 1101 - Introduction to Indigenous Studies: The Canadian Context
  • INST 1111 - Introduction to Indigenous Studies: International Perspectives
  • INST 2730 - Topics in Indigenous Studies
  • INTS 2301 - Violence Across the Lifespan
  • MGMT 2130 - Management Principles and Practices
  • MGMT 2131 - Introduction to Business Administration
  • MKTG 2150 - Introduction to Marketing
  • PHIL 1130 - Philosophy: Sex and Love
  • PLSC 1101 - Introduction to Government and Politics
  • PLSC 1123 - Canadian Political Issues
  • PLSC 1183 - Issues and Trends in World Politics
  • SINV 2201 - Introduction to Social Innovation
  • SINV 2247 - Introduction to Volunteer Management
  • SLGY 1101 - Introduction to Sociology
  • WGST 1172 - Introduction to Women’s & Gender Studies
  • WGST 2205 - Global Gender Issues
  • WGST 2207 - Contemporary Issues in Women’s & Gender Studies 

Tier 3

  • ANTH 2204 - Archaeology of North America
  • ANTH 2218 - Culture and Society in Contemporary India
  • ANTH 2221 - Hot Topics in Human Evolution
  • ANTH 2231 - The Anthropology of Gender
  • ANTH 3304 - Anthropological Perspectives on Globalization
  • ANTH 3319 - Ethnography of the Great Plains
  • ANTH 3341 - Medical Anthropology
  • ANTH 3379 - Urban Anthropology
  • CNST 2233 - Canada in Comparative and International Perspective
  • CNST 3730 - Canadian Issues in Context
  • COMP 3309 - Information Technology and Society
  • ECON 2211 - Intermediate Economic Theory - Microeconomics I
  • ECON 2213 - Intermediate Economic Theory - Macroeconomics I
  • ECON 2221 - International Trade
  • ECON 2223 - Gender Economics
  • ECON 2229 - International Money and Finance
  • ECON 2241 - Money and Banking
  • ECON 2244 - Managerial Economics
  • ECON 2255 - Economics of the Public Sector
  • ECON 2261 - Development Economics
  • ECON 3101 - The Law & Economics of Canadian Business Strategy
  • ECON 3305 - History of Economic Thought
  • ENGL 2202 - Theory in English Studies
  • ENGL 2216 - Women’s Writing: Voices and Visionaries
  • ENGL 2270 - Canadian Literature to 1914
  • ENGL 2271 - Canadian Literature from 1914 to the Present
  • ENGL 2273 - Reading the Popular
  • ENGL 2291 - Postcolonial Literature I
  • ENGL 2292 - Postcolonial Literature II
  • ENGL 3256 - Canadian Drama
  • ENGL 3327 - Studies in Women’s Literature
  • ENGL 3344 - Victorian Realism and Reform
  • ENGL 3345 - Victorian Art and Nature
  • ENGL 3390 - African Writing in English
  • ENGL 4900 - Travel Studies in Literature: Texts and Contexts
  • ENTR 3302 - Creativity for Entrepreneurial Practice
  • ENTR 3370 - Society, Innovation and Enterprise
  • ENTR 4331 - Idea to Opportunity
  • FREN 3342 - Francophone Canada
  • GEOG 2225 - Regional Geography of Canada
  • GEOG 2230 - Regional Geography of Europe
  • GEOG 2333 - Geography of the World Economy
  • GEOG 2335 - Cities in the Modern World
  • GEOG 2337 - Political Geography
  • GEOG 2443 - Tourism and Recreation Geography
  • GEOG 2445 - Environmental Problems and Resource Management
  • GNED 3030 - Global Communities and Societies
  • GNED 3301 - Experiencing Communities & Societies
  • HIST 2241 - Britain and its Empire in the Nineteenth Century
  • HIST 3201 - Crime, Punishment and Social Control in Pre-Modern Europe
  • HIST 3306 - Racism and Immigration in Canada
  • HIST 3318 - Deviance and Conformity: The History of the Canadian Institutional State
  • HIST 3319 - Conflict and Violence in Canadian History
  • HIST 3335 - The Reformation
  • HIST 3343 - Resistance and Resilience: Native Peoples in the United States
  • HIST 3345 - First Nations in Canada: Co-operation, Coercion and Confrontation
  • HIST 3357 - Topics in American Culture
  • HIST 3358 - People, Ecosystems, and Natural Resources in American History
  • HIST 3365 - World War II
  • HIST 3373 - World War I
  • HIST 3385 - Religion, War, and Society in Europe, 1558-1714
  • HIST 4401 - Special Topics in War and Society
  • HIST 4404 - Topics in Canadian Social History
  • HIST 4406 - Gender, Sexuality and the Body in Canadian History
  • HIST 4411 -  The American Civil War and Reconstruction
  • HIST 4451 - The History of British North America
  • HIST 4455 - Canada in the Era of the Cold War
  • HIST 4486 - The Industrial Revolution
  • HIST 4731 - Topics in American History
  • HIST 4732 - Topics in the History of the Americas
  • HIST 4733 - Advanced Topics in European Social and Cultural History
  • HPED 3740 - Wellness and the Student: From Community Health to Global Action
  • INBU 3301 - Global Business Environment
  • INBU 3302 - International Marketing
  • INTS 3331 - International Community Development
  • MGMT 3230 - Business Law
  • MGMT 4402 - Corporate Social Responsibility
  • MGMT 4403 - Environmental Management & Sustainable Development
  • MGMT 4407 - Governance and Ethical Issues in Organizations
  • PHIL 2219 - Philosophy of Law
  • PHIL 2223 - Bio Ethics
  • PHIL 2229 - Business Ethics
  • PHIL 2237 - Feminist Philosophy
  • PHIL 2253 - Social and Political Philosophy
  • PLSC 2231 - The Canadian State
  • PLSC 2243 - Law, Politics and the Judicial Process
  • PLSC 2259 - Comparative Government and Politics
  • PLSC 2287 - Introduction to International Relations
  • PLSC 3229 - Alberta and Provincial Politics
  • PLSC 3303 - Federalism
  • PLSC 3305 - Interest Groups and Group Behaviour
  • PLSC 3351 - American Government and Politics
  • PLSC 3382 - International Organizations
  • PLSC 3485  - The Politics of the International Economic Order
  • PLSC 3489 - Foreign Policies of the Major Powers
  • POST 3303 - Federalism
  • POST 3305 - Interest Groups and Behaviour
  • RELS 3322 - Religion in the Americas
  • RELS 4400 - Religion and Public Life
  • SINV 3305 - Agents of Social Change
  • SINV 3730 - Special Topics in Social Innovation
  • SLGY 2229 - Crime and Society
  • SLGY 2233 - Sociology of Gender
  • SLGY 2235 - Sociology of Health and Illness
  • SLGY 2253 - Urban Sociology
  • SLGY 2265 - Social Stratification and Inequality
  • SLGY 2271 - Sociology of Families
  • SLGY 2273 - Sociology of Aging
  • SLGY 2275 - Theories of “Race” and Ethnicity
  • SLGY 2277 - Sociology of Religion
  • SLGY 3317 - Young Offenders and the Law
  • SPAN 2221 - Contemporary Hispanic Cultures and Oral Practice
  • WGST 2221 - Women and Health
  • WGST 2239 - Gender and Popular Culture
  • WGST 2283 - Women and Aging
  • WGST 3309 - Contemporary Feminist Debates
  • WGST 3310 - Colonization/Decolonization
  • WGST 3345 - Sex, Gender and the Body
  • WGST 3346 - Gender, Culture and Technology
  • WGST 3850 - Advanced Special Topics in Women’s & Gender Studies