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2 This Program Handbook contains succinct and pertinent information which we hope will help students, parents and school counsellors better understand the many academic programs offered at Bishop s University. Additional information on our programs, such as credit counts and course descriptions, can be found in our Academic Calendar at

3 Table of Contents IMPORTANT INFORMATION... 3 ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS... 5 ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS... 6 PROGRAM REQUIREMENTS FOR CEGEP STUDENTS... 7 WILLIAMS SCHOOL OF BUSINESS... 9 Business SCHOOL OF EDUCATION Elementary Education Secondary Education HUMANITIES Arts Administration Classical Studies Drama English Études françaises et québécoises Fine Arts History Liberal Arts Liberal Arts and Engineering Modern Languages Music Philosophy Religion NATURAL SCIENCES & MATHEMATICS Biochemistry Biology Chemistry Computer Science, including Information Technology Environmental Science Bishop s University Program Handbook

4 Mathematics Physics Pre-Medicine Double Major SOCIAL SCIENCES Economics Environmental Studies & Geography International Studies Political Studies Psychology Sociology Sports Studies Bishop s University Program Handbook

5 IMPORTANT INFORMATION KEY DATES SEPTEMBER 23 OCTOBER 1 NOVEMBER 1 MARCH 31 MAY 1 MAY 31 Fall semester application open at Winter semester application deadline - International students Winter semester application deadline - Canadian students Fall semester application deadline - High School and CEGEP students Fall semester application deadline - College or University transfer students (except for Education applicants who must apply by March 31 st ) Admission response & residence application deadline HOW TO APPLY? Go to and click APPLY GUARANTEED RESIDENCE for admitted 1 st year students who: Apply for admission by March 31 st ; Accept the offer of admission by May 31 st ; Apply for residence by May 31 st. * Residence is guaranteed for Fall entry only. Residence rooms starting at $471 per month. Dining plans starting at $116 per week. UPCOMING CAMPUS EVENTS We d love to meet you! Bishop s Open House: Nov. 23, 2013 Family Day Program: Feb. 17, 2014 March Break Programs: Mar. 10 & 14, 2014 CAMPUS VISIT Our campus is best visited live. Click on VISIT at to register online for a personalized tour. During a tour, visitors can: See classrooms, labs, residence, the library and more with a Bishop s student; Meet with a professor to discuss a program of interest; Sit-in on a class; Meet with admissions, student services or athletics representatives; and Have a complimentary meal at Dewhurst dining hall. CONTACT INFORMATION For more information, contact: Recruitment & Admissions Office Bishop s University 2600 College St. Sherbrooke (QC) J1M 1Z7 Tel.: (819) , ext Tel. toll-free: 1 (877) ANNUAL TUITION & STUDENT FEES 2 semesters/ Full-time RESIDENCY FEE Quebec or France $3,373 Canada, outside Quebec $7,384 International $16,096 - $17,841 - Discounted Tuition for French Courses - Students who choose to take French courses benefit from the QC resident rate, a discount of roughly 50% on each French course! Bishop s University Program Handbook

6 Bishop s has one of the most generous scholarship programs in the country. SCHOLARSHIPS Guaranteed Entrance Scholarships for all Canadian students 80% admission average / IB score 28 = $1,000 per year, renewable* 85% admission average / IB score 30 / R-score 28 = $2,000 per year, renewable* 90% admission average / IB score 36 / R-score 32 = $3,000 per year, renewable* Applicants to Education require an 82% average for the $1,000 scholarship. *Please refer to the Bishop s Academic Calendar for renewability criteria. USA High School Applicants US students are automatically considered for academic-merit based entrance scholarships ranging from $1,000 to $3,000 per year, renewable. Guaranteed Continuing Student Scholarships (Awarded to all eligible continuing students after year 1, based on performance while at Bishop s, regardless of entering scholarship and citizenship.) 80% = $1,000 83% =$2,000 85% = $3,000 Please refer to the Bishop s Academic Calendar for renewability criteria. ADVANCED PLACEMENT Advanced Placement (AP) Credits Students are eligible to receive advanced credits for most AP examinations completed with a result of 4 or better. International Baccalaureate (IB) Curriculum Advanced Standing Full IB Diploma score of 28 or higher = 30 advanced standing credits (equivalent to one year of courses) in addition to their scholarship. Baccalauréat français Advanced Standing Full IB Diploma score of 12 or higher = 30 advanced standing credits with mention assez bien (equivalent to one year of courses) in addition to their scholarship. Bishop s University Program Handbook

7 ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS BRITISH COLUMBIA ALBERTA, NORTHWEST SASKATCHEWAN MANITOBA ONTARIO QUEBEC & YUKON TERRITORIES & NUNAVUT MINIMUM ADMISSION High School Diploma High School Diploma High School Diploma High School Diploma High School Diploma DEC including 4 grade 12 including 5 courses including 5 courses including 5 courses including 6 4U/M academic courses numbered 30 or 31 numbered 30 numbered 40 courses PROGRAM SPECIFIC REQUIREMENTS WILLIAMS SCHOOL OF BUSINESS Eng 12, Eng 30, Eng A30 & B30, Eng 40s, Eng 4U, DEC Pre-Cal 12 or Math 30-1 or Math 30-2 Cal 30 or Pre-Cal 30 Pre-Cal 40s or any 4U Math Principles of Math 12 Applied Math 40s HUMANITIES Eng 12 Eng 30 Eng A30 & B30 Eng 40s Eng 4U DEC SOCIAL SCIENCES Eng 12 Eng 30 Eng A30 & B30 Eng 40s Eng 4U DEC NATURAL SCIENCES & MATHEMATICS Eng 12, Pre-Cal 12, 2 credits Eng 30, Math 30-1, Eng A30 & B30, Eng 40s, Pre-Cal 40s or Eng 4U, any 4U Math DEC from: Bio 12, Chem 12 2 credits from: Bio 30, Chem 30 Cal 30, 2 credits Applied Math 40s, & 2 credits from: or Phy 12 or Phy 30 from: Bio 30, 2 credits from: Bio 40s, SBI 4U, SCH 4U Chem 30 or Phy 30 Chem 40s or Phy 40s or SPH 4U SCHOOL OF EDUCATION ELEMENTARY Eng 12 Eng 30 Eng A30 & B30 Eng 40s Eng 4U DEC: R score 26 SECONDARY Eng 12 Eng 30 Eng A30 & B30 Eng 40s Eng 4U DEC: R score 26 SECONDARY: MATH OR SCIENCE AS A TEACHABLE Eng 12, Pre-Cal 12, 2 credits Eng 30, Math 30-1, Eng A30 & B30, Eng 40s, Pre-Cal 40s or Eng 4U, any 4U Math DEC: from: Bio 12, Chem 12, 2 credits from: Bio 30, Chem 30 Cal 30, 2 credits Applied Math 40s, & 2 credits from: R score 26 or Phy 12 or Phy 30 from: Bio 30, 2 credits from: Bio 40s, SBI 4U, SCH 4U Chem 30 or Phy 30 Chem 40s or Phy 40s or SPH 4U Bishop s University Program Handbook

8 ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS NEW BRUNSWICK NOVA SCOTIA PEI NEWFOUNDLAND USA FRENCH INTERNATIONAL & LABRADOR BACCALAUREATE BACCALAUREATE MINIMUM ADMISSION High School Diploma High School Diploma High School Diploma High School Diploma High School Diploma Baccalaureate Diploma Full Diploma including 5 courses including 5 courses including 5 courses including 5 courses Letter of admission from 26 on 6 subjects numbered 120, 121 or 122 numbered 12 academic numbered 61X or 62X numbered 31XX or 32XX a school counsellor or or advanced teacher PROGRAM SPECIFIC REQUIREMENTS WILLIAMS SCHOOL OF BUSINESS HUMANITIES SOCIAL SCIENCES NATURAL SCIENCES & MATHEMATICS SCHOOL OF EDUCATION ELEMENTARY SECONDARY SECONDARY: MATH OR SCIENCE AS A TEACHABLE Eng 121 or 122 Eng 12 (acad), Eng 621A, Eng, B+ average Bacc. L, ES or S: 12 / on 6 subjects Math 120, 121 OR 122 Pre-Cal 12 or Math 621B or Math 3201 or 3200 Grade 12 English and with mention assez bien (min. 3 from high level) Cal 12 or Math 12 (acad) Math 611B or 3208 Grade 12 Math (pref. Cal) including high level Math SAT 1650 or ACT 23 Eng 121 or 122 Eng 12 (acad) Eng 621A or 611 Eng 3201 B+ average Bacc. L, ES or S: 12 / on 6 subjects Grade 12 English with mention assez bien (min. 3 from high level) SAT 1650 or ACT 23 Eng 121 or 122 Eng 12 (acad) Eng 621A or 611 Eng 3201 B+ average Bacc. L, ES or S: 12 / on 6 subjects Grade 12 English with mention assez bien (min. 3 from high level) SAT 1650 or ACT 23 Eng 121 or 122, Eng 12 (acad), Eng 621A or 611, Eng 3201, B+ average Bacc. S: 12 / on 6 subjects Math 120, 2 credits Pre-Cal 12 or Cal 12 Math 611B, 2 credits Math 3200 or 3208, Grade 12 English with mention assez bien (min. 3 from high level) from: Bio 121 or 122, 2 credits from: Bio 12, from: Bio 621, 2 credits from: Bio 3201, Grade 12 Cal or Pre-Cal including high level Math Chem 121 or 122 Chem 12 or Phy 12 Chem 621 or Phy 621 Chem 3202 or Phy Grade 12 Sciences Phy 121 or 122 SAT 1650 or ACT 23 Eng 121 or 122 Eng 12 (acad) Eng 621A or 611 Eng 3201 B+ average Each file is assessed on Each file is assessed on Grade 12 English an individual basis. an individual basis. SAT 1650 or ACT 23 Eng 121 or 122 Eng 12 (acad) Eng 621A or 611 Eng 3201 B+ average Each file is assessed on Each file is assessed on Grade 12 English an individual basis. an individual basis. SAT 1650 or ACT 23 Eng 121 or 122, Eng 12 (acad), Eng 621A or 611, Eng 3201, B+ average Each file is assessed on Each file is assessed on Math 120, 2 credits Pre-Cal 12 or Cal 12 Math 611B, 2 credits Math 3200 or 3208, Grade 12 English an individual basis. an individual basis. from: Bio 121 or 122, 2 credits from: Bio 12, from: Bio 621, 2 credits from: Bio 3201, Grade 12 Cal or Pre-Cal Chem 121 or 122, Chem 12 or Phy 12 Chem 621 or Phy 621 Chem 3202 or Phy Grade 12 Sciences or Phy 121 or 122 SAT 1650 or ACT 23 Bishop s University Program Handbook

9 PROGRAM REQUIREMENTS FOR CEGEP STUDENTS CEGEP course requirement Introduction to Psychology (2) 350 Level Psychology Courses Human Biology or General Biology I Linear Algebra Calculus I for Non- Science Students (350-XXX) or 101-NYA , 201-NYC BU course equvalent PSY101 PSY102 BIO194 or BIO197 MAT196 MAT 197 Programs Arts Administration Business Economics Information Technology Psychology (BA) CEGEP course requirement Calculus I for Calculus II for Science Science Students Students General Chemistry Chemistry of Solutions Mechanics Electricity and Magnetism General Biology 201-NYA 201-NYB 202-NYA 202-NYB 203-NYA 203-NYB 101-NYA General Biology II BU course equvalent MAT191 or 198 MAT192 or 199 CHM191 CHM192 PHY191 or 193 PHY192 or 194 BIO197 BIO196 Programs Psychology (Neuroscience-BSc) Biology (BSc) Biology (BA) Biology (Pre-med) Biochemistry Chemistry Computer Science Mathematics (BSc) Mathematics (BA) Physics Environmental Science Secondary Education with Math teachable Secondary Education with Science teachable Important notes: 1. Any CEGEP student with a DEC is eligible for admission to all programs of study at Bishop's University. 2. Certain programs of study require specific CEGEP courses in order to obtain a Bachelor's Degree in 90 credits (3 years). 3. Students who have not taken the prerequisite courses at the CEGEP level may take these courses once at Bishop's. They may be added to the student's program, thereby increasing the minimum amount of required credits to graduate. 4. Only programs for which specific CEGEP prerequisites exist are listed. All other programs do not have entry-level prerequisites. Bishop s University Program Handbook

10 Bishop s University Program Handbook

11 WILLIAMS SCHOOL OF BUSINESS Bishop s University Program Handbook

12 Business Studying Business Administration at the Williams School of Business means a hands-on, experiential business education. Analytical skills and creative approaches to solving real-life business problems are encouraged in our case format courses and seminars. The small classes provide a unique opportunity for students to discover their strengths and to transform their weaknesses as they hone their presentation and writing skills in a supportive learning environment. Students focus on how to apply real-world situations to business education, using a variety of approaches including a challenging mix of lectures, case format courses and seminars as well as visits from guest speakers and Executives in Residence. The Williams School of Business offers a Co-operative Education Program which allows Business students to combine their academic studies with integrated work experience. Bishop's very active commerce society, BUCS, enables students to become involved in a variety of business-related activities, case competition and workshops. Students in the Williams School of Business may work toward either a Bachelor of Business Administration (B.B.A.) or a Bachelor of Arts with a major in Business (B.A.). The B.B.A. program provides a solid foundation in core business subjects but also allows students to gain specialized knowledge in one of seven business concentrations. The B.A. program provides the same foundation in core business subjects but allows students the flexibility to combine their Business studies with a major or minor in another field. Degree Options: Bachelor of Business Administration (B.B.A); Concentrations available in Accounting, Marketing, Entrepreneurship, Finance, General Business Management, Human Resources & International Business Bachelor of Arts, Major Business (B.A.) Minor Business Administration (non-business students only) Minor Entrepreneurship (non-business students only) Certificate Business Administration Certificate Human Resources Departmental Highlights: SEED Portfolio: upper-year Finance students manage a $400,000 investment portfolio. Many International Business students study abroad for a semester or two at one of our 550 partner universities worldwide. Business students participate in a vast array of case competitions in all fields of study. The Williams School of Business has participated in all 16 years of the Network of International Business School case competitions, finishing 1 st six times and 2 nd three times. Our most recent victory was in 2013 in Belgium. Co-operative education allows students to alternate work and study, receive a competitive salary and academic credit and build their professional network. Popular Courses: Entrepreneurship: New Venture Creation Conflict and Negotiation Management of Innovation Sports Marketing International Marketing strategy Auditing Leadership in a Multicultural World Bishop s University Program Handbook

13 Student Opportunities: Organizations BUCS (Bishop s University Commerce Society) SEED portfolio (investment course) CPA Club (Accounting) Enactus Bishop s (Entrepreneur Club) Departmental Contacts: Interim Dean of the Williams School of Business Dr. Calin Valsan Office: HAM-213 Phone: ext Academic Advisor Charlene Marion Office: HAM- 201 Phone: ext Departmental Chair of Business Dr. Lourdes Zubieta Office: HAM-216 Phone: ext Link to program site: Business Concentration Descriptions Bachelor of Business Administration (B.B.A) with a Concentration in Accounting The Accounting concentration focuses on how companies, investors and governments compile, present and use financial information. Courses such as managerial accounting, taxation and auditing prepare students to become professional accountants and provide the basis for a variety of other business designations (C.I.M., C.B.I., etc.). Bachelor of Business Administration (B.B.A) with a Concentration in Entrepreneurship Students obtain a complete understanding of the entrepreneurial process required to turn an innovative idea into a new business venture.- a skill set with tremendous value in the job market. Entrepreneurship students gain valuable hands-on experience with local entrepreneurs through the Dobson-Lagassé Entrepreneurship Center on campus. Bachelor of Business Administration (B.B.A) with a Concentration in Finance Students master the principles of financial management and gain knowledge of investment management, capital budgeting, capital formation and risk hedging which allow them to pursue exciting careers in corporate finance, banking, portfolio management, securities research and financial planning. Students who complete the required accounting courses are qualified to write the first level C.F.A. (Chartered Financial Analyst) exams immediately upon graduation. Students in their final year can compete for positions as portfolio managers managing $400,000 in the SEED Portfolio. Bachelor of Business Administration (B.B.A) with a Concentration in General Business Management The General Business Management concentration allows students to specialize in a broad range of traditional business functions such as research methods, change management, interpersonal skills, innovation and entrepreneurship. Bishop s University Program Handbook

14 Bachelor of Business Administration (B.B.A) with a Concentration in Human Resource Management Courses such as human resource management, industrial relations, training and development and organizational behavior teach students how companies attract, develop and maintain a competitive workforce. Various options for certification as a human resource professional are available throughout Canada for students who complete this concentration. Bachelor of Business Administration (B.B.A) with a Concentration in International Business Business courses are combined with classes in Political Science, International Economics, and Geography to provide students with a broad vision of global organizational structures, business strategies and management practices. International Business students go abroad on exchange and take courses in Modern Languages to learn how to deal with different cultures, economies, currencies and government policies and to gain firsthand knowledge of current issues and challenges that global managers face. Bachelor of Business Administration (B.B.A) with a Concentration in Marketing Using analytical tools from Economics, Mathematics, Statistics, Business Management and the Social Sciences, Marketing students develop a comprehensive understanding of contemporary advertising and sales techniques, as well as the socio-environmental forces influencing marketing activities. Bishop s University Program Handbook

15 SCHOOL OF EDUCATION Bishop s University Program Handbook

16 Elementary Education Teacher Education has been an important part of Bishop's tradition since Emphasizing teaching as an intellectual pursuit and as a career with a great deal of social responsibility, we re educating the world s next generation of teachers to deliver knowledge using the latest methods and technologies. Hands-on, real world experience is combined with challenging and stimulating coursework in subjects such as linguistic diversity, multicultural education, and individual differences to prepare our graduates to teach in all parts of Canada, in the United States and overseas. The School of Education offers a two-step track leading to teacher certification as well as graduate programs for practicing educators. Students choose either an Elementary Education Profile or a Secondary Education Profile and earn a B.A. or B.Sc. before going on to complete a second degree, the B.Ed. New Minor! Students can complete a minor in Teaching English as a Second Language. This program is open to all students regardless of what their major is. This minor provides an opportunity for students to study how second languages are learned and taught, with an introduction to linguistics, second language acquisition research, and second language pedagogy. Degree Options: Two-step track to teacher certification: Bachelor of Arts, Major Educational Studies (B.A.) Bachelor of Education (B.Ed.) - Students apply to the B.Ed. step of the program at the end of the final year of the B.A. Minor in Teaching English as a Second Language Program Highlights: Our Education graduates will have spent 700 hours in schools upon graduation starting in the first semester. Small classes, intimate learning environment, intensive experience in school classrooms Innovative, committed faculty with expertise in a wide range of educational issues; stimulating courses Examples of Courses: Multicultural Education Educational Psychology Managing Classrooms/Student Behaviours Individual Differences Integrating Technology in the Classroom Student Opportunities: Organizations Big Buddies Best Buddies Frontier College Our Recent Grads have Pursued Careers in Teaching - in local, national and international schools Curriculum development Educational leadership Special needs education Orientation to Teaching Philosophy of Education Psychology of Reading Children s Literature Methods courses in all teaching subjects Bishop s University Mentoring and Tutoring Mae Sot Education Project Child development Speech therapy Graduate programs in a variety of areas in Education Bishop s University Program Handbook

17 Departmental Contact: Interim Dean of Education Dr. Avril Aitken Office: NIC 301 Phone: (819) ext Link to program site: Bishop s University Program Handbook

18 Secondary Education Teacher Education has been an important part of Bishop's tradition since Emphasizing teaching as an intellectual pursuit and as a career with a great deal of social responsibility, we re educating the world s next generation of teachers to deliver knowledge using the latest methods and technologies. Hands-on, real world experience is combined with challenging and stimulating coursework in subjects such as linguistic diversity, multicultural education, and individual differences to prepare our graduates to teach in all parts of Canada, in the United States and overseas. The School of Education offers a two-step track leading to teacher certification as well as graduate programs for practicing educators. Students choose either an Elementary Education Profile or a Secondary Education Profile and earn a B.A. or B.Sc. before going on to complete a second degree, the B.Ed. Students following a Secondary Profile graduate with a major in Education and a second major in a teachable subject. New Minor! Students can complete a minor in Teaching English as a Second Language. This program is open to all students regardless of what their major is. This minor provides an opportunity for students to study how second languages are learned and taught, with an introduction to linguistics, second language acquisition research, and second language pedagogy. Degree Options: Two-step track leading to teacher certification Bachelor of Arts (B.A.) or Bachelor of Science (B.Sc.). Double Major in Education and a teachable subject. Teachable subjects for the Secondary Education stream: Natural Sciences: Biology, Chemistry, Physics, Mathematics Humanities & Social Sciences: Drama, English, English Second Language Teaching, Fine Arts, French Second Language Teaching, French & Spanish, Music, Social Studies Bachelor of Education (B.Ed.) - Students apply to the B.Ed. step of the program at the end of their final year of the B.A. Minor in Teaching English as a Second Language. Program Highlights Our Education graduates will have spent 700 hours in schools upon graduation starting in the first semester. Small classes; intimate learning environment; intensive experience in school classrooms Innovative, committed faculty with expertise in a wide range of educational issues; stimulating courses Examples of Courses: Orientation to Teaching Multicultural Education Educational Psychology Multidisciplinarity in Teaching and Learning Managing Classrooms/Student Behaviours Philosophy of Education Methods courses in Teaching Subjects Integrating Technology in the Classroom Student Opportunities: Organizations Big Buddies Best Buddies Language Teaching Club Frontier College Bishop s University Mentoring and Tutoring Mae Sot Education Project Our Recent Grads have Pursued Careers in Bishop s University Program Handbook

19 Teaching - in local, national and international and overseas schools Curriculum development Educational leadership Special needs education Child development Speech therapy Graduate programs in a variety of areas in Education School of Education Contact: Interim Dean of Education Dr. Avril Aitken Office: NIC 301 Phone: (819) ext Link to program site: Bishop s University Program Handbook

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21 HUMANITIES Bishop s University Program Handbook

22 Arts Administration Arts Administration is a complex profession that can no longer be left to those with a love for the arts but no business background. This program seeks to provide a sound training for the new Arts Administrator. In addition to taking core courses in Business and one of the creative arts (Drama, Fine Arts or Music), students explore all aspects of Arts Administration for Non-Profit arts organizations and their various interactions with the public and private sectors. Although the program deals largely with the Non-Profit sector, the For-Profit sector will also be discussed. The aim of this course of study is to provide graduates with the knowledge to set up a successful Non-Profit arts organization and maintain it as a sustainable and viable entity. Students begin the program with an equal number of core courses in Business and in one of the creative arts. As they proceed with their core studies, they undertake the 12 required credits in Arts Administration. At the end of their program, students will be provided with an internship and will be placed in a variety of cultural venues consistent with their disciplinary focus. These organizations can be located anywhere in the world and often opens doors to future employment. Degree Options: Bachelor of Arts (B.A.) Major in Arts Administration-72 credits, composed of: o Business-30 credits o Drama or Fine Arts or Music-30 credits o Arts Administration-12 credits Certificate in Arts Management Program Highlights: A Program Director with extensive professional links in the Arts community across Canada and internationally All Arts Administration students take part in an internship. This provides work experience with a local or international cultural organization. Employment possibilities exist on campus through paid student internships in Centennial Theatre, the Foreman Art Gallery, and the Music Chez Nous Concert Series Possibility of completing a double major, in Arts Administration plus a second discipline, either in the Arts or in Business Popular Courses: Arts Administration: Internal Operations, The External and Legal Environment Business: Organizational Behaviour, Marketing Management Fine arts: Museology, Canadian Art Drama: Contemporary Canadian Drama, Intro to Technical Theatre Music: Canadian Music, Choral Ensemble Student Opportunities Organizations BU Drama Department BU Music Society Our Recent Grads have Pursued Careers in Community and regional performance halls Professional musical ensembles and entertainment companies Art galleries, national museums BU Fine Arts Club The Foreman Art Gallery Festival Management Recording studios and related music businesses Bishop s University Program Handbook

23 Multidisciplinary Program Co-ordinators: Coordinator of Arts Administration (Arts) Dr. Rebecca Harries Office: DIV 37 Phone: ext Coordinator of Arts Administration (Business) Dr. Lourdes Zubieta Office: HAM-216 Phone: ext Link to program site: Bishop s University Program Handbook

24 Classical Studies Socrates; Julius Caesar; Gladiators; The Olympic Games; Cleopatra; The Sphinx A student in the Classical Studies department will enter the world of the ancient Mediterranean. We focus especially on the civilizations of Greece and Rome and offer courses in their literature, mythology, history, culture, art and archaeology. Students have the opportunity to learn Latin, the language of Roman emperors and Christian popes, and Greek, the language of philosophy, tragedy and the New Testament. The courses offered by the faculty of the Classics department are also supplemented by related courses in the departments of Philosophy, Religion and the Liberal Arts. Many of our classes do not have prerequisites and thus we welcome students from all disciplines. In this regard most of the 200 level courses are suitable for students in their first year. All you need are interest and enthusiasm to begin your journey into the Classical world. Degree Options: Bachelor of Arts (B.A.) Honours in Classical Studies Major in Classical Studies Minor in Greek and Roman Civilization Minor in Classical Languages Minor in Classical Art and Archaeology Minor in Ancient History Program Highlights: We offer everyone with an interest in ancient Greece or Rome (whether it is art, archaeology, history or literature) the opportunity to learn ancient Greek and Latin we start with the very basic elements, so you don t need to know the languages before you get here. In most years, students are able to participate in 6-credit travel courses during the Spring or Summer term to Greece, Egypt, and Jordan. Several Classics courses are cross-listed to offer credits for Religion, Fine Arts, Philosophy and Political Studies. Popular Courses: You are What You Eat: Food, Community, and Culture in the Greek and Roman World Travellers, Tourists and Foreign Wars: Getting about in the Ancient Mediterranean World Art and Archaeology of Ancient Egypt Greek Art and Architecture Introduction to Classical Archaeology Rome: from the Republic to the Empire Democracy in the Ancient World Sports and Games in the Ancient World The Ancient World in Film and Television Student Opportunities: Organizations Humanities Festival: Classics students, in conjunction with other Humanities disciplines, host this annual event organized by BUHF (Bishop s University Humanities Federation) where departments organize activities to promote disciplines within the division of Humanities. The Codex: publication for Classics, Philosophy, Liberal Arts and Religion departments. There is a call for papers in January of every year. The Student Classics Society Bishop s University Humanities Federation Our Recent Grads have Pursued Careers in Publishing Writing Researching Teaching Library science Museology Journalism Civil service Theatre Film Archaeology Art history Computer Programming Bishop s University Program Handbook

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