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1 Acceptable Complementary Studies Electives 2016/2017 Fall & Winter Terms Please read this note carefully before reviewing the list: Many of these courses require upper year standing and course prerequisites, some of which are not eligible themselves as Complementary Studies. Some are reserved primarily for other programs, including Minors. If you do not meet the prerequisite or registration requirements, contact the department offering the course through Carleton Central s Override Request form to request a seat in the course. PLEASE NOTE: Registration in CUOL (CUTV) VOD sections of these courses is NOT ACCEPTABLE. FA 0.5 credit WN 0.5 credit FA / WN 1.0 credit AFRI 1001 Intro to African Studies x AFRI 1002 Intro to African Studies II x AFRI 2002 The Horn of Africa x AFRI 2005 West Africa x AFRI 2006 Southern Africa x ALDS 2704 Bilingualism x ANTH 1001 Introduction to Anthropology x x ANTH 1002 Introduction to Issues in Anthropology x x ANTH 2001 Foundations in Socio-Cultural Anthropology x ANTH 2020 Race and Ethnicity x ANTH 2500 Culture and Symbols x ANTH 2510 Theories of Human Nature x ANTH 2550 Religion and Society x x ANTH 2610 Studies in Indigenous Peoples x ANTH 2620 Ethnography of Sub-Saharan Africa X ANTH 2630 Studies in Asian Societies x ANTH 2650 Ethnography of Mesoamerica x ANTH 2850 Development and Underdevelopment x x ARTH 1100 Art and Society: Prehistory to Renaissance x ARTH 1101 Art and Society: Renaissance to Present x ARTH 1105 Art as Visual Communication x ARTH 1200 History & Theory of Architecture 1 x ARTH 1201 History & Theory of Architecture 2 x ARTH 2003 Canadian 20 th Century & Contemporary Art x ARTH 2006 Arts of the First Peoples x ARTH 2007 Asian Art x (pg 1/7)...continue to page 2

2 page 2 ARTH 2102 Greek Art and Archaeology x ARTH 2105 Roman Art and Archaeology x ARTH 2300 Italian Renaissance Art x ARTH 2310 Arch of Early Modern Europe x ARTH 2406 European Art of 18 th Century x ARTH 2502 European Art of 19 th Century x ARTH 2510 Arch of the 18th & 19th Cent x ARTH 2600 Modern European Art: x ARTH 2601 History & Theory of Photography x BUSI 2101 Organizational Behaviour x x BUSI 2121 Intro to Organizational Behaviour x x CDNS 1000 Intro to Canadian Studies x CDNS 1002 Themes in the Study of Canada x CDNS 2000 Debating Canada x CDNS 2300 Critical Nationalism x x CDNS 2400 Heritage Conservation in Canada x CDNS 2600 Branding Canada x CGSC 1001 Mysteries of the Mind x x CGSC 2001 Introduction to Cognitive Science x x CHST 1000 Childhood in Global Context x x CHST 1002 Childhood in Canadian Context x x CLCV 1002 Survey of Greek Civilization x x CLCV 1003 Survey of Roman Civilization x x CLCV 1008 Introduction to Archaeology I x CLCV 1009 Introduction to Archaeology II x CLCV 2008 Greek and Roman Epic x CLCV 2010 Greek and Roman Drama x CLCV 2103 Greek Religion x CLCV 2104 Roman Religion x CLCV 2303 Greek Art and Archaeology x CLCV2104 Roman Art and Archaeology x CLCV 2500 Classical Mythology x CLCV 2902 History of Ancient Greece I x CLCV 2903 History of Ancient Greece II x CLCV 2904 History of Ancient Rome I x CLCV 2905 History of Ancient Rome II x CLCV 2906 Studies Classical Civilization x COMS 1000 Intro to Comm and Media St x

3 page 3 CRCJ 1000 Introduction to Criminology & Criminal Justice x x DBST 1001 Intro to Disability Studies x x DIGH 2001 Intro to Digital Humanities X ENGL 1000 Literature, Genre, Context x ENGL 1009 Literature in Global Context x ENGL 1010 Writing an English Essay x x ENGL 1100 Lit., Law, and Criminality x x ENGL 1300 Lit., Psychology, and the Mind x x ENGL 1400 Literature, Art, and Culture x ENGL 1609 Introduction to Drama Studies x ENGL 2005 Theory and Criticism x x ENGL 2011 Children's Literature x x ENGL 2012 Greek and Roman Epic x ENGL 2100 Topics in Popular Culture x x ENGL 2103 Introduction to the Novel x x ENGL 2107 Science Fiction x x ENGL 2108 Women and Literature x ENGL 2109 Gender, Sexuality & Literature x ENGL 2300 British Literatures I x ENGL 2400 Intro to Digital Humanities x ENGL 2500 Classical Mythology x ENGL 2600 History of World Cinema I x ENGL 2601 History of World Cinema II x ENGL 2605 Greek and Roman Drama x ENGL 2609 Drama Studies x ENGL 2700 American Literature I x ENGL 2701 American Literatures II x ENGL 2802 Canadian Literatures x ENGL 2900 Literature of the Self x ENGL 2906 Culture and Society x x ENGL 2908 Celtic Literatures x ENGL 2926 African Literatures I x ENGL2936 South Asian Literatures l x ENST 1001 Intro to Environmental Studies x ENST 1020 People, Places & Environments x x ENST 2000 Nature/Environment/Society x ENST 2001 Sustainable Futures x ENST 2500 Climate Change: SS Perspectives x EURR 1001 Intro European Russian Studies x

4 page 4 EURR 2001 Current Issue European Politics & Society x EURR 2002 Europe and Russia in the World x FILM 1000 Introduction to Film Studies x FILM 2000 Intro Film Theory & Analysis x FILM 2101 The Film Industry x FILM 2201 National Cinema x FILM 2207 The Canadian Cinema I x FILM 2208 The Canadian Cinema x FILM 2401 The Film Maker x x FILM 2601 Film Genres x FILM 2606 History of World Cinema I x FILM 2607 History of World Cinema II x FREN 2201 Intro aux etudes litteraires x GEOG 1020 People, Places & Environments x x GEOG 2200 Global Connections x GEOG 2300 Space, Place and Culture x GEOG 2400 Cities and Urbanization x GEOG 2500 Climate Change: SS Perspectives x GEOG 2600 Geography behind the Headlines x HIST 1001 The Making of Europe x HIST 1002 Europe in the 20th Century x HIST 1300 The Making of Canada x HIST 1707 World History x HIST 2001 Early Medieval Europe x HIST 2002 Late Medieval Europe x HIST 2102 Modern Thought & Culture in the 20 th Century x HIST 2204 Early Modern Europe x HIST 2206 Early Modern Europe X HIST 2303 Canadian Political History x HIST 2304 Social & Cultural History of Canada x HIST 2308 Colonial Latin America x HIST 2312 History: Indian Ocean World x HIST 2401 History of United States to 1865 x HIST 2402 History of United States from 1865 x HIST 2502 Modern Britain x HIST 2506 Intro to Women s & Gender History x HIST th Century Germany X HIST th Century Germany x

5 page 5 HIST 2600 History of Russia x HIST 2706 Ancient & Pre-Colonial Africa x HIST 2707 Modern Africa x HIST 2710 Introduction to Caribbean History x HIST 2802 War and Society in Modern Europe x HIST 2803 War and Society in Modern Europe x HIST 2806 History of Japan x HIST 2809 The Historian's Craft x x HIST 2902 History of Ancient Greece I x HIST 2903 History of Ancient Greece II x HIST 2904 History of Ancient Rome I x HIST 2905 History of Ancient Rome II x HUMR 1001 Introduction to Human Rights x HUMR 2001 Human Rights: Theory & Foundation x HUMR 2202 Power Relations & Human Rights x HUMR 2401 Political Repression x HUMR 2402 Agents of Political Violence x INDG 1000 Introduction to Indigenous Studies x Indigenous Encounters with Colonial and INDG 2010 x Nation-Building Projects in Canada INDG 2011 Contemporary Indigenous Issues x JOUR 1003 Discovering Journalism x LACS 1001 LACS 1002 Introduction to Latin American and Caribbean Studies I Introduction to Latin American and Caribbean Studies II LAWS 1000 Introduction to Legal Studies x LAWS 2105 Social Justice & Human Rights x x LAWS 2201 Persons and Property x x LAWS 2202 Obligations x x LAWS 2301 Criminal Justice System x x LAWS 2302 Criminal Law x x LAWS 2501 Law, State and Constitution x x LAWS 2502 Law, State and Citizen x x LAWS 2601 Public International Law x x LAWS 2908 Approaches in Legal Studies l x x LING 1100 The Mysteries of Language x MEMS 2001 Discover Med & Early-Mod Past x x x

6 page 6 MUSI 1000 Intro to the Study of Music x MUSI 1001 Classical Music History x MUSI 1002 Issues in Popular Music x x MUSI 2005 Intro to Jazz History x MUSI 2006 Popular Music before 1945 x MUSI 2007 Popular Music after 1945 x MUSI 2008 Music of the World's Peoples x MUSI 2102 Music of the Baroque Era x MUSI th Century Music to 1945 x MUSI 2106 Music Since World War ll x PHIL 1000 Introductory Philosophy x x PHIL 1200 The Meaning of Life x x PHIL 1301 Mind, World, & Knowledge x x PHIL 1550 Intro Ethics & Social Issues x PHIL 1610 Great Philosophical Ideas 1 x PHIL 1620 Great Philosophical Ideas 2 x PHIL 1700 Philosophy of Love and Sex x PHIL 2001 Introduction to Logic x x PHIL 2003 Critical Thinking x x PHIL 2005 Greek Philosophy &Western Tradition x PHIL 2010 Issues in Theoretical Philosophy x PHIL 2020 Issues in Practical Philosophy x PHIL 2101 History of Ethics x PHIL 2103 Philosophy of Human Rights x PHIL 2106 Information Ethics x PHIL 2201 Intro to Marxist Philosophy x PHIL 2301 Intro to Philosophy of Science x PHIL 2306 Philosophy and Feminism x PHIL 2380 Intro to Environmental Ethics x PHIL 2408 Bioethics x PHIL 2501 Intro to Philosophy of Mind x PHIL 2504 Language and Communication x PHIL 2540 Personal Identity and the Self x PHIL 2550 Moral Psychology x PHIL 2601 Philosophy of Religion x PSCI 1100 Democracy in Theory & Practice x x PSCI 1200 World Politics x x PSCI 2002 Canadian Political Environment x x PSCI 2003 Canadian Political Institution x x

7 page 7 PSCI 2101 Comparative Politics of Global North x x PSCI 2102 Comparative Politics of Global South x x PSCI 2200 Introduction to U.S. Politics x PSCI 2301 History of Political Thought I x PSCI 2302 History of Political Thought II x PSCI 2401 Public Affairs Analysis x PSCI 2500 Gender and Politics x PSCI 2601 International Relations: Global Politics x x International Relations: Global Political PSCI 2602 Economy x x RELI 1710 Judaism, Christianity, Islam x RELI 1715 South Asian Religions x RELI 1716 East Asian Religions x RELI 1720 Global Indigenous Religions x RELI 1730 Interpretations of Religion x RELI 2110 Judaism x RELI 2121 Hebrew Bible x RELI 2220 Early Christianity x RELI 2225 Christianity x RELI 2310 Islam x RELI 2330 The Qur an x RELI 2410 Buddhism x RELI 2510 Hinduism x RELI 2535 Gender and Religion x RELI 2710 Maccabees to Muhammad x RELI 2713 Mysticism x RELI 2732 Death and Afterlife x RELI 2735 Greek Religion x RELI 2736 Religion and Society x x RELI 2737 Roman Religion x RELI 2750 Sikhism x SAST 1001 Intro to South Asian Studies I x SAST 1002 Intro South Asian Studies II x SOCI 1001 Introduction to Sociology I x x SOCI 1002 Introduction Sociology II x SOCI 2005 Classical Social Theory x SOCI 2010 Power and Stratification x SOCI 2020 Race and Ethnicity x SOCI 2035 Technology, Culture & Society x

8 page 8 SOCI 2040 Food, Culture and Society x SOCI 2043 Sociology of the Family x SOCI 2045 Gender and Society x SOCI 2050 Sociology of Health x SOCI 2160 War and Society x SOCI 2445 Sociology of Deviance x x SOCI 2450 Criminology x x SOCI 2702 Power & Everyday Life x SOCI 2705 Popular Culture in Digital Age x SOCI 2810 Selected Topics in Sociology x x SOWK 1000 Social Work and Social Welfare x SXST 2101 Sexuality Studies: A Critical Introduction x TSES 3001 Technology-Society Interaction x TSES 3002 Energy Sustainability x TSES 4001 Technology & Society Risk x TSES 4005 Information Technology/Society x TSES 4007 Product Life Cycle Analysis x TSES 4011 Technology & Society: Development x TSES 4012 Science & Fiction: Creating Tomorrow x TSES 4014 Technology-Society: Time x WGST 1808 Intro Women's & Gender Studies x WGST 2800 Intersectional Identities x WGST 2801 Activism, Feminisms & Social Justice x WGST 2803 Body Matter: The Politics of Bodies x WGST 2811 Masculinities x WGST 2812 Selected Topics: Women s and Gender Studies x WGST 2814 Gender, Sexuality and Cultural Production x As of June 14 th, 2016 (pg 7/7)

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