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1 ARTS FACULTY OF ARTS: B.A. Bachelor of Arts GENERAL B.A. General: A 90 credit hour degree which provides a general education in the Humanities and Social Sciences with a concentration in at least two subject areas (the Major and Minor or a Double Major with no Minor). Choose the B.A. General if you need a degree as an employment requirement, or if you plan to enter an academic program that requires a three year degree, such as Education, Occupational Therapy or Medicine. DEGREE REQUIREMENTS IN THE FACULTY OF ARTS: The Faculty of Arts requires you to fulfill a five subject field requirement. To satisfy the subject field requirement for any B.A. degree (other than the B.A. Integrated Studies degree), you must complete 6 credit hours in each of five different subject fields. For example, 6 credit hours in Psychology, plus 6 credit hours in German, plus 6 credit hours in Mathematics, plus 6 credit hours in Music, plus 6 credit hours in Biology. The subject field requirement may be fulfilled by taking courses from faculties other than the Faculty of Arts. B.A. degrees also require 6 credit hours in each area of Humanities, Social Sciences and courses offered by the Faculty of Science. The Recommended Introductory Courses list identifies the courses that satisfy the Humanities, Social Science and Science requirements. A course subject may satisfy both the subject field requirement and the Humanities/Social Sciences/Science requirement. HUMANITIES: Course subjects taught by the Faculty of Arts that can be used towards the Humanities requirement and are open to first year students without a prerequisite include: All Arabic, Asian Studies, Canadian Studies, Catholic Studies, Classical Studies, English, Film, and Theatre (Note: ENGL 0930 (W) and ENGL 0940 (W) cannot be used to fulfill the Humanities requirement), French, German, Greek, Hebrew, History, Hungarian, Icelandic, Italian, Judaic Studies, Latin, Native Languages, Native Studies, Philosophy, Polish, Portuguese, Religion, Russian, Spanish, Ukrainian, WOMN 1500 (W) Introduction to Women s and Gender Studies in the Humanities, WOMN 2530 Writing Women s Lives, WOMN 2570 Soap Operas, Harlequins, and Talk Shows, WOMN 2600 Sex, Gender, Space and Place, and Yiddish. Some additional upper-level courses in GPE and WOMN requiring prerequisites may also be used, see the Faculty of Arts section of the Academic Calendar for details. School of Art courses open to first year students can also be used to satisfy the Humanities requirement: FAAH 1030, FAAH 1040 SOCIAL SCIENCES: Course subjects taught by the Faculty of Arts that can be used towards the Social Sciences requirement and are open to first year students without a prerequisite include: All Anthropology, Economics, Labour Studies, Linguistics, Political Studies, Psychology, Sociology. Other Arts courses include: ARTS 1160 Leadership: An Interdisciplinary Approach, GPE 1700 Social Justice in the 21st Century: Global Political Economy and Environmental Change, WOMN 1600 (W) Introduction to Women s and Gender Studies in the Social Sciences, WOMN 2510 Women and Education, WOMN 2560 (W) Women, Science and Technology and WOMN 2610 Gender, Transport and Social Justice. July 14, 2015 Page 1 of 10

2 Some additional upper-level courses in GPE and WOMN requiring prerequisites may also be used, see the Faculty of Arts section of the Academic Calendar for details. SCIENCE: Course subjects that satisfy the science requirement and are open to first year students without a prerequisite include: Faculty of Science: All courses in Astronomy, Biological Sciences, Chemistry, Computer Science, Mathematics, Microbiology, Physics, and Statistics. Faculty of Agricultural and Food Sciences: AGRI 1500, AGRI 1510, ENTM 1000, PLNT Some additional upper-level courses in PLNT and SOIL may also be used, see the Faculty of Arts section of the Academic Calendar for details. Clayton H. Riddell Faculty of Environment, Earth and Resources ENVR 1000, ENVR 2000, GEOG 12980, GEOL 1340, GEOL 1400, GEOL Some additional upper-level courses in GEOG and GEOL may also be used, see the Faculty of Arts section of the Academic Calendar for details. Faculty of Engineering ENG 1440, ENG 1450, ENG TIPS FOR CHOOSING COURSES: Choose your W and M requirements from the list of Recommended Introductory Courses. It is possible to satisfy the W requirement when you complete the Humanities requirement. It is possible to satisfy the M requirement when you complete the Science requirement. Your Humanities, Social Sciences and Sciences selections can also be used to fulfill the five subject field requirements. E.g. PSYC 1200 is 6 credit hours of Social Sciences or ENGL 1200 is 6 credit hours of Humanities and satisfies the W requirement. Advanced Placement (AP) or International Baccalaureate (IB) credit may be used to reduce the first year course load and as a prerequisite to 2000 level courses, where applicable. Contact your academic advisor for information and possible permission to register in upper level courses. An Interfaculty Option in Aging is available to students in this faculty. See the Centre on Aging for more information on the courses required for the option. Page 2 of 10

3 CHOOSE THE FOLLOWING COURSES FOR ARTS GENERAL DEGREE Please note that this is a planning guide; the Focused Approach is not required but will help you begin degree requirements. Choose the introductory courses for your future Major and Minor. Then add courses that help you meet the five subject field and the Humanities/Social Sciences/Science requirements. CHOOSE THE FOLLOWING COURSES: FOCUSED APPROACH BALANCED APPROACH SAMPLING APPROACH Introductory course(s) in future Major (1st subject field) Introductory course(s) in future Minor or 2nd Major (2nd subject field) Courses in 3rd subject field 6 Courses in 4th subject field 6 Courses in 5th subject field 6 Electives 12 Total Credit Hours From the courses selected above have you fulfilled: 6 credit hours of Humanities 6 credit hours of Social Science 6 credit hours of Science Written English (W) requirement Mathematics (M) requirement If you are admitted Direct Entry from high school to the Faculty of Arts, you should follow either the Focused or Balanced Approach for your course selection. ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS FROM UNIVERSITY 1: Admission to the Faculty of Arts is an automatic process, referred to as a transit, and therefore does not require an application process for admission to the faculty. Once you have completed credit hours of course work you are eligible to transit to the B.A. General degree. If you enter the Faculty of Arts under the B.A. General program you can always complete the specific requirements for the Advanced or Honours program following your transit to the Faculty of Arts and apply to the Honours or Advanced degree program in year two or three. In most cases, this can be done without additional years of study. See the Applicant Information Bulletin for more details. Minimum Credit Hours: Minimum Course Load: W Requirement: M Requirement: 24 credit hours. University 1 may be completed on a full-time or part-time basis. Admission requirements may be completed in the Summer Session. Not required for admission, but must be completed at the time of graduation.* Not required for admission, but must be completed at the time of graduation.* *Some programs include required first or second year courses that fulfill the W and M requirements. See your intended Major Program for specific details as listed by department in the Academic Calendar. Minimum GPA: Additional Requirements: No minimum cumulative GPA required but performance will be assessed upon entry. None. Selection Criteria: Transit upon completion of 24 credit hours. HIGH SCHOOL PREREQUISITES FOR UNIVERSITY-LEVEL COURSES: None. MINIMUM TIME TO GRADUATION: 3 years (90 credit hours). Page 3 of 10

4 INTRODUCTORY COURSE REQUIREMENTS FOR HONOURS, MAJOR, MINOR AND CONCENTRATION PROGRAMS Anthropology (Concentration, Minor, General Major, Advanced Major or Honours) ANTH 1210 Human Origins and Antiquity (3) and ANTH 1220 Cultural Anthropology (3) Asian Studies (Concentration, Minor, or General Major) ASIA 1420 (W) (also taught as HIST 1420) Asian Civilizations to 1500 (3) and ASIA 1430 (W) (also taught as HIST 1430) Asian Civilizations from 1500 (3) Canadian Studies (Concentration, Minor, General Major or Honours) Choose 6 credit hours at the 1000 or 2000 level from the list of approved courses in the Canadian Studies section of the Academic Calendar. Catholic Studies (Concentration or Minor) CATH 1190 (W) Introduction to Catholic Studies (3) and at least 3 credit hours from the list of approved courses in the Catholic Studies section of the Academic Calendar. Central and East European Studies (Concentration, Minor, General Major, Advanced Major or Double Honours) Choose 6 credit hours in a language at the 1000 or 2000 level in Russian, German, Ukrainian, Polish, Hungarian or Yiddish and 6 credit hours from the list of approved courses in the Central and East European Studies section of the Academic Calendar. Classics Classical Studies (Concentration, Minor, General Major or Advanced Major) CLAS 1270 Introduction to Ancient Greek Culture (3) and CLAS 1280 Introduction to Ancient Roman Culture (3) Greek (Concentration, Minor or Advanced Major) GRK 1010 Introduction to the Reading of Ancient Greek 1 (3) and GRK 1020 Introduction to the Reading of Ancient Greek 2 (3) Latin (Concentration, Minor or Advanced Major) LATN 1080 Introduction to the Reading of Latin 1 (3) and LATN 1090 Introduction to the Reading of Latin 2 (3) Economics (Concentration, Minor or General Major) ECON 1010 Introduction to Microeconomic Principles (3) and ECON 1020 Introduction to Macroeconomic Principles (3) ECON 1210 Introduction to Canadian Economic Issues and Policies (3) and Economics (Advanced Major or Honours) ECON 1010 Introduction to Microeconomic Principles (3) and ECON 1020 Introduction to Macroeconomic Principles (3) ECON 1210 Introduction to Canadian Economic Issues and Policies (3) and and MATH 1500 (M) Introduction to Calculus or MATH 1520 (M) Introductory Calculus for Management and Social Sciences Page 4 of 10

5 Economics/Mathematics (Joint Honours) or Economics/Statistics (Joint Honours) ECON 1010 Introduction to Microeconomic Principles (3) and ECON 1020 Introduction to Macroeconomic Principles (3) ECON 1210 Introduction to Canadian Economic Issues and Policies (3) and COMP 1010 Introductory Computer Science 1 (3) MATH 1220 (M) Linear Algebra 1 MATH 1230 Differential Calculus (3) or MATH 1500 (M) Introduction to Calculus (3) or MATH 1510 (M) Applied Calculus 1 (3) or MATH 1520 (M) Introductory Calculus for Management and Social Sciences (3) MATH 1232 (M) Integral Calculus 2 (3) or MATH 1700 (M) Calculus 2 (3) or MATH 1710 (M) Applied Calculus 2 (3) MATH 1240 (M) Elementary Discrete Mathematics (3) STAT 1000 (M) Basic Statistical Analysis 1 (3) Plus 9 credit hours of electives which should include a W course. English, Film and Theatre English (Concentration, Minor, General Major, Advanced Major or Honours) ENGL 1200 (W) Representative Literary Works (6) or ENGL 1300 (W) Literature Since 1900 (6) ENGL 1340 (W) Introduction to Literary Analysis (3) and ENGL 1400 (W) Thematic Approaches to the Study of Literature (3) Film Studies (Concentration, Minor, General Major or Advanced Major) FILM 1290 Art of Film I (3) and FILM 1310 Film History (3) Theatre (General, Concentration or Minor) THTR 1220 Introduction to Theatre (6) Theatre (Advanced Major) THTR 1220 Introduction to Theatre (6) and ENGL 1200 (W) Representative Literary Works (6) or ENGL 1300 (W) Literature Since 1900 (6) ENGL 1340 (W) Introduction to Literary Analysis (3) and ENGL 1400 (W) Thematic Approaches to the Study of Literature (3) Page 5 of 10

6 French, Spanish and Italian French (Concentration, Minor, General Major, Advanced Major or Honours) FREN 1190 Français (6) or FREN 1200 French 1 (6) Spanish (Concentration, Minor, General Major or Advanced Major) SPAN 1180 Introductory Spanish (6) or SPAN 1190 Introductory Spanish II (3) or SPAN 1280 Spanish For Native Speakers (3) and 3 credit hours from Spanish courses numbered at the 2000 level Italian (Concentration or minor) ITLN 1080 Introductory Italian (6) Italian Studies (General Major or Advanced Major) ITLN 1080 Introductory Italian (6) German and Slavic Studies German (Concentration, Minor, General Major or Honours) GRMN 1120 Beginning German (6) or GRMN 2100 Intermediate German (6) Polish (Concentration or Minor) Choose 6 credit hours from POL courses Russian (Concentration, Minor or General Major) Choose 6 credit hours from: RUSN 1300 Introductory Russian (6) RUSN 1330 Introductory Russian 2 (3) RUSN 2810 Intermediate Russian (6) RUSN 2820 Intermediate Russian 2 (3) Ukrainian (Concentration, Minor or General Major) Choose 6 credit hours from: UKRN 1310 Introductory Ukrainian (6) UKRN 1320 Introductory Ukrainian 2 (3) UKRN 2720 Intermediate Ukrainian (6) UKRN 2730 Intermediate Ukrainian 2 (3) Global Political Economy (General Major) For the General Major, choose: ECON 1010 Introduction to Microeconomic Principles (3) and ECON 1020 Introduction to Macroeconomic Principles (3) ECON 1210 Introduction to Canadian Economic Issues and Policies (3) and and 6 credit hours from: HIST 1370 (W) An Introduction to Modern World History: (3) HIST 1380 (W) An Introduction to Modern World History: 1800 Present (3) HIST 1500 (W) An Introduction to Modern World History: 1500 Present (6) HIST 2380 (W) The Twentieth-Century World (6) HIST 2720 (W) The World Since 1945 (6) GPE 1700 Social Justice in the 21st Century: Global Political Economy and Environment Change (3) Additional suggested electives are listed in the Global Political Economy section of the Academic Calendar Page 6 of 10

7 Global Political Economy (Advanced Major) For the Advanced Major, choose: ECON 1010 Introduction to Microeconomic Principles (3) and ECON 1020 Introduction to Macroeconomic Principles (3) ECON 1210 Introduction to Canadian Economic Issues and Policies (3) and and 6 credit hours from: HIST 1370 (W) An Introduction to Modern World History: (3) HIST 1380 (W) An Introduction to Modern World History: 1800 Present (3) HIST 1500 (W) An Introduction to Modern World History: 1500 Present (6) HIST 2380 (W) The Twentieth-Century World (6) HIST 2720 (W) The World Since 1945 (6) GPE 1700 Social Justice in the 21 st Century: Global Political Economy and Environment Change (3) POLS 1000 Democracy and Development (3) History (Concentration, Minor, General Major, Advanced Major or Honours) Choose 6 credit hours of 1000 or 2000 level History or 3 credit hours at the 1000 level and 3 credit hours at the 2000 level. See the list of Recommended Introductory Courses for a list of 1000 and 2000 level History courses. All University of Manitoba History courses at the 1000 or 2000 level meet the W requirement. Icelandic (Concentration, Minor, General Major or Honours) Choose either Option1 or Option 2: Option 1: ICEL 1200 Introduction to Icelandic (6) Option 2: ICEL 1400 Introduction to Contemporary Culture in Iceland (3) and ICEL 1410 Introduction to Culture in Medieval Iceland (3) Judaic Studies Program (Concentration or Minor) Choose 6 credit hours from Judaic Studies courses or courses from List A as found in the Academic Calendar. Labour Studies (Concentration, Minor, General Major or Advanced Major) LABR 1260 (W) Working for a Living (3) and LABR 1290 Introduction to the Canadian Labour Movement (3) Latin American Studies (Concentration or Minor) This is a cross-disciplinary program. Consult the program advisor, and see the Latin American Studies section of the Academic Calendar. Linguistics (Concentration, Minor, General Major or Advanced Major) LING 1200 Introduction to Linguistics (6) LING 1380 General Phonetics (recommended) (3) Medieval and Early Modern Studies (General Major or Advanced Major) Choose History 2390 Early Modern Europe (6) or History 2420 The Medieval World (6) and 6 credit hours from Greek or Latin courses Medieval and Early Modern Studies (Concentration or Minor) Choose History 2390 Early Modern Europe (6) or History 2420 The Medieval World (6) Page 7 of 10

8 Native Studies (Concentration, Minor, General Major or Advanced Major) NATV 1200 (W) The Native Peoples of Canada (6) NATV 1220 (W) The Native Peoples of Canada, Part 1 (3) and NATV 1240 (W) The Native Peoples of Canada, Part 2 (3) Native Languages Cree (Concentration or Minor) NATV 1250 Introductory Cree 1 (3) and NATV 1260 Introductory Cree 2 (3) Ojibway (Concentration or Minor) NATV 1270 Introductory Ojibway 1 (3) and NATV 1280 Introductory Ojibway 2 (3) Aboriginal Governance Stream with required Minor in Business (Advanced Major) For information on this program contact the Department of Native Studies. NATV 1200 (W) The Native Peoples of Canada (6) NATV 1220 (W) The Native Peoples of Canada, Part 1(3) and NATV 1240 (W) The Native Peoples of Canada, Part 2 (3) Consider taking the following courses in University 1, as they will be required for degree completion: ACC 1100 Introductory Financial Accounting (3) ECON 1010 Introduction to Microeconomic Principles (3) or ECON 1210 Introduction to Canadian Economic Issues and Policies (3) or GMGT 2060 Management and Organizational Theory (3) MKTG 2210 Fundamentals of Marketing (3) Philosophy (Concentration, Minor, General Major, Advanced Major or Honours) PHIL 1200 Introduction to Philosophy (6) or PHIL 1320 Introductory Logic (6) Political Studies (Concentration, Minor, General Major, Advanced Major or Honours) Choose 6 credit hours from: POLS 1000 Democracy and Development (3) POLS 1010 Political Ideas and Ideologies (3) POLS 1040 Global Political Issues (3) POLS 1070 Law, Politics and Power in Canada (3) POLS 1500 (W) Introduction to Politics (6) Psychology (Concentration, Minor, General Major, Advanced Major or Honours) PSYC 1200 Introduction to Psychology (6) Note: Students applying to the Honours program must also complete Psychology 2260 with a mark of B or higher. Religion (Concentration, Minor, General Major, Advanced Major or Honours) Choose 6 credit hours of Religion courses. See the list of Recommended Introductory Courses for course options. Sociology (Concentration, Minor, General Major or Honours) SOC 1200 Introduction to Sociology (6) Page 8 of 10

9 Criminology (General Major or Honours) SOC 1200 Introduction to Sociology (6) Note: Sociology and Criminology may not be used together in a Major/Minor combination Ukrainian Canadian Heritage Studies (Concentration, Minor, General Major or Advanced Major) This is a cross-disciplinary program. Choose 6 credit hours of courses from List A found in the Ukrainian Canadian Heritage Studies section of the Academic Calendar. Women s and Gender Studies (Concentration, Minor, General Major, Advanced Major or Honours) For the Concentration, Minor, General Major, or Advanced Major choose: WOMN 1500 (W) Introduction to Women s and Gender Studies in the Humanities (3) or WOMN 1600 (W) Introduction to Women s and Gender Studies in the Social Sciences (3) For the Honours choose: WOMN 1500 (W) Introduction to Women s and Gender Studies in the Humanities (3) and WOMN 1600 (W) Introduction to Women s and Gender Studies in the Social Sciences (3) MAJORS, MINORS AND CONCENTRATIONS FROM OTHER FACULTIES AND SCHOOLS Fine Arts History of Art (Concentration, Minor or General Major) FAAH 1030 Introduction to Art 1A (3) and FAAH 1040 Introduction to Art 2A (3) Management Business (Concentration or Minor) A grade of C or better in the first 6 credit hours of Business courses is required for further study in the Minor. Limited space is reserved for non-management students in Business courses during Initial Registration. Further space may be available when the reserves expire. Reserve information, including the release date of reserved space, is listed for each course in the Class Schedule in Aurora. Choose 6 credit hours of the following courses: Science GMGT 1010 Business and Society (3) GMGT 2060 Management and Organizational Theory (3) Prerequisite: A grade of D or higher in GMGT GMGT 2070 Introduction to Organizational Behaviour (3) ENTR 2010 Managing the Smaller Business (3) ENTR 2020 Starting a New Business (3) MKT 2210 Fundamentals of Marketing (3) Mathematics (Concentration, Minor, General Major or Advanced Major) See the Mathematics section under the Faculty of Arts in the Academic Calendar for details. For the Advanced Major or General Major, choose the following: MATH 1200 (M) Elements of Discrete Mathematics (3) (for the General Major only) or MATH 1240 (M) Elementary Discrete Mathematics (3) MATH 1220 (M) Linear Algebra 1 (3) or MATH 1300 (M) Vector Geometry and Linear Algebra (3) MATH 1230 (M) Differential Calculus (3) or MATH 1500 (M) Introduction to Calculus (3) or MATH 1510 (M) Applied Calculus 1 (3) or MATH 1520 (M) Introductory Calculus for Management and Social Sciences (3) Page 9 of 10

10 MATH 1232 (M) Integral Calculus (3) or MATH 1700 (M) Calculus 2 (3) or MATH 1710 (M) Applied Calculus 2 (3) For the Concentration, Minor, choose 6 credit hours from the following: MATH 1200 (M) Elements of Discrete Mathematics (3) or MATH 1240 (M) Elements of Discrete Mathematics (3) (pending Senate approval) MATH 1300 (M) Vector Geometry and Linear Algebra (3) or MATH 1220 (M) Linear Algebra 1 (pending Senate approval) MATH 1500 (M) Introduction to Calculus (3) or MATH 1230 (M) Differential Calculus (3) or MATH 1510 (M) Applied Calculus 1 (3) or MATH 1520 (M) Introductory Calculus for Management and Social Sciences (3) MATH 1232 (M) Integral Calculus (3) or MATH 1700 (M) Calculus 2 (3) or MATH 1710 (M) Applied Calculus 2 (3) Other Science Disciplines Minors in most other Science disciplines may be declared as a Concentration or Minor in B.A. degrees. See the Faculty of Science program tables, listed by department, in the Academic Calendar. Other Faculties All recognized minors in other faculties and schools are acceptable for credit in the Faculty of Arts. Please see the appropriate faculty or school sections of the Academic Calendar for details. Option in Aging (Concentration only) An Interfaculty Option in Aging is available to students in this faculty. See the Centre on Aging for more information on the courses required for the option. NEED MORE INFORMATION? umanitoba.ca/u1 umanitoba.ca/arts Page 10 of 10

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