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1 First Year Course Selection Guide 2015 INTRODUCTION The following first-year course selection recommendations are based on the assumption that the student is enrolling in 30 credits. Students may choose to take fewer than 30 credits and should consult with an advisor on which courses/credits are most important to take in first year. The courses below are recommendations for first year course selection, designed for new students with little or no transfer credit from another post-secondary institution. Students with transfer credits should consult with an advisor regarding course selection. For upper-level courses and complete degree and program requirements, please consult the Undergraduate Calendar. ADMINISTRATIVE STUDIES BACHELOR OF ADMINISTRATIVE STUDIES AP ADMS (FALL) and AP ADMS (WINTER) AP ECON (FALL) and AP ECON (WINTER) AP ADMS (WINTER) only for those specializing in Accounting or Finance (Note: Modes of Reasoning courses are recommended for Administrative Studies majors.) 3 or 6 credits chosen from subjects other than your major or general education subjects.

2 AFRICAN STUDIES INTERDISCIPLINARY LINKED PROGRAM BACHELOR OF ARTS AP/ANTH or AP/GEOG or AP/HIST or 6 credits from a secondary (linked) major 3 or 6 credits chosen from subjects other than your major or general education subjects. ANTRHOPOLOGY BACHELOR OF ARTS & INTERNATIONAL BACHELOR OF ARTS AP/ANTH AP/ANTH (This course will satisfy 6 credits of General Education requirements from the Social Science area.) Courses outside the major 6 to 12 credits chosen from subjects other than your major or general education subjects. BUSINESS ECONOMICS BACHELOR OF ARTS (NOTE: Business Economics majors should enrol in AP/ECON courses below. DO NOT enroll in GL/BUEC courses.) AP/ECON (Fall term) and AP/ECON (Winter term)

3 AP/ECON (Fall term) and AP/ECON (Winter term) AP/ITEC credit outside the Major course (ADMS recommended) BUSINESS AND SOCIETY BACHELOR OF ARTS AP/SOSC (NOTE: Business and Society majors who are recommended to take an ESL Social Science should take the ESL version of this course SOSC instead) AP/ECON and AP/ECON Note: Business and Society majors must choose two streams (areas of concentration). You can read more about the streams here: Please declare your streams here: You are recommended to take a 6 or 3 credit course from one of your chosen streams below: Business Ethics and Corporate Social Responsibility AP/SOSC or AP/PHIL The Environment ES/ENVS or ES/ENVS The Firm and Organization AP/SOSC The Global Economy

4 AP/POLS or AP/POLS Law and Governance AP/SOSC The Social Economy AP/SOSC Courses outside the major are not recommended for Business and Society majors in first year. CANADIAN STUDIES BACHELOR OF ARTS AP/CDNS/HUMA or 3 credit introductory level course from the Canadian Studies list of courses (see the York University Calendar) 3 or 6 credits chosen from subjects other than your major or general education subjects.

5 CHILDREN S STUDIES BACHELOR OF ARTS AP/HUMA Section A. Note: a minimum grade of B is required in this course in order to continue in the program. 6 credit introductory level course chosen from the Children s Studies list of courses (see the York University Calendar) or a 6 credit outside the Major course 3 credits chosen from subjects other than your major or general education subjects (optional) CLASSICAL STUDIES BACHELOR OF ARTS AP/GK or AP/LA AP/HUMA or AP/HUMA or AP/HIST Courses outside the major are not recommended for Classical Studies majors in first year.

6 CLASSICS BACHELOR OF ARTS AP/HUMA or AP/HUMA or AP/HIST AP/GK or AP/GK AP/LA or AP/LA Courses outside the major are not recommended for Classics majors in first year. COGNITIVE SCIENCE BACHELOR OF ARTS AP/COGS AP/LING or AP/LING HH/PSYC credits chosen from subjects other than your major or general education subjects

7 COMMUNICATION STUDIES BACHELOR OF ARTS & INTERNATIONAL BACHELOR OF ARTS AP/COMN or 12 credits chosen from subjects other than your major or general education subjects CRIMINOLOGY BACHELOR OF ARTS AP/CRIM/SOSC Note: This course is open to Criminology majors only. A minimum grade of B is required in this course in order to continue in the program. 6 or 9 credits chosen from subjects other than your major or general education subjects CULTURE AND EXPRESSION BACHELOR OF ARTS AP/CLTR 2100/HUMA credit introductory level course from the Culture and Expression list of courses (see York University Calendar)

8 3 or 6 credits chosen from subjects other than your major or general education subjects DISASTER AND EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT BACHELOR OF DISASTER AND EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT AP/ADMS AP/ADMS LE/ESSE or 6 credits chosen from subjects other than your major or general education subjects EAST ASIAN STUDIES BACHELOR OF ARTS AP/HIST or AP/HUMA AP/CH or AP/JP or AP/KOR (as determined by in person placement questionnaire. Please contact Department of Languages, Literatures and Linguistics.)

9 3 or 6 credits chosen from subjects other than your major or general education subjects ECONOMICS BACHELOR OF ARTS AP/ECON (Fall term) and AP/ECON (Winter term) AP/ECON (Fall term) and AP/ECON (Winter term) 3 or 6 credits chosen from subjects other than your major or general education subjects ENGLISH BACHELOR OF ARTS AP/EN and AP/EN

10 9 or 12 credits chosen from subjects other than your major or general education subjects ENGLISH AND PROFESSIONAL WRITING BACHELOR OF ARTS AP/WRIT and AP/WRIT AP/EN and AP/EN or 6 credits chosen from subjects other than your major or general education subjects EUROPEAN STUDIES INTERDISCIPLINARY LINKED PROGRAM BACHELOR OF ARTS & INTERNATIONAL BACHELOR OF ARTS 6 credits from a secondary (linked) major 6 credit language course (as determined by in person placement questionnaire. Please contact Department of Languages, Literatures and Linguistics.) Or, an introductory 6 credit course from the European Studies list of courses (see York University Calendar).

11 3 or 6 credits chosen from subjects other than your major or general education subjects FINANCIAL AND BUSINESS ECONOMICS BACHELOR OF ARTS AP/ECON (Fall term) and AP/ECON (Winter term) AP/ECON (Fall term) and AP/ECON (Winter term) AP/ITEC credits chosen from subjects other than your major or general education subjects (ADMS recommended) FRENCH STUDIES BACHELOR OF ARTS & INTERNATIONAL BACHELOR OF ARTS 6 credit FR language course as determined by placement questionnaire. Contact French Studies office for details. 3 to 9 credits chosen from subjects other than your major or general education subjects

12 GENDER AND WOMEN S STUDIES BACHELOR OF ARTS AP/GWST (6 credits will count toward major requirements; 3 credits count towards total number of credits for the degree) or AP/GWST credits chosen from subjects other than your major or general education subjects GEOGRAPHY BACHELOR OF ARTS & INTERNATIONAL BACHELOR OF ARTS AP/GEOG AP/GEOG or AP/GEOG or 6 credits chosen from subjects other than your major or general education subjects GEOGRAPHY AND URBAN STUDIES BACHELOR OF ARTS AP/GEOG

13 AP/GEOG or AP/GEOG or 6 credits chosen from subjects other than your major or general education subjects GERMAN STUDIES BACHELOR OF ARTS & INTERNATIONAL BACHELOR OF ARTS German language, literature and culture stream 6 credit GER language course as determined by placement questionnaire. Contact the Department of Languages, Literatures and Linguistics for details. 6 to 9 credits chosen from subjects other than your major or general education subjects German culture and society stream 6 credit GER language course as determined by placement questionnaire. Contact the Department of Languages, Literatures and Linguistics for details.

14 6 to 9 credits chosen from subjects other than your major or general education subjects GLOBAL POLITICAL STUDIES BACHELOR OF ARTS AP/POLS AP/POLS or AP/POLS or AP/POLS AP/ECON and AP/ECON (recommended) Courses outside the major are not recommended for Global Political Studies majors in first year. HEALTH AND SOCIETY BACHELOR OF ARTS AP/SOSC to 12 credits chosen from subjects other than your major or general education subjects

15 HELLENIC STUDIES BACHELOR OF ARTS 6 to 12 credits at the introductory level from the Hellenic Studies list of courses (see the York University Calendar) 3 or 6 credits chosen from subjects other than your major or general education subjects. HISTORY BACHELOR OF ARTS & INTERNATIONAL BACHELOR OF ARTS 6 credit 1000-level AP/HIST course 6 credit 2000-level AP/HIST course (optional) 3 to 12 credits chosen from subjects other than your major or general education subjects HUMANITIES BACHELOR OF ARTS AND INTERNATIONAL BACHELOR OF ARTS 6 or 9 credit 1000-level AP/HUMA

16 3 or 6 credits chosen from subjects other than your major or general education subjects (optional) HUMAN RESOURCES MANAGEMENT BACHELOR OF HUMAN RESOURCES MANAGEMENT AP/ADMS (Fall term) and AP/ADMS (Winter term) AP/HRM (Fall term) HH/PSYC or AP/SOCI (Note: Modes of Reasoning courses are recommended for Human Resources Management majors.) Courses outside the major are not recommended for Human Resources Management majors in first year. HUMAN RIGHTS AND EQUITY STUDIES BACHELOR OF ARTS AP/HREQ

17 9 to 12 credits chosen from subjects other than your major or general education subjects (optional) INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY BACHELOR OF ARTS AP/ITEC and AP/ITEC AP/ITEC SC/MATH credits chosen from subjects other than your major or general education subjects (ADMS recommended) INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY BACHELOR OF ADMINISTRATIVE STUDIES AP/ADMS (Fall term) AP/ITEC and AP/ITEC AP/ITEC (Winter term) (Note: Modes of Reasoning courses are recommended for Information Technology majors for general education)

18 3 to 6 credits chosen from subjects other than your major or general education subjects INTERDISCIPLINARY SOCIAL SCIENCE - BACHELOR OF ARTS AP/SOSC (Note: 6 credits will count toward major requirements; 3 credits count toward total number of credits for the degree.) 6 to 9 credits chosen from subjects other than your major or general education subjects INTERNATIONAL DEVELOPMENT STUDIES BACHELOR OF ARTS AP/SOSC (6 credits will count toward major requirements; 3 credits count towards total number of credits for the degree) 6 to 9 credits chosen from subjects other than your major or general education subjects

19 ITALIAN CULTURE BACHELOR OF ARTS 6 credit IT language course as determined by in person placement questionnaire. Please contact Department of Languages, Literatures and Linguistics. 9 to 12 credits chosen from subjects other than your major or general education subjects ITALIAN STUDIES BACHELOR OF ARTS & INTERNATIONAL BACHELOR OF ARTS 6 credit IT language course as determined by in person placement questionnaire. Please contact Department of Languages, Literatures and Linguistics. 9 to 12 credits chosen from subjects other than your major or general education subjects JEWISH STUDIES BACHELOR OF ARTS AP/HUMA

20 6 credit Hebrew course as determined by in person placement questionnaire. Please contact Department of Languages, Literatures and Linguistics. 3 or 6 credits chosen from subjects other than your major or general education subjects LANGUAGES, LITERATURES AND LINGUISTICS The Department of Languages, Literatures and Linguistics (DLLL) offers a variety of language courses at the elementary (1000) level. Course offerings include: American Sign Language Arabic Chinese English as a Second Language German (see also German Studies) Greek (Classical and Modern) Hebrew Hindi-Urdu Italian (see also Italian Culture and Italian Studies) Jamaican Creole Japanese Korean Latin Persian Portuguese (see also Portuguese and Luso-Brazilian Studies) Spanish Swahili Any student may enroll in a language course at any level, subject to the conditions listed below. Admission to a student s first course in a language is by placement questionnaire, interview and/or departmental authorization. Students who have not received the necessary authorization or written a

21 placement questionnaire will be denied access to all courses with these requirements. In most cases, students who have completed a 1000-level language course with a grade of at least C are automatically admissible to a course at the next level in the same language, but may be pre-tested for purposes of course or section placement. Registration in any language course may be limited at the discretion of the department. Students intending to major or minor in German Studies, Italian Culture, Italian Studies, Portuguese and Luso- Brazilian Studies or Spanish are encouraged to begin study of the relevant language in their first year. Credit for language courses A language course may be taken for credit in any year of any undergraduate program. In order to advance from one level to another level, a student must achieve a minimum grade of C. Entry to departmental literature and culture courses In literature and culture courses, instruction is normally given in the relevant language; entry to courses and programs depends upon the student s ability to function in that language. The department may require a student to demonstrate language competence before granting admission to a course. For details, please consult the department s Supplemental Calendar. For regulations concerning entry to courses in Greek or Latin literature, consult a member of the program in Classical Studies/Classics/Hellenic Studies in the Department of Humanities. LAW AND SOCIETY BACHELOR OF ARTS AP/SOSC credits chosen from subjects other than your major or general education subjects

22 LINGUISTICS BACHELOR OF ARTS AP/LING to 12 credits chosen from subjects other than your major or general education subjects MULTICULTURAL AND INDIGENOUS STUDIES BACHELOR OF ARTS AP/MIST to 12 credits chosen from subjects other than your major or general education subjects PHILOSOPHY BACHELOR OF ARTS AP/PHIL or AP/PHIL plus a 3 credit 2000-level PHIL course

23 9 to 12 credits chosen from subjects other than your major or general education subjects POLITICAL SCIENCE BACHELOR OF ARTS & INTERNATIONAL BACHELOR OF ARTS AP/POLS to 12 credits chosen from subjects other than your major or general education subjects PORTUGUESE AND LUSO-BRAZILIAN STUDIES BACHELOR OF ARTS 6 credit POR language course (as determined by placement questionnaire). Contact the Department of Languages, Literatures and Linguistics for details.

24 6 or 9 credit outside the Major course PROFESSIONAL WRITING BACHELOR OF ARTS AP/WRIT AP/WRIT to 9 credits chosen from subjects other than your major or general education subjects PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION BACHELOR OF PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION AP/ADMS (Fall Term) AP/ADMS or AP/ADMS (Winter Term) Note: You are encouraged to take AP/ADMS instead of AP/ADMS especially if you are aiming for the Management Stream in the BPA Specialized Honours program. You will not receive credit for both AP/ADMS and AP ADMS Choose one or the other. AP/ECON (Fall Term) and AP/ECON (Winter Term) AP/PPAS (Fall Term) and AP/PPAS (Winter Term) 6 credits from the Humanities or Social Science areas

25 Courses outside the major are not recommended for Public Administration majors in first year. RELIGIOUS STUDIES BACHELOR OF ARTS 6 credit introductory level course from the Religious Studies list of courses (see York University Calendar) 6 to 9 credits chosen from subjects other than your major or general education subjects SEXUALITY STUDIES BACHELOR OF ARTS AP/SXST (6 credits will count toward major requirements and 3 credits will count toward total number of credits for the degree) or AP/SXST to 12 credits chosen from subjects other than your major or general education subjects

26 SOCIAL WORK BACHELOR OF SOCIAL WORK AP/SOWK to 12 credits chosen from subjects other than your major or general education subjects SOCIOLOGY BACHELOR OF ARTS AP/SOCI to 12 credits chosen from subjects other than your major or general education subjects SOUTH ASIAN STUDIES INTERDISCIPLINARY LINKED PROGRAM BACHELOR OF ARTS 6 credit introductory level course from the South Asian Studies list of courses (see York University Calendar) 6 credits from a secondary (linked) major

27 3 to 6 credits chosen from subjects other than your major or general education subjects SPANISH BACHELOR OF ARTS 6 credit SP language course (as determined by placement questionnaire). Contact the Department of Languages, Literatures and Linguistics for details. 6 credit outside the Major course which may be an introductory level course in a second Major or Minor 6 or 3 credit outside the Major course UNDECIDED MAJOR Note: students cannot be an undeclared major after the successful completion of 24 credits. Introductory course towards potential Major (usually 6 credits) Introductory course towards potential Major (usually 6 credits)

28 3 to 6 credits chosen from subjects other than your major or general education subjects UNITED STATUS STUDIES BACHELOR OF ARTS 6 credit introductory level course from the United States Studies list of courses (see York University Calendar) 9 to 12 credits chosen from subjects other than your major or general education subjects URBAN STUDIES BACHELOR OF ARTS & INTERNATIONAL BACHELOR OF ARTS AP/SOSC to 12 credits chosen from subjects other than your major or general education subjects WORK AND LABOUR STUDIES BACHELOR OF ARTS AP/SOSC

29 6 to 9 credits chosen from subjects other than your major or general education subjects Apr 20, 2015

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