Dec 15, 2018  
Undergraduate Calendar 2018-2019 
Undergraduate Calendar 2018-2019

Course Listings

The courses listed in this section include all courses approved for the undergraduate curriculum for the 2018-2019 academic year. Not all courses in the approved curriculum will be offered during the year. Students are advised to refer to the course timetables available annually in Mosaic in March and June to determine which specific courses will be offered in the upcoming sessions.
Note: An A/B suffix appearing in a course number indicates that the course may be delivered across more than one term (see Multi-Term Course in the Glossary  of this calendar). The A/B S suffix indicates that the course may be delivered as either a multi-term course or within a single term.

See also:

Please note, when searching courses by “Code or Number”, an asterisk (*) can be used as a wildcard character to return mass results. For example, a “Code or Number” search of ” 2* ” can be entered returning all level II courses.



Courses in English are administered by the Department of English and Cultural Studies.
Chester New Hall, Room 321, ext 24491

Department Notes

  1. All Level II and III ENGLISH courses are open as electives to students registered in Level II or above of any undergraduate program with the exception of the following:
  1. Courses restricted to students registered in programs in English may be available to qualified students in other programs if space permits. Students interested in such courses should request permission from the departmental counsellor.
  2. Level IV seminars are open only to Honours students registered in Level IV of an English program. Enrolment will be limited to 18 students per seminar when possible. A list of seminars to be offered will be available prior to registration and balloting for seminars for the next academic year will take place in March.


If no prerequisite is listed, the course is open.

   •  ENGLISH 4FW3 - Forms of Creative Writing
   •  ENGLISH 4GN3 - Graphic Narrative in Canada
   •  ENGLISH 4HL3 - Canadian Holocaust Novels
   •  ENGLISH 4KK3 - Kafka after Kafka
   •  ENGLISH 4RD3 - Renaissance Drama, Excluding Shakespeare
   •  ENGLISH 4RI3 - Colonialism and Resistance in Representations of Indigenous Womanhood
   •  ENGLISH 4RS3 - Reading, Spirituality and Cultural Politics
   •  ENGLISH 4SD3 - Sentenced to Death
   •  ENGLISH 4SF3 - Science Fiction Tomorrow or the Day After
   •  ENGLISH 4SP3 - Longing and Belonging: Narratives of Israel/Palestine
   •  ENGLISH 4UT3 - Utopian Literature
   •  ENGLISH 4VL3 - Imagining the Past: Violence, Literature, and the Archive
   •  ENGLISH 4WI3 - Bollywood and Beyond
   •  ENGLISH 4WL3 - Globalization and Postcolonial Fiction
   •  ENGLISH 4X03 - Honours Essay
   •  ENGLISH 4Y06 A/B S - Research Practicum

Environmental Science

Courses in Environmental Sciences are administered by the School of Geography and Earth Sciences.
General Science Building, Room 206, ext. 24535

School Notes

  1. Students aiming to fulfill the academic requirements for professional registration of Geoscientists in Ontario should seek academic advice from the School of Geography and Earth Sciences during March counselling in Level II to ensure that their program and course choices are appropriate.
  2. Students are advised that not all courses will be offered in every year.


If no prerequisite is listed, the course is open.

See also courses in Geography and Earth Sciences.

   •  ENVIRSC 1C03 - Climate, Water And Environment
   •  ENVIRSC 2B03 - Soils and the Environment
   •  ENVIRSC 2C03 - Surface Climate Processes and Environmental Interactions
   •  ENVIRSC 2Q03 - Introduction to Environmental Geochemistry
   •  ENVIRSC 2W03 - Physical Hydrology
   •  ENVIRSC 2WW3 - Water and the Environment
   •  ENVIRSC 3B03 - Global Change, Ecosystems, and the Earth System
   •  ENVIRSC 3IN3 - Internship in Earth and Environmental Sciences
   •  ENVIRSC 3ME3 - Environmental Studies Field Camp
   •  ENVIRSC 3O03 - Contaminant Fate and Transport
   •  ENVIRSC 3U03 - Environmental Systems Modelling
   •  ENVIRSC 4BB3 - Field Techniques in Hydrology
   •  ENVIRSC 4C03 - Advanced Physical Climatology
   •  ENVIRSC 4EA3 - Environmental Assessment
   •  ENVIRSC 4IN3 - Thesis Internship
   •  ENVIRSC 4MI3 - Independent Study in Earth and Environmental Sciences
   •  ENVIRSC 4MT6 A/B - Senior Thesis
   •  ENVIRSC 4N03 - Global Biogeochemical Cycles
   •  ENVIRSC 4W03 - Hydrologic Modelling


Courses in French are administered by the Department of French.
Togo Salmon Hall, Room 532, ext. 24470

Graphic representation of Entry into Level I Courses and French Programs

Department Notes

  1. Students who have taken Grade 12 French U or the equivalent within the last three years must register in FRENCH 1A06 A/B . Those who took Grade 12 French U or the equivalent more than 3 years ago should speak to a departmental counsellor if they feel their French skills may be below the level required for entry into FRENCH 1A06 A/B .
  2. FRENCH 2Z06 A/B  is intended for students who have completed Grade 11 French U. By taking this course, students may enter FRENCH 2M06 A/B  which is the prerequisite for upper-level French courses. A placement test online may assist students who feel their level of proficiency in French is at a higher level than assigned.


If no prerequisite is listed, the course is open.

   •  FRENCH 1A06 A/B - Introduction to French Studies: Advanced Level
   •  FRENCH 1Z06 A/B - Beginner’s Intensive French I
   •  FRENCH 2AC3 - Introduction to Francophone Literatures and Cultures
   •  FRENCH 2B03 - French Language Practice I
   •  FRENCH 2BB3 - French Language Practice II
   •  FRENCH 2CC3 - Women’s Writing
   •  FRENCH 2E03 - Survey of Quebec Literature and Culture
   •  FRENCH 2F03 - Survey of French and Francophone Literature
   •  FRENCH 2G03 - French Language Practice: Elementary Translation
   •  FRENCH 2H03 - Introduction to French Linguistics I
   •  FRENCH 2I03 - Professional French I
   •  FRENCH 2JJ3 - Nineteenth-Century French Literature II
   •  FRENCH 2L03 - Introduction to Literary Analysis
   •  FRENCH 2M06 A/B - Introduction to French Studies: Advanced Level
   •  FRENCH 2Z06 A/B - Beginner’s Intensive French II
   •  FRENCH 3AA3 - The Modern French-Canadian Novel
   •  FRENCH 3AC3 - Francophone Writers
   •  FRENCH 3C03 - French Language Practice: Written
   •  FRENCH 3CC3 - French Language Practice: Intermediate Translation from English into French
   •  FRENCH 3EE3 - Recent French Literature
   •  FRENCH 3FF3 - Francophone Cinemas
   •  FRENCH 3GG3 - French Language Practice: Translation from French to English
   •  FRENCH 3HH3 - Francophone Voices in Canada
   •  FRENCH 3KK3 - Revolutionary Literature Before the Revolution: Voltaire, Rousseau and Beaumarchais
   •  FRENCH 3LT3 - Introduction to Modern Literary Theory
   •  FRENCH 3P03 - History and Philosophy of Education
   •  FRENCH 3Q03 - Seventeenth-Century French Literature
   •  FRENCH 3SS3 - Medieval Civilization and the Imaginaire
   •  FRENCH 3V03 - Image and Knowledge Dissemination
   •  FRENCH 3W03 - Twentieth-Century French Literature
   •  FRENCH 4A03 - French Language Practice
   •  FRENCH 4CC3 - Theoretical Reflections on Interdisciplinarity
   •  FRENCH 4DD3 - Animals in French and Francophone Literatures
   •  FRENCH 4F03 - Sexual Games: The Art of Seduction During the Ancien Regime
   •  FRENCH 4I03 - French Poetry from the Renaissance to the Present
   •  FRENCH 4LL3 - Topics in Francophone Literatures
   •  FRENCH 4MM3 - Sex, Violence and Elegance: The 18th-Century Novel
   •  FRENCH 4P06 A/B - French as a Second Language: From Theory to Practice
   •  FRENCH 4R06 - French Reading Course (Taught in English)
   •  FRENCH 4T03 - Independent Study
   •  FRENCH 4U03 - Topics in Literature and Culture of Quebec and Francophone Canada
   •  FRENCH 4Y03 - Topics in 20th-Century French Literature

General Technology

Courses in General Technology are administered by the Bachelor of Technology Program.
Engineering Technology Building (ETB), Room 121, ext. 20195

   •  GENTECH 1CS3 - Technical Communication: Concepts and Practices
   •  GENTECH 1CZ3 - Technical Communication: Research and Information Design
   •  GENTECH 2EE3 - Engineering Economics
   •  GENTECH 2MP3 - Management Principles
   •  GENTECH 2PW3 - Professional Workplace Practices
   •  GENTECH 3DM3 - Creativity, Innovation and Technology
   •  GENTECH 3EE3 - Engineering Economics
   •  GENTECH 3EN3 - Entrepreneurial Thinking and Innovation
   •  GENTECH 3ET3 - Entrepreneurial Thinking and Innovation
   •  GENTECH 3FF3 - Financial Systems
   •  GENTECH 3FS3 - Financial Systems
   •  GENTECH 3LS3 - Quality Control and Assurance Methods
   •  GENTECH 3MP3 - Management Principles
   •  GENTECH 3MT3 - Project Management
   •  GENTECH 3TC3 - Technical Communications
   •  GENTECH 4EM3 - Legal and Regulatory Issues
   •  GENTECH 4FT3 - Strategic Management
   •  GENTECH 4LM3 - Lean Thinking and Practices
   •  GENTECH 4OM3 - Operations Management
   •  GENTECH 4PM3 - Project Management
   •  GENTECH 4SE3 - Technology Ethics and Sustainability
   •  GENTECH 4SF3 - Strategic Management
   •  GENTECH 4ST3 - Contemporary Issues in Management

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