Mar 30, 2020
- A full course load for Social Sciences I is 30 units. (The unit value of a course is determined by the last number of the course code. 3-unit courses are normally one term in duration and offered either September to December or January to April. 6-unit A/B courses are typically taught over two terms, from September to April.)
- Students should select courses based on their academic interests and anticipated Level II program of study. Elective courses may be taken from other Faculties, where requisites are met. Admission to a Level II program typically requires completion of three to six units of the subject in Level I, with an applicable Grade Point Average. Students should consult the admission statements for relevant Level II programs when selecting their Level I courses.
- Social Sciences I students are permitted to take up to 9 units of course work in any single subject.
Course List 1
The following Social Sciences courses provide entry into a Level II program.
- ANTHROP 1AA3 - Introduction to Anthropology: Sex, Food and Death
- ANTHROP 1AB3 - Introduction to Anthropology: Race, Religion, and Conflict
- ECON 1B03 - Introductory Microeconomics
- ECON 1BB3 - Introductory Macroeconomics
- GEOG 1HA3 - Society, Culture and Environment
- GEOG 1HB3 - Population, Cities and Development
- HLTHAGE 1AA3 - Introduction to Health and Society
- HLTHAGE 1BB3 - Introduction to Aging and Society
- HLTHAGE 1CC3 - Introduction to Mental Health and Illness
- INDIGST 1A03 - Introduction to Indigenous Studies
- INDIGST 1AA3 - Introduction to Contemporary Indigenous Studies
- LABRST 1A03 - An Introduction to Labour in Canada
- LABRST 1C03 - The Future of Work
- POLSCI 1AA3 - Government, Politics, and Power
- POLSCI 1AB3 - Politics and Power in a Globalizing World
- PSYCH 1F03 - Survey of Psychology
- PSYCH 1FF3 - Survey of Biological Basis of Psychology
- PSYCH 1X03 - Introduction to Psychology, Neuroscience & Behaviour
- PSYCH 1XX3 - Foundations of Psychology, Neuroscience & Behaviour
- RECONCIL 1A03 - Reconciling What? Indigenous Relations in Canada
- RELIGST 1AB3 - Archaeology and the Bible
- RELIGST 1B03 - What on Earth is Religion?
- RELIGST 1I03 - Religious Themes in Modern Culture
- RELIGST 1J03 - Great Books in Asian Religions
- RELIGST 1L03 - Abraham in Judaism, Christianity, and Islam
- RELIGST 1R03 - Introduction to Anthropology: Race, Religion and Conflict
- SOCPSY 1Z03 - An Introduction to Social Psychology
- SOCWORK 1AA3 - So You Think You Can Help? Introduction to Social Work I
- SOCWORK 1BB3 - Re-Imagining Help: Introduction to Social Work II
- SOCIOL 1Z03 - An Introduction to Sociology
Course List 2
The following Social Sciences courses are also available but do not provide entry into a Level II program.
Requirements: 30 Units
- Course List 1 and Course List 2
Electives, which may include courses from Course List 1 and 2. (See the Degrees and Programs: Duration in Years section of this Calendar for a list of elective courses available to Level I students)