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10.6 Minors 2019/2020

10.6 Minors

Students may not count more than 18 credits from courses outside the Faculties of Arts and Science toward a Concordia University of Edmonton Arts or Science degree. Courses offered through the Faculty of Education and the Faculty of Management are outside the Faculties of Arts and Science.

1. Biochemistry

18–21 credits required to include:

  1. BES 107 (Introduction to Cell Biology)
  2. CH 261 (Basic Organic Chemistry I)
  3. BIOCH200 (Introductory Biochemistry)
  4. BIOCH350 (Laboratory Methods in Biochemistry)
  5. 6–9 credits of unspecified Biochemistry courses

In addition to the above courses students must complete:

  1. CH 101 (Introductory University Chemistry I)
  2. CH 102 (Introductory University Chemistry II)
 

2. Biology

18–24 credits required to include:

  1. BES 107 (Introduction to Cell Biology) and BES 108 (Organisms in Their Environment)
  2. 12–18 credits of unspecified senior-level Biology
 

3. Business

18–24 credits required to include:

  1. BUS 110 (Business Fundamentals)
  2. BUS 120 (Organizational Behaviour)
  3. ECO 101 (Introduction to Microeconomics) and ECO 102 (Introduction to Macroeconomics)
  4. One of
  5. 3–9 credits of unspecified Accounting, Business, Finance, Human Resource Management, Leadership, Management, or Marketing courses
 

4. Canadian Studies

18–24 credits required to include 6 credits each from three of the four general areas of study listed below with at least 6 credits at the senior-level:

  1. CREE 101 (Beginners' Cree I), CREE 102 (Beginners' Cree II) [Approved by the Faculty Council of the Faculty of Arts on March 28th, 2019], ENG 381 (Canadian Literature to 1900), ENG 382 (Early Twentieth-Century Canadian Literature), ENG 383 (Mid-Twentieth Century Canadian Literature), ENG 384 (Contemporary Canadian Literature), FR 250, FR 251 (Advanced French I), FR 252 (Advanced French II), FR 300 (Introduction to French Canadian Literature), NS 152
  2. HIS 260 (Canadian History 1500-1867), HIS 261 (Canadian History 1867-Present), HIS 365 (The Canadian West to 1885), HIS 366 (The Canadian West Since 1885), HIS 369 (Indigenous Peoples and Canada since 1800), HIS 370 (Christianity and Indigenous Peoples in Canada), HIS 415 (Public History), HIS 416 (Public History Field Placement), or any INDG course
  3. BUS 110 (Business Fundamentals), ECO 101 (Introduction to Microeconomics), ECO 102 (Introduction to Macroeconomics), ECO 341 (Money and Banking), ECO 369 (Economics of the Environment), PSCI224 (Canadian National Government), PSCI225 (Canadian Politics: People and Society), MARK201 (Introduction to Marketing)
  4. SOC 101 (Canadian Society), SOC 204 (Aboriginal Societies in the Canadian Context), SOC 271 (The Family), SOC 327 (Criminal Justice Administration in Canada), SOC 368 (Canadian Ethnic and Minority Relations), SOC 369 (Sociology of Globalization), SOC 376 (Sociology of Religion)
 

5. Career Development

18–24 credits required to include:

  1. CDV 200 (Career Counselling Theory and Practice)
  2. CDV 201 (Career Development Resources)
  3. CDV 300 (Theories of Career Development)
  4. CDV 302 (The Nature of Work)
  5. 3–9 credits chosen from
 

6. Chemistry

18–24 credits required to include:

  1. CH 101 (Introductory University Chemistry I) and CH 102 (Introductory University Chemistry II)
  2. 12–18 credits of unspecified Chemistry courses with at least 6 credits at the senior-level (may include BIOCH200 (Introductory Biochemistry))
 

7. Classical Languages and Civilizations

18–24 credits required to include:

  1. 3 credits unspecified CLAS courses.
  2. 6 credits unspecified HEBR, LAT or GRK courses.
  3. 9–15 credits chosen from
 

8. Drama

18–24 credits required, with at least 6 credits at the senior-level, to include:

  1. DRA 101 (Introduction to Theatre Art) or DRA 102 (Play Analysis)
  2. One of
  3. One of
  4. 9–15 credits of unspecified Drama courses
 

9. Early Childhood Education

18–24 credits required, with at least 9 credits at the senior-level, to include:

  1. ED 199 (Introduction to the Profession of Teaching)
  2. EDPS200 (Educational Psychology for Teaching)
  3. PESS 293 (Introduction to the Movement Activities of Children Aged 5-12)
  4. EDFD211 (Introduction to Early Childhood Education)
  5. EDFD321 (Children's Literature in the Elementary Classroom) or ENG 399 (Classics of Children's Literature in English)
  6. EDFD341 (Concepts of Childhood in History)
  7. 0–6 credits chosen from

Students interested in Concordia University of Edmonton’s Bachelor of Education (After Degree) in Elementary Education should consult the admission requirements, section 3.4.1.

Students in the Faculty of Arts or Science may only take a maximum of 18 credits outside of these Faculties. Any credits taken above this will be declared extra to degree.

10. Economics

18–24 credits required to include:

  1. ECO 101 (Introduction to Microeconomics) and ECO 102 (Introduction to Macroeconomics)
  2. 12–18 credits of unspecified senior-level Economics courses
 

11. Education

18–24 credits required, with at least 9 credits at the senior-level, to include:

  1. ED 199 (Introduction to the Profession of Teaching)
  2. EDPS200 (Educational Psychology for Teaching)
  3. PESS 293 (Introduction to the Movement Activities of Children Aged 5-12)
  4. 6–9 credits chosen from
  5. 3–6 credits chosen from PESS, PACT, PAT, or DAN courses.

Students interested in Concordia University of Edmonton’s Bachelor of Education (After Degree) in Elementary Education should consult the admission requirements, section 3.4.1.

Students in the Faculty of Arts or Science may only take a maximum of 18 credits outside of these Faculties. Any credits taken above this will be declared extra to degree.

12. English

18–24 credits required to include:

  1. 6 credits of junior-level English
  2. 12–18 credits of unspecified senior-level English courses
 

13. Environmental Science

18–24 credits required to include:

  1. BES 107 (Introduction to Cell Biology) and BES 108 (Organisms in Their Environment)
  2. ENSC204 (Environmental Science: Problems and Solutions)
  3. ENSC208 (Principles of Ecology)
  4. 6–12 credits of unspecified senior-level Environmental Science
 

14. Forensic Studies

Open only to students in the four-year Bachelor of Arts in Psychology (Applied Emphasis) program.

18–24 credits required to include:

  1. PSY 350 (Corrections and Forensics: Criminal Behaviour)
  2. PSY 433 (Personality Assessment), and PSY 452 (Forensic Psychological Assessment)
  3. SOC 225 (Criminology) and SOC 327 (Criminal Justice Administration in Canada)
  4. 3–9 credits chosen from
 

15. French

18–24 credits required to include:

  1. FR 211 (Intermediate French I) and FR 212 (Intermediate French II)
  2. FR 251 (Advanced French I) and FR 252 (Advanced French II)
  3. 6 credits of 300- or 400-level French courses
  4. 0–6 credits of unspecified French courses.
 

16. History

18–24 credits required to include:

  1. Unspecified History courses with at least 6 credits at the senior-level
 

17. Information Technology and Computing Science

18–24 credits required to include:

  1. Unspecified Information Technology and/or Computing Science courses with a maximum of 9 credits at the junior-level
 

18. Mathematics

18–24 credits required to include:

  1. MAT 113 or MAT 114 (Elementary Calculus I)
  2. MAT 115 (Elementary Calculus II) and MAT 120 (Linear Algebra I)
  3. MAT 151 (Introduction to Statistical Methods)
  4. MAT 200 (Foundations of Mathematics)
  5. 3–9 credits of unspecified senior-level Mathematics courses
 

19. Music

18–24 credits required to include:

  1. MUS 211 (Music Theory I)
  2. One of
  3. 3 credits of unspecified MUP courses
  4. 9–15 credits of unspecified MUS or MUP courses, at least 6 of which must be MUS courses and at least 6 of which must be at the senior-level
 

20. Philosophy

18–24 credits required to include:

  1. PHIL102 (Introduction to Philosophy) or PHIL202 (Introduction to Philosophy)
  2. PHIL125 (Introduction to Logic)
  3. 12–18 credits of unspecified Philosophy courses with at least 9 credits at the senior-level
 

21. Physical Education and Sport Studies

18–24 credits required to include:

  1. PESS 101 (Introduction to Physical Education, Health, and Wellness)
  2. One of
  3. One of
  4. 6 credits chosen from PACT, PAT or DAN courses
  5. 3 to 9 further credits chosen from
 

22. Physics

18–24 credits required to include:

  1. One of
  2. PHY 122 (Introductory General Physics II) or PHY 132 (Basic Physics II)
  3. PHY 204 (Introductory General Physics III) or PHY 281 (Electricity and Magnetism)
  4. PHY 211 (Thermodynamics and Kinetic Theory)
  5. PHY 301 (Quantum Mechanics) and PHY 302 (Chapters of Modern Physics)
  6. 0–6 credits of unspecified senior-level Physic courses
 

23. Political Science

18–24 credits required to include:

  1. PSCI101 (Introduction to Government) and PSCI102 (Introduction to Politics)
  2. PSCI224 (Canadian National Government)
  3. 9–15 credits of unspecified senior-level Political Science courses
 

24. Psychology

18–24 credits required to include:

  1. PSY 104 (Basic Psychological Processes) and PSY 105 (Individual and Social Behaviour)
  2. 12–18 credits of unspecified senior-level Psychology courses
 

25. Religious Studies

18–24 credits required to include:

  1. REL 101 (Western Religious Traditions) or REL 150 (Introduction to the Christian Faith)
  2. 15–21 credits of unspecified Religious Studies courses with a maximum of 3 credits at the junior-level
 

26. Sociology

18–24 credits required to include:

  1. SOC 100 (Sociological Concepts and Perspectives)
  2. 15–21 credits of unspecified Sociology courses with at least 6 credits at the senior-level