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Academic Program Checklists

Click on the following links to download your program checklist. 

Academic program checklists are updated for 2021/2022. 

If you do not see your program checklist, then please email 

Discovery Program

Academic Advisor: Dr. Natalie Atkin

Communication, Media and Film

Academic Advisor: Dr. Kyle Asquith

Creative Arts

Academic Advisor: Dr. Nicholas Papador

Disability Studies

Academic Advisor: Dr. Jijian Voronka

Dramatic Art

Academic Advisors

Acting: Prof. Lionel Walsh, Prof. Meaghen Quinn, Prof. Michael Keating, or Prof. Lee Wilson

Drama in Education: Prof. Alice Nelson

Concurrent BA (General)/Bachelor of Education: Dr. Tina Pugliese

Honours Drama: Prof. David Court, Dr. Michelle Macarthur, or Prof. Esther Van Eek

English and Creative Writing

Academic Advisor: Dr. Nicole Markotic

Liberal Arts and Professional Studies (LAPS)

​Academic Advisor: Dr. Danielle Soulliere


Political Science

Academic Advisor: Dr. Jamey Essex


Academic Advisor: Dr. Kai Hildebrandt

Social Work

Academic Advisor: Dr. Jill Grant

Sociology and Criminology

Academic Advisor: Prof. Heather Metcalfe

Women's and Gender Studies

Academic Advisor: Prof. Brandi Lucier


(All Language courses can count for credit as Arts/Humanities courses) 

  • Anthrozoology (ANZO)
  • Art History (MACS)
  • Greek and Roman Studies (GRST, GRHS, GREK) 
  • Dramatic Art (DRAM)
  • English and Creative Writing (ENGL)
  • Film Studies (FILM)
  • General Courses, Faculty of Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences (GART)
  • Intercultural Studies (INCS) 
  • Music - Academic Studies (MUSC)
  • Music - Performance Sudies (MUSP)
  • Philosophy (PHIL)
  • Visusl Arts (VSAR, CNMA) 
  • Women's and Gender Studies* (WGST) 

*The following Women's and Gender Studies courses may be taken for Arts credit: WGST-1200, WGST-1300, WGST-2190, WGST-2360, WGST-2700, WGST-3590, and WGST-3850. 

  • Arabic Studies (ARAB)
  • French (FREN)
  • German (GRMN)
  • Ancient Greek (GREK)
  • Italian (ITLN)
  • Latin (LATN)
  • Spanish (SPAN)
  • Hebrew (JWST)

Note: Courses in all languages listed above that may be ued to satisfy language requirements include: XXXX-1000, XXXX-1010, XXXX-1020, XXXX-2000, XXXX-2010, XXXX-2020, XXXX-3000, XXXX-3010. All French Studies courses count as language requirements. ARAB-1100 and ARAB-1110 also count as language requirements. All other courses in any language listed above count only as Arts courses. 

  • Anthropology (SACR)
  • Anthrozoology (ANZO) 
  • Communication, Media and Film (CMAF, CNMA)
  • Diaspora Studies (DIAS)
  • Disability Studies (DISB)
  • Economics (ECON) ***
  • General Courses, Faculty of Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences (SOSC) *
  • Human Geography (HUGR)
  • History (HIST)
  • Interdisciplinary Arts and Science (ARSC)
  • Labour Studies (WORK)
  • Political Science (POLS)
  • Psychology (PSYC)
  • Social Justice Studies (SJST)
  • Social Work (SWRK)
  • Sociology (SACR)
  • Women's and Gender Studies (WGST) **
  • Work and Employment Issues (WORK) 


* The following courses may be taken for Social Science credit: ESTU-1000, and ESTU-2100. 

** (WGST-1200, WGST-1300, WGST-2190, WGST-2700, WGST-3590, and WGST-3850 can satisfy either a Social Science or an Arts requriement.)

*** All Economics courses will be permitted to satisfy either Science or Social Science requirements. 

  • Biology (BIOL)
  • Biochemistry (BIOC)
  • Chemistry (CHEM)
  • Computer Science (COMP)
  • Economics (ECON)***
  • School of the Environment (ESCI, ESTU)
  • Forensic Sciences (FRSC)
  • Genreal Courses, Faculty of Science (SCIE)
  • Mthematics (MATH)
  • Physics (PHYS)
  • Statistics (STAT)
  • Women's and Gender Studies (WGST) **

** Women's and Gender Studies: WGST-2500 will satisfy either a Social Science or a Science requirement. 

*** All Economics courses will be permitted to satisfy either Science or Social Science requirements. 

Note: For students in the Faculty of Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences, the following Nursing courses will satisfy a Science requirement: NURS-3510, and NURS-3910.

  • Business Administration (BUSR, ACCT, MGMT, FINA, MSCI, MKTG, and STEN) 
  • Education (EDUC)
  • Engineering (GENG, MECH, INDE, MATL, CIVL, ENVE, ELEC)
  • Kinesiology (KINE)
  • Law (LAWG, LAWS, LAWD)
  • Nursing (NURS)

Visit Course Guides to see what courses are offered. Course guides are divided by arts, social sciences and Indigenous content and will be updated by semesters.