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Bachelor of Arts - History Concentration - 3 Year (90 credits)
2006/2007 Calendar Requirements - effective Sept. 1, 2006
Level Credits Course Requirement Status* Comments**
Jr/Sr 3 ENGL255 English Writing Requirement ***   (see the calendar)
Junior 6 HIST2XX Core   World or European History
Junior 9 HIST2XX Core   World or European History
Junior 12 HIST2XX Core   Canadian History
Junior 15       Science
Jr/Sr 18       Science
Jr/Sr 21       Social Science
Jr/Sr 24       Social Science
Jr/Sr 27       Social Science
Jr/Sr 30       Social Science
Jr/Sr 33   Option   Humanities, Social Science
Jr/Sr 36   Option   Any area of study
Senior 39   Concentration Elective   Humanities
Senior 42   Concentration Elective   Humanities
Senior 45   Concentration Elective   Humanities
Senior 48   Concentration Elective   Humanities
Senior 51   Concentration Elective   Humanities
Senior 54   Concentration Elective   Humanities
Senior 57   Concentration Elective   Humanities
Senior 60   Concentration Elective   Humanities
Senior 63   Concentration Elective   Humanities
Senior 66   Option   Humanities, Social Science
Senior 69   Option   Humanities, Social Science
Senior 72   Option   Humanities, Social Science
Senior 75   Option   Humanities, Social Science
Senior 78   Option   Humanities, Social Science
Senior 81   Option   Any area of study
Senior 84   Option   Any area of study
Senior 87   Option   Any area of study
Senior 90   Option   Any area of study

 
* Status: You may wish to indicate if a course is completed, in progress or transferred.
** Comments: You may wish to include replacement courses or pre-requisites in this area.
*** Please refer to the Conditional enrolment information - English writing requirement

 
Minimum Credits Required (B.A. - General)

At the senior (300 or 400) level 54
Arts (Humanities and Social Science) 66
Humanities 12
Science 6
Social Science 12
Through Athabasca University (residency requirement) 30

Maximum Credits Allowed:

In any one discipline 45
Applied Studies and/or Science 24
At the junior (200) level 36
At the preparatory (100) level 6
At the junior level in one discipline 15
Maximum Prior Learning Assessment and Recognition (PLAR) credits 6*

* A maximum of 30 PLAR credits are allowed if you choose the Labour Studies concentration.

Course Notes:

The following courses can satisfy either the Social Science area of study or the Science area of study requirements, but not both. To use these courses to satisfy the Science area of study requirements, students must call Admissions and Evaluations Services, on completion of the course, and request the change.

ENVS253/GLST253 Global Environmental Change: The Scientific and Social Issues (3)
PSYC289 Psychology as a Natural Science (3)
PSYC355 Cognitive Psychology (3)
PSYC387 Learning (3)
PSYC402 Biological Psychology (3)
PSYC304 Research Methods in Psychology *

* Students who have taken PSYC 404 are not required to take PSYC304 (3)

Requirements in addition to the general program requirements for the 3-year BA with Concentration.

1. A minimum of 30 credits in concentration courses including a minimum of 24 senior (300 or 400) level credits.
2. 6 junior (200) level English credits.
3. A minimum of 24 concentration elective credits in all courses labelled ENGL, except all 100-level English courses and ENGL255 Introductory Composition.

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