Congratulations! GUIDE TO REGISTRATION FALL 2018 - NEXT STEPS: SEE YOU ON CAMPUS! - University of Windsor

 
Congratulations! GUIDE TO REGISTRATION FALL 2018 - NEXT STEPS: SEE YOU ON CAMPUS! - University of Windsor
YOU’VE BEEN ACCEPTED TO UWINDSOR

Congratulations!
GUIDE TO REGISTRATION FALL 2018

 NEXT STEPS:
    STEP 1   Accept your offer
    STEP 2   Select and register for courses
    STEP 3   Attend Head Start Orientation

 SEE YOU ON CAMPUS!
 www.uwindsor.ca/registrar
Congratulations! GUIDE TO REGISTRATION FALL 2018 - NEXT STEPS: SEE YOU ON CAMPUS! - University of Windsor
WELCOME TO                                             IMPORTANT 2018 DATES
                                                       Sign up for one of our Head Start orientation sessions:

UWINDSOR
                                                       JUNE 15, 16, JULY 13, 14, 27, 28, AUGUST 3, 4.
                                                       Visit www.uwindsor.ca/headstart.

                                                       If you will be accessing services through Student Accessibility
                                                       Services, make sure that you have appropriate and up-to-date
                                                       documentation. Consider making an appointment to see an
                                                       adviser while you are here for Head Start.
                                                       Please call 519-253-3000, Ext. 6172

                                                       MARCH 31
Congratulations on being accepted to the               Deadline to apply for entrance scholarships and bursaries
University of Windsor. You’re on your way to
                                                       MAY 14
achieving your dreams.                                 Registration start date

In this publication, you’ll find the information       JUNE 1
that you need to take those next steps on your         Confirm your acceptance via www.ouac.on.ca to Ontario Universities’
                                                       Application Centre (OUAC) by June 1 or by the response date listed
journey—from what to take in first year to a           on your offer of admission.
checklist to guide you—you’ll find it here.
                                                       JUNE 1
                                                       Accommodations are guaranteed for first-year students coming
If you require further assistance, you’ll find
                                                       directly from high school and who submit a deposit of $475 by the
contact information in the guide for your              deadline date of June 1, 2018. Applications and deposits received after
particular program or the service you wish to          June 1, 2018, will be assigned based on a first-come-first-serve basis.
inquire about on page 22.                              JUNE 1
                                                       Submit application for government loans and grants
Best wishes for your success. We look                  (i.e. Ontario Student Assistance Program at osap.gov.on.ca)
forward to seeing you on campus!
                                                       AUGUST 1
                                                       Applications open up for in-course bursaries and the
                                                       on-campus Work Study Program (first-year students
                                                       are eligible to apply!)

                                                       AUGUST 15
                                                       Fall term fees are due and payable. Visit www.uwindsor.ca/cashiers

                                                       SEPTEMBER 2-8
                                                       UWindsor Welcome Week. Visit www.uwindsor.ca/orientation

                                                       SEPTEMBER 2
                                                       Move into residence

                                                       SEPTEMBER 6-7
                                                       Orientation begins for Clinical Nursing courses

                                                       SEPTEMBER 6
                                                       Day and evening classes begin

                                                       SEPTEMBER 19
                                                       Last day for late registration and change of courses for fall term
                                                       day and evening

                                                       SEPTEMBER 21
 “INSIDE YOU THERE ARE LIMITLESS OPPORTUNITIES.       Last date to opt out of the UWSA health coverage www.uwsa.ca
   YOU’LL BE AMAZED WHAT YOU’RE CAPABLE OF.”           OCTOBER 3
  UWINDSOR PRESIDENT ALAN WILDEMAN                     Last day for reversal of incidental fees for course withdrawal

                                                       OCTOBER 8
                                                       Thanksgiving Day (statutory holiday – no classes)

                                                       OCTOBER 13
                                                       On-campus Work Study Program application deadline

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Congratulations! GUIDE TO REGISTRATION FALL 2018 - NEXT STEPS: SEE YOU ON CAMPUS! - University of Windsor
WHAT TO DO NEXT

STEP 1 ACCEPT YOUR OFFER
              TO ACCEPT YOUR OFFER OF ADMISSION:
              1.	Follow the instructions in your University of Windsor Offer of Admission letter that
                  explains how to confirm your acceptance.

              2.   Make sure you’ve completed this by the date indicated on your Offer of Admission.

              IT’S THAT SIMPLE.
              If you have any questions, contact us by phone at 519-971-3650, between 8:30 a.m. and 4:15
              p.m., weekdays, or by email admissions@uwindsor.ca.

STEP 2 SELECT AND REGISTER FOR COURSES
              REGISTRATION PROCEDURE
              You may register beginning May 14 for Fall 2018 as long as the university has received
              your confirmation of our offer of admission. Your personal access code (PAC) along with
              your student identification number listed on your offer of admission will allow you to
              set up an account to access our student portal, myUWindsor, where you will be able
              to register for your courses.

              For assistance in setting this up and to view registration instructions, please visit
              http://www.uwindsor.ca/registration-guide/299/step-2-select-and-register-courses.
              In this online publication is a list of courses available to first-year students, a guide to most
              first-year course selections and an options chart.

              Please use the online timetable www.uwindsor.ca/timetables for more information. The
              earlier you register, the better your chances are for getting the courses you want at the time
              you want to take them.

              If you are having any problems with the registration process, call the Registrar’s office
              at 519-253-3000, Ext. 3315. You can make changes up to the tenth day of classes, as long
              as there is room.

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SELECTING YOUR COURSES
All courses have a unique code number made up of several parts:              COURSE SELECTION
                                                                             For the purpose of meeting option requirements, the university
                  e.g. 02-46-115-01                                          categorizes its courses as follows:

                                                                                                                                                             
                                                                             Arts (All language courses               •   Forensics
       FACULTY CODE    SUBJECT CODE      COURSE CODE      SECTION CODE       can also satisfy Arts courses)           •   Geology
                                                                             • Art History                            •   Mathematics
                                                                             • Dramatic Art                           •   Physical Geography
FACULTY CODE                                                                 • English and Creative Writing           •   Physics
                                                                             • General “01” Courses, Faculty          •   Statistics
All courses are prefixed by a two-digit faculty code as follows:
                                                                               of Arts, Humanities and Social         •   Women’s and
01      Arts                        06     Engineering                         Sciences                                   Gender Studies**
02      Social Sciences             07     Human Kinetics                    • Greek and Roman Studies
                                                                             • Intercultural Studies                  Social Sciences†††
03      Science                     08     Law
                                                                             • Music-Academic Studies                 • Anthropology
04      Business                    11     Nursing
                                                                             • Music-Performance Studies              • Anthrozoology
05      Education                   14     Science (Forensics)
                                                                             • Philosophy                             • Arts and Science
                                                                             • Visual Arts                            • Communication, Media
                                                                             • Women’s and Gender Studies*              and Film
SUBJECT CODE                                                                                                          • Disability Studies
Each subject area has a further two-digit code number                        Languages†                               • Economics***
(e.g., 46 for Psychology, 55 for Biology).                                   • Arabic                                 • Environmental Science/Studies
                                                                             • French                                 • Forensic Science/Forensics
                                                                             • German                                 • General “02” Courses, Faculty
COURSE CODE                                                                  • Ancient Greek                            of Arts, Humanities and
                                                                             • Hebrew                                   Social Sciences
The first digit indicates the level (e.g., 115 = first-year course).
                                                                             • Italian                                • Family and Social Relations
                                                                             • Japanese                               • History
                                                                             • Latin                                  • Human Geography
SECTION CODE                                                                 • Spanish                                • Interdisciplinary Arts
Indicate the specific section in which you are registering. Section                                                     and Science courses (56-)
codes 51 – 84 normally are reserved for laboratory sections                  Science††                                • Labour Studies
associated with a particular lecture. In some cases, students                • Biology                                • Organizational Teaching and
MUST ALSO REGISTER FOR A LAB SECTION. Otherwise, labs are                    • Biochemistry                             Learning
arranged by the department or instructor once classes have begun.            • Chemistry                              • Political Science
                                                                             • Computer Science                       • Psychology
                                                                             • Economics***                           • Social Work
COURSE CREDITS                                                               • Environmental Science
                                                                             • General “03“ Courses,
                                                                                                                      • Sociology/Anthropology/
                                                                                                                        Criminology
0.00    Non-credit activity, such as a lab.                                    Faculty of Science                     • Women’s and Gender Studies**
1.50    Semester half-course.
3.00	Regular semester course. Some 3.00 credit courses
      may be offered over two semesters.
                                                                             † 	Courses in all languages listed above that may be used to satisfy
6.00    Normally a two-semester course or a single-semester,                      Language, Arts requirements include: xx-100, xx-101, xx-102, xx-200,
        double-credit intensive language training course.                         xx-201, xx-202, xx-300, xx-301. All French Studies courses count as
                                                                                  Language option requirements. 08-110 and 08-111 (formerly 07-110 and
STUDENTS MUST REGISTER FOR ANY TWO-SEMESTER                                       07-111) also count as language option requirements. All other courses in
                                                                                  any language listed above count only as Arts options.
COURSE IN BOTH THE FALL AND WINTER TERMS.
                                                                             ††	For students in the Faculty of Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences, the
                                                                                  following Nursing courses will satisfy a Science option requirement:
                                                                                  63-351, 63-391 and 63-399.
CLASS DAYS                                                                   †††	The following courses may be taken for Social Science credit: 51-160,
                                                                                  58-110 and 58-210.
M       Monday                      F      Friday                            * 	The following Women’s and Gender Studies courses may be taken for
T       Tuesday                     S      Saturday                               Arts credit: 53-106, 53-120, 53-130, 53-230, 53-240, 53-250, 53-236,
W       Wednesday                   U      Sunday                                 53-270, 53-300, 53-335, and 53-345.
                                                                             **	53-106, 53-120, 53-130, 53-230, 53-240, 53-250, 53-270, 53-300, and
R       Thursday                                                                  53-345 can satisfy either a Social Science or an Arts requirement.
                                                                                  Women’s and Gender Studies 53-220 will satisfy either a Social Science
                                                                                  or a Science requirement.
                                                                             ***	All Economics courses satisfy either Social Science or Science course
                                                                                  requirements.

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SELECTING YOUR COURSES
Fall Semester (Winter semester registration begins in November). Please check online for updates, www.uwindsor.ca/timetables

SAMPLE TIMETABLE WORKSHEET
   TIME          MONDAY            TUESDAY           WEDNESDAY          THURSDAY          FRIDAY           There are multiple
    8:30                                                                                                   sections of this class.
    9:00                                                                                                   Schedule it last because
    9:30                                                                                                   you’ll have many times
   10:00       03-62-140-02                         03-62-140-02
                                                                                                           from which to choose.
   10:30                         02-46-115-02                        03-62-140-02
   11:00
   11:30                                                                                                   If you register for the
   12:00                                                                                                   lecture section of this
   12:30                                            03-62-140-53                                           course (03-62-140-02),
    1:00                                                                                                   you must also register for
    1:30                                                                                                   a lab section. Choose one
    2:00
                                                                                                           of the sections from 51 to
                                                                                                           64. Note that lectures and
    2:30
                                                                                                           labs don’t always follow
    3:00
                                                                                                           the same time pattern.
    3:30
    4:00
    4:30
    5:00
    5:30
                                                                                                           This class is taught one
    6:00                                                                                                   night/week for three hours.
    6:30
    7:00       02-53-106-30

TIMETABLE WORKSHEET
    TIME              MONDAY                    TUESDAY            WEDNESDAY                THURSDAY                  FRIDAY
     8:30
     9:00
     9:30
    10:00
    10:30
    11:00
    11:30
    12:00
    12:30
     1:00
     1:30
     2:00
     2:30
     3:00
     3:30
     4:00
     4:30
     5:00
     5:30
     6:00
     6:30
     7:00

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ARTS, HUMANITIES AND SOCIAL SCIENCES OVERVIEW
CHOOSING YOUR MAJOR                                                                                02-48-110 Foundations of Social Life
Your academic major is the program of study in which you are most interested. Each                 02-53-100 Women in Canadian Society
program has required and/or recommended courses for your first year of study. Before               02-53-106 Women and Religion (can also be counted as an Arts course)
enrolling, consult the program requirements in the Undergraduate Calendar. Interested              02-53-120 Gal Pals: Women and Friendship (can also be counted as an Arts course)
in two majors? You can combine two areas of study in a Combined Honours (or Double                 02-54-100 Labour and Social Movements in Canadian Society
Major) four-year program. In the first term, you should take the courses listed for both           02-54-105 Working for a Living
programs. In addition, you should plan to meet with advisors in both areas of study to             EXPLORE YOUR CREATIVE SIDE
ensure your course selections meet all requirements.
                                                                                                   Put some music in your life and earn academic credit! Each of these courses counts as
CHOOSING A MINOR                                                                                   one-half (0.5) credit:
In addition to your major, you can also gain an advantage by including a “minor” in                01-33-210 University Singers (by audition)
your academic major. A minor is an area of supplementary specialization (generally 6               01-33-220 University Wind Ensemble (by audition)
specific courses in an area of study). Tailor a university experience that is unique to you!       01-33-240 Jazz Ensemble (by audition)
                                                                                                   01-33-310 Chamber Choir (by audition)
CHOOSING A CERTIFICATE                                                                             Contact the School of Creative Arts, Ext. 2829, or email soca@uwindsor.ca for more
You might also be interested in taking courses toward a certificate (generally 8-10                information. Private lessons (full or half credit): 60- or 30-minute lessons in classical or
specific courses). Certificate programs within the Faculty of Arts, Humanities and                 jazz/pop for all instruments/voices. Audition required; fees apply. Other music courses
Social Sciences (FAHSS) include: Arts Management; Law and Politics; North American                 available, subject to availability and instructor approval.
Studies; Public Administration; Second Language Education; Women’s and Gender                      Interested in Visual Arts? Our foundational Studio courses have a limited number of
Studies; and Work and Employment Issues.                                                           places for non-majors each semester:
DISCOVERING YOUR INTERESTS (UNDECLARED MAJOR)                                                      01-27-105 Studio Practice and Ideas/Space
                                                                                                   01-27-106 Studio Practice and Ideas/Image
Your undergraduate years are a time of discovery—of who you are, your strengths, and               01-27-107 Studio Practice and Ideas/Drawing
what your passion is in life. If you are unsure in what you want to major, you can register        01-27-108 Studio Practice and Ideas/Time-Based
as an “Undeclared Major” in your first year of study. This will give you the opportunity
to try different subject areas and discover your real interests. To help you, we require           LOOKING FOR A SCIENCE COURSE?
all Undeclared Majors to seek academic advising at the university’s Student Success                Science courses include those offered in: Biological Sciences; Computer Science; Earth
Centre (uwindsor.ca/advising), and in the departments in which you have a particular               & Environmental Sciences; Mathematics & Statistics; and Physics. Suggested Science
interest. As an Undeclared Major, you should take Understanding the Contemporary                   courses for majors in FAHSS programs:
World (01-01-120: double-credit course in Fall semester), a course specifically designed           03-41-200 Life Choices and Economics
to help you develop and explore your own university skills.                                        03-55-100 Biology of Organisms
EFFECTIVE WRITING                                                                                  03-57-110 Introductory Crime Scene Investigation
                                                                                                   03-57-201 Introduction to Forensic Science
All first-year students in a FAHSS program must take Effective Writing I (01-01-150 in             03-60-104 Computer Concepts for End-Users
the Fall semester and Effective Writing II in the Winter semester.) (English majors are            03-60-106 Programming in C for Beginners
exempt from Effective Writing II.) These foundational courses are designed to help you             03-62-101 Access to Differential Calculus
develop the writing skills you need to succeed in your university courses. The Effective           03-62-102 Access to Linear Algebra
Writing courses include an online component, as well as a weekly, on-campus                        03-64-190 Introduction to Astronomy I
class component.                                                                                   03-64-191 Introduction to Astronomy II
LOOKING FOR AN ARTS COURSE?                                                                        03-66-100 Introduction to Geomorphology
Arts courses include those offered in: Dramatic Art; English; Languages, Literatures               03-66-102 Atmosphere and Climate
and Cultures; Philosophy; and the Creative Arts. You may take one or two of these                  03-66-110 Natural Hazards and Disasters
courses in your first year of study. Here are some suggested Arts courses:                         INTERESTED IN LEARNING A LANGUAGE?
01-07-137 Introduction to German, Italian and Spanish Literature                                   Most programs in FAHSS have Language or Science requirements. There are
01-11-162 Introduction to Roman Civilization                                                       many Language courses open to students who have no previous knowledge of
01-11-211 Greek Prose                                                                              the language, including:
01-11-212 Greek Poetry                                                                             German (01-15-102 and 01-15-202)**
01-11-221 Latin Prose                                                                              Italian (01-21-102 and 01-21-202)**
01-11-222 Latin Poetry                                                                             Latin (01-14-100)
01-11-280 Topics in Classical Culture                                                              Spanish (01-23-102 and 01-23-202)**
01-24-111 Theatre in Contemporary Culture
01-24-130 Theatre History I                                                                        ** These are intensive double-credit courses.
01-26-103 Writing Creatively
01-26-128 Women and Literature                                                                     French: Students with Grade 11 “U” French can take 01-29-114 (Preparatory French:
01-26-140 Topics in Literature                                                                     Intermediate Level II). Students with Grade 12 “U” French can take 01-29-121 (French
01-28-150 Contemporary Visual Culture                                                              Language Training I) followed by 01-29-122 (French Language Training II). Students
01-34-110 Introduction to Western Philosophy                                                       may also take 01-29-141 (Introduction to Literary Studies). Use your language skills
01-34-112 Philosophy and Human Nature                                                              to go on an exchange program at a foreign university in Year 3, a great asset when you
01-34-129 Contemporary Moral Issues                                                                look for a job!
01-34-130 Philosophy and Popular Culture
01-34-160 Reasoning Skills                                                                         If you already have some language background, call the Department of Languages,
01-39-110 Fundamentals of Film Theory and Aesthetics                                               Literatures and Cultures at Ext. 2888 for placement into a more advanced language
                                                                                                   course.
LOOKING FOR A SOCIAL SCIENCE COURSE?
                                                                                                   Note: Suggested courses listed in this overview may be offered in the Fall, Winter or
Social Science courses include those offered in: Anthrozoology; Communication, Media               both terms. Students should check available offerings when planning and selecting
and Film; History; Political Science; Psychology; Social Work; Sociology, Anthropology             courses.
and Criminology; Women’s and Gender Studies; and Work and Employment. Social
Science courses you might take in your first year of study:
02-51-160 Animals and Humans in Society (also offered as an Arts course)
02-38-101 Social Justice in Action
02-38-140 Queer Activism (also offered as 02-53-140)
02-40-101 Introduction to Media and Society
02-40-140 Introduction to Film Studies
02-43-113 Europe Encounters the World: Facing Islam, 8th-15th Century
02-43-123 The World in the 20th Century 1914-1945
02-45-100 Introduction to Canadian Government and Politics
02-45-120 Space, Place, and Scale: Foundations of Human Geography
02-45-130 Comparative Politics in a Changing World
02-46-115 Introduction to Psychology as a Behavioural Science
02-46-116 Introduction to Psychology as a Social Science
02-47-117 Meeting Human Needs through Social Welfare
02-48-100 Understanding Social Life

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SELECTING YOUR COURSES
Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences
Note: 1) 01-01-150, Effective Writing is required for all first-year Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences majors.
      2) Language courses count as Arts or Science courses.

FALL 2018
                                                                                                                               Required Course:                         Recommended OTHER COURSES
                        MAJOR                                                  MAJOR COURSES                                   Effective Writing       Social Science (02-)         Arts/Languages (01-) Science (03-)
 Aeronautics                                           02-02-197, 01-01-120                                                        01-01-150                    02-46-115                  one arts or one Science
 Interdisciplinary Arts and Science                    02-56-100, either 03-62-139 or 03-62-140, two science course pairs. Consult with artssci@uwindsor.ca
 Communication, Media and Film                         02-40-101, 02-40-112 (if interested in film production)                     01-01-150                      one                  one or two arts, language,
                                                                                                                                                                                                science
 Concurrent General B.A. (Communication, Media         02-40-101, 02-40-112 (for Communications Technology teachable)                                                                   one arts or language or
                                                       plus 05-80-199                                                              01-01-150                      one                         one science
 and Film)/B.Ed.
 Concurrent General B.A. (Drama)/B.Ed.                 01-24-100+Lab, 01-24-160 plus 05-80-199                                     01-01-150                                            two courses from second
                                                                                                                                                                                            teachable subject
 Concurrent General B.A. (English Language and
                                                       01-26-120, 01-26-210 plus 05-80-199                                         01-01-150                      one                  one language or one science
 Literature)/B.Ed.
 Concurrent General B.A. (French Studies)/B.Ed.        01-29-121, 01-29-141 plus 05-80-199                                         01-01-150                      one                     one arts or one science
 Concurrent General B.A. (History)/B.Ed.               02-43-110 and 02-43-123 and/or 02-43-113 plus 05-80-199                  01-01-150                  one                 one language or one science
 Concurrent General B.A. (Mathematics)/B.Ed.           Refer to General Bachelor of Mathematics chart (page 13). Please seek counselling in the Department of Mathematics office when selecting Science
                                                       courses. Email mthsta2@uwindsor.ca for an appointment. Plus 05-80-199
 Concurrent B.Mus. in Music Education (Hons)
                                                       01-32-112, 01-32-126, 01-32-222 plus**
 and B.Ed.
 Concurrent General B.A. (Psychology)/B.Ed./E.C.E.     02-46-115                                                               01-01-150                    one              one arts, one language or science
 Concurrent General B.A. (Science)/B.Ed.               Refer to General Science chart (page 12). Teachable areas may be Chemistry, Biology or Physics. Please seek counselling in the Faculty of Science office
                                                       when selecting Science courses. Email science@uwindsor.ca for an appointment. Plus 05-80-199
 Concurrent General B.A. (Visual Arts)/B.Ed.           two of 01-27-105, 01-27-106, 01-27-107, 01-27-108;                      01-01-150                                        one language or one science
                                                       plus 01-28-150 plus 05-80-199
 Criminology                                           02-48-110                                                                   01-01-150                      one              one arts and one language or science
 Disability Studies                                    02-37/38-101, 02-46-115, 02-47-117                                          01-01-150                     one arts, language, social science or science
 Disability Studies and Psychology                     02-37/38-101, 02-46-115, 02-47-117                                          01-01-150                     one arts, language, social science or science
 Dramatic Art (B.F.A.): Acting                         01-24-100+Lab, 01-24-120, 01-24-126, 01-24-128, 01-24-130                   01-01-150
 Drama in Education and Community                      01-24-100+Lab, 01-24-160                                                    01-01-150                   02-46-115               one language or one science
 Dramatic Art Honours B.A.                             01-24-100+Lab, 01-24-117 (if interested in design/tech) or 01-24-130        01-01-150                      one                one language or one science
                                                       or 01-24-225 (if interested in performance)
 Drama and Communication, Media and Film               01-24-100+Lab, 02-40-101, 02-40-112 (if interested in                       01-01-150                    one course from any area including drama and
                                                       film production)                                                                                                 one language or one science
 English Language and Literature                       01-26-120, 01-26-210                                                        01-01-150                      one                one language or one science
 English: Creative Writing                             01-26-120, 01-26-210                                                        01-01-150                      one                  one language or one science
 Family and Social Relations                           02-48-110                                                                   01-01-150                      two                  one language or one science
 French Studies                                        01-29-121, 01-29-141                                                        01-01-150                      one                     one arts or one science
 Greek and Roman Studies                               01-11-161 and/or 01-11-221 and/or 01-14-100 (Latin)                         01-01-150                      one                     one arts or one science
 History                                               02-43-110 and 02-43-123 and/or 02-43-113                                    01-01-150                      one                  one language or one science
 International Relations and
                                                       02-45-100 (Section 01), 02-45-160, 02-43-123                                01-01-150                     one arts, language, social science or science
 Development Studies
 Law and Politics                                      02-45-100 (Section 01), one of 02-45-130 or 02-45-160                       01-01-150                      one                  one language or one science
 Liberal Arts and Professional Studies                 01-01-120 and one of: 02-45-100, 02-54-100, 03-60-104 or 04-75-100          01-01-150                            one course from any area of study
 Media Art Histories and Visual Culture                two of 01-27-105, 01-27-106, 01-27-107, 01-27-108; plus 01-28-150           01-01-150          02-43-123 or 02-43-197
 Modern Language German*                               01-15-102, 01-07-137 and/or 01-07-120                                       01-01-150                      one                     one arts or one science
 Modern Language Italian*                              01-21-102, 01-07-137 and/or 01-07-120                                       01-01-150                      one                     one arts or one science
 Modern Language Spanish*                              01-23-102, 01-07-137 and/or 01-07-120                                       01-01-150                      one                     one arts or one science
 Modern Language (with year abroad)*                   01-15-102 or 01-21-102 or 01-23-102, 01-07-137 and/or 01-07-220             01-01-150                      one                     one arts or one science
 Modern Language(s) and Second
                                                       01-15-102 or 01-21-102 or 01-23-102, 01-07-137 and/or 01-07-220             01-01-150                  Contact an adviser in Modern Language(s), Ext. 2873
 Language Education*
 Music B.Mus.
 Music B.Mus. in Music Education                       01-32-112, 01-32-126, 01-32-222 plus**                                      01-01-150
 Music B. Mus., Comprehensive
 Music Honours B.A.                                    01-32-112, 01-32-126, 01-32-222 plus**                                      01-01-150                                           one language or one science
 Philosophy                                            01-34-110                                                                   01-01-150                      one                     two from this category
 Political Science                                     02-45-100 (Section 01), one of 02-45-130 or 02-45-160                       01-01-150                      one                  one language or one science
 Political Science: French Specialization              02-45-100 (Section 01), one of 02-45-130 or 02-45-160, 01-29-121            01-01-150                                           one language or one science
 Psychology / Child Psychology /
                                                       02-46-115                                                                   01-01-150                      one              one arts and one language or science
 Developmental Psychology
 Social Work                                           02-47-117                                                                   01-01-150                   two                         one science
 Social Work and Disability Studies                    02-37/38-101, 02-46-115, 02-47-117                                          01-01-150              one course from any area excluding Disability Studies,
                                                                                                                                                                       Psychology or Social Work
 Social Work and Women’s Studies                       02-47-117, 02-53-100 and one Women’s and Gender Studies elective            01-01-150                      one course from any area excluding
                                                                                                                                                             Women’s and Gender Studies and Social Work
 Sociology                                             02-48-110                                                                   01-01-150                   one             one arts and one language or science
 Undeclared (first year only)                          01-01-120 (double-weighted)                                                 01-01-150                      one                          one science
 Visual Arts (B.F.A.)                                  two of 01-27-105, 01-27-106, 01-27-107, 01-27-108; plus 01-28-150           01-01-150                                           one language or one science
  Visual Arts and the Built Environment (VABE)         01-27-107, 01-28-150, 01-36-110, 01-36-119                               01-01-150                                                03-62-101
  Visual Arts and Communication, Media and Film        01-28-150 or 02-40-101; two of 01-27-105, 01-27-106, 01-27-107,                                                      one language or one science (if not
                                                                                                                                01-01-150
  (Studio Arts)                                        01-27-108; 02-40-112 (if interested in film production)                                                                       taking 02-40-112)
  Visual Arts and Communication, Media and Film        01-39-110, 02-40-101, 02-40-112; one of 01-27-106,
                                                       01-27-107, 01-27-108                                                     01-01-150
  (Film Production and Media Arts)
  Women’s and Gender Studies                           02-53-100 and one Women’s and Gender Studies elective                    01-01-150                  one                     one arts or language
 *	Students with no previous knowledge of the language will take the 100-level course in German, Italian or Spanish. Students with previous knowledge of the language will take a placement test to
    determine the appropriate level. The 01-15-102, 01-21-102 and 01-23-102 courses are intensive language training courses worth double credit.
** Additional courses in Performance should be chosen with the help of a Music advisor. Call Ext. 2829 or email soca@uwindsor.ca

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Business Administration

                                                                                                                                   OTHER REQUIRED COURSES
                                          REQUIRED MAJOR COURSES
                                                                                                             Arts (01-)                Social Science (02-)                Science (O3-)

  Bachelor of Commerce – Honours Business Administration (including Co-op)

  FALL 2018          04-75-100                                                                                                                                         03-41-110, 03-62-194

  Take two non-Business courses in Fall Semester.

  Bachelor of Commerce – Honours Business Administration and Economics

  FALL 2018          04-75-100, 03-41-110                                                                                                                                   03-62-194

  Take two non-Business or non-Economics courses in Fall Semester.

  Bachelor of Commerce – Honours Business Administration and Computer Science (including Co-op)

  FALL 2018          03-60-100, 03-60-140, 04-75-100                                                                                                                   03-41-110, 03-62-140

Education

FALL 2018
                                                                                                                                                     Recommended Courses
                                                                                                                  Required Course:
                          MAJOR                                             MAJOR COURSES                                                                           Arts/Language (01-)
                                                                                                                  Effective Writing   Social Science (02-)
                                                                                                                                                                       Science (03-)
                                                               02-40-101, 02-40-112 (for Communication                                                          one arts or one language or
 Concurrent General B.A. (CMF)/B.Ed.                           Technology teachable) plus 05-80-199                   01-01-150               one                       one science

                                                               01-24-100+Lab, 01-24-160 plus 05-80-199                                                            two courses from second
 Concurrent General B.A. (Drama)/B.Ed.                                                                                01-01-150                                      teachable subject
 Concurrent General B.A. (English Language and                 01-26-120, 01-26-210 plus 05-80-199
 Literature)/B.Ed.                                                                                                    01-01-150               one               one language or one science

 Concurrent General B.A. (French Studies)/B.Ed.                01-29-121, 01-29-141 plus 05-80-199                    01-01-150               one                  one arts or one science
                                                               02-43-110 and 02-43-123 and/or
 Concurrent General B.A. (History)/B.Ed.                       02-43-113 plus 05-80-199                               01-01-150               one               one language or one science

 Concurrent General Bachelor of Mathematics/                   Refer to General Bachelor of Mathematics chart (page 13). Please seek counselling in the Department of Mathematics office when
 Bachelor of Education                                         selecting Science courses. Email mthsta2@uwindsor.ca for an appointment. Plus 05-80-199

 Concurrent B.Mus. in Music Education (Hons)                   01-32-112, 01-32-126, 01-32-222 plus*
 and B.Ed.

 Concurrent General B.A. (Psychology)/B.Ed./E.C.E.             02-46-115                                              01-01-150               one             one arts, one language or science

                                                               Refer to General Science chart (page 12). Teachable areas may be Chemistry, Biology or Physics. Please seek counselling in
                                                               the Faculty of Science office when selecting Science courses. Email science@uwindsor.ca for an appointment.
 Concurrent General Bachelor of Science/Bachelor               Normally, the teachables are selected from the two areas of concentration in the Faculty of Science General Program.
 of Education                                                  Students should consult the Faculty of Education website for a list of teachables and combinations of second teachables. All
                                                               students should see an adviser in the Faculty of Science and the Faculty of Education on a regular basis to discuss course
                                                               selection and academic progress. Plus 05-80-199
                                                               two of 01-27-105, 01-27-106, 01-27-107,
 Concurrent General B.A. (Visual Arts)/B.Ed.                   01-27-108; plus 01-28-150 plus 05-80-199               01-01-150                                 one language or one science

* Additional courses in Performance should be chosen with the help of a Music adviser. Call Ext. 2829 or email soca@uwindsor.ca.

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SELECTING YOUR COURSES
Engineering
  Bachelor of Applied Science in Engineering (Honours) - ALL PROGRAMS – Choose one Group and register in all the courses and sections for that Group only.
  Do not mix sections from different groups. Depending on the class, you MAY have to register separately for lecture, laboratory or tutorial sections.

  FALL 2018                                                                                 Group 1                                                 Group 2

  Engineering and Design: 06-85-133 lecture, laboratory                                     Section 01                                              Section 02

  Engineering Mechanics: 06-85-111 lecture, tutorial                                        Section 01                                              Section 02

  Differential Calculus: 03-62-140 lecture, tutorial                                        Section 01, tutorial 51-56                              Section 02, tutorial 57-62

  Linear Algebra (Engineering): 03-62-126 lecture, tutorial                                 Section 01                                              Section 02

  Engineering and the Profession: 06-85-118 lecture                                                                                            Section 01
  Bachelor of Applied Science in Engineering (Honours) - ALL PROGRAMS – In the Winter Semester, students are required to register in courses in the same group in which
  they registered for Fall semester courses. Do not mix sections from different groups.

Human Kinetics
                                                                                                                                                              OTHER COURSES
               MAJOR                                                     MAJOR COURSES
                                                                                                                                      Arts (01-)         Social Science (02-)        Science (O3-)
  FALL 2018
                                         07-95-211 Section 01, 07-95-225 Section 01, 07-95-265 Section 01,
  Bachelor of Human Kinetics             07-95-265 select a lab section, 07-95-280 Section 01                                                               One non-kinesiology

Nursing

                                                                                                                                                   OTHER REQUIRED COURSES*
          MAJOR                                                MAJOR COURSES
                                                                                                                         Arts (01-)           Social Science (02-)                Science (O3-)
  FALL 2018
  B.Sc.N. Nursing                11-63-166, 11-63-171, 11-63-172, 11-63-175                                                                          02-46-115*
*Note: You must choose the special section of Psychology 02-46-115 designated for nursing students.

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SELECTING YOUR COURSES
Science
1. All students using this grid should attend Head Start or make an appointment with an academic adviser in their program area if desired.
2. Email science@uwindsor.ca for direction to an appropriate academic advisor.
3. “Open Choice” means any course that fulfils the degree requirements. Many students choose to select a Faculty of Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences (FAHSS) course in the first year. Attend Head Start or seek academic advice for
   further assistance with your course choices.

  BIOLOGICAL SCIENCES

                                                                                                                                                             Combined B.Sc. Honours Program in Behaviour, Cognition
  B.Sc. Honours Biological Sciences                                            B.Sc. Honours Molecular Biology and Biotechnology
                                                                                                                                                             and Neuroscience
  Fall 2018                                                                    Fall 2018                                                                     Fall 2018
  03-55-141*                                                                   03-55-141*                                                                    02-46-115
  03-59-140*                                                                   03-59-140*                                                                    03-55-141*
  03-62-139* or 03-62-140*         1
                                                                               03-60-104 or 03-60-106                                                        03-59-140*
  FAHSS or open choice2                                                        03-62-139* or 03-62-140*1                                                     open choice (03-62-139* or 03-62-140*1 are recommended)
  One of the following pairs:                                                  One of the following pairs:                                                   One of the following pairs:
  03-60-104 or 03-60-106                03-60-205                              03-64-130*                             03-64-131*                             03-60-104 or 03-60-106                03-60-205
  03-60-140*                            03-60-141*                             03-64-140*                             03-64-141* (or 03-64-131*)             03-64-130*                            03-64-131*
  03-64-130*                            03-64-131*                                                                                                           03-64-140*                            03-64-141* (or 03-64-131*)
  03-64-140*                            03-64-141* or (03-64-131*)                                                                                           03-66-100                             03-66-102
  03-66-100                             03-66-102                                                                                                            03-66-140*                            03-66-141
  03-66-140*                            03-66-141
  B.Sc. Honours Biology and Biochemistry (Health and
  Biomedical Stream)
  Fall 2018
  03-55-141*
  03-59-140*
  03-62-139* or 03-62-140*1
  03-64-140*
  FAHSS or open choice2

  CHEMISTRY AND BIOCHEMISTRY

                                                                                                                                                            B.Sc. Honours Biochemistry or Honours Biology and
  B.Sc. Chemistry Major or Honours                                             B.Sc. Honours Chemistry and Physics
                                                                                                                                                            Biochemistry (Health and Biomedical Stream)

  Fall 2018                                                                    Fall 2018                                                                    Fall 2018

  03-59-140*                                                                   03-59-140*                                                                   03-55-141*

  03-62-120 or 03-62-1251                                                      03-62-120 or 03-62-1251                                                      03-59-140*

  03-62-139* or 03-62-140*1                                                    03-62-139* or 03-62-140*1                                                    03-62-139* or 03-62-140*1

  03-64-140*                                                                   03-64-140*                                                                   03-64-140*

  open choice                                                                  open choice                                                                  FAHSS or open choice2
* Course with lab
1
  Students who have credit for MCV4U Calculus and Vectors may register in 03-62-140* (and/or 03-62-120 if required for their program); those who do not have MCV4U should register in 03-62-139* (and/or 03-62-125
if required for their program).
2
  In the Health and Biomedical Stream, at least one FAHSS course or one open choice must be taken during the first year.

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SELECTING YOUR COURSES
 Science
1. All students using this grid should attend Head Start or make an appointment with an academic adviser in their program area if desired.
2. Email science@uwindsor.ca for direction to an appropriate academic advisor.
3. “Open Choice” means any course that fulfils the degree requirements. Many students choose to select a Faculty of Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences (FAHSS) course in the first year. Attend Head Start or seek academic advice
   for further assistance with your course choices.

  COMPUTER SCIENCE

                                                                              Bachelor of Computer Science (Honours) (with/without                          B.Sc. Honours Computer Science with Software Engineering
  Bachelor of Computer Science (General)
                                                                              Co-op)                                                                        Specialization (with/without Co-op)

  Fall 2018                                                                   Fall 2018                                                                     Fall 2018

  03-60-100*                                                                  03-60-100*                                                                    03-60-100*

  03-60-140*                                                                  03-60-140*                                                                    03-60-140*

  03-62-120 or 03-62-125        1
                                                                              03-62-120 or 03-62-125           1
                                                                                                                                                            03-62-120 or 03-62-1251

  03-62-139* or 03-62-140*1                                                   03-62-139* or 03-62-140*1                                                     03-62-139* or 03-62-140*1

  open choice                                                                 open choice                                                                   open choice

  B.Sc. Honours Computer Information Systems                                  Bachelor of Computing Science Honours
  (with/without Co-op)                                                        Applied Computing (with/without Co-op)

  Fall 2018                                                                   Fall 2018

  03-60-100*                                                                  03-60-100*

  03-60-140*                                                                  03-60-140*

  03-62-120 or 03-62-1251                                                     03-62-120 or 03-62-1251

  03-62-139* or 03-62-140*1                                                   03-62-139* or 03-62-140*1

  04-75-100                                                                   open choice

  ECONOMICS

  Bachelor of Arts Economics General                                          Bachelor of Arts Economics Honours                                            Bachelor of Science Economics Honours

  Fall 2018                                                                   Fall 2018                                                                     Fall 2018

  03-41-110                                                                   03-41-110                                                                     03-41-110

  03-60-104 (recommended)                                                     03-60-104 (recommended)                                                       03-60-104

  03-65-205 (recommended)                                                     03-62-120 or 03-62-125       1
                                                                                                                                                            03-62-120 or 03-62-1251

  open choice                                                                 03-62-139* or 03-62-140*1                                                     03-62-139* or 03-62-140*1

  open choice                                                                 open choice                                                                   open choice
* Course with lab
1
  Students who have credit for MCV4U Calculus and Vectors may register in 03-62-140* (and/or 03-62-120 if required for their program); those who do not have MCV4U should register in 03-62-139* (and/or 03-62-125
if required for their program).

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SELECTING YOUR COURSES
1. All students using this grid should attend Head Start or make an appointment with an academic adviser in their program area if desired.
2. Email science@uwindsor.ca for direction to an appropriate academic advisor.
3. “Open Choice” means any course that fulfils the degree requirements. Many students choose to select a Faculty of Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences (FAHSS) course in the first year. Attend Head Start or seek academic
   advice for further assistance with your course choices.

  ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE                                                                                             ENVIRONMENTAL STUDIES

  B.Sc. Honours Environmental Science                                                                               Honours B.E.S. (Bachelor of Environmental Studies)

  Fall 2018                                                                                                         Fall 2018

  03-55-141*                                                                                                        02-45-120

  03-59-140*                                                                                                        03-66-100

  03-62-139* or 03-62-140*1                                                                                         03-66-141

  03-66-141                                                                                                         14-58-100

  open choice                                                                                                       open choice

  FORENSIC SCIENCE                                                                                                  GENERAL SCIENCE

  Bachelor of Forensic Science                                                                                      B.Sc. General Science

  Fall 2018                                                                                                         Fall 2018

  02-48-110                                                                                                         Two sets of two courses from two different Departments or Schools

  03-55-141*                                                                                                        03-41-110                                                 03-41-111

  03-59-140*                                                                                                        03-55-140*                                                03-55-141*

  03-62-139* or 03-62-140* or open choice
                                   1
                                                                                                                    03-59-140*                                                03-59-141*

  14-57-110                                                                                                         03-60-140*                                                03-60-141*

  Combined B.A. in Forensics                                                                                        03-62-139* or 03-62-140*         1
                                                                                                                                                                              03-62-141

  Fall 2018                                                                                                         03-64-140*                                                03-64-141*

  02-48-110                                                                                                         03-66-140*                                                03-66-141

  03-55-141                                                                                                         One set of two courses from a third Department or School

  03-62-139* or 03-62-140*         1
                                                                                                                    03-41-110                                                 03-41-111

  14-57-110                                                                                                         03-55-140*                                                03-55-141*

  Second major/open option. Advising is available at forensics@uwindsor.ca or from a program                        03-59-140*                                                03-59-141*
  advisor in the second major.                                                                                      03-60-104                                                 03-60-205

  Concurrent General Bachelor of Science/Bachelor of Education                                                      03-60-140*                                                03-60-141*

  Refer to General Science chart (right). Plus 05-80-199. Teachable areas may be                                    03-62-139* or 03-62-140*         1
                                                                                                                                                                              03-62-141
  Chemistry, Biology or Physics. Please seek counselling in the Faculty of Science office
  when selecting Science courses. Email science@uwindsor.ca for an appointment.                                     03-62-139* or 03-62-140*1                                 03-65-205

  Normally, the teachables are selected from the two areas of concentration in the                                  03-64-130*                                                03-64-131*
  Faculty of Science General Program. Students should consult the Faculty of Education
                                                                                                                    03-64-140*                                                03-64-141*
  website for a list of teachables and combinations of second teachables. All students
  should see an adviser in the Faculty of Science and the Faculty of Education on a                                 03-66-140                                                 03-66-141
  regular basis to discuss course selection and academic progress.
                                                                                                                    Two additional courses:

                                                                                                                    open choice                                               open choice

                                                                                                                    open choice                                               open choice

                                                                                                                    Various other Science or Arts and Social Science courses count toward a degree.
                                                                                                                    Seek program advising for more information. Email science@uwindsor.ca for an
                                                                                                                    appointment.
* Course with lab
1
  Students who have credit for MCV4U Calculus and Vectors may register in 03-62-140* (and/or 03-62-120 if required for their program); those who do not have MCV4U should register in 03-62-139* (and/or 03-62-125
if required for their program).

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SELECTING YOUR COURSES
1. All students using this grid should attend Head Start or make an appointment with an academic adviser in their program area if desired.
2. Email science@uwindsor.ca for direction to an appropriate academic advisor.
3. “Open Choice” means any course that fulfils the degree requirements. Many students choose to select a Faculty of Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences (FAHSS) course in the first year. Attend Head Start or seek academic
   advice for further assistance with your course choices.

  MATHEMATICS AND STATISTICS

  Bachelor of Mathematics (General and Honours) and                            Bachelor of Mathematics (Honours Mathematics and
                                                                                                                                                           Honours Mathematics with Finance Concentration
  Honours Mathematics and Statistics                                           Computer Science)

  Fall 2018                                                                    Fall 2018                                                                   Fall 2018

  03-60-140*                                                                   03-60-100*                                                                  03-41-110 or open choice

  03-62-120 or 03-62-125        1
                                                                               03-60-140*                                                                  03-60-140*

  03-62-139* or 03-62-140*          1
                                                                               03-62-120 or 03-62-125        1
                                                                                                                                                           03-62-120 or 03-62-1251

  open choice                                                                  03-62-139* or 03-62-140*1                                                   03-62-139* or 03-62-140*1

  open choice                                                                  open choice                                                                 open choice

  Concurrent General Bachelor of Mathematics/Bachelor of Education

  Refer to General Bachelor of Mathematics chart (above). Plus 05-80-199.
  Please seek counselling in the Department of Mathematics office when selecting Science courses.
  Email mthsta2@uwindsor.ca for an appointment.

  PHYSICS

                                                                               B.Sc. Honours Physics (Physics and High Technology)
  B.Sc. Honours Physics (and Co-op)                                                                                                                        B.Sc. Honours Physics (Medical Physics) (and Co-op)
                                                                               (and Co-op)

  Fall 2018                                                                    Fall 2018                                                                   Fall 2018

  03-59-140*                                                                   03-59-140*                                                                  03-59-140*

  03-60-140                                                                    03-60-140                                                                   03-60-140

  03-62-120 or 03-62-125        1
                                                                               03-62-120 or 03-62-125        1
                                                                                                                                                           03-62-120 or 03-62-1251

  03-62-139* or 03-62-140*1                                                    03-62-139* or 03-62-140*1                                                   03-62-139* or 03-62-140*1

  03-64-140*                                                                   03-64-140*                                                                  03-64-140*

  RECOMMENDED COURSES FOR STUDENTS INTENDING TO PURSUE PROFESSIONAL PROGRAMS:

  Pre-professional counselling is available from advisors across campus in each of the program areas. Students interested in a professional program following their undergraduate
  degree can also be advised, or directed to an appropriate advisor, though the Head Start Program, the Centre for Student Success, or from the Faculty of Science.

* Course with lab
1
  Students who have credit for MCV4U Calculus and Vectors may register in 03-62-140* (and/or 03-62-120 if required for their program); those who do not have MCV4U should register in 03-62-139* (and/or 03-62-125
if required for their program).

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COURSE DESCRIPTIONS
Faculty of Arts, Humanities                             01-07-220 Language, Linguistics and Society               01-11-280 Topics in Classical Culture
and Social Sciences                                     This course complements 07-120. The scientific            A thematic examination of a single social historical
                                                        study of language and its interaction with society:       topic in Greco Roman antiquity. Topics may vary
                                                        contextualized language use, discourse and text           from year to year. (May be repeated for credit if
01-01-120 Understanding the Contemporary                linguistics, social and regional variation, language      content changes.)
World                                                   and the brain, language processing, language
This course will explore current political, cultural    acquisition, and writing systems. (Required of all        01-14-100 Introductory Latin I
and social contexts. The perceived gulf between the     Modern Languages majors. Recommended to take              Designed for the student with little or no
“ivory tower” and the “real world” will be bridged      in sequence with 07-120).                                 background in Latin. Emphasis on attainment
each week as we analyze major current issues                                                                      of reading skills prerequisite for Latin courses
with attention to popular culture. (Restricted to       01-08-261 Introduction to Arabic Culture                  numbered 200 and above, and for practical use in
undeclared majors.) (3 lecture/1 tutorial hours a       An interdisciplinary cultural studies course that         theology, philosophy, medieval studies, linguistics,
week.)                                                  surveys the complex history that has shaped Arabic        and comparative literature.
                                                        culture and the major forces that continue to effect
01-01-150 Effective Writing I                           changes in Arabic culture. (The course is offered in      01-15-102 Intensive German for Beginners
A foundational course aimed at developing effective     English.)                                                 This intensive, language training course combines
writing skills for communicating ideas in academic                                                                the content of 15-100 and 15-101 into a single
and other contexts. Topics may include grammar,         01-11-161 Introduction to Greek Civilization              term. Students will obtain credit for two courses.
paragraph writing conventions, academic learning,       An introduction to the cultural values and                Note: 6 hours of class time per week. (Only for
and critical thinking. This is a hybrid course.         achievements of the ancient Greeks. Topics                students with no prior knowledge of German.)
                                                        will include geography, history, mythology and            (Antirequisites: 15-100 or 15-101)
01-01-204 Health Care Ethics through the                religion, language and literature, art and daily
Life Span                                               life. (Recommended for prospective Classical              01-15-202 Intensive Intermediate German
Explores ethical issues of general interest which       Civilization majors.)                                     This intensive language-training course combines
arise during the life span, from conception until                                                                 the content of two courses into a single term.
death, including methods to prevent contraception,      01-11-162 Introduction to Roman Civilization              Students will obtain credit for two courses. Note: 6
methods to aid in reproduction, medical treatment       An introduction to the cultural values and                hours of class time per week. (Prerequisites: 15-101
for children, organ transplantation, research           achievements of the ancient Romans. Topics                or 15-102, or permission of instructor.)
on human subjects, foregoing life sustaining            will include geography, history, mythology and
treatment, advance directives, assisted suicide, and    religion, language and literature, art and daily life.    01-21-102 Intensive Italian for Beginners
euthanasia. This course is not directed specifically    (Recommended for prospective Greek and Roman
to health professionals.                                                                                          This intensive language training course combines
                                                        Studies majors.)                                          the course content of 21-100 and 21-101 into a single
                                                                                                                  term. Note: 6 hours of class time per week. (Only
01-01-209 Ethics in the Professions                     01-11-211 Greek Prose                                     for students with no prior knowledge of Italian.)
Examines what constitutes a profession, its             An introduction to ancient Greek prose literature         (Antirequisites: 21-100 or 21-101)
legitimacy, and its authority from society. The         from the fifth century BC to the second century AD,
responsibilities of professionals to their clients,     with selected readings in translation. Authors may        01-21-202 Intensive Intermediate Italian
professions, and society are mapped. Codes of           include historiographers, orators, philosophers, or
ethics and other statements of ethical standards,                                                                 This intensive language-training course combines
                                                        novelists. Topics may vary from year to year. (May        the content of two courses into a single term.
conflict of interest, and the roles of regulatory       be repeated for credit if content changes.)
bodies and governments are examined and related                                                                   Students will obtain credit for two courses. Note:
to practice through relevant case studies.                                                                        6 hours of class time per week. (Prerequisites:
                                                        01-11-212 Greek Poetry                                    21-101 or 21-102, or permission of instructor.)
                                                        An introduction to ancient Greek poetry from              (Antirequisites: 21-200)
01-07-120 Introduction to Language and
                                                        the eighth century BC to the second century AD,
Linguistics
                                                        with selected readings in translation. Authors            01-23-102 Intensive Spanish for Beginners
An introduction to the scientific study of language,    may include Homer, Hesiod, other early Greek
including language structure, sound systems,                                                                      This intensive language training course combines
                                                        poets, or dramatists (including those of tragedy,         the content of 23-100 and 23-101 in a single term.
semantics, language origins, language families          comedy, and the satyr play). Topics may vary from
and language classification. (Required of all                                                                     Note: 6 hours of class time per week. (Only for
                                                        year to year. (May be repeated for credit if content      students with no prior knowledge of Spanish.)
Modern Languages majors and recommended in              changes.)
the first year of study.)                                                                                         (Antirequisites: 23-100 or 23-101)

                                                        01-11-221 Latin Prose                                     01-23-202 Intensive Intermediate Spanish
01-07-137 Introduction to German, Italian
                                                        An introduction to ancient Latin prose literature         This intensive language-training course combines
and Spanish Literature
                                                        from the third century BC to the second century           the course content of two courses into a single
A study of the history and culture of European          AD, with selected readings in translation. Authors
civilization through salient works of German, Italian                                                             term. Students will obtain credit for two courses.
                                                        may include orators, historiographers, novelists,         (6 credit hours; 6 hours of class time per week.)
and Spanish literature (in English translation).        or philosophers. Topics may vary from year to year.       (Prerequisites: 23-100 and 23-101, or 23-102.)
                                                        (May be repeated for credit if content changes.)          (Antirequisites: 23-200 and 23-201.)
01-07-202 Culture and Ideas: From the Black
Death to the Enlightenment                              01-11-222 Latin Poetry                                    01-23-261 Culture and Civilization of Spanish
An interdisciplinary, team taught survey course         An introduction to ancient Latin poetry from the          America
focusing on major issues and achievements in            third century BC to the fourth century AD, with
European civilization from the late Middle Ages to                                                                Readings and discussion, in English, of topics from
                                                        selected readings in translation. Authors may             the history and culture of Spanish America.
the era of the Enlightenment, including literary,       include dramatists, epic poets, elegists, or satirists.
religious, and philosophical writings, as well as art   Topics may vary from year to year. (May be repeated
and music.                                                                                                        01-24-100 The Nature of Theatre I
                                                        for credit if content changes.)
                                                                                                                  Introduction to the Process of Theatre. Two of the
                                                                                                                  following topics will be covered: the analysis of the
                                                                                                                  play script; the mechanics of performance; the

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principles of direction; and the theories of design/    of audience, purpose, and context; planning,             01-27-107 Studio Practice and Ideas/Drawing
technical theatre. Nature of Theatre is a two part      logical development, and organization; and               An investigation of a variety of drawing processes,
sequence, required for majors in all School of          format and style. (Because of the large number of        materials and concepts in a studio environment
Dramatic Art programs. A laboratory assignment          written assignments and the need for individual          that fosters personal exploration and expression.
supporting the production schedule of University        instruction, enrolment in 26-100 is limited.)            (Lab fees may apply.)
Players is required for either 24-100 or 24-200.        (Not open to students majoring in English.)
Three critical writing assignments are required for
                                                                                                                 01-27-108 Studio Practice and Ideas/Time
the term in which a laboratory is not taken. This       01-26-103 Writing Creatively                             Based
course must be successfully completed in the            An introduction to the fundamentals of writing
first year of the program. (Laboratory hours by                                                                  An investigation of the principles, vocabulary
                                                        creatively in various genres with emphases on            and concepts of time based arts including digital
arrangement.)                                           reading and writing skills, discussions of published     media. Students will gain knowledge of the creative
                                                        texts, and in-class workshops and writing                possibilities of emerging technologies and will
01-24-117 Drawing for the Theatre                       exercises. (No portfolio submission required for         develop a basic understanding of methods, tools
Introductory course confronting challenges in           admission.) (Does not count for credit as one of the     and techniques of time based media.
drawing for the theatre. Areas covered will include     five required creative writing courses of the English
common and innovative materials, elementary             Literature and Creative Writing program.)
                                                                                                                 01-28-150 Contemporary Visual Culture
drafting, perspective, contour drawing and shading,
and their computer enhancement.                                                                                  A critical investigation of the visual imagery and
                                                        01-26-120 Writing about Literature
                                                                                                                 artifacts of contemporary culture. Drawing upon
                                                        An introduction to the basic tools for analyzing and     examples from TV, advertising, cinema, cyber
01-24-120 Voice for the Actor I                         writing about literature. Students will be trained in    culture, architecture, design and art, students
An introduction to the study and practice of voice      practical criticism of the major genres of literature    are introduced to such concepts as spectacle,
and speech for the theatre. (Corequisites: 24-126,      (poetry, drama, and narrative) and will write several    kitsch, simulacrum, hypertext paradigm. (Lab
24-128) (Restricted to B.F.A. Acting students only.)    critical essays. (Not available on an audit basis.)      fees may apply.)
(Laboratory hours by arrangement.)                      (Restricted to majors in English and B.A.S. only.)
                                                                                                                 01-29-121 French Language Training I
01-24-126 Movement for the Actor I                      01-26-128 Women and Literature
                                                                                                                 A study of norms and functions of the French
An introduction to the study and practice of            An introduction to the ways in which women have          verb system, nouns, pronouns, and modifiers.
movement for the actor. (Corequisites: 24-120,          been represented and constructed in English              Oral practice, pronunciation and composition.
24-128.) (Restricted to B.F.A. Acting students only.)   literature of various periods.                           (Prerequisite: Grade 12 “U” French or Français, or
(Laboratory hours by arrangement.)                                                                               equivalent.) (Antirequisite: any previous 200-level
                                                        01-26-140 Topics in Literature                           French language training courses.)
01-24-128 Improvisation and Introduction to             An introduction to a topic in literature. Topics
Acting for the Theatre I                                may include: Canadian Aboriginal literature;             01-29-141 Introduction to Literary Studies
An introduction to the study and practice of            literature pertaining to topics such as the Bible,       An introduction to the analysis of literary genres:
acting with an emphasis on the basic elements           the environment, disability studies, film, or music;     poetry, drama, and prose fiction. (Prerequisite:
of improvisation. (Corequisites: 24-120, 24-126.)       comparative literatures; or world literatures in         Grade 12 “U” French or Francais, or equivalent)
(Restricted to B.F.A. Acting students only.)            English. (May be repeated for credit if the topics are   (Note: 29-141 is a prerequisite course for all
(Laboratory hours by arrangement.)                      different.)                                              literature courses in French Studies.)

01-24-130 Theatre History I                             01-26-210 Early British Literature                       01-32-112 Music Theory I
Critical approaches to the main elements of Greek       A critical study of selected works of major writers      Examination of basic harmonic, contrapuntal, and
and Roman theatre, medieval western and Asian           of the Medieval, Renaissance, Restoration, and           formal elements in tonal music. (Admission by
theatre, Italian, Spanish and English Renaissance       early 18th century periods (from 450 to 1760)            examination or consent of instructor.) (Should be
Theatre (Open to non Dramatic Art majors.)              (Restricted to English majors only.) (Students may       taken concurrently with 32-222.) (3 hours a week,
                                                        not receive credit for both 26-210 and 26-110).          plus 2 keyboard laboratory hours a week.)
01-24-160 Introduction to Drama in
Education and Community I                               01-27-105 Studio Practice and Ideas/Space                01-32-126 Music History and Literature I
An introduction to the principles, theories             An investigation of the principles, vocabulary           Musical styles from the Middle Ages to about 1750.
and applications of Drama in Education and              and concepts of space based art, including but           (Prerequisite: admission to the B.Mus., B.A. (Music)
Community with an emphasis on creativity,               not limited to sculpture and installation. Using         or Concurrent Bachelor of Music-Bachelor of
storytelling, and the developmental aspects of play.    traditional and contemporary materials, processes        Education programs, or consent of the instructor.)
(Restricted to Drama in Education and Community         and practices, students will gain knowledge and
majors or consent of instructor.)                       experience through the exploration of the creative
                                                                                                                 01-32-222 Basic Skills I
                                                        possibilities of three dimensional space.
                                                                                                                 Intensive drills in ear training, sight singing,
01-24-210 Speech Communication to Inform                                                                         dictation, and basic keyboard. (Admission by
A beginning course designed to help the student         01-27-106 Studio Practice and Ideas/Image                examination or consent of the instructor.)
to develop poise and confidence in communicating        An introduction to the fundamental skills                (Should be taken concurrently with 32-112.) (1.50
information. (Not available on an Audit basis.)         and critical concepts of visual perception               credit hour course.)
(Also offered as 40-210.)                               and production common to all areas of two-
                                                        dimensional image making. Basic principles of
                                                                                                                 01-33-210 University Singers
01-24-225 Introductory Acting I                         composition and design, light and pigment based
                                                        colour theory, as these apply to painting, photo         Admission by audition. Performance of literature of
A practical study of the fundamentals of acting                                                                  various styles from all periods. (Normally 4 hours a
                                                        based processes, and print production. Their use
experienced through acting exercises. (Not open to                                                               week.) (May be repeated for credit.)
                                                        and application will be will be explored within the
BFA Acting students.)                                                                                            (1.50 credit hour course.)
                                                        contemporary art context. Class projects may
                                                        involve inter disciplinarity between these media.
01-26-100 Composition                                   Studio assignments are combined with related             01-33-220 University Wind Ensemble
An exploration of the fundamentals of effective         critical theory, historical practice and current         Admission by audition. Performance of major
writing, including attention to rhetorical concepts     strategies. (Lab fees may apply.)                        works of the band and wind ensemble literature

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COURSE DESCRIPTIONS
by groups of various sizes. Performances at           fee. Course requirements include a performance           roles and stereotypes, or other topics.
University convocations, high school assemblies,      examination before a faculty jury at the end of
and university concerts. (Normally 4 hours a week.)   each term of study, as well as the achievement of        01-34-160 Reasoning Skills
(May be repeated for credit.) (1.50 credit hour       the appropriate Level of Achievement. Students           An explanation of, and practice in, the basic
course.)                                              should consult the School of Music for specific          knowledge, skills and attitudes which are essential
                                                      details regarding curricula for these examinations.      components of reasoning well. (Antirequisite: 34-162.)
01-33-240 Jazz Ensemble                               It is the responsibility of the student to arrange for
Performance of works arranged for standard jazz       a qualifying audition by contacting the School of
                                                      Music not later than the end of the first week of        01-36-110 Architectural Design I
band instrumentation. (Normally 4 hours a week.)                                                               An introduction to the fundamental skills
(May be repeated for credit.) (1.50 credit hour       classes. Students who fail to do so will relinquish
                                                      their right to attend such classes and must              and critical concepts of visual perception
course.)
                                                      complete the normal procedure for dropping a             and production common to all areas of two-
                                                      course as outlined on the “Course Change Form”.          dimensional image-making. Basic principles of
01-33-247 Voice (Performance Instruction)             Private instruction courses are intended to be           composition and design, light and pigment-based
                                                      taken in consecutive semesters. Any interruption         colour theory, as these apply to painting, photo-
01-33-248 Piano (Performance Instruction)             in study must be followed by an audition for             based processes, and print production. Their use
                                                      re-entry into the performance course sequence.           and application will be will be explored within the
01-33-249 Organ (Performance Instruction)             The audition will be scheduled in consultation           contemporary art context. Class projects may
                                                      with the Performance Area Co-ordinator at the            involve interdisciplinarity between these media.
01-33-252 Flute (Performance Instruction)             beginning of the semester. This course may not be        Studio assignments are combined with related
                                                      taken by Bachelor of Music or Concurrent Bachelor        critical theory, historical practice and current
01-33-253 Oboe (Performance Instruction)              of Music-Bachelor of Education students to meet          strategies. The lab is intended to introduce
                                                      the specific degree requirements in Performance
                                                                                                               students to design concept of form, space,
                                                      Studies. (May be repeated for credit.)
01-33-254 Clarinet (Performance Instruction)                                                                   composition, in two and three dimensions, and
                                                                                                               how they relate to human experiences. Students
                                                      01-33-270 Community Choir
01-33-255 Saxophone (Performance                                                                               are introduced to the principles of design and the
Instruction)                                          Membership open to everyone without audition.            design process as a foundation for architectural
                                                      Rehearsals one evening a week, and normally one          design. (6 lecture hours and 6 laboratory hours
                                                      concert given during the term. (Normally 2.5 hours
01-33-256 Bassoon (Performance                                                                                 per week.) (6.0 credit course) (Credit will not be
                                                      a week.) (May not count toward the B.Mus. or
Instruction)                                          Bachelor of Music-Bachelor of Education degree.)
                                                                                                               granted for 27-106 if taken subsequently to 36-110.)
                                                                                                               (Restricted to students in the Visual Arts and the
                                                      (May be repeated for credit.) (1.50 credit hour
01-33-257 French Horn (Performance                    course.) (Offered on a pass/not pass basis.)             Built Environment program.)
Instruction)
                                                      01-33-310 Chamber Choir                                  01-36-116 Computer Graphics
01-33-258 Trumpet (Performance                        Selected literature suitable for performance by          An introduction to computer graphics. This
Instruction)                                          a small choir. (Prerequisite: 2 terms of 33-210, or      course utilizes Autodesk’s AutoCAD and Revit on
                                                      33-220, or 33-230, or consent of instructor.) (May       IBM-compatible hardware. The course stresses
01-33-259 Trombone (Performance                       be repeated for credit.) (1.50 credit hour course.)      three-dimensional digital modeling as a primary
Instruction)                                          (Normally 4 hours week.)                                 method of communication and design and includes
                                                                                                               elements of computer-visualization techniques.
                                                                                                               Students acquire hands on experience through
01-33-261 Euphonium (Performance                      01-34-110 Introduction to Western Philosophy             a series of laboratory exercises and individual
Instruction)                                          An introduction to philosophy through the study          projects. (Taken at the University of Detroit Mercy.)
                                                      of major figures and movements in the Western            (Open to Visual Arts and the Built Environment
01-33-262 Tuba (Performance Instruction)              philosophical tradition. The figures and themes          (VABE) students only.)
                                                      selected for any given year will be chosen by the
01-33-263 Violin (Performance Instruction)            instructor.                                              01-36-119 Introduction to Architecture I
                                                                                                               An Introduction to Architecture is offered to first-
01-33-264 Viola (Performance Instruction)             01-34-112 Philosophy and Human Nature                    year VABE students to create awareness of the
                                                      What is human nature? How do we think of                 profession of architecture. The course looks at:
01-33-265 Cello (Performance Instruction)             ourselves as human beings? The course will               the history of the profession; how architecture is
                                                      examine several of the principal theories of human       practised; how the profession is changing; current
01-33-266 Double Bass (Performance                    nature that have been put forward in Western             issues with the architectural profession; and
Instruction)                                          philosophy.                                              ethical concerns facing a practitioner today. The
                                                                                                               course gives students a broad-based background
01-33-267 Percussion (Performance                     01-34-129 Contemporary Moral Issues                      into architecture before they have an opportunity
Instruction)                                          A critical examination of philosophical arguments        to be engaged in practice. (Taken at the University
                                                      about controversial moral issues. Readings will          of Detroit Mercy.) (Open to Visual Arts and the Built
                                                      be chosen by the instructor on issues connected          Environment (VABE) students only.)
01-33-268 Harp (Performance Instruction)
                                                      with one or several of such areas as: biomedical
                                                      ethics; euthanasia; suicide; environmental ethics;       01-39-110 Fundamentals of Film Theory
01-33-269 Guitar (Performance Instruction)            the treatment of animals; war and violence;              and Aesthetics
                                                      pornography; and censorship.                             This course introduces students to basic concepts
01-33-271 Applied Jazz/Pop (Performance                                                                        in film theory and aesthetics and is specifically
Instruction)                                          01-34-130 Philosophy and Popular Culture                 oriented towards production practices. Students
                                                      A philosophical inquiry into one or more of the          will explore the history of film with a focus on
The above courses offer performance instruction       more important contemporary cultural forms and           the dominant artistic and commercial forms,
within the format of a group master class. As part    phenomena. Topics may vary and may include               theoretical analyses, genre classifications and
of this course, students may take optional weekly     popular music, television, virtual reality, sexual       evolving technologies that have influenced and
private lessons for which there is a private lesson                                                            transformed its practices and meanings in relation

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