Program Requirements

Diaspora and Transnational Studies (Arts)

Major Program ERMAJ1407

7.0 credits, including at least 2.0 300/400-level credits.

Students must successfully complete the equivalent of 7.0 credits, fulfilling ALL of the following requirements:

  1. DTS201H5 and DTS202H5
  2. 5.0 credits from the list of electives at the bottom of this page.
  3. 1.0 400-level credits, of which 0.5 must be from the following list of St. George courses: DTS401H1, DTS402H1, DTS403H1, DTS404H1, DTS405H1, DTS406H1 (should be taken in the fourth year of study).

Minor Program ERMIN1407

4.0 credits, including at least 1.0 300/400-level credits.

Students wishing to do a Diaspora and Transnational Studies Minor Program must successfully complete the equivalent of 4.0 credits, fulfilling ALL of the following requirements:

  1. DTS201H5 and DTS202H5
  2. 2.5 credits from the list of electives at the bottom of this page.
  3. 0.5 400 level credit (should be taken in the fourth year of study)

Students are responsible for checking the co- and prerequisites for all courses.


Anthropology: ANT209H5, ANT350H5, ANT352H5

Cinema Studies: CIN303H5

Communication, Culture, Information & Technology: CCT200H5, CCT218H5, CCT275H5, CCT300H5, CCT320H5, CCT430H5

English: ENG140Y5, ENG203Y5, ENG250Y5, ENG252Y5, ENG270Y5, ENG271H5, ENG272H5, ENG274H5, ENG370H5, ENG371H5, ENG382H5

Geography: GGR207H5, GGR208H5, GGR210H5, GGR267H5, GGR269H5, GGR287H5, GGR313H5, GGR318H5, GGR325H5, GGR329H5, GGR333H5, GGR349H5, GGR353H5, GGR365H5, GGR381H5, GGR418H5, GGR420H5

History: HIS203H5, HIS306H5, HIS312H5, HIS314H5, HIS318H5, HIS330H5, HIS338H5, HIS364H5, HIS366H5, HIS367H5, HIS369H5, HIS371H5, HIS384H5, HIS385H5, HIS388H5, HIS389H5, HIS390H5, HIS391H5, HIS393H5, HIS394H5, HIS396H5, HIS403H5, HIS416H5, HIS454H5, HIS476H5, HIS478H5, HIS479H5, HIS487H5, HIS492H5

History of Religions: RLG207H5, RLG208H5, RLG209H5, RLG352H5, RLG356H5, RLG357H5, RLG361H5, RLG374H5, RLG445H5

Language Studies: FRE391H5, FRE397H5; ITA234H5, ITA238H5, ITA255Y5

Political Science: POL113H5, POL114H5, POL208Y5, POL218Y5, POL303Y5, POL310Y5, POL317Y5, POL320Y5, POL340Y5, POL343Y5, POL346Y5, POL355Y5, POL369Y5, POL446Y5

Sociology: SOC236H5, SOC253H5, SOC263H5, SOC330H5, SOC332H5, SOC341H5, SOC349H5, SOC354H5, SOC375H5, SOC380H5, SOC417H5, SOC425H5, SOC432H5, SOC433H5, SOC457H5, SOC460H5

Women and Gender Studies: WGS200Y5, WGS215H5, WGS250H5, WGS301H5, WGS335H5, WGS350H5, WGS355H5, WGS368H5, WGS369H5, WGS420H5, WGS430H5

Arts & Science courses that can be applied to the program:
Please refer to

Other substitutions will be considered on a case-by-case basis after the submission of the relevant syllabus.

Students without pre- and co-requisites or written permission of the instructor can be de-registered from courses at any time.