Major

Major Program ERMAJ0728 Canadian Studies (Arts)

7.0 credits are required, fulfilling the following requirements: HIS261H5 (Introduction to Canadian History) and HIS358H5 (Canada Since World War Two); POL214Y5 (Canadian Government and Politics); ENG252Y5 (Canadian Literature) or ENG353Y5 (Canadian Fiction) or ENG354Y5 (Canadian Poetry); GGR202H5 (Geography of Canada) and 3.5 additional credits (at least 2.0 of which must be at the 300/400 level) in courses chosen from the list below or approved by the program advisor.

The following U of T Mississauga courses can be taken to complete the requirements for a Major in Canadian Studies.

  • ANT241Y5 Aboriginal Peoples of North America
  • CIN205H5 Canadian Auteurs
  • DRE200H5 Canadian Theatre History
  • ECO323Y5 Canadian Economic History
  • ENG215H5 The Canadian Short Story
  • ENG271H5 Diasporic Literatures of Toronto
  • ENG274H5 Indigenous Literature and Storytelling
  • ENG352H5 Canadian Drama
  • ENG357H5 New Writing in Canada
  • ENG358H5 Topics in Canadian Literature
  • ENG424H5 Advanced Studies: Canadian and Indigenous North American Literatures
  • ENG425H5 Advanced Studies: Canadian and Indigenous North American Literatures
  • ENG426H5 Advanced Studies: Canadian and Indigenous North American Literatures
  • FAH292H5 Canadian Art
  • FRE312H5 From the Gothic and Fantastic Novels to Realism in Quebec
  • FRE316H5 Urban Attraction and the Quebec Contemporary Novel
  • FRE417H5 Comedy and Tragedy in Quebec Theatre
  • FRE474H5 Teaching and Learning Varieties of Canadian French
  • GGR348H5 The Great Lakes -- A Sustainable Natural Resource?
  • GGR384H5 Climatology of Canadian Landscapes
  • HIS263Y5 The History of Canada
  • HIS311H5 Introduction to Canadian International Relations
  • HIS312H5 Canadian Communities 1600-2000
  • HIS313H5 Canadian Working-Class History to 1919
  • HIS314H5 20th Century Canadian Working-Class History
  • HIS315H5 Indigenous Peoples and Immigrants in Canada
  • HIS318H5 Canadian Environmental History: Contact to Conservation
  • HIS319H5 Canadian Environmental History: Conservation to the Modern Environmental Movement
  • HIS326Y5 History of Women in Canada, 1600-2000
  • HIS367H5 Diasporic Canada
  • HIS368H5 Canada in the First World War
  • HIS369H5 Great Lakes Aboriginal History
  • HIS402H5 Topics in the History of French Canada
  • HIS416H5 Canada and the Second World War
  • HIS452H5 The Great Depression in Canada
  • HIS461H5 History of Upper Canada
  • HIS462H5 Indigenous North Americas
  • HIS487H5 Canadian Social History
  • ITA255H5 The Italian Canadian Experience
  • JPE250Y5 Environmental Politics in Canada
  • MGT429H5 Canadian Income Taxation
  • POL111H5 Canada in Comparative Perspective
  • POL250Y5 Environmental Politics in Canada
  • POL316Y5 Contemporary Canadian Federalism
  • POL336Y5 Ontario Politics
  • POL353Y5 Canadian Public Policy: From the Golden Age to the Era of Globalization
  • POL490H5 Topics in Canadian Politics
  • POL494Y5 Topics in Canadian Politics
  • SOC301H5 Canadian Prisons
  • SOC313H5 Crime in Canadian Society
  • WGS210H5 Women and Work in Contemporary Canada
  • WGS347H5 Indigenous Feminisms and Decolonization