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BA Degree With Honours

Specialized Honours Program

8. i) Specialized studies for the Honours BA degree may be taken in business economics, Canadian studies, drama studies, economics, English, Útudes franšaises, history, information technology, international studies, mathematics, multidisciplinary studies, philosophy, political science, psychology, sociology, translation and women's studies. Students who wish to obtain a Specialized Honours BA shall become a candidate for the degree in one of these areas.

ii) A detailed description for the Specialized Honours program in each discipline can be found at the beginning of the schedule of courses offered in that discipline.

Combined Honours Program

iii) Candidates for a Honours BA degree may, with the approval of the departments concerned, divide their studies between two of the disciplines offered in the college. They will then become candidates for Combined Honours, and take at least 60 credits in the two areas concerned. Information concerning the courses required or recommended for different combinations can be found at the beginning of the schedule of courses offered in the disciplines of their choice.

General Honours Program

iv) Studies in this program typically require the same calibre of work as required for Combined or Specialized Honours and will entail at least 36 credits in one area of study. For a specific description of course requirements for General Honours in each discipline, students should consult the program description found at the beginning of the schedule of courses offered in the various disciplines.

Honours Double Major Program

v) Studies in this program typically require the same calibre of work as required for Combined or Specialized Honours, and will entail at least 36 credits in each area of study. For a specific description of course requirements for Honours Double Major, students should consult the program description found at the beginning of the schedule of courses offered in the various disciplines.


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