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Critical Thinking and Analysis

   U0 Complementary Courses (9 credits)

9 credits in total will be chosen, but no more than 6 credits may be taken in the Critical Thinking & Analysis category below:

C2 - Critical Thinking & Analysis

Anthropology

ANTH 203 (3) Human Evolution
ANTH 207 (3) Ethnography Through Film
ANTH 208 (3) Evolutionary Anthropology
ANTH 210 (3) Archaeology of Early Cities

Atmospheric & Oceanic Science

ATOC 181 (3) Intro to Atmospheric Science
ATOC 182 (3) Intro to Oceanic Sciences
ATOC 183 (3) Climate and Climate Change
ATOC 184 (3) Science of Storms
ATOC 185 (3) Natural Disasters

Biology

BIOL 111 (3) Principles: Organismal Biology
BIOL 112 (3) Cell and Molecular Biology
BIOL 115 (3) Essential Biology

Chemistry

CHEM 110 (4) General Chemistry 1
CHEM 115 (4) Acc Gen Chem: Giants in Sci
CHEM 120 (4) General Chemistry 2
CHEM 199 (3) FYS*: Why Chemistry?
*FYS: First Year Seminar

Computer Science

COMP 199 (3) FYS*:Excursions in Computer Science
*FYS: First Year Seminar

Earth & Planetary Sciences

EPSC 180 (3) The Terrestrial Planets
EPSC 181 (3) Environmental Geology
EPSC 182 (3) Astrobiology
EPSC 185 (3) Natural Disasters
EPSC 199 (3) FYS*: Earth & Planetary Explor.
EPSC 201 (3) Understanding Planet Earth
EPSC 233 (3) Earth and Life History
*FYS: First Year Seminar

Earth System Sciences

ESYS 104 (3) Earth System Science

Economics

ECON 205 (3) An Intro to Political Economy
ECON 219 (3) Current Econ Problems: Topics

History

HIST 193 (3) FYS*: Topics in History
HIST 194 (3) FYS*: Jewish Concepts of Others
HIST 195 (3) FYS*: Sources of World History
HIST 199 (3) FYS*: Medieval Women and Men
HIST 200 (3) Intro to African History
HIST 202 (3) Survey: Canada to 1867
HIST 203 (3) Survey: Canada since 1867
HIST 204 (3) History of Great Britain to 1688
HIST 205 (3) Ancient Mediterranean History
HIST 206 (3) Africa& the Indian Ocean World
HIST 207 (3) Jewish History:400 BCE to 1000
HIST 208 (3) Intro to East Asian History
HIST 211 (3) American History to 1865
HIST 212 (3) Science and Medicine in Canada
HIST 214 (3) Intro to European History
HIST 216 (3) History of Russia to 1801
HIST 219 (3) Jewish History: 1000-2000
HIST 221 (3) United States since 1865
HIST 236 (3) Russia from 1801 to 1991
HIST 238 (3) Histories of Science
HIST 249 (3) Health & the Healer in West Hist
*FYS: First Year Seminar

Linguistics

LING 199 (3) FYS*: Language and Mind
LING 200 (3) Intro to the Study of Language
LING 201 (3) Introduction to Linguistics
*FYS: First Year Seminar

Philosophy

PHIL 198 (3) FYS*: Knowledge & Ideas in Early Modern Philosophy
PHIL 199 (3) FYS*: Minds, Brain and Machines
PHIL 200 (3) Intro to Philosophy 1
PHIL 201 (3) Intro to Philosophy 2
PHIL 210 (3) Intro to Deductive Logic 1
PHIL 220 (3) Intro to Hist & Phil of Sci 1
PHIL 221 (3) Intro to Hist & Phil of Sci 2
PHIL 230 (3) Intro to Moral Philosophy 1
*FYS: First Year Seminar

Physics

PHYS 101 (4) Intro Physics - Mechanics
PHYS 102 (4) Intro Physics - Electromagnetism
PHYS 131 (4) Mechanics and Waves
PHYS 142 (4) Electromagnetism & Optics
PHYS 180 (3) Space, Time & Matter
PHYS 181 (3) Everyday Physics
PHYS 182 (3) Our Evolving Universe
PHYS 183 (3) The Milky Way Inside and Out
PHYS 224 (3) Physics of Music

Political Science

POLI 221 (3) Government of Canada
POLI 222 (3) Political Process & Behaviour in Canada
POLI 226 (3) La vie politique québécoise
POLI 231 (3) Intro to Political Theory
POLI 232 (3) Modern Political Thought

Psychiatry

PSYT 199 (3) FYS*: Mental Illness & The Brain
*FYS: First Year Seminar

Psychology

PSYC 100 (3) Introduction to Psychology

Sociology

SOCI 210 (3) Sociological Perspectives
SOCI 225 (3) Medicine&Health in Mod Society
SOCI 230 (3) Sociology of Ethnic Relations
SOCI 235 (3) Technology and Society
SOCI 247 (3) Family & Modern Society
SOCI 250 (3) Social Problems
SOCI 270 (3) Sociology of Gender