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Integrative Courses

Integrative Courses

Complementary Integrative Courses

Complementary Integrative Courses

Students in the B.A. & Sc. are required to complete at least one integrative course (at least 3 credits), possibly within one of their programs, chosen from the following list:

Complementary Integrative Courses
ANTH 201 (3) Prehistoric Archaeology
ANTH 203 (3) Human Evolution
ANTH 208 (3) Evolutionary Anthropology
ANTH 227 (3) Medical Anthropology
ANTH 302 (3) New Horizons in Medical Anthropology
ANTH 311 (3) Primate Behaviour and Ecology
ANTH 312 (3) Zooarchaeology
ANTH 411 (3) Primate Studies & Conservation
ANTH 418 (3) Environment and Development
ANTH 423 (3) Mind, Brain and Psychopathology
ANTH 443 (3) Medical Anthropological Theory
ANTH 511 (3) Computational Approaches to Prehistory
BASC 201 (3) Arts & Science Integrative Topics
BASC 396 (3) Undergraduate Research Project
BASC 449D1, BASC 449D2 (6) Integrative Research Project
BIOL 210 (3) Perspectives of Science
BIOL 307 (3) Behavioural Ecology/Sociobiology
COMP 280 (3) History and Philosophy of Computing
COMS 200 (3) History of Communication
COMS 210 (3) Introduction to Communication Studies
ECON 225 (3) Economics of the Environment
ECON 310 (3) Introduction to Behavioural Economics
ECON 326 (3) Ecological Economics
ECON 347 (3) Economics of Climate Change
ECON 405 (3) Natural Resource Economics
ECON 440 (3) Health Economics
ECON 546 (3) Game Theory
ENVR 200 (3) The Global Environment
ENVR 201 (3) Society, Environment, and Sustainability
ENVR 202 (3) The Evolving Earth
ENVR 203 (3) Knowledge, Ethics and Environment
GEOG 200 (3) Geographical Perspectives: World Environmental Problems
GEOG 203 (3) Environmental Systems
GEOG 221 (3) Environment and Health
GEOG 302 (3) Environmental Management 1
GEOG 303 (3) Health Geography
GEOG 350 (3) Ecological Biogeography
HIST 238 (3) Histories of Science
HIST 249 (3) Health and the Healer in Western History
HIST 292 (3) History and the Environment
HIST 319 (3) The Scientific Revolution
HIST 330 (3) Science in the Medieval West
HIST 348 (3) China: Science-Medicine-Technology
HIST 350 (3) Science and the Enlightenment
HIST 356 (3) Medicine in the Medieval West
HIST 424 (3) Gender, Sexuality & Medicine
LING 390 (3) Neuroscience of Language
LING 555 (3) Language Acquisition 2
MATH 328 (3) Computability and Mathematical Linguistics
MATH 338 (3) History and Philosophy of Mathematics
PHIL 220 (3) Introduction to History and Philosophy of Science 1
PHIL 221 (3) Introduction to History and Philosophy of Science 2
PHIL 341 (3) Philosophy of Science 1
PHIL 350 (3) History and Philosophy of Ancient Science
PHIL 361 (3) 18th Century Philosophy
PHIL 411 (3) Topics in Philosophy of Logic and Mathematics
PHIL 441 (3) Philosophy of Science 2
SOCI 225 (3) Medicine and Health in Modern Society
SOCI 234 (3) Population and Society
SOCI 235 (3) Technology and Society
SOCI 338 (3) Introduction to Biomedical Knowledge
SOCI 390 (3) Gender and Health
SOCI 508 (3) Medical Sociology and Social Psychiatry
SOCI 525 (3) Health Care Systems in Comparative Perspective

As a substitute, students can fulfil the requirement for a complementary integrative course by conducting library or empirical research that integrates the components of their program as a 3- or 6-credit independent study course, thesis course, or research course, with approval of the Director of Advising Services, Science.

Bachelor of Arts & Science—2012-2013 (last updated Nov. 12, 2012) (disclaimer)