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Academic Calendar 2012-13

Academic Calendar 2012-13

Chapter 4 4-DEGREE

Chapter 4 4-DEGREE REGULATIONS Graduation requirements for second degrees in Professional Programs 1. complete a minimum of 60 credits with a minimum overall average of 70% after no more than 2 attempts in any one course; 2. complete a minimum of 48 credits in the area of the major of the second degree regardless of whether or not the student has completed any courses in the first-degree program in the area of the major of the proposed second-degree program (a student may receive credit for courses already completed and not used to satisfy any of the requirements for the first degree); 3. maintain the minimum grade requirement, and minimum average requirements specified in the general regulations for the specified degree. CERTIFICATE PROGRAMS To be eligible for a certificate program, students are required to complete the requirements with a minimum overall average of 60 percent on all courses presented for the certificate. HONOURS DIPLOMA To be eligible for an Honours Diploma, students are required to complete the requirements with a minimum overall average of 70 percent on all courses presented for the diploma. ACADEMIC REGULATIONS MINORS A minor is available to all students who have declared a major in another discipline consisting of 24 credits in a discipline. In all cases, students will be expected to respect course prerequisite requirements. Minors are to be completed concurrently with the student’s current degree program. A minimum grade of 60 percent is required in the introductory discipline-specific courses to declare a minor in the specific discipline. For specific course requirements for minors, please refer to the discipline-specific sections available in this chapter. The following regulations pertain to minors: 1. Reference to a student’s ‘minor’ will not appear on a student’s official transcript until the student has successfully met the requirements of the degree. 2. The diploma issued to a student after graduation will indicate the program of study for the degree (major) and not the minor completed by the student. 3. A student’s enrolment period to graduate can be extended for the purpose of completing a minor. Therefore, it is acceptable to postpone graduation in order to complete the minor requirements. 4. Priority for course registration will not be given for courses required in the minor. 5. Applications for reading courses will not be considered to complete the requirements of a minor. Student applications for Letters of Permission to complete the minor may be considered by the University Registrar. 6. A minor cannot be completed after a degree has been conferred. A minor must be completed while a student is qualifying for a degree program. 7. A core or compulsory course applied to the requirements for the major may not be applied to the requirements for the minor. Cross-listed courses would be considered the exception if the course(s) has not been used to satisfy the program requirements. 8. Students who have completed a minor will be considered for admission to a second degree program in an honours or four-year degree program. 9. Students who are applying for a certificate program in conjunction with a degree program will not be able to apply for a ‘minor’ in that discipline. 10. Students interested in pursuing more than one ‘minor’ program must receive permission from the University Registrar. All regulations will apply. Students should make the necessary planning to complete the requirements of a minor within a three or four year time period. Students should consult a program advisor to determine if a minor will be permitted in relation to their program of study. For more information on minors, please contact the Office of the Registrar at Algoma University. ALGOMA UNIVERSITY 50

FACULTY PROFESSOR(S) W. Newbigging, B.A. (McMaster), Cert. traduction (Paris), M.A. (McMaster), Ph.D. (Toronto) ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR(S) D. A. Jackson, B.A. (Hons), M.A. (Toronto) ASSISTANT PROFESSOR(S) H. Webkamigad, B.A. (Laurentian), B.Ed. (Laurentian-Nipissing), M.A. (Michigan State) SESSIONAL FACULTY E. Benton-Benai, B.Sc. (Minnesota); D. Bob, B.A. (Laurentian-Algoma); C. Harrington, B.A. (Hons), M.A. (Western Ontario); M. Wabegijig O’Donnell, B.A. (Laurentian- Algoma), M.A. (Carleton) PROFESSOR(S) EMERITUS H. N. Gardezi, B.A. (Lahore), M.A. (Punjab), Ph.D. (Washington State); M. Akram Rajput, M.A. (Punjab), M.A. (Indiana State), Ph.D. (Minnesota) DEGREE REQUIREMENTS: BACHELOR OF ARTS (General) Single Major ANISHINAABEMOWIN First Year • ANIS 1016/1017* or ANIS 2016/2017 (with permission from the department) • SOCI 1016 and ANTR 1007 • 12 – 18 additional credits, of which 6 credits must be from Group III (Sciences) Second and Third Years • ANIS 2016/2017 (if not already completed) • ANIS 2006/2007, ANIS 3016/3017, ANIS 3025, ANIS 3105 • 30 – 36 elective credits * Minimum grade of 60% required. ANISHINAABEMOWIN (OJIBWE) & ANISHINAABE STUDIES BACHELOR OF ARTS (General) Combined Major ANISHINAABEMOWIN Students should refer to the degree regulations pertaining to combined majors. A combined major in the three-year B.A. program requires 30 credits in each of two disciplines. Students must consult the department for Anishinaabemowin requirements for a combined major. First Year • ANIS 1016/1017* or ANIS 2016/2017 (with permission from the department) • SOCI 1016 and ANTR 1007 Second and Third Years • ANIS 2016/2017 (if not already completed) • ANIS 3016/3017 • 12 credits from ANIS 2006/2007, 3015, 3105 * Minimum grade of 60% required. MINOR IN ANISHINAABEMOWIN A minor in Anishinaabemowin is available to students who are qualifying for a degree program. In all cases, students will be expected to respect all course prerequisite requirements. The minor in Anishinaabemowin consists of the following: ANIS 1016/1017 or ANIS 2016/2017 18 credits from ANIS 2006/2007, 2016/2017, 3016/3017, 3025, 3105 More information on minors is available in Chapter Three: Academic Policies, Procedures and Regulations. INTERDISCIPLINARY ABORIGINAL LEARNING CERTIFICATE This Certificate program requires 30 university credits, including: • ANIS 1016/1017 and • 24 additional credits from the following list: ANIS 2006/2007, 3006/3007, ANIS 2067, ANTR 2035, 2055, HIST 3085, 3116, MUSC 2067, ANIS 2016/2017, 2015, 3016, 3017, 3025, 3105, JURI 3106/3017, POLI 3106/3107, SWLF 3406/3407, SWRK 3406/3407, VISA 2026/2027 Chapter 4 ANISHINAABE STUDIES Although no formal program in Anishinaabe Studies exists at Algoma University, several courses with significant Indigenous content are currently offered through various departments. These are collected below for the convenience of students with an interest in this area. Some of these courses can be used in concentrations within their disciplines, while others may be electives in other programs. COURSES OF INTEREST ANTR 2035 Ethnology of North American Native Peoples ANTR 2055 Native Canadians: Heritage & Issues HIST 3085 Native and European Fur Trades in the Central and Upper Great Lakes Region: 1600-1821 HIST 3116 Aboriginal Communities in Canada to 1821 ANIS 1006 Anishinaabe Peoples and our Homelands I ANIS 1007 Anishinaabe Peoples and our Homelands II ANIS 1016 Introductory Anishinaabemowin I ANIS 1017 Introductory Anishinaabemowin II ANIS 2006 Anishinaabe Social Issues ANIS 2007 Anishinaabe Social Movements ANIS 2016 Intermediate Anishinaabemowin I ANIS 2017 Intermediate Anishinaabemowin II ANIS 3006 Government Acts and Policies ANIS 3007 Treaties ANIS 3016 Advanced Anishinaabemowin I ANIS 3017 Advanced Anishinaabemowin II ANIS 3025 Seminar in Advanced Language Studies ANIS 3105 Anishinaabe Oral Literature JURI 3106 Indian Law and Policy in Canada JURI 3107 Treaty Relations POLI 3106 Indian Law and Policy in Canada POLI 3107 Treaty Relations SWRK 3406 Concepts of Wellness in First Nations’ Communities: An Historical Exploration SWRK 3407 Concepts of Wellness in First Nations’ Communities: The Contemporary Context 4-ANISHINAABEMOWIN ALGOMA UNIVERSITY 51

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