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Academic Calendar 2012-13

Academic Calendar 2012-13

Chapter 4 4-ENGLISH &

Chapter 4 4-ENGLISH & FILM ENGL 3997 The Experience of Defeat? John Milton in Restoration England The failure of the English Revolution provides a backdrop to the publication of some of the best known and most influential of John Milton’s works, including Paradise Lost and Samson Agonistes. This course will consider the writings of Milton, along with those of some of his contemporaries, within the literary, cultural, and historical context of Restoration England. The approach of the course will be interdisciplinary, discussing these works from various perspectives, including literary, political, religious, and social frameworks. This will allow students to examine Milton’s later poetry and prose using a range of approaches, and to understand it in the context of post-1660 English society. Students may not retain credit for both ENGL 3997 and HIST 3997. Prerequisite: ENGL 3996 or permission of the department. (LEC 1, SEM 2) (3 cr) ENGL 4686 Senior Seminar I Each seminar will be devoted to a special topic to be proposed by the professor and approved by the department. In all cases the topics must lie within the professor’s field of specialization. Prerequisite: At least 24 credits in English courses or permission of the department. (SEM 3) (3 cr) ENGL 4687 Senior Seminar II Each seminar will be devoted to a special topic to be proposed by the professor and approved by the department. In all cases the topics must lie within the professor’s field of specialization. Prerequisite: At least 24 credits in English courses or permission of the department. (SEM 3) (3 cr) ENGL 4695 Honours Thesis A literary research project in the form of a supervised essay or the equivalent in a creative writing manuscript with an introduction. The final work will be approximately 9000-10,000 words. Students will consult with an English faculty supervisor about topics before the start of their 4th year. The seminar discussions will explore research methods, preparing an academic paper for publication, and other scholarly issues. This course is required for the Honours B.A. 4 in English. Note: Students must apply at the end of 3rd year to take ENGL 4695 in 4th year. (TUT) (6 cr) ENGL 4786 Senior Seminar III Each seminar will be devoted to a special topic to be proposed by the professor and approved by the department. In all cases the topics must lie within the professor’s field of specialization. Prerequisite: At least 24 credits in English courses or permission of the department. (SEM 3) (3 cr) ENGL 4787 Senior Seminar IV Each seminar will be devoted to a special topic to be proposed by the professor and approved by the department. In all cases the topics must lie within the professor’s field of specialization. Prerequisite: At least 24 credits in English courses or permission of the department. (SEM 3) (3 cr) FILM ENGL/FILM 1606 Introduction to Film I: Fundamentals of Film Aesthetics This course will provide a foundation for future film study by offering an introduction to the formal elements of film – cinematography, mise-en-scène, editing and sound – and to the basic aesthetics and vocabulary of film style and genre. Students will develop their critical viewing skills and acquire a critical vocabulary for describing and analyzing films. Students will view films from the Silent Era to contemporary Hollywood, Independent, and International films. Students may not retain credit for more than one of FILM 1606, FILM 1005, or ENGL 1606. (LEC 3, TUT 1) (3 cr) ENGL/FILM 1607 Introduction to Film II: Theoretical and Cultural Contexts Following on from FILM 1006, this course will provide an introduction to some of the major theoretical and critical approaches to the study of film, as well as an introduction to some ways of understanding films in relation to the social, cultural, and institutional contexts in which they are produced and received. Students will view silent and contemporary films. Students may not retain credit for more than one of FILM 1607, FILM 1005, or ENGL 1607. Prerequisite FILM 1606 (LEC 3, TUT 1) (3 cr) ENGL/FILM 2105 World Cinema A study of a body of films chosen to represent the range and variety of work in major film producing countries (other then the U.S.A.) with emphasis on developments since 1945. (LEC 4) (6 cr) ENGL/FILM 2855 Literature and the Film A study of the relations between the two mediums. A number of literary works, a novel and plays, and their film versions will be studied. Prerequisite: FILM 1606/07 or 1005 and ENGL 1006/07 or 1005. (LEC 3) (6 cr) ENGL/FILM 3836 Women and Film Examines the roles of women in film, women behind the camera, and women who write about film. The course makes use of examples from the silent period to the present. May be applied to a concentration in Women’s Studies. Prerequisite: a previous FILM course, or RLST 2365, and ENGL 1005. (SEM 3) (3 cr) FILM 2906 Reel History: Film and the Historical Record This course examines the significant role that the portrayal of historical subjects on film plays in the popular understanding of the past. By showing and evaluating such representations from across a broad range of topics and time periods, this course will encourage students to consider the ways that history is depicted on screen, and to identify the implications of such depictions. Students may not retain credit for both FILM 2906 and HIST 2906. (LEC 2, TUT 1) (3 cr) FILM 2907 Film and Modern History This course focuses on the use of film to portray modern history. Students will be asked to compare and analyze the way modern history is depicted at the movies, and compare these depictions to historical portrayals revealed through other genres, including popular visual media – television and documentary forms – and traditional academic scholarship. Students may not retain credit for both FILM 2907 and HIST 2907. (LEC 2, TUT 1) (3 cr) ALGOMA UNIVERSITY www.algomau.ca 90

FACULTY PROFESSOR(S) R. K. Kadiyala, B.Sc. (Andhra), M.S. (Purdue), Ph.D. (Western Ontario) ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR(S) D. V. Galotta, B.Comm. (Hons), M.B.A. (Queen’s), C.M.A.; P. Matthews, B.Sc., B.Sc. (McGill), M.B.A. (Concordia) ASSISTANT PROFESSOR(S) C. Denomme, B.B.A. (Hons) (Laurentian- Algoma), M.B.A. (Windsor); H. Hornstein, B.A. (Laurentian), Certificate of Honours Standing (University of Western Ontario), M.Sc., Ph.D. (Calgary); H. Luitel, M.A. (Tribhuvan University, Nepal), Ph.D. (West Virginia University, U.S.A.) ADJUNCT PROFESSOR(S) C. B. Willson, B.A. (Toronto), LL.B. (Western Ontario), LL.M. (London School of Economics and Political Science) SESSIONAL FACULTY R. Beggs, B.Sc. (Lakehead), M.B.A. (York); E. M. Bumbacco, B.B.A. (Notre Dame); M. Brant, B.B.A. (Laurentian - Algoma), C.M.A., C.G.A.; F. Carlyle, Dip. Marketing & Sales Management (UBC), B.A. (Simon Fraser); D. McKenney, B.Sc. (Texas A&M), M.Sc. (Guelph), Ph.D. (Australian National); L. Little, B.A. (Hons) (Windsor), M.B.A. (LSSU); J. W. Mitchell, B.Math (Waterloo), C.M.A.; P. Perrier, M.B.A. (Lake Superior State); N. Robinson, B.Comm. (Carleton), Inter’N M.B.A. (Ottawa); A. Rossi, B.A. (Wilfred Laurier), C.A.; L. Silvano, B.B.A. (Laurentian - Algoma), C.A.; J. Stefanizzi, B.Comm. (Hons) (Carleton), C.A.; G. Trevisan, B.A. (Laurentian - Algoma), C.A. PROFESSOR EMERITUS J. S. You, B.A., M.A. (Seoul), Ph.D. (S.U.N.Y.) DEGREE REQUIREMENTS Please refer to the general regulations pertaining to academic programs. Course offerings may not enable students to complete the Economics program on a full-time basis. Students considering this program should consult the faculty advisor to confirm plans to complete the degree. FINANCE & ECONOMICS Department of Business and Economics BACHELOR OF ARTS (General) Single Major ECONOMICS First Year • ECON 1006/1007* • 24 additional credits, of which 6 must be from Group I (Humanities) and 6 from Group III (Science) Second and Third Years • ECON 2106/2107, 3106/3107, STAT 2606 • 15 additional credits in Economics • 30 elective credits *minimum grade of 60% required. BACHELOR OF ARTS (General) Combined Major ECONOMICS Please refer to the general regulations pertaining to combined concentration programs. A combined concentration in the three-year B.A. Program requires 30 credits in each of two disciplines. The Economics requirements for the combined concentration are: First Year • ECON 1006/1007* Second Year • ECON 2106/2107, STAT 2606 • 6 additional credits in Economics Third Year • ECON 3106/3107 • 3 additional credits in Economics *minimum grade of 60% required. CHARTERED ACCOUNTANCY The following courses are recognized by the Institute of Chartered Accountants of Ontario as meeting their requirements: ECON 1006/1007 in Economics and ECON 3065 in Finance. Chapter 4 MINOR IN ECONOMICS A minor in Economics 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 Economics consists of the following: ECON 1006 ECON 1007 Introduction to Microeconomics Introduction to Macroeconomics 18 upper-year ECON credits* * the Department recommends the 18 upper-year ECON credits include: ECON 2106 Microeconomics I ECON 2107 Macroeconomics I ECON 2085 Canadian Economic Problems and Policy More information on minors is available in Chapter Three: Academic Policies, Procedures and Regulations. BACHELOR OF ARTS (Honours) Single Major FINANCE AND ECONOMICS DEGREE REQUIREMENTS This program is designed to equip students with a broad-based understanding of the issues and problems in the world of finance and economics. The program achieves a careful balance between Arts and Business courses with a special focus on finance and economics while meeting the requirements of a B.A. degree and maintaining the depth and breadth of the program contents. The program prepares students for employment in such fields as banking, securities, financial planning, investment analysis and management, economic and financial forecasting and other related fields. The program requires a completion of 72 credits in the area of finance and economics and 48 elective credits. At least 36 of 48 elective credits must be from Humanities and Social Sciences. 4- FINANCE & ECONOMICS www.algomau.ca ALGOMA UNIVERSITY 91

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