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Courses

Spring 2017 (1171) Course Offerings

Please note:

Current course outlines (as below) are also available in the department outside of AQ5121.

*Effective October 2016 the following courses in Humanities are designated Breadth for the BA degree regulations: 
HUM 101, 102, 103, 105, 130, 201, 202, 203, 204, 211, 240, 216, 219, 227, 230, 302, 303, 307, 308, 309, 311, 312, 320, 321, 322, 325, 330, 331,332, 340, 350 and 360.


This page will continue to be updated when course outlines become available. Course offerings are subject to change.

Course Access:

*Approximately 20% of spaces in upper division Humanities courses are reserved for approved humanities program students (Majors, Joint Majors, Minors, Extended Minors). To declare a Humanities program, see the advisor in AQ5116.

*All spaces in the NOW designated courses are reserved for NOW students. At the end of the 4-week web registration period this restriction will be removed and any remaining spaces will be available for general enrolment.

*Approximately 70% of spaces in Surrey Centre courses are reserved for Surrey campus students. At the end of the 4-week web registration period this restriction will be removed and any remaining spaces will be available for general enrolment.

Click on the corresponding section number to dowload course outlines.

Course#

Section

Designation

Course Title

Location

Instructor

101W-3 D900 B-HUM, W
Introduction to the Humanities
Surrey
Wayne Knights

102W-3

D100
B-HUM, W
Introduction to Classical Mythology
Burnaby
David Mirhady
102W-3 C100
C200
B-HUM, W
Introduction to Classical Mythology Distance Education
David Mirhady
103-3 D100 B-HUM
The Invention of the Book: Alphabets, Papyrus, Parchment and Print Burnaby
Paul Dutton
130-3
D100 B-HUM
Introduction to Religious Studies
Burnaby
Michael Newton
130-3 E900 B-HUM Introduction to Religious Studies Surrey Stephen Jones
130-3
C100
C200
B-HUM
Introduction to Religious Studies
Distance Education
Michael Newton
201-3 J100 B-HUM

Great Texts: Ancient World to Renaissance

Harbour Centre
Alessandra Capperdoni
211-3 D100 B-HUM
Art and Literature of the Italian Renaissance
Burnaby Alessandra Capperdoni
308-4 D100 B-HUM

Art in Paris 1850 - 1900 

Burnaby
Heather Dawkins
320-4 D100 B-HUM
The Humanities and Philosophy
 
Burnaby
Alessandra Capperdoni
321W-4 E100 B-HUM, W
Humanities and Critical Thinking Burnaby Wayne Knights
330-4 E100 B-HUM Religion in Context Harbour Centre Eleanor Stebner
331-4 E100 B-HUM Studies in Asian Religions Burnaby Paul Crowe
332-4 E100 B-HUM Mythology in Context Surrey David Mirhady
340-4 D100 B-HUM

Great Cities in Their Time

Burnaby Michael Lanthier
350-4
D100
B-HUM Great Figures in The Humanistic Tradition
Burnaby

Antone Minard

385-4
D100

Selected Topics in European Studies Burnaby

Eirini Kotsovili

471-4
D100

Practicum I
Burnaby

Staff

472-4
D100

Practicum II
Burnaby

Staff

473-4
D100

Practicum III
Burnaby

Staff

495-4
D100

Honors Essay
Burnaby

Staff

801
G100

Research Development Seminar in the Humanities
Burnaby

Staff

802
G100

Themes in the Humanities
Burnaby

Staff

803
G100

MA Thesis
Burnaby

Staff

804
G100

Directed Readings
Burnaby

Staff