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Minors Clusters Courses
Economics Knowledge, Values, and Rationality EC 314U: Private and Public Investment Analysis, EC 321U: Fundamentals of Game Theory
Elementary Education Science Design Thinking/Innovation/ Entrepreneurship GEOG 314U: Severe Weather, GEOG 345U: Resource Management
Elementary Education Science Environmental Sustainability GEOG 314U: Severe Weather, GEOG 345U: Resource Management, SCI 335U: Water in the Environment I, SCI 336U: Water in the Environment II
Elementary Education Science Global Environmental Change GEOG 311U: Climatology, GEOG 314U: Severe Weather
Elementary Education Science Science in Social Context GEOG 314U: Severe Weather, SCI 311U: Teaching Everyday Science I, SCI 335U: Water in the Environment I, SCI 336U: Water in the Environment II
English American Identities ENG 309U: American Indian Literature, ENG 313U: The American Short Story, ENG 331U: Introduction to Rhetoric and Composition Studies, ENG 351U: African American Literature I (Crosslisted with BST 351U), ENG 352U: African American Literature II (Crosslisted with BST 352U), ENG 353U: African American Literature III, ENG 360U: American Literature to 1865, ENG 363U: American Literature 1865-1965, ENG 365U: American Fiction II, ENG 367U: Topics: American Literature and Culture, ENG 369U: Asian-American Literature
English Design Thinking/Innovation/ Entrepreneurship ENG 397U: Digital Literary Studies
English Examining Popular Culture ENG 305U: Topics in Film, ENG 306U: Topics in Literature and Popular Culture, ENG 307U: Science Fiction, ENG 309U: American Indian Literature, ENG 330U: Jewish and Israeli Literature, ENG 332U: History of Cinema and Narrative Media I, ENG 333U: History of Cinema and Narrative Media II, ENG 334U: Topics in Film Genres and Movements, ENG 335U: Topics in Film and Literature, ENG 367U: Topics: American Literature and Culture, ENG 373U: Topics in Literature: Race and Ethnicity
English Gender and Sexualities Studies ENG 372U: Topics in Literature: Gender and Sexualities (Crosslisted with WS 372U), ENG 387U: Women Writers
English Global Perspectives ENG 330U: Jewish and Israeli Literature, ENG 345U: Modern British Literature, ENG 351U: African American Literature I (Crosslisted with BST 351U), ENG 352U: African American Literature II (Crosslisted with BST 352U), ENG 353U: African American Literature III
English Interpreting the Past ENG 301U: Shakespeare, ENG 317U: Greek Mythology, ENG 318U: The Bible as Literature, ENG 319U: Northern European Mythology, ENG 320U: English Novel, ENG 340U: Medieval Literature, ENG 341U: Renaissance Literature, ENG 342U: Restoration and 18th Century Literature, ENG 343U: Romanticism, ENG 344U: Literature of the Victorian Period
Environmental Studies Community Studies ESM 355U: Understanding Environmental Sustainability I, ESM 356U: Understanding Environmental Sustainability II
Environmental Studies Design Thinking/Innovation/ Entrepreneurship ESM 355U: Understanding Environmental Sustainability I, ESM 356U: Understanding Environmental Sustainability II, GEOG 345U: Resource Management
Environmental Studies Environmental Sustainability ESM 355U: Understanding Environmental Sustainability I, ESM 356U: Understanding Environmental Sustainability II, GEOG 345U: Resource Management
European Studies (certificate) Global Perspectives DANE 347U: Major Works in Danish Literature, GEOG 354U: Geography of Europe, GEOG 355U: Landscapes of Spain, GEOG 356U: Russia and Its Neighbors, HST 357U: Europe from Reformation to Revolutions, HST 358U: Europe from National Unification to European Union, HST 360U: French Revolution and Napoleon, INTL 350U: The City in Europe, INTL 352U: The City in Europe: Humanities, PS 352U: Western European Politics, RUS 330U: Russian Culture and Civilization
Film Studies American Identities BST 424U: African-American/African Culture in Cinema, BST 427U: African-American Films and Film Makers, ENG 367U: Topics: American Literature and Culture, FILM 384U: Topics in American Cinema + Culture
Film Studies Examining Popular Culture BST 424U: African-American/African Culture in Cinema, BST 427U: African-American Films and Film Makers, ENG 305U: Topics in Film, ENG 367U: Topics: American Literature and Culture, FILM 331U: Understanding Movies, FILM 370U: Topics: Theater, Media and Culture, FILM 384U: Topics in American Cinema + Culture
Film Studies Global Perspectives BST 425U: Black Cinema: the 1970s, BST 426U: Contemporary African-American Cinema, BST 427U: African-American Films and Film Makers, DANE 361U: Danish Film from Dreyer to Dogmer, JPN 361U: Japanese Literature Through Film, RUS 331U: Russian Literature and Film
Geography American Identities GEOG 351U: Pacific Northwest, GEOG 366U: Historical Geography of North America, GEOG 368U: U.S. and Canada
Geography Community Studies GEOG 331U: Geography of Globalization, GEOG 332U: Urban Geography, GEOG 380U: Maps and Geographic Information

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