Honours in International Development and Globalization

Suggested course sequence
4 years / 120 course units

Year Fall Winter
Since course schedules vary from year to year, courses may not be offered at the suggested term. You may adjust your course sequence accordingly.
1st year
(30 course units)
  • ENG1100 (compulsory course)
  • DVM1100 (compulsory course)
  • 3 course units from: ANT1101 or SOC1101
  • 3 course units from: ECO1104 or ECO1304
  • 3 elective course units (recommended course – SCS1150)
  • 3 course units from: ENG1120 or ENG1121 (compulsory course)
  • 3 course units from: HIS1111 or POL1102
  • 3 course units from: ECO1102 or ECO1302
  • 6 elective course units
2nd year
(30 course units)
  • DVM2105 (compulsory course)
  • SCS2150 (compulsory course)
  • 3 course units from: POL2103 or POL2104
  • 6 elective course units
  • DVM2106 (compulsory course)
  • DVM2350 (compulsory course)
  • 6 course units from: ECO2117, ECO2121, DVM3140
  • 3 elective course units
3rd year
(30 course units)
  • DVM3150 (compulsory course)
  • DVM3160 (compulsory course)
  • 6 optional course units from the list of optional courses 1
  • 3 elective course units
  • SOC3142 (compulsory course)
  • 3 course units from: DVM3350, POL3115, SOC3331
  • 3 optional course units from the list of optional courses 1
  • 6 elective course units
4th year
(30 course units)
  • 6 optional course units in international development and globalization (DVM) at the 4000-level from the list of optional courses
  • 6 optional course units at the 3000- or 4000-level from the list of optional courses 1
  • 3 elective course units
  • 6 optional course units in international development and globalization (DVM) at the 4000-level from the list of optional courses
  • 3 optional course units at the 3000- or 4000-level from the list of optional courses 1
  • 6 elective course units

Notes

  1. A maximum of 6 optional course units in history (HIS) is permitted.
  2. The addition of a minor is possible in second year.
  3. List of optional courses.

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