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Canadian Studies Courses Offered at UMaine
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Fall 2013 Classes

Department

Course

#

Name

% of Can. Content

 Anthropology

ANT 221 Introduction to Folklore

25%

ANT 372 North American Prehistory

50%

ANT 422 Maine Maritime Folklore 

50%

 Art History

ARH 270 Topical Survey in History of Art

25%

 Business Administration

BUA 328 Canada/U.S. Business: Comparison

100%

BUA 343 Introduction to International Business

25%

BUA 376 International Marketing

25%

Canadian Studies

CAN 101 Introduction to Canadian Studies

100%

Economics

ECO 340 The Canadian Economy: Issues and Policies

100%

ECO 370 Topics in Economics: Comparative Health Economics

100%

English

ENG 442 Native American Literature

 50%

Franco-American Studies

FAS 101 Introduction to Franco American Studies

25%

FAS 240 French Exploration and Settlement of Maine, 1604-1760 (online)

75%

FAS 459 Colonial Canada

100%

French

FRE 101 Elementary French I

25%

FRE 117 Accelerated French I

25%

FRE 201 Intermediate French I

25%

FRE 305 French Conversation & Composition I

25%

FRE 310 Readings in Francophone Literature

75%

FRE 350 Multicultural Readings in French

100%

FRE 400 Advanced French Grammar

25%

FRE 465 North American French Novel

75%

FRE 495 Senior Project in French – Canada

100%

FRE 508 Seminar Novel

75%

FRE 510 Seminar in the Theatre

100%

FRE 597 Projects in French I

100%

FRE 699 Grad Thesis – Quebec, Acadia

100%

Geology

ERS 441/ERS 541 Glaciers and Our Landscape

50%

ERS 542 Quaternary Environments & Climate Change

50%

History

HTY 199 Problems in History- French Exploration and Settlement of Maine, 1604-1760

75%

HTY 398 Furs, Frontiers & Fame: North American Exploration

50%

HTY 459 Colonial Canada

100%

HTY 483 Violence in North American History

50%

HTY 498 Senior Seminar in N American History (Canada)
HTY 520 Canadian Historiography

100%

HTY 521 Canada and the United States, 1783 to the Present

100%

HTY 550 Readings in Bibliography and Criticism: Canada
HTY 699 Graduate Thesis/Research- Canada

100%

Innovations

INV 490 Independent Study in Innovation- Topics in Fran-Am Studies

50%

Law*

LAW 646* Comparative Law

25%

LAW 647* International Law

25%

LAW 658* Marine Resources

25%

Native American Studies

NAS 102 Introduction to Wabanaki Culture, History, & Contemporary Issues

25%

NAS 201 Maine Indian History in the 20th Century

50%

NAS 401 Ethnohistory of Native North America

50%

Political Science

POS 241 Introduction to Comparative Politics
POS 243 Canadian Government and Politics

100%

POS 369 Topics in International Relations

25%

POS 372 Canadian Foreign Policy

100%

POS 496 International Affairs Internship/Canada

100%

POS 499 Senior Seminar of Political Science/Canada

100%

*Law courses are only offered at the University of Maine School of Law at the University of Southern Maine


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