Undergraduate Programs in Canadian Studies
Minor in Canadian Studies
The Canadian-American Center administers one of the largest and most comprehensive Canadian Studies programs in the country. Students have a unique opportunity for interdisciplinary study of Canada in all colleges.
Students may select from more than ninety courses about Canada. The program is particularly strong in Anthropology, Archaeology, Economics, French, History, and Political Science. In addition, there are course offerings in Art, Business Administration, Education, English, Forestry, Franco American Studies, Geography, Geology, Journalism, and Native American Studies.
Undergraduate students may obtain a minor in Canadian Studies by taking 18 credit hours of Canadian courses. The courses must include:
- CAN 101: Introduction to Canadian Studies
- Two courses that contain 100% Canadian Content
- Three additional courses that contain 25% or more Canadian Content
Students must have received a grade of C or better and a GPA of 3.0 for the six courses that are submitted for the minor in Canadian Studies. Courses taken at a Canadian university through the Canada Year Program or study abroad in Canada may also be included in the minor and applied toward the 18 credits.
For more information about requirements and procedures for a Minor in Canadian Studies, contact Stephen J. Hornsby, Director, Canadian-American Center.
International Relations Concentration in Canadian Studies
A student majoring in International Affairs may choose the Canadian Studies concentration. This is a wonderful opportunity to incorporate an interdisciplinary study of Canada into a complementary degree. Please visit the International Relations program for more information about the requirements.