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Current Course Offerings

Undergraduate Courses

Find links to syllabi, calendar descriptions, and timetables for our current course offerings.

Summer Courses

Summer Course Offerings  

Summer course offerings can range from 1000-level to 4000-level courses.  

1000-Level Courses

1000-Level Course Offerings  

At the 1000-level, classes are lecture format, three hours per week, with tutorials featured in some classes. 1000-level classes are intended for students taking a History class as an isolated elective.

2000-Level Courses

2000-Level Course Offerings  

At the 2000-level, classes are lecture format, three hours per week, with tutorials featured in some classes. 2000-level classes begin more specialized study of an area of History as a major or minor

3000-Level Courses

3000-Level Course Offerings  

3000-level classes provide opportunities to follow up on interests developed in previous classes. There are two types of classes at this level: 

  • Lecture/discussion" classes combine lectures at an advanced level with class discussion. These classes are usually limited to 35 in enrolment.
  • "Seminar" classes are smaller in size, usually limited to 15, and involve individual presentations by students in class. These classes are particularly recommended for Honours students and prospective Honours students.

4000-Level Courses

4000-Level Course Offerings  

4000-level classes provide opportunities to follow up on interests developed in previous classes. There are two types of classes at this level: 

  • Lecture/discussion" classes combine lectures at an advanced level with class discussion. These classes are usually limited to 35 in enrolment.
  • "Seminar" classes are smaller in size, usually limited to 15, and involve individual presentations by students in class. These classes are particularly recommended for Honours students and prospective Honours students.

Graduate Courses

Graduate Course Offerings for 2016-2017

For more information on graduate classes, see the Graduate Student Handbook. NOTE: All MA students will enroll in HIST 5800: The Master's Seminar and two of the following classes. In special circumstances, directed readings may be arranged.