Course Offerings 2023‑2024 and Planned 2024‑25

All classes are scheduled for In-Person delivery except where indicated otherwise.  Please refer to the Official Timetable to verify all information. This information is subject to change.  

Below you will find the courses currently planned for offering in 2024-2025.  This information may change prior to the timetable opening for registration.  This information is offered to help you plan for next year.  Below each section you will see the Current year's offerings.

Core Courses Planned for 2024-2025

FALL 2024

Instructor Days Time

WINTER 2025

Instructor Days Time
LAWS 2510.03: Intro to Law (Sections 1&2) (subject to Faculty of Law Tuition rates) Staff TBA TBA

LAWS 2520.03: Intro to Law (Section 1) (subject to Faculty of Law Tuition rates)

Staff TBA TBA
HIST 3226.03: Law & Justice in Canadian Society to 1890 Staff TBA TBA HIST 3227.03: Criminal Law, Crime & Punishment in Canada 1890-Present
Staff TBA TBA

LJSO 3000.03: Processes of Justice

Staff TBA TBA LJSO 3500.03: Legal Research & Writing Staff TBA TBA

PHIL 2020.03: Legal Thinking

Staff TBA TBA POLI 3505.03: Human Rights: Foundations Staff TBA TBA
LJSO 0400.03: Honours Seminar in Law, Justice and Society Pt 1
L. Carbert
TBA TBA LJSO 4000.03: Honours Seminar in Law, Justice and Society Pt 2
L. Carbert
TBA TBA

* Note: For students starting in 2024-2025, SOSA 3285.03 is no longer a Required Core Course; it is still considered an Approved Elective.

Core Courses

FALL 2023

Instructor Days Time

WINTER 2024

Instructor Days Time

LAWS 2510.03: Intro to Law (Section 1) (subject to Faculty of Law Tuition rates)

Akinyi, E. TR 1635-1755

LAWS 2520.03: Intro to Law (Section 1) (subject to Faculty of Law Tuition rates)

Ryant, J. TR 1705-1825

LAWS 2510.03: Intro to Law (Section 2) (subject to Faculty of Law Tuition rates)

Lu, Y.
TR 1805-1925        
HIST 3226.03: Law & Justice in Canadian Society to 1890 Staff MW 1605-1725  HIST 3227.03: Criminal Law, Crime & Punishment in Canada 1890-Present
Luciuk, K. MW 1435-1555

LJSO 3000.03: Processes of Justice

Staff TR 1005-1125 LJSO 3000.03: Processes of Justice Staff MW
1305-1425
POLI 3505.03: Human Rights: Foundations Staff TR 1305-1425 POLI 3505.03: Human Rights: Foundations Sarson L. TR
1305-1425

PHIL 2020.03: Legal Thinking

Ramsoomair, N. TR 0835-0955 SOSA 3285.03: Sociology of Law Giacomantonio, C. TR 1005-1125
SOSA 3285.03: Sociology of Law Staff MW 1435-1555 LJSO 3500.03: Legal Research & Writing Staff F 0830-1125
LJSO 0400.03: Honours Seminar in Law, Justice and Society Pt 1
Carbert, L
R 1805-1925 LJSO 4000.03: Honours Seminar in Law, Justice and Society Pt 2
Carbert, L
R 1805-1925

Approved Electives Planned for 2024-2025

Fall Term

Winter Term
COMM 2603.03: Legal Aspects of Business
(5 Sections to choose from)   TBA

CLAS 2365.03: Plato and the Case of Socrates: Philosophy on Trial                  TBA

CTMP 3321.03: Representations of the Holocaust: Bearing Witness            TBA COMM 2603.03: Legal Aspects of Business(1 section)  TBA

EMSP 3430.03/CTMP 3170.03: Theories of Punishment
TBA

CTMP 3121.03: Genocide: Comp Perspectives
TBA
ENVS 3200.03: Introduction to Environmental Law
TBA
ECON 2212: Law & Economics
TBA
HIST 2715.03: Locked Up: Hist of Incarceration
TBA

EMSP 2480.03/HIST 2750.03: The Pirate and Piracy
TBA

HIST 3056.03: The Holocaust
TBA
ENVS 3200.03: Introduction to Environmental Law
TBA

HIST 3600.03: Topics: Hist. of Law & Justice
TBA

HIST 2006.03: The Atlantic World, 1450-1650
TBA

HIST 4401.03: Criminality in Mod. Sth Africa
TBA    G. Kynoch   
HIST 2714.03: Slavery and Slaving in Global
TBA
INDG 4001.03: Treaty in Contempoary Society
TBA
HIST 4401.03: Criminality in Mod. Sth Africa
TBA    G. Kynoch
LJSO 3500.03: Legal Research and Writing
TBA

JOUR 3339.03: Ethics and Law for Journalists
TBA

MGMT 2200.03: Legal Environment of Management
TBA

LJSO 4300.03: Ethics, Law and Society
TBA
MGMT 2805.03: Intro to Indigenous Governance
TBA
PHIL 2490/CSCI 3101.03: Social, Ethical and Professional Issues in CS                        TBA
PHIL 2475: Justice in Global Perspective
TBA
PHIL 3211.03: Philosophy of Law
TBA
PHIL 2490/CSCI 3101.03: Social, Ethical and Professional Issues in CS                       TBA
PHIL 3476.03/POLI 3476.03: Liberalism & Global Justice
TBA
PHIL 3106.03: Animal Ethics
TBA
POLI 2220.03: Structures of Cdn. Parliament and Government                                                TBA
POLI 2210.03: Unity and Diversity
TBA
POLI 3206.03: Constitutional Issues in Can. Politics
TBA
POLI 2230.03: Municipal Law - City
TBA
POLI 3208.03: Cdn. Provincial Politics
TBA

POLI 2520.03: World Politics
TBA

POLI 3378.03: US Constitutional Government & Politics
TBA
POLI 3385.03: Politics of the Environment
TBA
POLI 3426.03: Sex and the State
TBA
POLI 4240.03: Policy Formulation in Canada
TBA
POLI 3446.03: Politics of Crime
TBA
PSYO 2444.03: Forensic Psychology
TBA
POLI 3581.03: Diplomacy and Negotiations
TBA
SOSA 2181.03: Explaining Crime and Criminal Behaviour
TBA
POLI 4390.03/GWST 4390.03: NGOs & Government Services                 TBA
SOSA 3185.03: Owning and Belonging: e-colonial Issues in Indigenous/Settler Knowledge, Rights and Authority   TBA POLI 4505.03: Human Rights Legal Issues
TBA
SOSA 3190.03: Social Movements
TBA
PSYO 3444.03: Criminal Behaviour
TBA
SOSA 3225.03: Culture, Rights & Power
TBA
SOSA 3260.03: Deviance & Society
TBA

SOSA 3291.03: Corrections
TBA

SOSA 3281.03: Youth Crime
TBA

SUST 4125.03: Conflict Negotiation and Sustainability
TBA

SOSA 3285.03: Sociology of Law
TBA
  SOSA 4005.03: Issues in Social Justice and Inequality
TBA
NOTE: Honours students only. Instructor approval required.

Approved Electives offered in 2023-2024

Fall Term

Winter Term
COMM 2603.03: Legal Aspects of Business
(5 Sections to choose from) H. Walsh-Sampson  /67+
COMM 2603.03: Legal Aspects of Business
MW  1135-1255  H. Walsh-Sampson  /55(open)
CTMP 3121.03: Genocide: Comp Perspectives
TR 1005-1125   D. Glowacka  /45
CTMP 3204.03: Human Experiments
TR 1305-1425   M. Frappier   /14

EMSP 3430.03/CTMP 3170.03: Theories of Punishment
Online – Asynchronous  M. Burke  /25

CTMP 4125.03: Hannah Arendt.
R  1735-2025   D. Brandes   /50
ENVS 3200.03: Introduction to Environmental Law
M  1735-2025  J. Simpson  /60
ECON 2212: Law & Economics
M 1735-2025   Staff  /75
HIST 2715.03: Locked Up: Hist of Incarceration
TR 1005-1125   G. Kynoch  /75

ECON 4360.03: Ethics, Justice, & Economics
TR  1305-1425  D. Rosenblum  /18

HIST 3056.03: The Holocaust
TR  1435-1555  J. Bingham  /35

EMSP 2480.03/HIST 2750.03: The Pirate and Piracy
TR 1305-1425   S. Kow  /50
HIST 3600.03: Topics: Hist. of Law & Justice
R 0835-1125    A. Toulin    /30
ENVS 3200.03: Introduction to Environmental Law
M  1735-2025  J. Simpson  /60
HIST 4401.03: Criminality in Mod. Sth Africa
M 1435-1725    G. Kynoch   /11
HIST 2007.03: Atlantic Wld 1650-1800:Erp Emp
TR  1135-1255   Staff   /50
MGMT 2200.03: Legal Environment of Management
Online-Asynchronous  R. Klapstein  /51(open)

HIST 2135.03: British Legal History
MW  0835-0955  K. Kesselring      /80

MGMT 2805.03: Intro to Indigenous Governance
Online-Asynchronous  Staff  /55(open)
HIST 2714.03: Slavery and Slaving in Global
TR  1435-1555  P. Zachernuk  /75
PHIL 2475: Justice in Global Perspective
MWF 1135-1225  N. Ramsoomair  /65
JOUR 3339.03: Ethics and Law for Journalists
T 1835-2025  Staff  /15 (open)
PHIL 2490/CSCI 3101.03: Social, Ethical and Professional Issues in CS 
Sec 1 - TR 1305-1425 M. Fortney  /15
Sec 2 - MW  1605-1725  M. Fortney  /15
LJSO 3500.03: Legal Research and Writing
F 0830-1125   Staff   /35

POLI 2220.03: Structures of Cdn. Parliament and Government                                                
TR 1435-1555  K. Good  /100

LJSO 4300.03: Ethics, Law and Society
M  1605-1855   Staff   /35

POLI 2230.03: Municipal Law - City
TR  0835-0955 Staff  /70

MGMT 4205.03: Law and Policy for REM
R 1435-1725  P. Tyedmers  /3
POLI 2520.03: World Politics
WF 1005-1125  L. Sarson  /200
PHIL 2490/CSCI 3101.03: Social, Ethical and Professional Issues in CS                                  
MW  1435-1555  T. LaCroix  /15
POLI 3208.03: Cdn. Provincial Politics
MW 1305-1425  L. Carbert  /35
PHIL 3211.03: Philosophy of Law
TR  1305-1425  N. Ramsoomair  /40
POLI 3385.03: Politics of the Environment
TR 1435-1555  A. Hayden  /65
PHIL 3476.03/POLI 3476.03: Liberalism & Global Justice
MWF 1335-1425  N. Ramsoomair  /15
POLI 3401.03: Contemporary Political Thought
MW  1435-1555  Staff  /35

POLI 2210.03: Unity and Diversity
TR  1305-1425  L. Carbert  /100

POLI 3446.03: Politics of Crime
MW  1135-1255   Staff   /65
POLI 2215.03: Canadian Aboriginal Politics
MW 1605-1725  Staff  /65
POLI 3581.03: Diplomacy and Negotiations
WF  1435-1555 B. Bow  /65
POLI 3206.03: Const Law and Politics in Canada
MW 1435-1555  R. Johnstone  /35

POLI 4240.03: Policy Formulation in Canada
T  1135-1425  Staff  /3

POLI 3378.03: American Politics, Polarization and Crisis
MW 1135-1255  R. Finbow  /54

PSYO 2444.03: Forensic Psychology
TR  1605-1725  J. Blais  /230

POLI 3510.03: Politics of Pandemics
TR  1135-1255  Staff  /45

SOSA 2182.03: Explor. Crime and Criminal Behaviour
TR  1605-1725  C. Giacomantonio  /150

POLI 4390.03/GWST 4390.03: NGOs & Government Services                 
R  1835-2025  M. Denike  /18

SOSA 3148.03: Drugs, Health and Society
TR 1305-1425 F. Martin  /35
POLI 4450.03: Int. Ethics and Global Justice
M 1435-1725  K. Banerjee  /15
SOSA 3225.03: Culture, Rights & Power
M  1135-1425  L. Eramian  /35
POLI 4505.03: Human Rights Legal Issues
T 1435-1725  Staff  /25
SUST 4125.03: Conflict Negotiation and Sustainability
M 1735-2025  A. Bergel  /40

PSYO 3444.03: Criminal Behaviour
TR  1305-1425  J. Blais  /85

  SOSA 3260.03: Deviance & Society
TR 1135-1255  Staff  /35
  SOSA 3291.03: Corrections
TR  1135-1255  Staff  /35
 

SOSA 4005.03: Issues in Social Justice and Inequality
R  1435-1725  E. Fitting  /10
NOTE: Honours students only. Instructor approval required.

The following Approved Electives will not be offered by their host departments in 2024/2025, but may still be offered in the future.

  • CLAS/PHIL/POLI 3434.03: The Ancient Origins of Political Thought: From Homer to Aristotle
  • CTMP 2203.03/HSTC 2206.03: Bio-Politics: Human Nature in Contemporary Thought
  • CTMP 3204.03: Human Experiments
  • CTMP 4125.03: Hannah Arendt: Terror, Politics, Thought
  • ECON 4360.03/PHIL 4361.03: Ethics, Justice, and Economics
  • ENGL 2237.03: Outlaw Tales
  • ENGL 4880.03: Prison Literature
  • HIST 2007.03: The Atlantic World, 1650-1800
  • HIST 2135.03: British Legal History
  • HIST 3053.06: Fascist and National Socialist Movements in Europe
  • HIST 3101.03: Punishment, Crime and the Courts in Early Modern England
  • HIST 4404.03: Crime and Punishment In Mod. Africa
  • LJSO 3100.03: Current Issues in Criminal Justice
  • LJSO 3200.03: Topics in Law and Society
  • LJSO 3600.03: Critical Legal Studies
  • MGMT 4205.03: Law and Policy for Resource and Environmental Law (Discontinued Course)
  • PHIL 2450.03: Democracy, Difference, Citizenship
  • POLI 2215.03: Canadian Aboriginal Politics
  • POLI 3207.03: Charter Politics
  • POLI 3401.03: Contemporary Political Thought
  • POLI 3510.03: Politics of Pandemics
  • POLI 3531.03: The UN in World Politics
  • POLI 3532.03: Model UN
  • POLI 4303.03: Human Rights: Political Issues
  • POLI 4403.03: Human Rights: Philosophical Issues
  • POLI 4450.03: Political Theories of International Ethics and Global Justice
  • POLI 4481.03: Theories of Violence, Persecution and Genocide
  • POLI 4532.03: Indigenous Global Politics
  • SOSA 2182.03: Exploring Crime and Criminal Behaviour
  • SOSA 3148.03: Drugs, Health and Society
  • SOSA 3275.03: Crime and Public Policy
  • SOSA 3283.03: Globalized Security and Justice
  • SOSA 3295.03: Society and Police
  • SUST 4125.03: Conflict Negotiation and Sustainability