Course Offerings 2021‑2022

**Please note 2021/2022 classes are currently being planned for In-Person delivery where possible.  Please refer to the Official Timetable to verify all information. COVID-19 is a constantly evolving situation and this information is subject to change.  

 

Core Courses

FALL 2021

Instructor Days Time

WINTER 2022

Instructor Days Time

LAWS 2510.03: Intro to Law (this course is subject to Faculty of Law Tuition rates)

Darling, D.
TR 1635-1755

LAWS 2520.03: Intro to Law (this course is subject to Faculty of Law Tuition rates)

Staff TR 1635-1755
HIST 3226.03: Law & Justice in Canadian Society to 1890 Luciuk, K. MW 1605-1725 HIST 3227.03: Criminal Law, Crime & Punishment in Canada 1890-Present
Luciuk, K. MW 1605-1725

SOSA 3285.03: Sociology of Law

Lockhart E. TR 1005-1125

PHIL 2020.03: Legal Thinking

T. Gordon MW 1435-1555

LJSO 3000.03: Processes of Justice

Shoikhedbrod, I.

ONLINE - Synchronous

TR 1305-1425

SOSA 3285.03: Sociology of Law Lockhart E. TR 1005-1125
        LJSO 3500.03: Legal Research & Writing Shoikhedbrod, I. TR 1305-1425
        LJSO 4000.03: Honours Seminar in Law, Justice and Society
M. Denike
C/D C/D
        POLI 3505.03: Human Rights: Foundations Shoikhedbrod, I. MW
0835-0955

Approved Electives

FALL 2021

Instructor Days Time

WINTER  2022

Instructor Days Time
COMM 2603.03: Legal Aspects of Business

5 Sections offered – Refer to timetable for details
Walsh-Sampson, H. Varies Varies COMM 2603.03: Legal Aspects of Business Walsh-Sampson, H. TR 1135-1255
CTMP 3121.03: Genocide: Comparative Perspectives D. Glowacka TR 1005-1125 CLAS 3434.03/PHIL 3434.03/POLI 3434.03: Political Thought: Homer-Arist Staff TR 1305-1425
EMSP 2480/HIST 2750: The Pirate and Piracy Baldwin C. W
1835-2125 CTMP 2203.03/HSTC 2206.03: Bio-Politics: Human Nature in Contemporary Thought M. Bennett R 1735-2025
EMSP 3430: Theories of Punishment M. Burke Online-ASYNCHRONOUS SESSION CTMP 4125.03: Hannah Arendt: Terror, Politics, Thought D. Brandes

T  1535-1725

R  1535-1625

ENVS 3200.03: Introduction to Environmental Law   J. Simpson
TR 1005-1125 ECON 2212: Law & Economics T. James M
1735-2025
HIST 2135.03: British Legal History K. Kesselring MW 1005-1125 ECON 4360.03/PHIL 4361.03: Ethics, Justice, and Economics D. Rosenblum TR 1305-1425
HIST 2714.03: Slavery and Slaving in Global History P. Zachernuk TR 1005-1125 ENVS 3200.03: Introduction to Environmental Law  J. Simpson T 1735-2025
HIST 2715: A Global History of Incarceration   G. Kynoch MW 1135-1255 HIST 2007.03: The Atlantic World, 1650-1800 Staff TR 1135-1255
HIST 4401.03: State Violence, Communal Conflict and Criminality in Modern South Africa G. Kynoch W
1435-1725 HIST 3056.03:
The Holocaust
Macumber, L. F
1335-1625
HIST 3226.03: Law & Justice in Canadian Society to 1890 Luciuk, K. MW 1605-1725 HIST 3101.03: Punishment, Crime and the Courts in Early Modern England K. Kesselring W
0835-1125
MGMT 2805.03: Indigenous Governance Topshee, M. Online-ASYNCHRONOUS SESSION HIST 3227.03: Criminal Law, Crime & Punishment in Canada 1890-Present Luciuk, K. MW 1605-1725  
PHIL 2475: Justice in Global Perspective Staff MWF
1335-1425 JOUR 3339.03: Ethics & Law for Journalists W. Taylor Online-Synchronous(JNLH) OR In-Person(Open)
T 1235-1425
PHIL 2490.03 / CSCI 3101.03: Social, Ethical and Professional Issues in Comp. Sci. D. Abramson
Online-ASYNCHRONOUS SESSION MGMT 2200.03: Fundamentals of the Legal Environment of Management R. Klapstein Online-ASYNCHRONOUS SESSION
PHIL 3106.03: Animal Ethics A. Fenton
MW
1135-1255 PHIL 3476.03/POLI 3476.03: Liberalism and Global Justice Staff TR 1135-1255
POLI 2210.03: Unity and Diversity L. Carbert TR 1605-1725 POLI 2215: Canadian Aboriginal Politics L. Sarson TR 1005-1125
POLI 2230.03: Municipal Law - City K. Good TR 1435-1555 POLI 2220.03: Structures of Cdn. Parliament and Government S. Pruysers MW 0835-0955
POLI 2520.03: World Politics L. Sarson
TR  1005-1125 ONLINE - Combined Delivery
POLI 3206.03: Constitutional Law and Politics in Canada Rodgers, J. TR 0835-0955
POLI 3510.03: Politics of Pandemics Atkison, L. TR 1605-1725 POLI 3208.03: Cdn. Provincial Politics L. Carbert MW
1305-1425
POLI 3581.03: Diplomacy and Negotiations B. Bow MW
1135-1255 POLI 3378.03: American Politics, Polarization and Crisis R. Finbow TR  1005-1125 ONLINE - Combined Delivery
POLI 4240.03: Policy Formulation in Canada I. Caron M
1135-1425 POLI 3426.03: Sex, Race, and the State M. Denike
MW
1005-1125
POLI 4505.03: Human Rights Legal issues Shoikhedbrod, I. Online-Synchronous
T 0835-1125

POLI 3505.03 Human Rights: Foundations

Shoikhedbrod, I.

MW
0835-0955
POLI 4532.03: *NEW*
Indigenous Global Politics
L. Sarson
W
0835-1125
POLI 4390.03: NGOs & Government Services M. Denike W
1305-1455
SOSA 2181.03: Explaining Crime and Criminal Behaviour E. Lockhart TR 1435-1555 POLI 4450.03: *NEW*
Political Theories of International Ethics and Global Justice
K. Bannerjee M
1435-1725
SOSA 3260.03: Deviance and Society T. Gazit TR
1605-1725
PSYO 2444.03: Forensic Psychology J. Blais TR 1435-1555
SOSA 3291.03: Corrections T. Gazit F 1135-1425 PSYO 3444.03: Criminal Behaviour J. Blais MW
1435-1555
SOSA 4005.03: Issues in Social Justice and Inequality
L. DuBois F 1135-1425 SOSA 2182.03: Exploring Crime and Criminal Behaviour E. Lockhart MW
1005-1125
SUST 4125.03 Conflict Negotiation and Sustainability A. Bergel T 1735-2025 SOSA 3148.03: Drugs, Health and Society F. Martin M
1135-1425
        SOSA 3291.03: Corrections T. Gazit TR 1605-1725
SOSA 3187 will be accepted for LJSO credit for the 2021-2022 Fall term only.  If you wish to take this course for credit toward your LJSO degree, you must contact our Program Coordinator, Dr. M. Denike, to request a waiver.
       
SOSA 3187.03: Special Topics
TOPIC: "Law, Youth, and Sexual Citizenship"
E. Lockhart M 0835-1125        

The following Approved Electives will not be offered by their host departments in 2021/2022, but may still be offered in the future.

·         CTMP 3321.03: Representations of the Holocaust: Bearing Witness
·         CTMP 3411.03: Human Experiments
·         HIST 2006.03: The Atlantic World, 1450-1650
·         HIST 3053.06: Fascist and National Socialist Movements in Europe
·         HIST 4004.03: Crime and Society in Post-Conquest England 
·         HIST 4404.03: Crime and Punishment In Mod. Africa
·         PHIL 2450.03: Democracy, Difference, Citizenship
·         PHIL 3211.03: Philosophy of Law
·         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 4481.03: Theories of Violence, Persecution and Genocide
·         SOSA 3185.03: Owning and Belonging: e-colonial Issues in Indigenous/Settler Knowledge, Rights and Authority
·         SOSA 3190.03: Social Movements
·         SOSA 3225.03: Culture, Rights and Power
·         SOSA 3275.03: Crime and Public Policy
·         SOSA 3281.03: Youth Crime
·         SOSA 3283.03: Globalized Security and Justice
·         SOSA 3295.03: Society and Police

The following Approved electives are planned for the 2022/2023 academic year.  We will expand this list as we hear from more departments.  This is not intended to be a comprehensive list, and classes listed are not guaranteed to be offered. This information is offered to aid in planning only.

·         PHIL 2020.03: Legal Thinking – Fall 2022
·         PHIL 2475.03: Justice in Global Perspective – Fall 2022
·         PHIL 2490.03/CSCI 3101.03: Social, Ethical and Professional Issues in Comp. Sci. – offered Fall 2022 with D. Abramson and Winter 2023 with LaCroix
·         PHIL 3211.03: Philosophy of Law - Winter 2023
·         PHIL 3476.03/POLI 3476.03: Liberalism and Global Justice – Winter 2023