Completion of first-year requirements, including at least 0.5 course from Centre for Global Studies 1000E, CGS 1021F/G, CGS 1022F/G, CGS 1023F/G, with a mark of at least 60%. Anthropology, English, Geography, History, Media, Information and Technoculture, Philosophy, Political Science, Psychology, Sociology, and Women's Studies are recommended as first year courses. Students should note the language requirement for graduation in this module when selecting first year courses.
1.5 courses: CGS 2003F/G, CGS 3005F/G, CGS 3515F/G.
0.5 course from: CGS 2002F/G, CGS 2004F/G.
0.5 course from: CGS 3001F/G, CGS 3006F/G.
1.5 course from: CGS 3512F/G, CGS 3521F/G, CGS 3522F/G, CGS 3523F/G, CGS 3524F/G.
3.0 courses from: CGS 3000-3999 level.
2.0 courses from: Anthropology 2201F/G, Anthropology 2255E, Anthropology 2284F/G, Anthropology 3305F/G, Chinese 2243F/G, Chinese 3652F/G, Disability Studies 2216A/B, English 2361E, English 2362F/G, English 3884E, Foods and Nutrition 3400A/B, Foods and Nutrition 3450F/G, French 3140B, French 3750F/G-3751F/G, French 3752F/G, Geography 2410A/B, Geography 3411A/B, Geography 3412F/G, Geography 3415A/B, History 2701E, History 2702E, History 2808F/G, Japanese 3650F/G, MIT 2200F/G, MIT 3100F/G, MIT 3225F/G, MIT 3376F/G, MIT 3720F/G, MIT 3935F/G, Philosophy 2556F/G, Philosophy 2630F/G, Philosophy 2810F/G, Philosophy 2812F/G, Philosophy 3880F/G, Political Science 3304F/G, Political Science 3306F/G, Psychology 3710F/G, Psychology 3725F/G, Sociology 2208F/G, Sociology 2270A/B, Sociology 2271A/B, Visual Arts History 3386F/G, Women's Studies 2205F/G, Women's Studies 2240F/G, Women's Studies 2263F/G, Women's Studies 3350F/G, Writing 2219F/G, the former Anthropology 3266F/G, the former Disability Studies 3310F/G, the former English 2260F/G, the former English 2310E, the former English 3880F/G, the former English 3882F/G, the former Film Studies 2251E, the former Political Science 3389E, the former Visual Arts History 2285, the former Visual Arts History 3385E or other courses approved by the Centre for Global Studies.