Academic Calendar - 2018

Western University Academic Calendar. - 2018


Centre for Global Studies

Admission Requirements

Completion of first-year requirements, including Centre for Global Studies 1023F/G with a mark of at least 60%. Anthropology, Economics, English, Geography, History, Philosophy, Political Science, 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.

Module/Program Information

9.0 courses:

3.0 courses: CGS 2002F/G, CGS 3001F/G, CGS 3006F/G, CGS 3516F/G, CGS 3519F/G, CGS 3520F/G.
0.5 course from: CGS 2003F/G, CGS 2004F/G.
1.5 course from: CGS 3509F/G, CGS 3514F/G, CGS 3517F/G, CGS 3521F/G, CGS 3524F/G.
2.0 courses from: CGS 3000F/G-3999 level.
2.0 courses from: Anthropology 2255E, Anthropology 2260F/G, Anthropology 2281F/G, Chinese 2243F/G, Chinese 3652F/G, Economics 2124A/B, Economics 2125A/B, Economics 2172A/B, Economics 3343F/G, English 2361E, English 2362F/G, Family Studies 3320A/B, Foods and Nutrition 3361A/B, French 3140B, Geography 2420A/B, Geography 2430A/B, Geography 2450F/G, Geography 2460F/G, Geography 3441F/G, Geography 3442F/G,  Geography 3461F/G, History 2701E, Japanese 3650F/G, Philosophy 2355F/G, Philosophy 2750F/G, Philosophy 2810F/G, Philosophy 2812F/G, Political Science 2219E, Political Science 2225E, Political Science 2235E, Political Science 2245E, Political Science 2257, Political Science 3358F/G, Political Science 3365F/G, Political Science 3379E, Sociology 2212A/B, Sociology 2215A/B, Sociology 3330F/G, Sociology 3331F/G, Sociology 3332A/B, Transitional Justice 2001F/G, Transitional Justice 3001F/G, Women's Studies 2270A/B, Women's Studies 3350F/G, the former Geography 3312A/B, the former Geography 3451A/B, the former Geography 3453F/G, the former Political Science 2275E, the former Social Justice and Peace Studies 4402F/G, the former Sociology 3377F/G or other courses approved by the Centre for Global Studies.

Language Requirement

  • 2.0 language courses with progression from one level to the next (e.g. 1030 level to 2000 level or 2000 level to 3000 level) in a language other than English, or
  • 2.0 language courses in two different languages (other than English) at any level, or
  • By demonstrating fluency in a language other than English

Students are permitted to use language courses at the 2000 level or above to meet module requirements where appropriate.