Ethnocultural Diversity Studies

A minor in Ethnocultural Diversity Studies requires 6h of courses at the 1000 level chosen from those in the list below. Some upper-level courses have pre-requisites. All courses offered towards this minor must be completed with a grade of C- or better. In some cases pre-requisites will be waived by the instructor for those engaged in the minor.

Please view the Registrar's Office website for course availability.


Course #

Course Title


CREL 1206

World Religions


CREL 2443

Health, Illness and Religion


ENGL 3663

Postcolonial Literature 4 – South Asian

ENGL 1406 or 1413/1423, minimum grade of C-

ENGL 3673

Postcolonial Literature 1 – African

ENGL 1406 or 1413/1423, minimum grade of C-

ENGL 3683

Postcolonial Literature 2 – Caribbean

ENGL 1406 or 1413/1423, minimum grade of C-

ENGL 3693

Postcolonial Literature 3 – Australia and New Zealand Settler Colony

ENGL 1406 or 1413/1423, minimum grade of C-

HIST 2303

America & the Age of Revolution


HIST 2583

History of Indigenous People


HIST 2603

African Canadian Women's History

Second year standing

HIST 3423

Race and Class in 20th Century Africa

HIST 2753

HIST 3453

Islam and Nationalism in Modern Middle East

HIST 2043

HIST 3613

Making Canada: Nation of Immigrants

HIST 2783

FRAN 3513

L’Acadie: Une Culture Unique


IDST 1213

The Black Experience: Past and Present


IDST 1223

The Indigenous Experience: Past and Present


POLS 2706

Politics of Difference: Identity and Citizenship in Canada


POLS 3303

Multiculturalism in Canada: Race, Rights, and Citizenship


POLS 3483

Globalization: Critical Perspectives

One year of university study

POLS 3513

Gender and Development


SOCI 1023

Intro to Human Societies


SOCI 1113

Intro to Cultural Anthropology


SOCI 2113

Issues in Developing Societies


SOCI 2123

Ethnic and Race Relations: A Canadian Intro


SOCI 2413

First Nations/CDN Aboriginals

Second year standing

SOCI 2533

Cultural Studies


SOCI 2853

Belief Systems in Cross-Cultural Perspective

6h of 1000 level Sociology with C- or better

SOCI 3133

Ethnic & Race Relations: Comparative Cases


SOCI 3373

Aging in Cross Cultural Perspective


SOCI 3453

Economic Anthropology



Inquiries regarding the Ethnocultural Diversity Studies minor may be directed to Jamie Whidden


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