Honours BA Youth & Children’s Studies in Combination with another Honours BA Program
The combined Honours Youth & Children's Studies program consists of 20.0 credits, including no more than 7.0 at the 100 level. The program must include a minimum of 7.5 credits in approved courses, including at least 6.0 senior credits. Of the 7.5 credits, 0.5 must be at the 400 level, and 1.0 must be at the 300 level.
Students must also complete the requirements for the Contemporary Studies (CT) program (minimum of 5.0 CT credits as outlined in the Contemporary Studies section).
Required Courses: 3.5 credits
YC100 - Studying Youth and Children: An Introduction
YC200 - Youth and Children Through the Ages
YC300 - Youth & Children's Studies Community Service Learning
YC400 - Senior Seminar in Youth & Children’s Studies (capstone course)
PS100* or both PS101 and PS102
PS275 - Developmental Psychology I: Infancy and Childhood
Other Requirements: 4.0 credits
1.5 credits taken from Categories A and B, and 0.5 credits from Category C. An additional 0.5 credit must be completed in any category.
Category A: Youth & Children in Society
CC200 - Youth Justice
CO320/HR320 - Children’s Rights
HI375 - Seeking Justice: The Family and Law in Canada, 1867-1969
ID303 - Indigenous Education
SY201* - Sociology of Families
SY316* - Sociology of Education
B: Youth & Child Cultures
CO230 - Children and Music (online learning)
CO326/CT326 - Children, Toys and Media
CO430/CT430 - Youth Cultures
EN201 - Children's Literature
EN238 - Tolkien and Fantasy
FS260 - Youth Culture in Film
WS203 - Women, Gender and Popular Culture
C: Youth & Child Development
CC304 - Not in My Family: Alcoholism, Drug Abuse and Domestic Violence
HS200 - Social Determinants of Health
PS283 - Educational Psychology
PS379 - Psychology of Exceptional Children, Youth and Adults
Senate Revision March 3, 2011: HS404 deleted; effective September 1, 2011.
Senate Revision April 25, 2011: Online Learning course requirement deleted; effective September 1, 2011.
Senate Revision May 25, 2011: Note 2 exclusion added; effective September 1, 2011.