Wilfrid Laurier University Undergraduate Academic Calendar - 2008/2009
Canadian Excellence

Curriculum Divisions

For the purposes of general degree programs in the Faculty of Science and some honours programs, most courses are categorized in three divisions as follows.

A - Humanities B - Social Sciences C - Sciences
Arabic AB
Anthropology AN
Astronomy AS
Archaeology AR (except Div B AR courses)
Archaeology: AR101, AR102, AR218*, AR219*, AR220, AR245*, AR313, AR336, AR341, AR360, AR405, AR452*, AR453, AR460*
Biology BI
Classical Studies CL

Chemistry CH
Communication Studies CS Communication Studies CS Computer Science CP
Contemporary Studies CT121, CT202, CT203/HS203, CT220, CT226/JN226, CT260/HR260, CT321, CT323, CT325, CT326/CO326
Contemporary Studies (except Division A CT courses)
Geography GG [GG101 and courses denoted as Physical Geography]
Cultural Studies KS
Cultural Studies KS Geology GL
English EN
Economics EC
Film Studies FS
Environmental Studies ES Health Studies HS101

Geography GG (except Physical Geography) Kinesiology & Physical Education: KP KP122, KP220, KP223, KP321, KP322, KP323, KP324, KP332, KP351, KP361, KP371, KP421, KP422, KP423, KP451, KP463, KP471
History & Philosophy of Science HP Global Studies GS Mathematics MA
Kinesiology & Physical Education: KP216, KP241 History HI Physics PC
Languages & Literatures  LL History & Philosophy of Science HP Psychology: PS260, PS261, PS262, PS263, PS264, PS360, PS361, PS362, PS363, PS366, PS460, PS461, PS462, PS463, PS465
Medieval Studies ML Kinesiology & Physical Education: KP121, KP210, KP211, KP231, KP232, KP242, KP261, KP262, KP341, KP410, KP411, KP420, KP431, KP441
Mediterranean Studies MI North American Studies NO
Music MU Political Science PO
Near Eastern Studies NE Psychology PS(except Div C PS courses)
Philosophy PP Social Welfare SL
Religion & Culture RE Sociology SY
Women's Studies WS Urban Studies US

Women's Studies WS

Senate/Editorial Changes

Senate May 29, 2008:
All Communication Studies courses are both Division A and B;
Hebrew  (HB) designated courses became Near Eastern (NE);
Canadian Studies (CA) courses revised to North American discipline (NO);
Philosophy discipline code revised from PY to PP;
all effective Sept 1, 2008.