Program Requirements 08/09
Laurier Brantford offers a wide range of programs including a core program in Contemporary Studies, Education programs, honours programs in Criminology, Health Studies, Health Adminsitration, Human Rights/Human Diversity, Journalism, Law & Society and Leadership. In addition, students can combine their Laurier Brantford honours program with Combination Honours English, History and Psychology (BA, Comprehensive). Students also have available options in Adminstration, Environment and Society, Indigenous Studies and Media and Society as well as a range of arts and science minors.
Students admitted prior to September 2007 also have available a selection of general majors as listed below.
For a complete listing of regulations, please refer to the Undergraduate Calendar (/calendars).
New for 2008/2009
The following programs are beginning at Laurier Brantford in September 2008. Current students looking to transfer into these programs can apply to do so during program confirmation (February - April).
Health Administration (Honours BA) - first expected graduation date: June, 2012
Human Rights/Human Diversity (Honours BA in combination with another honours program) - first expected graduation date: June, 2011
Law and Society (Honours BA) - first expected graduation date: June, 2011
Students who were admitted prior to September, 2008 may also complete minors in Anthropology, Global Studies and Women Studies. Please click here for requirements.
*Effective September 2007, the Laurier Brantford will offer only two general degrees: a BA without a major (available part-time only), and a BA in Contemporary Studies (available only on the Brantford campus). No further designation (major, option or minor) is awarded with these degrees. Minimum progression and graduation for these three general programs are effective September 2005. Students admitted in September 2007 are not eligible for general degrees with a designation (i.e. General Anthropology, General Psychology etc.)
Students admitted prior to September 2007, who have not allowed an 18-month lapse in course registration and are in good standing in their program/major, may follow the progression regulations that were in effect at the time of their registration in a general major.