Wilfrid Laurier University Undergraduate Academic Calendar - 2015/2016
Canadian Excellence

Society, Culture & Environment Program

Program Co-ordinator - Society, Culture and Environment: Rob Kristofferson, PhD, 519-756-8228, ext. 5837, rkristofferson@wlu.ca

The Society, Culture and Environment Honours and Combined Honours programs are only available at the Brantford Campus.

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CT Course Notes

The following Society, Culture and Environment (CT) courses are only available at the Brantford Campus.

 
Course Offerings
Course #TitleCredits
CT100 Current Issues in Global Context [1] 0.5
CT120 Introduction to Indigenous Studies [2] 0.5
CT200 Digital Citizenship 0.5
CT202 Science and Cultural Issues 0.5
CT203 Disease and Society 0.5
CT204 Social Justice in Practice [3] 0.5
CT205 Indigenous People and Anthropology 0.5
CT208 Science, Truth and Values 0.5
CT210 Environment & Society: Stories from the Past [4] 0.5
CT215 Environmental Concerns: From the Grand to the Globe 0.5
CT222 Digital & Social Media: Critical Approaches [5] 0.5
CT225 The Individual in the Community 0.5
CT226 The Media in a Global World 0.5
CT227 Aging: Realities and Myths 0.5
CT250 Themes in Global Capitalism 0.5
CT253 Ancients and Moderns 0.5
CT255 The Democratic Imagination 0.5
CT260 Introduction to Human Rights 0.5
CT280 Popular Culture & Meaning 0.5
CT285 Representing Canadian Identities 0.5
CT302 Climate Change & Society 0.5
CT310 Economics, Class & Public Policy 0.5
CT312 Sustainability & Global Society 0.5
CT324 Globalization, Culture & Society 0.5
CT326 Children, Toys and Media 0.5
CT330 Independent Studies 1.0
CT340 Consumerism and Identities 0.5
CT352 War in the Contemporary World 0.5
CT355 Reconsidering Race and Oppression [6] 0.5
CT370 Gender Theories and Cultures [7] 0.5
CT401 Food 0.5
CT403 Community Internship 1.0
CT404 Issues in Development and Social Entrepreneurship 0.5
CT405 Digital Play, Digital Labour 0.5
CT406 Brantford: Industry and Perseverance 0.5
CT407 Humour 0.5
CT408 Wal~Mart: Studies in Contemporary Capitalism 0.5
CT409 Arctic Dreams and Nightmares [8] 0.5
CT415 Practicing Sustainability (Capstone) 0.5
CT417 Special Topics in Environment and Sustainability 0.5
CT419 Environmental Justice [9] 0.5
CT430 Youth Cultures 0.5
CT450 The City in Contemporary Life 0.5
CT455 Struggles in Capitalism Today (Capstone) 0.5
CT457 Special Topics in Social Structures 0.5
CT460 Popular Film and Contemporary Culture 0.5
CT470 Work 0.5
CT480 Classic Texts, Contemporary Issues [10] 0.5
CT485 Politics of Cultural Production (Capstone) 0.5
CT487 Special Topics in Culture and Representation 0.5
 

Senate/Editorial Changes

  1. Senate Revision January 12, 2015: CT100 Course description change; effective January 1, 2015.

  2. Senate Revision May 28, 2015: CT120 ownership changed to ID120; effective September 1, 2015.

  3. Senate Addition April 15, 2015: CT204 New course; effective September 1, 2015.

  4. Senate Revision April 15, 2015: CT210 Title and course description changed; effective September 1, 2015.

  5. Senate Addition April 15, 2015: CT222/JN222/MX222 Prerequisite changed; effective September 1, 2015.

  6. Senate Revision February 4, 2015: CT355/HR355 Prerequisite HR262 deleted; effective September 1, 2015.

  7. Senate Revision February 4, 2015: CT370/HR370 Prerequisite HR262 deleted; effective September 1, 2015.

  8. Senate Addition April 15, 2015: CT409 New course; effective September 1, 2015.

  9. Senate Addition February 4, 2015: CT419 New course; effective September 1, 2015.

  10. Senate Addition April 15, 2015: CT480 New course; effective September 1, 2015.