Honours BA Social and Environmental Justice in Combination with another Honours BA Program

The Combined Honours BA Social and Environmental Justice consists of 20.0 credits. Students will take 7.0 credits in Social and Environmental Justice, but not more than 7.0 credits in the degree may be at the 100 level.

A: Required Social and Environmental Justice Courses


B: Additional Social and Environmental Justice Courses

Degree Program Electives: An additional 13.0 credits toward the degree total of 20.0 credits, including the second honours BA major. All students in the program must complete successfully the Foundations curriculum: BF190, BF199, BF290, BF299

Additional Information
 
Program Notes

  1. Students in the Honours Social and Environmental Justice (SOJE) program may choose to complete a post-graduate certificate from Conestoga College in Sustainable Business Management offered through an agreement with Conestoga College on the Brantford campus. Students who have successfully completed a minimum of 10.0 credits that must include SOJE215 and OL140 with a minimum GPA of 5.00 in Honours SOJE and 5.00 overall are eligible to enroll, normally during the third year of full time study. Completion of the Sustainable Business Management program with an average of 70% or better, will allow students to receive 1.0 credit of senior SOJE and 3.5 senior misc. credits towards the Laurier BA. Students must successfully complete OL140 to complete the requirements for Sustainable Business Management.
    The Social and Environmental Justice program strongly recommends that students complete these additional courses prior to attending Conestoga College in order to meet prerequisites  and graduation requirements for senior level courses in Year 4 of the Honours program:
    BF190, BF199, BF290, BF299, SOJE100, ID/SOJE120, SOJE204, SOJE215, SOJE222, SOJE250/LY250, SOJE255.

    Students may also consider completing a 0.5 credit from the SOJE program during the Winter term of the Conestoga Sustainable Business Management certificate.
    The program recommends that students who have completed the post-graduate certificate in Sustainable Business Management also choose to complete the following environmentally-focused courses in Year 4 of the Honours program: SOJE302, SOJE419.
    Contact Academic Advising regarding program requirements and application procedures.
  2. Students in the Honours Social and Environmental Justice (SOJE) program shall be eligible to enroll in a graduate certificate in Community and Social Service Management (CSSM) through an articulation agreement with Conestoga College (Brantford campus). Students who have successfully completed a minimum of 10.0 credits that must include SOJE204 and OL224 with a minimum GPA of 5.00 in Honours SOJE and 5.00 overall are eligible to enroll, normally during the third year of full time study. Completion of the Community and Social Service post graduate certificate with a minimum average of 70% or better, will allow students to receive 5.0 senior credits including: 1.0 200 level OL credit, 0.5 300 level OL credit, 1.0 200 level SOJE credit, 1.5 300 level HR credit, 0.5 credit HR300, 0.5 credit HR305 towards the Laurier BA. The Social and Environmental Justice program strongly recommends that students complete these additional courses prior to attending Conestoga College in order to meet prerequisites and graduation requirements for senior level courses in Year 4 of the Honours program:
    BF190, BF199, BF290, BF299, SOJE100, SOJE120, SOJE204, SOJE215, SOJE222, SOJE250/LY250, SOJE255.

    Year 4: Students who have completed the graduate certificate in CSSM may be interested in completing SOJE310 in Year 4 of the Honours program. Contact Academic Advising regarding program requirements and application procedures.
  3. Students who are required to take research methods and statistic courses in their second honours program should seek academic advice to avoid duplication.
  4. Refer to the University Regulations chapter for progression and course regulations and the earlier section regarding Regulations for All Honours Programs.