WQB Courses in the Faculty of Environment

WQB Requirements for undergraduate students

Breadth Courses

Course No.
Course Title
B Type
Other
       
Archaeology
     
ARCH 100-3
Ancient Peoples and Places
B-Soc
 
ARCH 131-3
Human Origins
B-Soc/Sci
 
ARCH 200-3
Special Topics in World Prehistory
B-Soc
 
ARCH 201-3
Introduction to Archaeology
B-Soc
 
ARCH 223-3
The Prehistory of Canada
B-Soc
 
ARCH 226-3
The Prehistory of Religion: Shamans, Sorcerers and Saints
B-Hum/Soc
 
ARCH 252-3
Ancient Egypt and Africa
B-Hum/Soc
 
ARCH 272-3
Archaeology of the Old World *W effective September 2012
B-Soc
W
ARCH 273-3
Archaeology of the New World
B-Soc
 
ARCH 285-3
Archaeological Science *effective January 2015
B-Sci
Q
ARCH 301-3
Ancient Visual Art
B-Hum
 
Environment
 
 
 
ENV 412-3 Technologies, Cultures and a Sustainable World *effective May 2013; cross-listed with ENSC 412; B-Soc applies to ENV version
B-Soc
 
Environmental Science
 
 
 
EVSC 100-3
Introduction to Environmental Science
*course number change from EVSC 200 effective September 2011
B-Sci
 
Geography
 
 
 
GEOG 100-3
Society, Space and Environment: Introducing Human Geography
B-Soc
 
GEOG 102-3
World Problems in Geographic Perspective
B-Soc
 
GEOG 111-3
Earth Systems
B-Sci
 
GEOG 162-3
Canada
B-Soc
 
GEOG 261-3
Introduction to Urban Geography
B-Soc
 
GEOG 318-4
Soils in our Environment
B-Sci
 
Resource and Environmental Management      
REM 100-3 Global Change
B-Soc
 
REM 200-3 Introduction to Resource and Environmental Management
*effective May 2014
B-Soc/Sci
 
REM 201-3 Introduction to Sustainable Community Development
*effective September 2012

B-Soc
 
REM 301-4 Sustainable Community Development Theory and Practice
*effective September 2012

B-Soc
 
Sustainable Community Development      
SCD 201-3 Introduction to Sustainable Community Development
*effective September 2008

B-Soc
 
SCD 301-4 Sustainable Community Development Theory and Practice
*effective September 2008

B-Soc
 

Writing Courses

Course No. Course Title Other
     
Archaeology    
ARCH 272-3 Archaeology of the Old World *W effective September 2012 B-Soc
ARCH 471-5 Archaeological Theory *effective September 2008  
Environment    
ENV 320-3 Ethics and the Environment *effective September 2012  
Environmental Science    
EVSC 491-3 Advanced Field Studies in Environmental Science  
Geography    
GEOG 322-4 World Resources  
GEOG 362-4 Geography of Urban Built Environments  
GEOG 381-4 Political Geography  
GEOG 389-4 Human Ecology: Human Relations to Nature  
GEOG 412-4 Glacial Processes and Environments  
GEOG 417-4 Soil Science II  
GEOG 440-4 Property, Land, Society  
GEOG 453-4 Theoretical and Applied Remote Sensing Q

Quantitative Courses

Course No.
Course Title
Other
     
Archaeology
   
ARCH 285-3
Archaeological Science *both designations effective January 2015 B-Sci
ARCH 376-5
Quantitative Methods in Archaeology  
Environment
   
ENV 221-3
Systems Thinking and the Environment *effective May 2014  
Geography    
GEOG 214-3
Weather and Climate
 
GEOG 251-3
Quantitative Geography
 
GEOG 253-3
Introduction to Remote Sensing
 
GEOG 255-3
Geographic Information Science I
 
GEOG 311-4
Hydrology I
 
GEOG 313-4
River Geomorphology
 
GEOG 314-4
The Climate System
 
GEOG 316-4
Global Biogeochemical and Water Cycles
 
GEOG 351-4
Multimedia Cartography
 
GEOG 352-4
Spatial Analysis
 
GEOG 353-4 Advanced Remote Sensing  
GEOG 355-4 Geographical Information Science II  
GEOG 411-4 Advanced Hydrology  
GEOG 414-4 Advanced Climatology  
GEOG 451-4 Spatial Modeling  
GEOG 453-4 Theoretical and Applied Remote Sensing W
GEOG 455-4 Theoretical and Applied GIS  
Resource and Environmental Management    
REM 311-3 Applied Ecology and Sustainable Environments  
REM 412-3 Environmental Modelling