FASS Courses Open Spring 2019

December 19, 2018
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This list of FASS courses with available spaces and no (or low) prerequisites will help you complete your spring course schedule. Many of these count toward your undergraduate breadth requirement. See all course outlines.

Note: Registration is ongoing and courses may fill. If a class is full, you can contact the department to ask to be put on the waitlist, as students will be dropping classes in the first weeks of the term.

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Burnaby Campus Courses

Course Course  Name WQB Section Instructor
CHIN 330-3 Intermediate Chinese for Business I    D100 Jia Fei 
CRIM 131-3 International Criminal Justice System         
B-Soc      D100 Danielle Murdoch
ECON 103-4 Principles of Microeconomics   Q/B-Soc    D100 Douglas Allen
ECON 104-3 Economics and Government       B-Soc      D100 Krishna Pendakur
ECON 182-3 Selected Topics in Economics: Economics in Literature     D100 Douglas Allen
ENGL 111W-33 Literary Classics in English: Narratives of Encounter and Survival   W/B-Hum    D100 Sophie McCall
ENGL 115W-33 Literature and Culture: The World in Literature         W/B-Hum    D100 Carolyn Lesjak
FASS 310-4 Framing the Liberal Arts: Applied Research Project   D100  
FNLG 134-3 Introduction to FNLG II          E100 Darlene Willier
FNST 222-3 Selected Topics in FN Studies: First Nations Ethnozoology   D200 Rudy Reimer
FNST 222-3 Selected Topics in FN Studies: Intro to Indigenous Digital Media   D100 Madeline Knickerbocker
GERM 102-3 Introductory German I            D100 Claudia Hein
GSWS 102-3 Feminist Action                B-Hum      D100 Jennifer Marchbank
HIST 215-3 The Making of the British Isles           B-Hum      D100 John Craig
HIST 225-3 20th Century Europe            B-Hum      D100 Ilya Vinkovetsky
HIST 249-3 Islamic Civilization           B-Hum      D100 Ardalan Rezamand
HIST 255-3 China Since 1800               B-Hum      D100 Sessional
HIST 285-3 Studies in History: Japan Empire Emigration            B-Hum      D100 Janice Matsumura
HIST 288-3 History Christianity to 1500   B-Hum      D100 Hilmar Pabel
HS 150-3 Warfare in the Hellenic World: From Plato to NATO B-Hum/Soc D100 James Horncastle
HS 209-3 Heroic Greek Tales: From the Trojans to Frankenstein             B-Hum      D100 Alexander Grammatikos
HS 232-3 Graeco-Roman Religions         B-Hum      D100 Sabrina Higgins
HS 309-4 Narrating Trauma: Civil War Literature in the Balkans and the Mediterranean B-Hum D100 Alexander Grammatikos
HS 403-4 Selected Topics in Hellenic Studies: Population Movements and Irregular Warfare   D100 James Horncastle
HUM 321W-43 The Humanities of Critical Thinking      W/B-Hum    D100 Alessandra Capperdoni
HUM 381-4 Selected Topics in the Humanities I : B.R. Ambedkar and the Making of Democracy in India   D100 Valerian Rodrigues
IS 101-3 Intro to International Studies B-Hum/Soc D100 Tamir Moustafa
IS 200-3 Security and Global Governance B-Hum/Soc D100 Brenda Lyshaug
IS 210-3 Comparative World Politics: Trajectories, Regimes, Challenges     B-Hum/Soc D100 Serdar Kaya
IS 230-3 Transnationalism and Society   B-Hum/Soc D100 Elizabeth Cooper
IS 329-4 Special Topics III: South Asia Politics and Society   D300 Loganathan Masilamani
LING 100-3 Communication and Language                B-Soc      D100 Maite Taboada
LING 111-3 Intro to English Vocabulary    B-Soc      D100 Iouri Pankrats
LING 200-3 Introduction to English Sentence Analysis   D100 Maite Taboada
LING 220-3 Introduction to Linguistics           B-Soc      D100 Dean Mellow
LING 280-3 Interdisciplinary Topics in Linguistics: Indigenous Languages in Canada   D100 Heather Bliss
LING 290-3 The Science of Speech B-Soc/Sci D100 Murray Munro
PHIL 100W-3 Knowledge and Reality          W/B-Hum    D100 Jillian McIntosh
PHIL 105-3 Critical Thinking              Q/B-Soc/Sci D100 Jillian McIntosh
PHIL 144-3 Intro to the Philosophy of Science B-Hum/Sci D100 Jillian McIntosh
POL 100-3 Introduction to Politics and Government B-Soc      D100 Sanjay Jeram
POL 121-3 Political Engagement: From the Streets to the Ballot Box           B-Hum/Soc D100 David Matijasevich
POL 131-3 Politics of Prosperity and Inequality         B-Hum/Soc D100 Kevin Ginnell
POL 132-3 From Dictatorship to Democracy: Political Regimes in the 21st Century B-Hum/Soc D100 Stewart Prest
POL 141-3 War, International Cooperation and Development            B-Soc      D100 Will Plowright
POL 200-3 Investigating Politics           D100 Kevin Ginnell
POL 201-3 Introductory Quantitative Methods in Political Science     Q          D100 Defni Ezgi
POL 210-3 Intro to Political Philosophy B-Hum/Soc D100 David Laycock
POL 222-3 Introduction to Canadian Politics   D100 Andrew Heard
POL 253-3 Introduction to Public Policy B-Soc      F100 Aude-Claire Fourot
POL 253-3 Introduction to Public Policy B-Soc      D100 Cara Camcastle
POL 312-4 Modern and Contemporary Political Thought   D100 Laurent Dobuzinskis
POL 314-4 Theory and Explanation in Political Science Q D100 Laurent Dobuzinskis
POL 315-4 Intermediate Quantitative Methods Q D100 Kenny Le
POL 322-4 Canadian Political Parties   D100 Cara Camcastle
POL 330-4 Protecting Human Rights: Courts, Constitutions and Legislatures   D100 Clare McGovern
POL 317-4 Migration, Identity and Citizenship   D100 Sanjay Jeram
POL 339-4 Selected Topics in Comparative Government and Politics: Politics and Data Science   D100 Steven Weldon and Vincent Hopkins
POL 346-4 International Organization   D100 James Busumtwi-sam
POL 348-4 Theories of War, Peace and Conflict Resolution   D100 Tsuyoshi Kawasaki
POL 349-4 Selected Topics in International Relations: Terrorism   D100 Aaron Hoffman
POL 350-4 Public Policy for Women   D100 Laurel Weldon
POL 354-4 Comparative Metropolitan Governance   D100 Patrick Smith
SA 150-4 Introduction to Sociology             B-Soc      D100 Suzanna Crage
WL 204-3 Rights and Activism in Literature    B-Hum      D100 Kenneth Seigneurie
WL 306-4 Transnational Literary Rebellions B-Hum D100 Kenneth Seigneurie

Surrey Campus Courses

Course  Course Name WQB Section Instructor
CRIM 101-3 Introduction  to Criminology   B-Soc      D900 Barry Cartwright
CRIM 103-3 Psychological Explanations of Criminal and Deviant Behavior B-Soc      D900 Jodie-Ann Warren
CRIM 104-3 Sociological Explanations of Criminal and Deviant Behavior   B-Soc      D900 Stephanie Wiley
CRIM 131-3 Introduction to the Criminal Justice System - A Total System Approach B-Soc      D900 . Sessional
CRIM 135-3 Introduction to Canadian Law and Legal Institutions: A Criminal Justice Perspective B-Soc      D900 Helene Love
CRIM 218-3 Introductory Special Topics in Criminology: Current Perspectives in Cybercrime   D900 George Weir
ECON 103-4 Principles of Microeconomics   Q/B-Soc    D900 Gulriz Barkin
ECON 105-4 Principles of Macroeconomics   Q/B-Soc    D900 Gulriz Barkin
ENGL 115W-33 Literature and Culture         W/B-Hum    D900 Nadine Flagel
FNST 201W-33 Canadian Aboriginal Peoples' Perspectives on History W/B-Soc    D900 Madeline Knickerbocker
HIST 111-3 Histories of Technology        B-H/Soc/Sc D900 Aaron Windel
IS 210-3 Comparative World Politics: Trajectories, Regimes, Challenges     B-Hum/Soc D900 Efe Can Gurcan
LING 100-3 Communication and Language                B-Soc      D900 Heather Bliss
POL 151-3 Justice and Law                B-Soc      D900 Graeme Bowbrick
POL 200-3 Investigating Politics           D900 . TBD
PSYC 100-3 Introduction to Psychology I             B-Soc      D900 Trishia Coburn
PSYC 102-3 Introduction to Psychology II            B-Soc      D900 Trishia Coburn
PSYC 106-3 Psychological Issues in Contemporary Society: Psychology, Technology, and New Media B-Soc      D900 Sherrie Atwood
SA 150-4 Introduction to Sociology            B-Soc      D900 Kyle Willmott

Vancouver Campus Courses

Course Course Name WQB Section Instructor
CRIM 101 Introduction to Criminology B-Soc J100 Charmaine Perkins
ENGL 111W-3-3 Literary Classics in English   W/B-Hum    J100 Nadine Flagel
GERO 411-3 Special Topics in Gerontology II: Culture, Migration and Aging   D100 Sharon Koehn
GSWS 320-4 Special Topics in Gender, Sexuality, and Women's Studies: Gender, Environment and Climate Justice   D100 Kiera Anderson 
HUM 303-4 The Latin Humanist Tradition   D100 Antone Minard
HUM 331-4 Special Topics in Asian Religious Traditions: Buddhist Ethics in Contemporary Society   J100 Paul Crowe
IS 309-4 Special Topics I: Sub-Saharan Africa Development    D200 Geetanjali Gill
IS 309-4 Special Topics I: Transnational Justice   D300 Oskar Thoms
IS 309-4 Special Topics I: Peacekeeping and Peace Building   E100 Candyce Kelshall
IS 309-4 Special Topics I: Islam and Politics   J100 Amyn Sajoo
IS 319-4 Special Topics II: Gender and Human Security   D300 Sessional
IS 329-4 Special Topics III: Social Movements in the Global South   E100 Efe Gurcan 
IS 373-4 Global Environmental Politics   D100 Stuart Parker
ITAL 392-3 STT - Boccaccio's Decameron   E100 Vlad Vintila
LBST 330-3 Selected Topics in Labour Studies: Studying Labour Through Film   D200 John Irwin
LBST 330-3 Selected Topics in Labour Studies: The Politics of Working Time   D300 Tom Walker
LING 280-3 Interdisciplinary Topics in Linguistics: Language and Ethnicity in Canada   E100 Irina Presnyakova
PHIL 120W-33 Moral Problems                 W/B-Hum    J100 Brian Thomas
POL 141-3 War, International Cooperation and Development            B-Soc      J100 Denis Dogah
POL 232-3 US Politics B-Soc E100 Stewart Prest
POL 317-4 Migration, Identity and Citizenship   J100 Stefano Gulmanelli
POL 346-4 International Organization   J100 Tyler Chamberlain
POL 351-4 Immigration, Integration, and Public Policy in Canada   D100 Aude-Claire Fourot
PSYC 102-3 Introduction to Psychology II            B-Soc      J100 Megan Giroux
WL 104W-3 Modern World Literatures W/B-Hum D100 Kenneth Seigneurie

Distance Education

Course Course Name WQB Section Instructor
CRIM 131-3 Introduction to the Criminal Justice System B-Soc C100 Sheryl Fabian
HS 277-3 History of Greek Civilization B-Hum C100 Sabrina Higgins
HS 304-4 Alexander the Great and the Quest for World Empire B-Hum C100 Dimitrios Krallis
LBST 307-3 Unfree Labour and Modern Slavery: Understanding Coercion and Exploitation in Contemporary Labour Markets   C100 Kendra Strauss & TBD
WL 203-33 Subversive Genres      B-Humm      C100 Mark Deggan