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Morehead State University
Canadian Studies Minor

Morehead State University offers the International Studies (IST) Minor, Canadian Studies Emphasis which includes courses taught by MSU and Canadian Studies Online Program (CSOP) faculty. The MSU Canadian Studies Minor is designed to appeal to a variety of student interests, encourage the multidisciplinary study of our North American neighbor in the undergraduate curriculum, and provide the opportunity to intern in the Canadian Parliament.

MSU students must take a minimum of 22 hours which includes required IST courses, a required introductory online course, IST 330: Perspectives on Canada, and elective advanced online courses in Canadian history, government, civil liberties, environmental policy, economic life, and social and cultural issues taught in comparative and international perspective. Students will find the IST Minor Canadian Studies Emphasis program, courses, and requirements in the MSU Undergraduate Catalog. Inquiries should be directed to Professor William Green, the CSOP Campus Coordinator, at w.green@morehead-st.edu.

Eastern Kentucky University
Canadian Studies Minor

Eastern Kentucky University, beginning in the Fall 2005, will offer the International Studies Minor in Canadian Studies which will include courses taught by EKU and Canadian Studies Online Program faculty. The EKU Canadian Studies Minor is designed to appeal to a variety of student interests, encourage the multidisciplinary study of our North American neighbor in the undergraduate curriculum, and provide the opportunity to intern in the Canadian Parliament.

Students must take a minimum of 18 hours which includes a required introductory online team taught course, ANT 332: Perspectives on Canada, and elective advanced courses in Canadian history, government, civil liberties, economic life, environmental policy, and social and cultural issues taught in comparative and international perspective. EKU students will find the Canadian Studies Minor program, courses, and requirements in the EKU Undergraduate Catalog. Inquiries should be directed to Professor Steven Savage, the CSOP Campus Coordinator, at Steve.Savage@eku.edu.

University of Kentucky
Canadian Studies Certificate

The University of Kentucky, beginning in the Fall 2005, will offer the Canadian Studies Certificate which will include courses are taught by UK and Canadian Studies Online Program faculty. The UK Canadian Studies Certificate is designed to appeal to a variety of undergraduate student interests, encourage the multidisciplinary study of our North American neighbor in the undergraduate curriculum, and provide an opportunity to intern in the Canadian Parliament.

Students must take a minimum of 12 hours which includes Perspectives on Canada, the introductory team taught course, and 9 hours of advanced courses which may include Canadian history, government, civil liberties, environmental policy, economic life, and social and cultural issues taught in comparative and international perspective. UK students will find the Canadian Studies Certificate program, courses, and requirements in the UK Undergraduate Catalog. Inquiries should be directed to Professor Ernest J. Yanarella, the CSOP Campus Coordinator, at ejyana@email.uky.edu.

Western Kentucky University
Canadian Studies Certificate

The Western Kentucky University offers the Canadian Studies Certificate which includes courses taught by WKU and Canadian Studies Online Program faculty. The WKU Canadian Studies Certificate is designed to appeal to a variety of student interests, encourage the multidisciplinary study of our North American neighbor, and provide an opportunity to intern in the Canadian Parliament.

Students must take a minimum of 12 hours which include a required course, History 492: History of Canada, and 9 hours from courses listed in the Undergraduate Catalog and those available through the Canadian Studies Online program, including an introductory team taught course, and advanced courses in Canadian history, government, civil liberties, economic life, environmental policy, and social and cultural issues taught in comparative and international perspective. WKU students will find the Canadian Studies Certificate program, courses, and requirements in the WKU Undergraduate Catalog. Inquiries should be directed to the Office of International Programs at 270-745-6146 or to Professor John Petersen, the CSOP Campus Coordinator, at John.Petersen@wku.edu.

Georgetown College
Master of Arts in Teaching Canadian Studies Courses

Georgetown College, beginning in the Fall 2005, will be the first Kentucky Canadian Studies Consortium campus to offer graduate courses in Canadian Studies. These Canadian Studies Online Program (CSOP) courses, which will be taught by Georgetown and CSOP faculty, will provide Master of Arts in Teaching students with the opportunity to study our North American neighbor by taking the introductory course, HIS 570: Perspectives on Canada, and advanced courses in Canadian history, government, civil liberties, economic life, environmental policy, and social and cultural issues taught in comparative and international perspective. These courses will designed for Social Studies, Language Arts, and French teachers and will require them to develop Units of Study which they will be able to incorporate into their elementary, middle, and high school courses. Georgetown graduate students interested in these courses should contact David Foreman, Director of Graduate Studies, at dforman1@georgetowncollege.edu or Professor Harold Tallant, the CSOP Campus Coordinator, at Harold_Tallant@georgetowncollege.edu.


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