For the Honors in Interdisciplinary Studies, students must obtain a minimum of ★48 at the senior level in Interdisciplinary Studies (including at least ★6 at the 400-level) and a maximum of ★60.
Courses allowed will constitute a program of study with a specific theme (e.g., study of minorities in Canada), to be proposed by the student in consultation with a Faculty member and approved by the Associate Dean (Academic).
100-level courses may not be counted in the program.
A course in research methods SCSOC 225 is required.
ETIN 520 is required in the fourth year of the program.
For example, the following list of courses could constitute an Honors program in Interdisciplinary Studies on the theme of minorities in Canada: