1st Year Fall 2019 Elective Suggestions
The courses listed below are in the Undergraduate Calendar as Fall Semester offerings. When registering for Fall 2019 courses, please check WebAdvisor since it provides confirmation of course offerings.
Electives may be in a subject area that interests you and are completely your choice. Although, the BASc Counselling staff cannot suggest specific choices, please find below some suggestions you may find helpful. Please check WebAdvisor for space availability, Priority Access, class dates, times and ensure no scheduling conflicts.
This is by no means an exhaustive list of 1st year courses. There are also courses that are only offered by on-line by Distance Education (DE). There are also courses in Biology, Mathematics, Chemistry and Physics that require 4U prerequisite(s) from high school. There are language courses such as French that may require a 4U prerequisites or native ability. Check Section X. Course Descriptions in the Undergraduate Calendar for further information and contact the relevant department if you have questions. The link to the Undergraduate Calendar is at: https://www.uoguelph.ca/registrar/calendars/undergraduate/current/
Another possible elective are First Year Seminar courses under the course code UNIV*1200. Please note sections are opened gradually as well as adding spaces to sections. This course is only available to first year students. Again, please check WebAdvisor for the topic of each section course and register early since class size is very limited
ANTH*1120 Biological Anthropology
ANTH*1150 Introduction to Anthropology
ARTH*1510 Art Historical Studies I
BIOL*1070 Discovering Biodiversity
BIOL*1500 Humans in the Natural World
CLAS*1000 Introduction to Classical Culture
ECON*1050 Introductory Microeconomics
ENGL*1200 Reading the Contemporary World
ENGL*1030 Effective Writing
EURO*1100 European Cinema
GEOG*1200 Society and Space
GEOG*1220 Human Impact on the Environment
GEOG*1300 Introduction to the Biophysical Environment
GEOG*1350 Earth: Hazards & Global Change
GERM*1100 Introductory German I - This course may not normally be taken by anyone who has 4U German.
HIST*1010 The Early Modern World
HIST*1150 The Modern World
HIST*1250 Science and Technology in a Global Context
HORT*1130 The Science of Gardening
IDEV*1000 Understanding Development and Global Inequalities
ITAL*1060 Introductory Italian I - Not available to students who have credit for 4U Italian or equivalent.
LAT*1100 Preliminary Latin - Not available to students who have credit for 4U Latin or equivalent.
MUSC*1060 Amadeus to Zeppelin: Music and Culture
PHIL*1000 Classic Thinkers
PHIL*1010 Introductory Philosophy: Social and Political Issues
PHIL*1030 Sex, Love, and Friendship
POLS*1150 Understanding Politics
POLS*1400 Issues in Canadian Politics
POLS*1500 World Politics
PORT*1100 Introductory Portuguese (Brazilian Culture) - For students with no previous studies in the language.
SOC*1500 Crime and Criminal Justice
SPAN*1100 Introductory Spanish I -For students with no previous studies in Spanish.
THST*1040 Introduction to Performance
THST*1200 The Languages of Media
WMST*1000 Introduction to Women's Studies
Updated May 10, 2019