Faculty of Arts & Science

Related Courses Offered Outside the Department

Majors may count up to 1.0 FCE–and Specialists up to 2.0 FCE–from the courses shown below to satisfy degree requirements for FAH courses. The courses will be credited at the appropriate level (i.e., as 100, 200, 300, or 400 series) and can in certain circumstances be used to meet period distribution requirements. Consult the Undergraduate Associate Chair about any course not in this list.

Note: FAH Specialists who intend to pursue graduate studies may petition the Undergraduate Associate Chair (and may solicit a faculty supervisor to recommend the petition) in order to count more than 2.0 FCEs outside the department toward their FAH Specialist program.

Discipline Course(s)
  • ANT200Y1/311Y1/411H1/412Y1/416H1/420H1 Archaeological Theory, Techniques, and Analysis
  • ANT315H1/316H1/317H1/320Y1 The Americas
  • ANT347H1 Metropolis: Global Cities
  • ANT457H1 Anthropology of Material Culture
  • ARC356H1 Design History of Landscape Architecture
Cinema Studies
  • CIN105Y1 Introduction to Film Study
  • CIN270Y1 American Popular Film Since 1970
  • CIN310Y1 AvantGarde and Experimental Film
  • CIN374Y1 American Filmmaking in the Studio Era
  • CIN378H1 Aspects of a National Cinema
  • FCS310Y1 French Cinema
  • FIN260H1 Scandinavian Cinema
  • HIS345H1 History and Film
  • ITA240Y1 Italian Cinema
  • SLA225H1 Czech and Slovak Cinema From the '60s
  • SLA226H1 Post-war Polish Cinema
  • SLA234H1 Russian and Soviet Cinema I & II
  • SMC411H1 Celtic Cinema
  • CLA389H1 Classical Spaces: Sites and Monuments
East Asian Studies
  • EAS273H1 Modern Chinese Cities
  • EAS297H1 Texts, Images and Objects in East Asia
  • EAS312H1 Art and Archaeology of Early China
  • EAS438H1 Architecture in Premodern China
  • EAS449H1 Future, Architecture, Japan
  • GGR124Y1 Urbanization, Contemporary Cities and Urban Life
  • GGR336H1 Urban Historical Geography of North America
  • HIS367H1 History of Images
  • HIS369Y1 Aboriginal Peoples of the Great Lakes
Near and Middle Eastern Civilizations
  • NMC101Y1 The Ancient Near East
  • NMC260Y1 The Archaeology of the Ancient Near East
  • NMC261H1 Field Archaeology
  • NMC264H1 The Archaeology of Stuff
  • NMC265H1 Archaeology in War Zones: Syria, Iraq, Afghanistan
  • NMC266H1 Archaeologies of Power
  • NMC361Y1 Archaeology of Palestine in the Biblical Period
  • NMC362H1 The Art and Archaeology of Ancient Egypt
  • NMC363Y1 The Archaeology of Historical Mesopotamia
  • NMC365Y1 Islamic Archaeology
  • NMC366Y1 The Islamic City
  • NMC392H1 The Taj Mahal and its Origins
  • NMC393H1 Early Islamic Art and Architecture
  • NMC394H1 Persianate Art & Architecture
  • NMC396Y1 The Islamic City
  • NMC446H1 The Babylonian City
  • NMC461Y1 Problems in the Archaeology of the Ancient Near East
  • NMC464H1 Mediaeval Middle Eastern Ceramics
  • NMC466H1 Ancient Near Eastern Ceramics
  • NMC467Y1 Archaeology and Material Culture of Ancient Egypt
New College
  • NEW104H1 Creating Community: Art, Identity and Belonging
  • NEW114H1 Art for Social Change
  • NEW321H1 Caribbean Visual Arts, Social Media and Performance
  • PHL285H1 Aesthetics
  • PHL385H1 Issues in Aesthetics
  • PHL485H1 Advanced Topics in Aesthetics
Slavic Studies
  • SLA260H1 Constructing Space: A History of Russian Art and Architecture
  • SLA331H1 Modernism and Visual Arts
St. Michael's College
  • SMC200H1 Christianity and the Arts
  • SMC344Y1 Celtic Archaeology
  • SMC358H1 The Mediaeval Book
Victoria College
  • MCS224H1 Approaches to Material Culture
  • MCS225Y1 A History of the World in Objects
  • REN240Y1 The Civilization of Renaissance Europe
  • MCS320H1 Semiotics of Visual Art
  • REN346H1 The Idea of the Renaissance
  • REN348Y0 The Renaissance City