Interdisciplinary minors

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There are several interdisciplinary programs in Social Sciences that are offered jointly with other faculties at the university. These programs enable students to undertake course work from more than one discipline and to obtain a Minor by completing the program requirements.

Technology and Society — is designed to focus specifically on the social and humanistic aspects of technology and society.
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Human Dimensions of Climate Change — offers an overall understanding of the human aspects of climate change including its political, economic, geographic, psychological and sociological dimensions.
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Social Justice Studies — provides a clear understanding of the range of ways to address and engage with issues of social inequity and injustice in the contemporary world.
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Indigenous Studies — is designed to provide both indigenous and non-indigenous students with a core program that teaches indigenous world views and ways of knowing.
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European Studies — teaches a thorough understanding of Europe's multifaceted history, cultures and fast-changing political realities.
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