|School:||University of Saskatchewan|
|Faculty:||College of Arts and Science|
|Field of Study:||History, General
|Description:||Historians and history students study the past to understand how and why change happens to individuals, societies and countries. Students engage the world through history and make sense of it, finding meaningful connections between the past, present and future. These connections embrace geography, culture, politics, society and the dynamics of change. Understanding what lies beyond many recent local, national and international events such as the global thirst for oil, arctic sovereignty, the politics of medical experiementation, the Truth & Reconciliation Commission, the war in Afghanistan, and the changing roles of women all require history.
Students learn how Canada and the world became as they are today through analyzing written texts, oral histories, primary documents, artifacts and material culture. From the ancient world to the present day, students can examine a range of subjects and periods, while also exploring a variety of thematic approaches to the study of history, social history, medical history, science history, environmental history, political history and the history of sexualities.
|URL:||History (B.A. Three- or Four- Year) at University of Saskatchewan|
|Cost per year:*||
|Grade for Entrance Previous Year (%)*||70|
These courses are intended as guidelines. Speak to your guidance counsellor to see what courses are offered at your school.
Required Courses: Foundations of Mathematics 30 or Pre-Calculus 30 (or equivalents) In addition to the Required Courses for admission, some university courses have a high school pre-requisite. Students entering the Bachelor of Arts program, or who are undecided about which program they are interested in, are encouraged to take Foundations of Mathematics 30. Students interested in the Bachelor of Science program are encouraged to take Pre-Calculus 30. Students can be admitted into this college with a mathematics deficiency but are encouraged to consult the college upon admission to plan how to clear the deficiency.