Complementary Studies

Students who have received previous credit toward Year 1 Engineering courses must substitute a complementary studies elective to prepare for transfer to the Faculty of Engineering at the University of Alberta.

The list of complementary studies electives is maintained by the University of Alberta and is updated annually.

One complementary studies elective must be taken at the 100 level; any additional 100-level complementary studies electives taken will not be considered for credit towards your degree. Your remaining complementary studies elective(s) must be taken at the 200-level.

The following is a list of complementary studies electives offered at MacEwan University. To register in these courses you must speak with an Academic Advisor in Program Services.

 

Complementary studies electives

List 1 (First year)

     ANTH 101 - Introduction to Anthropology
     ANTH 110 - Gender, Age and Culture
     ANTH 150 - Race and Racism in Modern World
     CLAS 102 - Greek and Roman Mythology
     CLAS 110 - Early World History
     ECON 101 - Introduction to Microeconomics
     ECON 102 - Introduction to Macroeconomics
     HIST 101 - Foundations of the Modern World before c.1500 C.E.
     HIST 102 - Foundations of the Modern World from 1500 C.E. to the Present
     LING 101 - Introduction to Linguistic Analysis
     PHIL 125 - Analytical Reasoning
     POLS 101 - Introduction to Politics
     PSYC 104 - Introductory Psychology I
     SOCI 100 - Introductory Sociology

List 2 (Second and higher years)

     ECON 281 - Intermediate Microeconomics
     ECON 282 - Intermediate Macroeconomics
     HIST 260 - History of Canada to 1867
     HIST 261 - History of Canada Since 1867
     PHIL 205 - Philosophy of Mind
     PHIL 220 - Symbolic Logic II
     PHIL 265 - Philosophy of Science
     PHIL 325 - Risk, Choice and Rationality
     PSYC 258 - Cognitive Psychology
     PSYC 275 - Brain and Behaviour
     SOCI 224 - Deviance and Conformity
     SOCI 225 - Criminology
     SOCI 241 - Social Psychology
     SOCI 251 - Population and Society
     SOCI 301 - Sociology of Gender and Sexuality