Undergraduate Courses

List of approved and proposed undergraduate courses for 2018/2019

The Centre for Refugee Studies does not offer any courses of its own on refugee related issues. However, we recognize a wide range of courses offered by the various faculties at York which relate to refugee and migration studies. While we cannot guarantee that courses deemed appropriate for the Certificate will be mounted in any given year, we do try to annually update the courses listed below.

Each undergraduate program publishes an annual handbook/lecture timetable, and students are advised to consult these before making their final choice of courses. It is important to note that students in the CRS certificate program do not receive any special priority in enrollment for these courses. Please note that students registered for the certificate program are not exempt from having to fulfill course prerequisites and/or requirements in their home faculties. The following is a list of approved courses, arranged by the Program.

**Please note that the core course is still to be confirmed**

Administrative Studies
AP/ADMS 3706 3.00 Disasters and Humans (Cross listed with: AP/DEMS 3706 3.00)
Anthropology
AP/ANTH 2100 6.00 Global Capitalism, Culture, and Conflict  
Disaster and Emergency Management
AP/DEMS 3706 3.00 Disasters and Humans (Cross-listed with: AP/ADMS 3706 3.00)
Environmental Studies
ES/ENVS 4220 3.00 Urbanization in Developing Countries  
Geography
AP/GEOG 2030 3.00 The End of the Earth as We Know It: Global Environmental Change  
AP/GEOG 3070 6.00 Gender, Population and Migration  
AP/GEOG 4880 3.00 Spaces of Conflict, Violence, and Power  
History
AP/HIST 3535 6.00 African-Canadian History  

Human Rights and Equity Studies
AP/HREQ 3010 6.00 Human Rights and Global Economy (Cross-listed with: AP/POLS 3255 6.00)
AP/HREQ 3891 3.00    Gender, Religion and Human Rights in Cross-Cultural Perspective

(Cross-listed with: AP/GWST 3890 3.00, GL/GWST 3890 3.00)

AP/HREQ 3962 3.00    Trauma, Social Dislocation and Human Rights  
AP/HREQ 4652 3.00    Violence, Enslavement and Human Rights  
AP/HREQ 4820 6.00 Crime and Deviance

(Cross-listed with: AP/SOCI 4820 6.00)

Political Science
AP/POLS 3900 3.00 Local to Global: City and Nation in the Age of Globalization  
AP/POLS 4080 3.00 The Philosophy of Toleration  
AP/POLS 4255 6.00 Issues in International Human Rights  
Public Policy and Administration Studies
AP/PPAS 4111 3.00 The International Refugee Protection Regime I: Critical Problems  
AP/PPAS 4112 3.00 The International Refugee Protection Regime II: Research Seminar  
Sociology
AP/SOCI 4350 3.00  Immigration and Citizenship  
AP/SOCI 4360 6.00 Migration Experiences: Theory and Practice  
Social Science
GL/SOSC 3644 3.00 Asylum / L’Asile (Cross-listed with: GL/HUMA 3644 3.00)
Social Work
AP/SOWK 4130 3.00 Social Work with Immigrants and Refugees