The Medial degree is intended for students who would like a strong concentration in Global Development Studies in combination with an equally strong concentration in another discipline. Medial degrees can be completed with most other departments in Arts and Science. Students apply to the Medial plan after their first year in Arts and Science and should have completed DEVS 100.
A Medial consists of 21.0 credits in DEVS and 21.0 credits in DEVS-eligible courses.
|6.0||Canada and the "Third World"
|3.0||The Global Political Economy of Development
|3.0||Culture and Development
|3.0||Theories of Development
|3.0||Seminar Topic Course
|3.0||Students must take 3.0 credits in a language other than English. These credits must be chosen from the list of DEVS-eligible language instruction courses.|
|15.0 credits from DEVS or DEVS-eligible regional and thematic courses (not including those listed above and not including DEVS-eligible language instruction courses) at the 200-level or higher.|
|6.0 creditsfrom DEVS or DEVS-eligible regional and thematic courses (not including those listed above and not including DEVS-eligible language instruction courses) at the 300-level or higher.|
|Work-study option: DEVS Medials are NOT eligible for the independent work-study courses (DEVS 410*/411* and 420*).|
|International Study Option: DEVS Majors are eligible to apply for the international study course DEVS 305.|
|DEVS 501 (honours thesis) and DEVS 502: Directed reading course).|