0.5 course from: CGS 1000–level. (This 0.5 courses of CGS courses is not applied to the degree requirements, but it is required for entry into the degree module.)
1.0 course from: language other than English. See CGS language requirement (not part of the 9.0 for Honors Specialization, but a requirement for CGS degree).
3.5 courses to make up full course load.
Note: Students enter the Honors Specialization in Global Culture Studies in the 2nd year. To be admitted to this Honors Specialization students must have: completion of first year requirements with no failures; students must have an average of at least 70% across 5.0 first year courses which will consist of the 3.0 principal courses, including the 0.5 CGS course, with no mark in these principal courses below 60%.
0.5 course: CGS 2004F/G.
0.5 course from: CGS 2002F/G, 2003F/G.
1.0 course from: CGS 3100E or above.
1.0 course from: Anthropology 2201F/G, 2203F/G; English 2362F/G, 2363F/G; CGS 2002F/G, 2003F/G; History 2701E, 2702E; Philosophy 2074F/G, 2810F/G, 3820F/G; Economics 2124A/B, 2161F/G, 2163A/B, 2170A/B; Political Science 2231E, 2275E.
1.0 course from: language other than English, either in progression from language studied in Year 1, or in a language different from that studied in Year 1. See CGS language requirement. (not part of the 9.0 for Honors Specialization, but requirement for CGS degree)
1.0 course: Business Administration 2257
Year 3: HBA1
The third year of the undergraduate program in Business Administration consists of an integrated set of courses (8.25 course) designed to give a basic understanding of the functions and the interrelationships of the major areas of management, as well as to develop problem-solving and action-planning skills.
All students will take: Business Administration 3300K, 3301K, 3302K, 3303K, 3304K, 3307K, 3311K, 3316K, 3321K, 3322K, 3323K.
No substitute for any of the above courses is permitted under any circumstances.
Years 4 and 5: HBA2 Requirements
(can be taken over year 4 or 5 - no course is restricted to either year)
Years 4 and 5: Huron Globalization Studies
0.5 course: CGS 3001F/G.
Years 4 and 5
1.0 course from: CGS 3509F/G, 3513F/G, 3514F/G, 3525F/G (if any completed already in Year 2, then may be substituted with other CGS course at 3100 or above).
1.5 courses from: CGS 3100E or above.
1.0 course from: CGS 4000E – 4999.
2.0 courses from: Approved Arts and Social Sciences courses (not in CGS) at the 2200–level or above with Globalization Studies content. (Courses may be chosen from list supplied by CGS or may approved with permission of the Director of CGS).