For the purpose of meeting option requirements, the university categorizes its courses as follows:
*The following Women's and Gender Studies courses may be taken for Arts credit: WGST-1600, WGST-1200, WGST-1300, WGST-2300, WGST-2190, WGST-2360, WGST-2700, WGST-3590, and WGST-3850.
**The following course may be taken for Arts credit: ANZO-1600.
Note: Courses in all languages listed above that may be used to satisfy language requirements include: XXXX-1000, XXXX-1010, XXXX-1020, XXXX-2000, XXXX-2010, XXXX-2020, XXXX-3000, XXXX-3010. All French Studies courses count as language requirements. ARAB-1100 and ARAB-1110 also count as language requirements. All other courses in any language listed above count only as Arts courses.
** Women's and Gender Studies WGST-2500 will satisfy either a Social Science or a Science requirement.
***All Economics courses will be permitted to satisfy either Science or Social Science requirements.
Note: For students in the Faculty of Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences the following Nursing courses will satisfy a Science requirement: NURS-3510, and NURS-3910.
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