Loyola College for Diversity and Sustainability
Would you like to expand your knowledge of how individuals and society can operate more consciously in a global context of increased intercultural contact? The Loyola College for Diversity and Sustainability is an interdisciplinary college within the Faculty of Arts and Science that provides students with an opportunity to delve into some of the most complex and challenging issues facing humankind in the 21st century from global, multicultural perspectives. These minors work well with any major by providing an international component that enhances opportunities in business, social services, and further studies.
Minor in Diversity and the Contemporary World — 24 credits
Designed to complement a specialization, major or honours program. Courses have a limited number of spaces open for students who wish to take them as electives rather than as part of the Minor.
Minor in Sustainability Studies — 30 credits
The primary purpose of a Minor in Sustainability Studies is to enable students to complement their major, specialization, or honours program with the systematic development of literacy in sustainability.
Sample courses include:
The Idea of Modernity, What is the Environment?, The 20th Century, Globalization and Diversity, Science and the Contemporary World, Biodiversity on Earth, Self, Culture and Development
Diversity and the Contemporary World, Sustainability Studies (BA - Minor) requirements: Minimum cut-off averages, admission statistics and program requirements.
Undergraduate admissions guidelines: For information on international admission, required documents, proof of language proficiency, the university admissions timetable, selection and notification process.