Canadian-American Studies Program, University Interdisciplinary Programs
Canada and the United States share a continent and are linked by deep economic ties, several common historical experiences, and many cultural similarities; they are also marked by real and important differences. The Canadian-American Studies minor provides an overview of Canada and Canada-U.S. relations so students may better understand these similarities and differences and how they affect key cultural, environmental, and economic issues in North America today and in the future.
Why Consider a Canadian-American Studies Minor?
The Canadian-American Studies minor combines well with other majors and minors to add depth and international expertise. Examples include combining Canadian-American Studies with: environmental science and policy, international business, geography, anthropology, political science, marketing, communications, history and foreign languages.
Art and literature | Education and research | Environmental policy | Diplomacy | International business | International law | Politics
How to Declare (Admission and Declaration Process):
To declare the minor, contact the Center for Canadian-American Studies undergraduate advisor, Chuck Hart.
Advising Tips: A formal program of study is initially designed by the student in consultation with the Canadian-American Studies Department undergraduate advisor, Chuck Hart.
A grade of C- or better is required for a student’s major or minor courses, and supporting courses for majors and minors.