(Reference Only) St. Michael's College Programs (FAS, U of T)

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1. Examples of St. Michael's College Program types. Mix and match your own.

1.1. 1 Specialist in Celtic Studies. Or, 1 Specialist in Mediaeval Studies.

1.2. 2 Majors*: Major in the Christianity and Culture program along with a second major in the Mediaeval Studies program.

1.3. 1 Major + 2 Minors*: Combine a major in the Book and Media Studies program with a minor in Christianity and Education as well as a minor in Christianity and Culture.

1.4. See the Major in Christianity and Culture Recommended Program Map

1.5. See the Minor in Christianity and Education Recommended Program Map

2. Celtic Studies

2.1. The Celtic Studies Program offers a wide variety of undergraduate courses on the languages, literature, history, music, folklore, art and archaeology of the peoples of Ireland, Scotland and Wales. We examine Celtic identities in the modern as well as the ancient and medieval world, and explore the transmission of these traditions to Canada and the United States.

2.2. Our program attracts visiting professors from Ireland, organizes conferences with international scholars, and offers summer scholarships for students to study across the Atlantic. We provide intellectually stimulating courses in a personal, student-friendly learning environment.

2.3. The Celtic Studies program is a good preparation for a career in education, journalism, arts and entertainment, or communications. Many of our students proceed to graduate work in the fields of history, mediaeval studies, literature, archaeology, folklore, and library science.

2.4. Celtic Studies Specialist: ASSPE1682

2.5. Celtic Studies Major: ASMAJ1682

2.6. Celtic Studies Minor: ASMIN1682

2.7. Special to Celtic Studies

2.8. Celtic Studies Course Union

2.9. Garm Lu: The Canadian Celtic Arts Journal published by the Celtic Studies Course Union

3. Christianity and Culture

3.1. The Christianity and Culture Program offers students an opportunity to study Christianity from a variety of perspectives, including its self-understanding, history, and interaction with various facets of western and world culture. The program also explores how Christian experience continues to develop in its encounter with contemporary culture and issues.

3.2. Individual courses focus on art, literature, science, philosophy, theology, ritual, law, and social and institutional history. The program addresses the broad range of Christian experience, with a particular emphasis on the Catholic tradition.

3.3. Christianity and Culture prepares students for a career in education, journalism, arts and entertainment, or communications. Many of our students proceed to graduate work in theology and religious studies.

3.4. Christianity and Culture Major: ASMAJ0463

3.5. Christianity and Culture Minor: ASMIN0463

3.6. The minor program in Christianity and Education offers students the opportunity to consider the theory, practice and history of Christian pedagogy.

3.7. Christianity and Education Minor: ASMIN1014

3.8. Special to Christianity and Culture

3.9. The Rabanus Project: A social club for students, faculty, staff and alumni associated with the program. Sponsors a range of events that encourage members to consider the place of Christianity in cultures past and present, including lectures, discussion, films, and cultural outings.

3.10. Saeculum: A journal for the study of Christianity and Culture edited, produced, and published by the students in the program.

3.11. The Christianity and the Arts Lecture: An annual public lecture by a scholar or practitioner in the field of Christianity and art, literature, music, or poetry.

4. St. Michael’s College undergraduate students enjoy an enriching intellectual, spiritual and cultural experience while earning a degree in the Faculty of Arts and Science at the University of Toronto. (FAS, U of T). St. Michael’s College (SMC) programs are rooted in the Catholic intellectual tradition. SMC Programs offer a range of experiences which may include off-campus, international, and independent research/study.

4.1. Students in the University of Toronto's Faculty of Arts and Science are welcome to enrol in St. Michael’s College programs and each program’s individual courses.

5. Additional Courses

5.1. St. Michael’s also offers a number of additional courses which form part of our SMC Programs, or of the programs of other colleges and departments, or are a reflection of staff and student academic interests not always available in departmental course offerings.

5.2. SMC299Y1: Research Opportunity Program

5.3. SMC380H1: St. Michael's College Independent Studies

5.4. SMC381Y1: St. Michael's College Independent Studies

5.5. SMC385H1: Multicultural Toronto by the Numbers

5.6. SMC399Y1: Research Opportunity Program

5.7. SMC457H1: Directed Research

5.8. SMC480H1: St. Michael's College Independent Studies

5.9. SMC481Y1: St. Michael's College Independent Studies

6. SMC One: Seminars for First Year Students

6.1. The Gilson Seminar in Faith and Ideas

6.2. First-year students explore the intersection of faith with today’s most important questions. This course features a two-week international learning experience in Rome that explores the roles that the Catholic Church and Vatican have played in ecology, science, literature and politics.

6.3. The Boyle Seminar in Scripts and Stories

6.4. First-year students investigate the intersection of Celtic and mediaeval cultures through manuscript analysis and language instruction. Participants are invited to travel to Ireland with the course instructors for an out-of-course international learning experience the following summer.

6.5. The McLuhan Seminar in Creativity and Technology

6.6. First-year students explore the relationship between creativity and technology and the individual, social, and cultural effects of innovation. The McLuhan Seminar will include a one-week trip to Silicon Valley, California.

7. FAS Degree Requirements

7.1. Select your program of study.

7.2. To receive your FAS degree you will need to complete 20 credits in a variety of subjects.

7.3. Level of credits: Maximum 6.0 100-level At least 6.0 300/400-level

7.4. Choose your Specialist, or Majors, and/or Minors

7.5. 1 Specialist, or 2 Majors*, or 1 Major + 2 Minors* * must consist of 12.0 different FCEs

7.6. Choose courses to meet the Breadth Requirement.

7.7. Must take at least 4.0 credits that have been designated as satisfying the Breadth Requirement. Must be either: (a) at least 1.0 credit in each of 4 of the 5 categories below, or (b) at least 1.0 credit in each of any 3 of the 5 categories, and at least 0.5 credits in each of the other 2 categories. 1. Creative and Cultural Representations 2. Thought, Belief, and Behaviour 3. Society and Its Institutions 4. Living Things and Their Environment 5. The Physical and Mathematical Universes

8. MAJOR - Example - Christianity and Culture Major - ASMAJ0463

8.1. (Recommended program map)

8.2. Humanities - Arts Program

8.3. DESCRIPTION: A multidisciplinary exploration of Christian traditions from artistic, literary, philosophical, theological, scientific, social and historical perspectives.

8.4. ENROLMENT REQUIREMENTS: Type one program. Enrolment is open to students who have completed 4.0 FCEs.

8.5. COMPLETION REQUIREMENTS: 6.0 FCEs including at least 2.0 FCEs at the 300+ level, 0.5 of which must be at the 400 level. FIRST YEAR: No specific first year requirements.

8.6. Requirement 1:

8.6.1. SMC203Y1: Christianity and Society Through the Ages

8.6.2. This course explores the historical engagement of various Christian traditions with the prevailing political, social, and ethnic cultures in the western world and beyond. Students will also examine the development of Christianity as it confronts changes in the symbolic and intellectual universes from antiquity to post-modernity.

8.6.3. The required course SMC 203Y1 Christianity and Society through the Ages is offered at the second-year level and is open to first-year students.

8.6.4. Breadth Requirements: Society and its Institutions (3) Thought, Belief and Behaviour (2)

8.7. Requirement 2: 1.5 FCEs from

8.7.1. SMC200H1: Christianity and the Arts

8.7.1.1. Breadth Requirements: Creative and Cultural Representations (1)

8.7.2. SMC215H1: Varieties of Christian Community

8.7.2.1. Breadth Requirements: Society and its Institutions (3)

8.7.3. SMC218H1: Christianity and Education

8.7.3.1. Breadth Requirements: Thought, Belief and Behaviour (2)

8.7.4. SMC232H1: Models of Relating Christianity and Science

8.7.4.1. Breadth Requirements: Thought, Belief and Behaviour (2)

8.8. Requirement 3: 0.5 FCE from SMC courses or any course from Breadth Requirement Category 5: The Physical and Mathematical Universes

8.8.1. SMC370H1: The Bible and Biology

8.8.1.1. Prerequisite: Completion of 4.0 FCEs Recommended Preparation: SMC203Y1/​ SMC232H1 Distribution Requirements: Humanities Breadth Requirements: Thought, Belief and Behaviour (2)

8.8.2. SMC371H1: Faith and Physics

8.8.2.1. Prerequisite: Completion of 4.0 FCEs Breadth Requirements: Thought, Belief and Behaviour (2)

8.8.3. SMC383H1: God and Geometry

8.8.3.1. Prerequisite: Completion of 4.0 FCEs Exclusion: SMC233H1 Recommended Preparation: SMC203Y1; SMC232H1 Breadth Requirements: Thought, Belief and Behaviour (2)

8.8.4. SMC385H1: Multicultural Toronto

8.8.4.1. Prerequisite: Students must be registered in major or specialist programs in SMC/SLA/FRE/GER/ITA.

8.9. Requirement 4: 3.0 additional FCE from the C&C course list, of which 1.0 FCE may be taken from the list of approved cross-listed courses

9. MINOR - Example: Minor Program in Christianity and Education - ASMIN1014

9.1. (Recommended program map)

9.2. Humanities - Arts Program

9.3. DESCRIPTION: This program offers students the opportunity to consider the theory, practice and history of Christian pedagogy.

9.4. ENROLMENT REQUIREMENTS: Type 1 Program. Enrolment is open to students who have completed 4.0 FCEs.

9.5. COMPLETION REQUIREMENTS: 4.0 FCEs, including at least 1.0 FCE at 300+ level. FIRST YEAR: No specific first-year requirements.

9.6. Requirement 1:

9.6.1. SMC203Y1: Christianity and Society Through the Ages

9.6.2. The required course SMC 203Y1 Christianity and Society through the Ages is offered at the second-year level and is open to first-year students.

9.6.3. This course explores the historical engagement of various Christian traditions with the prevailing political, social, and ethnic cultures in the western world and beyond. Students will also examine the development of Christianity as it confronts changes in the symbolic and intellectual universes from antiquity to post-modernity.

9.6.4. Breadth Requirements: Society and its Institutions (3) Thought, Belief and Behaviour (2)

9.7. Requirement 2:

9.7.1. SMC218H1: Christianity and Education

9.7.2. SMC312H1: Catholicism and Education

9.7.3. SMC313H1: Catholic Education in Ontario

9.8. Requirement 3: 1.5 FCEs from C&C Courses

9.8.1. SMC200H1: Christianity and the Arts

9.8.2. SMC305H1: Christianity and Pop Culture

9.8.3. SMC327H1: Ritual and Worship

9.8.4. SMC364H1: The Christian Book

9.8.5. SMC365H1: Christianity, Art, and Architecture

9.8.6. SMC367H1: Christianity, Literature, and Theatre

9.8.7. SMC369H1: Christianity and Music

9.8.8. SMC382H1: Literature and the Christian Child

9.8.9. SMC384H1: Music and Liturgy

9.8.10. SMC215H1: Varieties of Christian Community

9.8.11. SMC303H1: Global Christianities

9.8.12. SMC322H1: Women and Christianity

9.8.13. SMC330H1: Christ in Christian Tradition

9.8.14. SMC362H1: Dev, Justice, Dignity & SMC453H1: Internship

9.8.15. SMC368H1: Varieties of Christian Experience

9.8.16. SMC372H1: The Catholic Church in Canada

9.8.17. SMC456H1: Indian Christianity

9.8.18. SMC304H1: Christianity, Law, and Society

9.8.19. SMC306H1: The Catechism of the Catholic Church

9.8.20. SMC307H1: Scripture in Christian Tradition

9.8.21. SMC308H1: Marriage and the Family in the Catholic Tradition

9.8.22. SMC309H1: Christianity and Politics

9.8.23. SMC311H1: Why the Church

9.8.24. SMC321H1: The Catholic Church and Canadian Law

9.8.25. SMC379H1: Major Christian Thinkers

9.8.26. SMC232H1: Models of Relating Christianity and Science

9.8.27. SMC383H1: God and Geometry

9.8.28. SMC371H1: Faith and Physics

9.8.29. SMC370H1: The Bible and Biology

9.8.30. SMC472H1: Research Seminar in Christianity and Culture (Topics change from year to year)

9.8.31. SMC391H1, SMC390Y1: Independent Studies

9.8.32. SMC434H1, SMC433Y1: Independent Studies

10. NOTE: Minor Program in Christianity and Edu - Descr. not consistent on U of T FAS website

10.1. Out of date info???- SMC 103Y1 not in calendar. Students who are interested in taking a program in Christianity and Culture, you should take one of the two core courses: SMC 103Y1 - Catholicism or SMC 203Y1 Christianity and Society through the Ages which is offered at the second-year level and is open to first-year students.

10.1.1. Catholicism Description: An introduction to Christianity as it has been lived, celebrated, and reflected on in the Roman Catholic Church. Special emphasis will be placed on the transformation of Catholic traditions through history, as well as the creative engagement of the Second Vatican Council (1962-65) and recent Catholic thinkers with critical issues in modern and contemporary culture. Course code: SMC103Y1

10.2. Christianity and Culture — futurestudents

10.3. An exploration of Christian traditions which may include artistic, literary, philosophical, theological, scientific, social or historical perspectives.

10.4. This program offers students the opportunity to consider the theory, practice and history of Christian pedagogy.

10.5. St. Michael's College | Faculty of Arts & Science Calendar

11. Christianity and Culture - All courses

11.1. All Christianity and Culture courses on the (FAS site) - topics change year to year.

11.1.1. 200

11.1.1.1. SMC200H1 - Christianity and the Arts

11.1.1.2. SMC203Y1 - Christianity and Society Through the Ages

11.1.1.3. SMC215H1 - Varieties of Christian Community

11.1.1.4. SMC218H1 - Christianity and Education

11.1.1.5. SMC232H1 - Models of Relating Christianity and Science

11.1.2. 300

11.1.2.1. SMC303H1 - Global Christianities

11.1.2.2. SMC304H1 - Christianity, Law and Society

11.1.2.3. SMC305H1 - Christianity and Popular Culture

11.1.2.4. SMC306H1 - The Catechism of the Catholic Church

11.1.2.5. SMC307H1 - Scripture in Christian Tradition

11.1.2.6. SMC308H1 - Marriage and the Family in the Catholic Tradition

11.1.2.7. SMC309H1 - Christianity and Politics

11.1.2.8. SMC311H1 - Why the Church

11.1.2.9. SMC312H1 - Catholicism and Education

11.1.2.10. SMC313H1 - Catholic Education in Ontario

11.1.2.11. SMC322H1 - Women and Christianity

11.1.2.12. SMC327H1 - Ritual and Worship

11.1.2.13. SMC330H1 - Christ in Christian Tradition

11.1.2.14. SMC362H1 - International Development, Justice, and Human Dignity

11.1.2.15. SMC364H1 - The Christian Book

11.1.2.16. SMC365H1 - Christianity, Art, and Architecture

11.1.2.17. SMC367H1 - Christianity, Literature, and Theatre

11.1.2.18. SMC368H1 - Varieties of Christian Experience

11.1.2.19. SMC369H1 - Christianity and Music

11.1.2.20. SMC370H1 - The Bible and Biology

11.1.2.21. SMC371H1 - Faith and Physics

11.1.2.22. SMC372H1 - The Catholic Church in Canada

11.1.2.23. SMC379H1 - Major Christian Thinkers

11.1.2.24. SMC382H1 - Literature and the Christian Child

11.1.2.25. SMC383H1 - God and Geometry

11.1.2.26. SMC384H1 - Music and Liturgy

11.1.2.27. SMC390Y1 - Independent Studies in Christianity and Culture

11.1.2.28. SMC391H1 - Independent Studies in Christianity and Culture

11.1.3. 400

11.1.4. SMC433Y1 - Independent Studies in Christianity and Culture

11.1.5. SMC434H1 - Independent Studies in Christianity and Culture

11.1.6. SMC456H1 - Indian Christianity

11.1.7. SMC472H1 - Research Seminar in Christianity and Culture

12. C+C additional information

12.1. CHRISTIANITY AND CULTURE

12.2. Christianity and Culture: A multidisciplinary exploration of Christian traditions from artistic, literary, philosophical, theological, scientific, social and historical perspectives.

12.3. Christianity and Culture examines Christianity from a variety of perspectives, including its self-understanding, its history, and its interaction with various facets of western and world culture. The program also explores how Christian experience continues to develop in its encounter with contemporary culture and issues. Individual courses focus on art, literature, science, music, philosophy, theology, ritual, law, and social and institutional history.

12.4. Admission Information

12.5. Apply to the Humanities admission category on the St. George campus

12.6. Six Grade 12 U or M courses, including English are required

12.7. Students outside of Ontario should have the equivalent senior high school credits

12.8. Honours Bachelor of Arts Programs

12.9. Christianity and Culture (major and minor options)

12.10. Christianity and Education (minor)

12.11. First-Year Courses

12.12. SMC 103Y1 - Catholicism - outdated info? File is not found on U of T FAS

12.13. Advice for First Year

12.14. Students who are interested in taking a program in Christianity and Culture, you should take one of the two core courses: SMC 103Y1 - Catholicism or SMC 203Y1 Christianity and Society through the Ages which is offered at the second-year level and is open to first-year students.

12.15. Careers

12.16. Students in the humanities will improve their interpretive skills by exploring the central symbols, intellectual expressions and cultural achievements of the Christian tradition. Students in sciences and social sciences can balance their specialization with a humanistic component, which encourages them to re-examine the Christian tradition from a critical yet faith-centered perspective.

12.17. For students anticipating teaching careers in Ontario Catholic schools, certain courses have been judged by the Ontario English Catholic Teachers’ Association (OECTA) as providing equivalent standing in ministry courses required for permanent teachers’ contracts.

13. C+C Courses by Breadth Requirement

13.1. Creative and Cultural Representations (1)

13.1.1. SMC200H1 - Christianity and the Arts

13.1.2. SMC305H1 - Christianity and Popular Culture

13.1.3. SMC365H1 - Christianity, Art, and Architecture

13.1.4. SMC367H1 - Christianity, Literature, and Theatre

13.1.5. SMC369H1 - Christianity and Music

13.2. Thought, Belief and Behaviour (2)

13.2.1. SMC203Y1 - Christianity and Society Through the Ages

13.2.2. SMC218H1 - Christianity and Education

13.2.3. SMC232H1 - Models of Relating Christianity and Science

13.2.4. SMC322H1 - Women and Christianity

13.2.5. SMC330H1 - Christ in Christian Tradition

13.2.6. SMC456H1 - Indian Christianity

13.2.7. SMC472H1 - Research Seminar in Christianity and Culture

13.3. Society and its Institutions (3)

13.3.1. SMC203Y1 - Christianity and Society Through the Ages (also appears in category 2)

13.3.2. SMC215H1 - Varieties of Christian Community

13.3.3. SMC303H1 - Global Christianities

13.3.4. SMC304H1 - Christianity, Law and Society

13.3.5. SMC309H1 - Christianity and Politics

14. CC sorted by course - alpha

14.1. 9.8.1+A2200H1: Christianity and the Arts

14.2. SMC215H1: Varieties of Christian Community

14.3. SMC232H1: Models of Relating Christianity and Science

14.4. SMC303H1: Global Christianities

14.5. SMC304H1: Christianity, Law, and Society

14.6. SMC305H1: Christianity and Pop Culture

14.7. SMC306H1: The Catechism of the Catholic Church

14.8. SMC307H1: Scripture in Christian Tradition

14.9. SMC308H1: Marriage and the Family in the Catholic Tradition

14.10. SMC309H1: Christianity and Politics

14.11. SMC311H1: Why the Church

14.12. SMC321H1: The Catholic Church and Canadian Law

14.13. SMC322H1: Women and Christianity

14.14. SMC327H1: Ritual and Worship

14.15. SMC330H1: Christ in Christian Tradition

14.16. SMC362H1: Dev, Justice, Dignity & SMC453H1: Internship

14.17. SMC364H1: The Christian Book

14.18. SMC365H1: Christianity, Art, and Architecture

14.19. SMC367H1: Christianity, Literature, and Theatre

14.20. SMC368H1: Varieties of Christian Experience

14.21. SMC369H1: Christianity and Music

14.22. SMC370H1: The Bible and Biology

14.23. SMC371H1: Faith and Physics

14.24. SMC372H1: The Catholic Church in Canada

14.25. SMC379H1: Major Christian Thinkers

14.26. SMC382H1: Literature and the Christian Child

14.27. SMC383H1: God and Geometry

14.28. SMC384H1: Music and Liturgy

14.29. SMC391H1, SMC390Y1: Independent Studies

14.30. SMC434H1, SMC433Y1: Independent Studies

14.31. SMC456H1: Indian Christianity

14.32. SMC472H1: Research Seminar in Christianity and Culture (Topics change from year to year)

15. Book and Media Studies

15.1. An interdisciplinary and historical investigation of the role of printing, books and reading in cultures past and present. Topics explored include: manuscript and book production, internet publishing, book illustrations, censorship, advertising, readership and electronic media.

15.2. Book and Media Studies Major: ASMAJ1300

15.3. Book and Media Studies Minor: ASMIN1300

16. Mediaeval Studies

16.1. An interdisciplinary treatment of the history, art, literature and thought of the Middle Ages.

16.2. Mediaeval Studies Specialist: ASSPE1231

16.3. Mediaeval Studies Major: ASMAJ1231

16.4. Mediaeval Studies Minor: ASMIN1231