Courses offered by the IDS program
Any student can take IDS courses as electives.
IDS course schedule 2017-2018
|Course number||Course name||Term||Day and time||Instructor|
|IDS2003||IDS: Concepts and Perspectives||F||TTh 10-11:20||C Bassett|
|IDS3003||IDS: Policies and Practices||W||TTh 10-11:20||T Glynn|
|IDS4103||Advanced Topics in IDS||W||TTh 10-11:20||T Workman|
|IDS4203||Development Project Design||Online||K Mitra|
|IDS4900||Honours Thesis||F/W||C Bassett|
Students taking a Minor in IDS or who entered the Faculty of Arts at UNB Fredericton prior to September 2016 and wishing to take a Double-Major or Joint Honours in IDS can use the Tier 2 and Tier 3 credits interchangeably to meet electives requirements. Students entering the Faculty of Arts at UNB Fredericton in September 2016 or later and wishing to Double-Major or Joint-Honours in IDS will be required to take a minimum number of Tier 2 credits and will only be able to use a limited number of Tier 3 electives towards their program. Please consult the IDS program for details.
Tier 2 IDS electives are the main IDS-supporting courses offered by the departments that contribute to the IDS program. They are offered on a rotational basis.
Tier 2 courses
IDS 4003: IDS Practicum
This course integrates learning with a community based service project or an overseas international development initiative. The aim is to enrich students' education by providing a unique opportunity for aquiring first-hand skills and experiences.
Tier 3 Electives are additional IDS-supporting courses offered by the departments that contribute to the IDS program.
For up to date information about Tier 3 course offerings see our IDS Facebook page.