The curriculum in Canadian Studies requires 18 credits or 6 courses. These must
include CAN 101 - Introduction to Canadian Studies, two additional Canadian core
courses, and three Canadian related courses. Courses taken at a Canadian university
through the Canada Year Program can be included in the curriculum.
The Canadian Year Program is administered by the Canadian American Center. It
offers students the opportunity to study for one or two semesters at English-speaking
Canadian universities. It also provides the opportunity to participate in Canadian
French immersion program.
Participating universities are: University of British Columbia, Simon Fraser
University, Carleton University, Concordia University, McGill University, Bishop’s
University, University of New Brunswick, Saint Mary’s University, Université Laval
and Université du Québec à Chicoutimi. The Canada Year Program is a University
of Maine Study Abroad program.
For complete information about Canadian Studies, visit the Canadian-American
Center, 154 College Avenue, phone (207) 581-4220 or at www.umaine.edu/canam or contact Prof. Stephen Hornsby