Program Information

The Carleton University Undergraduate Calendar specifies the requirements for the three undergraduate programs AND Post-Baccalaureate Diploma in Women’s and Gender Studies.

Admission Requirements

All new applicants to Carleton apply through the Ontario Universities’ Application Centre. All full-time students currently enrolled at an Ontario Secondary School can apply on-line at www.ouac.on.ca.

For admission to the Bachelor of Arts in Women’s and Gender Studies program, you must have the Ontario Secondary School Diploma (OSSD) or equivalent including a minimum of six Grade 12U or M (U/C) courses. Your six 12U or M (U/C) courses must include Grade 12 English (or anglais).

Ontario residents not currently in high school (e.g. previously graduated, attending a college or another Ontario university, mature applicants, etc.) must also apply through the OUAC. Applications may be made directly on-line at www.ouac.on.ca

Students already admitted to a Carleton degree program may apply for the Bachelor of Arts programs in Women’s Studies on a Change of Program Element form available through the Carleton Central website.

For Admission Requirements to Undergraduate Degree Programs, please refer to Carleton’s Undergraduate Admissions website.

Registration Procedures

Undergraduate Students and Special Students:
Registrarial Services
300 Tory Building
tel: 613 520-3500
fax: 613 520-4410
email: registrar@carleton.ca

FYSM courses

Please see link here:  http://www.carleton.ca/first-year-seminars/

Information for Current Students

2018-2019 Women’s and Gender Studies Courses

Click here to see courses offered for the 2018-19 Academic Year

2018 Summer: Women’s and Gender Studies Courses

Click here to see courses offered for the Summer 2018 term

2017/2018  Women’s and Gender Studies Courses

Click here to see courses offered for the 2017/18 Academic Year

2017 Summer:  Women’s and Gender Studies Courses

Click here to see courses offered for the Summer 2017 term

2016/2017 Women’s and Gender Studies Courses

Click here to see courses offered for the 2016/2017 Academic Year

CU Know How

CU Know How is a resource guide for undergraduate and special students on the most common campus-wide policies and procedures, and addresses questions about program and course registration and other academic issues.

Scholarships

There are three scholarships that are dedicated to students in Women’s and Gender Studies. Carleton also offers a number of scholarships to students in numerous disciplines.  To explore scholarship options, please refer to the Scholarships for Current Students page.