Certificate in Scottish Studies


Delivered through distance education, the six-course Certificate in Scottish Studies is focused around the landscape, literature, and history of Scotland and the legacy of Scottish migration on Canada’s development.

By bringing together a number of Scottish and Scottish-related courses, the Certificate offers a distinctive interdisciplinary program of study. The Certificate in Scottish Studies comprises courses that are offered to both undergraduate students and open learners. To earn the Certificate, students will be required to successfully complete six of the seven courses (3.0 credits) as follows:

Required Courses:
NRS*2050DE The Landscape of Scotland
ENGL*3360DE Scottish Literary Cultures (under development)
HIST*2000DE The British Isles 1066-1603
HIST*3030DE Celtic Britain and Ireland to 1066
HIST*3530DE Celtic Britain and Ireland from 1603

One from:
HIST*3140DE Witch-hunts and Popular Culture
HIST*4050DE Topics in Scottish History

Students who wish to enrol in the Certificate in Scottish Studies should contact the Open Learning program Counsellor:

Tel: 519-824-4120, ext. 56050
Email: msmart@open.uoguelph.ca

Core Courses: