The Minor in Asian Canadian and Asian Migration Studies (ACAM) is a multidisciplinary program that explores the history, culture, and contemporary development of Asian communities in Canada, and global Asian migrations.
Students are required to fulfill 18 credits of 300- and 400-level courses, and are encouraged to integrate community-based research into their academic programs. Students enrolled in this minor choose from approved courses in Asian Studies, English, Fine Arts, First Nations Studies, Geography, History, Sociology and other departments. Students in the Minor must have their course selection approved by the ACAM Program Director.
The minor can be declared on the Student Service Centre (SSC) when you have second-year standing. If you are registered in the minor, you must have your course selection approved by the ACAM Program Director.
Questions regarding the minor in Asian Canadian and Asian Migration Studies should be directed to Arts Academic Advising.