Current Courses

HISTORY OF EASTERN CHRISTIANITY- RLGN 1350 , (6 cr. hr.) – This course examines the general history of Eastern Christianity. It studies the doctrines, organization and spirituality of the various churches.
Term 1&2 – both terms (September - April) Time: Mon/Wed/Fri 9:30-10:20am
Location: St. Andrew’s College, Classroom D
Instructor: Dr. R. Yereniuk

UKRAINIAN ARTS IN CANADA
- UCHS 3100 , (3 cr. hr.) - A study of varied aspects of artistic performance and production among Ukrainians in Canada, past and present: music, theatre, dance, cinema, fine arts, broadcasting, visual arts and architecture.
Term 2: (January - April) Time: Thurs 2:30-5:15pm
Location: St. Andrew’s College, Classroom D
Instructor: Dr. R. Klymasz

INTRODUCTORY UKRAINIAN - UKRN 1310 (6 cr. hr.) – Basic grammar, conversation, composition and reading. Emphasis placed on communication skills. Cultural content is introduced through a range of audio-visual materials. (Shared with German and Slavic Studies.)                                                                                                                 
Term 1&2 - both terms: (September – April)  Time: MWF, 10:30-11:20AM
Location:  302 Тіеr Building 
Instructor: I. Konstantiuk

INTRODUCTION TO UKRAINE - HIST 2600 , (3 cr. hr.) - A history of Ukraine and its people beginning with Kyivan Rus’ and ending in the 18th century.
Term 1: (September - December) Time: Mon 6:00-9:00pm
Location: St. Andrew’s College, Classroom D
Instructor: O. Shevchenko

MAKING OF MODERN UKRAINE - HIST 2610 , (3 cr. hr.) – The history of cultural, religious, economic and political forces in the period 1800 to the present.
Term 2: (January - April) Time: Mon 7:00-9:30pm
Location: St. Andrew’s College, Classroom D
Instructor: Dr. D. Daycock

UKRAINIANS IN CANADA - HIST 3910 , (3 cr. hr.) – A history of the Ukrainian communities in Canada. Themes to be explored will include immigration, social and political organizations, cultural and artistic identities, Ukrainian contributions to Canada and relations with Ukraine.
Term 2: (January - April) Time: Mon/Wed/Fri 2:30-5:20pm
Location: Oseredok, Ukrainian Educational & Cultural Centre, 184 Alexander Avenue E.
Instructor: O. Shevchenko

THE ECONOMY OF UKRAINE, ECON 2510 , (3 cr. hr.) – A study of the Ukrainian Economy in Eastern Europe: socioeconomic history, state and structure of the Ukrainian economy within the former Soviet Union, prospects and problems of economic restructuring.                                                                                                                                                                               
Term 1: (September – December) Time: Mon & Wed 3:30-4:45PM
Location: 213 Tier Building 
Instructor: Dr. G. Chuchman

ЕARLY BYZANTINE ART & ARCHITECTURE, FAAH 3290 , (3 cr. hr.) – A study of the origin and evolution of early Byzantine Art & Architecture.
Term 1: (September – December) Time: Thursday 2:30-5:20PM                                                                             
Location: 207 Fitzgerald 
Instructor: Dr. J. Bugslag

UKRAINIAN CANADIAN FOLKLOREUKRN 2430, (3 cr. hr.) - A survey of folk songs, stories, legends, beliefs, customs, traditions, and namelore of Ukrainian Canadians in relationship to folklore in Ukraine.
Term 2: (January - April) Time: Tuesday 5:00-8:00 PM
Location: St. Andrew’s College, Classroom D          
Instructor: Dr. Kukharenko