Athabasca University

Examples of courses offered at Athabasca University that satisfy our prerequisites are listed below. This list was composed in November 2009 and updated August 2018. Please check with the Athabasca University for prerequisites, restrictions, program requirements, and recent changes to course listings.

Please note that unless two courses are to be taken in sequence, students are not required to take all of the courses named on this list. Students should take AT LEAST one of the courses listed under each of the prerequisite categories (for a total of 8 prerequisite courses).

*NOTE* Prerequisite courses that were previously listed can still be used for credit as long as students were registered in the course prior to March 2018.

MATH 315 - Methods in Applied Statistics
MGSC 312 - Statistics for Business and Economics II
SOCI 301 - Social Statistics

Child Development or Developmental Psychology
PSYC 228 - Introduction to Human Development
PSYC 323 - Developmental Psychology

Cognitive Psychology
PSYC 355 - Cognitive Psychology

Neuroanatomy or Neuropsychology
PSYC 402 - Biological Psychology

Introductory Linguistics
ANTH 354 - Language and Culture

WARNING: If a student wishes to continue linguistics courses at the University of Alberta in Edmonton, they must be aware that the Linguistics Department in Edmonton does not accept this as an equivalent to their introductory course - Ling 101. Thus the student may be required to take Ling 101, despite having completed this course from Athabasca.

Articulatory Phonetics
As of this date (November 2009), Athabasca University lists no course specifically related to this topic.

Child Language Development, Child Language Acquisition or First Language Acquisition
As of this date (November 2009), Athabasca University lists no course specifically related to this topic.


Upon admittance to the program, all students must complete an Indigenous History in Canada Course
(* if you choose not to take the Indigenous Canada MOOC certificate course online and have taken a course prior to admission)

HIST/INST 369 - Indigenous Studies