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This course will examine the ways in which visual images can function as a form of social, political or religious Age of Rembrandt To be determined.
A detailed study of paintings produced in the Netherlands, ca. Developments in style and the growth of A non-mathematical introduction to the science of astronomy for non-specialist students.
Topics to be covered include This course, intended for non-specialist students, will provide an overview of astronomy beyond the Solar System Molecular Biology Fall BCHM , Molecular Biology, is a foundational course to the study of molecular biology, focusing on the structural and Molecular Biology Winter Molecular Biology Summer May - July.
This course will introduce general biochemical concepts that will allow for an understanding of the biological and Genetics and Genomics Fall An introduction to the field of applied genomics for identifying genes underlying multi-factorial traits, diseases, and Genetics and Genomics Winter Proteomics and Metabolomics Winter Introductory Biology of Cells Winter An introduction to the basic themes and concepts of modern biology spanning organizational levels from molecules to Introductory Biology of Organisms Fall An introduction to the basic themes and concepts of modern biology spanning organizational levels from organisms to Introductory Biology of Organisms To be determined.
Human Genetics and Evolution Fall Introductory genetics and evolutionary processes as they relate to the human condition - genetic diseases, medical Ecology and the Environment To be determined.
Introduces the basic concepts of ecology and shows how they relate to environmental issues such as population growth, Animal Behaviour To be determined.
An evolutionary approach to the study of animal behaviour. This course explores processes and patterns in behaviour, Cell Biology Fall An introduction to the cellular basis of biological variation.
The course explores the control of cell function exerted Animal Physiology Fall This course, typically offered on campus, will be offered online to distance students on a one-time basis this Fall Evolution and Human Affairs To be determined.
An exploration of how evolutionary thinking can affect our understanding of our lives, our species, and our ability to Thinking Locally Fall This course, typically offered on campus at the Bader International Study Centre, will be offered online to distance Acting Globally Winter Evolutionary Biology of Cancer Fall Evolutionary Biology of Cancer Winter General Chemistry Fall-Winter A quantitative treatment of chemical phenomena and materials.
Critical thinking and problem solving are emphasized Critical thinking and Main Group Chemistry Fall Principles of Chemical Reactivity Fall Introduction to Chemical Analysis Fall An introduction to the basic principles of organic chemistry with emphasis on bonding, stereochemistry, reaction Mechanistic Organic Chemistry Fall Transition Metal Chemistry Fall Quantum Mechanics Fall Advanced Analytical Chemistry Fall Computational Chemistry Fall Catalysis Fall Elements of Computing Science Fall Introduction to algorithms: their definition, design, coding, and execution on computers.
Intended for students who Discrete Mathematics for Computing I Fall Introduction to mathematical discourse and proof methods. Sets, functions, sequences, and relations.
Properties of the Introduction to Computing Science I Fall Introduction to design, analysis, and implementation of algorithms.
Recursion, backtracking, and exits. Introduction to object-oriented design, architecture, and programming. Use of packages, class libraries, and interfaces Ancient Humour Fall This course explores the techniques by which humour was created in literature and the visual arts in antiquity.
It also Ancient Humour Summer May - July. A multidisciplinary approach to the study of the mind combining approaches from philosophy, psychology, linguistics, Cardiovascular Sciences Fall Cardiovascular Sciences Winter Creative Writing I Fall A practical examination of creative writing skills, focused on the writing workshop.
The student may concentrate on Canada and the "Third World" Fall-Winter This course offers a comprehensive introduction to the field of development studies, the history of global inequality, Introduction to Indigenous Studies Fall Students will develop a Topics in Indigenous Human Ecology Winter Applies global political economy perspectives to key aspects of development finance.
Topics include; the introduction Culture and Development Winter Provides students with a broad overview of debates relating to development and culture, including issues of religion, Globalization, Gender and Development Fall Global Engagement Fall This course explores current thinking around the motivations for, and ethical implications of, working with communities Project Planning and Policy Advocacy Fall This course connects theory with practice through in-depth, skills-based modules on project design, results-based Globally Engaged Experiential Learning To be determined.
The De Colonial Struggle Fall Introduction to Drama Fall-Winter Theatricality and Mass Media Winter An exploration of theatricality and theatrical communication via an examination of how some major trends in theatre Introduction to Theatre for Young Audiences Winter An introduction to the history and theory of theatre conceived for audiences of young people.
Students will read a Introduction to Playwriting Fall A hands-on introduction to the craft and techniques of playwriting. Please note: This course is typically offered in the First Nations Playwrights To be determined.
A survey of the work of First Nations playwrights, exploring the stories, concerns and aesthetics of these contemporary Introductory Microeconomics Winter An introduction to microeconomic analysis of a modern mixed economy.
The course analyzes the behaviour of individual Introductory Microeconomics Summer May - July. Introductory Macroeconomics Fall An introduction to macroeconomic analysis of the economy as a whole, including the determination of national income, Microeconomic Theory I To be determined.
Macroeconomic Policy To be determined. Current topics in macroeconomic policy which may include: unemployment and policies to reduce it, government budget Work and Employment Relations in Canada Winter This is an introductory course which focuses on the key factors which shape work and employment relations in Canada Employment Relations and Labour Law Fall This introductory course will provide students a foundation to understand employment law in Canada.
The course will Conflict Management Fall This course provides an overview of conflict in the workplace, with a focus on developing the skills necessary to This course provides an overview of the key components of an effective organizational human resource management system Workplace Policies and Governance To be determined.
The accelerating pace of market, economic, and technological change present many challenges to the contemporary Introduction to Organizational Behaviour Winter This in an introductory survey course of theory and research on individual and group processes including personality, Introduction to Literary Study Fall-Winter An introduction to literary study, with an emphasis on the formal analysis of a diverse range of poetry and prose History of Literature in English Fall-Winter An historical survey of literature from the British Isles and beyond.
Through the study of representative works, the Canadian Literature To be determined. A survey of Canadian literature in English from its beginnings to the contemporary period.
Readings will include poetry Selected Women Writers Post Fall A survey of English, American and Canadian women writers of the twentieth and twenty first centuries.
Please note: This Children's Literature To be determined. A critical study of literature written for children or appropriated by adults for the nursery.
The emphasis will be on Global Shakespeare Fall This course investigates the enduring popularity of the legend of Arthur, with an emphasis on its adaptability to the Design Thinking Fall Design Thinking aims to help students learn design thinking techniques and apply them to real-life case studies.
Design Thinking Winter Foundations of Entrepreneurship Fall This course will cover frameworks used to evaluate how disruptive and incremental innovations bring about changes in Publicity and Media Relations Fall This course develops an understanding of the basic principles, processes and applications of public relations and Envisioning Disruptive Technologies To be determined.
Learners will be introduced to the concept of disruptive technologies and, through the analysis of a number of case Explorations in Creativity Fall Students will examine four aspects of creativity — the creative person, process, product, and press — to increase the Explorations in Creativity Winter Creative Entrepreneurship Winter This course offers a primer on personal and organizational creativity, and is designed to support learners to develop Topics in Innovation and Entrepreneurship To be determined.
Examines current innovation and entrepreneurship trends, practices, styles, theories, texts, and discourses. Design Sprint To be determined.
Media and Cultural Studies Fall Introduction to cultural and social theory of film and other media as it relates to the tension between citizenship and Media and Popular Culture Fall This course on the dynamics between media and popular culture takes an interrogative approach.
It is organized around a Digital Media Theory and Practice To be determined. Survey of digital media theories and online mass communication practices, with emphasis on social and mobile World Cinemas Fall This course offers an overview of recent filmmaking practices from various continents.
Transnational cinemas explore Culture and Technology Fall Research and studies in relations of media, technology, and culture. Critical examination of cultural and communication Advertising and Consumer Culture Winter This course reviews advertising strategies across a range of different media to understand the construction and Communication et culture I Fall For students with no or no more than grade 9 or equivalent background in French.
Communication et culture I To be determined. Communication et culture II Fall For students with three years of high school French or equivalent.
Communication et culture II Winter Communication et culture III Winter This course is designed for students who have completed beginner level French.
In this course students will further French in the Professional Workplace Fall French for Healthcare Professionals To be determined.
Indigenous Arts and Cultures Winter This online course is intended for professionals working in contexts related to Indigenous arts and cultures artistic Students will explore Paris through the diverse, creative, and anecdotal perspectives offered by writers, filmmakers, Reading French To be determined.
An online course for students with little or no previous knowledge of French. Learners will identify the key elements Students will explore Paris through the different perspectives offered by writers, filmmakers, painters, photographers Women, Gender, Difference Fall This course explores women, gender, and difference from feminist and anti-racist perspectives.
It identifies the ways Women, Gender, Difference Winter Gender, Race, and Popular Culture Fall Explores popular culture from feminist and anti-racist perspectives, with attention to sexuality, gender, race and Introduction to Sexual and Gender Diversity Fall This course is an introduction to studies in sexuality and gender diversity.
It will survey the field and include Human Geography Fall The fundamentals of human geography including the meanings of place, the impacts of globalization, multiculturalism, Human Geography Winter The city from a geographical and planning perspective.
Topics include origins of urbanism; mega; migrant, and global This course, typically offered on campus, will be offered online to distance students on a one-time basis this Winter The Making of Modern Europe Winter War and Revolution in the Modern World Winter Canada in the World To be determined.
An introduction to major themes and events in the history of Canada placed in a North American and world context The Evolution of Modern Europe To be determined.
The focus is on the revolutions which India and the World Fall This course examines the history of India as a series of contacts with the rest of the world.
Topics include Roman Global Indigenous Histories Winter A survey of various historical case studies that will explore the causes, conflicts, and consequences that have The Cold War Fall This course will explore the origins of the struggle between the postwar superpowers, the United States and the Soviet Food in Global History Winter This online course will attempt to study aspects of global history using food as a central theme.
We begin from the Religion in Canadian Francophone Communities To be determined. Canada from the Conquest to the Present To be determined.
An introduction to some of the major themes in the social, cultural, economic and political history of Canada. This course will introduce students to armed forces in modern history, and how they relate to the societies they Contemporary China To be determined.
Gender in North American History To be determined. A survey of the history of gender in North America. Examines topics such as patriarchy and the unequal status of women Gender in North American History, to Fall Gender in North American History, to Winter A survey of gender inequalities as a consequence of industrialization.
Examines topics on the impact on gender on Gender in North American History, to To be determined. China Since Winter Social Determinants of Health Fall This course introduces students to basic concepts in public, population and global health, and introduces social Social Determinants of Health Winter Physical Fitness and Wellness Fall An overview of principles of physical fitness and wellness with an emphasis on the planning of a personalized physical Physical Fitness and Wellness Winter Basic Human Nutrition Fall A study of macronutrients, selected micronutrients, energy needs for human performance, relationship of nutrient HLTH is designed to provide upper-year students with a solid understanding of disability and disability-related Interprofessional Approaches in Healthcare Fall This course aims to prepare learners with the knowledge and capabilities for working within complex interprofessional Interprofessional Approaches in Healthcare Winter Advanced Interprofessional Approaches in Healthcare Winter This course, the second of two, presents philosophies and methodologies crucial for safe and excellent teamwork in Origins and Practices of Liberal Arts Fall The Liberal Arts comprise three foundational disciplines: humanities, social sciences, and natural sciences.
A summative capstone course for the minor in Liberal Studies that will bring the humanities, social sciences, and Introduction to Cultures Winter This course offers an overview of the theoretical framework behind the study of intercultural communication and Rio de Janeiro: the Marvelous City To be determined.
This course goes beyond the typical representations of Rio de Janeiro to provide an understanding of the complex social This course explores the emergence, development, and criticism of the Latin Lover figure in the West, from the creation Differential and Integral Calculus Fall-Winter Differentiation and integration with applications to biology, physics, chemistry, economics, and social sciences; Ordinary Differential Equations To be determined.
An introduction to solving ordinary differential equations. Topics include first order differential equations, linear Infection, Immunity and Inflammation Fall Infection, Immunity and Inflammation Winter Introduction to Microbiology Fall In addition to pathogens causing significant Introduction to Microbiology Winter Microbes in Health and Disease Winter This course will focus on the roles of microbes in health human microbiome and disease pathogens.
The molecular Fundamentals of Immunology Fall Integrates the key principles of immunology to facilitate learning of immunology as it relates to human health and Fundamentals of Immunology Winter Music Fundamentals Fall An introduction to musical notation, ear training, theory and analysis.
Please note: This course is typically offered in A survey of important trends in 20th century Western popular music.
Topics include genres, individual artists and Social History of Popular Music To be determined. World Musics Winter An introduction to the study of music in culture, based on world music traditions.
The course focuses on a selection of Sex and Violence in Performance Fall This course is structured around a series of case studies of particular moments in the history of the representation of Neurobiology of Learning and Memory Fall A comprehensive exploration of the brain systems that support how we learn and remember, and how these systems can Neurobiology of Learning and Memory Winter Introduction to Pathology and Molecular Medicine Fall An introduction to pathology and molecular medicine.
The course will be organized around a specific set of diseases, Introductory Pharmacology Fall Introductory Pharmacology Winter Introductory Pharmacology Summer May - July.
Fundamentals of Pharmacology and Therapeutics Fall This course introduces the basic principles and clinical applications of pharmacology.
Topics covered include the Fundamentals of Pharmacology and Therapeutics Winter Drug and Environmental Toxicology Fall This course will explore the human toxicology associated with both pharmaceutical and environmental exposures.
Drug and Environmental Toxicology Winter Drug Discovery and Development Fall This survey course covers the life-cycle of a pharmaceutical product including, drug discovery, development, and its Drug Discovery and Development Winter Human Cell Physiology Fall This is an introductory level course on the structure and function of human cells for students interested in pursuing Human Cell Physiology Winter Principles of Mammalian Physiology I Fall The focus of this course is on the central and peripheral nervous systems, muscle physiology, the heart, and the Principles of Mammalian Physiology I Winter The focus of this course is the physiology of the respiratory, renal, gastrointestinal, endocrine, and reproductive What is Philosophy?
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