Academic Calendar - 2022

Western University Academic Calendar. - 2022

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0001-0999* Pre-University level introductory courses
1000-1999 Year 1 courses
2000-4999 Senior-level undergraduate courses
5000-5999 Professional Degree courses in Dentistry, Education, Law, Medicine and Theology (MTS, MDiv)
6000-6999 Courses offered by Continuing Studies
9000-9999 Graduate Studies courses

* These courses are equivalent to pre-university introductory courses and may be counted for credit in the student's record, unless these courses were taken in a preliminary year. They may not be counted toward essay or breadth requirements, or used to meet modular admission requirements unless it is explicitly stated in the Senate-approved outline of the module.


Suffixes

no suffix 1.0 course not designated as an essay course
A 0.5 course offered in first term
B 0.5 course offered in second term
A/B 0.5 course offered in first and/or second term
E 1.0 essay course
F 0.5 essay course offered in first term
G 0.5 essay course offered in second term
F/G 0.5 essay course offered in first and/or second term
H 1.0 accelerated course (8 weeks)
J 1.0 accelerated course (6 weeks)
K 0.75 course
L 0.5 graduate course offered in summer term (May - August)
Q/R/S/T 0.25 course offered within a regular session
U 0.25 course offered in other than a regular session
W/X 1.0 accelerated course (full course offered in one term)
Y 0.5 course offered in other than a regular session
Z 0.5 essay course offered in other than a regular session

Glossary


Prerequisite

A course that must be successfully completed prior to registration for credit in the desired course.


Corequisite

A course that must be taken concurrently with (or prior to registration in) the desired course.


Antirequisite

Courses that overlap sufficiently in course content that both cannot be taken for credit.


Essay Courses

Many courses at Western have a significant writing component. To recognize student achievement, a number of such courses have been designated as essay courses and will be identified on the student's record (E essay full course; F/G/Z essay half-course).


Principal Courses

A first year course that is listed by a department offering a module as a requirement for admission to the module. For admission to an Honours Specialization module or Double Major modules in an Honours Bachelor degree, at least 3.0 courses will be considered principal courses.



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0000, 1000 level Courses


The nature and cause of financial security and insecurity; public, private and employer programs and products to reduce financial insecurity, including social security, individual insurance and annuities along with employee pensions and benefits.

Extra Information: 3 lecture hours.

Course Weight: 0.50
CATEGORY C
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This course introduces foundations of American Sign Language including linguistic perspectives, dialogue skill set, vocabulary, and syntax. Instruction may also include sociocultural contexts regarding the Deaf community, culture, and history. Note: Students with any ASL language background must see Instructor to determine eligibility for course.

Antirequisite(s): English 2095A taken in Fall 2019.

Extra Information: 3 hours.

Course Weight: 0.50
CATEGORY B
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This course introduces students to the interdisciplinary study of the history, culture, and politics of the United States. It stresses how the national idea of America has evolved, and how artists, labourers, immigrants, Indigenous peoples, and others, have grappled with the conflicting definition of what it means to be "American."

Extra Information: 2 lecture hours, 1 tutorial hour.

Course Weight: 1.00
CATEGORY A
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An introduction to anthropology (the study of human beings, past and present) co-taught by specialists in biological anthropology, archaeology, linguistic anthropology, and sociocultural anthropology. Students will explore anthropological approaches to and findings concerning: human evolution; variation and adaptation; diverse forms of social, political, and economic organization; culture; ritual; language; communication; identity; gender; health; social inequality; and globalization.


Extra Information: 2 lecture hours, 1 tutorial hour. Note: Students interested in earning essay course credit are encouraged to take Anthropology 1025F/G and Anthropology 1026F/G instead of Anthropology 1020.

Course Weight: 1.00
CATEGORY A
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An introductory course teaching basic concepts in the study of socio-cultural and linguistic practices worldwide. It underscores shared human experiences as well as our rich diversity. Topics include, changing socio-cultural and economic institutions, political and religious systems, and the role of language in the workings of power, indexicality and identity.

Antirequisite(s): Anthropology 1020 (formerly Anthropology 1020E), Anthropology 1025F/G.

Extra Information: 2 lecture hours, 1 tutorial hour.

Course Weight: 0.50
CATEGORY A
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An introduction to aspects of Biological Anthropology and Archaeology which help us to understand the place of humankind in nature. Topics to be covered include heredity, human evolution and variability, archaeological method, the development of culture, the domestication of plants and animals, and the rise of civilization and the state.

Antirequisite(s): Anthropology 1020 (formerly Anthropology 1020E), Anthropology 1026F/G.

Extra Information: 2 lecture hours, 1 tutorial hour.

Course Weight: 0.50
CATEGORY A
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An introductory course teaching basic concepts in the study of socio-cultural and linguistic practices worldwide. It underscores shared human experiences as well as our rich diversity. Topics include, changing socio-cultural and economic institutions, political and religious systems, and the role of language in the workings of power, indexicality and identity.

Antirequisite(s): Anthropology 1020 (formerly Anthropology 1020E), Anthropology 1021A/B.

Extra Information: 3 lecture hours.

Course Weight: 0.50
CATEGORY A

This course is also offered at:

Brescia

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An introductory course teaching basic concepts in the study of socio-cultural and linguistic practices worldwide. It underscores shared human experiences as well as our rich diversity. Topics include, changing socio-cultural and economic institutions, political and religious systems, and the role of language in the workings of power, indexicality and identity.

Antirequisite(s): Anthropology 1020 (formerly Anthropology 1020E), Anthropology 1021A/B.

Extra Information: 3 lecture hours.

Course Weight: 0.50
CATEGORY A

This course is also offered at:

Western Main Campus

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An introduction to aspects of biological anthropology and archaeology which help us to understand the place of humankind in nature. Topics to be covered include heredity, human evolution and variability, archaeological method, the development of culture, the domestication of plants and animals, and the rise of civilization and the state.

Antirequisite(s): Anthropology 1020 (formerly Anthropology 1020E), Anthropology 1022A/B.

Extra Information: 3 lecture hours.

Course Weight: 0.50
CATEGORY A

This course is also offered at:

Brescia

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An introduction to aspects of biological anthropology and archaeology which help us to understand the place of humankind in nature. Topics to be covered include heredity, human evolution and variability, archaeological method, the development of culture, the domestication of plants and animals, and the rise of civilization and the state.

Antirequisite(s): Anthropology 1020 (formerly Anthropology 1020E), Anthropology 1022A/B.

Extra Information: 3 lecture hours.

Course Weight: 0.50
CATEGORY A

This course is also offered at:

Western Main Campus

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Introduction to basic concepts and methods of modern linguistics. Topics include articulatory and acoustic phonetics, phonology, morphology, syntax and semantics. This course is a prerequisite for subsequent linguistics courses in the Department of Anthropology and/or the Linguistics program.

Antirequisite(s): Linguistics 2288A/B.

Extra Information: 2 lecture hours, 1 tutorial hour.

Course Weight: 0.50
CATEGORY A
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Applications of integration, integration using mathematical software packages. Scaling and allometry. Basic probability theory. Fundamentals of linear algebra: vectors, matrices, matrix algebra. Difference and differential equations. Each topic will be illustrated by examples and applications from the biological sciences, such as population growth, predator-prey dynamics, age-structured populations.

Prerequisite(s): One or more of Calculus 1000A/B, Calculus 1500A/B, Mathematics 1225A/B, Numerical and Mathematics Methods 1412A/B, or the former Applied Mathematics 1412A/B.

Extra Information: 2 lecture hours, 2 tutorial hour.

Course Weight: 0.50
CATEGORY C
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Behind the polished presentations of most mathematical results there often lie dramatically powerful experimental methods. Modern computational tools have vastly increased the effectiveness of this approach. This course provides tools and opportunities for experiment and the discovery of new mathematics. The best projects from this course will be published.

Corequisite(s): Calculus 1000A/B or Calculus 1500A/B or Numerical and Mathematical Methods 1412A/B or the former Applied Mathematics 1412A/B. The former Applied Mathematics 1413 can be used in place of Numerical and Mathematical Methods 1412A/B.

Extra Information: 2 lecture hours, 2 computer lab hours.

Course Weight: 0.50
CATEGORY C
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This course introduces beginners to basic Arabic. Students will learn the Arabic alphabet, articulation of standard sounds, spelling conventions, essential grammar, and the principal vocabulary in Modern Standard Arabic. By the end of this course, students will be able to read and write simple sentences and to discuss rudimentary subjects.

Antirequisite(s): Grade 12U Arabic. Arabic 1030, Arabic 1035, and Arabic 2050A/B

Extra Information: 3 hours.

Course Weight: 0.50
CATEGORY B
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For students with no previous knowledge of Arabic, this course introduces spoken and written Modern Standard Arabic with emphasis on the development of communicative skills. Prepares students for progression directly to Arabic 2250.

Antirequisite(s): Grade 12U Arabic and Arabic 1035.

Extra Information: 4 hours.

Course Weight: 1.00
CATEGORY B

This course is also offered at:

Huron

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For students with no previous knowledge of Arabic, this course introduces spoken and written Modern Standard Arabic with emphasis on the development of communicative skills. Prepares students for progression directly to Arabic 2250.

Antirequisite(s): Grade 12U Arabic and Arabic 1035.

Extra Information: 4 hours.

Course Weight: 1.00
CATEGORY B

This course is also offered at:

Western Main Campus

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For students with some background in Arabic (heritage speakers), this course develops communicative skills and the ability to use Modern Standard Arabic. Prepares students for progression into Arabic 2250. Students are enrolled on the basis of a placement test.

Antirequisite(s): Grade 12U Arabic and Arabic 1030.

Extra Information: 4 hours.

Course Weight: 1.00
CATEGORY B
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This course is for students who have basic but still novice ability in Arabic. Students will learn vocabulary and phrases enabling them to converse on standard topics. By the end of this course, students will have the ability to express basic ideas in simple sentences and comprehend plain audio/video texts.

Antirequisite(s):Grade 12U Arabic. Arabic 1030, Arabic 1035, and Arabic 2050A/B.

Extra Information: 3 hours.

Course Weight: 0.50
CATEGORY B
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An introduction to Quranic Arabic for beginners with no previous knowledge of the Arabic language. Learn the script of the Qur’an, acquire core vocabulary necessary to understand short Quranic chapters, and dive into basic grammar of classical Arabic.

Extra Information: 3 hours. Note: Those with any Arabic language background must see Instructor to determine eligibility for course.

Course Weight: 0.50
CATEGORY B
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An introductory survey examining key works of art within the intellectual and social contexts of their production. This course provides a working knowledge of the history of art and architecture from the earliest times to the present and supplies the critical tools necessary for studying art and visual culture.

Antirequisite(s): Art History 1641A/B, Art History 1642A/B, the former VAH 1040.

Extra Information: 2 lecture hours and 1 tutorial hour, or blended or online format.

Course Weight: 1.00
CATEGORY B
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An introductory visual and historical survey with a focus on Western art from the ancient eras through Renaissance periods. The course provides a study of painting, sculpture, and architecture through considerations of the cultural environments within which they were produced. Students will gain a working knowledge of terms, methodologies, and themes in art history.

Antirequisite(s): Art History 1640, the former VAH 1040.

Extra Information: 2 lecture hours and 1 tutorial hour, or blended/online format.

Course Weight: 0.50
CATEGORY B
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An introductory visual and historical survey with a focus on Western art from the Baroque period to Contemporary times. The course provides a study of painting, sculpture, architecture, and other forms of media through considerations of the cultural environments within which they were produced. Students will gain a working knowledge of terms, methodologies, and themes in art history.

Antirequisite(s): Art History 1640, the former VAH 1040.

Extra Information: 2 lecture hours and 1 tutorial hour, or blended/online format.

Course Weight: 0.50
CATEGORY B
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This introductory course serves as a starting point to study the foundations of art history. It is an exploration of the various relationships between art, science and technology. Topics may include the history of medical illustration and imaging, art’s engagement with scientific principles and issues, and the changing role of technology in art.

Antirequisite(s): the former VAH 1042A/B.

Extra Information: 2 lecture hours and 1 tutorial hour, or blended/online format.

Course Weight: 0.50
CATEGORY B
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This introductory course serves as a starting point to study the foundations of art history. Examining the uses of art in popular culture and media through the ages, this course explores the circulation and power of artworks and cultural icons in historical and contemporary contexts.

Extra Information: 2 lecture hours and 1 tutorial hour, or blended/online format.

Course Weight: 0.50
CATEGORY B
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This introductory course serves as a starting point to study the foundations of art history. It focuses on historical and contemporary practices of collecting art and cultural objects and introduces key principles of museum and curatorial studies.

Antirequisite(s): the former VAH 1045A/B.

Extra Information: 2 lecture hours and 1 tutorial hour, or blended/online format.

Course Weight: 0.50
CATEGORY B
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Students will be exposed to the identification, description, and interpretation of the content of images through the reading and discussion of the written sources that most inspired artists in the Western tradition. Attention will be put to the topics depicted, specific elements used in the compositions and how these changed through different mediums and eras. In their assignments, students will be invited to explore visual and written traditions beyond the Western world.

Antirequisite(s): Art History 1640, or the former VAH 1040.

Extra Information: 2 lecture hours and 1 tutorial hour, or blended/online format.

Course Weight: 0.50
CATEGORY B
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Special topics in Arts and Humanities. See program website for details.

Extra Information: 3 lecture hours.

Course Weight: 1.00
CATEGORY B
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A combined historical and thematic survey of select fields that comprise the Humanities and the various approaches and methods they employ in furthering our understanding of the human experience. The various forms of communication used in the arts will also be examined.

Prerequisite(s): Admission to the School for Advanced Studies in Arts and Humanities

Extra Information: 3 lecture hours.

Course Weight: 1.00
CATEGORY B
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An overview of modern astronomical topics including the formation, structure, and evolution of stars, planetary and stellar systems, galaxies, and the Universe.

Antirequisite(s): Astronomy 1021.

Extra Information: The equivalent of 3 lecture hours per week. Offered only online (see Western Distance Studies).

Course Weight: 0.50
CATEGORY C
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A general survey of astronomy including: the solar system and its constituents; stars, their basic properties and evolution; systems of stars including clusters, the milky way and other galaxies; the universe, its past, present and future structure; astronomical instruments; topics of current interest including pulsars, quasars, black holes.

Antirequisite(s): Astronomy 1011A/B.

Extra Information: 3 lecture hours.

Course Weight: 1.00
CATEGORY C
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In-depth study of the concepts and processes in biological systems. Students will study theory and conduct investigations in the areas of biochemistry, metabolic processes, molecular genetics, homeostasis, and population dynamics. Emphasis will be placed the development of skills and knowledge needed for further study Biology and related fields.

Antirequisite(s): Grade 12U Biology or any university level Biology course.

Prerequisite(s): High School Biology (Grade 11 Advanced Level or equivalent) and registration in the Preliminary Year program at Brescia University College.

Extra Information: 2 lecture hours, 3 laboratory/tutorial hours.

Course Weight: 1.00
CATEGORY C
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The concepts and processes of biological systems up to the cellular level. This course explores basic chemistry and the molecules of life, membrane and cell structure and function, enzymes and reactions, photosynthesis, DNA, protein synthesis, and mitosis and meiosis. Biology 0011A/B and Biology 0012A/B in combination are equivalent to Ontario Grade 12U Biology.

Antirequisite(s): Ontario High School SBI4U or equivalent, Biology 0010, any university-levelBiology course.

Prerequisite(s): Registration in a Preliminary Year program at Brescia University College.

Extra Information: 2 lecture hours, 3 laboratory/tutorial hours.

Course Weight: 0.50
CATEGORY C
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The concepts and processes of biological systems at the levels of the organism, population and ecosystem. This course explores genetics and inheritance, evolution and ecology, plant structure and function, animal structure and systems, and diversity of life. Biology 0011A/B and Biology 0012A/B in combination are equivalent to Ontario Grade 12U Biology.

Antirequisite(s): Ontario High School SBI4U or equivalent, Biology 0010, any university-level Biology course.

Prerequisite(s): registration in a Preliminary Year program at Brescia University College. Pre-or Corequisite(s): Biology 0011A/B strongly recommended.

Extra Information: 2 lecture hours, 3 laboratory/tutorial hours.

Course Weight: 0.50
CATEGORY C
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The principles of biology taught using an integrative, question-based approach. Topics include inheritance, evolution and ecology. This course is intended for students registered in the Faculty of Science.

Antirequisite(s): Biology 1201A, Biology 1225.

Prerequisite(s): Grade 12U (SB14U) Biology or Grade 11U (SB13UA) Biology and permission of the Department. A minimum mark of 80% in Grade 12 U Biology (SB14U) is recommended for students registered in a faculty other than the Faculty of Science.

Extra Information: 2 lecture hours, 3 laboratory/tutorial hours. Note: The combination of Biology 1001A and Biology 1002B (with appropriate marks) are the prerequisites for senior Biology courses and admission to modules offered by the Department of Biology and the Basic Medical Science Departments.

Course Weight: 0.50
CATEGORY C
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The principles of biology taught using an integrative, question-based approach. This course is primarily intended for students enrolled in the Faculty of Science. Topics include enzyme structure/function, membrane structure/function, bioenergetics, photosynthesis, respiration, molecular genetics.

Antirequisite(s): Biology 1202B, Biology 1225.

Prerequisite(s): Grade 12U (SB14U) Biology or Grade 11U (SB13UA) Biology and permission of the Department. A minimum mark of 80% in Grade 12U Biology (SB14U) is recommended for students registered in a faculty other than the Faculty of Science.

Extra Information: 2 lecture hours, 3 laboratory/tutorial hours. Note: The combination of Biology 1001A and Biology 1002B (with appropriate marks) are the prerequisites for senior Biology courses and admission to modules offered by the Department of Biology and the Basic Medical Science departments.

Course Weight: 0.50
CATEGORY C
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This course provides an understanding of fundamental biological concepts with emphasis on function in and relevance to humans. Topics include inheritance, evolution, ecology, behaviour, ecosystem health. This course is not available to students enrolled in the Faculty of Science (students registered in the Faculty of Science should select Biology 1001A).

Antirequisite(s): Biology 1001A, Biology 1225.

Prerequisite(s): Grade 12U (SB14U) Biology or Grade 11U (SB13UA) Biology and permission of the Department.

Extra Information: 2 lecture hours, 3 laboratory/tutorial hours. Note: The combination of Biology 1201A and Biology 1202B (with the appropriate marks) can be a prerequisite for senior Biology courses and admission to modules offered by the Department of Biology and the Basic Medical Science departments.

Course Weight: 0.50
CATEGORY C
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This course provides an understanding of fundamental biological concepts with emphasis on function in and relevance to humans. Topics include molecular genetics, physiology, bioenergetics. This course is not available to students enrolled in the Faculty of Science (students registered in the Faculty of Science should select Biology 1002B).

Antirequisite(s): Biology 1002B, Biology 1225.

Prerequisite(s): Grade 12U (SB14U) Biology or Grade 11U (SB13UA) Biology and permission of the Department.

Extra Information: 2 lecture hours, 3 laboratory/tutorial hours. Note: The combination of Biology 1201A and Biology 1202B (with appropriate marks) can be a prerequisite for senior Biology courses and admission to modules offered by the Department of Biology and the Basic Medical Science departments.

Course Weight: 0.50
CATEGORY C
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A study of the whole organism with emphasis on organization, growth, development, integration, reproduction and heredity.


Extra Information: 3 lecture hours. Biology 1225 is not intended to serve as a prerequisite for other Biology courses and will not fulfill the requirements for entry into the Biology modules. Offered only by Distance Studies.

Course Weight: 1.00
CATEGORY C
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A course intended for non-scientists who want to make sense of life from a biological point of view. We will cover all levels from genes to ecosystems, and the biology behind current environmental and societal issues through case studies and discussions. Students will learn to read/interpret a scientific paper.


Extra Information: 3 lecture hours.

Course Weight: 0.50
CATEGORY C
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The fundamental principles of biology with emphasis on cell function and the role of microorganisms in public health, sanitation, food, and nutrition. Restricted to Food and Nutrition modules or by permission of the Department of Biology.

Prerequisite(s): Grade 12U (SBI4U) Biology.

Extra Information: 2 lecture hours, 1 tutorial hour. Note: May not be taken for credit by students registered in any modules offered by either the Faculty of Science or the Schulich School of Medicine & Dentistry.

Course Weight: 0.50
CATEGORY C
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Business Administration 1220E, offered by the Ivey Business School, gives students from all faculties the opportunity to learn business fundamentals in finance, marketing, operations, organizational behavior and general management. The course is delivered using Ivey's renowned case method, which challenges students to learn by doing, within an active class environment of no more than 85 students. Students explore real business issues, make management decisions, defend their position, and take action. This course will be particularly appealing to those students who want a glimpse of Ivey's unique learning experience.

Antirequisite(s): Business Administration 1299E, Business Administration 2295F/G, Business Administration 2299E, the former Business Administration 1220, the former Business Administration 2299.

Extra Information: 3 lecture hours.

Course Weight: 1.00
CATEGORY A

This course is also offered at:

Huron King's Brescia

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Business Administration 1220E, offered by the Ivey Business School, gives students from all faculties the opportunity to learn business fundamentals in finance, marketing, operations, organizational behavior and general management. The course is delivered using Ivey's renowned case method, which challenges students to learn by doing, within an active class environment of no more than 85 students. Students explore real business issues, make management decisions, defend their position, and take action. This course will be particularly appealing to those students who want a glimpse of Ivey's unique learning experience.

Antirequisite(s): Business Administration 1299E, Business Administration 2295F/G, Business Administration 2299E, the former Business Administration 1220, the former Business Administration 2299.

Extra Information: 3 lecture hours.

Course Weight: 1.00
CATEGORY A

This course is also offered at:

Western Main Campus Huron King's

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Business Administration 1220E, offered by the Ivey Business School, gives students from all faculties the opportunity to learn business fundamentals in finance, marketing, operations, organizational behavior and general management. The course is delivered using Ivey's renowned case method, which challenges students to learn by doing, within an active class environment of no more than 85 students. Students explore real business issues, make management decisions, defend their position, and take action. This course will be particularly appealing to those students who want a glimpse of Ivey's unique learning experience.

Antirequisite(s): Business Administration 1299E, Business Administration 2295F/G, Business Administration 2299E, the former Business Administration 1220, the former Business Administration 2299.

Extra Information: 3 lecture hours.

Course Weight: 1.00
CATEGORY A

This course is also offered at:

Western Main Campus King's Brescia

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Business Administration 1220E, offered by the Ivey Business School, gives students from all faculties the opportunity to learn business fundamentals in finance, marketing, operations, organizational behavior and general management. The course is delivered using Ivey's renowned case method, which challenges students to learn by doing, within an active class environment of no more than 85 students. Students explore real business issues, make management decisions, defend their position, and take action. This course will be particularly appealing to those students who want a glimpse of Ivey's unique learning experience.

Antirequisite(s): Business Administration 1299E, Business Administration 2295F/G, Business Administration 2299E, the former Business Administration 1220, the former Business Administration 2299.

Extra Information: 3 lecture hours.

Course Weight: 1.00
CATEGORY A

This course is also offered at:

Western Main Campus Huron Brescia

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Students learn business fundamentals in finance, marketing, engineering economics, organizational behaviour and general management. Students are taught business decisionmaking using the case method, wherein students explore real business issues, make management decisions, defend their position, and take action, within an active class environment of no more than 85 students.

Antirequisite(s): Business Administration 1220E or the former Business Administration 1220, Business Administration 2295F/G, Business Administration 2299E or the former Business Administration 2299.

Extra Information: 3 hours.

Course Weight: 1.00
CATEGORY A
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Review of limits and derivatives of exponential, logarithmic and rational functions. Trigonometric functions and their inverses. The derivatives of the trig functions and their inverses. L'Hospital's rules. The definite integral. Fundamental theorem of Calculus. Simple substitution. Applications including areas of regions and volumes of solids of revolution.

Antirequisite(s): Calculus 1500A/B, Numerical and Mathematical Methods 1412A/B, the former Applied Mathematics 1412A/B, the former Applied Mathematics 1413.

Prerequisite(s): Ontario Secondary School MCV4U or Mathematics 0110A/B.

Extra Information: 2 lecture hours, 2 tutorial hours (Main campus); 4 lecture hours (Brescia, Huron, King's).

Course Weight: 0.50
CATEGORY C

This course is also offered at:

Huron King's Brescia

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Review of limits and derivatives of exponential, logarithmic and rational functions. Trigonometric functions and their inverses. The derivatives of the trig functions and their inverses. L'Hospital's rules. The definite integral. Fundamental theorem of Calculus. Simple substitution. Applications including areas of regions and volumes of solids of revolution.

Antirequisite(s): Calculus 1500A/B, Numerical and Mathematical Methods 1412A/B, the former Applied Mathematics 1412A/B, the former Applied Mathematics 1413.

Prerequisite(s): Ontario Secondary School MCV4U or Mathematics 0110A/B.

Extra Information: 2 lecture hours, 2 tutorial hours (Main campus); 4 lecture hours (Brescia, Huron, King's).

Course Weight: 0.50
CATEGORY C

This course is also offered at:

Western Main Campus Huron King's

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Review of limits and derivatives of exponential, logarithmic and rational functions. Trigonometric functions and their inverses. The derivatives of the trig functions and their inverses. L'Hospital's rules. The definite integral. Fundamental theorem of Calculus. Simple substitution. Applications including areas of regions and volumes of solids of revolution.

Antirequisite(s): Calculus 1500A/B, Numerical and Mathematical Methods 1412A/B, the former Applied Mathematics 1412A/B, the former Applied Mathematics 1413.

Prerequisite(s): Ontario Secondary School MCV4U or Mathematics 0110A/B.

Extra Information: 2 lecture hours, 2 tutorial hours (Main campus); 4 lecture hours (Brescia, Huron, King's).

Course Weight: 0.50
CATEGORY C

This course is also offered at:

Western Main Campus King's Brescia

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Review of limits and derivatives of exponential, logarithmic and rational functions. Trigonometric functions and their inverses. The derivatives of the trig functions and their inverses. L'Hospital's rules. The definite integral. Fundamental theorem of Calculus. Simple substitution. Applications including areas of regions and volumes of solids of revolution.

Antirequisite(s): Calculus 1500A/B, Numerical and Mathematical Methods 1412A/B, the former Applied Mathematics 1412A/B, the former Applied Mathematics 1413.

Prerequisite(s): Ontario Secondary School MCV4U or Mathematics 0110A/B.

Extra Information: 2 lecture hours, 2 tutorial hours (Main campus); 4 lecture hours (Brescia, Huron, King's).

Course Weight: 0.50
CATEGORY C

This course is also offered at:

Western Main Campus Huron Brescia

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For students requiring the equivalent of a full course in calculus at a less rigorous level than Calculus 1501A/B. Integration by parts, partial fractions, integral tables, geometric series, harmonic series, Taylor series with applications, arc length of parametric and polar curves, first order linear and separable differential equations with applications.

Antirequisite(s) at Main, Brescia Campus: Calculus 1501A/B, Numerical and Mathematical Methods 1414A/B, the former Applied Mathematics 1414A/B, the former Applied Mathematics 1413. Antirequisite(s) at King's campus: Calculus 1501A/B, the former Applied Mathematics 1413.

Prerequisite(s): A minimum mark of 55% in one of Calculus 1000A/B, Calculus 1500A/B, Numerical and Mathematical Methods 1412A/B, the former Applied Mathematics 1412A/B.

Extra Information: 4 lecture hours.

Course Weight: 0.50
CATEGORY C

This course is also offered at:

King's Brescia

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For students requiring the equivalent of a full course in calculus at a less rigorous level than Calculus 1501A/B. Integration by parts, partial fractions, integral tables, geometric series, harmonic series, Taylor series with applications, arc length of parametric and polar curves, first order linear and separable differential equations with applications.

Antirequisite(s) at Main, Brescia Campus: Calculus 1501A/B, Numerical and Mathematical Methods 1414A/B, the former Applied Mathematics 1414A/B, the former Applied Mathematics 1413. Antirequisite(s) at King's campus: Calculus 1501A/B, the former Applied Mathematics 1413.

Prerequisite(s): A final mark of at least 55% in either Calculus 1000A/B or Calculus 1500A/B.

Extra Information: 4 lecture hours.

Course Weight: 0.50
CATEGORY C

This course is also offered at:

Western Main Campus King's

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For students requiring the equivalent of a full course in calculus at a less rigorous level than Calculus 1501A/B. Integration by parts, partial fractions, integral tables, geometric series, harmonic series, Taylor series with applications, arc length of parametric and polar curves, first order linear and separable differential equations with applications.

Antirequisite(s) at Main, Brescia Campus: Calculus 1501A/B, Numerical and Mathematical Methods 1414A/B, the former Applied Mathematics 1414A/B, the former Applied Mathematics 1413. Antirequisite(s) at King's campus: Calculus 1501A/B, the former Applied Mathematics 1413.

Prerequisite(s): A final mark of at least 55% in either Calculus 1000A/B, Calculus 1500A/B, Numerical and Mathematical Methods 1412A/B, the former Applied Mathematics 1412A/B.

Extra Information: 4 lecture hours.

Course Weight: 0.50
CATEGORY C

This course is also offered at:

Western Main Campus Brescia

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An enriched version of Calculus 1000A/B. Basic set theory and an introduction to mathematical rigour. The precise definition of limit. Derivatives of exponential, logarithmic, rational trigonometric functions. L'Hospital's rule. The definite integral. Fundamental theorem of Calculus. Integration by substitution. Applications.

Antirequisite(s): Calculus 1000A/B, Numerical and Mathematical Methods 1412A/B, the former Applied Mathematics 1412A/B, the former Applied Mathematics 1413.

Prerequisite(s): Ontario Secondary School MCV4U or Mathematics 0110A/B.

Extra Information: 4 lecture hours.

Course Weight: 0.50
CATEGORY C
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Students who intend to pursue a degree in Actuarial Science, Applied Mathematics, Astronomy, Mathematics, Physics, or Statistics should take this course. Techniques of integration; The Mean Value Theorem and its consequences; series, Taylor series with applications; parametric and polar curves with applications; first order linear and separable differential equations with applications.

Antirequisite(s) at Main, Brescia Campus: Calculus 1301A/B, Numerical and Mathematical Methods 1414A/B, the former Applied Mathematics 1414A/B, the former Applied Mathematics 1413. Antirequisite(s) at King's campus: Calculus 1301A/B, the former Applied Mathematics 1413.

Prerequisite(s): A minimum mark of 60% in one of Calculus 1000A/B, Calculus 1500A/B, Numerical and Mathematical Methods 1412A/B, the former Applied Mathematics 1412A/B.

Extra Information: 4 lecture hours.

Course Weight: 0.50
CATEGORY C

This course is also offered at:

King's Brescia

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Students who intend to pursue a degree in Actuarial Science, Applied Mathematics, Astronomy, Mathematics, Physics, or Statistics should take this course. Techniques of integration; The Mean Value Theorem and its consequences; series, Taylor series with applications; parametric and polar curves with applications; first order linear and separable differential equations with applications.

Antirequisite(s) at Main, Brescia Campus: Calculus 1301A/B, Numerical and Mathematical Methods 1414A/B, the former Applied Mathematics 1414A/B, the former Applied Mathematics 1413. Antirequisite(s) at King's campus: Calculus 1301A/B, the former Applied Mathematics 1413.

Prerequisite(s): A minimum mark of 60% in one of Calculus 1000A/B, Calculus 1500A/B, Numerical and Mathematical Methods 1412A/B, the former Applied Mathematics 1412A/B.

Extra Information: 4 lecture hours.

Course Weight: 0.50
CATEGORY C

This course is also offered at:

Western Main Campus King's

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Students who intend to pursue a degree in Actuarial Science, Applied Mathematics, Astronomy, Mathematics, Physics, or Statistics should take this course. Techniques of integration; The Mean Value Theorem and its consequences; series, Taylor series with applications; parametric and polar curves with applications; first order linear and separable differential equations with applications.

Antirequisite(s) at Main, Brescia Campus: Calculus 1301A/B, Numerical and Mathematical Methods 1414A/B, the former Applied Mathematics 1414A/B, the former Applied Mathematics 1413. Antirequisite(s) at King's campus: Calculus 1301A/B, the former Applied Mathematics 1413.

Prerequisite(s): A minimum mark of 60% in one of Calculus 1000A/B, Calculus 1500A/B, Numerical and Mathematical Methods 1412A/B, the former Applied Mathematics 1412A/B.

Extra Information: 4 lecture hours.

Course Weight: 0.50
CATEGORY C

This course is also offered at:

Western Main Campus Brescia

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This course explores how studies of our world are shaped by practices of and cultural contestations in mapping, narration, definition, classification, and aesthetic production, informed by historical experiences and politics of knowing. Students learn to gain critical perspectives on contemporary ideas of the world and their own locations in it.

Extra Information: 3 hours.

Course Weight: 0.50
CATEGORY A
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This course offers an interdisciplinary introduction to the dominant material and cultural trends under the conditions of economic globalization. Key topics are labour in the global economy, the globalization of the capitalist mode of production, transnational resource flows, responses to inequality and resistance.

Extra Information: 3 hours.

Course Weight: 0.50
CATEGORY A
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This course is an introduction to the interdisciplinary field of international development studies with the focus on investigating the notion of 'poverty'. It will examine the roles of development organizations, states and civil society in addressing globally identified development issues through the negotiation of global development agendas.


Extra Information: 3 hours.

Course Weight: 0.50
CATEGORY A
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This course is equivalent to Grade 12U Chemistry, studying the nature of scientific activity and the explanation of chemical reactions, modern atomic theory and molecular structure. This course is open only to students in the Preliminary Year.

Antirequisite(s): Grade 12U Chemistry.

Prerequisite(s): High school Chemistry at the advanced level.

Extra Information: 2 lecture hours, 3 laboratory/tutorial hours.

Course Weight: 1.00
CATEGORY C
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This course will explore the foundations of matter through atomic theory, investigate chemical reactions with stoichiometry, predict bonding and structure of compounds, and examine the properties, reactions and structures of organic molecules. Chemistry 0011A/B and Chemistry 0012A/B in combination are equivalent to the Ontario Grade 12U level chemistry.

Antirequisite(s): Ontario High School SCH4U or equivalent, Chemistry 0010, any university-level Chemistry course.

Prerequisite(s): High School Chemistry (Grade 11 Advanced Level or equivalent) or permission of the Dean, and registration in a Preliminary Year program at Brescia University College.

Extra Information: 2 lecture hours, 3 laboratory/tutorial hours.

Course Weight: 0.50
CATEGORY C
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This course explores thermodynamics, kinetics and equilibrium of chemical reactions, behaviour of ideal gases, and interpretation of redox reactions. Students will engage in problem solving and apply laws and theories to analyze chemical reactions that support our society with heat, batteries, buffers, and important materials. Chemistry 0011A/B and Chemistry 0012A/B in combination are equivalent to the Ontario Grade 12U level chemistry.

Antirequisite(s): Ontario High School SCH4U or equivalent, Chemistry 0010, any university-level Chemistry course.

Prerequisite(s): Registration in a Preliminary Year program at Brescia University College.

Extra Information: 2 lecture hours, 3 laboratory/tutorial hours.

Course Weight: 0.50
CATEGORY C
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This course provides the background knowledge required to make informed decisions about how chemistry is presented to the public through various media. Topics will include environmental concerns, forensic chemistry, sources of energy, the chemistry of drugs. No chemistry background required; intended primarily for students from Faculties other than Science.


Extra Information: 2 lecture hours.

Course Weight: 0.50
CATEGORY C
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An introduction to the foundational principles of chemical structure and properties, emphasizing their relevance to modern science. Topics include: atomic structure, theories of chemical bonding, structure and stereochemistry of organic molecules, and structure of coordination complexes.

Antirequisite(s): The former Chemistry 1024A/B.

Prerequisite(s): Grade 12U Chemistry (SCH4U) or equivalent.

Extra Information: 3 lecture hours, 1.5 laboratory hours (3 hours every other week).

Course Weight: 0.50
CATEGORY C
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An examination of how the fundamentals of energetics influence chemical processes. Topics include: gases, thermodynamics and thermochemistry, chemical equilibria, solubility, weak acids and bases, electrochemistry, and chemical kinetics.

Antirequisite(s): The former Chemistry 1024A/B.

Prerequisite(s): Grade 12U Chemistry (SCH4U) or equivalent. Grade 12U Advanced Functions (MHF4U) or Calculus & Vectors (MCV4U), or Mathematics 0110A/B or 0105A/B, is strongly recommended.

Extra Information: 3 lecture hours, 1.5 laboratory hours (3 hours every other week).

Course Weight: 0.50
CATEGORY C
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An overview of the study of childhood and youth in contemporary humanistic and social scientific disciplines focusing on the concept of childhood as it is socially, historically, and culturally constructed. Emphasis is given to understanding children's perspectives, the discursive and structural position of childhood in modern culture and social institutions.

Extra Information: 3 hours.

Course Weight: 0.50
CATEGORY A
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An introduction to oral and written standard Chinese for students with no previous knowledge of the language and no previous exposure to Chinese culture. Students will learn approximately 400 characters, 40 sentence structures, basic grammar, and will be able to write short passages and conduct brief, informal dialogues. The pinyin romanization system will be introduced. Prepares students for progression to Chinese 2250.

Antirequisite(s): Chinese 1151, Chinese 1152A/B, Chinese 1153A/B, Grade 12U Chinese or equivalent.

Prerequisite(s): Permission of the department.

Extra Information: 4 hours.

Course Weight: 1.00
CATEGORY B
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An introduction to oral and written standard Chinese for students with no previous knowledge of the language. Students will learn approximately 400 characters, 40 sentence structures, basic grammar, and will be able to write short passages and conduct brief, informal dialogues. The pinyin romanization system will be introduced.

Antirequisite(s): Chinese 1150, Chinese 1152A/B, Chinese 1153A/B; Grade 12U Chinese or equivalent.

Prerequisite(s): Permission of the department.

Extra Information: 4 hours.

Course Weight: 1.00
CATEGORY B
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An introduction to oral and written standard Chinese for students with no previous knowledge of the language. In the sequence of Chinese 1152A/B and Chinese 1153A/B, students will learn approximately 400 characters, 40 sentence structures, basic grammar, and will be able to write short passages and conduct brief, informal dialogues. The pinyin romanization system will be introduced. Prepares students for progression to Chinese 1153A/B.

Antirequisite(s): Chinese 1150, Chinese 1151; Grade 12U Chinese or equivalent.

Prerequisite(s): Permission of the department.

Extra Information: 4 hours.

Course Weight: 0.50
CATEGORY B
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An introduction to oral and written standard Chinese for students with no previous knowledge of the language. In the sequence of Chinese 1152A/B and Chinese 1153A/B, students will learn approximately 400 characters, 40 sentence structures, basic grammar, and will be able to write short passages and conduct brief, informal dialogues. The pinyin romanization system will be introduced.

Antirequisite(s): Chinese 1150, Chinese 1151; Grade 12U Chinese or equivalent.

Prerequisite(s): Chinese 1152A/B or permission of the department.

Extra Information: 4 hours.

Course Weight: 0.50
CATEGORY B
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An examination of China as it emerges in the era of globalization. Contents include territory, people, society, language, science and technology, development and sustainability. Analysis of dominant and diverse realities will provide an essential basis for an appreciation of continuity and change in China. Students will learn how to access major sources of information and critically to evaluate perspectives and debates. Taught in English.

Extra Information: 3 hours.

Course Weight: 0.50
CATEGORY B
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This course surveys traditional symbols and icons still prevalent in China's everyday life, ranging from "yin-yang", "dragon", "mandarin ducks" and "the double-happiness", to "the three stars", "Lord Guan" and "Avalokitesvara" (Guanyin). Treating these symbols and icons as image-signifiers, the course illustrates the socio-historical contexts that have shaped major symbolism in China. Students will gain a basic understanding of Chinese culture and develop skills in critical examination of cultural phenomena. Taught in English.

Extra Information: 3 hours.

Course Weight: 0.50
CATEGORY B
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An introduction to the ancient world, with emphasis on the cultural and social life and achievements of Greece and Rome. Among the topics to be considered are: magic, religion, philosophy, literature, archaeology, architecture, art, the structure of society and the position of women, slavery, everyday life, law, sport, warfare, medicine.

Extra Information: 3 lecture hours.

Course Weight: 1.00
CATEGORY B
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Explore the roots of today’s global world through a selection of writers, artists, and works that have shaped, challenged, and connected civilizations, past and present. Study cross-cultural patterns and exchanges while on a journey of discovery that will take you from Europe to Asia, from Africa to the Americas.


Extra Information: 3 lecture hours.

Course Weight: 1.00
CATEGORY B
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Explore ideas that have revolutionized our cultures. Discover their origins and applications in our public and private lives. Working alongside your peers, refine your critical understanding of words such concepts as platonic love, unconscious, censorship, paradox, utopia, gender, social networks, alienation, literature and myth through textual and visual material.

Extra Information: 3 seminar hours. Class sizes will be limited to ensure an active learning environment.

Course Weight: 1.00
CATEGORY B
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In this seminar, discover the roots of today's global world by studying a selection of writers, artists, and works that have shaped, challenged, and connected civilizations throughout history. Engage in discussions and teamwork to explore cross-cultural exchanges, while traveling from Europe to Asia, from Africa to the Americas.

Antirequisite(s): CLC 1010, WLC 1030.

Extra Information: 3 seminar hours.Class sizes will be limited to ensure an active learning environment.

Course Weight: 1.00
CATEGORY B
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How has the “the future” been imagined ever since antiquity and in ever more contemporary and global visions? Conceiving of time and visions for tomorrow, past and present thinkers, artists, and scientists contemplate the unknown: utopias and dystopias, being human in an age of the machine, AI, the Anthropocene and beyond.

Extra Information: 3 lecture hours.

Course Weight: 1.00
CATEGORY B
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The nature of Computer Science as a discipline; the design and analysis of algorithms and their implementation as modular, reliable, well-documented programs written in a modern programming language. Intended for students with significant programming experience in at least one high-level block-structured or object-oriented language.


Extra Information: 3 lecture hours.

Course Weight: 0.50
CATEGORY C
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The nature of Computer Science as a discipline; the design and analysis of algorithms and their implementation as modular, reliable, well-documented programs written in a modern programming language. Intended for students with little or no background in programming.


Extra Information: 3 lecture hours, 2 laboratory/tutorial hours.

Course Weight: 0.50
CATEGORY C
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A continuation for both Computer Science 1025A/B and Computer Science 1026A/B. Data organization and manipulation; abstract data types and their implementations in a modern programming language; lists, stacks, queues, trees; recursion; file handling and storage.


Prerequisite(s): Computer Science 1025A/B, Computer Science 1026A/B, Data Science 1200A/B, or Engineering Science 1036A/B, (in each case with a mark of at least 65%).

Extra Information: 3 lecture hours, 1 laboratory/tutorial hour.

Course Weight: 0.50
CATEGORY C
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Techniques used for determining technological needs of businesses; building and managing systems to meet those needs; development roles of individuals and organizations; planning and management of concepts, personnel and processes; related software tools (spreadsheets, databases). Intended primarily for Management and Organizational Studies students.


Extra Information: 3 lecture hours.

Course Weight: 0.50
CATEGORY C
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This course explores the use of different types of media (e.g., text, images, sound, animation) to convey ideas and facilitate interaction. Topics include the design and use of a range of software tools for media creation and editing, covering image, sound, animation and video. This knowledge will be applied to authoring web sites.

Extra Information: 2 lecture hours, 2 laboratory/tutorial hours.

Course Weight: 0.50
CATEGORY C
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A continuation for Engineering Science 1036A/B. Data organization and manipulation; abstract data types and their implementations in the C programming language; lists, stacks, queues, trees; pointers; recursion; file handling and storage. Intended for students in the Faculty of Engineering.


Prerequisite(s): Engineering Science 1036A/B.

Extra Information: 3 lecture hours, 2 laboratory/tutorial hour.

Course Weight: 0.50
CATEGORY C
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Foundations of app development for the web and mobile devices. An introduction to basic programming and scripting concepts, and technologies such as JavaScript, HTML, and CSS, which will be used to create a variety of apps and games. This course is intended for students with no prior programming or computing background.


Extra Information: 2 lecture hours, 2 laboratory/tutorial hours.

Course Weight: 0.50
CATEGORY C
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Students will be introduced to critical ways of thinking about creativity and creative practice across a range of disciplines in the arts, music, and media. Topics covered may include: what creativity looks like; where creativity comes from; who can be creative; and why creativity matters.

Extra Information: 3 hours.

Course Weight: 0.50
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Students will learn how to visualize and analyze continuous and categorical data from various domains, using modern data science tools. Concepts of distributions, sampling, estimation, confidence intervals, experimental design, inference, correlation will be introduced in a practical, data-driven way.


Prerequisite(s): One or more of Ontario Secondary School MCV4U, MHF4U, MDM4U, Mathematics 0109A/B, Mathematics 0110A/B, Mathematics 1229A/B, or equivalent.

Extra Information: 3 lecture hours/week, 1 laboratory hour/week.

Course Weight: 0.50
CATEGORY C
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Programming for Data Science is intended for students with little or no background in programming. Design and analysis of algorithms and their implementation as modular, reliable, well-documented programs written in a modern programming language.


Extra Information: 3 lecture hours/week, 2 laboratory hours/week.

Course Weight: 0.50
CATEGORY C
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This is a first course in programming for students of all backgrounds. Topics include images, video, sound, and text; user interface; interaction design; web services and APIs; and microcontroller platforms like Arduino and Phidgets. Students complete a series of projects on animation, installation art, electronic music, theatre, visualization, and/or robotics.

Extra Information: 3 hours.

Course Weight: 0.50
CATEGORY B
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Explores provocative ethical and practical Disability Studies topics using a Liberal Arts framework. Students actively engage both sides of cases with legal, medical, and recreational significance. Examines how disability, mental health and neuro-diversity intersect with modern culture and social institutions.

Extra Information: 3 lecture hours.

Course Weight: 0.50
CATEGORY A
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What our planet is made of, how it works, and how it affects us. Framed on the interactions of the lithosphere, hydrosphere, atmosphere and biosphere. Specific topics include: geological time and earth history; formation of rocks and minerals; rock deformation; volcanoes and earthquakes; plate tectonics and mountain building; natural resources.


Extra Information: 2 lecture hours, 2 laboratory hours.

Course Weight: 0.50
CATEGORY C
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An overview of the origin and development of Earth and solar system; constitution and active processes of Earth interior; how these processes have shaped Earth evolution in the past and how they continue to control surface phenomena such as earthquake and volcanic activity. Labs will introduce the main resource exploration techniques.

Antirequisite(s): Earth Sciences 2123F/G or the former Earth Sciences 2123A/B.

Extra Information: 2 lecture hours, 2 laboratory hours.

Course Weight: 0.50
CATEGORY C
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An introduction to geology covering rock forming minerals and rock forming processes. Emphasis will be placed on how mineral and hydrocarbon resources develop. A survey of the geological record is carried out to illustrate how resources are classified and distributed through time.


Extra Information: Only available online, purchase of Rock and Mineral Kit required.

Course Weight: 0.50
CATEGORY C
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This course introduces students to geologic materials and processes and examines their significance to humans. Emphasis is placed on the evidence for perturbations of Earth's natural environments by humans that impact on our planet's future. Specific topics include utilization of natural resources, waste management, water quality, geological hazards, and global change.


Extra Information: 2 lecture hours, 2 laboratory hours.

Course Weight: 0.50
CATEGORY C
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Concepts of the development of life on Earth. Darwinian evolution and modern concepts of evolution. Genetics and evolution. Mode and rate of evolution. A survey of the vertebrate fossil record with focus on particular groups, including dinosaurs. Major extinction events in the fossil record. Origin of the geological time scale.


Extra Information: 3 lecture hours, 1 tutorial hour.

Course Weight: 0.50
CATEGORY C
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Our best perception of the origin of the Universe, the Milky Way Galaxy, and our Solar System, meteorites, asteroids, comets and the formation of planets. The slow growth of Planetary Science reason and analysis of hypotheses. Why and how Earth evolved along a path radically different than the other planets.


Extra Information: The equivalent of 3 lecture hours per week. Offered only online (see Western Distance Studies).

Course Weight: 0.50
CATEGORY C
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An examination of Earth materials used over the history of human culture. Topics include: Earth materials as media in the Visual Arts (pigments, stone and clay); rocks, minerals and fossils as motifs in famous works of art; landscape photography; gemstones and jewelry; earth materials in wine and cuisine, and modern technology.

Extra Information: 3 lecture hours.

Course Weight: 0.50
CATEGORY C
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This course introduces students to current Canadian and international economic issues. Students will explore basic economic concepts and reasoning; demand, supply and price; and markets, production and costs.

Antirequisite(s): Ontario High School CIA4U or equivalent.

Prerequisite(s): Registration in a Preliminary Year program at Brescia University College.

Extra Information: 3 hours.

Course Weight: 0.50
CATEGORY A
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This course introduces students to current Canadian and international economic issues with a focus on large scale economic performance and measuring economic performance, including topics in economic instability and fiscal policy, banking and monetary policy, and international trade and economic growth.

Antirequisite(s): Ontario High School CIA4U or equivalent.

Prerequisite(s): Registration in a Preliminary Year program at Brescia University College.

Extra Information: 3 hours. Students are strongly advised to take Economic 0011A/B before taking Economics 0012A/B.

Course Weight: 0.50
CATEGORY A
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The problem of scarcity and its implications, choice; opportunity cost, specialization and exchange; supply and demand; economic choices of households and firms; competition and monopoly; resource markets; public policy; income distribution.

Antirequisite(s): The former Economics 1020.

Extra Information: 2 lecture hours, 1 tutorial hour (Main), 3 lecture hours (Brescia, Huron, King's)

Course Weight: 0.50
CATEGORY A

This course is also offered at:

Huron King's Brescia

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The problem of scarcity and its implications, choice; opportunity cost, specialization and exchange; supply and demand; economic choices of households and firms; competition and monopoly; resource markets; public policy; income distribution.

Antirequisite(s): The former Economics 1020.

Extra Information: 2 lecture hours, 1 tutorial hour (Main), 3 lecture hours (Brescia, Huron, King's)

Course Weight: 0.50
CATEGORY A

This course is also offered at:

Western Main Campus Huron King's

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The problem of scarcity and its implications, choice; opportunity cost, specialization and exchange; supply and demand; economic choices of households and firms; competition and monopoly; resource markets; public policy; income distribution.

Antirequisite(s): The former Economics 1020.

Extra Information: 2 lecture hours, 1 tutorial hour (Main), 3 lecture hours (Brescia, Huron, King's)

Course Weight: 0.50
CATEGORY A

This course is also offered at:

Western Main Campus King's Brescia

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The problem of scarcity and its implications, choice; opportunity cost, specialization and exchange; supply and demand; economic choices of households and firms; competition and monopoly; resource markets; public policy; income distribution.

Antirequisite(s): The former Economics 1020.

Extra Information: 2 lecture hours, 1 tutorial hour (Main), 3 lecture hours (Brescia, Huron, King's)

Course Weight: 0.50
CATEGORY A

This course is also offered at:

Western Main Campus Huron Brescia

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National income; aggregate supply and aggregate demand; inflation, unemployment and interest rates; money and monetary institutions; economic growth; balance of payments; and exchange rates.

Pre-or Corequisite(s): Economics 1021A/B must be taken prior to or at the same time as 1022A/B. Students are strongly advised to take Economics 1021A/B before taking Economics 1022A/B.

Extra Information: 2 lecture hours, 1 tutorial hour (Main), 3 lecture hours (Brescia, Huron, King's)

Course Weight: 0.50
CATEGORY A

This course is also offered at:

Huron King's Brescia

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National income; aggregate supply and aggregate demand; inflation, unemployment and interest rates; money and monetary institutions; economic growth; balance of payments; and exchange rates.

Pre-or Corequisite(s): Economics 1021A/B must be taken prior to or at the same time as 1022A/B. Students are strongly advised to take Economics 1021A/B before taking Economics 1022A/B.

Extra Information: 2 lecture hours, 1 tutorial hour (Main), 3 lecture hours (Brescia, Huron, King's)

Course Weight: 0.50
CATEGORY A

This course is also offered at:

Western Main Campus Huron King's

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National income; aggregate supply and aggregate demand; inflation, unemployment and interest rates; money and monetary institutions; economic growth; balance of payments; and exchange rates.

Pre-or Corequisite(s): Economics 1021A/B must be taken prior to or at the same time as 1022A/B. Students are strongly advised to take Economics 1021A/B before taking Economics 1022A/B.

Extra Information: 2 lecture hours, 1 tutorial hour (Main), 3 lecture hours (Brescia, Huron, King's)

Course Weight: 0.50
CATEGORY A

This course is also offered at:

Western Main Campus King's Brescia

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National income; aggregate supply and aggregate demand; inflation, unemployment and interest rates; money and monetary institutions; economic growth; balance of payments; and exchange rates.

Pre-or Corequisite(s): Economics 1021A/B must be taken prior to or at the same time as 1022A/B. Students are strongly advised to take Economics 1021A/B before taking Economics 1022A/B.

Extra Information: 2 lecture hours, 1 tutorial hour (Main), 3 lecture hours (Brescia, Huron, King's)

Course Weight: 0.50
CATEGORY A

This course is also offered at:

Western Main Campus Huron Brescia

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An introduction to the relationship between the microstructure and engineering properties of metals, ceramics, polymers, semi-conductors and composites.

Extra Information: 3 lecture hours, 2 tutorial hours.

Course Weight: 0.50
CATEGORY C
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Analysis of forces on structures and machines, including addition and resolution of forces and moments in two and three-dimensions. The application of the principles of equilibrium. Topics: trusses; frames; friction; and centroids.

Extra Information: 2 lecture hours per week for 10 weeks each term when offered as a Y course; 12 lecture hours per week for 3 weeks when offered as a Summer Intersession course.

Course Weight: 0.50
CATEGORY C
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Designing, implementing and testing computer programs using Java and MATLAB to fulfill given specifications for small problems using sound engineering principles and processes. Awareness of the engineering aspects of the process of constructing a computer program.


Extra Information: 3 lecture hours, 2 laboratory hours.

Course Weight: 0.50
CATEGORY C
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Introduction to the principles and practices of professional engineering. The design studio fosters innovative thinking, improves problem solving, and provides context. Includes elements of need recognition, conceptualization, prototyping, and engineering design to satisfy commercial specifications. Emphasis on creativity, teamwork, communication and engineering skills necessary to practice in any engineering discipline.

Extra Information: 3 lecture hours per week, 2 lab hours per week and 2 tutorial hours per week.

Course Weight: 1.00
CATEGORY C
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Provides Engineering undergraduates with a co-operative education placement providing practical professional learning experience. Students are supervised by a practicing engineer and are required to submit performance evaluations and to write a final report on the work performed.

Prerequisite(s): Completion of first year of the Engineering program; good academic standing in the Faculty of Engineering; participation in Co-op Preparation and Training Workshops; full-time course load directly before and after work term.

Extra Information: Non-credit. Eligibility to participate may be impacted by prior scholastic/academic offences.

Course Weight: 0
CATEGORY C
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Combines communication skills through a cross-curricular approach. Students explore complex content from a range of subject areas to gain the foundation required to purposefully read in order to present information and formulate written arguments. Students engage in critical and analytical thinking through readings, and develop listening strategies through class discussions.

Prerequisite(s): Registration in a Preliminary Year program at Brescia University College.

Extra Information: 8 class/lecture hours, 2 tutorial hours.

Course Weight: 1.00
CATEGORY B
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This course is designed to introduce the student to the study of literature, including poetry, short stories, novels and plays. The course will encourage a critical approach to literature, with special attention to essay writing skills.

Antirequisite(s): Grade 12U.

Prerequisite(s): Grade 11U English (or equivalent).

Extra Information: 3 hours.

Course Weight: 1.00
CATEGORY B
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This course is designed to introduce the student to the study of literature with a focus on poetry and drama, and may include examples from film. The course will encourage a critical approach to literature, with special attention to essay-writing skills.

Prerequisite(s): Registration in a Preliminary Year program at Brescia University College.

Extra Information: 3 hours.

Course Weight: 0.50
CATEGORY B
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This course is designed to introduce the student to the study of literature with a focus on short stories and novels. The course will encourage a critical approach to literature, with special attention to essay-writing skills.

Prerequisite(s): Registration in a Preliminary Year program at Brescia University College.

Extra Information: 3 hours.

Course Weight: 0.50
CATEGORY B
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Learn about Western, its story, its architecture, academic calendar, governance, codes of conduct, research; and learn about universities, their origins in the Middle Ages, their development and current campus issues. Read a short story by Western’s own Nobel prizewinner Alice Munro, and think about universities in the world today.

Prerequisite(s): Grade 12U English or permission of the Department. For part time students who have been admitted without the OSSD, this permission will be granted as a matter of course.

Extra Information: 3 hours. Taught in a flexible hybrid format. May not be used as a prerequisite for modules or upper-year courses in English.

Course Weight: 0.50
CATEGORY B
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By studying a broad range of exciting and important literary works from the past and present, this course will increase your understanding and appreciation not just of the richness and power of the works themselves, but also of the role of literature in reflecting and shaping our perceptions of the world and of ourselves.

Antirequisite(s): English 1022E, English 1035E.

Prerequisite(s): Grade 12U English or permission of the Department. For part time students who have been admitted without the OSSD, this permission will be granted as a matter of course.

Extra Information: 3 hours.

Course Weight: 1.00
CATEGORY B

This course is also offered at:

Huron King's Brescia

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By studying a broad range of exciting and important literary works from the past and present, this course will increase your understanding and appreciation not just of the richness and power of the works themselves, but also of the role of literature in reflecting and shaping our perceptions of the world and of ourselves.

Antirequisite(s): English 1022E, English 1035E.

Prerequisite(s): Grade 12U English or permission of the Department. For part time students who have been admitted without the OSSD, this permission will be granted as a matter of course.

Extra Information: 3 hours.

Course Weight: 1.00
CATEGORY B

This course is also offered at:

Western Main Campus Huron King's

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By studying a broad range of exciting and important literary works from the past and present, this course will increase your understanding and appreciation not just of the richness and power of the works themselves, but also of the role of literature in reflecting and shaping our perceptions of the world and of ourselves.

Antirequisite(s): English 1022E, English 1035E.

Prerequisite(s): Grade 12U English or permission of the Department. For part time students who have been admitted without the OSSD, this permission will be granted as a matter of course.

Extra Information: 3 hours.

Course Weight: 1.00
CATEGORY B

This course is also offered at:

Western Main Campus King's Brescia

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By studying a broad range of exciting and important literary works from the past and present, this course will increase your understanding and appreciation not just of the richness and power of the works themselves, but also of the role of literature in reflecting and shaping our perceptions of the world and of ourselves.

Antirequisite(s): English 1022E, English 1035E.

Prerequisite(s): Grade 12U English or permission of the Department. For part time students who have been admitted without the OSSD, this permission will be granted as a matter of course.

Extra Information: 3 hours.

Course Weight: 1.00
CATEGORY B

This course is also offered at:

Western Main Campus Huron Brescia

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This course provides an enriched survey of the major genres, historical periods, and critical approaches to English for students with a particular interest in literature and culture. In lecture and small group tutorials, you will study poetry, prose, and drama with special emphasis on developing superior analytical and writing skills.

Antirequisite(s): English 1020E, English 1035E.

Prerequisite(s): 85% or better in Grade 12U English or permission of the Department.

Extra Information: 3 hours.

Course Weight: 1.00
CATEGORY B
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An introduction to the study of a selection of fiction ranging from the Greek epic to the modern novel, including both short and longer forms; and a variety of fictional modes and narrative techniques. Major authors studied include Homer, Swift, Austen, Dickens, Dostoevsky, and Virginia Woolf.


Prerequisite(s): Grade 12U English or permission of the Department. For part time students who have been admitted without the OSSD, this permission will be granted as a matter of course.

Extra Information: 3 hours.

Course Weight: 1.00
CATEGORY B

This course is also offered at:

Huron King's Brescia

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An introduction to the study of a selection of fiction ranging from the Greek epic to the modern novel, including both short and longer forms; and a variety of fictional modes and narrative techniques. Major authors studied include Homer, Swift, Austen, Dickens, Dostoevsky, and Virginia Woolf.


Prerequisite(s): Grade 12U English or permission of the Department. For part time students who have been admitted without the OSSD, this permission will be granted as a matter of course.

Extra Information: 3 hours.

Course Weight: 1.00
CATEGORY B

This course is also offered at:

Western Main Campus Huron King's

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An introduction to the study of a selection of fiction ranging from the Greek epic to the modern novel, including both short and longer forms; and a variety of fictional modes and narrative techniques. Major authors studied include Homer, Swift, Austen, Dickens, Dostoevsky, and Virginia Woolf.


Prerequisite(s): Grade 12U English or permission of the Department. For part time students who have been admitted without the OSSD, this permission will be granted as a matter of course.

Extra Information: 3 hours.

Course Weight: 1.00
CATEGORY B

This course is also offered at:

Western Main Campus King's Brescia

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An introduction to the study of a selection of fiction ranging from the Greek epic to the modern novel, including both short and longer forms; and a variety of fictional modes and narrative techniques. Major authors studied include Homer, Swift, Austen, Dickens, Dostoevsky, and Virginia Woolf.


Prerequisite(s): Grade 12U English or permission of the Department. For part time students who have been admitted without the OSSD, this permission will be granted as a matter of course.

Extra Information: 3 hours.

Course Weight: 1.00
CATEGORY B

This course is also offered at:

Western Main Campus Huron Brescia

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Storytelling defines who we are and our relation to the community, the nation, and the world. This course explores the rich and diverse traditions of storytelling: such as, oral tales, short stories, classic fiction, and graphic novels. Instruction by lecture and tutorials; emphasis on developing strong analytical and writing skills.

Antirequisite(s): English 1024E, English 1036E.

Prerequisite(s): Grade 12U English or permission of the Department. For part time students who have been admitted without the OSSD, this permission will be granted as a matter of course.

Extra Information: 3 hours.

Course Weight: 0.50
CATEGORY B

This course is also offered at:

Huron King's Brescia

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Storytelling defines who we are and our relation to the community, the nation, and the world. This course explores the rich and diverse traditions of storytelling: such as, oral tales, short stories, classic fiction, and graphic novels. Instruction by lecture and tutorials; emphasis on developing strong analytical and writing skills.

Antirequisite(s): English 1024E, English 1036E.

Prerequisite(s): Grade 12U English or permission of the Department. For part time students who have been admitted without the OSSD, this permission will be granted as a matter of course.

Extra Information: 3 hours.

Course Weight: 0.50
CATEGORY B

This course is also offered at:

Western Main Campus Huron King's

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Storytelling defines who we are and our relation to the community, the nation, and the world. This course explores the rich and diverse traditions of storytelling: such as, oral tales, short stories, classic fiction, and graphic novels. Instruction by lecture and tutorials; emphasis on developing strong analytical and writing skills.

Antirequisite(s): English 1024E, English 1036E.

Prerequisite(s): Grade 12U English or permission of the Department. For part time students who have been admitted without the OSSD, this permission will be granted as a matter of course.

Extra Information: 3 hours.

Course Weight: 0.50
CATEGORY B

This course is also offered at:

Western Main Campus King's Brescia

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Storytelling defines who we are and our relation to the community, the nation, and the world. This course explores the rich and diverse traditions of storytelling: such as, oral tales, short stories, classic fiction, and graphic novels. Instruction by lecture and tutorials; emphasis on developing strong analytical and writing skills.

Antirequisite(s): English 1024E, English 1036E.

Prerequisite(s): Grade 12U English or permission of the Department. For part time students who have been admitted without the OSSD, this permission will be granted as a matter of course.

Extra Information: 3 hours.

Course Weight: 0.50
CATEGORY B

This course is also offered at:

Western Main Campus Huron Brescia

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This course explores a particular theme, mode, or genre of storytelling. Consult the Department of English for details of current course offerings. Instruction is by lecture and tutorials; emphasis on developing strong analytical and writing skills.

Antirequisite(s): English 1024E, English 1036E.

Prerequisite(s): Grade 12U English or permission of the Department. For part time students who have been admitted without the OSSD, this permission will be granted as a matter of course.

Extra Information: 3 hours.

Course Weight: 0.50
CATEGORY B

This course is also offered at:

Huron King's Brescia

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This course explores a particular theme, mode, or genre of storytelling. Consult the Department of English for details of current course offerings. Instruction is by lecture and tutorials; emphasis on developing strong analytical and writing skills.

Antirequisite(s): English 1024E, English 1036E.

Prerequisite(s): Grade 12U English or permission of the Department. For part time students who have been admitted without the OSSD, this permission will be granted as a matter of course.

Extra Information: 3 hours.

Course Weight: 0.50
CATEGORY B

This course is also offered at:

Western Main Campus Huron King's

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This course explores a particular theme, mode, or genre of storytelling. Consult the Department of English for details of current course offerings. Instruction is by lecture and tutorials; emphasis on developing strong analytical and writing skills.

Antirequisite(s): English 1024E, English 1036E.

Prerequisite(s): Grade 12U English or permission of the Department. For part time students who have been admitted without the OSSD, this permission will be granted as a matter of course.

Extra Information: 3 hours.

Course Weight: 0.50
CATEGORY B

This course is also offered at:

Western Main Campus King's Brescia

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This course explores a particular theme, mode, or genre of storytelling. Consult the Department of English for details of current course offerings. Instruction is by lecture and tutorials; emphasis on developing strong analytical and writing skills.

Antirequisite(s): English 1024E, English 1036E.

Prerequisite(s): Grade 12U English or permission of the Department. For part time students who have been admitted without the OSSD, this permission will be granted as a matter of course.

Extra Information: 3 hours.

Course Weight: 0.50
CATEGORY B

This course is also offered at:

Western Main Campus Huron Brescia

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This course will examine, both formally and historically, the major generic groupings of literature: poetry, fiction, and drama. Its focus will be on the different kinds of reading that these demand. It will develop students' analytical skills through intensive and extensive reading and through writing that employs logical argument and an understanding of basic critical concepts.

Antirequisite(s): English 1020E, English 1022E.

Prerequisite(s): Permission of the Department.

Extra Information: 3 hours.

Course Weight: 1.00
CATEGORY B
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An introduction to the study of narrative from the classical epic to contemporary film. Narrative forms such as myth, fable, parable, epic, romance, novel, satire, case-history, short story, and film will be examined in order to understand the distinguishing features of each form, but also the historical development of narrative art.


Prerequisite(s): Permission of the Department.

Extra Information: 3 hours.

Course Weight: 1.00
CATEGORY B
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Combining the study of classic literature with works of current cultural importance, such as graphic novels and film, this course explores how our world and our lives are formed and informed by the stories we tell.

Prerequisite(s): Grade 12U English or permission of the Department.

Extra Information: 3 hours.

Course Weight: 1.00
CATEGORY B
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Violence threatens and expresses human culture; it encourages social cohesion and disruption; it is an essential and controversial element of human entertainment. While studying literature which engages with violence, students will develop techniques of close reading and critical analysis, as well as fundamental tools of academic inquiry, research and writing.


Prerequisite(s): Grade 12U English or permission of the Department. For part time students who have been admitted without the OSSD, this permission will be granted as a matter of course.

Extra Information: 3 hours.

Course Weight: 1.00
CATEGORY B
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The English Literature unit of the King's Foundations in Western Thought and Civilization is supplemented by the study of art and music. It investigates influential works of literature from ancient to modern times through an interdisciplinary perspective, with special focus on innovations in literary form and cultural contexts.

Prerequisite(s): Must be registered in the King's Foundations in Western Thought and Civilization, or the former Foundations in the Humanities. Corequisite(s): History 1901E and Philosophy 1901E.

Extra Information: 3 hours. There may be additional costs associated with field trips.

Course Weight: 1.00
CATEGORY B
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An overview of the science underlying key environmental issues (e.g. climate change, loss of biodiversity and ecosystem function, air and water pollution, and resource use) and how each issue impacts environmental sustainability from the local to global scale.

Prerequisite(s): Priority will be given to students in their first year at Western.

Extra Information: 3 lecture/tutorial hours.

Course Weight: 0.50
CATEGORY C

This course is also offered at:

Huron

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An overview of the science underlying key environmental issues (e.g. climate change, loss of biodiversity and ecosystem function, air and water pollution, and resource use) and how each issue impacts environmental sustainability from the local to global scale.

Prerequisite(s): Priority will be given to Affiliated University College students in their first year.

Extra Information: 3 lecture/tutorial hours.

Course Weight: 0.50
CATEGORY C

This course is also offered at:

Western Main Campus

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This introductory course explains the field of Family Studies and Human Development, examining the factors that shape family life, from individual psychology to group dynamics to social forces such as the workplace, the economy, and the government. Families are considered across the life course, and family diversity is highlighted.

Antirequisite(s): Family Studies and Human Development 1020 and the former Family Studies 1020.

Extra Information: 3 lecture hours.

Course Weight: 0.50
CATEGORY A
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Intimate relationships, like those found between marital or dating partners, are examined from a social science perspective, looking at love, mate selection, attachment, loneliness, conflict, relationship dissolution, and factors contributing to successful long-term relationships. Other close relationships also are considered, such as those between friends or parents and children.

Extra Information: 3 lecture hours.

Course Weight: 0.50
CATEGORY A
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A multi-disciplinary approach to the family as a biological, social, economic, legal and political unit, continually changing and adapting to a variety of pressures. This course provides students with a broad grounding in the family in the current Canadian context, and examines cultural and historical variation.

Antirequisite(s): Family Studies and Human Development 1010A/B and the former Family Studies 1010A/B.

Extra Information: 3 lecture hours.

Course Weight: 1.00
CATEGORY A
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A broad introduction to the study of films that will teach the basic vocabulary of film studies, provide an overview of the types of film and videos being made, and examine various critical approaches. By considering a variety of texts, students will learn to analyze and discuss film and video.

Extra Information: 5 hours including screening.

Course Weight: 1.00
CATEGORY B
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What is a blockbuster? What is a cult film? What is digital cinema? Discover the answers to these questions and others in a broad introduction to the study of cinema. Students will learn the basic vocabulary of film studies and gain an informed understanding of the different critical approaches to film analysis.

Antirequisite(s): Film Studies 1020E.

Extra Information: 5 hours including screening.

Course Weight: 1.00
CATEGORY B

This course is also offered at:

King's

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What is a blockbuster? What is a cult film? What is digital cinema? Discover the answers to these questions and others in a broad introduction to the study of cinema. Students will learn the basic vocabulary of film studies and gain an informed understanding of the different critical approaches to film analysis.

Antirequisite(s): Film Studies 1020E.

Extra Information: 5 hours including screening.

Course Weight: 1.00
CATEGORY B

This course is also offered at:

Western Main Campus

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An introductory course about foods and nutrition. Students will study nutrient content of food, food safety, and learn to apply nutrition recommendations throughout the life cycle. Emphasis will be placed on using credible resources of nutrition information.

Antirequisite(s): Grade 12U Nutrition in Perspective (HFA 4U) or any university level basic Nutrition course.

Prerequisite(s): High School Biology (Grade 11 Advanced Level or equivalent) and registration in the Preliminary Year Program at Brescia University College.

Course Weight: 1.00
CATEGORY A
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An introductory course about the basic aspects of Healthy Eating. Emphasis will be placed on how students can use credible resources to find information about the nutrient content of foods, read food labels, nutrition recommendations (including Canada's Food Guide) and the eating habits for their life stage and make healthy food choices for themselves.

Antirequisite(s): Grade 12U Nutrition in Perspective (HFA 4U) or any university level Nutrition course.

Prerequisite(s): High School Biology (Grade 11 Advanced Level or equivalent) and registration in the Preliminary Year Program at Brescia University College.

Extra Information: 3 lecture hours (includes in-class activities)/ week.

Course Weight: 0.50
CATEGORY A
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An introductory course about the basic aspects of Life Cycle Nutrition. Emphasis will be placed on how students can use credible resources to find information about nutrition recommendations and eating habits of Canadians of all ages and life stages, nutrition and disease prevention, nutrition and physical activity, safe food handling procedures, food biotechnology and global hunger.

Antirequisite(s): Grade 12U Nutrition in Perspective (HFA 4U) or any university level Nutrition course.

Prerequisite(s): High School Biology (Grade 11 Advanced Level or equivalent), FN 0011 A/B and registration in the Preliminary Year Program at Brescia University College.

Extra Information: 3 lecture hours (includes in-class activities)/ week.

Course Weight: 0.50
CATEGORY A
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An introductory study of food and nutrition, with a particular emphasis on nutrient sources, physiological roles, including dietary requirements, and impact on health.

Antirequisite(s): Foods and Nutrition 2070A/B or the former Foods and Nutrition 1021 or the former Foods and Nutrition 1030E or the former Foods and Nutrition 2121.

Extra Information: 3 lecture hours. Grade 11 (or higher) Biology and Chemistry are highly recommended as preparation for this course. NOTE: This course will count as a Category C course for Brescia students and also main campus students who are enrolled in the Foods and Nutrition modules.

Course Weight: 0.50
CATEGORY A
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A study of nutritional requirements from conception to senescence. Discussion of food habits and nutrition intervention programs in relation to the stages of the lifecycle.


Prerequisite(s): Foods and Nutrition 1070A/B or Foods and Nutrition 2070A/B or the former Foods and Nutrition 1021 or the former Foods and Nutrition 1030E or the former Foods and Nutrition 2121.

Extra Information: 3 lecture hours. NOTE: This course will count as a Category C course for Brescia students and also main campus students who are enrolled in the Foods and Nutrition modules.

Course Weight: 0.50
CATEGORY A
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This course will take a journey through this quasi-mythical global city, asking what makes Paris "Paris", and why it has attracted admirers and imitators from across the world. It examines the city from multiple perspectives, from its seventeenth-century reputation as the first modern city to its current role as the city of fashion.

Extra Information: 3 lecture hours, 0.5 course. Taught in English.

Course Weight: 0.50
CATEGORY B
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Grammar, composition, oral practice. This course is designed for students beginning French, or having a limited knowledge of French. Note that students who have successfully completed Grade 11 French or equivalent cannot take this course for credit.

Antirequisite(s): French 1003A/B, Ontario Grade 11 French (Core, Extended or Immersion) or equivalent.

Prerequisite(s): Permission of the Department of French Studies based on the French Placement Test.

Extra Information: 4 tutorial/laboratory hours.

Course Weight: 1.00
CATEGORY B

This course is also offered at:

Huron King's Brescia

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Grammar, composition, oral practice. This course is designed for students beginning French, or having a limited knowledge of French. Note that students who have successfully completed Grade 11 French or equivalent cannot take this course for credit.

Antirequisite(s): French 1003A/B, Ontario Grade 11 French (Core, Extended or Immersion) or equivalent.

Extra Information: 4 tutorial/laboratory hours.

Course Weight: 1.00
CATEGORY B

This course is also offered at:

Western Main Campus Huron King's

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Grammar, composition, oral practice. This course is designed for students beginning French, or having a limited knowledge of French. Note that students who have successfully completed Grade 11 French or equivalent cannot take this course for credit.

Antirequisite(s): French 1003A/B, Ontario Grade 11 French (Core, Extended or Immersion) or equivalent.

Extra Information: 4 tutorial/laboratory hours.

Course Weight: 1.00
CATEGORY B

This course is also offered at:

Western Main Campus King's Brescia

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Grammar, composition, oral practice. This course is designed for students beginning French, or having a limited knowledge of French. Note that students who have successfully completed Grade 11 French or equivalent cannot take this course for credit.

Antirequisite(s): French 1003A/B, Ontario Grade 11 French (Core, Extended or Immersion) or equivalent.

Extra Information: 4 tutorial/laboratory hours.

Course Weight: 1.00
CATEGORY B

This course is also offered at:

Western Main Campus Huron Brescia

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Grammar, composition, oral practice. This accelerated (0.5) course is designed for students having a limited knowledge of French who are too advanced for French 1002.

Antirequisite(s): French 1002, Ontario Grade 11 French (Core, Extended or Immersion) or equivalent.

Prerequisite(s): Permission of the Department of French Studies based on the French Placement Test.

Extra Information: 4 lecture/tutorial/laboratory hours.

Course Weight: 0.50
CATEGORY B

This course is also offered at:

Brescia

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Grammar, composition, oral practice. This accelerated (0.5) course is designed for students having a limited knowledge of French who are too advanced for French 1002.

Antirequisite(s): French 1002, Ontario Grade 11 French (Core, Extended or Immersion) or equivalent.

Prerequisite(s): Permission of the Department of French Studies based on the French Placement Test.

Extra Information: 4 lecture/tutorial/laboratory hours.

Course Weight: 0.50
CATEGORY B

This course is also offered at:

Western Main Campus

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Intensive grammar and vocabulary acquisition through a variety of communicative activities and exercises. This course aims to help students acquire the fundamentals of the French language using listening, speaking, reading and writing skills, as preparation for the study of university-level French.

Antirequisite(s): Grade 12 French, French 1002, French 1003A/B, French 1010, and French 1011A/B.

Prerequisite(s): Permission of the Department of French Studies based on the French Placement Test.

Extra Information: 3 or 4 lecture/tutorial/laboratory hours.

Course Weight: 1.00
CATEGORY B

This course is also offered at:

Huron King's Brescia

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Intensive grammar and vocabulary acquisition through a variety of communicative activities and exercises. This course aims to help students acquire the fundamentals of the French language using listening, speaking, reading and writing skills, as preparation for the study of university-level French.

Antirequisite(s): Grade 12 French, French 1002, French 1003A/B, French 1010, and French 1011A/B.

Prerequisite(s): Permission of the Department of French Studies based on the French Placement Test.

Extra Information: 3 or 4 lecture/tutorial/laboratory hours.

Course Weight: 1.00
CATEGORY B

This course is also offered at:

Western Main Campus Huron King's

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Intensive grammar and vocabulary acquisition through a variety of communicative activities and exercises. This course aims to help students acquire the fundamentals of the French language using listening, speaking, reading and writing skills, as preparation for the study of university-level French.

Antirequisite(s): Grade 12 French, French 1002, French 1003A/B, French 1010, and French 1011A/B.

Prerequisite(s): Permission of the Department of French Studies based on the French Placement Test.

Extra Information: 3 or 4 lecture/tutorial/laboratory hours.

Course Weight: 1.00
CATEGORY B

This course is also offered at:

Western Main Campus King's Brescia

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Intensive grammar and vocabulary acquisition through a variety of communicative activities and exercises. This course aims to help students acquire the fundamentals of the French language using listening, speaking, reading and writing skills, as preparation for the study of university-level French.

Antirequisite(s): Grade 12 French, French 1002, French 1003A/B, French 1010, and French 1011A/B.

Prerequisite(s): Permission of the Department of French Studies based on the French Placement Test.

Extra Information: 3 or 4 lecture/tutorial/laboratory hours.

Course Weight: 1.00
CATEGORY B

This course is also offered at:

Western Main Campus Huron Brescia

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Grammar review, composition, translation, oral practice. (One hour per week in the language laboratory may be required.) Note that students who have successfully completed Grade 12 French or equivalent cannot take this course for credit.

Antirequisite(s): French 1011A/B, Ontario Grade 12 French (Core, Extended or Immersion) or equivalent.

Prerequisite(s): Ontario Grade 11 French (Core, Extended or Immersion) or equivalent, French 1002 or r French 1003A/B or permission of the Department of French Studies based on French Placement Test.

Extra Information: 3 or 4 lecture/tutorial/laboratory hours.

Course Weight: 1.00
CATEGORY B

This course is also offered at:

Huron King's Brescia

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Grammar review, composition, translation, oral practice. (One hour per week in the language laboratory may be required.) Note that students who have successfully completed Grade 12 French or equivalent cannot take this course for credit.

Antirequisite(s): French 1011A/B, Ontario Grade 12 French (Core, Extended or Immersion) or equivalent.

Prerequisite(s): Ontario Grade 11 French (Core, Extended or Immersion) or equivalent, French 1002 or permission of the Department.

Extra Information: 3 or 4 lecture/tutorial/laboratory hours.

Course Weight: 1.00
CATEGORY B

This course is also offered at:

Western Main Campus Huron King's

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Grammar review, composition, translation, oral practice. (One hour per week in the language laboratory may be required.) Note that students who have successfully completed Grade 12 French or equivalent cannot take this course for credit.

Antirequisite(s): French 1011A/B, Ontario Grade 12 French (Core, Extended or Immersion) or equivalent.

Prerequisite(s): Ontario Grade 11 French (Core, Extended or Immersion) or equivalent, French 1002 or permission of the Department.

Extra Information: 3 or 4 lecture/tutorial/laboratory hours.

Course Weight: 1.00
CATEGORY B

This course is also offered at:

Western Main Campus King's Brescia

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Grammar review, composition, translation, oral practice. (One hour per week in the language laboratory may be required.) Note that students who have successfully completed Grade 12 French or equivalent cannot take this course for credit.

Antirequisite(s): French 1011A/B, Ontario Grade 12 French (Core, Extended or Immersion) or equivalent.

Prerequisite(s): Ontario Grade 11 French (Core, Extended or Immersion) or equivalent, French 1002 or permission of the Department.

Extra Information: 3 or 4 lecture/tutorial/laboratory hours.

Course Weight: 1.00
CATEGORY B

This course is also offered at:

Western Main Campus Huron Brescia

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Grammar review, composition, translation, oral practice. This accelerated (0.5) course is designed for students having a limited knowledge of French who are too advanced for French 1010.

Antirequisite(s): French 1010, Ontario Grade 12 French (Core, Extended or Immersion) or equivalent.

Prerequisite(s): Ontario Grade 11 French (Core, Extended or Immersion) or equivalent, French 1002 or French 1003A/B or permission of the Department of French Studies.

Extra Information: 4 lecture/tutorial/laboratory hours.

Course Weight: 0.50
CATEGORY B

This course is also offered at:

Brescia

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Grammar review, composition, translation, oral practice. This accelerated (0.5) course is designed for students having a limited knowledge of French who are too advanced for French 1010.

Antirequisite(s): French 1010, Ontario Grade 12 French (Core, Extended or Immersion) or equivalent.

Prerequisite(s): Ontario Grade 11 French (Core, Extended or Immersion) or equivalent, French 1002 or French 1003A/B or permission of the Department of French Studies.

Extra Information: 4 lecture/tutorial/laboratory hours.

Course Weight: 0.50
CATEGORY B

This course is also offered at:

Western Main Campus

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Based on a communicative approach, the course aims to provide students with the means of improving their listening and speaking abilities.

Prerequisite(s): Grade 12U French, French 1010 or French 1011A/B or permission of the Trois-Pistoles Immersion School.

Extra Information: 3 lecture/tutorial hours.Only offered in Trois-Pistoles Immersion School.

Course Weight: 0.50
CATEGORY B
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Based on a communicative approach, the course aims to provide students with the means of improving their listening and speaking abilities.

Prerequisite(s): French 1102A/B or permission of the Trois-Pistoles Immersion School.

Extra Information: 3 lecture/tutorial hours. Only offered in Trois-Pistoles Immersion School.

Course Weight: 0.50
CATEGORY B
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This is a first-year essay course in French, providing an introduction to French Studies, with an emphasis on language, culture, and various forms of expression and analysis.

Antirequisite(s): French 1910, French 1999.

Prerequisite(s): Ontario Grade 12 French (Core, Extended or Immersion) or equivalent, or French 1004, or French 1010 or French 1011A/B or permission of the Department of French Studies.

Extra Information: 4 lecture/tutorial/laboratory hours.

Course Weight: 1.00
CATEGORY B

This course is also offered at:

Huron King's Brescia

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This is a first-year essay course in French, providing an introduction to French Studies, with an emphasis on language, culture, and various forms of expression and analysis.

Antirequisite(s): French 1910, French 1999.

Prerequisite(s): Ontario Grade 12 French (Core, Extended or Immersion) or equivalent, or French 1010 or French 1011A/B or French 1011A/B or permission of the Department of French Studies.

Extra Information: 4 lecture/tutorial/laboratory hours.

Course Weight: 1.00
CATEGORY B

This course is also offered at:

Western Main Campus Huron King's

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This is a first-year essay course in French, providing an introduction to French Studies, with an emphasis on language, culture, and various forms of expression and analysis.

Antirequisite(s): French 1910, French 1999.

Prerequisite(s): Ontario Grade 12 French (Core, Extended or Immersion) or equivalent, or French 1010 or French 1011A/B or French 1011A/B or permission of the Department of French Studies.

Extra Information: 4 lecture/tutorial/laboratory hours.

Course Weight: 1.00
CATEGORY B

This course is also offered at:

Western Main Campus King's Brescia

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This is a first-year essay course in French, providing an introduction to French Studies, with an emphasis on language, culture, and various forms of expression and analysis.

Antirequisite(s): French 1910, French 1999.

Prerequisite(s): Ontario Grade 12 French (Core, Extended or Immersion) or equivalent, or French 1010 or French 1011A/B or French 1011A/B or permission of the Department of French Studies.

Extra Information: 4 lecture/tutorial/laboratory hours.

Course Weight: 1.00
CATEGORY B

This course is also offered at:

Western Main Campus Huron Brescia

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A study of the French language based on cultural, written material and basic grammar problems.

Antirequisite(s) at Main campus: French 1900E, French 1999. Antirequisite(s) at Brescia, Huron, King's campus: French 1900E.

Prerequisite(s): Ontario Grade 12 French (Core, Extended or Immersion) or equivalent, or French 1004, or French 1010 or French 1011A/B or permission of the Department of French Studies.

Extra Information: 4 lecture/tutorial/laboratory hours.

Course Weight: 1.00
CATEGORY B

This course is also offered at:

Huron King's Brescia

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A study of the French language based on cultural, written material and basic grammar problems.

Antirequisite(s) at Main campus: French 1900E, French 1999. Antirequisite(s) at Brescia, Huron, King's campus: French 1900E.

Prerequisite(s): Ontario Grade 12 French (Core, Extended or Immersion) or equivalent, or French 1010 or French 1004 or permission of the Department.

Extra Information: 4 lecture/tutorial/laboratory hours.

Course Weight: 1.00
CATEGORY B

This course is also offered at:

Western Main Campus Huron King's

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A study of the French language based on cultural, written material and basic grammar problems.

Antirequisite(s) at Main campus: French 1900E, French 1999. Antirequisite(s) at Brescia, Huron, King's campus: French 1900E.

Prerequisite(s): Ontario Grade 12 French (Core, Extended or Immersion) or equivalent, or French 1010 or French 1004 or permission of the Department.

Extra Information: 4 lecture/tutorial/laboratory hours.

Course Weight: 1.00
CATEGORY B

This course is also offered at:

Western Main Campus King's Brescia

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A study of the French language based on cultural, written material and basic grammar problems.

Antirequisite(s) at Main campus: French 1900E, French 1999. Antirequisite(s) at Brescia, Huron, King's campus: French 1900E.

Prerequisite(s): Ontario Grade 12 French (Core, Extended or Immersion) or equivalent, or French 1010 or French 1004 or permission of the Department.

Extra Information: 4 lecture/tutorial/laboratory hours.

Course Weight: 1.00
CATEGORY B

This course is also offered at:

Western Main Campus Huron Brescia

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Acquisition of skills in spoken French and French listening comprehension through the study of films, television series, and/or podcasts. Intermediate-level grammar studied in context.


Prerequisite(s): Grade 12 French (Core, Extended or Immersion) or equivalent, or French 1004, or permission of the Department based on the placement test.

Extra Information: 3 hours.

Course Weight: 0.50
CATEGORY B
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Increased competency in written French through the study of engaging primary texts. Popular fiction genres may include crime fiction, science fiction, le fantastique, mystery, young adult literature, or fantasy. Texts on current events may include news and magazine articles, websites or blogs. Intermediate-level grammar studied in context.


Prerequisite(s): Grade 12 French (Core, Extended or Immersion) or equivalent, or French 1004, or permission of the Department based on the placement test.

Extra Information: 3 hours.

Course Weight: 0.50
CATEGORY B
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This course provides students with a basic introduction to French Studies, with an emphasis on language and culture, and on various forms of expression and analysis.

Antirequisite(s): French 1900E, French 1910.

Prerequisite(s): Ontario Grade 12 French (Core, Extended or Immersion) or equivalent, or French 1004, or French 1010 or French 1011A/B or permission of the Department of French Studies.

Extra Information: 4 lecture/tutorial/laboratory hours.

Course Weight: 1.00
CATEGORY B
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A survey of selected topics in the study of gender structures and the status of women in historical and cross-cultural perspective. These will include consideration of social and psychological processes by which gender identity is established in the individual, its institutional manifestations, and its articulation with class and race structures.

Extra Information: 2 lecture hours, 1 tutorial hour (Main); 3 hours, limited enrolment (Brescia, King's)

Course Weight: 1.00
CATEGORY A CATEGORY B

This course is also offered at:

King's Brescia

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A survey of selected topics in the study of gender structures and the status of women in historical and cross-cultural perspective. These will include consideration of social and psychological processes by which gender identity is established in the individual, its institutional manifestations, and its articulation with class and race structures.

Extra Information: 2 lecture hours, 1 tutorial hour (Main); 3 hours, limited enrolment (Brescia, King's)

Course Weight: 1.00
CATEGORY A CATEGORY B

This course is also offered at:

Western Main Campus King's

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A survey of selected topics in the study of gender structures and the status of women in historical and cross-cultural perspective. These will include consideration of social and psychological processes by which gender identity is established in the individual, its institutional manifestations, and its articulation with class and race structures.

Extra Information: 2 lecture hours, 1 tutorial hour (Main); 3 hours, limited enrolment (Brescia, King's)

Course Weight: 1.00
CATEGORY A CATEGORY B

This course is also offered at:

Western Main Campus Brescia

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We introduce students to current social and political issues in sexuality studies, with a focus on contemporary issues around sexuality, including formation of sexual identities, sexual practices and politics, policing of sexuality, questions of sexual diversity, and the historical and global nature of ideas and controversies around sexuality.

Extra Information: 2 lecture hours, 1 tutorial hour.

Course Weight: 0.50
CATEGORY A CATEGORY B
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The 21st century is a period of accelerating change focused around issues of gender, justice and activism. This course will introduce students to the ways in which movements for justice and change are informed by and take up gender issues in matters of education, health, poverty, globalization, the environment, etc.

Extra Information: 2 lecture hours, 1 tutorial hour.

Course Weight: 0.50
CATEGORY A CATEGORY B
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Judging by the media, you would think the only issue in gay life today is same-sex marriage. This course will examine many of the other issues affecting gay men, such as sexual politics and practices, body image, health, consumer culture, social media, television and film, and intersections with race and class.

Extra Information: 3 hours.

Course Weight: 0.50
CATEGORY A CATEGORY B
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This course surveys theory and practice in the fields of equity, diversity, and human rights as they are taken up in institutional domains such as social work, education, and law and in schools of thought such as critical race studies, feminism and gender studies, sexuality studies, and disability studies.

Extra Information: 2 lecture hours, 1 tutorial hour.

Course Weight: 0.50
CATEGORY A CATEGORY B
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An introduction to the interdisciplinary field of Black Studies that examines its foundations and debates, focusing on resilience and resistance in Black life. Students will examine practices used within this Black intellectual-activist tradition through various disciplinary approaches and by situating contemporary topics (identity, fashion, sexuality) within historical frameworks.

Extra Information: 3 hours.

Course Weight: 0.50
CATEGORY A CATEGORY B
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An introduction to the study of world regions including an overview of selected thematic regions (e.g., climate, vegetation) and geographic realms. Basic geographic concepts will be highlighted throughout the course. Only for students registered in the Preliminary Year program.

Extra Information: 3 hours.

Course Weight: 1.00
CATEGORY A
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A systematic descriptive introduction to the diverse elements of landscape including geomorphic, climatic, and biotic elements, human settlement and land-use patterns; cartographic approaches to the analysis of selected processes of landscape change; an introduction to the synthesis of elements and processes in spatial systems models.


Extra Information: 3 lecture hours.

Course Weight: 1.00
CATEGORY A

This course is also offered at:

King's Brescia

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A systematic descriptive introduction to the diverse elements of landscape including geomorphic, climatic, and biotic elements, human settlement and land-use patterns; cartographic approaches to the analysis of selected processes of landscape change; an introduction to the synthesis of elements and processes in spatial systems models.


Extra Information: 3 lecture hours.

Course Weight: 1.00
CATEGORY A

This course is also offered at:

Western Main Campus King's

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A systematic descriptive introduction to the diverse elements of landscape including geomorphic, climatic, and biotic elements, human settlement and land-use patterns; cartographic approaches to the analysis of selected processes of landscape change; an introduction to the synthesis of elements and processes in spatial systems models.


Extra Information: 3 lecture hours.

Course Weight: 1.00
CATEGORY A

This course is also offered at:

Western Main Campus Brescia

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An introduction to the science and politics of climate change. The course pivots on the great gap between the urgency and magnitude of changes that climate scientists are imploring, and enduring ‘business-as-usual’ approaches. Struggles for action are considered in light of highly unequal responsibility and vulnerability.

Extra Information: 3 lecture hours.

Course Weight: 0.50
CATEGORY A
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Introduction to the phenomena and processes of the Earth-atmosphere system that underlie human environment interactions and environmental change: the physical geography of Earth. Topics include: the atmosphere and fundamentals of weather and climate, water in the environment, Earth surface processes, biogeography, and human appropriation and modification of earth-atmosphere systems

Antirequisite(s): Geography 1100, Geography 2131A/B.

Extra Information: 2 lecture hours, 2 laboratory hours.

Course Weight: 0.50
CATEGORY A
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This course introduces students to the central problems, concepts, methods and applications of human geography. It pays particular attention to the ways humans interact with the world; for example, population growth, use of natural resources, culturally-based activities, urbanization and settlements, agricultural activities, and industrialization.

Antirequisite(s): Geography 1100.

Extra Information: 2 lecture hours, 2 laboratory hours.

Course Weight: 0.50
CATEGORY A
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Examines environmental change over long periods of earth history, considering both physical processes and human impacts. An integrative approach provides a basis for understanding some of the world's most pressing environment and development challenges, such as biodiversity loss, desertification, climate change, energy consumption, and persistent hunger and malnourishment.

Extra Information: 2 lecture hours, 1 tutorial hour.

Course Weight: 0.50
CATEGORY A
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Introduction to oral and written German for students with little or no previous knowledge of the language. Develop your communicative skills while learning about the cultures of the German-speaking countries.

Antirequisite(s): Grade 12 U German

Extra Information: 4 hours.

Course Weight: 1.00
CATEGORY B
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This course explores a variety of accounts regarding human happiness through the reading of primary texts from around the world, from the ancient to the contemporary period. Students will explore what it means to be happy from a number of global perspectives.

Extra Information: 3 hours.

Course Weight: 0.50
CATEGORY B
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This course explores the nature and causes of war as well as the circumstances required for peace and ways to achieve it through the reading of primary texts from around the world, from the ancient to the contemporary period.

Extra Information: 3 hours.

Course Weight: 0.50
CATEGORY B
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An introductory course in Ancient Greek covering the major points of grammar and syntax.

Antirequisite(s): Those students with Grade 12U level Ancient Greek must consult the Department before registering for this course.

Extra Information: 3 hours.

Course Weight: 1.00
CATEGORY B
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An introduction to the writing system and grammar of biblical Greek, for those with little to no previous knowledge of the language.

Antirequisite(s): The former Religious Studies 1029; Greek 5103A/B.

Extra Information: 4 hours.

Course Weight: 0.50
CATEGORY B
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A continuation of the study of biblical Greek grammar and syntax, with an emphasis on the acquisition of basic reading skills for studying the Septuagint or New Testament.

Antirequisite(s): the former Religious Studies 1029; Greek 5104A/B.

Prerequisite(s): Greek 1103A/B, Greek 5103A/B or its equivalent, or permission of the instructor.

Extra Information: 4 hours.

Course Weight: 0.50
CATEGORY B
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This course focuses on health and wellness with an emphasis on increasing knowledge and awareness of a wide variety of health-related topics, as well as on improving individual health.

Antirequisite(s): The former Health Sciences 1000.

Extra Information: 3 lecture hours.

Course Weight: 0.50
CATEGORY A
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This course introduces key social determinants of health, and orients students to viewing health in relation to social factors, equity, and social justice. Students will be introduced to basic terms, concepts, and measurements related to health, public health, population health, and health inequalities.

Antirequisite(s): The former Health Sciences 1000.

Extra Information: 3 lecture hours.

Course Weight: 0.50
CATEGORY A
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Personal resilience is widely recognized to be a cornerstone of wellbeing, and is considered essential to success in environments ranging from schools to workplaces. In this interdisciplinary course, we introduce an evidence-informed framework for the study of personal and social determinants of resilience.

Antirequisite(s): Health Sciences 2110A/B.

Extra Information: 3 contact hours.

Course Weight: 0.50
CATEGORY A
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This course is an elementary course for students who have never studied the Hebrew language or those who have not studied it beyond grade six. The course is designed to teach students the alphabet, basic grammar, syntax, and vocabulary. Course material will build basic oral and written comprehension.

Antirequisite(s): Grades 7-12 Hebrew or equivalent.

Prerequisite(s): Permission of the faculty.

Extra Information: 4 hours.

Course Weight: 1.00
CATEGORY B
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This course is an elementary course for students who have never studied the Hebrew language or those who have not studied it beyond grade 3. The course is designed to teach students the alphabet, basic grammar, syntax, and vocabulary. Course material will build basic oral and written comprehension.

Antirequisite(s): Grades 4-12 Hebrew or equivalent.

Extra Information: 4 hours.

Course Weight: 0.50
CATEGORY B
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A course in oral and written modern Hebrew for students with rudimentary knowledge of the language. Prepares students for direct progression to Hebrew 2200 Hebrew 2.

Antirequisite(s): Grade 12 University-preparatory Hebrew, or equivalent level of secondary study.

Prerequisite(s): Grade 12 University-preparatory Hebrew, or equivalent level of secondary study, or by permission of the faculty.

Extra Information: 4 hours.

Course Weight: 1.00
CATEGORY B
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An introduction to the writing system and grammar of Biblical Hebrew for those with no previous knowledge of the language. Special attention will be paid to the noun, adjective, and participle.

Antirequisite(s): Hebrew 1030 or Grade 4 Hebrew (or Grade 2 in Israel).

Extra Information: 4 hours.

Course Weight: 0.50
CATEGORY B
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Continuation of Hebrew 1040A/B. An introduction to the grammar of Biblical Hebrew for those with little previous knowledge of the language. Special attention will be paid to forms of the verb.

Antirequisite(s): Hebrew 1030 or Grade 6 Hebrew (or Grade 3 in Israel).

Prerequisite(s): Hebrew 1040A/B or permission of the Instructor.

Extra Information: 4 hours.

Course Weight: 0.50
CATEGORY B
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Introduction to oral and written Hindi for students with little or no previous knowledge of the language. Note that students who have successfully completed Grade 12 U Hindi or equivalent cannot take this course for credit.

Antirequisite(s): Grade 12 U Hindi or Hindi 1010 - Hindi 1 at Huron University College, Hindi 1035.

Extra Information: 4 hours.

Course Weight: 1.00
CATEGORY B
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For students with some background in Hindi (heritage speakers), this course develops communicative skills, speaking, reading and writing in Hindi. Students are enrolled on the basis of a placement test.

Antirequisite(s): Grade 12U Hindi and Hindi 1030.

Extra Information: 4 lecture hours

Course Weight: 1.00
CATEGORY B
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Understanding the history of the 20th century world is an important element in participating in modern society. This course will examine the origins of the historical political, economic, social and cultural forces that shape the modern world. The emphasis in this course will be on ideas that govern actions, motivate people and provide structure to our understanding of the world.

Prerequisite(s): Enrolment in the Preliminary Year Program (Brescia University College).

Extra Information: 3 lecture/seminar hours.

Course Weight: 1.00
CATEGORY A
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A survey of the political and social highlights of North American society from 1600 to the present. Only for students registered in the Preliminary Year program.

Antirequisite(s): Grade 12 U (or equivalent) History.

Extra Information: 3 hours.

Course Weight: 1.00
CATEGORY A
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Understanding the history of the 20th century world is an important element in participating in modern society. This course will examine the origins of the historical political, economic, social and cultural forces that shape the modern world from the end of the 19th century to the end of the Second World War.

Antirequisite(s): History 0011.

Prerequisite(s): Registration in a Preliminary Year program at Brescia University College.

Extra Information: 3 hours.

Course Weight: 0.50
CATEGORY A
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Understanding the history of the 20th century world is an important element in participating in modern society. This course will examine the origins of the historical political, economic, social and cultural forces that shape the modern world from the beginnings of the Cold War to our 21st century world.

Antirequisite(s): History 0011.

Prerequisite(s): Registration in a Preliminary Year program at Brescia University College.

Extra Information: 3 hours.

Course Weight: 0.50
CATEGORY A
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Examines Canadian experience from the earliest times to the present. Lectures and tutorials stress varied historical interpretations and divergent opinions concerning Canada's growth.

Antirequisite(s): History 2201E.

Extra Information: 3 hours.

Course Weight: 1.00
CATEGORY A

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Huron King's

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Examines Canadian experience from the earliest times to the present. Lectures and tutorials stress varied historical interpretations and divergent opinions concerning Canada's growth.

Antirequisite(s): History 2201E.

Extra Information: 3 hours.

Course Weight: 1.00
CATEGORY A

This course is also offered at:

King's Brescia

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Examines Canadian experience from the earliest times to the present. Lectures and tutorials stress varied historical interpretations and divergent opinions concerning Canada's growth.

Antirequisite(s): History 2201E.

Extra Information: 3 hours.

Course Weight: 1.00
CATEGORY A

This course is also offered at:

Huron Brescia

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This course examines controversial issues in Canadian History from European colonization to the present. The focus is on debates over the meaning of events, people, and policies. Topics include Indigenous-settler conflicts, expulsion of the Acadians, John A. Macdonald, residential schools, religious and language rights, and wartime treatment of minorities.

Antirequisite(s): History 1201E.

Extra Information: 3 hours.

Course Weight: 0.50
CATEGORY A
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This experiential learning course is designed to introduce first year students to Canadian history, how history is made, and communicated to the public. Traveling to places that challenge how we think about Canada, students will study historical documents, historian’s reflections about them, and how this history is communicated in place.

Extra Information: 3 hours.

Course Weight: 0.50
CATEGORY A
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Examines central events and themes of modern European history, including: origins and impact of the French and industrial revolutions; Napoleonic wars; liberalism and reaction; socialism; nationalism; women's emancipation movements; imperialism, national rivalries and world wars; the Russian Revolution, Communist rule, and the collapse of the Soviet Union; Nazism; European integration.

Antirequisite(s): History 1402F/G; History 1403F/G.

Extra Information: 2 lecture hours, 1 tutorial hour (Main); 3 hours (Brescia, Huron, King's).

Course Weight: 1.00
CATEGORY A

This course is also offered at:

Huron King's Brescia

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Examines central events and themes of modern European history, including: origins and impact of the French and industrial revolutions; Napoleonic wars; liberalism and reaction; socialism; nationalism; women's emancipation movements; imperialism, national rivalries and world wars; the Russian Revolution, Communist rule, and the collapse of the Soviet Union; Nazism; European integration.

Antirequisite(s): History 1402F/G; History 1403F/G.

Extra Information: 2 lecture hours, 1 tutorial hour (Main); 3 hours (Brescia, Huron, King's).

Course Weight: 1.00
CATEGORY A

This course is also offered at:

Western Main Campus Huron King's

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Examines central events and themes of modern European history, including: origins and impact of the French and industrial revolutions; Napoleonic wars; liberalism and reaction; socialism; nationalism; women's emancipation movements; imperialism, national rivalries and world wars; the Russian Revolution, Communist rule, and the collapse of the Soviet Union; Nazism; European integration.

Antirequisite(s): History 1402F/G; History 1403F/G.

Extra Information: 2 lecture hours, 1 tutorial hour (Main); 3 hours (Brescia, Huron, King's).

Course Weight: 1.00
CATEGORY A

This course is also offered at:

Western Main Campus King's Brescia

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Examines central events and themes of modern European history, including: origins and impact of the French and industrial revolutions; Napoleonic wars; liberalism and reaction; socialism; nationalism; women's emancipation movements; imperialism, national rivalries and world wars; the Russian Revolution, Communist rule, and the collapse of the Soviet Union; Nazism; European integration.

Antirequisite(s): History 1402F/G; History 1403F/G.

Extra Information: 2 lecture hours, 1 tutorial hour (Main); 3 hours (Brescia, Huron, King's).

Course Weight: 1.00
CATEGORY A

This course is also offered at:

Western Main Campus Huron Brescia

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Examines central events and themes of European history from the start of the Enlightenment through the First World War, including: origins and impact of the French and industrial revolutions; selected political thinkers from Montesquieu to Nietzsche; German and Italian unification; working-class movements; women's emancipation movements; imperialism; the First World War.

Antirequisite(s): History 1401E. Extra information: 2 lecture hours and 1 tutorial hour per week.

Course Weight: 0.50
CATEGORY A
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Examines the Russian Revolution and Stalinism; Hitler’s rise to power, goals, and methods of rule; the Second World War; the Cold War; decolonization; post-war social changes; European integration; the collapse of the Soviet empire; Vladimir Putin’s rise and rule; and European responses to immigration, climate change, and other challenges.

Antirequisite(s): History 1401E. Extra information: 2 lecture hours and 1 tutorial hour per week.

Course Weight: 0.50
CATEGORY A
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An introduction to the theory and practice of totalitarianism through a comparative study of regimes established by Hitler, Stalin and Mussolini. Topics include the seizure of power, personality cults, culture, education and propaganda, bio-politics, terror, war, the Holocaust, resistance movements.

Antirequisite(s): History 2147A/B.

Extra Information: 3 hours.

Course Weight: 1.00
CATEGORY A

This course is also offered at:

King's

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An introduction to the theory and practice of totalitarianism through a comparative study of regimes established by Hitler, Stalin and Mussolini. Topics include the seizure of power, personality cults, culture, education and propaganda, bio-politics, terror, war, the Holocaust, resistance movements.

Antirequisite(s): History 2147A/B.

Extra Information: 3 hours.

Course Weight: 1.00
CATEGORY A

This course is also offered at:

Brescia

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The history of China, Korea and Japan from earliest development until modern times. The course emphasizes that although they are independent nations their histories are intertwined.

Extra Information: 2 lecture hours, 1 tutorial hour.

Course Weight: 1.00
CATEGORY A

This course is also offered at:

Huron King's

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The history of China, Korea and Japan from earliest development until modern times. The course emphasizes that although they are independent nations their histories are intertwined.

Extra Information: 2 lecture hours, 1 tutorial hour.

Course Weight: 1.00
CATEGORY A

This course is also offered at:

Western Main Campus King's

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The history of China, Korea and Japan from earliest development until modern times. The course emphasizes that although they are independent nations their histories are intertwined.

Extra Information: 2 lecture hours, 1 tutorial hour.

Course Weight: 1.00
CATEGORY A

This course is also offered at:

Western Main Campus Huron

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This half course examines the historical context of several thorny issues facing China at both international and domestic fronts: the strategic competition with the US, South China Sea disputes, and border tensions with Japan and India, as well as the separatist/autonomist movements in Taiwan, Hong Kong, Tibet, and Xinjiang.

Extra Information: 3 hours.

Course Weight: 0.50
CATEGORY A
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This course will focus on the innovative use of primary sources to examine alternative histories to traditional nationalist narratives. Themes will include historiography and historical method, social and cultural history, history from below, local histories, indigenous histories, histories of the emotions and micro-histories.

Antirequisite(s): History 1802E.

Extra Information: 3 hours.

Course Weight: 0.50
CATEGORY A
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Designed to provide a broad historical background and to develop analytical skills, this course examines several themes underlying the development of the modern world.The course further emphasizes historical debates about these themes and seeks to familiarize students with the concept of historiography.

Extra Information: 3 hours.

Course Weight: 1.00
CATEGORY A

This course is also offered at:

King's

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Designed to provide a broad historical background and to develop analytical skills, this course examines several themes underlying the development of the modern world.The course further emphasizes historical debates about these themes and seeks to familiarize students with the concept of historiography.

Extra Information: 3 hours.

Course Weight: 1.00
CATEGORY A

This course is also offered at:

Huron

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This course will focus on the innovative use of primary sources to examine alternative histories to traditional nationalist narratives. Themes will include social and cultural history, history from below, local histories, indigenous histories, histories of the emotions and micro-histories.

Extra Information: 3 hours.

Course Weight: 1.00
CATEGORY A
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This course examines market and economic infrastructures, institutions, and actors shaping global markets from the early Empires to today. Considering economic exchange across Asia, the Indian Subcontinent, Africa, the Americas, and Europe provides a platform to probe historic business elements, with special attention given to various waves of economic globalization.

Extra Information: 2 lecture hours, 1 tutorial hour.

Course Weight: 1.00
CATEGORY A
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This course uses influential and short historical documents to introduce students to the study of history. Designed for students intending to major in history, each week students will study a new primary document that had global reach and implication in the daily lives of millions of people, living in both the past and present.

Extra Information: 3 hours.

Course Weight: 0.50
CATEGORY A
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The rise of nations created the ‘international’ as a space, community, experience and ideology. This course examines international actors, experiences, and belief systems and traces their effects on peoples’ lives and on international relations, 1880s to the 1990s. Topics include war, peace, migration, human rights, and international relations. Extra information: 2 lecture hours and 1 tutorial hour per week.

Course Weight: 0.50
CATEGORY A
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This course examines four transformational wars in the history of the world in detail, both in lectures and in small discussion groups that will also focus on the development of foundational analytical and writing skills. Topics include the implications and effects of war for civilians, trade, popular culture and technology.

Extra Information: 2 lecture hours, 1 tutorial hour.

Course Weight: 1.00
CATEGORY A
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This course examines major revolutions and `turning points' that changed history. Topics include the Renaissance and Reformation, the Scientific Revolution, the Industrial Revolution, and the 'Sexual Revolution' of the 1960's. Political revolutions to be studied include the American and French Revolutions, and 20th century revolutions in China, Russia and Iran.

Extra Information: 3 hours.

Course Weight: 0.50
CATEGORY A
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This course investigates how religious conflict shaped our world. We examine the relationship between religious belief, social identity, secular ideology and political violence in such cases as the spread of Islam and the Crusades, the European wars of religion, and modern global religious conflicts.

Extra Information: 3 hours.

Course Weight: 0.50
CATEGORY A
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A survey of the relationship between history and the law that examines how change in society, politics, culture and the economy has shaped the development of law and legal institutions. It also examines how judges and lawyers use (and misuse) historical thinking in their legal arguments and reasoning.

Extra Information: 3 hours.

Course Weight: 0.50
CATEGORY A
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What is love? How have concepts of love changed over time? This course will examine sources associated with the history of love: letters, films, sentimental jewelry, travel literature, opinion surveys, folklore, literature, newspapers, political speeches, sermons and medical treatises, to discover what they reveal about the histories of love.

Extra Information: 3 hours.

Course Weight: 0.50
CATEGORY A
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What defines an action as violent? How have these definitions of violence in past societies changed over time? This course will explore these questions with examples of violence from the classical, medieval and modern periods, looking at warfare, everyday violence, assassination, suicide, duels, infanticide, paramilitary violence and terrorism.

Extra Information: 3 hours.

Course Weight: 0.50
CATEGORY A
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Knowledge of the past is necessary to understand the political crises of our present. This class will teach students how to curate knowledgeably the flood of news in the modern global media, by asking them to research and assess six historical claims in contemporary headlines.

Extra Information: 3 hours.

Course Weight: 0.50
CATEGORY A
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This course explores how precious objects such as religious relics, ancient artifacts, luxury goods, and commodities have shaped global history. Using the lens of comparative material culture, students will investigate how diverse cultures have interpreted, competed over, and used objects of desire in religion, diplomacy, trade, war, imperialism, and migration.

Extra Information: 3 hours.

Course Weight: 0.50
CATEGORY A
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See History Department for current offerings.

Extra Information: 3 hours.

Course Weight: 0.50
CATEGORY A
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See History Department for current offerings.

Extra Information: 3 hours.

Course Weight: 0.50
CATEGORY A
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See History Department for current offerings.

Extra Information: 3 hours.

Course Weight: 0.50
CATEGORY A
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This course will explore a different theme year, reflecting faculty research interests. Weekly seminar meetings will feature intensive discussion of assigned readings. Students will gain experience critically examining both primary and secondary sources. Written assignments will develop Brescia competencies. The curriculum may include guest lecturers and/or field trips.

Extra Information: 2 hours.

Course Weight: 0.50
CATEGORY A
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The History unit of the King's Foundations in Western Thought and Civilization introduces students to major processes, personalities, and events in the historical development of the modern world and what is described as "the West", while developing and refining students' fundamental skills in historical methodology.

Antirequisite(s): History 1801E.

Prerequisite(s): Must be registered in the King's Foundations in Western Thought and Civilization, or the former Foundations in the Humanities Corequisite(s): English 1901E and Philosophy 1901E

Extra Information: 3 hours. There may be additional costs associated with field trips.

Course Weight: 1.00
CATEGORY A
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This course is a preliminary exploration of the interdisciplinary field of Human Rights Studies that examines historical and contemporary human rights and their impact on people’s lives around the world. Topics include legal and religious conceptions of rights, debates over rights, and their practical applications in law, policy and workplaces.

Extra Information: 2 lecture hours, 1 tutorial hour.

Course Weight: 0.50
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An interdisciplinary survey of Indigenous issues, from academic and community perspectives including indigenous knowledge, historical background, oral history, socio-political context, arts, language and culture. Specific practical examples will be explored by researchers and community members actually engaged in their contemporary documentation and resolution.

Extra Information: 2 lecture hours, 1 tutorial hour.

Course Weight: 1.00
CATEGORY A
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Solving the scientific problems that face humanity today requires an integrated approach. Students in this collaborative course will examine the nature of classical experiments, the scientific method, experimental design, the impact of scientific revolutions, and how the scientific process has evolved over time.

Prerequisite(s): Enrolment in Year 1 of the Western Integrated Science program.

Extra Information: 3 lecture hours biweekly.

Course Weight: 0.50
CATEGORY C
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Explore foundational topics in astronomy, biology, chemistry, computer science, earth science, mathematics, and physics through an integrated questions-based approach. Small-group interactions and interdisciplinary laboratory experiments are designed to foster teamwork, interdisciplinary thinking, and the development problem-solving and critical-thinking skills.


Prerequisite(s): Enrolment in Year 1 of the Western Integrated Science program and a minimum of 60% in each of Calculus 1000A/B or Calculus 1500A/B; Chemistry 1301A/B; and Physics 1201A/B or Physics 1501A/B or the former Physics 1301A/B.

Extra Information: 13 lecture hours and 10 laboratory/tutorial hours per week.

Course Weight: 2.00
CATEGORY C
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This course is designed to provide students who are registered in a Brescia University College Preliminary Year Program with opportunities to learn new academic abilities and upgrade skills needed to achieve success in the Canadian university environment. Successful completion of IDS 0010A/B is required to pass Preliminary Year at Brescia.

Antirequisite(s): Interdisciplinary Studies 0015.

Prerequisite(s): Enrolment in the Preliminary Year Program at Brescia University College.

Extra Information: 2 lecture/seminar hours/week.

Course Weight: 0.50
CATEGORY A
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This course is designed to provide students who are registered in the Brescia University College Preliminary Year with opportunities to learn new abilities and upgrade skills needed to achieve success in the university environment. Successful completion of Interdisciplinary Studies 0015 is required to pass Preliminary Year at Brescia.

Prerequisite(s): Enrolment in the Preliminary Year Program (Brescia University College).

Extra Information: 1.5 hours.

Course Weight: 0
CATEGORY A
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An introduction to key world-wide challenges in the areas of politics, economics, culture, and society. Topics may include human rights, international trade, globalization of disease, and environmental issues.

Extra Information: 3 hours.

Course Weight: 0.50
CATEGORY A
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Brescia's interdisciplinary first-year seminar explores a selected topic from multiple disciplinary perspectives to provide a foundation in the liberal arts. Through readings, discussions, group work, and inquiry-based learning, students will explore the topic from multiple perspectives while developing a core set of academic skills including information literacy, communication, problem solving, and critical thinking.

Antirequisite(s): Interdisciplinary Studies 1015F/G, 2115F/G.

Extra Information: 1 lecture hour, 2 seminar/tutorial hours/week.

Course Weight: 1.00
CATEGORY A
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An interdisciplinary seminar focusing on a current-issue or specialized topic, as selected by the instructor. Through focused class discussions and exercises, students will explore the topic from multiple perspectives while developing a core set of skills including information literacy, written and oral communication, and critical thinking.


Extra Information: 3 lecture/seminar hours.

Course Weight: 0.50
CATEGORY A
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An interdisciplinary course for students in the humanities and social sciences. Through intellectually challenging projects focused on texts from multiple fields of inquiry, students will reflect critically on the production of knowledge and will gain substantial exercise and mentorship in interpretation, reading, research, writing, and oral expression.

Course Weight: 1.00
CATEGORY A
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This integrated team-taught course tackles urgent contemporary problems such as freedom and tyranny, the difficulties of progress, etc., through the subject areas of History, Philosophy, Political Science, Economics, Religious Studies, and English Literature. This “sampler” experience combines diverse disciplinary perspectives with deep knowledge of an important world issue.

Extra Information: 3 hours.

Course Weight: 1.00
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A seminar exploring alternative research approaches to a series of topics, issues, or phenomena that have been identified by the students enrolled in the course as part of their application to the Huron Scholar’s Electives Program.

Prerequisite(s): Enrolment in Scholar’s Electives Program at Huron.

Extra Information: 2 hours per week.

Course Weight: 0.50
CATEGORY A
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A seminar that explores how principles of qualitative and quantitative research, and of information literacy, may be applied to a series of research questions identified by the members of the class. Principles and practices of research ethics will be explored as appropriate.

Prerequisite(s): Enrolment in Scholar’s Electives Program at Huron.

Extra Information: 2 hours per week.

Course Weight: 0.50
CATEGORY A
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This interdisciplinary course explores human happiness through the exclusive study of complete primary texts from around the world, from the ancient to the contemporary period.

Extra Information: 3 hours.

Course Weight: 0.50
CATEGORY A
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This course provides an interdisciplinary study on living well, learning deeply, and leading to serve others. It will introduce the topics: what is a good life, living your values, understanding how the world works with attention to information literacy and the ethics of a digital world, and exploring agents of change in a complex world.

Prerequisite(s): Restricted to Brescia students.

Extra Information: Pass/Fail; 1 lecture hour, 1 seminar hour/week.

Course Weight: 0.50
CATEGORY A
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An introduction to oral and written Italian with emphasis on the development of communicative skills. No previous knowledge of Italian is required. Note that students who have successfully completed Grade 12 U Italian or equivalent cannot take this course for credit.

Antirequisite(s): Grade 12 U Italian, Italian 1033.

Extra Information: 3 lecture hours plus 1 hour online.

Course Weight: 1.00
CATEGORY B
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Buongiorno! Learn Italian while collecting stories about your family or the local Italian-Canadian community. This beginners course for students with little or no previous knowledge of Italian includes a Community Service Leaning component to build a digital archive.

Antirequisite(s): Italian 1030, Grade 12 U Italian.

Extra Information: 4 hours.

Course Weight: 1.00
CATEGORY B
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This course is designed for students with little or no previous knowledge of Italian. An introduction to Italian in an active and practical way, the course emphasizes travel competence. Based in Tuscany, students will acquire an understanding of multifaceted contemporary Italian culture.

Antirequisite(s): Students with Grade 12U Italian or OAC Italian, or with previous knowledge of Italian must consult the Department before registering for this course.

Extra Information: Accelerated 40 lecture hours over 3 weeks, including pre-departure sessions. The course takes place in Italy during Intersession. See Department for information on application procedure.

Course Weight: 0.50
CATEGORY B
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This course is a continuation of Italian 1045A/B. An introduction to Italian in an active and practical way, the course emphasizes travel competence. Based in Tuscany, students will acquire an understanding of multifaceted contemporary Italian culture.

Antirequisite(s): Students with Grade 12U Italian or OAC Italian, or with previous knowledge of Italian must consult the Department before registering for this course.

Prerequisite(s): Italian 1045A/B or permission of the department.

Extra Information: 40 lecture hours over 3 weeks. The course takes place in Italy during Intersession. See Department for information on application procedure.

Course Weight: 0.50
CATEGORY B
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An intensive introduction to spoken and written Japanese with emphasis on the development of communicative skills. Intended for students with little or no previous knowledge of Japanese. Prepares students for progression to Japanese 2260. Note that students who have successfully completed Grade 12 U Japanese or equivalent cannot take this course for credit.

Antirequisite(s): Grade 12 U Japanese, or Japanese 1050, Japanese 1051A/B, Japanese 1052A/B.

Extra Information: 4 hours.

Course Weight: 1.00
CATEGORY B
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An introduction to spoken and written Japanese with emphasis on the development of communicative skills. Intended for students with little or no previous knowledge of Japanese. Prepares students for progression to Japanese 2250.


Extra Information: 4 hours. Those students with Grade 12U Japanese must consult the Department before registering for this course.

Course Weight: 1.00
CATEGORY B
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An introduction to spoken and written Japanese with emphasis on the development of communicative skills. Intended for students with little or no previous knowledge of Japanese. Prepares students for progression to Japanese 1052A/B.

Antirequisite(s): Japanese 1036, Japanese 1050.

Extra Information: 4 hours. Those students with Grade 12U Japanese must consult the Department before registering for this course.

Course Weight: 0.50
CATEGORY B
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An introduction to spoken and written Japanese with emphasis on the development of communicative skills. Intended for students with little or no previous knowledge of Japanese. Prepares students for progression to Japanese 2250.

Antirequisite(s): Japanese 1036, Japanese 1050.

Prerequisite(s): Japanese 1051A/B.

Extra Information: 4 hours. Those students with Grade 12U Japanese must consult the Department before registering for this course.

Course Weight: 0.50
CATEGORY B
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A multi-disciplinary overview of Japan. Contents include territory, people, language, religion, economy, popular culture, science and technology, among others. Students investigate - and formulate questions - on Japan and East Asia within today's globalized world, identify their own cultural bias toward less familiar subjects, and critically evaluate diverse perspectives. Taught in English.

Extra Information: 3 hours.

Course Weight: 0.50
CATEGORY B
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A selective survey of various recent Jewish philosophical self-understandings, including an examination of some contemporary Jewish biblical scholarship dealing with disputed moral issues such as sexuality, reproductive issues, the position of women, capital punishment, and the environment.

Extra Information: 3 hours.

Course Weight: 0.50
CATEGORY A
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An introductory survey of some of the forms that anti-Semitic ideas have taken from the time of the later Roman Empire until today, together with an examination of some responses to those ideas by philosophers and political theorists.

Extra Information: 3 hours.

Course Weight: 0.50
CATEGORY A
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An introduction to the historical, philosophical, social, and management foundations of exercise, physical activity, and sport. These perspectives are considered in the context of contemporary topics in the field.

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Extra Information: 3 lecture hours.

Course Weight: 0.50
CATEGORY A
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A gross anatomical description of systemic structure and function of the human body, with emphasis on skeletal, muscular and cardiovascular systems. Integration between systems will be discussed using clinical examples related to sport, medicine, and physical therapy. Antirequisites: Kinesiology 2222A/B, Anatomy and Cell Biology 2200A/B, Anatomy and Cell Biology 2221, Health Sciences 2300A/B, Health Sciences 2330A/B.

Prerequisite(s): Grade 12U Biology or equivalent is strongly recommended.

Extra Information: 3 lecture hours, 1 laboratory hour.

Course Weight: 0.50
CATEGORY A
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To obtain basic knowledge in the psychology of human movement science research. The student will become familiar with the latest theory and research from the four pillars of sport psychology, exercise psychology, theoretical models of sedentary behaviour and innovative ways to reduce sedentary behaviour.

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Extra Information: 3 lecture hours.

Course Weight: 0.50
CATEGORY A
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Fundamental concepts and theories related to movement learning and control will be introduced. The material will address many of the factors that affect the production of motor behaviour. Students will learn about the basis for movement skill and variables that can be used to improve level of skill.

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Extra Information: 3 lecture hours, 3 laboratory hours biweekly.

Course Weight: 0.50
CATEGORY A
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An introduction to understanding, speaking, reading, and writing Korean with emphasis on oral skills. Intended for students with little or no previous knowledge of Korean. Prepares students directly for Korean 2200. Note that students who have successfully completed Grade 12 U Korean or equivalent cannot take this course for credit.

Antirequisite(s): Grade 12U Korean, Korean 1035.

Extra Information: 4 hours.

Course Weight: 1.00
CATEGORY B
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For students with some background in Korean (heritage speakers), this course develops communicative skills, speaking, reading and writing in Korean. Prepares students for progression into Korean 2200. Students are enrolled on the basis of a placement test.

Antirequisite(s): Grade 12U Korean and Korean 1030.

Extra Information: 4 lecture hours.

Course Weight: 1.00
CATEGORY B
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An introduction course in Latin covering major points of grammar and syntax.

Antirequisite(s): Those students with Grade 12U level Latin must consult the Department before registering for this course.

Extra Information: 3 lecture hours.

Course Weight: 1.00
CATEGORY B
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In this course students are introduced to the history and evolution of approaches to leadership, and discover what makes an effective leader in today’s world.

Prerequisite(s): Registration in a Preliminary Year program at Brescia University College.

Extra Information: 3 hours.

Course Weight: 0.50
CATEGORY A
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Using the learning approach of knowing, doing, and being, this course explores the identity development, emergence, and effectiveness of leaders. Topics include leader character; traits; skills and competencies; behaviours; styles; power, influence, and persuasion; transactional and transformational leadership; and leader-member exchange - all examined through critical methods.

Antirequisite(s): Leadership Studies 1035A/B; Governance, Leadership and Ethics 2003F/G, the former Leadership Studies 1000A/B, the former Leadership Studies 1031.

Extra Information: 3 hours.

Course Weight: 0.50
CATEGORY A
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Using the learning approach of knowing, doing, and being, this course explores the relational processes of leadership. Topics include communication; conflict resolution; team dynamics; giving voice to values; context of culture; authentic, adaptive, and collective leadership - all examined through critical methods.

Antirequisite(s): Leadership Studies 1035A/B; Governance, Leadership and Ethics 2003F/G, the former Leadership Studies 1000A/B, the former Leadership Studies 1031.

Extra Information: 3 hours.

Course Weight: 0.50
CATEGORY A
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An introduction to various aspects of the study of leadership with application to foods and nutrition. Areas of concern include transformational leadership, culture and leadership, elements of effective leadership, and case studies involving leadership and foods and nutrition.

Antirequisite(s): Leadership Studies 1032A/B, Leadership Studies 1033A/B, the former Dimensions of Leadership 1000A/B, the former Dimensions of Leadership 1031, the former Dimensions of Leadership 1035.

Prerequisite(s): Registration in Foods and Nutrition programs or permission of the School of Food and Nutritional Sciences.

Extra Information: 3 lecture hours.

Course Weight: 0.50
CATEGORY A
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Acquaints students with human language and how it relates to society and to the mind. Topics include applications of linguistics, such as language acquisition, language and law, language disorders, and language variation across time, space and society.

Prerequisite(s): One of Anthropology 1027A/B, Linguistics 2288A/B, (both French 2805A/B, French 2806A/B), Spanish 3303A/B, the former French 2800 or permission of Linguistics program.

Extra Information: 3 hours of lecture/tutorial.

Course Weight: 0.50
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A multidisciplinary introduction to Management and Organizational Studies within the Faculty of Social Science.

Prerequisite(s): Enrolment in BMOS.

Extra Information: 2 lecture hours, 1 tutorial hour.

Course Weight: 0.50
CATEGORY A

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Huron King's

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A multidisciplinary introduction to Management and Organizational Studies within the Faculty of Social Science.

Prerequisite(s): Enrolment in BMOS.

Extra Information: 2 lecture hours, 1 tutorial hour.

Course Weight: 0.50
CATEGORY A

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King's Brescia

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A multidisciplinary introduction to Management and Organizational Studies within the Faculty of Social Science.

Prerequisite(s): Enrolment in BMOS.

Extra Information: 2 lecture hours, 1 tutorial hour.

Course Weight: 0.50
CATEGORY A

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Huron Brescia

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This course introduces students to the study of management and organizations based on best available evidence. Topics covered may include consumer behavior, human resource management, business processes, intercultural relations, and multinational corporations in a globalized economy.These topics are fundamental to understanding managing people, consumer choice, and global commerce.

Prerequisite(s): Enrolment in BMOS on Main Campus or Music Administrative Studies (MAS)

Extra Information: 3 lecture hours.

Course Weight: 0.50
CATEGORY A
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This course introduces students to the study of management and organizations, based on best available evidence. Coverage includes consumer behavior and human resource management. These disciplines, which are informed by social science research, are fundamental to understanding products, consumer choice, markets, and the interface between employers and the organization.

Prerequisite(s): Enrolment in BMOS. Pre-or Corequisite(s): MOS 1023A/B

Extra Information: 3 lecture hours.

Course Weight: 0.50
CATEGORY A
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This course is designed as a survey of Commercial Aviation. Topics include: History of Aviation Transportation, Flight Theory and Performance, Aviation Business, Human Factors, Canadian Airspace, Air Traffic Control, and Aviation Safety.

Prerequisite(s): Enrolment in the Commercial Aviation module of BMOS.

Extra Information: 3 lecture hours.

Course Weight: 0.50
CATEGORY A
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This course provides students with a basic introduction to the fields of accounting and corporate finance. The accounting unit introduces students to basic accounting concepts from financial and managerial accounting. The corporate finance unit explains how financial markets work and how corporate managers use these markets to create and sustain corporate value.

Prerequisite(s): Enrolment in BMOS on Main Campus or Music Administrative Studies (MAS)

Extra Information: 3 lecture hours.

Course Weight: 0.50
CATEGORY A

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Brescia

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This course provides students with a basic introduction to the fields of accounting and corporate finance. The accounting unit introduces students to basic accounting concepts from financial and managerial accounting. The corporate finance unit explains how financial markets work and how corporate managers use these markets to create and sustain corporate value.

Prerequisite(s): Enrollment in BMOS. Pre-or Corequisite(s): MOS 1021A/B.

Extra Information: 3 lecture hours.

Course Weight: 0.50
CATEGORY A

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Western Main Campus

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This course will introduce students to nonprofit organizations and the nature of the political, social, economic, regulatory, and cultural context in which they operate. Topics will include governance and organizational structure, resource acquisition, public and government relations, volunteer management, partnerships and accountability. The course will prepare students for the unique strategic challenges in leading nonprofit organizations.

Extra Information: 3 lecture hours.

Course Weight: 0.50
CATEGORY A
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This course covers the skills and information used by business managers to become literate in the Information Technology environment without becoming an expert. Students will understand what current options and issues exist in I.T., the terminology, project management and will develop specific software skills useful to an efficient manager.

Antirequisite(s): Computer Science 1032A/B, and all Computer Science courses numbered 2200 or higher.

Extra Information: 3 lecture hours.

Course Weight: 0.50
CATEGORY A
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Set theory, algebra, functions and relations, trigonometry, logarithms and exponents.

Antirequisite(s): Ontario Secondary School MCV4U, any university level calculus course.

Prerequisite(s): One or more of Ontario Secondary School MCF3M, MCR3U, or equivalent.

Extra Information: 3 hours.

Course Weight: 0.50
CATEGORY C

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King's

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Set theory, algebra, functions and relations, trigonometry, logarithms and exponents.

Antirequisite(s): Ontario Secondary School MCV4U, any university level calculus course.

Prerequisite(s): One or more of Ontario Secondary School MCF3M, MCR3U, or equivalent.

Extra Information: 3 hours.

Course Weight: 0.50
CATEGORY C

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Brescia

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Review of mathematical operations and linear equations; introduction to functions; introductory finite mathematics, including combinatorics and probability; introductory financial mathematics, including compound interest and annuities. Antirequisites: Ontario Secondary School MCV4U, Mathematics 0105A/B, or any university-level calculus course.

Prerequisite(s): Ontario Secondary School MCF3M, MCR3U, or equivalent.

Extra Information: 4 lecture hours.

Course Weight: 0.50
CATEGORY C

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Huron King's

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Review of mathematical operations and linear equations; introduction to functions; introductory finite mathematics, including combinatorics and probability; introductory financial mathematics, including compound interest and annuities. Antirequisites: Ontario Secondary School MCV4U, Mathematics 0105A/B, or any university-level calculus course.

Prerequisite(s): Ontario Secondary School MCF3M, MCR3U, or equivalent.

Extra Information: 4 lecture hours.

Course Weight: 0.50
CATEGORY C

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King's Brescia

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Review of mathematical operations and linear equations; introduction to functions; introductory finite mathematics, including combinatorics and probability; introductory financial mathematics, including compound interest and annuities. Antirequisites: Ontario Secondary School MCV4U, Mathematics 0105A/B, or any university-level calculus course.

Prerequisite(s): Ontario Secondary School MCF3M, MCR3U, or equivalent.

Extra Information: 4 lecture hours.

Course Weight: 0.50
CATEGORY C

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Huron Brescia

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Introduction to differential calculus including limits, continuity, definition of derivative, rules for differentiation, implicit differentiation, velocity, acceleration, related rates, maxima and minima, exponential functions, logarithmic functions, differentiation of exponential and logarithmic functions, curve sketching.

Antirequisite(s): Mathematics 1225A/B, Mathematics 1230A/B, Calculus 1000A/B, Calculus 1500A/B, Numerical and Mathematical Methods 1412A/B, the former Applied Mathematics 1412A/B, the former Applied Mathematics 1413.

Prerequisite(s): One or more of Ontario Secondary School MCF3M, MCR3U, or equivalent.

Extra Information: 4 lecture hours.

Course Weight: 0.50
CATEGORY C

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Huron King's Brescia

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Introduction to differential calculus including limits, continuity, definition of derivative, rules for differentiation, implicit differentiation, velocity, acceleration, related rates, maxima and minima, exponential functions, logarithmic functions, differentiation of exponential and logarithmic functions, curve sketching.

Antirequisite(s): Mathematics 1225A/B, Mathematics 1230A/B, Calculus 1000A/B, Calculus 1500A/B, Numerical and Mathematical Methods 1412A/B, the former Applied Mathematics 1412A/B, the former Applied Mathematics 1413.

Prerequisite(s): One or more of Ontario Secondary School MHF4U, MCR3U, Mathematics 0105A/B, Mathematics 0109A/B, or equivalent

Extra Information: 4 lecture hours.

Course Weight: 0.50
CATEGORY C

This course is also offered at:

Western Main Campus Huron King's

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Introduction to differential calculus including limits, continuity, definition of derivative, rules for differentiation, implicit differentiation, velocity, acceleration, related rates, maxima and minima, exponential functions, logarithmic functions, differentiation of exponential and logarithmic functions, curve sketching.

Antirequisite(s): Mathematics 1225A/B, Mathematics 1230A/B, Calculus 1000A/B, Calculus 1500A/B, Numerical and Mathematical Methods 1412A/B, the former Applied Mathematics 1412A/B, the former Applied Mathematics 1413.

Prerequisite(s): One or more of Ontario Secondary School MHF4U, MCR3U, Mathematics 0105A/B, Mathematics 0109A/B, or equivalent

Extra Information: 4 lecture hours.

Course Weight: 0.50
CATEGORY C

This course is also offered at:

Western Main Campus King's Brescia

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Introduction to differential calculus including limits, continuity, definition of derivative, rules for differentiation, implicit differentiation, velocity, acceleration, related rates, maxima and minima, exponential functions, logarithmic functions, differentiation of exponential and logarithmic functions, curve sketching.

Antirequisite(s): Mathematics 1225A/B, Mathematics 1230A/B, Calculus 1000A/B, Calculus 1500A/B, Numerical and Mathematical Methods 1412A/B, the former Applied Mathematics 1412A/B, the former Applied Mathematics 1413.

Prerequisite(s): One or more of Ontario Secondary School MHF4U, MCR3U, Mathematics 0105A/B, Mathematics 0109A/B, or equivalent

Extra Information: 4 lecture hours.

Course Weight: 0.50
CATEGORY C

This course is also offered at:

Western Main Campus Huron Brescia

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