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									                     2011-12
                     Distance
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Extended Education
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On behalf of our staff, welcome
to Distance and Online Education!
Are you looking for courses without a fixed class   To contact us for information or assistance,
schedule? Would you like to study year round?       see the directory on page 4, drop by our
Or are you looking to complete an entire            offices at 188D Extended Education Complex,
degree program from home? If so, you should         or visit umanitoba.ca/distance.
consider joining the 7000 students currently        We wish you every success in your studies.
enrolled in over 140 degree courses we offer
                                                    Jonathan Dyck, Ph.D.
from 11 faculties. Distance courses are a great     Director, Distance and Online Education
way to flex your degree studies.
What motivates students to take                                 Online learning
Distance and Online Education courses?                          All Distance and Online Education courses are offered online.
Our students have many different circumstances that motivate    They are hosted by an online learning management system
them to enroll in distance education courses. Students often:   where you can log on to the UM web server and access your
                                                                course website in a secure environment. You can read course
· work in service jobs or work shifts;                          materials, chat with your classmates and instructor, submit
· have young families and enjoy the convenience of              assignments and check assignment grades, all online.
  studying at home;                                             Access to online courses is at umanitoba.ca/angel.
· are full-time students using distance education courses
  as a way to flex their schedules;                             How our courses work
· live or work at a geographic distance from the UM; or
                                                                Online course deliveries vary, but standard features in all
· continue to study year round in order to more quickly         courses include interaction options such as chat, student
  complete their degrees.                                       lounge and e-mail, and online assignment submission.
                                                                Courses may also feature one or more of the following features:
Distance and Online Education (DE) provides learners            · PDFs of course materials in the course website
throughout Manitoba, Canada, and the world with                 · Synchronous online or telephone audioconferences
an opportunity to complete university degree credit               (required in some courses)
courses without attending a scheduled class.                    · Tutorials (Fort Garry Campus)
· Learn online anywhere and at anytime                          · Audio/video resources
· Convenient and flexible                                       · Links to online library and web resources
· Plan your study schedule to your advantage




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                                                                                                                                          University of Manitoba - Fort Garry Campus
Contents
     Directory ..................................................................................................4

1 Introduction ........................................................................................7
    Flexible Degree Studies ....................................................................8
        Distance and Online Education provides
        more options ...........................................................................................9
             Canadian Virtual University .................................................9
             Military Support Office ..........................................................9
             Campus Manitoba ....................................................................9
        Frequently asked questions ........................................................10
        Accessing online courses ..............................................................12

2 Degreesof& Programs .........................................................13
   Bachelor Arts ...................................................................................15
        Bachelor of Arts in Geography ..................................................17
        Post-Baccalaureate Diploma in Education Program .......18
        Bachelor of Social Work ..................................................................19

3 Course Schedule & Descriptions ....................21
   What’s on Aurora Student? ..........................................................28
        Course Descriptions .........................................................................29

  Admission,
4 & AcademicRegistration
             Schedule ......................................................47
        Getting started overview ..............................................................48
        What you need to know ................................................................49
        Admission ...............................................................................................50
        Registration ..........................................................................................52
        Academic Schedule .........................................................................54
        Fees, Payments & Refunds ............................................................56
        2011–2012 Calendar ........................................................................58

5 Support Services.....................................................................59
      Important Sources
      of Information for Distance
      and Online Education Students ............................64
      Distance and Online
      Education Timetable................................................................65




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Directory
Distance and Online Education
Student Services                                              Academic Staff
General inquiries, admission, course registration,            Jonathan Dyck, Director
course schedules, instructor contact information,             Lynette Phyfe, Instructional Designer
assignments, course materials
(204) 474-8012
de_info@umanitoba.ca
                                                              Extended Education
                                                              Lori Wallace, Dean
Assignment fax line: (not available as toll free)
                                                              Kathleen Matheos, Associate Dean
(204) 474-7661
                                                              Contact us at:
Program Delivery Staff                                        Distance and Online Education
Lorna Allard            Unmesh Anant                          188D Extended Education Complex
                                                              The University of Manitoba, Winnipeg, MB R3T 2N2
Jill Briscoe            Shari Campbell
                                                              E-mail: de_info@umanitoba.ca
Shirley Cannon          John DiNoto                           Fax: (not available as toll free) (204) 474-7660
Carrie Johnson          Nicole Morin                          or call toll free in Canada: 1-888-216-7011
Heather Nicolson        Corey Roberts                         (enter the appropriate extension at the prompt)
Jennifer Roy            Wendy Smiley                          umanitoba.ca/distance
Joan Ste-Marie          Glenn Watt
Joy Wei                 Nancy Wheeldon




Using This Guide                                              Obtaining a University of Manitoba
This Guide is designed to help you with admission, course     Undergraduate Calendar
selection, registration, and successful course completion.    The Undergraduate Calendar can be accessed at
Please read all pertinent sections before you complete your   umanitoba.ca.
Application for Admission and/or register for courses. The
University of Manitoba reserves the right to make changes     Ask a question or send an email:
in the information contained in this Guide without prior      askumanitoba from umanitoba.ca
notice. The Distance and Online Education website at
umanitoba.ca/distance is a source for updated information.
It is not possible to reference all the information you may
require in this Guide, please see umanitoba.ca. You are
responsible to familiarize yourself with the University’s
academic regulations and policy in general; the regulations
and policies applying specifically to your faculty, school,
or program; the specific graduation requirements of the
degree, diploma, or certificate you are seeking; and to
ensure that the courses you have selected are appropriate
to your program of study.




4     Distance and Online Education
Faculty/School Offices
University 1                                     Nursing
university_1@umanitoba.ca                        nursing_info@umanitoba.ca
(204) 474-6209                                   (204) 474-7452

General Studies, Extended Education              Science
generalstudies@umanitoba.ca                      science_advisor@umanitoba.ca
Karen Nickerson, Student Advisor                 (204) 474-8256
(204) 474-8330
Michelle Kidd, Assistant Student Advisor         Social Work (Distance Delivery)
(204) 474-7154                                   ddsocial_work@umanitoba.ca
                                                 (204) 474-9112
Agricultural and Food Sciences
agfoodsci@umanitoba.ca                           Art, School of
(204) 474-6026                                   fineart@umanitoba.ca
                                                 (204) 474-8294
Arts
arts_inquiry@umanitoba.ca                        Administrative Offices
(204) 474-9100
                                                 Enrolment Services/Admissions Office
Education                                        General Inquiries
Bachelor of Education                            admissions@umanitoba.ca
bachofed@umanitoba.ca                            (204) 474-8808
(204) 474-9004
Post-Baccalaureate Diploma In Education (PBDE)   Cashiers Office/Financial Services
pbde@umanitoba.ca                                Fee Payment Inquiries
(204) 474-7886                                   Student_Fees@umanitoba.ca
                                                 (204) 474-9433
Engineering
hyravm@cc.umanitoba.ca                           Registrar’s Office
(204) 474-9807                                   General Inquiries
                                                 (204) 474-9420
Clayton H. Riddell Faculty of                    Debbie Monaghan, Examinations Coordinator
Environment, Earth, and Resources                (204) 474-8608
faculty_environment@umanitoba.ca
(204) 474-7252                                   Book Store
                                                 (204) 474-8321
Human Ecology
human_ecology@umanitoba.ca                       Off-Campus Library Services
(204) 474-8508                                   dafoe_disted@umanitoba.ca
                                                 (204) 474-9183
Kinesiology and Recreation Management
garbald@cc.umanitoba.ca
(204) 474-9747

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                                                                                                                               Introduction
                                                                                                                               1
1   Introduction
    Flexible Degree Studies ............................................................8
    Distance and Online Education
    provides more options ................................................................9
           Canadian Virtual University ..............................................................9
           Military Support Office .......................................................................9
           Campus Manitoba .................................................................................9

    Frequently asked questions ............................................10
    Accessing online courses ...................................................12
           Technical requirements...................................................................12
           Claiming an ID.......................................................................................12
           Logging into the course website ..............................................12
           Textbooks .................................................................................................12




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Flexible Degree Studies
DISTANCE AND ONLINE EDUCATION • OFF-CAMPUS STUDY • SUMMER SESSION

The U of M is all about providing you with more options … including more ways to take courses.
Extended Education makes the University available in a time, place and format to suit your needs. Distance & Online as well as
Off-Campus courses extend the reach of the physical campus from locations around Winnipeg to wherever you happen to be
with your laptop. Summer Session as well as evening and weekend courses extend the schedule beyond the traditional daytime,
Fall-Winter timeframe. Choose from hundreds of courses offered by 14 faculties and more than 50 departments. You can even
complete a wide range of majors and minors and a number of degree programs through flexible delivery. Whether you are a
full-time, on-campus student enrolled in U1, living/working in rural Manitoba, raising a family in Newfoundland, or serving with
the Forces in Afghanistan, we have flexible degree options for you.



Off-Campus Study                                                     Summer Session
umanitoba.ca/extended/off-campus                                     umanitoba.ca/summer
Flexible and convenient, Off-Campus Study allows students to         The University of Manitoba Summer Session offers a wide
take degree courses at various sites within Winnipeg, including      range of degree courses, feature programs, summer institutes,
the U of M Bannatyne Campus, U of M Downtown Aboriginal              and travel/study courses to satisfy your learning needs.
Education Centre, Vincent Massey Collegiate, and Canadian
                                                                     You can study at the Fort Garry campus, or for those who may
Mennonite University. Courses, including Physics, Nutrition,
                                                                     consider themselves more adventurous, courses are offered
Native Studies, Creative Writing, Nursing and more, are taught
                                                                     throughout the world – travel and study in India, Ukraine,
by University of Manitoba instructors (please see page 27
                                                                     Iceland, Russia, Poland, Israel, Ethiopia, and Sri Lanka. For those
for course offerings).
                                                                     who want to stay a little closer to home, there are courses in
For more information, contact:                                       Churchill and Clearwater, Manitoba or at the Delta Marsh Field
Alisa Claman, Program Administrator                                  Station on the south shore of Lake Manitoba.
188 Extended Education Complex                                       The combination of learning opportunities in Summer
Phone: (204) 474-8019                                                Session is virtually limitless – you are invited to join the 1000s
Fax: (204) 474-7660                                                  of students who take advantage of Summer Session to ease
E-mail: aclaman@ms.umanitoba.ca                                      their course load in fall and winter, to speed up completion of
Canada toll free: 1-888-216-7011 ext. 8019                           their degree, to enjoy smaller summer classes, to catch up on
                                                                     missed courses, or simply to enjoy the campus in the summer.
                                                                     For all the latest information on courses and programs,
                                                                     visit umanitoba.ca/summer or contact us directly:
                                                                     Phone: (204) 474-8008/6963
                                                                     Canada toll free: 1-888-216-7011(ext. 8008 or 6963)
                                                                     Fax: (204) 474-7661
                                                                     summer@umanitoba.ca




8     Introduction
                                                                                                                                               Introduction
Distance and Online Education
provides more options




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Canadian Virtual University-Université virtuelle canadienne
cvu-uvc.ca
The University of Manitoba is a founding member of the Canadian Virtual University-Université virtuelle canadienne (CVU).
CVU is a partnership of Canadian universities that have combined their resources and distance education offerings to provide
students with more options for degree credit courses, programs, and degrees. Students in eligible programs at the University
of Manitoba (UM) can choose from a wide range of courses from CVU and apply these courses towards their UM programs.
Students in eligible programs at CVU partner universities may take UM courses and apply these to programs at their home
universities. There are no fees for Letters of Permission or visiting student applications for CVU students.
Benefits for students include:
· using the CVU web site to choose from a wide range of courses;
· transfer of credit from one member university to another without extra costs; and
· on-line visiting student application and letter of permission forms.
For further information, refer to the CVU web site at www.cvu-uvc.ca or contact the Distance Advisor at:
Telephone: (204) 474-8028
Canada Toll Free 1-888-216-7011 ext. 8028
E-mail: de_advisor@umanitoba.ca


The Military Support Office                                              Campus Manitoba
umanitoba.ca/military                                                    Campus Manitoba (CMB)
The Military Support Office is designed to                               is a consortium of Brandon
assist Canadian Forces personnel and their                               University, the University of Manitoba, the University of
immediate family members in the pursuit of                               Winnipeg, College universitaire de Saint-Boniface, Red River
a university education. The office assists in overcoming the             College, University College of the North, and Assiniboine
problems which can result from the frequent moves and                    Community College. CMB facilitates access to post-secondary
deployments experienced by members of the Defence family.                education throughout the province of Manitoba. CMB is a
                                                                         unique program in that students receive credit for courses
Through this unique office, the University of Manitoba takes             offered by any of the participating universities. As a result, most
into account the difficulty which extensive mobility can                 courses offered
create in satisfying the residency requirement for graduation.           by one university have transfer equivalents at the other
Recognition is given for a wide range of military training.              two, and vice versa.
Student counseling services are provided by highly qualified
Academic Advisors, and provision is made for academic and                Despite the virtually seamless transfer of credits, students
financial relief when military duties interrupt studies.                 must choose a home university. That university will evaluate
                                                                         and approve the student’s application for admission, hold
Courses are available through Distance and Online Education              all earned credits and will be the university from which the
or on campus, either part-time or full-time, and a Mature                student expects to graduate. At the end of their studies,
Student entry program is also offered.                                   students graduate from their home university not from
Toll free within North America: 1-800-850-6166                           Campus Manitoba.
Student Advisors: (204) 474-8006 or (204) 474-8005                       Coordinators at Regional CMB centres provide academic and
Office: (204) 474-8007                                                   logistical support for students enrolled in Campus Manitoba.
E-mail: military@umanitoba.ca umanitoba.ca/military
                                                                         For information on Campus Manitoba sites and courses
                                                                         offered for the upcoming academic year go to:
                                                                         www.campusmanitoba.com or phone: 1-866-445-0063.


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Looking for the steps
on how to get started?
See page 48.




10   Introduction
                                                                                                                                           Introduction
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Frequently asked questions
Is Distance Education right for me?
Who takes Distance and Online Education                              What do Distance and Online
courses at the University of Manitoba?                               Education courses have to offer?
The majority of students enrolled in Distance and Online             · course materials containing an outline and schedule,
Education (DE) courses are under 26 years old, employed, and           instructional material, learning activities, and assignments
have previous university experience. What defines successful         · access to reference materials through Off-Campus Library
DE students, however, is that as a group, they are highly              Services either on the web, by e-mail, fax, or in-person
motivated. Those who succeed are committed students who
                                                                     · group discussions using audioconferencing; online
have the discipline to establish a regular study schedule and
                                                                       discussion groups, chat, and email; or in person at rural
adhere to it without having to be reminded to meet deadlines
                                                                       Manitoba learning centres
by an instructor or classmates.
                                                                     · opportunity for interaction with your instructor using the
Can I take Distance and Online Education                               Canada toll-free telephone service, by e-mail or fax

courses if I am an on-campus student?                                Do I have the technology required to access
Yes. Many University of Manitoba (UM) on-campus students             Distance and Online Education courses?
enroll in distance courses in order to make their schedules
                                                                     The technologies required vary depending on the course. In
more flexible, to continue to study year-round, or to address
their preferences for more independence in how, where, or
when they learn.
                                                                       For specific information regarding accessing courses,
Am I able to get a degree from                                         please see next page.
the UM by taking Distance and
Online Education courses?
                                                                     some cases, you may require access to a DVD player, television,
Yes. You can complete a Bachelor of Arts, Bachelor of Arts           or a CD player. A high speed internet connection is necessary
in Geography, a Bachelor of Social Work, or a Post-Baccalaureate     for some courses that have online conferences, and streaming
Diploma in Education. You can also complete your University 1        videos and certain software are necessary to view digitized
requirements, or simply take an individual course in your program.   files. An e-mail account is useful for contacting your instructor.

                                                                     How much do the courses cost?
                                                                     Tuition fees cover your course materials, as well as instruction,
                                                                     and grading. You will need to purchase any required textbooks,
                                                                     audio-video materials, and reading packages separately, from
                                                                     the UM Book Store. Please refer to umanitoba.ca/registrar for
                                                                     fee information.

                                                                     When do I start my course?
                                                                     Courses will be available by the start of term; please refer to
                                                                     the inside back cover for term start dates or to umanitoba.ca/
                                                                     distance. If the term has started and it has been 48 hours
                                                                     since you registered, please contact DE Student Support
                                                                     at de_info@umanitoba.ca.


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How do I start my course?
How do I register for a course?                                    Do I have to be available during
Course registration is completed using Aurora Student at           the day for my exams?
umanitoba.ca. Please refer to section 4, Admission, Registration   DE exams are scheduled during the day and evening. Please
& Academic Schedule for information.                               refer to umanitoba.ca approximately eight weeks prior to the
                                                                   start of the exam period for the date and time of your exam.
How do I obtain my textbooks?                                      Campus Manitoba exams are scheduled during the day and
It is your responsibility to obtain all required textbooks. You    evening and students should refer to campusmanitoba.com
can confirm textbook prices and order your textbooks at            for the exam schedule. Students must be available during
umanitoba.ca/bookstore/textbooks/index.html or contact the         the entire examination period until all examinations and test
Book Store at 474-7961 (Canada toll free at 1-888-216-7011 ext.    obligations have been completed.
7961). Please ensure that you purchase correct editions if you
plan to acquire used textbooks.                                    Who do I contact regarding academic
                                                                   or administrative matters?
What is included in a course website?                              If you are currently registered or considering registering for
A course website allows you to read and/or download course         DE courses, and you have questions, DE Student Support
materials, submit assignments, interact with other students        can provide you with information and assistance, or direct
and check assignment grades. You can access your course at         you to the appropriate person in your faculty for academic
umanitoba.ca/angel.                                                advising. DE Student Support can be reached at 474-8012,
                                                                   Canada toll free at 1-888-216-7011, ext. 8012 by e-mail at
How do I submit my assignments?                                    de_info@umanitoba.ca or in person at 188D Extended
                                                                   Education Complex.
Unless specific instructions are outlined in the course material
or your instructor’s letter of introduction, assignments should
be submitted according to the instructions in the Assignments
folder in your course. Assignment due dates are indicated in
your course material. You can confirm that your assignments
were received and check your assignment grades using your
course website.

Will I have to come to the
UM campus to write exams?
If you live within the city of Winnipeg, you will be scheduled
to write your final examination at the UM, Fort Garry Campus.
If you live outside of the city of Winnipeg, you must apply to
write your examination at a location other than the UM, Fort
Garry Campus. Please refer to the DE website at umanitoba.ca/
distance for the application form.




Check Aurora Student or call Student Services
at (204) 474-8012 or toll free 1-888-216-7011
ext 8012 if you need more information about:
· Online course features
· Dates and times of audioconferences
· Tutorial dates, times and locations




12      Introduction
2   Degrees




                                                                                                               Degrees & Programs
    & Programs
    Bachelor of Arts ................................................................................15




                                                                                                               2
    Bachelor of Arts in Geography .....................................17
    Post-Baccalaureate Diploma
    in Education Program ...............................................................18
    Bachelor of Social Work ........................................................19




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Degrees and Courses Available
Distance and Online Education offers the following degrees/
diplomas. Please refer to the pages that follow for details.
                                                               Distance and Online Education
· Bachelor of Arts
                                                               Student Advising
· Bachelor of Arts in Geography
                                                               If you are currently taking or are interested
· Post-Baccalaureate Diploma in Education
                                                               in taking DE courses and have questions,
· Bachelor of Social Work                                      DE Student Support can provide you with
In addition to complete programs, Distance and Online          information and assistance, or direct you to the
Education offers over 140 courses from which you can           appropriate person in your faculty for academic
choose. You can take courses from any of the following         advising. DE Student Support can be reached
faculties/schools:                                             at1-888-216-7011, ext. 8012 (Canada toll free) or
· Faculty of Agricultural and Food Sciences                    204-474-8012, by e-mail at de_info@umanitoba.ca
· School of Art                                                or in person at 188D Extended Education Complex.
· Faculty of Arts
· Faculty of Education
· Faculty of Engineering
· Clayton H. Riddell Faculty of Environment, Earth,            Degree requirements
  and Resources
                                                               It is your responsibility to ensure that you meet
· Faculty of Human Ecology                                     program/degree requirements, as outlined in the
· Faculty of Kinesiology and Recreation Management             Undergraduate Calendar. You should note that some
· Faculty of Nursing                                           faculties/schools may limit the number of Distance
· Faculty of Science                                           and Online Education courses that may be taken for
· Faculty of Social Work                                       credit toward a degree.

Please refer to section 3 for course schedules and             If you have specific questions about degree
course descriptions.                                           requirements, a student advisor in your faculty/
                                                               school will be able to assist you.




Distance and Online Education
provides flexible degree options.
Please see pages 8–9.




14      Degrees & Programs
Faculty of Arts
umanitoba.ca/faculties/arts/student/index.html


Bachelor of Arts
The University of Manitoba (UM), founded in 1877, was western       Degrees Offered by Distance and




                                                                                                                                                Degrees & Programs
Canada’s first university. The UM awarded the first Bachelor of
Arts in 1880 with its inaugural graduating class of one. Over the   Online Education
next 133 years, more than 50,000 Bachelor of Arts degrees have
been conferred. When you enter the Faculty of Arts, you are in       DEGREE                               *TOTAL CREDIT HOURS
good company. From artists to authors, government officials to       Bachelor of Arts (General)           90
human rights activists and philanthropists, some of the most
influential people in Canada are graduates of the Faculty of         Bachelor of Arts (Advanced –         120
                                                                     Psychology only)




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Arts. The Faculty has been home to the nation’s media moguls,
Israel H. Asper, founder of CanWest Global Communications            Bachelor of Arts Integrated          90
as well as the “Father of CBC”, Graham Spry. Library shelves         Studies
are home to some of the most loved literary works by alumni
Margaret Laurence (The Stone Angel) who graduated with her          *This includes one year (30 credit hours) of study in University 1. There
Bachelor of Arts in 1947.                                           is no time limit for completion of any of the above degree programs.
                                                                    Students may complete their degree on a full-time or part-time basis.
The goal of Faculty of Arts undergraduate programs, are to
provide students a liberal education in the humanities and          Bachelor of Arts Integrated Studies
social sciences, and at the same time prepare them for future
careers. An Arts education is intended to enable students
                                                                    Degree Program
to solve problems, to be sensitive to the social and physical       For information on the Bachelor of Arts Integrated Studies
environment, and to acquire breadth of learning with an             degree program, please see umanitoba.ca/arts/integrated or
appreciation of our cultural, political, and economic milieu. A     call (204)-474-9100, toll-free 1-800-432-1960 ext 9100.
Bachelor of Arts degree can lead to careers in such fields as
                                                                    For more information, contact:
business, government, management or education. It provides
                                                                    Advisor, Faculty of Arts
basic training for those who seek entry to such professions as
                                                                    Telephone: (204) 474-9100
law and social work and provides a base for all future learning.
                                                                    MB toll free: 1-800-432-1960 ext. 9100
Students in the Bachelor of Arts General degree may select          Fax: (204) 474-7590
courses that lead to a major in Canadian Studies, History,          E-Mail: arts_inquiry@umanitoba.ca
English, Political Studies, Psychology, and Psychology
(Advanced); and a minor in Anthropology, Canadian Studies,          continued on next page...
Economics, English, Geography, History, Philosophy, Political
Studies, Psychology and Sociology.
For further information about an Arts degrees, please refer
to “Why Study Liberal Arts?” at umanitoba.ca/faculties/arts/
student/why_study_arts.html.
                                                                      It’s possible.
                                                                      Bachelor of Arts Integrated Studies
Admission
i) Completion of a minimum of 24 credit hours of coursework           A degree is closer
   and have a minimum cumulative grade point average (GPA) of         than you think!
   2.00. Students who have not achieved a minimum cumulative          If you never had the chance
   GPA of 2.00 may be eligible for special consideration and          to start or finish a university
   therefore should contact the Faculty of Arts. AND
                                                                      degree, the Bachelor of Arts
ii) Have not exceeded 30 credit hours of ‘F’ grades or 42 credit      Integrated Studies is for you.
    hours of ‘F’ and ‘D’ grades combined.
                                                                      Make your degree come true
                                                                      at the University of Manitoba.
                                                                      Call (202) 474-9100
  Admission application: umanitoba.ca/student/
                                                                      for more information.
  admission/application/deadlines/arts

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Bachelor of Arts General and Advanced Degree Program Requirements
 GENERAL DEGREE PROGRAM (90 Credit Hours)                                              ADVANCED DEGREE PROGRAM (120 Credit Hours)
 REQUIREMENT 1: Major(s) (See Section 7 for Major requirements)*
 · Minimum 30 credit hours                                                             · Minimum 48 credit hours (some departments
 · Grade Point Average of 2.00 on all courses taken for purposes of satisfying           require more)
   the Major                                                                           · Grade Point Average of 2.00 on all courses
                                                                                         taken for purposes of satisfying the Major
 REQUIREMENT 2: Minor (See Section 7 for Minor requirements)*
 · Minimum 18 credit hours; except when Major is Global Political Economy              · Minimum 18 credit hours; except when Major
                                                                                         is Global Political Economy
 REQUIREMENT 3: Options
 · Minimum 30 credit hours outside student’s chosen Major(s) and Minor                 · Minimum 42 credit hours outside student’s
 · Minimum 12 credit hours in area of choice                                             chosen Major(s) and Minor
 · Within the above 3 requirements, students must also satisfy the following           · Minimum 12 credit hours in area of choice
   requirements. Note: a course may satisfy more than one requirement.
 REQUIREMENT 4: Written English and Math
 · Written English and Math Requirement (minimum 3 credit hours in each)               · Written English and Math Requirement
                                                                                         (minimum 3 credit hours in each)
 REQUIREMENT 5: Humanities Requirement (See Section 4)*
 · 6 credit hours from subjects identified as Humanities                               · 6 credit hours from subjects identified as
                                                                                         Humanities
 REQUIREMENT 6: Social Science Requirement (See Section 4)*
 · 6 credit hours from subjects identified as Social Sciences                          · 6 credit hours from subjects identified as Social
                                                                                         Sciences
 REQUIREMENT 7: Sciences Requirement (See Section 4)*
 · 6 credit hours from course subjects taught by the Faculty of Science                · 6 credit hours from course subjects taught by
                                                                                         the Faculty of Science
 REQUIREMENT 8: General Requirements
 · 60 credit hours of courses must be taken from courses taught by the Faculty         · 81 credit hours of courses must be taken from
   of Arts (may include 24 credit hours of Mathematics, Music or Art History             courses taught by the Faculty of Arts (may
   courses) – 30 credit hours must be at the 2000 level or higher                        include 36 credit hours of Mathematics, Music
 · 6 credit hours (c.h.) in each of 5 subject areas (e.g., 6 c.h. Psychology, 6 c.h.     or Art History courses) – 42 credit hours must
   Economics, 6 c.h. Computer Science, 6 c.h. French, 6 c.h. Women’s and                 be at the 2000 level or higher
   Gender Studies)                                                                     · 6 credit hours (c.h.) in each of 5 subject areas
                                                                                         (e.g., 6 c.h. Psychology, 6 c.h. Economics, 6 c.h.
                                                                                         Computer Science, 6 c.h. French, 6 c.h. Women’s
                                                                                         and Gender Studies)
 REQUIREMENT 9: Residency Requirements
 · Degree: 48 credit hours or the final 30 credit hours must be taken at the           · Degree: 60 credit hours must be taken at the
   University of Manitoba                                                                University of Manitoba
 · Major(s): 18 credit hours at the University of Manitoba                             · Major(s): 30 credit hours at the University of
                                                                                         Manitoba on Major requiring 48 to 57 credit
                                                                                         hours; or 36 credit hours at the University of
                                                                                         Manitoba on Major requiring more than 57
                                                                                         credit hours
 REQUIREMENT 10: Graduating Grade Point Average (GPA)
 · 2.00 Grade Point Average on 90 credit hours of passed coursework offered for · 2.00 Grade Point Average on 120 credit hours
   degree credit                                                                  of passed coursework offered for degree credit

*Refer to Faculty of Arts section, Undergraduate Calendar
** For more information on the Advanced degree, see umanitoba.ca/faculties/arts/student/ba_advanced.html

16      Degrees & Programs
Clayton H.Riddell Faculty of Environment, Earth, and Resources
umanitoba.ca/environment


Bachelor of Arts in Geography
Geography examines environments created on the Earth’s              If you are currently registered in the Bachelor of Arts in




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surface by nature and by humans. As such, it searches to            Geography or if you are considering pursuing this, you should
explain how and why they differ from place to place. There          familiarize yourself with the regulations as set out by the
are four broad categories of courses in the discipline:             Clayton H. Riddell Faculty of Environment, Earth, and Resources
                                                                    in the Academic Calendar and Catalog. It is important to ensure
· physical geography includes the study of the environment
                                                                    that the courses you choose fit the requirements for the
  through aspects of atmospheric science, geomorphology,
                                                                    degree. If you desire additional information about courses, are
  biogeography, and hydrology, all of which draw upon
                                                                    not sure how a course might fit into the degree program, or
  the natural and applied sciences to understand the




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                                                                    you have questions regarding the regulations for the degree,
  natural environment;
                                                                    contact the Clayton H. Riddell Faculty of Environment, Earth,
· human geography examines how people have been                     and Resources student advisor. We are here to help!
  influenced by the environment and how, in turn, they
  have left their mark on the environment;                          Listed below are some typical questions that students ask
                                                                    about the Bachelor of Arts in Geography. We also invite you
· regional geography attempts to achieve a synthesis of
                                                                    to contact the student advisor for assistance.
  these; and
· techniques in geography focus on analytic methods.                How do I declare a major in Geography?
                                                                    In order to declare a major in Geography, you need to be
The Bachelor of Arts in Geography (General) is available            admitted to the Clayton H. Riddell Faculty of Environment,
to students entirely by Distance and Online Education.              Earth and Resources Bachelor of Arts in Geography program.
This degree will provide students with a basic level of             Once you have been accepted, your major will be declared
understanding of the discipline and can be used to meet             for you.
the admission requirements for the After-Degree Bachelor
of Education degree program.                                        How do I declare a Minor?
The Bachelor of Science in Physical Geography is also available     Students in the Bachelor of Arts in Geography General are
through the Clayton H. Riddell Faculty of Environment, Earth,       required to complete a minor of 18 credit hours from a
and Resources. Some of the courses for this program are             recognized department offering this program option. Refer
available through Distance and Online Education. Contact a          to section 5.1 of the Clayton H. Riddell Faculty of Environment,
student advisor in the Faculty Office for more information.         Earth, and Resources Academic Calendar and Catalog chapter
                                                                    for details.
Admission into the Bachelor of Arts in Geography is based
on completion of 24 credit hours in University 1 or another         How does my coursework in Environment,
institution; a minimum Grade Point Average of 2.00 based on         Earth, and Resources apply to Education?
a degree standard table (refer to section 5.2.2 of the Clayton H.   Students may apply the Geography subject as a teachable
Riddell Faculty of Environment, Earth, and Resources chapter of     in the Bachelor of Education degree program. Detailed
the Academic Calendar and Catalog); and completion of GEOG          information about undergraduate admission to the
1280 and GEOG 1290 with minimum grades of “C”. Students             Faculty of Education at the UM is available at
should review the Admission Bulletin and complete the               umanitoba.ca/student/admissions.
application at umanitoba.ca/student/admissions/application/         For more information, contact:
deadlines/environment.
                                                                    Student Advisor
                                                                    Clayton H. Riddell Faculty of Environment,
                                                                    Earth, & Resources
                                                                    Phone: (204) 474-7252
                                                                    MB toll free: 1-800-432-1960 ext. 7252
                                                                    E-mail: Faculty_Environment@umanitoba.ca
                                                                    umanitoba.ca/environment
                                                                    (See “Undergraduate Programs” for admission information.)




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Faculty of Education
umanitoba.ca/education


Post-Baccalaureate Diploma
in Education Program
The Faculty of Education offers a 30 credit hour Post-            Students from faculties other than Education may take
Baccalaureate Diploma in Education (PBDE) designed for            complementary education courses (see Faculty of Education
teacher professional development.                                 section of the Undergraduate Calendar).
                                                                  Those holding a first degree may also select from 5000 level
Admission requirements                                            courses but must contact the PBDE Student Services Office,
Applicants for admission must possess:                            Faculty of Education for permission to register.

1. a Bachelor of Education degree and one of the following
   types of certificates granted by Manitoba Education:           Admission application:
   General Certificate, Limited Certificate, or Clinician’s       umanitoba.ca/student/admission/application/deadlines/ed_pbde
   Certificate; or equivalent from other provinces; or a
   Baccalaureate degree and two years of full-time or
   accumulated appropriate teaching/work experience; and
2. a grade point average of 2.00 in the Baccalaureate degree        Certificate In Adult & Continuing
   (including any after degree certification program).              Education Program (CACE)
                                                                    · EDUA 1560 Adult Learning & Development
Application deadlines                                               · EDUA 1570 Foundations of Adult Education
April 1 for starting in Summer (May)                                · EDUA 1580 Program Planning in Adult Education
June 1 for starting in Summer (July)
                                                                    · EDUA 1590 Facilitating Adult Learning
August 2 for starting in Fall (September)
December 1 for starting in Winter (January)                         These four courses completed as degree or certificate credit,
                                                                    in addition to 100 hours in elective topics offered through
Maximum time limits                                                 Extended Education, completes a Certificate in Adult and
                                                                    Continuing Education (CACE).
The maximum time allowed for the completion of the PBDE
program is nine years. In addition, a candidate for a diploma       Students admitted to the Faculty of Education who register
will not be permitted to count toward the diploma any course        for the degree courses may receive credit towards the
taken more than nine years prior to the date of the awarding        BEd or PBDE, and, they may transfer these courses to the
of the diploma.                                                     Certificate. The courses are available in distance, face-to-
                                                                    face, online, and blended formats. See page 29 for course
Note: The course offerings on a year to year basis are limited.     descriptions. Undergraduate students currently registered
For more information, contact:                                      in other faculties/schools may take these education
Student Services, Faculty of Education                              complimentary courses.
Telephone: (204) 474-7886                                           Students who have completed the CTESL Program at the
E-mail: pbde@umanitoba.ca                                           University of Manitoba or the University of Saskatchewan
MB toll free: 1-800-432-1960, ext. 7886                             may be eligible to receive the 100 hours of elective credit
                                                                    required in the Certificate.
                                                                    Students interested in the Certificate should contact
                                                                    the Program Administrator at (204) 474-6685
                                                                    or toll-free 1-888-216-7011 ext 6685
                                                                    or Sandra_stechisen@umanitoba.ca.
                                                                    For more information on the CACE Program:
                                                                    umanitoba.ca/extended/coned/cace



18      Degrees & Programs
Faculty of Social Work
umanitoba.ca/faculties/social_work/


Bachelor of Social Work




                                                                                                                                        Degrees & Programs
The Faculty of Social Work remains committed to the accessibility of social work education. The faculty has
extended the concept of accessibility to include geographical accessibility through the delivery of the Bachelor
of Social Work (B.S.W.) based on two approaches: 1) the B.S.W. program is offered to individuals by means of an
independent study program and; 2) to community-based groups using the cohort method.


The distance delivery B.S.W. program is intended to target
individuals who are employed in the social services and living      Program Requirements




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outside the city of Winnipeg, but who may not have the
                                                                    The B.S.W. degree requires completion of a total of 123 credit
opportunity to pursue professional social work education.
                                                                    hours of course work, including:
Delivery methods in the distance delivery program include a
                                                                    · 72 credit hours of required social work courses, including
combination of audioconference sessions and online course
                                                                      two Field Instruction courses (field practicums);and
materials. Access to high speed internet is required.
                                                                    · 51 credit hours of effective courses, including a required
Students can complete all degree requirements within their            Math elective course and a written English elective course.
respective communities. Course examinations are scheduled
and arranged for in the student’s community by the UM               Students in the Distance Delivery B.S.W. program must meet
Registrar’s Office.                                                 the same degree requirements as students in the B.S.W.
                                                                    program on Fort Garry Campus, Inner City Social Work Program
The faculty wishes to attract individuals who are strongly          or Northern Social Work Program.
committed to social justice, social change, and to a professional
helping role. You should have a mature outlook, relate well to
people, and have good verbal and written communication
                                                                    Program Notes
skills. You should be able to think critically and must have a      All students must take the foundation courses (SWRK 2080,
strong sense of personal integrity.                                 SWRK 2090, SWRK 1310 and SWRK 3140) very early in the
                                                                    program. In addition, SWRK 1310, SWRK 2080, and SWRK 2090
Admission                                                           are pre- or corequisite to SWRK 3140.

Applicants to the program must meet all of the following            All students must take SWRK 1310 before proceeding to SWRK
requirements:                                                       2110 and SWRK 3130.

· have a minimum of two years work experience in the social         All foundation courses are prerequisite to SWRK 4210, SWRK
  service sector, within the last five years;                       4220 and for Field Instruction I (SWRK 3150).
· reside outside the City of Winnipeg; and                          SWRK 3150 is prerequisite to Field Instruction II
· meet the UM admission requirements for either a regular or        (SWRK 4120).
  mature student.                                                   All students must take SWRK 4200 Field Focus I concurrently
Application packages will be available online at umanitoba.ca/      with SWRK 3150 and SWRK 4300 Field Focus II concurrently
social_work/programs/200.htm beginning in December. Please          with SWRK 4120. Each Field Focus course will have a different
complete the Professional Application form included in the          field or focus of social work practice.
application package.                                                For more information, contact:
                                                                    Distance Delivery Student Advisor
                                                                    Faculty of Social Work
                                                                    Telephone: (204) 474-6070
                                                                    MB Toll Free 1-800-432-1960, ext. 6070
                                                                    Canada Toll Free 1-888-216-7011, ext. 6070




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                                                                                                                         Descriptions
Course Schedule                                                                                                          Course Descriptions
Faculty of Agricultural and Food Sciences......................................22                                        Faculty of Agricultural and Food Sciences......................................29
                                                                                                                              General Agriculture (AGRI) ............................................................29
School of Art ......................................................................................................22
                                                                                                                         School of Art ......................................................................................................29
Faculty of Arts ...................................................................................................22        Fine Art (FA) (FAAH)............................................................................29
Faculty of Education .....................................................................................24             Faculty of Arts ...................................................................................................30
Faculty of Engineering ................................................................................24                     Anthropology (ANTH) ......................................................................30




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                                                                                                                              Canadian Studies (CDN)..................................................................30
Clayton H. Riddell Faculty of Environment,




                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         & Descriptions
                                                                                                                              Classics (CLAS).......................................................................................30
Earth, and Resources ....................................................................................24                   Economics (ECON) .............................................................................31
Faculty of Human Ecology ........................................................................24                           English, Film, and Theatre (ENGL) .............................................31
                                                                                                                              German and Slavic Studies (RUSN) .........................................32
Faculty of Kinesiology and Recreation Management ..............24                                                             History (HIST) .........................................................................................32
Faculty of Nursing ..........................................................................................24               Interdisciplinary (ARTS)....................................................................33
                                                                                                                              Native Studies (NATV) ......................................................................33
Faculty of Science...........................................................................................25               Philosophy (PHIL) ................................................................................34
Faculty of Social Work ..................................................................................25                   Political Studies (POLS) ....................................................................34
                                                                                                                              Psychology (PSYC) ..............................................................................35
Off-Campus Courses                                                                                                            Religion (RLGN).....................................................................................37
                                                                                                                              Sociology (SOC) ...................................................................................37
                                                                                                                              Women’s and Gender Studies (WOMN) ...............................38
Off-Campus Course Schedule ................................................................27
                                                                                                                         Faculty of Education .....................................................................................38
                                                                                                                              Educational Administration, Foundations,
                                                                                                                              and Psych. (EDUA)...............................................................................38
                                                                                                                         Faculty of Engineering ................................................................................39
                                                                                                                              Engineering - Preliminary Year (ENG)......................................39
                                                                                                                         Clayton H. Riddell Faculty of Environment,
                                                                                                                         Earth, and Resources ....................................................................................39
                                                                                                                              Environment and Geography (ENVR)(GEOG) ....................39
                                                                                                                              Geological Sciences (GEOL)..........................................................40
                                                                                                                         Faculty of Human Ecology ........................................................................41
                                                                                                                              Family Social Sciences (FMLY) .....................................................41
                                                                                                                              Human Nutritional Sciences (HNSC).......................................41
                                                                                                                         Faculty of Kinesiology and Recreation Management ..............42
                                                                                                                              Physical Education and Recreation Studies (PERS) ........42
                                                                                                                         Faculty of Nursing ..........................................................................................42
                                                                                                                              Nursing (NURS) .....................................................................................42
                                                                                                                         Faculty of Science...........................................................................................42
                                                                                                                              Biological Sciences (BIOL) ..............................................................42
                                                                                                                              Chemistry (CHEM) ..............................................................................43
                                                                                                                              Computer Science (COMP) ...........................................................43
                                                                                                                              Mathematics (MATH) ........................................................................44
                                                                                                                              Microbiology (MBIO) .........................................................................44
                                                                                                                              Statistics (STAT) .....................................................................................44
                                                                                                                         Faculty of Social Work ..................................................................................45
                                                                                                                              Social Work (SWRK) ............................................................................45
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                                     Course#     Course Title and [Credit Hours]




                                                                                                                           Fall
AND ONLINE                           Faculty of Agricultural and Food Sciences
EDUCATION                             General Agriculture (AGRI)
                                     AGRI 1510 Production, Distribution and Utilization of Agricultural Products (3) ………   D01

                                     School of Art
                                      Fine Art (FA) (FAAH)
                                     FA 1270     Health Hazards in the Arts (1) ……………………………………                             D01    D01                                      D01
                                     FAAH 1030   Introduction to Art 1A (3) …………………………………………                                      D01
                                     FAAH 1040   Introduction to Art 2A (3) …………………………………………                               D01
Summer Session 2012                  FAAH 1100   Survey of Asian Art (3) ……………………………………………                                        D01
                                     FAAH 2110   Women and Art (3) ……………………………………………                                       D01
Preliminary schedule                 FAAH 3590   Islamic Art and Architecture (3) ……………………………………                                                                           D01
available December 2011              Faculty of Arts
Registration opens                    Anthropology (ANTH)
March 19/12                          ANTH 1210   Human Origins and Antiquity (A) (3) ………………………………                          D01    D01
                                     ANTH 1210   Human Origins and Antiquity (A) (3) ………………………………                          D02
                                     ANTH 1220   Cultural Anthropology (A) (3) ……………………………………                              D01    D01
                                     ANTH 1220   Cultural Anthropology (A) (3) ……………………………………                                     D02
                                     ANTH 2390   Social Organization in Cross-Cultural Perspective (B) (6) …………………                         D01
For more information:                ANTH 2550   Culture and the Individual (B) (3) …………………………………                                 D01
                                     ANTH 2560   Anthropology of Illness (B) (3) ……………………………………                            D01
umanitoba.ca/summer
                                      Canadian Studies (CDN)
(204) 474-6963/8008              W   CDN 1130 Introduction to Canadian Studies (6) ………………………………                                            D01
summer@umanitoba.ca                   Classics (CLAS)
                                     CLAS 1270 Introduction to Ancient Greek Culture (3) ……………………………                       D01    D01
                                     CLAS 1280 Introduction to Ancient Roman Culture (3) ……………………………                       D01    D01
                                     CLAS 2520 Greek and Roman Mythology (3) …………………………………                                 D01    D01
                                      Economics (ECON)
                                     ECON 1010   Introduction to Microeconomic Principles (3) …………………………                   D01    D01
                                     ECON 1010   Introduction to Microeconomic Principles (3) …………………………                   D02
                                     ECON 1020   Introduction to Macroeconomic Principles (3) …………………………                          D01                                      D01
                                     ECON 1020   Introduction to Macroeconomic Principles (3) …………………………                          D02
                                     ECON 2450   Microeconomic Theory and Its Applications 1 (3) ………………………                 D01    D01                                      D01
                                     ECON 2460   Microeconomic Theory and Its Applications 2 (3) ………………………                        D01                                      D01
                                     ECON 2470   Macroeconomic Theory and Its Applications 1 (3) ………………………                 D01    D01                                      D01
                                     ECON 2480   Macroeconomic Theory and Its Applications 2 (3) ………………………                        D01                                      D01
                                      English, Film, and Theatre (ENGL)
                                 W   ENGL 0930   English Composition (3) …………………………………………                                         D01
                                 W   ENGL 0930   English Composition (3) …………………………………………                                  D01
                                 W   ENGL 1200   Representative Literary Works (6) …………………………………                                           D01
                             W       ENGL 1200   Representative Literary Works (6) …………………………………                                           D02
                                     ENGL 2130   Literature of the Romantic Period (6) ………………………………                                        D01
                                     ENGL 2270   Canadian Literature (6) …………………………………………                                                  D01
                                     ENGL 3010   Shakespeare (6) ………………………………………………                                                        D01
                                     ENGL 3190   Studies in Special Topics: Prairie Literature (6) …………………………                              D01
The Course Schedule                   German and Slavic Studies (RUSN)
is accurate at time                  RUSN 1300 Introductory Russian (6) …………………………………………                                                   D01
of printing.                          History (HIST)
                                 W   HIST 1200   An Introduction to the History of Western Civilization (G) (6) ……………                      D01
See Aurora Student           W       HIST 1440   History of Canada (C) (6) …………………………………………                                                                D01
for the most up-to-              W
                                 W
                                     HIST 2230
                                     HIST 2282
                                                 History of the United States from 1607 (A) (6) …………………………
                                                 Inventing Canada (C) (3) …………………………………………                                 D01
                                                                                                                                           D01

date offerings.              W       HIST 2284   Democracy and Dissent: Contesting Canada (C) (3) ……………………                        D01
                                 W   HIST 2380   The Twentieth-Century World (G, M) (6) ……………………………                                                        D01
All courses are              W       HIST 2820   An Introduction to Historical Method (G) (6) …………………………                                   D01
                             W       HIST 2970   Modern Canada: 1921 to the Present (C) (6) …………………………                                     D01
offered online.                      HIST 3220   The History of Canadian-American Relations (A, C) (6) …………………                                             D01
                                      Interdisciplinary (ARTS)
                                 W   ARTS 1110 Introduction to University (3)      ……………………………………                          D01    D01
                             W       ARTS 1110 Introduction to University (3)      ……………………………………                          D02




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                                                                                              Fall
           Native Studies (NATV)
W         NATV 1240 The Native Peoples of Canada, Part 2 (3) ……………………………                             D01
           Philosophy (PHIL)
          PHIL 1200    Introduction to Philosophy (6) ……………………………………                                          D01              D02
          PHIL 1290    Critical Thinking (3) ……………………………………………                                D01    D01                                      D01
          PHIL 1320    Introductory Logic (6) ……………………………………………                                               D01
          PHIL 2290    Ethics and Society (6) ……………………………………………                                               D01              D02
           Political Studies (POLS)
    W  POLS 1500       Introduction to Politics (6) ………………………………………                                           D01              D02
     W POLS 2040       Introduction to International Relations (6) ……………………………                                D01              D02
    W POLS 2070        Introduction to Canadian Government (6) ……………………………                                    D01              D02
     W POLS 2510       Great Political Thinkers (6) ………………………………………                                           D01              D02
       POLS 3100       Gender and Politics in Canada (3) …………………………………                                                                        D01
       POLS 3520       Canadian Foreign and Defence Policy (6) ……………………………                                    D01              D02
       POLS 3950       Research Methods in the Study of Politics (3) …………………………               D01                                             D01
           Psychology (PSYC)
          PSYC 1200    Introduction to Psychology (6) ……………………………………                                          D01              D03
          PSYC 1200    Introduction to Psychology (6) ……………………………………                                          D02
          PSYC 2250    Introduction to Psychological Research (3) ……………………………                 D01
        M PSYC 2260    Introduction to Research Methods in Psychology (3) ……………………                   D01
          PSYC 2290    Child Development (3) …………………………………………                                 D01
          PSYC 2290    Child Development (3) …………………………………………                                        D01
          PSYC 2310    Adolescent Development (3) ………………………………………                                    D01
          PSYC 2400    The Psychology of Sex Differences (3) ………………………………                     D01    D01                                      D01
          PSYC 2410    Social Psychology 1 (3) …………………………………………                               D01
          PSYC 2420    Social Psychology 2 (3) …………………………………………                                      D01




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          PSYC 2440    Behaviour Modification Principles (3) ………………………………                     D01    D01                                      D01




                                                                                                                                                                                                          & Descriptions
          PSYC 2450    Behaviour Modification Applications (3) ……………………………                    D01    D01                                      D01
          PSYC 2460    Dyadic Relations (3) ……………………………………………                                 D01    D01                                      D01
          PSYC 3450    Psychology of Personality (3) ………………………………………                          D01    D01                                      D01
          PSYC 3450    Psychology of Personality (3) ………………………………………                          D02
          PSYC 3460    Abnormal Psychology (3) …………………………………………                               D01    D01                                      D01
          PSYC 3460    Abnormal Psychology (3) …………………………………………                                      D02
          PSYC 3530    Contemporary Issues 1: Obesity and Eating Disorders (3) ………………                                                         D01            ‘D’ indicates a Distance
          PSYC 3660    Sport Psychology (3) ……………………………………………                                 D01    D01                                      D01            and Online Education
           Religion (RLGN)                                                                                                                                   section.
    W  RLGN 1320       Introduction to World Religions (B) (6) ………………………………                                   D01                                            A letter behind a course
       RLGN 1410       Death and Concepts of the Future (C) (3) ……………………………                   D01                                                            “name” indicates a
    W RLGN 1420        Ethics in World Religions (C) (3) ……………………………………                              D01                                                     specialization within
     W RLGN 2160       Introduction to the Hebrew Scriptures (A) (3) …………………………               D01                                                            the department. See
     W RLGN 2170       Introduction to the New Testament (A) (3) ……………………………                         D01                                                     the Undergraduate
           Sociology (SOC)                                                                                                                                   Calendar for details
          SOC 1200     Introduction to Sociology (6) ………………………………………                                          D01
          SOC 1200     Introduction to Sociology (6) ………………………………………                                          D02                                        W Written English
          SOC 2330     Social Psychology in Sociological Perspective (3) ………………………            D01    D01                                      D01          requirement
          SOC 2460     The Family (3) …………………………………………………                                     D01    D01                                      D01
          SOC 2510     Criminology (3) …………………………………………………                                    D01    D01                                                 M Mathematics
          SOC 2510     Criminology (3) …………………………………………………                                    D02    D02                                                   requirement
          SOC 2610     Sociology of Criminal Justice and Corrections (3) ………………………            D01    D01                                                   University 1
          SOC 2610     Sociology of Criminal Justice and Corrections (3) ………………………            D02
          SOC 3710     Sociology of Criminal Careers (3) …………………………………                        D01    D01                                      D01          Canadian Studies
           Women’s and Gender Studies (WOMN)                                                                                                               Graduate level course
                                                                                                                                                           Telephone
    W     WOMN 1600Introduction to Women’s and Gender Studies in the Social Sciences (3) ……   D01    D01                                      D01
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AND ONLINE                       Faculty of Education
EDUCATION                         Educational Administration, Foundations, and Psych. (EDUA)
                                 EDUA 1540   Cross-Cultural Education (3) ………………………………………                                        D01     D01                                        D01
                                 EDUA 1560   Adult Learning and Development (3) ………………………………                                     D01                                                D01
                                 EDUA 1570   Foundations of Adult Education (3) …………………………………                                            D01
                                 EDUA 1580   Program Planning in Adult Education (3) ……………………………                                 D01                                                D01
                                 EDUA 1590   Facilitating Adult Learning (3) ……………………………………                                              D01
                                 EDUA 5500   Theories and Issues in School Counselling (3) …………………………                            D01
                                 EDUA 5530   Secondary-School Counselling (3) …………………………………                                              D01
                                 EDUA 5600   Introduction to Inclusive Special Education (6) ………………………                                             D01
Summer Session 2012              EDUA 5630   Assessment and Instruction in Inclusive Special Education (6) ……………                                   D01
                                 EDUA 5670   Strategies for Organizing Inclusive Classrooms and Schools (3) ……………                        D01
Preliminary schedule             EDUA 5680   Promoting Responsible Behaviour in Educational Settings (3) ……………                   D01
                                 EDUA 5800   Introduction to Educational Research (3) ……………………………                                D01     D01
available December 2011
                                 Faculty of Engineering
Registration opens
                                  Engineering - Preliminary Year (ENG)
March 19/12
                                 ENG 1440 Introduction to Statics (3) …………………………………………                                           D01     D01

                                 Clayton H. Riddell Faculty of Environment,
                                 Earth, and Resources
For more information:
                                  Environment and Geography (ENVR)(GEOG)
umanitoba.ca/summer
                                 ENVR 1000   Environmental Science 1: Concepts (3) ………………………………                                   D01    D01                                         D01
(204) 474-6963/8008              GEOG 1280   Introduction to Human Geography (3) ………………………………                                     D01    D01                                         D01
                                 GEOG 1290   Introduction to Physical Geography (3) ………………………………                                  D01    D01                                         D01
summer@umanitoba.ca              GEOG 2570   Geography of Canada (A) (3) ………………………………………                                         D01W                                               D01W
                                 GEOG 2580   Geography of the United States (A) (3) ………………………………                                         D01W                                       D01W
                                 GEOG 2630   Geography of Culture and Environment (HS) (3) ………………………                             D01                                                 D01
                                 GEOG 2640   Geography of Culture and Inequality (HS) (3) …………………………                                     D01                                         D01
                                 GEOG 3460   Urban Geography (HS) (6) ………………………………………                                                              D01W           D02W
                                 GEOG 3760   Special Topics in Geography: Canada’s Natural Environments and Landscapes (A) (6)                     D01W           D02W
                                  Geological Sciences (GEOL)
                             W   GEOL 1410   Natural Disasters and Global Change (3) ……………………………                                 D01
                                 GEOL 1420   Exploring the Planets (3) …………………………………………                                                  D01
                                 GEOL 2390   Environmental Geology (3) ………………………………………                                                   D01
                                 GEOL 2570   Energy and Mineral Resources (3) …………………………………                                      D01

                                 Faculty of Human Ecology
                                  Family Social Sciences (FMLY)
                                 FMLY 1010   Human Development in the Family (3) ………………………………                                    D01
                                 FMLY 1012   Introduction to Social Development (3) ……………………………                                          D01
                                 FMLY 1020   Family Issues Across the Lifespan (3) ………………………………                                  D01
                                 FMLY 1420   Family Management Principles (3) …………………………………                                      D01
                                 FMLY 2400   Family Financial Health (3) ………………………………………                                                 D01
                                  Human Nutritional Sciences (HNSC)
                                 HNSC 1200 Food: Facts and Fallacies (3) ………………………………………                                                 D01
                                 HNSC 1210 Nutrition for Health and Changing Lifestyles (3) ………………………                            D01
                                 HNSC 2130 Nutrition Through the Life Cycle (3) …………………………………                                            D01
The Course Schedule
is accurate at time              Faculty of Kinesiology and Recreation Management
of printing.                      Physical Education and Recreation Studies (PERS)
                                 PERS 1200 Physical Activity, Health and Wellness (3) ……………………………                                                                                   D01
See Aurora Student               PERS 1400 Concepts of Recreation and Leisure (3) ………………………………                                                                                      D01
for the most up-to-              Faculty of Nursing
date offerings.                   Nursing (NURS)
All courses are                  NURS 2110 Health Assessment of Individuals (3) ………………………………                                             D01
                                 NURS 3200 Nursing Individuals and Families with Long-Term Illness and Disability (4) …          D01
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        Course#     Course Title and [Credit Hours]




                                                                                                    Fall
        Faculty of Science
         Biological Sciences (BIOL)
        BIOL 1000 Biology: Foundations of Life (3) ……………………………………                                   D01    D01
        BIOL 1000 Biology: Foundations of Life (3) ……………………………………                                   D02
        BIOL 1010 Biology: Biological Diversity and Interaction (3) ………………………                       D01    D01
         Chemistry (CHEM)
        CHEM 0900 Preparatory Chemistry (0)          ………………………………………                                D01    D01
         Computer Science (COMP)
        COMP 1010   Introductory Computer Science 1 (3) ………………………………                                D01    D01                                       D01
        COMP 1010   Introductory Computer Science 1 (3) ………………………………                                D02    D02
        COMP 1020   Introductory Computer Science 2 (3) ………………………………                                D01
        COMP 1260   Introductory Computer Usage 1 (3) …………………………………                                 D01    D01                                       D01
        COMP 1270   Introductory Computer Usage 2 (3) …………………………………                                 D01    D01                                       D01
        COMP 2140   Data Structures and Algorithms (3) …………………………………                                       D01
         Mathematics (MATH)
    M   MATH 1010   Applied Finite Mathematics (3) ……………………………………                                   D01    D01                                       D01
M       MATH 1010   Applied Finite Mathematics (3) ……………………………………                                          D02
    M   MATH 1300   Vector Geometry and Linear Algebra (3) ……………………………                              D01    D01                                       D01
    M   MATH 1310   Matrices for Management and Social Sciences (3) ……………………                        D01    D01
    M   MATH 1500   Introduction to Calculus (3) ………………………………………                                    D01    D01                                       D01
M       MATH 1500   Introduction to Calculus (3) ………………………………………                                    D02
    M   MATH 1700   Calculus 2 (3) …………………………………………………                                              D01    D01
M       MATH 1700   Calculus 2 (3) …………………………………………………                                                     D02
         Microbiology (MBIO)




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        MBIO 1220 Essentials of Microbiology (3)      ……………………………………                                D01




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         Statistics (STAT)
    M   STAT 1000 Basic Statistical Analysis 1 (3)    ……………………………………                                D01    D01
M       STAT 1000 Basic Statistical Analysis 1 (3)    ……………………………………                                D02
    M   STAT 2000 Basic Statistical Analysis 2 (3)    ……………………………………                                       D01

        Faculty of Social Work
                                                                                                                                                                    ‘D’ indicates a Distance
         Social Work (SWRK)                                                                                                                                         and Online Education
        SWRK 1310 Introduction to Social Welfare Policy Analysis (3) ………………………                      D01    D01                                       D01            section.
        SWRK 2080 Interpersonal Communication Skills (3) ……………………………                                D01    D01                                       D01            A letter behind a course
                                                                                                    D02
                                                                                                                                                                    “name” indicates a
        SWRK 2080   Interpersonal Communication Skills (3) ……………………………                              D03    D02                                       D02
        SWRK 2090   Human Behavior and Social Work Practice (6) …………………………                                           D01            D01                             specialization within
        SWRK 2110   The Emergence of the Canadian Social Welfare State (3) …………………                  D01    D01                                       D01            the department. See
        SWRK 3100   Systematic Inquiry in Social Work (3) ………………………………                              D01    D01                                       D01            the Undergraduate
        SWRK 3130   Contemporary Canadian Social Welfare (3) …………………………                             D01    D01                                       D01            Calendar for details
        SWRK 3140   Introduction to Social Work Practice (3) ……………………………                            D01    D01                                       D01
        SWRK 3140   Introduction to Social Work Practice (3) ……………………………                            D02    D02                                       D02
        SWRK 3150   Field Instruction 1 (12) …………………………………………                                                        D01            D02              D01        W Written English
        SWRK 4120   Field Instruction 2 (12) …………………………………………                                                        D01            D02              D01          requirement
        SWRK 4200   Field Focus 1: Aging (6) …………………………………………                                                        D01                             D01        M Mathematics
        SWRK 4200   Field Focus 1: Child and Family Services 1 (6) …………………………                                        D02
        SWRK 4200   Field Focus 1: Mental Health (6) ……………………………………                                                  D03            D05
                                                                                                                                                                  requirement
        SWRK 4200   Field Focus 1: Mental Health (6) ……………………………………                                                  D04                                          University 1
        SWRK 4210   Feminist Perspectives on Social Work Practice and Social Welfare Policy (6) …                    D01            D02              D01          Canadian Studies
        SWRK 4220   Aboriginal People and Social Work (6) ………………………………                                               D01            D02              D01
        SWRK 4300   Field Focus 2: Aging (6) …………………………………………                                                        D01                             D01          Graduate level course
        SWRK 4300   Field Focus 2: Child and Family Services 2 (6) …………………………                                        D02                             D02          Telephone
        SWRK 4300   Field Focus 2: Mental Health (6) ……………………………………                                                  D03            D05                           audioconferences
        SWRK 4300   Field Focus 2: Mental Health (6) ……………………………………                                                  D04
                                                                                                                                                                  Tutorial
                                                                                                                                                                  Campus Manitoba
                                                                                                                                                                  Post RN students only;
                                                                                                                                                                  contact a Nursing
                                                                                                                                                                  Advisor prior to
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OFF-CAMPUS
STUDY
                             Off-Campus Study
                             umanitoba.ca/extended/off-campus
                             Flexible and convenient, Off-Campus Study allows students to take degree courses at various
                             sites within Winnipeg, including the U of M Bannatyne Campus, U of M Downtown Aboriginal
Summer Session 2012          Education Centre, Vincent Massey Collegiate, and Canadian Mennonite University. Courses,
                             including Physics, Nutrition, Native Studies, Creative Writing, Nursing and more, are taught by
Preliminary schedule         University of Manitoba instructors.
available December 2011

Registration opens           For more information, contact:
March 19/12                  Alisa Claman, Program Administrator
                             188 Extended Education Complex
                             Phone: (204) 474-8019
                             Fax: (204) 474-7660
For more information:        E-mail: aclaman@ms.umanitoba.ca
umanitoba.ca/summer          Canada toll free: 1-888-216-7011 ext. 8019

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                                                                                                                                                       OFF-CAMPUS
Course Title and [Credit Hours]

  Bannatyne Campus (Health Sciences Centre)
                                                   Course#         Term                  Day         Time                      Dates
                                                                                                                                                            STUDY
Native Medicine and Health (3)                     NATV 3240 G80   September-December,   Monday      6:00-9:00 p.m.,           September 12 - Dec 5
Aboriginal Healing Ways (3)                        NATV 3100 G80   January-April,        Saturday    9:30 a.m.-12:30 p.m.,     January 7 - March 31
Nutrition for Health and Changing Lifestyles (3)   HNSC 1210 G80   September-December,   Wednesday   6:00-9:00 p.m.,           September 14 - Dec 7
Nutrition Through the Life Cycle (3)               HNSC 2130 G80   January-April,        Tuesday     6:00-9:00 p.m.,           January 10 - April 3
  Vincent Massey Collegiate, 975 Dowker Avenue
English Composition (3)                            ENGL 0930W G80 September–December, Wednesday 6:00-9:00 p.m.,                September 14 - Dec 7
Introductory Creative Writing (3)                  ENGL 2760 G80 September-December, Monday     6:00-9:00 p.m.,                September 12 - Dec 5
                                                                  January-April,      Monday    6:00-9:00 p.m.,                January 9 - April 2
  Canadian Mennonite University, 600 Shaftesbury Avenue
Human Growth and Development (3)                   NURS 1260 G80   September-December,   Tuesday     6:00-9:00 p.m.,           September 13 - Dec 6
Introduction to Nursing (3)                        NURS 1280 G80   January-April,        Tuesday     6:00-9:00 p.m.,           January 10 - April 3
Food: Facts and Fallacies (3)                      HNSC 1200 G80   September-December,   Monday      6:00-9:00 p.m.,           September 12 - Dec 5
Nutrition for Health and Changing Lifestyles (3)   HNSC 1210 G80   January-April,        Monday      6:00-9:00 p.m.,           January 9 - April 2
  Gray Academy of Jewish Education, 123 Doncaster Avenue
Cultural Anthropology (3)                          ANTH 1220 G80   September-December, Monday        6:00-9:00 p.m.,           September 12 - Dec 5
Human Origins and Antiquity (3)                    ANTH 1210 G80   January-April,      Monday        6:00-9:00 p.m.,           January 9 - April 2
Yiddish (6)                                        YDSH 1220 G80   September-April,    Thursday      6:30-9:30 p.m.,           September 8 - April 5
  Fort Garry Campus
Preparing for University Physics (0)               PHYS 0900 G80   September-December,   Tuesday     6:00-9:00 p.m.,           September 13 - Dec 6
                                                                   January-April,        Tuesday     6:00-9:00 p.m.,           January 10 - April 3
Introduction to Nursing (3)                        NURS 1280 G80   September-December,   Monday      6:00-9:00 p.m.,           September 12 - Dec 5
Human Growth and Development (3)                   NURS 1260 G80   January-April,        Wednesday   6:00-9:00 p.m.,            January 4 - April 4




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Aboriginal Wisdom and Spirituality (3)             NATV 2100 G80   September-December,   Saturday    9:30 a.m.-12:30 p.m.,     September 10 - Dec 3
Native Peoples of Canada I (3)                     NATV 1220 G80   September-December,   Tuesday     6:00-9:00 p.m.,           September 13 - Dec 6




                                                                                                                                                                                     & Descriptions
Native Peoples of Canada II (3)                    NATV 1240 G80   January–April,        Tuesday     6:00-9:00 p.m.,           January 10 - April 3
Natural Disasters and Global Change (3)            GEOL 1410 G80   January-April,        Saturday    9:30 a.m. – 12:30 p.m.,   January 7 - March 31




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Faculty of                                    School of Art                                 FAAH 2110               Women and Art (3)

Agricultural and
                                                                                            This art history course will examine
                                                                                            the aesthetics, ideology and social
                                              Fine Art (FA) (FAAH)
Food Sciences
                                                                                            conditions that have shaped women’s
                                              umanitoba.ca/schools/art/                     relationships to the visual arts and to
                                                                                            art history, as artists, as patrons, and as
                                              FA 1270        Health Hazards in the Arts
General Agriculture (AGRI)                                                          (1)
                                                                                            subject matter.
umanitoba.ca/afs/
                                              Lectures on the hazards inherent in           FAAH 3590                   Islamic Art and
AGRI 1510       Production, Distribution      the use of common artists’ materials                                      Architecture (3)
 and Utilization of Agricultural Products     and equipment. This course is graded
                                              pass/fail. Prerequisite for all School of     A contextual and thematic study of
                                      (3)                                                   Islamic art and architecture beginning in
                                              Art studio courses with the exception
Introduction to the aspects of agriculture    of STDO 1200 (or 054.120), STDO 1220          the 7th century and continuing through
that follow primary production and            (or 054.122), FAAH 1030 (or 054.103),         the present.
includes confined animal production           FAAH 1040 (or 054.104), FAAH 1050 (or         May not hold credit for the previous
and a presentation of a model of              054.105) and FAAH 1060 (or 054.106).          054.359 or 054.371.
the entire agrifood system. Special
emphasis on processing, marketing,                                                          Prerequisites: FAAH 1030 and FAAH 1040;
                                              FAAH 1030       Introduction to Art 1A (3)




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transportation and food safety. This is                                                     or 054.103 and 054.104; or FAAH 1050




                                                                                                                                                        & Descriptions
an introductory course focusing on the        A basic study/survey of world art history     and FAAH 1060; or 054.105 and 054.106;
rearing of animals in confined spaces         and theory to the early Renaissance.          or FAAH 1100; or FAAH 2100; or 054.210.
and the safe processing of all agricultural   This course is a prerequisite to further
products. These topics are discussed          study in art history and theory of art.
within the context of the entire agrifood     May not be held for credit with FAAH
system and will therefore show how            1050 (or 054.105) or the previous
animal production and food processing         054.124 or 054.130. (Formerly first half of
are linked and how factors such as            054.124).
marketing, trade, and transportation
influence decisions made within the
system.                                       FAAH 1040       Introduction to Art 2A (3)
                                              A basic study/survey of world art history
                                              and theory from the Renaissance to the
                                              present. Prerequisite to further study in
                                              art history and theory of art.
                                              May not be held for credit with FAAH
                                              1060 (or 054.106) or the previous 054.124
      Go to Aurora Student at                 or 054.130.
     umanitoba.ca for the most
                                              Prerequisite: FAAH 1030 (or 054.103) or
      current course schedule.                FAAH 1050 (or 054.105). Formerly second
                                              half of 054.124.
                                                                                                For term work and a detailed
                                              FAAH 1100          Survey of Asian Art (3)           course description, see
                                                                                                      Aurora Student at
                                              An introductory survey of the arts of
                                              India, China and Japan from prehistory                   umanitoba.ca.
                                              to the present.
                                              May not be held with FAAH 2100 (or
                                              054.210 or 054 247 or 054.248).




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Faculty of Arts                              ANTH 2550      Culture and the Individual
                                                                                (B) (3)
                                                                                          Classics (CLAS)
                                                                                          umanitoba.ca/classics/

Anthropology (ANTH)                          The study of the interrelations between      CLAS 1270           Introduction to Ancient
                                             life-cycle, psychological functioning and
umanitoba.ca/anthropology                    malfunctioning, and social and cultural
                                                                                                                    Greek Culture (3)
                                             institutions. Emphasis is placed on          Ancient archaeological and literary
ANTH 1210              Human Origins and                                                  evidence (in English translation) is the
                                             enculturation and life-cycle rituals.
                         Antiquity (A) (3)                                                basis for a survey of the major social,
An introduction to physical                  Students may not hold credit for both        political, religious, intellectual, artistic and
anthropology and archaeology. Topics         ANTH 2550 (076.255) and ANTH 2551            literary institutions and achievements
include: biological evolution, evolution     (076.255).                                   of the Greeks from the Bronze Age to
and comparative behaviour of primates,       Prerequisite: [A grade of “C” or better in   the early Roman Imperial Period. The
fossil evidence for human evolution, and     one of: ANTH 1220 (076.122) or ANTH          Greeks are studied in the context of
the emergence of human culture.              1221 (076.122) or ANTH 1520 (076.152)        the ancient Mediterranean world but
                                             or the former 076.120] or written            also with reference to their continuing
Students may not hold credit for ANTH                                                     contributions to world civilization.
1210 (076.121) and any of: ANTH 1211         consent of instructor.
(076.121) or the former 076.120.
                                             ANTH 2560 Anthropology of Illness (B)        CLAS 1280           Introduction to Ancient
ANTH 1220       Cultural Anthropology (A)                                      (3)                                 Roman Culture (3)
                                      (3)    Comparative study of cultural factors        Ancient archaeological and literary
                                             involved in health/illness: concepts of      evidence (in English translation) is the
The comparative study of human                                                            basis for a survey of the major social,
societies and cultures, including            disease and curing practices.
                                                                                          political, religious, intellectual, artistic and
language, economic and political             Prerequisite: [A grade of “C” or better in   literary institutions and achievements
organization, family and kinship, ritual     one of: ANTH 1220 (076.122) or ANTH          of the Romans, from the period of the
and belief systems, cultural stability and   1221 (076.122) or ANTH 1520 (076.152)        monarchy to the onset of the Middle
change.                                      or the former 076.120] or written            Ages. The Romans are studied in the
Students may not hold credit for ANTH        consent of instructor.                       context of the ancient Mediterranean
1220 (076.122) and any of: ANTH 1221                                                      world but also with reference to their
(076.122) or ANTH 1520 (076.152) or the      Canadian Studies (CDN)                       continuing contributions to world
former 076.120.                              umanitoba.ca/canadian_studies                civilization.

ANTH 2390        Social Organization in      CDN 1130        Introduction to Canadian     CLAS 2520                 Greek and Roman
      Cross-Cultural Perspective (B) (6)                                   Studies (6)                                 Mythology (3)
Kinship, gender, class and political         This course will introduce students to       A survey of Greek and Roman myths of
structures are examined to consider          an interdisciplinary study of Canadian       creation and the gods with attention to
variations, continuities, and changes in     themes and issues past and present. The      the nature and definition of myth; Greek
relationships among individuals, groups      emergence of Canada as a nation will         and Roman legends; the connections
and societies around the world.              be studied within the context of four        of mythology with religious beliefs and
                                             themes: the aboriginal past; the land;       cults; and with the literature and arts of
Students may not hold credit for both        the political and economic structures;       Western civilization.
ANTH 2390 (076.239) and ANTH 2391            art and culture. As a first year course
(076.239).                                   in Canadian studies students will be
Prerequisite: [A grade of “C” or better in   encouraged to develop their writing,
one of: ANTH 1220 (076.122) or ANTH          research and library skills.
1221 (076.122) or ANTH 1520 (076.152)
or the former 076.120] or written
consent of instructor.




                                                    Students must remain
                                                       available until all
                                                    examination and test
                                                    obligations have been
                                                            fulfilled.




30      Course Descriptions
Economics (ECON)                              ECON 2460 Microeconomic Theory and           English, Film, and Theatre
umanitoba.ca/economics                                        Its Applications 2 (3)       (ENGL)
ECON 1010              Introduction to        Theories of factor markets and               umanitoba.ca/english
                                              distribution, general equilibrium, welfare
            Microeconomic Principles (3)      economics, social choice, and market         ENGL 0930        English Composition (3)
This course introduces students to            failure, as well as other special topics,    Designed to help students write better
the study of microeconomics. Topics           with attention to institutional and          essays. Course focuses on effective
include: demand and supply, price             historical framework and with policy         expression; sentence, paragraph, and
determination, market structure and           applications.                                essay construction; and the writing
resource allocation; the behaviour                                                         process. A great deal of writing is
of consumers and firms; and market            Students may not hold credit for ECON
                                                                                           required; instructors address the
intervention by government. Selected          2460 (018.246) and any of: ECON 2461
                                                                                           particular needs of individual students.
economic topics are examined such             (018.246) or ECON 3700 (018.370).
as: welfare programs, environmental                                                        Students may not enter English courses
                                              Prerequisite: A grade of “C” or better in
regulation, the economics of                                                               numbered above the 1000 level directly
                                              one of: ECON 2450 (018.245) or ECON
discrimination, pay equity, and taxation.                                                  from this course. This course is not
                                              2451 (018.245) or ECON 2700 (018.270).
                                                                                           designed to teach English as a second
Students may not hold credit for ECON                                                      language. This course does not satisfy
1010 and any of: ECON 1011 or ECON            ECON 2470        Macroeconomic Theory        the Humanities requirement. ENGL
1210 (018.121) or ECON 1211 (018.121)                         and Its Applications 1 (3)   0930 is acceptable for credit towards
or ECON 1220 (018.122) or ECON 1221                                                        a degree in Arts or Science, but may
                                              A study of the fluctuations in national
(018.122) or the former ECON 1200                                                          not be offered for credit in the 48
                                              income, output, employment, money
(018.120) or the former ECON 1201                                                          hours for a Major (Advanced), the 30
                                              and prices, and of stabilization policy,
(018.120).                                                                                 hours for a Major (General), or the 18
                                              within the framework of standard
                                              macroeconomic models of a closed             hours for a Minor in English. The course
ECON 1020              Introduction to        economy, with attention to institutional     will, however, be included in the total
            Macroeconomic Principles (3)      and historical framework.                    number of hours a student is allowed to




                                                                                                                                          3 Course Schedule
                                                                                           take in the combined Major and Minor
This course introduces students to




                                                                                                                                                       & Descriptions
                                              Students may not hold credit for ECON        fields.
the study of macroeconomics. Topics           2470 (018.247) and any of: ECON 2471
include: aggregate performance and            (018.247) or ECON 2800 (018.280).            There is no prerequisite for entry into
policy, the determinants of national                                                       ENGL 0930 and the course is not
income, employment and the price level,       Prerequisite: [A grade of “C” or better in   required for admission to subsequent
the role of monetary and fiscal policies in   six credit hours of 1000 level Economics]    English courses.
stabilizing the economy and promoting         or written consent of department head.
economic growth.                                                                           ENGL 1200         Representative Literary
Students may not hold credit for ECON
                                              ECON 2480        Macroeconomic Theory                                       Works (6)
1020 and any of: ECON 1021 or ECON                            and Its Applications 2 (3)   An introduction to the study of literature,
1210 (018.121) or ECON 1211 (018.121)         Theories of national income,                 with emphasis on the development
or ECON 1220 (018.122) or ECON 1221           employment, inflation, balance of            of reading and writing skills. Poetry,
(018.122) or the former ECON 1200             payments, stabilization policy and           prose and drama from various historical
(018.120) or the former ECON 1201             economic growth within the framework         periods.
(018.120).                                    of macroeconomic models of an
                                              open economy and with attention to           Students may not hold credit for both
ECON 2450 Microeconomic Theory and            institutional and historical framework.      ENGL 1200 (004.120) and ENGL 1201
                                                                                           (004.120). English 40S or the former
                Its Applications 1 (3)        Students may not hold credit for ECON        English 300 are strongly recommended,
Theories of consumer demand,                  2480 (018.248) and any of: ECON 2481         but English 40G or the former 301 or 305
production, cost, factor demand and           (018.248) or ECON 3800 (018.380).            will also be accepted.
market structure, with attention to           Prerequisite: A grade of “C” or better in
institutional and historical framework,       one of: ECON 2470 (018.247) or ECON          ENGL 2130     Literature of the Romantic
and with policy applications.                 2471 (018.247) or ECON 2800 (018.280).                                       Period (6)
Students may not hold credit for ECON                                                      A survey of poetry, prose and drama
2450 (018.245) and any of: ECON 2451                                                       by major and minor writers in historical
(018.245) or ECON 2700 (018.270).                                                          context.
Prerequisite: [A grade of “C” or better in                                                 Prerequisite: [A grade of “C” or better
six credit hours of 1000 level Economics]                                                  in ENGL 1200 (004.120) or ENGL 1201
or written consent of department head.                                                     (004.120) or ENGL 1300 (004.130) or
                                                                                           ENGL 1301 (004.130) or the former
                                                                                           004.126] or [a grade of “C” or better in
                                                                                           each of ENGL 1310 (004.131) and ENGL
                                                                                           1340 (004.134)].




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ENGL 2270          Canadian Literature (6)      German and Slavic Studies                  History (HIST)
A survey of poetry, prose and drama             (RUSN)                                     umanitoba.ca/history
by major and minor writers in historical        umanitoba.ca/german_and_slavic_
context.                                        studies                                    HIST 1200        An Introduction to the
                                                                                              History of Western Civilization (G) (6)
Prerequisite: [A grade of “C” or better         RUSN 1300       Introductory Russian (6)   An introductory survey of the cultural
in ENGL 1200 (004.120) or ENGL 1201
                                                Basic grammar, conversation and reading    history of the Western world from the
(004.120) or ENGL 1300 (004.130) or
                                                with emphasis on communication skills.     ancient Greeks to the present.
ENGL 1301 (004.130) or the former
                                                Cultural content is introduced through a
004.126] or [a grade of “C” or better in                                                   Students may not hold credit for HIST
                                                range of audio-visual materials.
each of ENGL 1310 (004.131) and ENGL                                                       1200 (011.120) and any of: HIST 1201
1340 (004.134)].                                Not open to native speakers and            (011.120) or HIST 1350 (011.135) or HIST
                                                students with high school Russian 41G      1360 (011.136).
ENGL 3010                  Shakespeare (6)      credit.
                                                Students may not hold credit for both      HIST 1440         History of Canada (C) (6)
Critical study of the works of this author,
                                                RUSN 1300 (052.130) and RUSN 1330
including historical context.                                                              A study of Canadian development from
                                                (052.133).
                                                                                           earliest days to the present. Emphasis
Students may not hold credit for ENGL
                                                                                           is placed on Aboriginal societies, the
3010 (004.301) and ENGL 3011 (004.301).
                                                                                           history of French Canada, the regional
Prerequisite: A grade of “C” or better in six                                              life and social organization of the
hours of English at the 2000 level.                                                        country, the impact of colonialism
                                                                                           and continentalism, and the rise of
ENGL 3190        Studies in Special Topics:                                                nationalisms.
                     Prairie Literature (6)                                                Students may not hold credit for HIST
This course explores the diversity                                                         1440 (011.144) and any of: HIST 1441
of Canadian Prairie Literature from                For term work and a detailed            (011.144) or HIST 1390 (011.139) or HIST
the earliest writing of Travel Journals                                                    1400 (011.140).
                                                      course description, see
and Prairie Romance, through the                         Aurora Student at
development of Prairie Realism, to more                                                    HIST 2230            History of the United
                                                          umanitoba.ca.
recent Postmodern fiction and poetry.                                                                        States from 1607 (A) (6)
Prerequisite: A grade of “C” or better in 6                                                A survey of the development of the
hours of English at the 2000 level.                                                        American people and their institutions
                                                                                           from Colonial times to the present day.
                                                                                           Students may not hold credit for HIST
                                                                                           2230 (011.223) and any of: HIST 2750
                                                                                           or HIST 2760 (011.276) or HIST 2761
                                                                                           (011.276).

                                                                                           HIST 2282         Inventing Canada (C) (3)
                                                                                           This course examines the “invention”
                                                                                           and “reinvention” of Canada both before
                                                                                           and after Confederation. It examines
                                                                                           the process of invention from a range of
       Course refunds and the                                                              different perspectives: political, cultural,
       refund schedule can be                                                              economic, and social.
       found at umanitoba.ca/
              registrar.                                                                   HIST 2284        Democracy and Dissent:
                                                                                                           Contesting Canada (C) (3)
                                                                                           This course examines how Canadian
                                                                                           democracy (in its broadest meaning)
                                                                                           has been contested, debated, and
                                                                                           challenged. The history of dissent
                                                                                           and citizen engagement is key to the
                                                                                           democratic evolution of Canada. The
                                                                                           course will evaluate the impact of
                                                                                           dissenting voices in Canadian society,
                                                                                           such as those of workers, the poor,
                                                                                           women, indigenous peoples, and racial
                                                                                           and ethnic minorities.




32      Course Descriptions
HIST 2380          The Twentieth-Century     Interdisciplinary (ARTS)                     Native Studies (NATV)
                         World (G, M) (6)    umanitoba.ca/u1                              umanitoba.ca/native_studies
The problems of the modern world,            ARTS 1110      Introduction to University    NATV 1220             The Native Peoples of
including the global impact of Western
civilization, the clash of ideologies, war
                                                                                   (3)                             Canada, Part 1 (3)
and peace, and modernization.                A seminar course designed to help            Not offered 2011-12
                                             students make the transition from high       A survey of the political, social,
Students may not hold credit for both        school to university by imparting the
HIST 2380 (011.238) and HIST 2381                                                         and economic situations of the
                                             knowledge, skills, and attitudes requisite   contemporary Indian, Métis, and Inuit
(011.238).                                   for success in university study.             peoples of Canada from pre-contact to
                                             Open only to students who have               1945.
HIST 2820              An Introduction to
                                             completed fewer than 12 credit hours.        Students may not hold credit for both
                 Historical Method (G) (6)   Students may not hold credit for both        NATV 1220 (032.122) and NATV 1200
This course is intended mainly for           ARTS 1110 (or 099.111) and ARTS 1111         (032.120).
prospective history and social science       (or 099.111).
teachers but also will be useful for
History Major and Honours students. It                                                    NATV 1240             The Native Peoples of
combines a survey of approaches to the                                                                             Canada, Part 2 (3)
writing of history, past and present, and,                                                A survey of the political, social,
through the presentation of a research                                                    and economic situations of the
paper, an introduction to the use and                                                     contemporary Indian, Métis, and Inuit
assessment of historical evidence.                                                        peoples of Canada from 1945 to the
Students may not hold credit for both                                                     present.
HIST 2820 (011.282) and the former HIST                                                   Students may not hold credit for both
2821 (011.282).                                                                           NATV 1240 (032.124) and NATV 1200
                                                                                          (032.120).




                                                                                                                                         3 Course Schedule
HIST 2970        Modern Canada: 1921 to




                                                                                                                                                      & Descriptions
                      the Present (C) (6)                                                 NATV 2020        The Métis of Canada (3)
An intensive examination of the building                                                  Not offered 2011-12
of modern Canada, as a nation state                                                       (Formerly 032.202) A history of the Métis
and as a social, cultural, economic and                                                   of Canada.
political entity.
Students may not hold credit for HIST                                                     NATV 2080       Inuit Society and Culture
2970 (011.297) and any of: HIST 2971                                                                                            (3)
(011.297) or HIST 2286.
                                                                                          Not offered 2011-12
                                                                                          An examination of the subsistence
HIST 3220      The History of Canadian-                                                   organization, social organization,
             American Relations (A, C) (6)                                                cosmology, and ceremonies of the
                                                  Go to Aurora Student at
A detailed and comprehensive study                                                        Inuit from a regional and comparative
                                                 umanitoba.ca for the most
of the diplomatic relations between                                                       perspective. While this course will focus
Canada and the United States from 1783            current course schedule.                on Eastern Arctic Inuit, comparison will
to the present.                                                                           also be made to Greenlanders, Inuvialuit,
                                                                                          Inupiat, and Yup’ik. We will conclude the
Students may not hold credit for both                                                     course by examining colonial history and
HIST 3220 (011.322) and HIST 3054.                                                        the rise of Nunavut.
Prerequisite: [A grade of “C” or better                                                   Students may not hold credit for both
in six credit hours of history] or written                                                NATV 2080 (032.208) and NATV 2000
consent of department head.                                                               (032.200) with the topic “Inuit Society
                                                                                          and Culture”.
                                                                                          Prerequisite: [A grade of “C” or better in
                                                                                          NATV 1200 (032.120)] or [a grade of “C” or
                                                                                          better in both NATV 1220 (032.122) and
                                                                                          NATV 1240 (032.124)] or written consent
                                                                                          of department head.




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Philosophy (PHIL)                             PHIL 2290           Ethics and Society (6)    Political Studies (POLS)
umanitoba.ca/philosophy                       An examination of some contemporary           umanitoba.ca/political_studies
                                              ethical theories and their application to a
PHIL 1200     Introduction to Philosophy      number of practical issues. Current issues
                                                                                            POLS 1500      Introduction to Politics (6)
                                      (6)     to be discussed may include: ethics           A survey and appraisal of contemporary
An introduction to five main areas of         and the environment; abortion and             ideology, government and international
philosophy. Topics are logical thinking;      euthanasia; sexual freedom and human          problems.
the criteria and limits of human              equality; civil disobedience; individual      Students may not hold credit for both
knowledge; and three of: God, right           liberty vs. state authority; punishment;      POLS 1500 (019.150) and POLS 1501
and wrong, free will and the nature of        and, justice and utility.                     (019.150).
consciousness, scientific inquiry, and
                                              Students may not hold credit for PHIL
social justice.
                                              2290 (015.229) and any of: PHIL 2531          POLS 2040                 Introduction to
Students may not hold credit for PHIL         (015.253) or PHIL 2740 (015.274) or PHIL                     International Relations (6)
1200 (015.120) and any of: PHIL 1510          2741 or PHIL 2750 (15.275) or PHIL 2751.
(015.151), PHIL 1511 (015.151) or the                                                       An introduction to the analysis of
                                              Prerequisite: successful completion of 30     international political action and
former PHIL 1261 (015.126).
                                              hours of university credit.                   interaction. The course examines the
                                                                                            manner in which the foreign policies of
PHIL 1290             Critical Thinking (3)                                                 states are formulated and the conflict,
A course which helps students to think                                                      competition and cooperation produced
clearly and critically, and to present,                                                     by state interaction. Examples are drawn
defend, and evaluate arguments. The                                                         mainly from international events since
course will address good and bad                                                            1945, with appropriate references to
reasoning, everyday fallacies, some                                                         earlier periods.
specific argument forms such as the
categorical syllogism, and ways and                                                         Students may not hold credit for both
means of defining words.                                                                    POLS 2040 (019.204) and POLS 2041
                                                                                            (019.204).
Students may not hold credit for PHIL
1290 (015.129) and any of: PHIL 1291                                                        POLS 2070       Introduction to Canadian
or PHIL 1320 (015.132) or PHIL 1321                                                                                  Government (6)
(015.132).
                                                                                            A survey of the Canadian political
PHIL 1320          Introductory Logic (6)                                                   institutions and processes including
                                                                                            contemporary Canadian federalism, the
A course which helps students to think                                                      parliamentary system, political parties
                                                 For term work and a detailed
clearly and critically, and to present,                                                     and interest groups.
defend and evaluate arguments. The                  course description, see
course deals with categorical logic,                   Aurora Student at                    Students may not hold credit for POLS
non-formal fallacies, definition, modern                umanitoba.ca.                       2070 (019.207) and POLS 2071 (019.207).
symbolic logic and scientific method.
                                                                                            POLS 2510      Great Political Thinkers (6)
Not open to students who have
previously obtained credit for PHIL 2430                                                    A survey and evaluation of major
(015.243) or PHIL 3750 (015.375).                                                           political theorists from ancient to
Students may not hold credit for both                                                       modern times.
PHIL 1320 (015.132) and any of: PHIL                                                        Students may not hold credit for both
1321 (015.132) or PHIL 1290 (015.129)                                                       POLS 2510 (019.251) and POLS 2511
or PHIL 1291 or the former PHIL 1330                                                        (019.251).
(015.133).
                                                                                            POLS 3100           Gender and Politics in
                                                                                                                          Canada (3)
                                                                                            This course introduces the principal
                                                                                            themes in the study of gender and
                                                                                            politics in Canada. Topics may include
                                                                                            women’s political organizing and
                                                                                            activism, representation in political
                                                                                            institutions, the gendered division of
                                                                                            labour in the private and public spheres,
                                                                                            gender and public policy, and the
                                                                                            gendered nature of political behaviour.
                                                                                            Prerequisite: [a grade of “C” or better
                                                                                            in POLS 2070 (019.207) or POLS 2071
                                                                                            (019.207)] or written consent of
                                                                                            instructor or department head.

34      Course Descriptions
POLS 3520             Canadian Foreign and    Psychology (PSYC)                            PSYC 2290           Child Development (3)
                         Defence Policy (6)   umanitoba.ca/psychology                      The course deals with normal
An examination of Canadian foreign                                                         psychological development from
                                              PSYC 1200     Introduction to Psychology     prenatal life until puberty. The scientific
and defence policy, with attention
to contemporary events and issues.
                                                                                    (6)    approach to child study is emphasized.
The course is designed to examine             Basic concepts and principles of
                                              individual behaviour are examined,           Students may not hold credit for both
both foreign and defence policies as                                                       PSYC 2290 (017.229) and PSYC 2291
interdependent issues for Canadian            particularly those of human
                                              development, normal and abnormal             (017.229).
interests. The course will assess the
evolution and changing priorities of          behaviour, social psychology, learning,      Prerequisite: [A grade of “C” or better
Canadian foreign and defence issues,          perception, and psychological                in PSYC 1200 (017.120) or the former
with particular attention to Canada’s         measurement.                                 PSYC 1201 (017.120)], or [a grade of “C” or
relations with the United States, Europe,     Students may not hold credit for PSYC        better in both PSYC 1211 (017.121) and
Asia, and the Third World.                    1200 (017.120) and any of: PSYC 1211         PSYC 1221 (017.122)] or written consent
                                              (017.121) or PSYC 1221 (017.122) or the      of department head.
Students may not hold credit for POLS
3520 (019.352) and POLS 3561 (019.356).       former PSYC 1201 (017.120). Prerequisite
                                              for all other courses in Psychology.         PSYC 2310        Adolescent Development
Prerequisite: [A grade of “C” or better in                                                                                     (3)
one of: POLS 2040 (019.204) or POLS
2041 (019.204)] or written consent of
                                              PSYC 2250                Introduction to     This course deals with normal
instructor or department head.                               Psychological Research (3)    psychological development from
                                              Examines psychology as a scientific          puberty until adulthood. Results of
                                                                                           scientific research are emphasized.
POLS 3670       Canadian Political Parties    discipline and describes methods of
                                       (3)    collecting and interpreting psychological    Students may not hold credit for both
                                              data. Required of all majors and normally    PSYC 2310 (017.231) and PSYC 2311
Not offered 2011-12                           taken in the second year.                    (017.231).
This course provides students with an




                                                                                                                                          3 Course Schedule
understanding of the origins, evolution,      Students may not hold credit for both        Prerequisite: [A grade of “C” or better




                                                                                                                                                       & Descriptions
operation and programmes of Canadian          PSYC 2250 (017.225) and PSYC 2251            in PSYC 1200 (017.120) or PSYC 1201
political parties. Topics addressed           (017.225).                                   (017.120)] or [a grade of “C” or better
include party types, party systems, party     Prerequisite: [A grade of “C” or better      in both PSYC 1211 (017.121) and PSYC
organization and financing, electoral         in PSYC 1200 (017.120) or the former         1221 (017.122)] or written consent of
activities and party leadership.              PSYC 1201 (017.120)] or [a grade of “C” or   department head.

Prerequisite: [a grade of “C” or better in    better in both PSYC 1211 (017.121) and
                                              PSYC 1221 (017.122)] or written consent      PSYC 2400           The Psychology of Sex
one of: POLS 2070 (019.207) or POLS
2071 (019.207)] or written consent of         of department head.                                                     Differences (3)
instructor or department head.                                                             Course explores the relationship
                                              PSYC 2260       Introduction to Research     between: human behaviour, physiology,
POLS 3950        Research Methods in the                     Methods in Psychology (3)     and sex roles for males and females in
                                                                                           our society.
                      Study of Politics (3)   Discusses concepts of inductive
An introduction to the major                  inference and explanation. The nature        Prerequisite: [A grade of “C” or better
quantitative and qualitative research         of research designs is emphasized.           in PSYC 1200 (017.120) or the former
strategies employed in the study              Required of all majors and normally          PSYC 1201 (017.120)] or [a grade of “C” or
of politics. The topics addressed             taken in the second year.                    better in both PSYC 1211 (017.121) and
include interviewing, content analysis,       Students may not hold credit for both        PSYC 1221 (017.122)] or written consent
comparative studies, survey design,           PSYC 2260 (017.226) and PSYC 2261            of department head.
sampling, research ethics and basic           (017.226).
statistical analysis.
                                              Prerequisite: A grade of “C” or better
Prerequisite: [A grade of “C” or better       in PSYC 2250 (017.225) or PSYC 2251
in six credit hours of Political Studies at   (017.225).
the 2000 level] or written consent of
instructor or department head.


                                                                                                 Go to Aurora Student at
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PSYC 2410         Social Psychology 1 (3)    PSYC 2450         Behaviour Modification     PSYC 3530        Contemporary Issues 1:
This course provides a basic introduction                             Applications (3)            Obesity and Eating Disorders (3)
to the ways in which we affect and are       Guidelines for designing, implementing,      The content of this course will vary from
affected by the behaviour of others.         and evaluating behaviour modification        year to year, but in general it will entail
Topics typically include: methods used       applications are described in detail.        either some specific topic of prominent
by social psychologists, attitudes and                                                    interest in psychology or a psychological
attitude change, social beliefs and          Students may not hold credit for both        analysis of some problem of current
judgements, conformity, and persuasion.      PSYC 2450 (017.245) and PSYC 2451            public interest.
                                             (017.245).
Students may not hold credit for both                                                     Students may not hold credit for both
PSYC 2410 (017.241) and PSYC 2411            Prerequisite: A grade of “C” or better       PSYC 3530 (017.353) and PSYC 3531
(017.241).                                   in PSYC 2440 (017.244) or PSYC 2441          (017.353).
                                             (017.244).
Prerequisite: [A grade of “C” or better                                                   Prerequisite: [A grade of “C” or better
in PSYC 1200 (017.120) or the former         PSYC 2460            Dyadic Relations (3)    in PSYC 1200 (017.120) or the former
PSYC 1201 (017.120)] or [a grade of “C” or                                                PSYC 1201 (017.120)] or [a grade of “C” or
better in both PSYC 1211 (017.121) and       This course covers friendship formation      better in both PSYC 1211 (017.121) and
PSYC 1221 (017.122)] or written consent      and dyadic relations - linking, liking,      PSYC 1221 (017.122)] or written consent
of department head.                          loving and leaving from an empirically       of department head.
                                             oriented psychological perspective.
PSYC 2420         Social Psychology 2 (3)    Prerequisite: [A grade of “C” or better      PSYC 3660            Sport Psychology (3)
This course provides an introduction         in PSYC 1200 (017.120) or the former         This course examines the use of
to basic social psychology topics not        PSYC 1201 (017.120)] or [a grade of “C” or   psychological knowledge to enhance
covered in PSYC 2410 (017.241) or PSYC       better in both PSYC 1211 (017.121) and       the development of performance
2411 (017.241), such as social norms         PSYC 1221 (017.122)] or written consent      and satisfaction of athletes and others
and roles, group dynamics, prejudice,        of department head.                          associated with sports. Topics include
aggression, altruism, attraction and close                                                improving skills of athletes, motivating
relationships, and intergroup conflict.      PSYC 3450      Psychology of Personality     practice performance, increasing the
Prerequisite: [A grade of “C” or better                                           (3)     effectiveness of coaches, and mental
in PSYC 1200 (017.120) or the former         The study of theory and research on          preparation for competition.
PSYC 1201 (017.120)] or [a grade of “C” or   the principles affecting personality         Prerequisite: [A grade of “C” or better
better in both PSYC 1211 (017.121) and       development and structure.                   in PSYC 1200 (017.120) or the former
PSYC 1221 (017.122)] or written consent                                                   PSYC 1201 (017.120)] or [a grade of “C” or
of department head.                          Students may not hold credit for both
                                             PSYC 3450 (017.345) and PSYC 3451            better in both PSYC 1211 (017.121) and
                                             (017.345).                                   PSYC 1221 (017.122)] or written consent
PSYC 2440        Behaviour Modification                                                   of department head.
                          Principles (3)     Prerequisite: [A grade of “C” or better
                                             in PSYC 1200 (017.120) or the former
The fundamental assumptions,                 PSYC 1201 (017.120)] or [a grade of “C” or
principles, and procedures of behaviour      better in both PSYC 1211 (017.121) and
modification are described and               PSYC 1221 (017.122)] or written consent
illustrated by applications to normal and    of department head.
abnormal human behaviour.
Students may not hold credit for both        PSYC 3460       Abnormal Psychology (3)
PSYC 2440 (017.244) and PSYC 2441            The study of theory and research on
(017.244).                                   abnormal human behaviour. The major
Prerequisite: [A grade of “C” or better      forms of psychological disturbance
in PSYC 1200 (017.120) or the former         are discussed. An introduction to
PSYC 1201 (017.120)] or [a grade of “C” or   the prevention and treatment of
better in both PSYC 1211 (017.121) and       psychological disturbances is given.
PSYC 1221 (017.122)] or written consent      Students may not hold credit for both
of department head.                          PSYC 3460 (017.346) and PSYC 3461                    Students must remain
                                             (017.346).
                                                                                                     available until all
                                             Prerequisite: [A grade of “C” or better              examination and test
                                             in PSYC 1200 (017.120) or the former                 obligations have been
                                             PSYC 1201 (017.120)] or [a grade of “C” or                   fulfilled.
                                             better in both PSYC 1211 (017.121) and
                                             PSYC 1221 (017.122)] or written consent
                                             of department head.




36      Course Descriptions
Religion (RLGN)                               Sociology (SOC)                                 SOC 2460                     The Family (3)
umanitoba.ca/religion                         umanitoba.ca/sociology                          A sociological analysis of the various
RLGN 1320           Introduction to World     SOC 1200         Introduction to Sociology      family arrangements and practices
                                                                                              in contemporary societies and their
                          Religions (B) (6)                                           (6)     historical roots. An examination of the
An historical survey of the major living      A systematic introduction to the                relationships between family and other
religions in terms of their development,      scientific perspective of sociology. The        institutions in the context of widespread
ideas and practices as reflected in their     following areas will be treated: culture,       social changes.
literature.                                   socialization, groups, social stratification,
                                              associations, collective behaviour, and         Students may not hold credit for both
Students may not hold credit for RLGN         urban and political institutions.               SOC 2460 (077.246) and SOC 2461
1320 (020.132) and any of: RLGN 1323                                                          (077.246).
or RLGN 1325 or the former RLGN 1321          Students may not hold credit for SOC
(020.132).                                    1200 (077.120) and any of: SOC 1211             Prerequisite: [a grade of “C” or better in
                                              (077.121) or SOC 1221 (077.122) or the          SOC 1200 (077.120) or the former SOC
                                              former SOC 1201 (077.120).                      1201 (077.120)] or [a grade of “C” or
RLGN 1410      Death and Concepts of the                                                      better in both SOC 1211 (077.121) and
                           Future (C) (3)                                                     SOC 1221 (077.122)].
                                              SOC 2290         Introduction to Research
The course investigates theories, images,
and rituals of death, dying and the                                        Methods (6)        SOC 2510                   Criminology (3)
afterlife in selected world religions.        Not offered 2011-12                             A general introduction to theories of
                                              An introduction to quantitative and             deviant behaviour and criminology. The
RLGN 1420        Ethics in World Religions    qualitative scientific methods of               explanation of crime with reference to
                                    (C) (3)   investigating social phenomena. The             physical, psychological and social factors.
                                              course will include introductions to the
Examination of the ethical teachings of                                                       Students may not hold credit for both
                                              assumptions of scientific inquiry, the
world religious traditions. Attention will                                                    SOC 2510 (077.251) and SOC 2511
                                              conceptualization of research problems,
be given to such questions as the nature                                                      (077.251).
                                              and basic statistical analysis and use of a




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of the good or virtue, the place of law




                                                                                                                                                          & Descriptions
                                              packaged computer program.                      Prerequisite: [A grade of “C” or better in
or commandments, the relationship
between religion and morality, the            Students may not hold credit for both           SOC 1200 (077.120) or the former SOC
concepts of moral community and the           SOC 2290 (077.229) and SOC 2291                 1201 (077.120)] or [a grade of “C” or
moral self.                                   (077.229).                                      better in both SOC 1211 (077.121) and
                                                                                              SOC 1221 (077.122)].
Students may not hold credit for both         Prerequisite: [A grade of “C” or better in
RLGN 1420 (020.142) and RLGN 1421             SOC 1200 (077.120) or the former SOC            SOC 2610            Sociology of Criminal
(020.142).                                    1201 (077.120)] or [a grade of “C” or
                                              better in both SOC 1211 (077.121) and
                                                                                                             Justice and Corrections (3)
RLGN 2160             Introduction to the     SOC 1221 (077.122)].                            The sociological study of the criminal
                 Hebrew Scriptures (A) (3)                                                    justice system, including the police, the
                                              SOC 2330              Social Psychology in      courts, prisons and other correctional
An introduction to the historical and                                                         agencies.
critical study of the writings of the “Old                   Sociological Perspective (3)
Testament,” the Hebrew Scriptures.            The course examines the interrelations          Prerequisite: [A grade of “C” or better
                                              of the individual, the group, and society,      in SOC 2510 (077.251) or SOC 2511
Students may not hold credit for both                                                         (077.251)] or written consent of
                                              with emphasis on interaction as the
RLGN 2160 and RLGN 2161.                                                                      department head.
                                              process that gives form, direction,
                                              and meaning to the everyday lives of
RLGN 2170         Introduction to the New     people. Topics to be discussed may              SOC 3710             Sociology of Criminal
                        Testament (A) (3)     include: self esteem, identity, impression                                     Careers (3)
An introduction to the historical and         management, motivation and emotion.
                                                                                              An examination of patterns of criminal
critical study of the Christian “New          Students may not hold credit for both           behaviour focusing on the sociological
Testament.”                                   SOC 2330 (or 077.233) and SOC 2331 (or          aspects of selected offences, the criminal
Students may not hold credit for both         077.233).                                       career of the offender, and on societal
RLGN 2170 and RLGN 2171.                                                                      reaction and legal processing.
                                              Prerequisite: [A grade of “C” or better in
                                              SOC 1200 (or 077.120) or the former SOC         Prerequisite: [A grade of “C” or better
                                              1201 (or 077.120)] or [a grade of “C” or        in SOC 2510 (077.251) or SOC 2511
                                              better in both SOC 1211 (or 077.121) and        (077.251)] or written consent of
                                              SOC 1221 (or 077.122)].                         department head.




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Women’s and Gender Studies
(WOMN)                                      Faculty of                                    EDUA 5500          Theories and Issues in
                                                                                                             School Counselling (3)
umanitoba.ca/womens_gender_
studies
                                            Education                                     A study of the philosophy and theories
                                                                                          of counseling, issues in school guidance
WOMN 1600 Introduction to Women’s           Educational Administration,                   and counseling.
      and Gender Studies in the Social      Foundations, and Psych.                       Not be to held with EDUA 5501 or the
                          Sciences (3)      (EDUA)                                        former 043.509.
                                            umanitoba.ca/faculties/education/
Examination of women’s historical and
contemporary roles in the economy,          EDUA 1540        Cross-Cultural Education     EDUA 5530              Secondary-School
family, and society from the perspective                                           (3)                              Counselling (3)
of the social sciences. Introduction of                                                   A study of counseling as related to
feminist theories, with emphasis on the     An examination of teacher attitudes,
                                                                                          secondary-school practice. Emphasis
role of gender. Topics covered focus on     teaching techniques, and curricular
                                                                                          on the secondary-school counselor’s
the social conditions of women’s lives:     modifications which will facilitate
                                                                                          role and functions. Examination of the
work, health, violence and organizing for   learning in cross-cultural situations.
                                                                                          various counsellor services: educational,
change.                                     Studies will focus on accommodations
                                                                                          orientation, staff, etc.
                                            among cultural groups in rural and urban
Students may not hold credit for both       centres.                                      Not to be held with EDUA 5531 or the
WOMN 1600 and the former WOMN                                                             former 043.511.
1540 (156.154).                             Not to be held with the former 116.303.
                                                                                          Prerequisite or concurrent: EDUA 5500 or
                                            EDUA 1560              Adult Learning and     EDUA 5501 (129.550)(C).
                                                                     Development (3)
                                            A study of the extensive knowledge of
                                                                                          EDUA 5600       Introduction to Inclusive
                                            lifespan development and its importance                           Special Education (6)
                                            for adult education practitioners. With       A survey course for educators interested
                                            a focus on development, learning and          in inclusive special education—
                                            change, emphasis is placed on the             legislative, pedagogical, attitudinal
                                            importance of context and individual          and systemic barriers to inclusion and
                                            differences in adult learning.                exemplary inclusive provisions are
                                                                                          covered.
                                            EDUA 1570            Foundations of Adult     Not to be held with EDUA 5601 or the
                                                                       Education (3)      former 043.518.
                                            An introduction to the field of Education
                                            from a local and global perspective.          EDUA 5630              Assessment and
                                            Attention will be given to historical                 Instruction in Inclusive Special
                                            movements in adult education,
                                            philosophical perspectives, participation
                                                                                                                    Education (6)
      Students must remain                  and motivation, transformative                An examination of curriculum-based and
                                            perspectives on adult learning, and           classroom-based assessment to guide
         available until all                                                              the instruction of students experiencing
                                            current and future perspectives on adult
      examination and test                  education.                                    learning or behavioural difficulties in
      obligations have been                                                               inclusive classrooms.
              fulfilled.                    Not to be held with EDUA 5300 (or
                                            129.530) or former 116.532.                   Not to be held with EDUA 5631 or the
                                                                                          former 043.536.
                                            EDUA 1580      Program Planning in Adult      Prerequisite or concurrent: EDUA 5600 or
                                                                       Education (3)      EDUA 5601 (129.560) (C).
                                            An introduction to the theory and
                                            practice of program planning in adult
                                            education. Attention is given to the
                                            context in which learning is to take
                                            place, the structuring of adult learning
                                            opportunities, and the logistics of
                                            successful programming.

                                            EDUA 1590      Facilitating Adult Learning
                                                                                    (3)
                                            A study of theoretical and practical
                                            aspects of facilitation in adult education.




38      Course Descriptions
EDUA 5670 Strategies for Organizing
   Inclusive Classrooms and Schools (3)      Faculty of                                   Clayton H.
An examination of the organization and       Engineering                                  Riddell Faculty
implementation of school-wide supports
for access, learning, socialization,         Engineering - Preliminary                    of Environment,
behaviour, family liaison, clinical
engagement, and community services.
                                             Year (ENG)                                   Earth, and
Organizational strategies to enhance
consultation, cooperation, collaboration
                                             umanitoba.ca/faculties/engineering
                                             ENG 1440       Introduction to Statics (3)
                                                                                          Resources
and professional development are
included.                                    Statics of Particles; Rigid bodies,          Environment and Geography
                                             Equilibrium of Rigid Bodies; Analysis of     (ENVR)(GEOG)
Not to be held with EDUA 5671 or the         Structures; Distributed Forces.              umanitoba.ca/faculties/environment/
former 043.540.                                                                           departments/geography
                                             Not to be held with the former 130.135.
Prerequisite or concurrent: [EDUA
5600 (129.560) or EDUA 5601 (C) or           Prerequisite: A minimum grade of 60%         ENVR 1000      Environmental Science 1:
equivalent] and [EDUA 5630 (129.563) or      in pre-calculus Mathematics 40S, or the                                Concepts (3)
EDUA 5631 (C) or equivalent].                former Mathematics 40S, Physics 40S,         This course will introduce students
                                             and Chemistry 40S.                           to the conceptual framework of the
EDUA 5680        Promoting Responsible                                                    environment by examining its physical,
   Behaviour in Educational Settings (3)                                                  biological, and social components.
                                                                                          General topics to be considered will
This course is designed to provide                                                        include ecological principals and the
teachers with an understanding of                                                         responses of natural and managed
the needs of children who display                                                         systems to disturbance; population
maladaptive behaviours in a school                                                        growth; biodiversity and conservation;
setting. Conceptualization of behaviour                                                   and environmental sustainability.




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disorders, identification/assessment




                                                                                                                                                   & Descriptions
procedures, and intervention strategies                                                   Not to be held for credit with BIOL 1340
will be studied. The purpose of the                                                       (or 071.134).
course is to enable teachers to generate
intervention strategies which are                                                         GEOG 1280         Introduction to Human
appropriate in an educational setting.                                                                              Geography (3)
Not to be held with EDUA 5681 or the                                                      This course studies aspects of the
former 043.542.                                                                           human world: population, settlement
                                                                                          and resources.
EDUA 5800                 Introduction to                                                 Not to be held with GEOG 1200 or GEOG
                 Educational Research (3)                                                 1201(053.120), or GEOG 1281.
A study of scientific inquiry in the field
of education. Research and statistical               Refer to the inside back             GEOG 1290        Introduction to Physical
methods are surveyed within the                                                                                     Geography (3)
context of educational research.                   cover for course registration
Particularly recommended for students                 and withdrawal dates.               This course studies aspects of our
interested in the evaluation and                                                          physical environment: climate,
application of research findings.                                                         landforms, soils and vegetation.

Not to be held with EDUA 5801 or the                                                      Not to be held with GEOG 1291
former 043.503.                                                                           (053.129), or GEOG 1200 or GEOG 1201
                                                                                          (053.120).
EDUA 7060     Organizational Planning
     and Development in Education (3)                                                     GEOG 2570       Geography of Canada (A)
                                                                                                                              (3)
Not offered 2011-12
                                                                                          A regional study of Canada.
A review of approaches to planning
and development in education.                                                             Not to be held with GEOG 2560
Major emphasis is placed on the                                                           (053.256), GEOG 2561 or GEOG 3431
systematic development of educational                                                     (053.343).
organizations.
                                                                                          Prerequisite: a grade of “C” or better in
Not to be held with EDUA 7061 or the                                                      a minimum of three credit hours from
former 129.706 or 059.710 or 116.709.                                                     Geography courses numbered at the
                                                                                          1000 level, or permission of department
                                                                                          head.



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GEOG 2580       Geography of the United     GEOG 3460       Urban Geography (HS) (6)     Geological Sciences (GEOL)
                          States (A) (3)    The course studies the processes and         umanitoba.ca/geoscience/
A regional study of the United States.      trends of urbanization; the classification
                                            of cities; central-place theory; cities
                                                                                         GEOL 1410          Natural Disasters and
Not to be held with GEOG 2560, GEOG         as systems; land-use patterns; social                              Global Change (3)
2561 (053.256).                             forces and factorial ecology; and urban      Discover how and when natural disasters
Prerequisite: a grade of “C” or better in   transport problems.                          occur, and how to identify and recognize
a minimum of three credit hours from                                                     them. Explore the Earth processes that
                                            Prerequisite: GEOG 1200 or GEOG 1201
Geography courses numbered at the                                                        lead to natural disasters and global
                                            (053.120) (C), or GEOG 1280 or GEOG
1000 level, or permission of department                                                  change.
                                            1281 (053.128) (C), or permission of
head.                                       department head.                             Not to be held with the former GEOL
                                                                                         1360 (007.136).
GEOG 2630      Geography of Culture and     GEOG 3760             Special Topics in
                   Environment (HS) (3)               Geography: Canada’s Natural        GEOL 1420       Exploring the Planets (3)
An introduction to the cultural                Environments and Landscapes (A) (6)       Discover the Solar System as we explore
geographic study of environment,            This course examines the characteristics     ancient ideas and modern concepts.
focusing on the evolution of landscape,     and development of the natural               Emphasis will be on recent space
the creation of regions, and human          environments and landscapes of each          exploration and a comparison of the
relationships with nature.                  of the major regions of Canada. The          Earth and its neighbours.
May not be held with the former             diversity of natural environments is         Not to be held with the former GEOL
053.260.                                    illustrated through discussion of the        1370 (007.137) or 007.124.
                                            climatic, hydrological, biogeographical,
Prerequisite: GEOG 1200 or GEOG 1201        and geomorphic processes responsible
(053.120) (C), or GEOG 1280 or GEOG         for shaping the land.
                                                                                         GEOL 2390     Environmental Geology (3)
1281 (053.128) (C), or permission of                                                     Examination of geological processes and
department head.                            Prerequisite: permission of department       material as they interact with human
                                            head.                                        activities, environmental planning, and
GEOG 2640      Geography of Culture and                                                  management.
                     Inequality (HS) (3)                                                 Prerequisite: university geology or GEOG
An introduction to the cultural                                                          1290 or GEOG 1291 (053.129) (C), or
geographic study of human and place                                                      GEOG 1200 or GEOG 1201 (053.120) (C),
inequalities, focusing on behavior in                                                    or permission of department head.
landscape, group differences and human
identities.
May not be held with the former
                                                                                         GEOL 2570            Energy and Mineral
053.261.                                                                                                           Resources (3)
                                                                                         An introduction to the geological factors
Prerequisite: GEOG 1200 or GEOG 1201
                                                                                         and processes responsible for the origin,
(053.120) (C), or GEOG 1280 or GEOG
                                                                                         concentration and distribution of fuels,
1281 (053.128) (C), or permission of
                                                                                         geothermal resources, metallic and
department head.
                                                                                         nonmetallic minerals.
                                                                                         Not for credit in a Major or Honours
                                                                                         program in Geological Sciences.
                                                                                         Prerequisite: Any university-level Geology
                                                                                         course or permission of department.




                                               For term work and a detailed
                                                  course description, see
                                                     Aurora Student at
                                                      umanitoba.ca.




40      Course Descriptions
Faculty of Human                            FMLY 1420            Family Management
                                                                        Principles (3)
                                                                                           Human Nutritional Sciences
                                                                                           (HNSC)
Ecology                                     An introductory course that uses an
                                            ecosystem perspective to consider
                                                                                           umanitoba.ca/faculties/human_
                                                                                           ecology/departments/hns/
Family Social Sciences (FMLY)               resources, decision-making, planning,
                                                                                           HNSC 1200        Food: Facts and Fallacies
umanitoba.ca/faculties/human_               implementing, evaluating and
                                            communication within family contexts.                                                 (3)
ecology/departments/fss/
                                            Applications to balancing work and             This course will present facts and
FMLY 1010        Human Development in       family, individual and family stress, family   fallacies about food from harvest
                         the Family (3)     finance, environmental issues, and the         to market forms. Emphasis will be
                                            use of time and human resources will be        placed on technological development,
Introductory survey of key aspects of       made.                                          consumer concerns and factors affecting
human development processes within                                                         nutritional quality. Current issues related
the family context from a life span         Not to be held with the former 062.142.
                                                                                           to food safety and nutritional trends will
perspective.                                                                               also be discussed.
 Not to be held with NURS 1260              FMLY 2400      Family Financial Health (3)
                                                                                           Not to be held with 030.119.
(049.126).                                  A survey of topics that have an impact
                                            on the financial health of Canadian
                                            families, including personal money             HNSC 1210        Nutrition for Health and
FMLY 1012          Introduction to Social
                                            management, mortgage financing,                                  Changing Lifestyles (3)
                        Development (3)     credit and debt, educational and               This course addresses the relationship
This course is an introduction to Social    retirement planning, taxation, insurance,      between nutrition and health. The focus
Development with a particular emphasis      savings and investments. The course            is on healthy eating and on strategies
on families and communities. Social         prepares students to help families             for modifying food patterns within the
development is concerned with the           maximize resources and increase their          context of lifestyle and culture.
advancement of the common good,             financial literacy.
the effective management of social                                                         Not to be held with 030.117 or 030.323.




                                                                                                                                         3 Course Schedule
problems, the meeting of human              Not to be held with the former FMLY




                                                                                                                                                      & Descriptions
needs, and the equitable distribution       2070 (062.207).
                                                                                           HNSC 2130      Nutrition Through the Life
of society’s resources. As such, this       Prerequisite: FMLY 1420 (051.142).                                             Cycle (3)
course explores the social factors and
conditions that promote or hinder social                                                   Examination of nutritional needs
development and how this affects the                                                       throughout the life cycle, the nutritional
well-being of individual, families, and                                                    concerns of different age groups and the
communities in contemporary societies.                                                     development of healthy eating practices.
Not to be held with 062.172 or FMLY                                                        Not to be held with 030.304.
1900.                                                                                      Prerequisite: HNSC 1210 (030.121).

FMLY 1020        Family Issues Across the
                             Lifespan (3)
Introduction to contemporary issues
involving families across the lifespan.
Topics include mate selection, marriage,
parenthood, divorce, lone-parent
families, work-family balance, family
violence, families and older persons, and
poverty in families.
Not to be held with the former 062.114.



                                                  Refer to the inside back
                                                cover for course registration
                                                   and withdrawal dates.




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Faculty of                                   Faculty of Nursing                             Faculty of Science
Kinesiology                                  Nursing (NURS)                                 Biological Sciences (BIOL)
and Recreation                               umanitoba.ca/faculties/nursing/                umanitoba.ca/science/biological_

Management
                                                                                            sciences/
                                             NURS 2110             Health Assessment of
                                                                          Individuals (3)   BIOL 1000        Biology: Foundations of
Physical Education and                       The focus is on health assessment of                                            Life (3)
Recreation Studies (PERS)                    adults including the normal changes            A course in unifying principles of biology
umanitoba.ca/faculties/kinrec/               which occur in childhood and aging.            including cell biology, bioenergetics, cell
                                             The course will provide opportunity to         division, genetics and evolution.
PERS 1200        Physical Activity, Health   learn the health history and physical
                                             examination skills essential to health         May not be used for credit in a Major
                        and Wellness (3)                                                    or Honours program in the biological
                                             assessment.
An examination of the importance of                                                         sciences.
physical activity for health and wellness,                                                  Not to be held with BIOL 1001, BIOL
theories and determinants of health          NURS 3200      Nursing Individuals and         1020, BIOL 1021, the former 071.125, or
promoting behaviours, and strategies            Families with Long-Term Illness and         071.201.
for promoting health behaviours.                                       Disability (4)       Prerequisite: Any grade 12 or 40S
Examination of the benefits of physical      Nursing of individuals and families of
activity for health and wellness, the                                                       Mathematics course (50%), or equivalent.
                                             all age groups who require palliative
present and recommended levels of            nursing measures or need assistance in
physical activity, the factors influencing                                                  BIOL 1010              Biology: Biological
                                             adapting to long-term illness. The learner
participation in physical activity, and      will participate in planning relevant                       Diversity and Interaction (3)
individual organizational and national       clinical experiences to meet own               An introduction to biological diversity
interventions for increasing physical        learning objectives.                           including prokaryotes, protists, fungi,
activity.                                                                                   plants and animals; the form and
May not be held for credit with PHED         NURS 3230        Perspectives on Mental        function of plants and animals and basic
1200 (057.120).                                                                             concepts of ecology.
                                                                  Health Nursing (4)
                                             Not offered 2011-12                            May not be used for credit in a Major
PERS 1400 Concepts of Recreation and                                                        or Honours program in the Biological
                                             Nursing of adults and their families who
                          Leisure (3)        require nursing interventions to improve
                                                                                            Sciences.
The nature and scope of recreation                                                          Not to be held with BIOL 1011, BIOL
                                             psychosocial functioning and who need
and leisure, the past influences and                                                        1030, BIOL 1031, the former 071.125, or
                                             assistance in adapting to long-term
implications for the future. An overview                                                    071.201.
                                             illness.
of the types and roles of various                                                           Prerequisite: Any grade 12 or 40S
components of the leisure service                                                           Mathematics course (50%), or equivalent.
delivery system.
May not be held for credit with REC 1400
or 123.140.




                                                     Students must remain
                                                        available until all
                                                     examination and test
                                                     obligations have been
                                                             fulfilled.



42      Course Descriptions
Chemistry (CHEM)                          Computer Science (COMP)                    COMP 1270          Introductory Computer
umanitoba.ca/chemistry/                   www.cs.umanitoba.ca                                                      Usage 2 (3)
CHEM 0900     Preparatory Chemistry (0)   COMP 1010        Introductory Computer     Using advanced tools to design web
                                                                                     pages. Students will also learn how to
A course designed for students with                                  Science 1 (3)   make effective presentations, work in
little or no background in chemistry      An introduction to computer                other operating system environments,
who wish to achieve the prerequisites     programming using a procedural high        use file transfer tools, apply simple script
for advanced courses, or for students     level language.                            programming to web page designs, and
who require a refresher course in basic                                              understand current issues relating to
chemistry. Graded Pass/Fail.              Not to be held with COMP 1011 or
                                          COMP 1012.                                 technology in society.
Concurrent registration in CHEM 0900                                                 May not hold with COMP 1271. May not
and any of CHEM 1300, CHEM 1301,          Prerequisite: Any grade 12 or 40S
                                          Mathematics, or equivalent.                be taken within the Computer Science
CHEM 1310, CHEM 1311, or CHEM 1320                                                   Honours or Major program.
is not permitted.
                                          COMP 1020        Introductory Computer     Recommended Prerequisite: COMP 1260
Prerequisite or Concurrent requirement:                                              (074.126) or equivalent knowledge is
Any grade 12 or 40S Mathematics course                               Science 2 (3)
                                                                                     strongly recommended.
or equivalent.                            More features of a procedural language,
                                          elements of programming.
                                                                                     COMP 2140             Data Structures and
                                          Not to be held with COMP 1021.                                        Algorithms (3)
                                          Prerequisite: COMP 1010 or COMP 1011       Introduction to the representation and
                                          (074.101) (C), or COMP 1012 (C), or High   manipulation of data structures. Topics
                                          School Computer Science 40S (75%), and     will include lists, stacks, queues, trees,
                                          any grade 12 or 40S Mathematics (50%)      and graphs.
                                          or equivalent.
                                                                                     Not to be held with COMP 2061 or
                                                                                     074.206.




                                                                                                                                    3 Course Schedule
                                                                                                                                                 & Descriptions
                                          COMP 1260        Introductory Computer     Prerequisite: One of COMP 1020, COMP
                                                                      Usage 1 (3)    1021 (074.102) or the former 074.123 (C).
                                          This course offers an introduction to
                                          modern computer services. Areas
                                          covered will include word processing,
                                          spreadsheets, data management
                                          systems and graphics. No prior computer
                                          knowledge is necessary.
                                          May not hold with COMP 1261. May not
                                          be taken within the Computer Science
       Course refunds and the             Honours or Major program.
       refund schedule can be
       found at umanitoba.ca/
              registrar.




                                                                                           Refer to the inside back
                                                                                         cover for course registration
                                                                                            and withdrawal dates.




                                                                                                                              43
Mathematics (MATH)                          former Mathematics 40S (300), or a grade     Microbiology (MBIO)
www.math.umanitoba.ca                       of 60% or better in the Mathematical         umanitoba.ca/faculties/science/
                                            Skills course taught by Extended             microbiology/
MATH 1010                Applied Finite     Education. NOTE: A minimum grade of
                        Mathematics (3)     70% in Applied Mathematics 40S may be        MBIO 1220      Essentials of Microbiology
                                            used as a prerequisite to this course.                                              (3)
For students needing to fill the
requirement of a university level                                                        A review of the essential principles of
mathematics course. Introduces              MATH 1500       Introduction to Calculus     microbiology including immunity, with
students to modern applications of                                               (3)     emphasis on microbial disease.
discrete mathematics. Topics include:       Differentiation and integration of
mathematics of finance, linear                                                           Not available to students who have
                                            elementary functions, with applications      previously obtained credit in or are
programming, graph theory, and game         to maxima and minima, rates of change,
theory.                                                                                  currently enrolled in MBIO 3010 or MBIO
                                            area, and volume.                            3011 (060.301).
This is a terminal course and may not       Not to be held with MATH 1501, MATH          NOTE: MBIO 1220 (060.122) is intended
be used as a prerequisite for other         1510 (136.151), MATH 1520 (136.152), the     for students planning to enter the
Mathematics courses. This course            former 136.153, the former MATH 1680         Faculty of Nursing or other health care or
cannot be used as part of an Honours,       (136.168), or MATH 1690 (136.169).           related programs, but may be used as an
Major, General or Minor program in the                                                   elective in an Arts or Science program.
mathematical sciences. Not available        Prerequisite: A minimum grade of 60%         It may also be used to meet a program
to any student already holding a grade      in Pre-Calculus Mathematics 40S or the       requirement for the Honours and Major
of “C” or better in any Mathematics         former Mathematics 40S (300), or a grade     programs in Microbiology.
course with the exception of MATH           of 60% or better in either MATH 1000
1020 (136.102), FA 1020 (054.102), MATH     (or 136.100) or the Mathematical Skills      Prerequisite: Any grade 12 or 40S
1190, MATH 1191 (136.119). Not to           course taught by Extended Education.         Mathematics or equivalent.
be taken concurrently with any other
Mathematics course with the exception       MATH 1700                   Calculus 2 (3)   Statistics (STAT)
of MATH 1020, FA 1020, MATH 1190, or        Theory and techniques of integration,        umanitoba.ca/statistics
MATH 1191.                                  curve sketching, volume, arc length,
                                            surface area and partial derivatives.
                                                                                         STAT 1000      Basic Statistical Analysis 1
MATH 1300          Vector Geometry and                                                                                           (3)
                                            Not to be held with MATH 1690
                      Linear Algebra (3)    (136.169), MATH 1701, MATH 1710
                                                                                         An introduction to the basic principles
An introduction to vectors, matrices,                                                    of statistics and procedures used for
                                            (136.171), or the former 136.173.
systems of linear equations and three-                                                   data analysis. Topics to be covered
dimensional geometry.                       Prerequisite: A grade of “C” or better in    include: gathering data, displaying
                                            one of MATH 1500, MATH 1501 (136.150),       and summarizing data, examining
Not to be held for credit with MATH         MATH 1510 (136.151), MATH 1520               relationships between variables,
1210, MATH 1310 (136.131), MATH 1301,       (136.152), the former 136.153, or the        sampling distributions, estimation and
or the former MATH 1680 (136.168).          former MATH 1680 (136.168).                  significance tests, inference for means.
Prerequisite: A minimum grade of 60%                                                     Not to be held with STAT 1001 or STAT
in Pre-calculus Mathematics 40S or the      MATH 2300             Linear Algebra 2 (3)   2220 (005.222).
former Mathematics 40S (300), or a grade    Not offered 2011-12
of 60% or better in the Mathematical                                                     Prerequisite: Any grade 12 or 40S
                                            A continuation of MATH 1300 or               Mathematics, or equivalent.
Skills course taught by Extended
                                            MATH 1310. Finite dimensional vector
Education. NOTE: A minimum grade of
                                            spaces; linear transformation and            STAT 2000      Basic Statistical Analysis 2
70% in Applied Mathematics 40S may be
                                            matrices; eigenvalues and eigenvectors;
used as a prerequisite to this course.
                                            diagonalization and applications; inner                                              (3)
                                            product spaces.                              The study of estimation and hypothesis
MATH 1310     Matrices for Management                                                    testing procedures for means and
                and Social Sciences (3)     Not to be held with MATH 2301, MATH          proportions in one, two and multiple
                                            2352, the former MATH 2350 (136.235),        sample situations, introduction to the
Matrix methods with examples relevant       or MATH 3130 (136.313).
to the Management and Social Sciences.                                                   analysis of variance; regression and
Topics include vectors, matrices, systems   Prerequisite: A grade of “C” or better in    correlation analysis; optional topics
of linear equations, and determinants;      one of MATH 1300, MATH 1301 (136.130),       may include nonparametic procedures,
applications include economic               or MATH 1310 (136.131); and a grade of       design of experiments, probablility
models, the simplex method for linear       “C” or better in one of MATH 1500, MATH      models.
programming, Markov chains, and game        1501 (136.150), MATH 1510 (136.151),         Not to be held with STAT 2001.
theory.                                     MATH 1520 (136.152), the former
                                            136.153, or MATH 1690 (136.169).             Prerequisite: STAT 1000 (005.100) (C), or
Not to be held with MATH 1210, MATH                                                      STAT 1001 (C).
1300 (136.130), MATH 1301, or the
former MATH 1680 (136.168).
Prerequisite: A minimum grade of 60%
in Pre-Calculus Mathematics 40S or the

44      Course Descriptions
Faculty of Social
                                             SWRK 2110       The Emergence of the         SWRK 3150         Field Instruction 1 (12)
                                                   Canadian Social Welfare State (3)      A first educationally directed field
Work                                         An examination of the emergence of
                                             the Canadian welfare state from its
                                                                                          experience in which the student
                                                                                          will have the opportunity to assume
                                             various colonial inheritances to the         responsibility for social work
Social Work (SWRK)                                                                        engagement, assessment, planning,
                                             Canada Assistance Plan. Social, political,
umanitoba.ca/faculties/social_work/          economic, religious, geographical,           intervention and evaluation, integrating
                                             demographic and cataclysmic factors          theory from class. While Access Programs
SWRK 1310          Introduction to Social                                                 may require additional field hours, 420
                                             influencing the development of the
               Welfare Policy Analysis (3)   welfare state are examined and analyzed.     hours is the minimum required for all
Examination of social welfare policy                                                      BSW students. This time commitment
as the end product of ideologies.            Students may not hold credit for both        includes involvement with the agency in
Introduction of elements of ideology         SWRK 2110 (or 047.211) and the former        planning for, and engaging in, practice
and the comparison of competing              047.130.                                     activity, and evaluation of performance.
ideological systems. The relationship of     Prerequisite: SWRK 1310 (or 047.131).        It also includes educational contact time
economic, political and ethical views                                                     with the field instructor in individual
of society and their manifestations in                                                    and/or group sessions.
societal responses to human need and
                                             SWRK 3100           Systematic Inquiry in
                                                                       Social Work (3)    Subject to satisfactory completion and
social services.
                                                                                          reports, students will be graded on a
                                             Relates systematic methods of scientific     pass/fail basis.
Students may not hold credit for both
                                             inquiry to social work practice; theory
SWRK 1310 (or 047.131) and the former
                                             building for practice; information           Prerequisites: SWRK 1310 (or 047.131),
047.130.
                                             collection; descriptive data for decision-   SWRK 2080 (or 047.208), SWRK 2090 (or
                                             making; understanding technical              047.209), and SWRK 3140 (or 047.314),
SWRK 2080                Interpersonal       research material; introduction to issues    and consent by course instructor (Field
                Communication Skills (3)     of research design.                          Coordinator). Corequisite: 6 credit hours
A basic core of interpersonal skills                                                      of SWRK 4200 (or 047.420).




                                                                                                                                        3  Course Schedule  
for communicating effectively and            SWRK 3130        Contemporary Canadian




                                                                                                                                                          & Descriptions
for establishing and maintaining                                    Social Welfare (3)
relationships in one-to-one and group
situations. Emphasis is on experiential
                                             An examination of social welfare             SWRK 4120         Field Instruction 2 (12)
                                             in Canadian society, leading to an           A second educationally directed
learning using a variety of techniques.
                                             evaluation of present approaches in the      practice experience building on
                                             light of changing economic and social        SWRK 3150 (or 047.315) in which the
SWRK 2090           Human Behavior and       conditions and changing needs.               student will have the opportunity to
                  Social Work Practice (6)                                                carry a sustained professional role in
                                             Students may not hold credit for both
Students are introduced to a broad           SWRK 3130 (or 047.313) and the former        situations which require the integration
range of theories and will develop an        047.301.                                     of values, knowledge, and skill at
understanding of how people and                                                           the level of a beginning professional
environments reciprocally affect each        Prerequisite: SWRK 1310 (or 047.131).        practitioner. While Access Programs
other. Particular emphasis is placed                                                      may require additional field hours, 420
on understanding how gender, race,           SWRK 3140           Introduction to Social   hours is the minimum required for all
ethnicity, socioeconomic factors, age,                                Work Practice (3)   BSW students. This time commitment
ability, and sexual orientation contribute                                                includes involvement with the agency in
to and influence human behaviour             Introduces students to ecological
                                                                                          planning for, and engaging in, practice
throughout the lifespan.                     and other generalist based practice
                                                                                          activity, and evaluation of performance.
                                             frameworks and the role of professional
                                                                                          It also includes educational contact time
                                             social workers. Course emphasizes values
                                                                                          with the field instructor in individual
                                             and knowledge in context of a rational
                                                                                          and/or group sessions.
                                             approach to problem solving which
                                             includes problem definition, assessment      Subject to satisfactory completion and
                                             contracting, intervention and evaluation.    reports, students will be graded on a
                                                                                          pass/fail basis.
                                             Prerequisite or corequisite: SWRK 1310
                                             (or 047.131), SWRK 2080 (or 047.208) and     Prerequisites: 6 credit hours of
                                             SWRK 2090 (or 047.209).                      SWRK 4200 (or 047.420), and SWRK
                                                                                          3150 (or 047.315), and consent by
                                                                                          course instructor (Field Coordinator).
                                                                                          Corequisite: 6 credit hours. of SWRK
      Refer to the inside back                                                            4300.
    cover for course registration
       and withdrawal dates.




                                                                                                                                   45
SWRK 4200          Field Focus 1: Aging (6)    SWRK 4210 Feminist Perspectives on          SWRK 4300          Field Focus 2: Aging (6)
This course provides a focus on                 Social Work Practice and Social Welfare    This course provides a focus on
promoting the well-being of older                                             Policy (6)   promoting the well-being of older
adults by strengthening opportunities,         An analysis of social work practice         adults by strengthening opportunities,
resources and capacities of elders in their    and welfare policy from a feminist          resources and capacities of elders in their
environments and by creating services          perspective. Course emphasizes the          environments and by creating services
to correct conditions that limit human         integration of social work intervention     to correct conditions that limit human
rights and the quality of life. The course     with policy in the social welfare           rights and the quality of life. The course
is designed to expose students to issues       context and overlays concepts such          is designed to expose students to issues
affecting older adults both locally and        as empowerment, ecological practice,        affecting older adults both locally and
globally. The information presented in         oppression and practice in context of       globally. The information presented in
the course will examine policy, programs       cultural diversity.                         the course will examine policy, programs
and services in community and                                                              and services in community and
institutional settings, as well as clinical    Students may not hold credit for both       institutional settings, as well as clinical
practice with older adults or elders, their    SWRK 4210 (or 047.421) and SWRK 4170        practice with older adults or elders, their
families and groups.                           (or 047.417) or SWRK 4210 (or 047.421)      families and groups.
                                               and SWRK 4190 (or 047.419).
Students cannot hold credit for both                                                       Students cannot hold credit for both
SWRK 4150 (or 047.415) and SWRK 4200           Prerequisites: SWRK 1310 (or 047.131),      SWRK 4150 (or 047.415) and SWRK 4200
(or 047.420).                                  SWRK 2080 (or 047.208), SWRK 2090 (or       (or 047.420).
                                               047.209) and SWRK 3140 (or 047.314).
Prerequisite: SWRK 1310 (or 047.131),                                                      Prerequisite: SWRK 1310 (or 047.131),
SWRK 2080 (or 047.208), SWRK 2090 (or                                                      SWRK 2080 (or 047.208), SWRK 2090 (or
047.209), and SWRK 3140 (or 047.314).          SWRK 4220          Aboriginal People and
                                                                                           047.209), and SWRK 3140 (or 047.314).
Corerequisite: SWRK 3150.                                                Social Work (6)   Corerequisite: SWRK 3150.
                                               An analysis of social work practice
SWRK 4200          Field Focus 1: Child and    and welfare policy from an aboriginal       SWRK 4300          Field Focus 2: Child and
                      Family Services 1 (6)    perspective. The course emphasizes the
                                               linkage between practice and policy and
                                                                                                                 Family Services 2 (6)
A seminar for the critical examination         overlays concepts such as colonization,     A seminar for the critical examination
of social work theory, values, policy and      decolonization, and approaches to           of social work theory, values, policy and
skills in the context of a field or focus of   practices which include cross culture,      skills in the context of a field or focus of
practice. The course integrates policy         structure, and anti-oppression in the       practice. The course integrates policy
with practice at micro, meso and macro         context of Aboriginal world views,          with practice at micro, meso and macro
levels.                                        experience and helping practices.           levels.
For a more detailed topic description,         Students may not hold credit for both       For a more detailed topic description,
click on the Syllabus link in Aurora.          SWRK 4220 (or 047.422) and SWRK 4160        click on the Syllabus link in Aurora.
                                               (or 047.416) or SWRK 4220 (or 047.422)
Students cannot hold credit for both           and SWRK 4180 (or 047.418).                 Students cannot hold credit for both
SWRK 4150 (or 047.415) and SWRK 4200                                                       SWRK 4150 (or 047.415) and SWRK 4200
(or 047.420).                                  Prerequisites: SWRK 1310 (or 047.131),      (or 047.420).
                                               SWRK 2080 (or 047.208), SWRK 2090 (or
Prerequisite: SWRK 1310 (or 047.131),          047.209) and SWRK 3140 (or 047.314).        Prerequisite: SWRK 1310 (or 047.131),
SWRK 2080 (or 047.208), SWRK 2090 (or                                                      SWRK 2080 (or 047.208), SWRK 2090 (or
047.209), and SWRK 3140 (or 047.314).                                                      047.209), and SWRK 3140 (or 047.314).
Corerequisite: SWRK 3150.                                                                  Corerequisite: SWRK 3150.

SWRK 4200             Field Focus 1: Mental                                                SWRK 4300             Field Focus 2: Mental
                                 Health (6)                                                                                 Health (6)
The Mental Health section of Field/Focus                                                   The Mental Health section of Field/Focus
of Social Work Practice is a seminar that                                                  of Social Work Practice is a seminar that
teaches social work practice skills in the                                                 teaches social work practice skills in the
context of mental health. The course                                                       context of mental health. The course
emphasizes practice as planned change                                                      emphasizes practice as planned change
(client systems) and policy and linkage                                                    (client systems) and policy and linkage
(service systems) in mental health. A                                                      (service systems) in mental health. A
second focus is the role of social workers                                                 second focus is the role of social workers
in the field of mental health.                                                             in the field of mental health.
Students cannot hold credit for both                                                       Students cannot hold credit for both
                                                  For term work and a detailed
SWRK 4150 (or 047.415) and SWRK 4200                                                       SWRK 4150 (or 047.415) and SWRK 4200
(or 047.420).                                        course description, see
                                                                                           (or 047.420).
                                                        Aurora Student at
Prerequisite: SWRK 1310 (or 047.131),                                                      Prerequisite: SWRK 1310 (or 047.131),
                                                         umanitoba.ca.
SWRK 2080 (or 047.208), SWRK 2090 (or                                                      SWRK 2080 (or 047.208), SWRK 2090 (or
047.209), and SWRK 3140 (or 047.314).                                                      047.209), and SWRK 3140 (or 047.314).
Corerequisite: SWRK 3150.                                                                  Corerequisite: SWRK 3150.
46      Course Descriptions
    Admission,
4   Registration &
    Academic Schedule
    Getting started overview ......................................................48
             Admission ................................................................................................48
             Registration.............................................................................................48
             Access your course ............................................................................48
             Start your course .................................................................................48

    What you need to know ..........................................................49
             Academic schedule ...........................................................................49
             Credit hours ...........................................................................................49
             Course number ....................................................................................49
             Course section ......................................................................................49
             Course registration number (CRN) ...........................................49
             Written English and mathematics requirement ..............49
             Prerequisites and corequisites ....................................................49
             Academic regulations and requirements ............................49

    Admission ...................................................................................................50
             New students ........................................................................................50




                                                                                                                                          Admission, Registration
             Regular students..................................................................................50




                                                                                                                                          & Academic Schedule
             Mature students...................................................................................50
             Special students...................................................................................50
             Visiting students ..................................................................................50
             Former students (Re-admission,
             continuing and returning students) .......................................50
             University 1 .............................................................................................51
             General Studies ....................................................................................51

    Registration ...........................................................................................52                            4
             Getting started .....................................................................................52
             Your personal identification number (PIN) .........................52
             Course registration activities........................................................52
             Other activities in Aurora Student ............................................53

    Academic Schedule......................................................................54
    Fees, Payments & Refunds ..............................................56
             Fees ..............................................................................................................56
             Financial Aid and Awards ...............................................................56
             Payments ..................................................................................................57
             Refunds .....................................................................................................57

    2011-2012 Calendar ......................................................................58
                                                                                                                                     47
Getting started overview

                                  Admission
                                  The first step for prospective DE students is to apply for admission. Admission applications
                                  are available from the UM homepage at umanitoba.ca which is the starting place for many
                                  useful resources and sources of information at the UM. From umanitoba.ca, go to Future
                                  Students in then to Apply for Admission and select your faculty choice from the listing.
                                  Please see the Admission section on page 50 to determine your faculty/program choice.
                                  Once you have submitted your application and supporting documentation to the
                                  Admissions Office, your application will be processed and you will be notified of their
                                  decision by mail. Your official notice of admission, a Certificate of Acceptance, contains
                                  your student number, which is your permanent number necessary for registration and
                                  other functions at the university.



                                  Registration
                                  Once you have received your Certificate of Acceptance, you are eligible for course
                                  registration using Aurora Student found at umanitoba.ca. Aurora Student is the starting
                                  place for searching the Course Catalogue, searching the Class Schedule, all registration
                                  activity, entering the Secure area for changing your address, accessing your tuition fee
                                  statement, obtaining your book lists and much more.



                                  Access your course
                                  You will need to claim a university identification number called UMNetID to access your
                                  online course. To claim your UMNetID, go to umanitoba.ca/claimid and follow the steps.
                                  When your password is displayed, please record it as you cannot retrieve it again.



                                  Start your course
                                  You are now ready to access your course at umanitoba.ca/angel. On the course home
                                  page, a “Welcome” link provides DE contact information (do not hesitate to contact us).
                                  Use the tabs along the top of the page to navigate through your course website.
                                  We look forward to your participation in learning by Distance and Online Education.




48   Admission, Registration & Academic Schedule
What you need to know
Academic schedule                                                    Written English and
The schedule provides relevant deadline dates such as                mathematics requirement
admission, registration, voluntary withdrawal, and fee payment.      All students are required to complete, within the first 60
It is important to familiarize yourself with and adhere to the       credit hours of their programs, a minimum of one three credit
deadlines outlined in section 4, Admission, Registration and         hour course with significant content in written English, and
Academic Schedule.                                                   a minimum of one three credit hour course with significant
For your convenience, we have included a copy of the Distance        content in mathematics. Some degree programs have
and Online Education Timetable inside the back cover.                designated specific written English and mathematics courses
                                                                     to fulfill this requirement. For complete information, see the
Credit hours                                                         program descriptions in the faculty/school chapters of the
                                                                     Undergraduate Calendar.
The credit hours for a course are expressed as a number
associated with the course which indicates its relative weight.      Courses with attributes of “written English” and “mathematics”
Three credit hour courses are typically offered over one term        have been designated with a “W” or “M” on the course schedule
and six credit hour courses are typically offered over two terms.    beginning on page 22. Course attributes may also be found on
                                                                     Aurora Student.
For the purposes of registration, courses taught over two terms
have been divided into two parts. Students registering for term
spanning courses will receive one grade for the course and
                                                                     Prerequisites and corequisites
only when the second part is completed.                              Prerequisite: If a course is prerequisite for a second course,
                                                                     the prerequisite must be met In order to begin the second
Course number                                                        course. To determine whether or not a course has a
                                                                     prerequisite, see the course description in the Undergraduate
The two, three or four characters in every course number are         Calendar. Normally, a minimum grade of “C” Is required In all
a shortened version of the subject of the course. The last four      courses listed as prerequisites, except as otherwise noted in
digits of the course number reflect the level of contact with        the course descriptions.
the subject.
                                                                     For some courses, the prerequisite may be completed before
  E.g., PSYC 1200 Introduction to Psychology Cr.Hrs. 6               registering for the second course or may be taken concurrently
                                                                     with the second course. To determine if a course may be taken
PYSC is the code for Psychology and 1200 indicates that it is an




                                                                                                                                           Admission, Registration
                                                                     concurrently, see the Undergraduate Calendar.




                                                                                                                                           & Academic Schedule
introductory or entry level course.
                                                                     Corequisite: If a first course is a corequisite for a second
If the course requires a laboratory, this will be shown following
                                                                     course, the first course must be completed in the same term as
the credit hours immediately following the title. The 2000,
                                                                     the second course. To determine if a course has a corequisite,
3000, 4000 course numbers indicate the second, third, and
                                                                     see the course descriptions in the Undergraduate Calendar.
fourth levels of university contact with a subject.

Course section                                                       Academic regulations and requirements
                                                                                                                                           4
                                                                     The University’s General Academic Regulations and Requirements
The course section acts as an identifier for your specific section
                                                                     are outlined in the Undergraduate Calendar. As this section
of a course. All Distance and Online Education sections are
                                                                     contains information that affects you as a student, please read it.
prefaced by the letter ‘D’, i.e., D01, D02, etc. (see schedule in
section 3, Course Schedule).                                         Also contained in the Undergraduate Calendar is a detailed
                                                                     University Policies section.
It is important that you select the appropriate section number
prior to registration.

Course registration number (CRN)
A course registration number (CRN) is the five digit number
used to identify each and every individual course and
laboratory section within Aurora Student. This number is
unique to each section of each course and laboratory.



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Admission
New students                                                         Visiting students
All students who are new to the University of Manitoba               Visiting students are students who are registered at another
(UM) must apply for admission. Applications are available at         institution who are taking one or more courses at the UM on a
umanitoba.ca under Apply for Admission. Applications are also        Letter of Permission from their home university. These students
available in the Admissions Office at 424 University Centre or       apply for admission to General Studies (Extended Education).
by calling (204) 474-8808 (toll free 1-888-216-7011).
                                                                     Former students (re-admission,
Regular students                                                     continuing and returning students)
Students who are applying to the UM on the basis of high             Former students who have attended other institutions since
school standing will be admitted to University 1, a first year       their last registration at the UM must apply to the Admissions
program designed to provide a foundation for studies in Arts,        Office for re-admission unless this attendance was on a Letter
Science, and the professional disciplines. For more information      of Permission from the UM.
on University 1, please refer to page 51.
                                                                     Students whose past registration was in the following faculties
Exceptions to the University 1 pathway exist for some                but have not been in attendance for one or more years
programs. Students who meet specific admission criteria              should seek formal permission to re-register from the office
may apply directly to these programs. For more information           of the dean or director of the faculty or school concerned:
about direct-entry faculties and schools, please refer to the        Agricultural and Food Sciences; Arts; General Studies;
Admissions website at umanitoba.ca/admissions.                       Engineering; Clayton H. Riddell Faculty of Environment, Earth,
Students who have completed 24 credit hours or more of               and Resources; Human Ecology; Science; Social Work; or
university level courses at other institutions, and students who     University 1. Formal re-application is not required. Returning
have completed at least one year at recognized community or          students in all other programs must contact their faculty
technical colleges may apply directly to the faculty or school       directly for re-admission advice.
of their choice. Faculties offering degree programs by Distance      Former Visiting Students who wish to re- register as Visiting
and Online Education (DE) are: Faculty of Arts; Clayton H. Riddell   Students may do so without re-application. Letters of
Faculty of Environment, Earth and Resources; Faculty of Social       Permission must be submitted to the General Studies student
Work; Faculty of Nursing (Baccalaureate Program for Registered       advisor prior to registration.
Nursing); and Faculty of Education (Post Baccalaureate Diploma
in Education Program). Credit for work completed at other            Students who have graduated from the UM and wish to
institutions is assessed by Admissions at the point of admission     resume studies must re-apply for admission.
(except for General Studies applicants) in accordance with the
rules and regulations of the faculty concerned.                      Documentation
                                                                     Regular students
Mature students                                                      Applicants who have completed secondary school must
Students who have not completed senior level secondary               present official high school records. Applicants who have
school, are 21 years of age and older, and wish to complete          attended other post secondary institutions must present
degree programs at the UM will be admitted to University 1.          official transcripts of this work. Photocopies or students copies
                                                                     are not accepted.
Special students                                                     Mature students
Special students apply to General Studies (Extended                  Applicants must present a document that proves age. Drivers
Education). Special Students are those who wish to enroll in         licences and birth certificates are accepted.
degree credit courses for professional or personal interest and
who are not seeking to complete a degree currently. These            Special students
students may require degree courses to meet specific entrance        Applicants who have completed post-secondary studies
requirements, for career development, or to make informed            must present official transcripts from all post-secondary
decisions about career direction.                                    institutions attended.
                                                                     Visiting students
                                                                     Official Letters of Permission are required.



50      Admission, Registration & Academic Schedule
University 1                                                       General Studies
umanitoba.ca/u1                                                    umanitoba.ca/extended/general_studies
University 1 is an approach to first year university education     General Studies provides opportunities for students to take
that provides students with choice and flexibility within an       credit courses at the University of Manitoba without being
environment that allows them to achieve their educational          enrolled in a degree program. Our students come from all
objectives. University 1 students can take courses required for    walks of life:
admission to one or more faculty or school and, at the same
                                                                   · Professionals wanting to enhance their careers;
time, sample courses related to several disciplines or programs.
At the end of University 1, students should be eligible to apply   · Individuals seeking to satisfy entrance requirements to
for admission to their faculty, school or professional program       professional and other faculties;
of choice.                                                         · Seniors wishing to enrich themselves;
New University 1 students are required to complete a Start@        · Visiting Students from other institutions;
U1 Online Tutorial and quiz before registering for courses.        · Individuals interested in a career change.
The Start@U1 Online Tutorial will teach students to choose
courses, determine a course load, build a timetable and use the    Whatever your educational interests, General Studies is a great
Aurora Student registration system. Other registration related     option for study at the University of Manitoba. Courses are
concerns, such as fee payments and photo identification cards,     available in the Fall and Winter Terms, Summer Session and
will also be addressed. More information about Start@U1 can        through Distance and Online Education.
be found on the University 1 website at umanitoba.ca/u1.           Entrance requirements to General Studies
For Information on University 1 contact:                           Students may be admitted to General Studies in one of the
University 1 Student Help Centre                                   following categories: Auditing Student; Mature Student; Special
205 Tier Building                                                  Student; Visiting Student. Detailed information on the entrance
Telephone: (204) 474-6209                                          requirements and a description of the student categories are
MB toll free 1-800-432-1960 ext. 6209                              available by contacting General Studies.
Fax: (204) 474-7659                                                For more information, contact:
E-mail: University_1@umanitoba.ca
                                                                   Karen Nickerson, Student Advisor
Web: umanitoba.ca/u1
                                                                   (204) 474-8330 or




                                                                                                                                      Admission, Registration
                                                                                                                                      & Academic Schedule
                                                                   Michelle Kidd, Assistant Student Advisor
                                                                   (204) 474-7154
                                                                   188 Extended Education Complex
Admission Checklist                                                Canada toll free 1-888-216-7011
                                                                   ext. 8330 or ext. 7154
Have you:
                                                                   Fax (204) 474-7661
…   reviewed the appropriate deadlines?                            E-mail: general_studies@umanitoba.ca
    (inside back cover)
…   included the application fee?
                                                                                                                                      4
    (see umanitoba.ca/applynow)
…   included all relevant documents (i.e., transcript,
    birth certificate, marriage certificate, etc.). (p. 50)
…   received your acceptance letter and student
    number from the Admissions Office? (p. 50)




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Registration
Course registration is done online through the University of Manitoba Registration System called Aurora
Student. If you are excluded or unable to register online, please contact your faculty/school or call 474-9420
(toll free at 1-877-474-9420).



Getting started                                                     Course registration activities
Students registering at UM for the first time                       Registration times
For students new to UM as well as students transferring from        At the beginning of July, you may access Aurora Student to
other universities and visiting students, your Certificate of       find your specific date of registration. To find your registration
Acceptance will indicate the Faculty/School into which you will     time, access Aurora Student at umanitoba.ca, then ‘Enrolment
register. If you have not received your Certificate of Acceptance   and Academic Records’, then ‘Registration’, then ‘Registration
by mid-July, contact Admissions at (204) 474-8808.                  Time and Status’.
Your student number                                                 Late registration
Your student number is recorded on your Certificate of              The late registration period becomes effective the date the
Acceptance. If you are a returning student and are either           term commences. Consult the Distance and Online Education
continuing in your program or transferring to a new program,        Timetable on the inside back cover of this Guide to determine
you will continue to use the student number assigned to you         the dates. If you register late, it is essential that you order your
at admission.                                                       textbooks immediately after you register (see Book Store,
                                                                    section 5, Support Services).
Your personal identification number (PIN)                           Students who register during the late registration period
New students                                                        are required to adhere to the assignment due dates. If you
When you first access Aurora Student, your temporary PIN is         determine, upon receiving the course package, that you need
your date of birth. When prompted, enter your date of birth         an extension, contact your instructor immediately in case your
numerically as YY MM DD (year, month, day). For example, if         request is denied.
your birthday is February 8, 1985, you enter 850208 as your         Voluntary withdrawal
first PIN.                                                          The registration revision period extends two weeks from
You will immediately be required to change your PIN to              the first day of classes both Fall and Winter terms. Courses
another sequence of numbers for your security. This new PIN         dropped during this period shall not be regarded as
must be a sequence of six numbers different from your date          withdrawals and shall not be recorded on official transcripts
of birth. Choose a sequence of six numbers that cannot be           or student histories. The revision period is prorated for
easily guessed by others, and remember to memorize your PIN.        Summer terms and for parts of term. After the registration
Also, keep your PIN number confidential. You are responsible        revision period ends, voluntary withdrawals will be recorded
for changes made to your registration using your student            on official transcripts and student histories.
number and PIN.                                                     Please refer to the Academic Schedule on page 54 or to
You can change your PIN again, and as often as you wish,            umanitoba.ca/distance for voluntary withdrawal dates.
through Aurora Student.                                             Repeating a course
If you have difficulty with your PIN, call the Registrar’s Office   You are permitted one repeat of a course or its equivalent. In
at (204) 474-9420 or toll free at 1-877-474-9420 for assistance.    the event that a course is repeated, or an equivalent course
                                                                    taken, the last grade achieved is the one that will count in your
Returning students
                                                                    grade point average. If you are repeating a course, you’ll have
If you are a returning student, use the same PIN that you used      to contact your Faculty/School office, prior to registering to
the last time you contacted Aurora Student.                         request permission to repeat the course.




52      Admission, Registration & Academic Schedule
Declaring or modifying your Major or Minor                          Other activities in Aurora Student
The Faculty of Arts requires that students who have completed
(or registered for) 60 credit hours of a General Degree program,    Application for graduation
declare both a Major and a Minor field of study. Aurora student     Every candidate for a degree, diploma or certificate must
will prompt for the declaration of a Major and Minor and will       make formal application at the beginning of the session in
not permit further registrations until both have been declared.     which he/she expects to complete graduation requirements.
If you do not intend to complete a B.A. General degree (i.e., if    Application is to be made through Aurora Student. (Log into
you plan to transfer to another faculty) you must still make a      Aurora Student; click Enrolment and Academic Records, then
Major and Minor declaration.                                        Declarations, then Declare Graduation Date).

If you have previously declared a Major and a Minor Aurora          Please refer to the Undergraduate Calendar or umanitoba.ca/
student will confirm this information, and no further action will   registrar for application deadline dates.
be necessary.                                                       Transiting to the Faculty of Arts or Faculty of Science from
For listings of faculty/school, department and/or subject           University 1
codes, please refer to the Undergraduate Calendar or go             Transiting to the Faculty of Arts or Science is done through
to umanitoba.ca.                                                    Aurora Student and may be completed up to your day of
                                                                    registration. To transit after you have registered you must
                                                                    contact the University 1 Student Help Centre or your intended
                                                                    Faculty for assistance. You may not transit after the end of
Please refer to umanitoba.ca/registrar for detailed                 the Registration Revision Period, if you have registered for
information regarding…                                              courses in Fall/Winter 2011/2012. If you plan to begin classes in
                                                                    January, you may transit to the Faculty of Arts or Science after
· repeating courses and voluntary withdrawal                        the end of the September Registration Revision Period with
  regulations                                                       the assistance of a University 1 student advisor or an advisor in
· transcripts and verifications                                     your intended Faculty.

· fee information                                                   Transferring to other faculties or schools
· important dates and deadlines                                     Entry to every faculty/school, other than Arts or Science,
                                                                    requires an Application for Admission. Applications are
· refunds                                                           available at umanitoba.ca/applynow or, Admissions at 424




                                                                                                                                        Admission, Registration
                                                                                                                                        & Academic Schedule
For registration information, please call 474-9420                  University Centre. Some faculties and schools admitting
for assistance.                                                     students from University 1 have application deadlines as early
                                                                    as February 1.




Degree requirements
                                                                                                                                        4
It is your responsibility to ensure that you meet
program/degree requirements, as outlined in the
Undergraduate Calendar. You should note that some
faculties/schools may limit the number of Distance
and Online Education courses that may be taken for
credit toward a degree.
If you have specific questions about degree
requirements, a student advisor in your faculty/
school will be able to assist you.




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Academic Schedule
                      FALL Sept–Dec 2011   FALL/WINTER Sept 2011–April 2012 WINTER Jan–April 2012
                          DIST ED WINTER/SUMMER Jan–July 2012    DIST ED SUMMER May–Aug 2012


ADMISSION (BY MAIL /ONLINE) FOR FALL
Arts                                                                                                    Jul 4, 2011
University 1                                                                                            Aug 15, 2011
General Studies (Extended Education)                                                                    Aug 15, 2011
Post-Baccalaureate Diploma in Education Program                                                         Aug 2, 2011
International Students                                                                                  Refer to umanitoba.ca/admissions
ADMISSION (IN PERSON) FOR FALL
Arts                                                                                                    Jul 4, 2011
University 1                                                                                            Aug 29, 2011
General Studies (Extended Education)                                                                    Aug 29, 2011
Post-Baccalaueate Diploma in Education Program                                                          Aug 2, 2011
International Students                                                                                  Refer to umanitoba.ca/admissions
ADMISSION (BY MAIL/ONLINE) FOR WINTER
Arts                                                                                                    Oct 3, 2011 *restrictions apply
University 1                                                                                            Dec 1, 2011
General Studies (Extended Education)                                                                    Dec 1, 2011
Post-Baccalaureate Diploma in Education Program                                                         Dec 1, 2011

ADMISSION (IN PERSON) FOR WINTER (Half and Full courses) (with all documentation and application fee)
Arts                                                                                                    Oct 3, 2011 *restrictions apply
University 1                                                                                            Dec 9, 2011
General Studies (Extended Education)                                                                    Dec 9, 2011
Post-Baccalaureate Diploma in Education Program                                                         Dec 1, 2011

ADMISSION (BY MAIL/ONLINE) FOR SUMMER (with documentation/application fee)
Arts                                                                                                    Refer to umanitoba.ca/admissions
University 1                                                                                            Refer to umanitoba.ca/admissions
General Studies (Extended Education)                                                                    Refer to umanitoba.ca/admissions
Post-Baccalaureate Diploma in Education Program                                                         Refer to umanitoba.ca/admissions

ADMISSION (IN PERSON) FOR SUMMER (with documentation/application fee)
University 1                                                                                            Refer to umanitoba.ca/admissions
General Studies (Extended Education)                                                                    Refer to umanitoba.ca/admissions
CLASS START AND END DATES (*most faculties and schools)                                                 START                 END
Fall                                                                                                    *Sep 8, 2011          Dec 7, 2011
Fall/Winter                                                                                             *Sep 8, 2011          Apr 5, 2012
Winter                                                                                                  *Jan 4, 2012          Apr 5, 2012
Dist Ed Winter/Summer                                                                                   *Jan 4, 2012          Jul 4, 2012
Dist Ed Summer                                                                                          *Apr 30, 2012         Jul 27, 2012
REGISTRATION DATES
Fall                                                                                                    Jul 6, 2011           Sep 21, 2011
Winter                                                                                                  Jul 6, 2011           Jan 17, 2012
Dist Ed Winter/Summer                                                                                   Nov 1, 2011           Jan 17, 2012
Dist Ed Summer                                                                                          Mar 19, 2012          May 11, 2012
54      Admission, Registration & Academic Schedule
                      FALL Sept–Dec 2011   FALL/WINTER Sept 2011–April 2012 WINTER Jan–April 2012
                          DIST ED WINTER/SUMMER Jan–July 2012    DIST ED SUMMER May–Aug 2012

LATE REGISTRATION/REGISTRATION REVISION:                                                                      START                  END
Fall and Fall/ Winter (Half and Full courses)                                                                 Sep 8, 2011            Sep 21, 2011
Winter and Dist Ed Winter/Summer (Half and Full courses)                                                      Jan 4, 2012            Jan 17, 2012
Dist Ed Summer                                                                                                Apr 30, 2012           May 11, 2012
LAST DATE FOR FINAL VOLUNTARY WITHDRAWAL
Fall                                                                                                          Nov 16, 2011
Winter and Fall/Winter                                                                                        Mar 16, 2012
Dist Ed Winter/Summer                                                                                         Jun 6, 2012
Dist Ed Summer                                                                                                Jul 6, 2012
FEE PAYMENT (Last date for fee payment without penalty)
Fall                                                                                                          by 4:30 pm - Sep 7, 2011
Winter                                                                                                        by 4:30 pm - Jan 5, 2012
Dist Ed Winter/Summer                                                                                         by 4:30 pm - Jan 5, 2012
Dist Ed Summer Term                                                                                           by 4:30 pm - May 1, 2012
EXAMINATION PERIODS
Fall                                                                                                          *Dec 9-21, 2011
Fall/Winter and Winter                                                                                        *Apr 9-23, 2012
Dist Ed Winter/Summer                                                                                         *Jul 5, 6 & 9, 2012
Dist Ed Summer                                                                                                *Jul 30- Aug 3, 2012
*Most faculties/schools

APPLICATION FOR EXAMINATIONS (Last date for application to write exams at a location other than the U of M)
Fall                                                                                                          Oct 3, 2011
Winter                                                                                                        Feb 1, 2012




                                                                                                                                                         Admission, Registration
                                                                                                                                                         & Academic Schedule
Dist Ed Winter/Summer                                                                                         May 1, 2012
Dist Ed Summer                                                                                                Jun 1, 2012
DATES OF UNIVERSITY CLOSURE (most faculties/schools)
Canada Day                                                                                                    Jul 1, 2011
Civic Holiday                                                                                                 Aug 1, 2011
Labour Day                                                                                                    Sep 5, 2011
Thanksgiving Day                                                                                              Oct 10, 2011
Remembrance Day                                                                                               Nov 11, 2011                               4
December closure                                                                                              Dec 23, 2011           Jan 2, 2012
Mid-Term Break**                                                                                              Feb 20, 2012           Feb 24, 2012
Louis Riel Day                                                                                                Feb 20, 2012
Good Friday                                                                                                   Apr 6, 2012
Victoria Day                                                                                                  May 21, 2012
**Academic and administrative offices are open during this period, but there are no classes/examinations held for students.

CONVOCATION
Fall Convocation                                                                                              Oct 19, 2011           Oct 20, 2011
Spring Convocation                                                                                            May 29, 2012           May 31, 2012
This schedule provides relevant deadline dates for admission, course registration, and voluntary withdrawal.
You are responsible for familiarizing yourself with and adhering to other relevant deadlines as detailed in the
academic schedule in the Undergraduate Calendar.
Information is accurate at time of printing. Please refer to umanitoba.ca or umanitoba.ca/distance as a source                                      55
for updated information.
Fees, Payments & Refunds
Fees must be received by the fee payment deadline or late fees will be assessed. Student accounts with
outstanding balances at the end of the revision period (Fall/Winter) will be assessed a fee of $40.00 and may be
subject to deregistration from courses in the future term. Registration in the current term is not cancelled due
to non-payment.


Fees                                                               Financial Aid and Awards
Application fee                                                    umanitoba.ca/student/fin_awards/
A non-refundable application fee (see umanitoba.ca/applynow)       The largest single source of financial assistance for
must be included with your Application for Admission. This fee     undergraduate degree credit students is provided by the
may not be applied toward other course fees, and may be paid       federal-provincial student aid program. These loans and grants
by separate cheque or money order, or credit card.                 are a form of supplemental aid which is available on the basis
Fees                                                               of assessed need. The main criteria include the cost of your
                                                                   educational program, your resources, and the resources of
Unless otherwise noted, fees are charged based on the per
                                                                   your family where applicable. The student aid program is
credit hour rate for the faculty or school offering the course.
                                                                   administered by the provincial government.
The calculation of your tuition and other fees is made at the
point of registration. Fees assessed for your current term of      You are encouraged to find out about your eligibility,
registration are available in Aurora Student. A complete record    regardless of whether you think you will receive student aid or
of fees assessed for all terms, as well as all payments you        not. Applications should be submitted as early as possible, at
have made and your account balance is also in your Account         least two months prior to the beginning of the session/term.
Summary through Aurora Student.
                                                                   Information and application forms are available online by
Important: You will not be sent a fee statement in the mail.       June 1 of each year at studentaid.gov.mb.ca. For additional
You are responsible for being aware of your fee balance and        information, please contact:
making payment prior to the deadline.
                                                                   Financial Aid and Awards (Enrolment Services)
The University of Manitoba reserves the right to make changes      422 University Centre
without notice, as circumstances may require, including            Telephone: (204) 474-9531
revisions to the fee structure and cancellation of courses.        Toll Free in Manitoba 1-800-432-1960, ext. 9531
                                                                   Fax: (204) 474-7543
Age exemption
Tuition fees will be waived if you are a Canadian citizen or
permanent resident and reach age 65 by September 1 for
Fall and Winter term and May 1 for Dist Ed Summer term,
provided you have been admitted to the University and
are eligible to register in a degree program or credit courses.
In all other aspects, you are treated the same as other students
and are expected to observe all course prerequisites and
academic regulations.


For a complete schedule of Undergraduate and Graduate 2010-11 fees including tuition, compulsory
(i.e. registration fee, library fee, student services fee), student organization, endowment, etc., please refer
to the Registrar’s Office. If you have questions regarding your fee assessment, please contact the Registrar’s
Office at 474-9420.
· For the Campus Manitoba fee schedule, please refer to campusmanitoba.com or 1-866-445-0063.
· Undergraduate International Students are subject to an international differential fee. Please refer to umanitoba.
  ca/registrar for details.


56      Admission, Registration & Academic Schedule
Payments                                                            Late payment or non-payment of fees for Summer
                                                                    Students in Summer term with outstanding balances after
Fee balance by Aurora Student                                       the fee deadline will be subject to late fees and will have their
When you have finished registering for your courses, you            records and access to services placed on HOLD, but will not be
must request a fee assessment through Aurora Student. Look          subject to deregistration. You are responsible for any academic
for your account summary under ‘Enrolment and Academic              and financial consequences arising from your continued
Records’. In addition to providing a statement of the total         registration in a course.
amount owing, you will also learn the amount that is due by
term. Please ensure that you pay the correct term balance. A        Voluntary withdrawal (VW) from courses
fee statement will not be mailed to you.                            To withdraw from any course, or an entire program of studies,
                                                                    you must use Aurora Student. Students that stop submitting
Payment deadlines                                                   assignments rather than following the VW process, will
The deadline dates for fee payment are as follows:                  continue to be registered and will be held accountable for
Fall term fees – by 4:30 pm September 7, 2011                       all fees charged.

Winter term fees – by 4:30 pm January 5, 2012                       For information regarding withdrawal from courses and
                                                                    programs, refer to the Undergraduate Calendar or contact your
Summer term fees – by 4:30 pm May 1, 2012                           faculty/school.
For fee payment details, log into your Aurora Student account.
                                                                    Refunds
For payment options, sponsorship information and Frequently
Asked Questions, please visit umanitoba.ca/feepayment.              Details regarding refunds and the refund schedule can be
                                                                    found at umanitoba.ca/registrar.
Late payment or non-payment of fees for Fall and Winter
Students with outstanding balances after the published fee
payment deadlines in Fall and Winter terms will be assessed a
$50 late payment fee. Students who no longer wish to attend
classes must complete the voluntary withdrawal procedure
prior to the end of the revision period to receive a 100%
refund. Balances outstanding at the end of the revision period
may be subject to a second late payment fee of $40.




                                                                                                                                        Admission, Registration
                                                                                                                                        & Academic Schedule
Overdue accounts for the Fall term will be placed on HOLD and
students will be deregistered from Winter and/or Summer terms.
Students will be held responsible for the Fall term balance.
Overdue accounts for the Winter term will be placed on HOLD
and students will be deregistered from any future term courses.
Students will be held responsible for the Winter term balance.
Note: Students will not be deregistered from spanned courses.
Students on HOLD will be denied access to most administrative                                                                           4
and academic services, including access to transcripts and
libraries. Please refer to the 2011-12 Undergraduate Calendar for
additional information.




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     2011-2012 Calendar
          May 2011                           June 2011                          July 2011                          August 2011
Su   M    Tu   W    Th   F    Sa   Su   M    Tu   W    Th   F    Sa   Su   M     Tu   W    Th   F    Sa   Su   M    Tu   W    Th   F    Sa
1    2    3    4    5    6    7                   1    2    3    4                              1    2         1     2   3    4    5    6
8    9    10   11   12   13   14   5    6     7   8    9    10   11   3    4     5    6    7    8    9    7    8     9   10   11   12   13
15   16   17   18   19   20   21   12   13   14   15   16   17   18   10   11    12   13   14   15   16   14   15   16   17   18   19   20
22   23   24   25   26   27   28   19   20   21   22   23   24   25   17   18    19   20   21   22   23   21   22   23   24   25   26   27
29   30   31                       26   27   28   29   30             24   25    26   27   28   29   30   28   29   30   31
                                                                      31

     September 2011                     October 2011                       November 2011                       December 2011
Su   M    Tu   W    Th   F    Sa   Su   M    Tu   W    Th   F    Sa   Su   M     Tu   W    Th   F    Sa   Su   M    Tu   W    Th   F    Sa
                    1    2    3                                  1               1    2    3    4    5                        1    2    3
4    5    6    7    8    9    10   2    3     4   5    6    7    8    6    7     8    9    10   11   12   4    5     6   7    8    9    10
11   12   13   14   15   16   17   9    10   11   12   13   14   15   13   14    15   16   17   18   19   11   12   13   14   15   16   17
18   19   20   21   22   23   24   16   17   18   19   20   21   22   20   21    22   23   24   25   26   18   19   20   21   22   23   24
25   26   27   28   29   30        23   24   25   26   27   28   29   27   28    29   30                  25   26   27   28   29   30   31
                                   30   31

      January 2012                      February 2012                           March 2012                          April 2012
Su   M    Tu   W    Th   F    Sa   Su   M    Tu   W    Th   F    Sa   Su   M     Tu   W    Th   F    Sa   Su   M    Tu   W    Th   F    Sa
1    2    3    4    5    6    7                   1    2    3    4                         1    2    3    1    2     3   4    5    6    7
8    9    10   11   12   13   14   5    6     7   8    9    10   11   4    5     6    7    8    9    10   8    9    10   11   12   13   14
15   16   17   18   19   20   21   12   13   14   15   16   17   18   11   12    13   14   15   16   17   15   16   17   18   19   20   21
22   23   24   25   26   27   28   19   20   21   22   23   24   25   18   19    20   21   22   23   24   22   23   24   25   26   27   28
29   30   31                       26   27   28   29                  25   26    27   28   29   30   31   29   30



          May 2012                           June 2012                          July 2012                          August 2012
Su   M    Tu   W    Th   F    Sa   Su   M    Tu   W    Th   F    Sa   Su   M     Tu   W    Th   F    Sa   Su   M    Tu   W    Th   F    Sa
          1    2    3    4    5                             1    2    1    2     3    4    5    6    7                   1    2    3    4
6    7    8    9    10   11   12   3    4     5   6    7    8    9    8    9     10   11   12   13   14   5    6     7   8    9    10   11
13   14   15   16   17   18   19   10   11   12   13   14   15   16   15   16    17   18   19   20   21   12   13   14   15   16   17   18
20   21   22   23   24   25   26   17   18   19   20   21   22   23   22   23    24   25   26   27   28   19   20   21   22   23   24   25
27   28   29   30   31             24   25   26   27   28   29   30   29   30    31                       26   27   28   29   30   31



     September 2012                     October 2012                       November 2012                       December 2012
Su   M    Tu   W    Th   F    Sa   Su   M    Tu   W    Th   F    Sa   Su   M     Tu   W    Th   F    Sa   Su   M    Tu   W    Th   F    Sa
                              1         1     2   3    4    5    6                         1    2    3                                  1
2    3    4    5    6    7    8    7    8     9   10   11   12   13   4    5     6    7    8    9    10   2    3     4   5    6    7    8
9    10   11   12   13   14   15   14   15   16   17   18   19   20   11   12    13   14   15   16   17   9    10   11   12   13   14   15
16   17   18   19   20   21   22   21   22   23   24   25   26   27   18   19    20   21   22   23   24   16   17   18   19   20   21   22
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    Services
    Support Services .............................................................................60
            Off-Campus Library Services .......................................................60
            Book Store ...............................................................................................60
            Distance and Online Education Student Advising.........61
            Help & Solutions Centre, Information Services
            & Technology .........................................................................................61

    Important Sources of Information
    for Distance and Online
    Education Students .....................................................................64




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Support Services
Off-Campus Library Services                                       Book Store
umanitoba.ca/libraries/distance_education                         umanitoba.ca/campus/bookstore/
We’re here to help! Off-Campus Library Services (OCLS) exists     Purchase
to support Distance and Online Education (DE) students. We        It is your responsibility to obtain the required textbooks for your
send out books, videos and photocopied articles to students       course(s) unless otherwise specified. You must ensure that the
living outside Winnipeg, but any DE student can call on us for    edition is correct according to your booklist on Aurora Student.
other assistance. We also help you with research, technical       To obtain a list of the textbooks required for your course, you
problems, and can teach you to search the library catalogue       must access the UM Book Store at umanitoba.ca/bookstore.
and databases. Contact us if you have questions about finding
books, articles and videos for your courses.                      The options for ordering textbooks are as follows:

Borrow materials by visiting the University of Manitoba           · Order textbooks online at umanitoba.ca/bookstore.
Libraries (UML) in person, or request materials by mail, phone,   · Call the Book Store at (204) 474-7961 (Canada toll free at
fax, e-mail or via our online request form at umanitoba.ca/         1-888-216-7011, ext. 7961) to place your order.
libraries/distance_education/distance_request.ssl.php.            · Go directly to the Book Store to purchase your textbooks.
The UML system includes twenty libraries. Together they have        Identify yourself to the staff as a Distance and Online
over 2,000,000 volumes, subscribe to approximately 13,000           Education student and you will be assisted in locating the
journals, and provide access to databases that you can’t get        proper textbooks.
to through Google. Search for these materials with the UML        Only students residing in Canada or with CFPO addresses
catalogue (BISON) at bison.umanitoba.ca.                          can order books COD. Students who do not have Visa or
If the materials you want are not in the UML, we can obtain       MasterCard and who reside outside Canada will be invoiced.
them from another library for you.                                When payment is received, textbooks will be mailed.

Thousands of electronic journals and databases that index         If you wish to purchase used textbooks, you will find them
thousands more are also available to students at umanitoba.       on the Book Store shelves along with the new textbooks. You
ca/libraries. View a subject list of databases at umanitoba.ca/   can also request a used textbook (if available) when ordering
libraries/elibrary/netdoc/subject.shtml.                          online or by telephone.

The UML subscribes to databases and e-journals so students        Book Store hours are available by calling (204) 474-8321 or
and faculty can access them, and read and print complete          Canada toll free at 1-888-216-7011, ext. 8321.
articles via the Internet. To use these resources, you must be
registered as a student or staff member and have received
your student or staff number. You must also have changed
your default Library PIN. For more information, visit
umanitoba.ca/libraries/help/help_my_library.html
To request books or articles from the Libraries, or for help
with any library-related questions, be sure to contact us at:
Off-Campus Library Services
Elizabeth Dafoe Library
University of Manitoba
Winnipeg, MB R3T 2N2
Telephone: (204) 474-9183
MB toll free: 1-800-432-1960 ext. 9183
Canada toll tree: 1-888-216-7011 ext. 9183
Fax: (204) 474-7570
E-mail: dafoe_disted@umanitoba.ca




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Refunds                                                            Resell
Please keep textbooks in new condition until your registration     There are four options available to students wishing to sell
is approved and you receive your course materials. In the          used textbooks:
event that the registration is not approved, new textbooks can
                                                                   · The Book Store conducts a used book buy back throughout
be returned to the Book Store for full refund less COD and/
                                                                     the summer months. The buy back begins in mid-April
or mailing charges. As well, you may return your books if you
                                                                     and runs through till the end of the first week of classes
withdraw from a course.
                                                                     in September. A second term used book buy back is held
Books returned for refund must be in new condition and               from mid-November through till the end of the first week of
accompanied by a sales receipt. They may be returned within          classes in January.
30 days from receipt of the book, 30 days from the beginning       · The Book Store pays cash for current editions of textbooks
of the course, or 30 days from the date of withdrawal.               confirmed for reuse at the university. You can sell your texts
When returning books by mail, please package them properly           for 50% of the current retail price. The buy back is located
so that they are received by the Book Store in resaleable            at the customer service desk in the Book Store, main level,
condition. Books received in an unsaleable condition will be         University Centre.
returned at your expense.                                          · You can mail your books to the Book Store indicating
                                                                     that you would like to sell your book. Your request will be
Books supplied by the Book Store in error or received damaged
                                                                     processed and a cheque sent to you. If the book is not
should be returned immediately for credit.
                                                                     reconfirmed for future use, it will be mailed back to you.
For further information on returns, please call Sharon Pearce at     You are responsible for all postage costs.
(204) 474-8321 or Manitoba toll free 1-800-432-1960 ext. 8321.     · The University of Manitoba Students’ Union buys and sells
                                                                     used texts on consignment throughout the year. Archives
                                                                     Book Exchange is located at 107 Helen Glass Centre
                                                                     (telephone 204-474-6511).




Distance and Online Education
Student Advising
If you are currently taking or are interested in taking
DE courses and have questions, DE Student Support
can provide you with information and assistance,
or direct you to the appropriate person in your
faculty for academic advising. DE Student Support
can be reached at1-888-216-7011, ext. 8012
(Canada toll free) or 204-474-8012, by e-mail at
de_info@umanitoba.ca or in person at 188D
Extended Education Complex.
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Support Services (cont'd)
Help & Solutions Centre                                               Getting Connected
Client Services                                                       When you visit the campus with a laptop you may use a
                                                                      wireless connection or choose to use a laptop port connection
Information Services & Technology                                     in our IST computer labs. You will need to authenticate with
umanitoba.ca/ist                                                      your UMnetID and password. You may also log on to one of
                                                                      the computers in IST’s drop-in labs using your computer
IST offers Distance and Online Education students with                account credentials.
computer accounts, services, and support.
                                                                      For more information see our webpage at
Computing information                                                 umanitoba.ca/ist/connect
For more help and information on computing at the U of M,
under ‘Current Students’ select ‘Computer Support’. Or go             Your U of M e-mail
directly to umanitoba.ca/ist. You can search for answers to any       Your UMnetID gives you an e-mail account that you can use
computer questions by clicking on ‘Ask Umanitoba’.                    for academic as well as personal non-commercial purposes.
                                                                      Initially you are allotted a mailbox quota of 100MB though you
How to claim your UmnetID                                             can request an increase if required. U of M e-mail is filtered for
The procedure to create a computer account for your                   bulk mail and viruses. You can also set up a personal web page
use is referred to as ‘ClaimID’. From any web browser, visit          using your UMnetId Unix account.
“umanitoba.ca/claimid” and follow the on-screen instructions.
You will be asked for your personal information to verify yourself.   Your U of M e-mail address begins with your UMnetID followed
Pay close attention during the process as the password will be        by ‘@cc.umanitoba.ca’.
displayed only once. Once the account is created it may take          It is recommended that your U of M email be used for any
up to one hour before the account is ready on all systems.            official communication when emailing anyone at the U of M.
Your name and U of M e-mail address will be listed in the             Professors may also correspond with you using that address, so
University online directory. To find U of M people enter a name,      be sure to check your u of m email regularly. Alternatively, you
or portion of, in the ‘Search People’ menu on the U of M home         may want to forward mail to your preferred e-mail address.
page. If you prefer not to be listed you will need to use the opt-    Accessing your U of M e-mail
out choice when you go through ClaimID.                               You can access your e-mail in JUMP or in Webmail. umanitoba.
Computer Account privileges allow you access to the                   ca/jump or umanitoba.ca/webmail.
following services:                                                   You can also access it using any e-mail client program such
Your UMnetID gives you access to course websites, Angel,              as Mozilla, Thunderbird, Outlook, or Eudora. Look for setup
JUMP, e-mail, wireless Internet access, network login ports,          instructions for your program on our computing website
Software Express, Unix, and other services.                           umanitoba.ca/ist/email
JUMP is your personal Web portal to access course schedules,          Forwarding your U of M e-mail
your academic data, and a variety of links to useful information      You can choose to have your U of M e-mail forwarded to your
and services. Additionally, you can also use the JUMP calendar        preferred address. Just go to the email tools page page at:
for your own personal appointment book.                               mail.cc.umanitoba.ca. Select ‘Basic’. Or if you wish to set further
URL: umanitoba.ca/jump                                                filters on your e-mail, select ‘Filter’. Login with your UMnet ID.
Software Express offers a variety of useful software to the
campus community for free.




62      Support Services
Computer Security Tips                                          Call on our Help & Solutions Centre (H & SC)
It is important to adopt basic security measures to protect     Our H & SC consultants are available by phone, e-mail, drop-in
yourself and others from security related issues. For Windows   or internet text-talk to help you with your computer questions
computers we strongly recommend using a firewall, antivirus     and problems regarding e-mail, viruses, internet connection,
software and keeping your operating system up to date           etc. They are available from 8:30 to 8:00 pm Monday to Friday.
with patches.
                                                                Contact the H & SC at:
Do not open any attachment (s) unless you are expecting them    support@umanitoba.ca
to be sent.                                                     Phone: (204) 474-8600
Avoid clicking on web links inside an e-mail message. They      Fax: (204) 474-7536
may not go to where you think. Cut and paste the visible        123 Fletcher Argue, Fort Garry campus
address into a separate browser window.                         umanitoba.ca/ist/help

Never give away your username and password, we will never       Useful Bookmarks
ask for it. Treat your account credentials as you would any     ClaimID: umanitoba.ca/claimid
other private information. Beware of phishing scam emails       ANGEL: umanitoba.ca/angel
that suggest they are from the computer help center stating     JUMP: umanitoba.ca/jump
that for account reasons you need to send this information to
                                                                Mail account management: mail.cc.umanitoba.ca
prevent your account from being shut down.
                                                                Software Express: umanitoba.ca/software
The downloading and sharing of copyright material with the      Webmail: umanitoba.ca/webmail
P2P file sharing software is prohibited and may result in the
suspension of your account privileges.
umanitoba.ca/ist/security




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Important Sources of Information for
Distance and Online Education Students
Admissions                       umanitoba.ca/admissions
Aurora Student                   umanitoba.ca
Book Store                       umanitoba.ca/bookstore
Computer Accounts                umanitoba.ca/claimid
Disability Services              umanitoba.ca/student/resource/disability_services/
Distance and Online Education    umanitoba.ca/distance
Fee Payment                      umanitoba.ca/feepayment
Fees                             umanitoba.ca/registrar
Financial Aid and Awards         umanitoba.ca/student/fin_awards
Graduation and Convocation       umanitoba.ca/registrar
Learning Assistance Centre       umanitoba.ca/u1/lac
Off-Campus Library Services      umanitoba.ca/libraries/off_campus
Registration                     umanitoba.ca/registrar (registration information) Aurora Student
                                 (to activate registration)
Student Advocacy                 umanitoba.ca/student/advocacy
Student I.D. Cards               umanitoba.ca/registrar
Transcripts                      umanitoba.ca/registrar
Transferring Faculties/Schools   umanitoba.ca/admissions
Transit from University 1        Aurora Student; go to Enrolment and Academic Records; then to Declarations
Undergraduate Calendar           umanitoba.ca/calendar
Virtual Learning Commons         umanitoba.ca/virtuallearningcommons




64     Support Services
2011–12 Distance and
Online Education Timetable
                                                                                                        Dist Ed
                                                                                                                        Dist Ed
 Application for Admission Deadlines                     Fall/Winter     Fall           Winter          Winter/
                                                                                                                        Summer
                                                                                                        Summer
*Arts                                                    Jul 4, 11       Jul 4, 11      Oct 3, 11       Oct 3, 11       umanitoba.ca/admissions
 Clayton H. Riddell Environment, Earth, and Resources    Jul 4, 11       Jul 4, 11      Nov 1, 11       Nov 1,11        umanitoba.ca/admissions
 General Studies             By Mail/Online              Aug 15, 11      Aug 15, 11     Dec 1, 11       Dec 1, 11       umanitoba.ca/admissions
 (Extended Education)
 (At Admissions only)        In Person                   Aug 29, 11      Aug 29, 11     Dec 9, 11       Dec 9, 11       umanitoba.ca/admissions
*Education                   After-Degree B.Ed           Feb 1, 11       Feb 1, 11      N.A.            N.A.            N.A.
                             Post-Baccalaureate          Aug 2, 11       Aug 2, 11      Dec 1, 11       Dec 1, 11       umanitoba.ca/admissions
*Social Work                                             Mar 1, 11       Mar 1, 11      N.A.            N.A.            N.A.
 University 1                By Mail/Online              Aug 15, 11      Aug 15, 11     Dec 1, 11       Dec 1, 11       umanitoba.ca/admissions
 (At Admissions only)        In Person                   Aug 29, 11      Aug 29, 11     Dec 9, 11       Dec 9, 11       umanitoba.ca/admissions


 Registration/Deadlines
 Web Registration                                        Jul 6, 11       Jul 6, 11      Jul 6, 11       Nov 1, 11       Mar 19-May 11, 12
                                                         Sep 21, 11      Sep 21, 11     Jan 17, 12      Jan 17, 12
 Late Registration/Registration Revision Period          Sep 8-21, 11    Sep 8-21, 11   Jan 4-17, 12    Jan 4-17, 12    Apr 30-May 11, 12
 Fee payment deadline                                    Sep 7, 11/      Sep 7, 11      Jan 5, 12       Jan 5, 12/      May 1, 12
                                                         Jan 5, 12                                      May 1,12
 Late Fees Apply                                         Sep 8-21, 11    Sep 8-21, 11   Jan 6-17,12     Jan 6-17,12     May 2-11, 12
 Term commences                                          Sep 8, 11       Sept 8, 11     Jan 4, 12       Jan 4, 12       Apr 30, 12
 Term ends                                               Apr 5, 12       Dec 7, 11      Apr 5, 12       Jul 4, 12       Jul 27, 12
 Mid-term Break                                          Feb 20-24, 12   N.A.           Feb 20-24, 12   Feb 20-24, 12   N.A.
 Voluntary withdrawal deadlines                          Mar 16, 12      Nov 16, 11     Mar 16, 12      Jun 6, 12       Jul 6, 12
 Deadlines for application to write exams                Feb 1, 12       Oct 3, 11      Feb 1, 12       May 1, 12       Jun 1, 12
 Exam Period                                             Apr 9-23, 12    Dec 9-21, 11   Apr 9-23, 12    July 5-9, 12    Jul 30-Aug 3, 12



Where a deadline falls on a weekend or statutory holiday, the normal closing time of the next working day will be used.
*Apply only using specific Faculty application forms available from the Admissions Office or from umanitoba.ca/applynow




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188D Extended Education Complex
University of Manitoba
Winnipeg, Manitoba R3T 2N2
204-474-8012
Tol free: 1-888-216-7011, ext. 8012
email: de_info@umanitoba.ca
umanitoba.ca/distance




2011-12
Distance
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