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Flexible Degree Studies 2012 SUMMER SESSION MAY JUNE JULY AUGUST umanitoba.ca /summer Message from Summer SeSSion You are invited to join the thousands of students who take advantage of Flexible Degree Studies in Summer Session – to ease course loads in fall and winter, speed up completion of a degree, catch up on missed courses or simply enjoy summertime learning. Courses and programs are available in a variety of formats: Compressed on Campus - Summer Institutes - Travel Study - Blended Learning - Distance and Online Summer Session is in full swing throughout the spring and summer - starting April 30 you can take a course in either the day or evening on campus or begin a distance /online course, and starting later in June even more courses and programs are available. In total, there are over 500 choices for a rewarding learning experience at the U of M’s Summer Session – Flexible Degree Studies. Welcome to the University of Manitoba’s Summer Session 2012! INsIDe 5 8 19 20 Helpful Things to Know . . . . . . . . . . . . 4 Need More Flexibility. . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5 5 Need more flexibility Flex your intellectual muscle in Summer Session Registration Schedule . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6 Admission to Summer Session . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7 8 exPerieNCe, leArN, ANd trANSform Transition to the U of M in Summer Session Experience, Learn, and Transform . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8 19 JAzz uP your Summer Jazz Camp: A unique jazz experience Teaching in Summer Session . . . . . . . . . 9 What's Offered in Summer Session . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10 20 trAvel ANd Study Not just a dream Important Dates . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14 CoNtACt Summer SeSSioN Fees, VW & Refunds . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17 Director Inquiries - (204) 474-6963/8008 Summer Institutes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18 Bill Kops - 474-6198 Toll free in Manitoba Jazz Up Your Summer . . . . . . . . . . . . 19 Administrative Coordinator 1-800-421-1960 ext. 6963/8008 Janine Lindsey - 474-8003 Travel and Study . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20 National toll free Program Assistant, 1-888-215-7011 ext. 6963/8008 Darlene Lecuyer – 474-6963 Fax: (204) 474-7660 Program Assistant Cheryl Hadaller – 474-8008 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Program Assistant Kim Bourdeaud’hui – 474-8018 fACulty/SChool CHECK OUT THE ONLINE offiCeS ClaSS SCheDUle For Faculty/School Office and Photography: Mike Latschislaw U of M Administrative Office FOR MORE DETAILS phone numbers visit: istockphoto.com aurora.umanitoba.ca umanitoba.ca/summer àGeneral Information àTelephone Directory Summer SeSSion 2012 | 3 HeLPFUL THINgs TO KNOW Can i search for courses online? Where do i get a student i.d. card? Search for Summer Session 2012 courses at Picture identification (I.D.) cards are required to access umanitoba.ca/summer à Class Schedule. Search by a variety of services available to Summer Session course, subject, instructor and more! students, including the library, athletic facilities, and access to exams. Please go to umanitoba/summer à do i need to apply for admission? General Information à exams, I.D. Cards & More. If you are not already admitted to the University of Manitoba, you are required to apply for admission. Where can i park? Please go to page 7 for more information. For student parking infomation and rates, please go to umanitoba. ca/summer à General Information à how & when do i register? Services for Students. Registration begins March 19, 2012, and continues until the course start date. For your convenience, you may Where can i buy books and supplies? access the registration system at aurora.umanitoba.ca. The University Book Store is located in University Centre Please refer to Registration Schedule on page 6 and at the Fort Garry Campus, and the Brodie Centre at Registration Procedures at umanitoba.ca/summer à Health Sciences Campus. Please go to umanitoba. ca/ Registration. summer à General Information à Services for Students. do i have fair access to space in courses? Yes, for the first 5 days of registration, an equal number Where can i eat? of spaces are released each day. So, whether you are Dining rooms and canteen facilities provide a variety assigned to register on Day 1 or on Day 5, gradual of food services for Summer Session students. release ensures you fair access to space in courses. Please go to umanitoba.ca/summer à General Following the initial 5 days, registration is open to all Information à Services for Students. students in all courses. Please see the Registration Schedule on page 6. how do i obtain a tuition receipt for income tax Purposes? how do i pay my fees? Tuition and Education Amounts Certificates, Form Please go to umanitoba.ca/summerà Fees/Refunds for T2202A, for income tax purposes will be issued online detailed information regarding fee payment. through Aurora Student at aurora.umanitoba.ca. Go to umanitoba.ca/student/records/fees/951.htm for Are my fees refundable? more information. If you withdraw from a Summer Session course you may be eligible for a fee refund. For Voluntary Withdrawal and Refund information, go to page 17. CHECK OUT THE ONLINE ClaSS SCheDUle FOR MORE DETAILS aurora.umanitoba.ca 4 | Summer SeSSion 2012 NeeD MOre flex your intellectual muscle FLexIbILITy? in Summer Session Offering numerous courses and delivery options, Flexible Degree Studies at the U of M is meeting the evolving needs of today’s learners. Full-time on-campus students, students studying at a distance, or working adult part-time learners can take courses at a time, place and format suited to their needs. Summer Session expands the conventional academic schedule beyond the fall and winter timeframe, including compressed and selected blended learning courses on weekdays, evenings and weekends. Courses in distance and online formats extend learning beyond the physical campus. You can choose from hundreds of flexible degree options offered in Summer Session from more than 50 U of M departments, including a wide range of majors and minors needed to meet degree requirements. Among the many advantages of Summer Session is the opportunity to ease your course load during the fall and winter or speed up completion of your degree. Summer Session can provide access to courses that are not available or are full during the fall and winter, and many students take this opportunity to pick up prerequisite or missed courses. So this year, flex your intellectual muscle, and explore the many benefits of Flexible Degree Studies in Summer Session at the U of M! Summer SeSSion 2012 | 5 regIsTraTION sCHeDULe registration dates (apply to all students) registration – Aurora Student For the first 5 days of registration (March 19, 20, 21, 22, 23), You may access the registration system online through spaces in most courses are released each day in equal Aurora Student. Only students who have applied and numbers to ensure fair access for all students. For example, been officially admitted to the University may register. if a course has 50 spaces available,10 spaces will be To register, go to Aurora Student at aurora.umanitoba.ca à released each day. During these 5 days of registration, the enter Secure area and login using your Student Number as only day you may register is determined by the last two your UserID and enter your PIN. Next, select Enrolment and digits of your Student Number (see below). You may Academic Records, and then Registration. You will now be register between 9:00 a.m. and 12:00 midnight on your able to perform a number of functions in Aurora Student, day of registration. including view class schedule, change your PIN, add or Starting Monday, March 26 registration will be open to all drop classes, and view your academic records. students and will continue until the final dates to register You may not register for courses where examinations for Summer Session (go to pages 14-16 or umanitoba.ca/ conflict, or for courses which result in three examinations summer à Important Dates). on one day. In Summer Session 2012, students may be limited to one lASt 2 digitS repeat in a course in which a grade was received. Please regiStrAtioN dAte of StudeNt contact a student advisor in your faculty prior to registering Number to request permission to repeat a course. DAY 1 Monday, March 19 00-19 For detailed registration information, including Steps to DAY 2 Tuesday, March 20 20-39 Registration, go to umanitoba.ca/student/records à how to Register à Steps to Registration. DAY 3 Wednesday, March 21 40-59 Remember to check Aurora Student for a Fee Assessment. DAY 4 Thursday, March 22 60-79 See Fees on page 17. DAY 5 Friday, March 23 80-99 hours of operation – Aurora Student Need regiStrAtioN With the exception of the first week, registration ASSSiStANCe? through Aurora Student is available 24 hours per day, 7 days per week, including many statutory holidays and Call Summer Session, (204) 474-6963/8008, dates of university closure. Support and academic advising or your faculty/school office. provided by university staff are available during the normal For the faculty/school office directory, office hours of 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., Monday to Friday. go to umanitoba.ca/summer à General Information à Telephone Directory 6 | Summer SeSSion 2012 aDMIssION TO sUMMer sessION If you are not already admitted to the University of degree programs. It provides the freedom to choose Manitoba, you are required to apply for admission to take from a variety of academic disciplines, or the opportunity courses in Summer Session 2012. The programs below to satisfy entry requirements to a faculty or school. accept applications for admission – for detailed information Students who have completed 24 credit hours or more please refer to umanitoba.ca/summer à admission. of coursework elsewhere can apply directly to a faculty All students new to the University of Manitoba who or school. have completed less than 24 credit hours at another For more information, go to umanitoba.ca/summer à post-secondary institution are required to apply to admission, or contact Enrolment Services, (204)474-8808. University 1. University 1 is the first year of most mAy & JuNe dAy July & AuguSt dAy AdmiSSioN deAdliNe AdmiSSioN deAdliNe Faculty of arts March 1 (see note 1) March 1 (see note 1) Faculty of education (Post- April 1 Online April 1; in-person or by mail Baccalaureate Diploma in June 1 education) Faculty of environment, earth, April 1 April 1 and Resources General Studies (extended By mail or online April 2 (May Day), By mail or online May 28 (July Day), education) April 30 (June Day); in-person June 25 (August Day); in-person applications no later than 5 working applications no later than 5 working days prior to the start of a course days prior to the start of a course Faculty of Science March 1 (see note 1) March 1 (see note 1) University 1 By mail or online April 2 (May Day), By mail or online May 28 (July Day), April 30 (June Day); in-person June 25 (August Day); in-person applications no later than 5 working applications no later than 5 working days prior to the start of a course days prior to the start of a course 1. Current University 1 students will remain in University 1 for the Summer Session, and if eligible, will be able to transit to the Faculty of Arts or Science for Fall/Winter using Aurora Student beginning June 6. Exceptions to this policy will be considered on appeal to the Dean’s Office. CHECK OUT THE ONLINE ClaSS SCheDUle FOR MORE DETAILS aurora.umanitoba.ca Summer SeSSion 2012 | 7 exPerIeNCe, LearN, aND TraNsFOrMGet a head start on your academic career through Summer University Advantage! Are you a newly admitted University 1 Student? If so, Summer Session offers the opportunity to get a head start on your academic career! Through Summer University Advantage new students can begin their studies during Summer Session. In 2012, Summer University Advantage will again feature the very popular course Introduction to University. The course is a great introduction to culture and life at the University of Manitoba – and it counts for 3 credits towards begins with an orientation session on July 3 your degree while meeting the compulsory and runs through to August 3 (Monday through Written English requirement. Also included are Thursday, 10:00-noon). special activities to help you make a successful Students who have been admitted to University 1 and satisfying transition to the U of M. by June 30th are eligible to participate in After all, university is a whole new world, and Summer University Advantage. Apply early, the most successful students are those best because enrolment is limited! Application forms prepared to adapt to their new environment and for Summer University Advantage are available its new and exciting challenges. The experience at umanitoba.ca/summer 8 | Summer SeSSion 2012 TeaCHINg IN sUMMer sessION A+ experience for instructors and Students For students, the advantages of taking courses in Summer Session are many. Ever wonder what instructors have to say about teaching in Summer Session – what they consider the advantages? Here are excerpts from interviews with U of M instructors about their experiences teaching in Summer Session. I prefer teaching in Summer Session because the smaller classes provide a better opportunity to get to know students. I can more easily measure student progress in the course, and generate some interesting class discussion. I enjoy teaching in Summer Session – classes tend to be intense, but it’s possible to get a lot of work done. The advantage in Summer Session is the continuity of class meetings, so you never need to spend time catching up and students are fully engaged for the entire course. Summer Session is the same positive experience that I have when teaching in the fall and winter terms, but it is more intense. It’s like living, thinking, and breathing the course for 4 weeks. Students have a Get the advantage - positive experience because typically, taking one course at a time means take a course in Summer Session! they are able to study and focus without worrying about other courses. umanitoba.ca/summer à Class Schedule Even though the course is the same, it’s the difference in the feel that makes for a positive teaching (and learning) experience in Summer Session. The difference is a combination of nice weather and students being more relaxed and informal. The campus is a lot less busy with fewer people, which adds to a generally different mood. Summer SeSSion 2012 | 9 Unfold to check out the courses that attract thousands of students to Summer Session at the U of M! These centerfold pages list the courses offered in May, June, July, and August 2012. WHaT's OFFereD IN sUMMer sessION? Courses are available in multiple compressed on campus sections at a variety of dates and summer institutes times – in a variety of formats: travel study blended learning distance and online Go to aurora.umanitoba.ca à Class Schedule and search for course scheduling details by subject, term, time, day, or instructor. 10 | Summer SeSSion 2012 May, JUNe, JULy, & aUgUsT faculty of Agricultural and food Sciences LING 1200 NATV 1000 Introduction to Linguistics Orientation Course: The Colonizers and the Colonized SOIL 3610 Field Methods in Land Resource Science NATV 1220W The Native Peoples of Canada, Part 1 NATV 1240W The Native Peoples of Canada, Part 2 faculty of Arts NATV 2000 Super Savages and Sovereign Traces: Introduction to ANTH 1210¬t Human Origins and Antiquity (A) Indigenous Graphic Novels ANTH 1220¬t Cultural Anthropology (A) NATV 2020W The Métis of Canada ANTH 2100 Introduction to Archaeology (D) NATV 2100 Aboriginal Spirituality ANTH 2430 Ecology, Technology and Society (B) NATV 3100 Aboriginal Healing Ways ANTH 2560 Anthropology of Illness (B) NATV 3130 International Indigenous Literatures ANTH 2820 Human Osteology (C) NATV 3240 Native Medicine and Health ANTH 3910 Archaeological Field Training (D,E) NATV 3280 Aboriginal Peoples and the Canadian ARTS 1110W¬t Introduction to University Criminal Justice System ASIA 1420W Asian Civilizations to 1500 (B) PHIL 1200 Introduction to Philosophy ASIA 1430W Asian Civilizations from 1500 (B) PHIL 1290¬t Critical Thinking ASIA 1750 Introduction to Korean PHIL 2740 Ethics and Biomedicine ASIA 1760 Introduction to Chinese (Mandarin) PHIL 2750 Ethics and the Environment ASIA 1770 Introduction to Japanese PHIL 2830 Business Ethics ASIA 2760 Intermediate Chinese (Mandarin) PHIL 2840 The Ethics of War and Peace ASIA 3480 Indigenous Peoples in Japan POLS 1500W Introduction to Politics ASIA 3760 Advanced Chinese (Mandarin) POLS 2040W Introduction to International Relations CATH 1190W Introduction to Catholic Studies POLS 2070W Introduction to Canadian Government CLAS 1270 Ancient Greek Culture POLS 3950 Research Methods in the Study of Politics CLAS 1280 Introduction to Ancient Roman Culture POLS 7300 Public Finance CLAS 2520 Greek and Roman Mythology PSYC 1200¬ Introduction to Psychology GRK 1010 Introduction to the Reading of Ancient Greek 1 PSYC 2250 Introduction to Psychological Research GRK 1020 Introduction to the Reading of Ancient Greek 2 PSYC 2260M Introduction to Research Methods in Psychology LATN 1080 Introduction to the Reading of Latin 1 PSYC 2290 Child Development LATN 1090 Introduction to the Reading of Latin 2 PSYC 2310 Adolescent Development ECON 1010¬ Introduction to Microeconomic Principles PSYC 2360 Brain and Behaviour ECON 1020¬t Introduction to Macroeconomic Principles PSYC 2390 Psychology of Women ECON 2390 Introduction to Environmental Economics PSYC 2400t Psychology of Sex Differences ECON 2400 Introduction to Energy Economics PSYC 2410 Social Psychology 1 ECON 2450t Microeconomic Theory and Its Applications 1 PSYC 2420 Social Psychology 2 ECON 2460t Microeconomic Theory and Its Applications 2 PSYC 2440¬t Behaviour Modification Principles ECON 2470t Macroeconomic Theory and Its Applications 1 PSYC 2450¬t Behaviour Modification Applications ECON 2480t Macroeconomic Theory and Its Applications 2 PSYC 2470 Learning Foundations of Psychology ECON 2520 Economics of Sports and Leisure PSYC 2520 Orientations to Psychological Systems ECON 2530 Introduction to Mathematical Economics PSYC 3450† Psychology of Personality ECON 3170 Introduction to Quantitative Methods in Economics PSYC 3460¬t Abnormal Psychology ECON 3640 Economics of the Financial System RLGN 1320W Introduction to World Religions (B) ECON 3670 International Trade RLGN 1410 Death and Concepts of the Future (C) ECON 3680 International Finance RLGN 1420W Ethics in World Religions (C) ENGL 0930W¬ English Composition RLGN 1440W Evil in World Religions (C) ENGL 1200W Representative Literary Works RLGN 1450 Religion and the Media (C) ENGL 1300W¬ Literature since 1900 RLGN 2030 Psychology and Religion (C) ENGL 1310W¬ Literary Topics RLGN 2060 Religion and Violence (C) ENGL 2140W Literature of the Victorian Period RLGN 2110 Religion and Healing (C) ENGL 2760W Introductory Creative Writing SOC 1200¬ Introduction to Sociology ENGL 2940W Short Fiction 1 SOC 2290 Introduction to Research Methods ENGL 3800W¬ Special Studies 1 SOC 2510 Criminology FILM 1290 The Art of the Film 1 SOC 3660 Sociology of Mental Disorder FILM 1310 Film History SOC 3790 Women, Crime and Social Justice FILM 3250 Redo, Reuse, Recycle: Remakes, Adaptations and Franchises SOC 3830 Youth, Crime, and Society FILM 3260 Documentary Filmmaking WOMN 1500W Introduction to Women’s and Gender Studies in the FREN 1150¬ Introductory French Humanities FREN 1200 French 1 WOMN 2530 Writing Women's Lives SPAN 1180 SPAN 1190 Introductory Spanish Introductory Spanish 2 i.h. Asper School of business ITLN 1080 Introductory Italian ACC 1100¬ Introductory Financial Accounting GRMN 1120 Beginning German ACC 1110¬ Introductory Managerial Accounting HIST 1200W An Introduction to the History of Western Civilization (G) ACC 2010 Intermediate Accounting - Assets HIST 1380W An Introduction to Modern World History: 1800-Present (M) ACC 2020¬ Intermediate Accounting - Equities HIST 1420W Asian Civilizations to 1500 (B) ACC 3040 Cost Accounting HIST 1430W Asian Civilizations from 1500 (B) ACC 3050 Taxation Accounting HIST 1440W History of Canada (C) ACC 4010 Auditing HIST 2080W The Byzantine Empire and the Slavic World (D) ACC 4030 Accounting Theory HIST 2240W History of Antisemitism and the Holocaust (E) FIN 2200¬ Corporation Finance HIST 2720W The World Since 1945 (G,M) FIN 3480 Corporate Finance Theory and Practice HIST 3090 Film, History, Nation in China MIS 2000 Information Systems for Management HIST 3110 Graphic Histories, Illustrated Histories and ACT 2020 Economic and Financial Applications Historical Comic Books ACT 2120 Interest Theory HIST 4580 The Great Historians (G) ACT 3130 Actuarial Models 1 LABR 1290 Introduction to the Canadian Labour Movement ACT 3230 Actuarial Models 2 LABR 2300 Workers, Employers and the State ENTR 2010 Managing the Smaller Business ENTR 2020 Starting a New Business GMGT 1010W¬ Business and Society GMGT 2010W¬ Business Communications GMGT 2060¬ Management and Organization Theory GMGT 2070¬ Introduction to Organizational Behaviour GMGT 2120¬ Business/Government Relations GMGT 3300¬ Commercial Law 11 | Summer SeSSion 2012 May, JUNe, JULy, & aUgUsT GMGT 4010¬ HRIR 2440 Administrative Policy Human Resource Management faculty of human ecology HRIR 3450 Labour and Employment Relations FMLY 1010 Human Development in the Family INTB 2200 International Management FMLY 1012 Introduction to Social Development MKT 2210¬ Fundamentals of Marketing FMLY 1020 Family Issues Across the Lifespan MKT 3220 Marketing Research FMLY 2350 Multicultural Family Issues MKT 3230¬ Consumer Behaviour FMLY 3012 Theories of Social Development MKT 3240¬ Selected Topics in Marketing FMLY 3240 Families in Later Years MKT 3300¬ International Marketing FMLY 3330 Parenting and Developmental Health MKT 3340 Services Marketing FMLY 3400 Families as Consumers MKT 4270 Sales Management FMLY 4600 Risk and Resilence in Behavioural and Social Development MSCI 2150¬ Introduction to Management Sciences FMLY 4800 Senior Seminar in Family Violence and Conflict Resolution SCM 2160¬ Supply Chain and Operations Management HEAL 2600 Integration of Health Determinants of Individuals HMEC 2000 Research Methods and Presentation faculty of education HMEC 3100 HNSC 1200¬ Communication for Professional Practice Food: Facts and Fallacies EDUB 1602 Aboriginal Perspectives and the Curriculum HNSC 1210¬ Nutrition for Health and Changing Lifestyles EDUB 1620 Principles and Procedures of Second Language Teaching HNSC 2130 Nutrition Through the Life Cycle EDUB 1640 Teaching ESL Vocabulary and Pronunciation HNSC 2140 Basic Principles of Human Nutrition EDUB 1650 Teaching ESL Grammar HNSC 4364 Foods Industry Option Practicum EDUB 1740 Drama Across the Curriculum TXSC 2420 History of Textiles EDUB 1840 Adult ESL Curriculum and the Canadian Language Benchmarks TXSC 3470 Environmental Sustainability and Textiles EDUB 1860 Practicum in Teaching English as a Second Language (TESL) EDUB 1940 EDUB 1950 Integrated Programs School Experience 1 Integrated Programs School Experience 2 faculty of Kinesiology and recreation management EDUB 5012 Video Art, Culture and Education KIN 2320 Human Anatomy EDUB 5360 Children's Literature KIN 2330 Biomechanics EDUB 5370 Adolescent Literature KIN 3470 Exercise Physiology EDUB 5470¬ Recent Developments in Curriculum: Mathematics KIN 3512 Principles of Fitness Training and Natural Sciences 1 KIN 3740 Resistance Training and Conditioning EDUB 5510 Practicum in Teaching English as a Second Language (TESL) KIN 3914 Athletic Therapy Clinical Block Placement EDUB 7180 Research in Written Composition KIN 4560 Advanced Fitness Appraisal and Lifestyle Counselling EDUB 7212 Critical Applied Linguistics in a Global Context PERS 1300 Introduction to Leisure Travel EDUB 7330 Inquiry in Curriculum and Instruction PERS 1500 Foundations of Physical Education and Kinesiology EDUB 7416 Teaching and Learning In Post Secondary Education PERS 4200¬ Special Topics EDUA 1500 Aboriginal Education PERS 4630 Supervised Fieldwork Experience EDUA 1540t Cross-Cultural Education PHED 3102 Aboriginal Song and Dance EDUA 1570 Foundations of Adult Education PHED 3770¬ Aboriginal Games and Activities EDUA 1590 Facilitating Adult Learning REC 4720 Wilderness Adventures EDUA 5040 Personnel Administration in Education EDUA 5080 Legal and Administrative Aspects of Schools for Clinicians marcel A. desautels faculty of music EDUA 5480 Counselling Skills MUSC 3130 Music for Children 1: EDUA 5500 Theories and Issues in School Counselling Orff-Schulwerk Music Education Program EDUA 5510 Elementary School Counselling MUSC 3140 Music for Children 2: EDUA 5520 Ethics in Counselling Orff-Schulwerk Music Education Program EDUA 5530 Secondary School Counselling MUSC 4350 Music for Children 3: EDUA 5540 Groups in Guidance Orff-Schulwerk Music Education Program EDUA 5550 Psychology of Human Relationships EDUA 5570 EDUA 5590 Family Life Education Career Information faculty of Nursing EDUA 5600 Introduction to Inclusive Special Education NURS 1260 Human Growth and Development EDUA 5630 Assessment and Instruction in Inclusive Special Education NURS 1280 Introduction to Nursing faculty of Pharmacy EDUA 5670 Strategies for Organizing Inclusive Classrooms and Schools EDUA 5680 Promoting Responsible Behaviour in Educational Settings EDUA 5730 Bullying in Schools: Issues and Interventions PHRM 1000 Introduction to Pharmacy EDUA 5800 Introduction to Educational Research PHRM 2700 Structured Practical Experiential Program 2 (SPEP - 2) EDUA 7050 Theoretical Perspectives in Educational Administration PHRM 3700 Structured Practical Experiential Program 3 (SPEP - 3) EDUA 7406 Blended and e-Learning EDUA 7540 Programs in Career Development faculty of Science faculty of engineering BIOL 1000¬ BIOL 1010¬ Biology: Foundations of Life Biology: Biological Diversity and Interaction CIVL 4050 Engineering Economics BIOL 1020 Biology 1: Principles and Themes ECE 2160 Electronics 2E BIOL 1030 Biology 2: Biological Diversity, Function and Interactions ENG 1430 Design in Engineering BIOL 1340 The State of the Earth's Environment: Contemporary Issues ENG 1440 Introduction to Statics BIOL 1410 Anatomy of the Human Body ENG 1450 Introduction to Electrical and Computer Engineering BIOL 1412 Physiology of the Human Body ENG 1460 Introduction to Thermal Sciences BIOL 2242 The Flowering Plants ENG 2010 Technical Communications BIOL 2300 Principles of Ecology BIOL 2390 Introductory Ecology Clayton h. riddell BIOL 2410 Human Physiology 1 faculty of environment, earth,and resources BIOL 2420 BIOL 2500 Human Physiology 2 Genetics 1 ENVR 1000t Environmental Science1 - Concepts BIOL 2520 Cell Biology ENVR 2000 Environmental Science 2 - Issues BIOL 2540 Developmental Biology ENVR 4000¬ Multidisciplinary Topics in Environmental Science 2 BIOL 3372 Wetland Ecology GEOG 1280t Introduction to Human Geography CHEM 0900 Preparatory Chemistry GEOG 1290t Introduction to Physical Geography CHEM 1300 University 1 Chemistry: Structure and Modelling in Chemistry GEOG 2570t Geography of Canada (A) CHEM 1310 University 1 Chemistry: An Introduction to Physical Chemistry GEOG 2580t Geography of the United States (A) CHEM 2210 Introductory Organic Chemistry 1:Structure and Function GEOL 1410W Natural Disasters and Global Change CHEM 2220 Introductory Organic Chemistry 2: Reactivity and Synthesis GEOL 1420W Exploring the Planets CHEM 2360 Biochemistry 1: Biomolecules and an Introduction to GEOL 3910 Introduction to Field Mapping Metabolic Energy GEOL 4910 Advanced Field Mapping CHEM 2370 Biochemistry 2: Catabolism, Synthesis, and Information Pathways CHEM 4802 Forensics Processing and Analysis 12 | Summer SeSSion 2012 May, JUNe, JULy, & aUgUsT COMP 1010t COMP 1012 Introductory Computer Science 1 Computer Programming for Scientists and Engineers Summer institutes COMP 1020 Introductory Computer Science 2 Choose from the following Summer Institutes: COMP 1260t Introductory Computer Usage 1 COMP 2080 Analysis of Algorithms • Ojibway Language and Narrative COMP 2130 Discrete Mathematics for Computer Science • Creativity in Educational Practice COMP 2140 Data Structures and Algorithms • Storytelling for Peace Education and Human Rights COMP 2150 Object Orientation COMP 2280 Introduction to Computer Systems • Education for Sustainability COMP 3010 Distributed Computing • Language, Learning and Literacy COMP 3170 Analysis of Algorithms and Data Structures • Alternative Education in a Changing World: Human Rights and COMP 3350 Software Engineering 1 Social Justice in Action COMP 3430 Operating Systems COMP 3620 Professional Practice in Computer Science • Creating Academic and Social Inclusion: Building Project-Based, MATH 1010Mt Applied Finite Mathematics Place-Based and Land-Based Teaching MATH 1020M¬ Mathematics in Art • Inclusive Special Education - Universal Design for Learning: MATH 1210M Techniques of Classical and Linear Algebra Teaching Diverse Learners in the Inclusive Classroom MATH 1300M¬t Vector Geometry and Linear Algebra MATH 1500M¬t Introduction to Calculus • Program Evaluation MATH 1700M Calculus 2 • Music for Children 3 MATH 2130 Engineering Mathematical Analysis 1 MATH 2132 Engineering Mathematical Analysis 2 For detailed information on Summer Institutes go to MATH 2300 Linear Algebra 2 MATH 2500 Introduction to Number Theory umanitoba.ca/summerà Summer Institutes MATH 2720 Multivariable Calculus MATH 3132 MBIO 1010 Engineering Mathematical Analysis 3 Microbiology I Additional courses available by distance/online MBIO 1220 Essentials of Microbiology COMP 1270 Introductory Computer Usage 2 MBIO 2020 Microbiology II EDUA 1560 Adult Learning and Development MBIO 2360 Biochemistry 1: Biomolecules and an Introduction to EDUA 1580 Program Planning in Adult Education Metabolic Energy FMLY 1420 Family Management Principles MBIO 2370 Biochemistry 2: Catabolism, Synthesis, and Information FMLY 2600 Foundations of Childhood Developmental Health Pathways FAAH 1030 Introduction to Art 1A PHYS 0900 Preparing for University Physics FAAH 1040 Introduction to Art 2A PHYS 1020M General Physics 1 FAAH 3590 Islamic Art and Architecture PHYS 1030M General Physics 2 GEOG 2630 Geography of Culture and Environment (HS) PHYS 1050 Physics 1: Mechanics GEOG 2640 Geography of Culture and Inequality (HS) PHYS 1070 Physics 2: Waves and Modern Physics PERS 1200 Physical Activity, Health and Wellness STAT 1000M¬ Basic Statistical Analysis 1 PERS 1400 Concepts of Recreation and Leisure STAT 2000M Basic Statistical Analysis 2 PSYC 2460 Dyadic Relations STAT 2400M Introduction to Probability 1 PSYC 3530 Contemporary Issues 1: Obesity and Eating Disorders PSYC 3660 Sport Psychology faculty of Social Work SWRK 2110 SWRK 3100 Emergence of the Canadian Social Welfare State Systematic Inquiry in Social Work SWRK 1310t Introduction to Social Welfare Policy Analysis SWRK 3130 Contemporary Canadian Social Welfare SWRK 2080¬t Interpersonal Communication Skills SWRK 3140 Introduction to Social Work Practice SWRK 3150t Field Instruction 1 SWRK 4200 Field Focus 1: Aging SWRK 4050¬ Selected Topics in Social Work SWRK 4200 Field Focus 1: Mental Health SWRK 4120t Field Instruction 2 SWRK 4300 Field Focus 2: Aging SWRK 4210¬t Feminist Perspectives on Social Work Practice SWRK 4300 Field Focus 2: Mental Health and Social Welfare Policy SOC 2330 Social Psychology in Sociological Perspective SWRK 4220¬t Aboriginal People and Social Work Practice SOC 2460 The Family SWRK 4270 Crisis Intervention SOC 3710 Sociology of Criminal Careers SWRK 6050 Field Practice WOMN 1600 Introduction to Women's and Gender Studies SWRK 6070 Qualitative Research in Social Work in the Social Sciences SWRK 7180 Advanced Field Practice SWRK 7190 Integrating Theory and Research in Advanced Field Practice ¬ multiple sections and/or topics offered SWRK 7220 Readings SWRK 7230 Spirituality and Social Work t also available by distance/online SWRK 7300 Clinical Evaluation of Social Work Interventions School of Art FA 1020M¬ Mathematics in Art FAAH 3250¬ Topics in Art History STDO 1210 Drawing: Studio 1 STDO 1230 Drawing: Figure Study 1 STDO 1250 Drawing: Studio 2 CHECK OUT THE ONLINE STDO 1410 STDO 1450 Visual Language Open Studio 1 ClaSS SCheDUle STDO 1470¬ Materials Studio FOR MORE DETAILS STDO 2680¬ Special Topics travel/Study Courses aurora.umanitoba.ca Choose from the following Travel/Study destinations: Baffin Island: Nunavut Iceland Banff, Alberta India China Israel Churchill, Manitoba Poland Clearwater, Manitoba Ukraine Eastern Canada United Kingdom For detailed information on Travel/Study courses go to umanitoba.ca/summer àTravel/Summer Courses Summer SeSSion 2012 | 13 IMPOrTaNT DaTes mAy ANd JuNe dAy April 30 – June 19 AdmiSSioN Please go to page 7 or umanitoba.ca/summerà Important Dates à May and June Day for information including deadline dates. ClASS dAteS april 30 May Day classes begin; classes end May 23 May-June Day classes begin; classes end June 19 May 28 June Day classes begin; classes end June 19 Go to umanitoba.ca/summer à Class Schedule for exact class start and end dates exAmiNAtioNS May 25 & 26 May Day exams; no May-June Day classes June 21 & 22 June Day and May-June Day exams; no June Day or May-June Day classes Exam dates may vary – go to umanitoba.ca/summer àClass Schedule fee PAymeNt May 1 Last day to pay fees without late payment fee Go to page 17 for more information No ClASSeS May 21 Victoria Day; no classes May 24 Exam study day; no May-June Day classes May 25 & 26 Exam days; no May-June Day classes June 20 Exam study day; no June Day and May-June Day classes Jun 21 & 22 Exam days; no June Day and May-June Day classes regiStrAtioN March 19 Registration begins apr 30 - May 2 Period for late registration and revisions in May Day and May-June Day courses apr 30 - May 30 Period for late registration and revisions in June Day courses voluNtAry WithdrAWAl (vW) For VW dates, go to page 17 Complete a Major and/or Minor in Summer Session You can complete a major or minor in Summer Session in many departments in the Faculty of Arts including Anthropology, Asian Studies, Business, Canadian Studies, Economics, English, Film Studies, History, Psychology, Native Studies, Philosophy, Religion and Sociology. Check with your student advisor for details or seach online at umanitoba.ca/summeràClass Schedule. 14 | Summer SeSSion 2012 IMPOrTaNT DaTes mAy to AuguSt eveNiNg April 30 – AuguSt 8 AdmiSSioN Please go to page 7 or umanitoba.ca/summerà Important Dates à May to august evening for information including deadline dates. ClASS dAteS april 30 & May 1 May-June Evening classes begin; classes end June 13 & 14 May-August Evening classes begin; classes end Aug. 7 & 8 June 20 & 21 June-August Evening classes begin; classes end Aug. 7 & 8 Go to umanitoba.ca/summer à Class Schedule for exact class start and end dates exAmiNAtioNS June 15 & 16 May-June Evening exams; no May-August Evening classes august 9 & 10 June-August Evening & May-August Evening exams; no June-August Evening and May-August Evening classes Exam dates may vary – go to umanitoba.ca/summer àClass Schedule fee PAymeNt May 1 Last day to pay fees for courses without late payment fee Go to page 17 for more infomation No ClASSeS ANd mAKe-uP ClASSeS May 21 Victoria Day May 25 Make-up class for Victoria Day June 15 & 16 Exam days; no May-August Evening classes June 18 & 19 Term break; no May-August Evening classes July 2 Canada Day Holiday July 6 Make-up class for Canada Day Holiday august 6 Civic Holiday august 9 & 10 Exam days; no June-August Evening and May-August Evening classes regiStrAtioN March 19 Registration begins april 30 - May 4 Period for late registration and revisions in May-June Evening and May-August Evening courses april 30 – June 26 Period for late registration and revisions in June-August Evening courses voluNtAry WithdrAWAl (vW) For VW dates, go to page 17 Summer SeSSion 2012 | 15 IMPOrTaNT DaTes July ANd AuguSt dAy June 25 – AuguSt 15 AdmiSSioN Please go to page 7 or umanitoba.ca/summerà Important Dates à July and august Day for information including deadline dates. ClASS dAteS June 25 July Day classes begin; classes end July 18 July-August Day classes begin; classes end August 15 July 23 August Day classes begin; classes end August 15 Go to umanitoba.ca/summer à Class Schedule exAmiNAtioNS July 20 & 21 July Day exams; no July-August classes august 17 & 18 August Day and July-August Day exams; no August Day and July-August Day classes Exam dates may vary - go to umanitoba.ca/summer à Class Schedule fee PAymeNt June 25 Last day to pay fees for July Day, August Day, and July-August Day courses without late fee Go to page 17 for more infomation No ClASSeS July 2 Canada Day Holiday July 19 Exam Study Day; no July-August Day classes July 20 & 21 Exam days; no July-August Day classes august 6 Civic Holiday; no classes august 16 Exam Study Day; no July-August Day classes august 17 & 18 Exam days; no August Day and July-August Day classes regiStrAtioN March 19 Registration begins June 25-27 Period for late registration and revisions in July Day and July-August Day courses June 25 - July 25 Period for late registration and revisions in August Day courses voluNtAry WithdrAWAl (vW) For VW dates, go to page 17. 16 | Summer SeSSion 2012 Fees, VW, & reFUNDs fees Class Schedule Listing includes the words ‘Irregular Dates’). Go to umanitoba.ca/summer à Fees/Refunds à Irregular General Information Refund Schedule. For all other courses, the following VW Fee balances can be obtained using Aurora Student. Go to deadlines apply: aurora.umanitoba.ca à enter Secure area and login à mAy ANd JuNe dAy enrolment & academic Records àStudent Records à May Day Course View account Summary by Term. Full refund to May 2, 2012 Fees must be paid by the specified dates. Outstanding VW deadline, May 16, 2012 balances after these dates will be subject to late fees and June Day Course students may be placed on Hold. You will not be sent a fee Full refund to May 30, 2012 statement in the mail. See Fee Payment Deadline VW deadline, June 13, 2012 Dates below. May-June Day Course For detailed information regarding fees, including fee Full refund to May 2, 2012 payment and the Summer Session 2012 Fee Schedule, VW deadline, June 7, 2012 please go to umanitoba.ca/summerà Fees/Refunds. mAy to AuguSt eveNiNg All inquiries or problems relating to the payment of fees should be addressed to: Revenue, Capital & General May-June evening Course accounting Office Phone (204)474-9433 Full refund to May 4, 2012 VW deadline, June 5, 2012 Payment Deadline Dates June-august evening Course Fee payments must be received by the University of Full refund to June 26, 2012 Manitoba no later than the following dates for all VW deadline, July 26, 2012 registered courses: May-august evening Course Courses starting in May or June Full refund to May 4, 2012 Tuesday, May 1, 2012 VW deadline, July 13, 2012 Courses starting in July or august July ANd AuguSt dAy Monday, June 25, 2012 July Day Course voluntary Withdrawal(vW) Full refund to June 27, 2012 & refunds VW deadline, July 12, 2012 august Day Course You must formally withdraw from a course or a grade Full refund to July 25, 2012 will be assigned and fees will remain outstanding. VW deadline, August 9, 2012 To withdraw from courses, go to aurora.umanitoba.ca, login and select enrolment & academic Records à July-august Day Course Registration à add or Drop Classes. Full refund to June 27, 2012 VW deadline, August 2, 2012 In order to determine the VW deadline date and/or refund schedule for a course, you must first identify its ‘Part of Term’ (e.g., May Day), which will be listed in the Class Remember to withdraw from courses you do not Schedule Listing for the course section (prior to the start plan to attend – failure to pay fees will not cancel of registration) at aurora.umanitoba.ca à Class Schedule. your registration. VW deadlines for courses with irregular class dates are different (i.e., Part of Term identified in the Aurora Student Summer SeSSion 2012 | 17 sUMMer INsTITUTes one-of-a-Kind One-of-a-kind summer institutes At the same time, the Department in Kolkata, India, will participate as a offer students the opportunity to of Educational Administration, visiting scholar in the Summer Institute study topics in an intensive and often Foundations & Psychology will stage in Alternative Education in a Changing interdisciplinary way. In 2012, the a Summer Institute in Creativity in World: Human Rights and Social Justice Summer Institute in Ojibway Language Educational Practice. Designed to in Action. and Narrative looks at Ojibway explore educational practice for Take the opportunity to participate language and literature in an intensive teaching creativity and innovation, the in a one-of-a-kind summer institute! four-week period. The departments institute features scholar-in-residence For more details on these and other of Linguistics and Native Studies, Robert Kelly from the University of summer institutes offered in Summer and the Centre for Creative Writing Calgary. Also in Summer Session Session 2012, check our website: and Oral History are collaborating 2012, we are pleased to announce umanitoba.ca/summer à on this summer institute to offer an that Sr. Cyril Mooney, Principal of the Summer Institutes interdisciplinary flavor to the topic. world renowned Loreto Day School 18 | Summer SeSSion 2012 YOUR SU MM ER! UP The University of Manitoba offers a unique jazz experience for all ages at Jazz Camp, which runs from August 19-25. The Jazz Camp is designed to foster the growth and ique development of jazz skills and is open to anyone interested A un in enhancing their jazz performances skills. Participants will be grouped by level of experience in improvisation classes, instrument master classes, and small ensembles. z zrience jA e Concerts are another integral part of the Jazz Camp experience and include the Cool Wednesday Night Hang, Student Finale Concerts, and Jazz on the Rooftop at the Winnipeg Art Gallery featuring renowned Jazz Camp faculty, Steve Kirby, Jimmy Greene, Derrick Gardner, and Quincy Davis. For further information about Jazz Camp, including exp All Ages registration, scholarships, and the brochure, go to umanitoba.ca/summer à Jazz Camp or Summer SeSSion 2012 | 19 TraVeL aND living a dream sTUDy? The dream can be a reality. Summer Session offers the opportunity to explore the world and learn about cultures and places in Canada and internationally, while earning The program also includes visits to major museums and sites, as well as special cultural presentations. The Department of Icelandic Language and Literature has scholarships of up credit from the University of Manitoba. Imagine overlooking to $500 available for eligible students. For more information, the fiords on Iceland’s west coast or in Cumberland Sound on contact Dr. Birna Bjarnadottir at (204)-474-9551 or Baffin Island, learning Ukrainian or Polish in eastern Europe email@example.com. or exploring the wonders of India. You can focus in your area Another option this summer is a visit to Churchill. Known as of study or simply select a course you always wanted to take the polar bear capital of the world, Churchill is the setting – whatever your reason, travel/study provides the unique for a travel/study course that offers an introduction to the global experience that couples learning with travel. ecology and cultures of the sub-arctic. You participate While academics are the major part of each travel/study as a member of an interdisciplinary research team with course, the cultural experience of the region and country direct access to the unique history, culture, and ecology of is what enriches learning beyond the classroom. Each course, coastal Manitoba. The Churchill Northern Studies Centre, taught by University of Manitoba professors and visiting near Wapusk National Park, provides the well-equipped faculty from the region, features coursework along with accommodation where you live and work, with logistical field trips and excursions that immerse students in the local support provided by Manitoba Conservation and Parks environment. Courses range in length from 2 to 6 weeks, and Canada. Representatives from the region’s indigenous allow students to earn from 3 to 12 U of M credits. cultures contribute to the course experience. Course credits may be earned in Environment, Geography, and Biological This summer, study the language, culture, and history Sciences. For more information, contact Dr. Kristina Hunter of Iceland, home of mythology and the Icelandic Saga. at firstname.lastname@example.org. The Icelandic Field School focuses on contemporary and medieval culture and basic conversational Icelandic. Check out details on these and other travel/study options at You have the opportunity to travel throughout the country umanitoba.ca/summeràTravel/Study Courses. exploring the capital city of Reykjavík, the magnificent Westfjords region, Iceland’s forest in the east part of the island, and the glacier lagoon on the south-east coast. 20 | Summer SeSSion 2012 With 13 travel/study courses to choose from in Summer Session 2012 – you can choose to travel near or far. Summer SeSSion 2012 | 21 University of Manitoba 188 extended education Complex Winnipeg, Manitoba R3T 2N2 204-474-6963/8008 email: email@example.com umanitoba.ca/summer 2012 SUMMER SESSION May June July august Should there be discrepancies between information in this publication and The U of M Undergraduate and Graduate Calendars, the latter will govern. Changes may be made to information without notice, including changes to the Class Schedule and cancellation of courses. Please be kind to the earth, give this publication to a friend, recycle.
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