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Details of Courses 2                                                        231.67    Finance, FIN 18
                                                                            231.68    Forest Science, FOR 18
                                                                            231.69    Français, FRANC 18
Course Listings 3                                                           231.70    French Language and Literature, FREN 19
231.1      Abroad, Study Term, ABROD 3                                      231.71    German, GERM 19
231.2      Accounting, ACCTG 3                                              231.72    Health Education, HE ED 19
231.3      Agricultural and Resource Economics, AREC 3                      231.73    Health Promotion Studies, HPS 19
231.4      American Sign Language, ASL 3                                    231.74    History, HIST 20
231.5      Anglais langue seconde, ALS 4                                    231.75    Human Ecology, HECOL 20
231.6      Anthropologie, ANTHE 4                                           231.76    Humanities Computing, HUCO 21
231.7      Anthropology, ANTHR 4                                            231.77    Integrated Petroleum Geosciences, IPG 21
231.8      Art, ART 4                                                       231.78    Interdisciplinary Undergraduate and Graduate Courses, INT D 21
231.9      Art History, ART H 4                                             231.79    Japanese, JAPAN 21
231.10     Augustana Faculty - Drama, AUDRA 5                               231.80    Korean, KOREA 21
231.11     Augustana Faculty - French, AUFRE 5                              231.81    Latin, LATIN 22
231.12     Augustana Faculty - Geography, AUGEO 5                           231.82    Law, LAW 22
231.13     Augustana Faculty - German, AUGER 5                              231.83    Library and Information Studies, LIS 22
231.14     Augustana Faculty - History, AUHIS 5                             231.84    Linguistics, LING 22
231.15     Augustana Faculty - Physical Activity, AUPAC 5                   231.85    Maintaining Registration, M REG 23
231.16     Augustana Faculty - Physical Education, AUPED 5                  231.86    Management Information Systems, MIS 23
231.17     Biochemistry, BIOCH 6                                            231.87    Management Science, MGTSC 23
231.18     Biology (Biological Sciences), BIOL 6                            231.88    Marine Science (Biological Sciences), MA SC 23
231.19     Botany (Biological Sciences), BOT 6                              231.89    Marketing, MARK 23
231.20     Business, BUS 6                                                  231.90    Master of Internetworking, MINT 23
231.21     Business Economics, BUEC 6                                       231.91    Materials Engineering, MAT E 24
231.22     Business Law, B LAW 7                                            231.92    Mathematics, MATH 24
231.23     Cell Biology, CELL 7                                             231.93    Maîtrise ès sciences de l’éducation, M EDU 25
231.24     Chemical and Materials Engineering, CME 7                        231.94    Mechanical Engineering, MEC E 25
231.25     Chemical Engineering, CH E 7                                     231.95    Medicine, MED 25
231.26     Chemistry, CHEM 8                                                231.96    Middle Eastern and African Studies, MEAS 25
231.27     Chinese, CHINA 8                                                 231.97    Mining Engineering, MIN E 25
231.28     Christian Theology at St Joseph’s College, CHRTC 8               231.98    Modern Languages and Cultural Studies, MLCS 25
231.29     Civil Engineering, CIV E 8                                       231.99    Music, MUSIC 26
231.30     Classics, CLASS 9                                                231.100   Native Studies, NS 26
231.31     Communications and Technology, COMM 9                            231.101   Nursing, NURS 26
231.32     Community Service-Learning, CSL 10                               231.102   Nutrition, NUTR 27
231.33     Comparative Literature, C LIT 10                                 231.103   Nutrition and Food Sciences, NU FS 27
231.34     Computing Science, CMPUT 10                                      231.104   Occupational Therapy, OCCTH 27
231.35     Dance, DANCE 10                                                  231.105   Oncology, ONCOL 28
231.36     Dance Activity, DAC 10                                           231.106   Petroleum Engineering, PET E 28
231.37     Dental Hygiene, D HYG 10                                         231.107   Pharmacology, PMCOL 28
231.38     Dentistry, DENT 11                                               231.108   Pharmacy, PHARM 28
231.39     Dentistry, DDS 11                                                231.109   Philosophy, PHIL 28
231.40     Design, DES 11                                                   231.110   Physical Activity, PAC 29
231.41     Drama, DRAMA 11                                                  231.111   Physical Education and Sport, PEDS 30
231.42     Earth and Atmospheric Sciences, EAS 11                           231.112   Physical Education, Recreation and Leisure Studies, PERLS 30
231.43     East Asian Studies, EASIA 12                                     231.113   Physical Therapy, PTHER 31
231.44     Economics, ECON 12                                               231.114   Physics, PHYS 31
231.45     Education, EDU 12                                                231.115   Political Science, POL S 31
231.46     Education - Career Technology Studies, EDCT 13                   231.116   Psychology, PSYCO 32
231.47     Education - Elementary, EDEL 13                                  231.117   Public Health Sciences, PHS 33
231.48     Education - Elementary and Secondary, EDES 14                    231.118   Recreation and Leisure Studies, RLS 33
231.49     Education - Enseignement, EDU E 14                               231.119   Rehabilitation Medicine, REHAB 33
231.50     Education - Fondements, EDU F 14                                 231.120   Religious Studies, RELIG 34
231.51     Education - Instructional Technology, EDIT 14                    231.121   Renewable Resources, REN R 34
231.52     Education - Methodologie et Curriculum, EDU M 14                 231.122   Research, RSCH 34
231.53     Education - Policy Studies, EDPS 14                              231.123   Russian, RUSS 34
231.54     Education - Psychologie, EDU P 15                                231.124   Sociology, SOC 34
231.55     Education - Psychology, EDPY 15                                  231.125   Spanish, SPAN 35
231.56     Education - Secondary, EDSE 15                                   231.126   Speech Pathology and Audiology, SPA 35
231.57     Education - Stage, EDU S 16                                      231.127   Statistics, STAT 36
231.58     Electrical Engineering, E E 16                                   231.128   Strategic Management and Organization, SMO 36
231.59     Engineering Management, ENG M 16                                 231.129   Thesis, THES 37
231.60     Engineering, General, ENGG 16                                    231.130   Ukrainian, UKR 37
231.61     English, ENGL 16                                                 231.131   Women’s Studies, W ST 37
231.62     English as a Second Language, ESL 17                             231.132   Work Experience, WKEXP 37
231.63     Environmental and Conservation Sciences, ENCS 17                 231.133   Writing (Creative Write), WRITE 38
231.64     Etudes canadiennes, ETCAN 17
231.65     Exchange Program, EXCH 18
231.66     Film Studies, FS 18
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                                                                                                                demonstration hours (d), clinic hours (c), or lecture-laboratory hours
                  Details of Courses                                                                            (L). Item c indicates laboratory hours. For two-term courses, the hours
                                                                                                                of instruction are the same in both terms unless otherwise indicated.
                                                                                                                The expression 3/2 means 3 hours of instruction every second week; 2s/2
                      Courses taught at the University of Alberta are listed alphabetically. All                means 2 seminar hours every second week.
                  courses, except those taught by Faculté Saint-Jean, are described in English.                 Examples:
                      Each course is designated by its computer abbreviation and a number.                           (first term, 3-0-3): a course taught in first term with 3 hours lecture, no
                  Students should use this abbreviation and number when completing any form                     seminar, and 3 hours lab per week.
                  requiring this information.                                                                        (second term, 0-1s-2): a course taught in second term with no lectures,
                      Courses are numbered according to the following system:                                   1 seminar hour, and 2 hours of lab per week.
                      000-099        Pre-University                                                                  (either term, 3-0-0): a course taught in either first or second term, or
                      100-199        Basic Undergraduate. Normally requires no university-level                 each term, with 3 lecture hours per week, no seminar, and no lab.
                                     prerequisites. Designed typically for students in the first year                (two-term, 3-0-3): a course taught over both first and second term with
                                     of a program.                                                              three lecture hours, no seminar, and three hours lab per week.
                      200-299        Undergraduate. Prerequisites, if any, are normally at the                       (variable, 3-0-0): a course which may be taught in either first or second
                                     100-level. Designed typically for students in the second year              term or over two terms with three lecture hours per week, no seminar, and
                                     of a program.                                                              no lab.
                      300-399        Undergraduate. Prerequisites, if any, are normally at the              (4) Prerequisite—This provides information on courses which must be
                                     200-level. Designed typically for students in the third year of a          successfully completed before registering in the more advanced course.
                                     program.                                                                   Corequisite—This provides information on courses which must be taken
                      400-499        Advanced Undergraduate. Prerequisites, if any, are normally at             before or at the same time as the course described in the listing.
                                     the 300-level. Designed typically for students in the fourth year
                                     of a program.                                                              Note: Departments are authorized to cancel the registration of those students
                      500-599        Graduate. Designated for graduate students and certain                 registered in a course offered by the department if they do not meet the prerequisite
                                                                                                            and/or corequisite requirements stated in the course description in this Calendar.
                                     advanced or honors undergraduate students in their final year.
                      600-799        Graduate Courses                                                       (5) [Department]—This indicates the department responsible for registration for
                      800-899        Special Registrations                                                       interdepartmental courses. Normally, courses will be credited to the discipline
                      900-999        Graduate Thesis and Project Numbers                                         listed in the square brackets.
                      For the purposes of program descriptions and prerequisite designation,                (6) Open Studies Courses— O indicates a course available to students of Open
                  courses numbered 100-199 are designated as Junior Courses and courses                          Studies. L indicates that a course is available to Open Studies students on a
                  numbered 200-499 are designated as Senior Courses.                                             delayed registration basis only (see §220.2.2).
                      Note: Some exceptions to the course number system described above have                Important: Registration Procedures for Two-Term Courses
                  been granted to the Faculty of Law and the Faculty of Medicine and Dentistry.
                                                                                                                 Students are strongly advised to refer to the Registration and Courses menu
                  Course Description Symbols and Figures                                                    at www.registrar.ualberta.ca for details. Two-term courses are normally offered
                                                                                                            over two terms (either Fall/Winter or Spring/Summer). In a few instances, two-
                      Several symbols and figures are used to indicate the type, duration, and
                                                                                                            term courses are offered within a single term. In all cases these are identifiable
                  weight of courses.
                                                                                                            in the Class Schedule because they consist of part A and part B (e.g., English
                  (1) Œ—Indicates “units of course weight,” and usually follows the course title. The
                                                                                                            111A and 111B).
                      accompanying number indicates the weight of the course as used in computing
                                                                                                                 To successfully register in a two-term course, students, must do the
                      grade point averages and for meeting degree requirements.
                                                                                                            following:
                            A course which runs throughout the Fall/Winter (i.e., from September
                      through April) is usually weighted Œ6. A course that runs for only one term           •	 register	in	both	the	part	A	and	part	B	for	all	types	of	sections	offered	(Lectures,	
                      (i.e., Fall: from September to December, or Winter: from January through                   Labs, Seminars, etc.);
                      April) is usually weighted Œ3. Certain courses are offered over Fall/Winter           •	 register	in	the	same	section	numbers	for	part	A	and	part	B	of	a	course	(e.g.,	
                      or Spring/Summer, or in one term, with weights of Œ1, Œ2, and Œ4. These                    Lecture A1 for both part A and part B, and Lab E3 for both part A and part B);
                      are considered as one-sixth, one-third, and two-thirds of a Fall/Winter or            •	 register	in	all	the	appropriate	sections	on	the	same	day.
                      Spring/Summer course, respectively. Some honors and graduate courses                       All of the above must be done or the course registration is invalid and
                      involving research may vary in weight according to the length and difficulty          will be deleted. Invalid registrations will be deleted nightly. It is the student’s
                      of the project. Some clinical courses may vary in weight according to the             responsibility to attempt the course registration again, subject to availability.
                      length of clinical experience. Some courses, not included in the computation
                      of grade point averages, are offered for credit only and either carry a weight             Example: A student wishes to register in ABCD 101, a two-term course.
                      of Œ0, or are marked as “Credit.”                                                     It has a lecture and a lab section. Based on the student’s timetable planning,
                            Undergraduate students who take courses offered by the Faculty of               decides to take Lecture C3 and Lab C8. The student must add
                      Engineering but are not registered in Engineering will have a course weight                In Fall Term       ABCD 101A Lec C3 and ABCD 101A Lab C8,
                      assigned for these courses according to the protocol of their home Faculty.                and
                  (2) fi—Denotes: “fee index,” the value used to calculate the instructional fees for            In Winter Term     ABCD 101B Lec C3 and ABCD 101B Lab C8.
                      each course. The fee index is multiplied by the fee index value (given in the
                      appropriate subsection of §22.2) to give the dollar value of instructional fees for       All these sections must be added on the same day to successfully register.
                      the course.                                                                           Otherwise the registration in ABCD 101 will be deleted overnight and the
                            For normal courses, the fee index is twice the value of the units of            student’s place in the course will be lost.
                      course weight; for example, a course with Œ3 normally has fi 6. In cases
                                                                                                            Course Renumbering
                      where exceptional fees considerations need to be made, the fee index is set
                                                                                                                Over the years many courses have been renumbered. Old numbers can be
                      differently by the Board of Governors.
                                                                                                            found within individual course listings of previous Calendar editions.
                            Note that certain programs (e.g., MD, DDS, etc.) are assessed on a
                      program fee basis for all or certain years. In these cases, the fee index             Courses on Reserve
                      calculation does not apply.                                                                Courses not offered in the past four years are removed from this Calendar
                  (3) (x term, a-b-c)—These figures in parentheses give information on when the             and placed on Reserve. These courses may be taught again in the future, in
                      course is offered and the hours of instruction required by the course in a week,      which case they would be brought back into the active Course Listings and
                      or in some cases the total time in a term.                                            placed in the Calendar. Information about Reserve Courses is available through
                            In the case of a single-term course, the term in which the course is            the Registrar’s Office, the University Secretariat, and Faculty Offices.
                      given is mentioned (item x). The designation “either term” means that the
                      course may be offered either in the first term or in the second term or in            Faculty Specific Regulations Regarding Courses
                      each term, at the discretion of the department concerned. The designation                  For specific Faculty regulations relating to courses and for a complete list of
                      “variable” means that the course may be taught either as a single-term or             subjects taught by a Faculty, please consult the Undergraduate Programs section
                      as a full-session course.                                                             of the Calendar at the end of each Faculty section.
                            Item a indicates lecture hours. Item b indicates seminar hour(s),
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Physical Requirements for University Courses                                             issues include: accumulating and analyzing costs using actual, standard and




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                                                                                         activity-based approaches, overhead allocation and cost estimation. Management
     The University has a commitment to the education of all academically
                                                                                         topics include: pricing, production and investment decisions, revenue analysis,
qualified students and special services are frequently provided on campus to
                                                                                         performance evaluation, management incentive systems and strategy analysis.
assist disabled students.
                                                                                         Linear programming and multiple regression may be used. Prerequisites: ACCTG
     Nevertheless, some courses make certain unavoidable demands on students             322 and MGTSC 312. There is a consolidated exam for ACCTG 424.
with respect to the possession of a certain level of physical skill or ability if the
academic objectives of the course are to be realized. In case of doubt, students
are advised to contact the Department concerned and the Disabled Student
                                                                                         Graduate Courses
Services Coordinator, Office of the Dean of Student Services.                            ACCTG 614 Intermediate Financial Accounting I
     Because support services cannot be guaranteed for all off-campus courses,           Œ3 (fi 6) (either term, 3-0-0). First of two courses covering the theory, methods,
instructors may be obliged to refuse registration in such courses.                       strengths, and weaknesses of current Generally Accepted Accounting Principles
                                                                                         (GAAP). Prerequisite: ACCTG 501. Students may receive credit for only two of
Course Availability                                                                      ACCTG 610, 614, and 615.
     The following is a comprehensive course listing of all the approved courses         ACCTG 615 Intermediate Financial Accounting II
that the University of Alberta may offer. The appearance of a course in this list does




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                                                                                         Œ3 (fi 6) (either term, 3-0-0). Second of two courses covering theory, methods,
not guarantee that the course will actually be offered. The most current information     strengths, and weaknesses of current Generally Accepted Accounting Principles
on courses is available on Bear Tracks at https://www.beartracks.ualberta.ca             (GAAP). Prerequisite: ACCTG 614. Students may receive credit for only two of
                                                                                         the following three courses: ACCTG 610, 614, and 615 .
                                                                                         ACCTG 624 Seminar in Management Accounting
Course Listings                                                                          Œ3 (fi 6) (either term, 3-0-0). Seminar consisting of topics concerned at an
                                                                                         advanced level with generating and using accounting and related data in the
                                                                                         planning and control functions of organizations. Prerequisite: ACCTG 523.


Abroad, Study Term, ABROD                                                                Agricultural and Resource Economics, AREC
Education Abroad Program                                                                 Department of Rural Economy
                                                                                         Faculty of Agricultural, Life and Environmental Sciences
Undergraduate Courses
 O ABROD 800 Study Term Abroad
                                                                                         Graduate Courses
Œ0 (fi 0) (either term, unassigned). This course is reserved for students who            AREC 569 Advanced Topics in Natural Resource and Environmental
wish to maintain registration while participating in formal University of Alberta        Economics
managed and approved Study Abroad programs. Students are registered in this              Œ3 (fi 6) (either term, 3-0-0). Theoretical analysis and modeling of renewable
course for each approved term of study abroad. The only fees assessed for this           resource and environmental issues at local and global levels. Includes analysis
registration are the normal registration and transcript fees associated with the         of international environmental issues, the effect of economic growth on the
term. Students are eligible to register in the course on more than one occasion.         environment, sustainable development, and local and global commons management.
Closed to web registration. Contact the Education Abroad Program, University of          Prerequisite: ECON 481 or consent of Department. Credit will only be given for
Alberta International.                                                                   one of AREC 569 and AG EC 569.
                                                                                          O AREC 584 Marketing Economics
Accounting, ACCTG                                                                        Œ3 (fi 6) (either term, 3-0-0). Microeconomic theory and analysis of markets for
                                                                                         agricultural and food products. Topics will vary with the evolution of the literature
Department of Accounting and Management Information Systems                              but may include alternative market structures, market regulation, empirical price
Faculty of Business                                                                      analysis, advertising, location theories, the role of information in markets, the role
                                                                                         of uncertainty in markets, and organization structures. Prerequisite: consent of
Notes
                                                                                         Instructor. (AREC 313 or AG EC 416) and (AREC 502 or AG EC 502) recommended.
(1) Enrolment in all ACCTG courses, except ACCTG 300, is restricted to students
                                                                                         Credit will only be given for one of AREC 584 and AG EC 584.
    registered in the Faculty of Business, or to students registered in specified
    programs that require Business courses to meet degree requirements and               AREC 900 Directed Research Project
    who have obtained prior approval of their Faculty.                                   Œ3 (fi 6) (variable, unassigned). Credit will only be given for one of AREC 900
(2) See also Management Information Systems listing.                                     and AG EC 900.

Undergraduate Courses
                                                                                         American Sign Language, ASL
ACCTG 322 Introduction to Accounting for Management Decision                             Department of Modern Languages and Cultural Studies
Making
                                                                                         Faculty of Arts
Œ3 (fi 6) (either term, 3-0-0). In contrast to the external orientation of ACCTG
311, this course focuses on how to prepare and use accounting information for
management decision making. Major topics include: the role of corporate goals,           Undergraduate Courses
planning and control concepts, how costs behave and how to analyze and manage
                                                                                          O ASL 111 Beginners’ American Sign Language I
them, budgeting and performance measures. Prerequisite: ACCTG 311.
                                                                                         Œ3 (fi 6) (either term, 5-0-0). Designed to provide basic practical communication
ACCTG 414 Intermediate Financial Accounting I                                            and conversational skill in American Sign Language for students with little or no
Œ3 (fi 6) (either term, 3-0-0). First of two courses covering principles, methods        previous background. Covers material in matriculation-level ASL. Note: Not to be
and applications of current and proposed Generally Accepted Accounting                   taken by students with native or near native proficiency, or students with credit
Principles (GAAP). Emphasizes accounting for operating and investment assets,            in ASL 35 or its equivalents in Canada or other countries. Not to be taken by
and related income measurement and disclosure. Prerequisites: ACCTG 311 and              students with credit in EDPY 474 or 565.
322. Not open to students with credit in ACCTG 412. There is a consolidated
                                                                                          O ASL 112 Beginners’ American Sign Language II
exam for ACCTG 414.
                                                                                         Œ3 (fi 6) (either term, 5-0-0). Prerequisite: ASL 111 or consent of Department. Note:
ACCTG 415 Intermediate Financial Accounting II                                           Not to be taken by students with native or near native proficiency, or students
Œ3 (fi 6) (either term, 3-0-0). Second of two courses (see ACCTG 414) covering           with credit in ASL 35 or its equivalents in Canada or other countries.
principles, methods and applications of current and proposed Generally Accepted
Accounting Principles (GAAP). Emphasizes accounting for financing, liabilities and
equity, related income measurement and disclosure, and cash flow. Prerequisites:
FIN 301, and a minimum grade of C- in ACCTG 414 or 412.
ACCTG 424 Intermediate Management Accounting
Œ3 (fi 6) (either term, 3-0-0). Emphasizes mastery of techniques for implementation
and evaluation of cost systems for management and decision making. Cost


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                                                               Anglais langue seconde, ALS                                                              Art, ART
Course Listings A

                                                               Faculté Saint-Jean                                                                       Department of Art and Design
                                                                                                                                                        Faculty of Arts
                                                               Cours de 1er cycle                                                                           Note: Because presence at lectures and seminars, participation in classroom
                                                               ALS 125 Introduction à l’anglais écrit, niveau universitaire                             discussion, and the completion of assignments are important components of most
                                                               Œ3 (fi 6) (l’un ou l’autre semestre, 3-0-2). Vise à faire acquérir les compétences       courses, students serve their best interest by regular attendance. This applies
                                                               communicatives écrites nécessaires à l’expression courante de niveau universitaire.      particularly to studio courses where attendance is a factor in grading.
                                                               Note: Anciennement ANGL 102. Ce cours n’est pas accessible aux étudiants ayant
                                                               ou postulant des crédits pour ESL 140, ESL 145, ESL 150, ALS 160, ANGL 102 ou            Undergraduate Courses
                                                               leurs équivalents. Affectation par test de placement obligatoire ou préalable ALS
                                                                                                                                                         O ART 134 Art Fundamentals
                                                               120. Veuillez consulter l’ article « Test obligatoire pour les étudiants ne présentant
                                                                                                                                                        Œ3 (fi 6) (either term, 0-6L-0). Studio-based exploration of both visual and
                                                               pas English 30 ou l’équivalent » dans la section de Faculté Saint-Jean de l’annuaire.
                                                                                                                                                        conceptual Fine Art concerns in two- and three-dimensions. Note: ART 134 and
                                                               ALS 130 Pratique avancée de l’expression et de la compréhension                          DES 135 are required prerequisites for senior level ART or DES courses. Not open
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                                                               orales                                                                                   to students with credit in ART 131 or 132.
                                                               Œ3 (fi 6) (l’un ou l’autre semestre, 3-0-2). Vise à faire acquérir les compétences
                                                                                                                                                         O ART 240 Drawing I
                                                               communicatives en anglais nécessaires à l’expression orale de niveau universitaire.
                                                                                                                                                        Œ3 (fi 6) (either term, 0-6L-0). Study of the principles and techniques of drawing.
                                                               Affectation par test de placement obligatoire ou préalable ALS 125.
                                                                                                                                                        Note: Restricted to BA and BEd Art and Design Majors. Prerequisites: ART 134
                                                                                                                                                        and DES 135 and consent of Department.
                                                               Anthropologie, ANTHE                                                                      O ART 337 Special Projects in Studio Disciplines
                                                                                                                                                        Œ6 (fi 12) (two term, 0-6L-0). Special projects in studio disciplines not normally
                                                               Faculté Saint-Jean                                                                       available under existing courses. Normally offered in Spring/Summer. Prerequisites:
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                                                                                                                                                        ART 134 and DES 135 or ART 136 and DES 138 and consent of Department.
                                                               Cours de 1er cycle
                                                                                                                                                         O ART 340 Drawing II
                                                                 O ANTHE 365 Culture populaire                                                          Œ3 (fi 6) (either term, 0-6L-0). Development and application of techniques and
                                                               Œ3 (fi 6) (l’un ou l’autre semestre, 3-0-0). Exploration approfondie de la culture       concepts of drawing with emphasis on drawing from the life model. Prerequisite:
                                                               populaire utilisant différentes approches théoriques et l’application des concepts de    ART 140 or ART 240 and consent of department.
                                                               l’Anthropologie. Préalable(s): Œ3 en ANTHE, ou autre science sociale, niveau 100.         O ART 437 Special Projects in Studio Disciplines
                                                                                                                                                        Œ6 (fi 12) (two term, 0-6L-0). Special projects in studio disciplines not normally

                                                               Anthropology, ANTHR                                                                      available under existing courses. Normally offered in Spring/Summer. Prerequisite:
                                                                                                                                                        consent of Department.
                                                               Department of Anthropology                                                                O ART 439 Special Projects in Drawing: Intermediate
                                                               Faculty of Arts                                                                          Œ6 (fi 12) (two term, 0-6L-0). Normally offered in Spring/Summer. Prerequisites:
                                                                   Note: Students with credit in ANTHR 202 have the equivalent of ANTHR 101.            ART 140 and 340, or 339 and consent of Department.
                                                                                                                                                         O ART 537 Special Projects in Studio Disciplines
                                                               Undergraduate Courses                                                                    Œ6 (fi 12) (two term, 0-6L-0). Special projects in studio disciplines not normally
                                                                                                                                                        available under existing courses. Normally offered in Spring/Summer. Prerequisite:
                                                                O ANTHR 101 Introductory Anthropology                                                   consent of Department.
                                                               Œ3 (fi 6) (either term, 3-0-0). Approaches to the study of Anthropology through
                                                               the study of human biological, cultural and linguistic diversity, past and present.       O ART 539 Special Projects in Drawing: Advanced
                                                                                                                                                        Œ6 (fi 12) (two term, 0-6L-0). Normally offered in Spring/Summer. Prerequisites:
                                                                O ANTHR 206 Introduction to Archaeology                                                 ART 439, or ART 440 and 441, and consent of Department.
                                                               Œ3 (fi 6) (either term, 2-0-1). Introduction to the nature, purposes, theory and
                                                               methods of anthropological archaeology. Emphasis on principles of reconstruction
                                                               of past societies from archaeological evidence and the explanation of cultural
                                                               evolution. Prerequisite: A 100-level course in ANTHR or consent of Department.
                                                                                                                                                        Art History, ART H
                                                                                                                                                        Department of Art and Design
                                                                O ANTHR 207 Introduction to Social and Cultural Anthropology
                                                                                                                                                        Faculty of Arts
                                                               Œ3 (fi 6) (either term, 2-1s-0). Comparative study of human society and culture,
                                                               particularly non-Western communities, with special attention to the family, social           Note: Because presence at lectures and seminars, participation in classroom
                                                               structure, economics and political institutions, and religion; processes of change.      discussion, and the completion of assignments are important components of most
                                                               Prerequisite: A 100-level course in ANTHR or consent of Department.                      courses, students serve their best interest by regular attendance. This particularly
                                                                                                                                                        applies to seminars in the history of art and design, where attendance is a factor
                                                                O ANTHR 209 Introduction to Biological Anthropology
                                                                                                                                                        in grading.
                                                               Œ3 (fi 6) (either term, 2-0-1). Survey of theory and basic data in human evolution
                                                               and human variation. Topics include primatology, osteology, hominoid paleontology,
                                                               variation in modern populations. Prerequisite: A 100-level course in Anthropology,       Undergraduate Courses
                                                               or the consent of Department.                                                             O ART H 101 History of Art, Design, and Visual Culture I
                                                                O ANTHR 393 Health and Healing                                                          Œ3 (fi 6) (either term, 3-0-0). Introduction to Western Art, Design and Visual
                                                               Œ3 (fi 6) (either term, 3-0-0). A cross-cultural study through time of the beliefs       Culture to the end of the 14th century.
                                                               and social activities associated with health, illness and healing. Prerequisite:          O ART H 102 History of Art, Design and Visual Culture II
                                                               ANTHR 101 or consent of Department.                                                      Œ3 (fi 6) (either term, 3-0-0). Introduction to Western Art, Design and Visual
                                                               ANTHR 471 Readings in Anthropology                                                       Culture from the 15th century to the present.
                                                               Œ3 (fi 6) (either term, 0-3s-0). Individual research project conducted under the          O ART H 209 Survey of the History of Design
                                                               direction of a Department faculty member. Prerequisite: consent of Department.           Œ3 (fi 6) (either term, 3-0-0). Introduction to the development of design since
                                                               ANTHR 472 Independent Research                                                           the Industrial Revolution.
                                                               Œ3 (fi 6) (either term, 0-0-3). Individual research project involving significant         O ART H 255 Survey of Art from the Second Half of the 19th Century
                                                               laboratory work conducted under the direction of a Department faculty member.            Œ3 (fi 6) (either term, 3-0-0). History of the visual arts of the second half of the
                                                               Prerequisite: consent of Department.                                                     19th century in Europe.

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                                                                    Note: See also INT D 594 for a course which is offered by more than one             Augustana Faculty - Drama, AUDRA
                                                               department or Faculty and which may be taken as an option or as a course in              Department of Fine Arts
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                                                                                        Requires payment of additional student instructional support fees. Refer to the
Undergraduate Courses                                                                   Fees Payment Guide in the University Regulations and Information for Students
                                                                                        section of the Calendar.
AUDRA 396 Selected Topics
Œ3 (fi 6) (either term, 3-0-0). Advanced study of selected topics related to the
theory, history, and practice of performance on stage or in secondary visual media.
Prerequisite: Consent of the instructor.
                                                                                        Augustana Faculty - History, AUHIS
                                                                                        Department of Social Sciences
                                                                                        Augustana Faculty
Augustana Faculty - French, AUFRE                                                       Undergraduate Courses
Department of Humanities
Augustana Faculty                                                                       AUHIS 333 Tour of Southern France
                                                                                        Œ2 (fi 4) (Spring/Summer, variable). Tour of Southern France: History and culture.
Undergraduate Courses                                                                   To complement the topics covered in AUHIS 329. Prerequisite: AUHIS 329. Notes:




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AUFRE 308 Tour of Southern France                                                       only one of AUHIS 333 and AUFRE 308. Requires payment of additional student
Œ2 (fi 4) (Spring/Summer, 2 weeks). Tour of Southern France: History and culture.       instructional support fees. Refer to the Fees Payment Guide in the University
To complement the topics covered in AUFRE 307. Prerequisite: AUFRE 305 or 307.          Regulations and Information for Students section of the Calendar.
Notes: Enrolment limited to a maximum of 10 students. Credit may be obtained for
only one of AUFRE 308 and AUHIS 333. Requires payment of additional student
instructional support fees. Refer to the Fees Payment Guide in the University
Regulations and Information for Students section of the Calendar.
                                                                                        Augustana Faculty - Physical Activity, AUPAC
                                                                                        Department of Social Sciences
                                                                                        Augustana Faculty
Augustana Faculty - Geography, AUGEO                                                    Undergraduate Courses
Department of Science
Augustana Faculty                                                                       AUPAC 226 Moving Water Canoeing: Skill Development
                                                                                        Œ3 (fi 6) (spring/summer, 0-3L-0). Corequisite: AUPED 286. Note: Credit may
Undergraduate Courses                                                                   be obtained for only one of AUPAC 226 and AUPAC 326. Requires payment of
                                                                                        additional student instructional support fees. Refer to the Fees Payment Guide in the
AUGEO 343 Expedition in the Canadian North                                              University Regulations and Information for Students section of the Calendar.
Œ3 (fi 6) (Spring/Summer, variable). Examination, involving a three- to four-week
                                                                                        AUPAC 326 Moving Water Canoeing: Skill and Instructional
expedition in the summer, of the biophysical environments, resources, economics,
                                                                                        Development
and settlements of northern regions of Canada. Prerequisites: AUGEO 341, 342 or
                                                                                        Œ3 (fi 6) (spring/summer, 0-3L-0). Prerequisite: AUPAC 125 or AUPED 184 or
AUPED 387, and consent of the instructor(s). Notes: Expedition costs, as well as
                                                                                        consent of instructor. Credit may be obtained for only one of AUPAC 226, 325
course tuition, are the student’s responsibility. Credit may be obtained for only
                                                                                        (2006) or 326. Requires payment of additional student instructional support fees.
one of AUGEO 343 and AUPED 388.
                                                                                        Refer to the Fees Payment Guide in the University Regulations and Information
                                                                                        for Students section of the Calendar.
Augustana Faculty - German, AUGER
Department of Humanities                                                                Augustana Faculty - Physical Education,
Augustana Faculty
                                                                                        AUPED
Undergraduate Courses                                                                   Department of Social Sciences
                                                                                        Augustana Faculty
AUGER 200 Intermediate German I and II
Œ6 (fi 12) (Spring/Summer, variable). Intensive course designed to develop further
the comprehension, speaking, writing, reading skills acquired in Beginners’ German
                                                                                        Undergraduate Courses
through classroom instruction, excursions, and immersion experience, including          AUPED 286 Outdoor Education and Leadership
living in a German home. Improvement in overall fluency, enhanced knowledge             Œ3 (fi 6) (spring/summer, variable). Opportunity for self-awareness and personal
of the culture of the German-speaking countries and review of key grammatical           and group leadership development through extended outdoor tripping and small-
concepts are integral to the course. Prerequisite: One of AUGER 102, demonstration      group living. The skills associated with intermediate/advanced backpacking,
of AUGER 102 equivalency by means of a placement exam administered by the               wilderness navigation, white water canoeing, and Leave No Trace camping are
instructor, one year Beginners’ German at a Canadian university. Note: Credit may       developed and practised. Prerequisites: AUPED 184 or equivalent, and consent
be obtained for only one of AUGER 200, 201, 202. Requires payment of additional         of the instructor. Corequisite: AUPAC 226 or 326. Notes: The course requires
student instructional support fees. Refer to the Fees Payment Guide in the University   participation in field trips. A student must furnish his or her own outdoor clothing,
Regulations and Information for Students section of the Calendar.                       footwear, and sleeping bag. Requires payment of additional student instructional
AUGER 300 Advanced German I and II                                                      support fees. Refer to the Fees Payment Guide in the University Regulations and
Œ6 (fi 12) (Spring/Summer, variable). Intensive course designed to develop further      Information for Students section of the Calendar.
the comprehension, speaking, writing, reading skills acquired in Intermediate German    AUPED 388 Arctic Canoe Expedition
through classroom instruction, excursions, and immersion experience, including          Œ3 (fi 6) (Spring/Summer, variable). Examination, involving a three- to four-week
living in a German home. Improvement in overall fluency, enhanced knowledge             expedition in the summer, of leadership, group dynamics, risk management,
of the culture of the German-speaking countries and review of key grammatical           navigation, logistics, wilderness ethics, and other theories and practices associated
concepts are integral to the course. Prerequisite: AUGER 200 or 202; or two years       with extended Arctic canoe expeditions. Prerequisites: AUGEO 341, 342 or AUPED
of German study at a Canadian university, including one year Beginners’ level           387; and consent of the instructor(s). Notes: Expedition costs, as well as course
and one year Intermediate level. Note: Credit may be obtained for only one of           tuition, are the student’s responsibility. Credit may be obtained for only one of
AUGER 300, 301 and 302. Requires payment of additional student instructional            AUGEO 343 and AUPED 388. Requires payment of additional student instructional
support fees. Refer to the Fees Payment Guide in the University Regulations and         support fees. Refer to the Fees Payment Guide in the University Regulations and
Information for Students section of the Calendar.                                       Information for Students section of the Calendar.
AUGER 400 Advanced German III and IV
Œ6 (fi 12) (Spring/Summer, variable). Intensive course designed to develop
further the comprehension, speaking, writing, reading skills acquired in Advanced       Biochemistry, BIOCH
German through classroom instruction, excursions, and immersion experience,
                                                                                        Department of Biochemistry
including living in a German home. Improvement in overall fluency, enhanced
knowledge of the culture of the German-speaking countries and review of key
grammatical concepts are integral to the course. Prerequisite: AUGER 300 or
302; or three years of German study at a Canadian university, including one

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                                                               Undergraduate Courses                                                                     BOT 380 Drug Plants
                                                               Notes                                                                                     Œ3 (fi 6) (second term, 3-0-0). Survey of historical and current use of important
                                                                                                                                                         drug-producing plants. Evaluation of the chemistry and physiology of biologically
                                                               (1) BIOCH 203 and 205 can be used by students in the Faculty of Science as
                                                                                                                                                         active compounds from poisonous, analgesic, and hallucinogenic plants, and the
                                                                   science courses.                                                                      current uses of such plant products. Use of plant biotechnology to develop drug-
                                                               (2) Program note to common first year in Biological Sciences: Students in the             producing plants. Prerequisite: a 200-level Biological Sciences course or BIOCH
                                                                   Department of Biological Sciences who wish to enrol in a Biochemistry                 200. BOT 205 recommended.
                                                                   program after Year 1 or wish to take BIOCH 203 and 205 are advised that
                                                                   BIOCH 203 requires a prerequisite of Œ6 of Organic Chemistry and Œ3 of                Graduate Courses
                                                                   General Chemistry.
                                                                O BIOCH 200 Introductory Biochemistry                                                    Notes
                                                               Œ3 (fi 6) (either term, 3-0-0). An introduction to the fundamental principles of          (1) All 300- and 400-level courses in the Department of Biological Sciences
                                                               biochemistry. Protein structure and function; lipids and the structure of biological          may be taken for credit by graduate students with approval of the student’s
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                                                               membranes; nucleotides and the structure of nucleic acids; bioenergetics and the              supervisor or supervisory committee.
                                                               metabolism of carbohydrates, lipids, and nitrogen; the integration and regulation         (2) The following courses may be taken as an option in graduate programs
                                                               of cellular metabolism. Prerequisites: CHEM 101 and CHEM 261 or 164, or SCI                   in the Department of Biological Sciences with approval of the student’s
                                                               100. Notes: (1) This course is designed for students who require a one-term                   supervisor or supervisory committee. BIOCH 510, 520, 530, 541, 550, 555,
                                                               introduction to the fundamental principles of biochemistry and for students who               560; CHEM 361, 363, 461; CELL 300, 301; IMIN 371, 372, 452; MA SC 400,
                                                               intend to take further courses in biochemistry. (2) BIOCH 200 may not be taken                401, 402, 410, 412, 420, 425, 430, 437, 440, 445, 450, 454, 470, 480; MMI 405,
                                                               for credit if credit has already been obtained in any of BIOCH 203, 205, or 220.              415, 520; NEURO 472; NU FS 363; PALEO 318, 319; PHARM 601; PHYSL
                                                               BIOCH 398 Research Project                                                                    403, 544, 545.
                                                               Œ6 (fi 12) (either term, 0-0-8). Supervised research within a laboratory in the
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                                                               Department of Biochemistry. The results of the research project will be presented
                                                               in a poster. This course is available only as a six week Spring or Summer session         Business, BUS
                                                               course. Prerequisites: Credit in at least one 300-level BIOCH course and consent          Department of Strategic Management and Organization
                                                               of the Department.
                                                                                                                                                         Faculty of Business
                                                               BIOCH 401 Biochemistry Laboratory
                                                                                                                                                             Note: Enrolment in all BUS courses is restricted to students registered in the
                                                               Œ6 (fi 12) (two term, 0-0-8). Laboratory course in modern biochemical techniques.
                                                                                                                                                         Faculty of Business, or to students registered in specified programs that require
                                                               Designed for Biochemistry Honors and Specialization students in their third or
                                                                                                                                                         Business courses to meet degree requirements and who have obtained prior
                                                               fourth year. Other interested students may enrol subject to space limitations.
                                                                                                                                                         approval of their Faculty.
                                                               Prerequisites: BIOCH 320 and 330, or BIOCH 203 and 205, all with a minimum
                                                               grade of B-, and consent of Department.
                                                                                                                                                         Undergraduate Courses
                                                               Biology (Biological Sciences), BIOL                                                       BUS 466 International Internship
                                                                                                                                                         Œ3 (fi 6) (either term, 3-0-0). Practical application of business skills and theory
                                                               Department of Biological Sciences                                                         to a problem or issues addressed during a period of 13 - 16 weeks of placement
                                                               Faculty of Science                                                                        in a work environment outside of Canada. The internship includes preliminary
                                                                                                                                                         instruction and requires, under the supervision of the Faculty, an approved
                                                               Undergraduate Courses                                                                     preliminary proposal and the presentation of a project report to the sponsoring
                                                                                                                                                         organization. Prerequisites: Consent of the Business Undergraduate Office.
                                                                O BIOL 207 Molecular Genetics and Heredity
                                                               Œ3 (fi 6) (either term, 3-1s-3). The chromosomal and molecular basis for the              Graduate Courses
                                                               transmission and function of genes. The construction of genetic and physical maps
                                                               of genes and genomes. Strategies for the isolation of specific genes. Examples            BUS 505 Ethics and Corporate Social Responsibility with
                                                               of regulatory mechanisms for the expression of the genetic material in both               Communications
                                                               prokaryotes and eukaryotes. Prerequisite: BIOL 107 or SCI 100.                            Œ3 (fi 6) (either term, 3-0-0). This course focuses on the application of moral
                                                                                                                                                         principles and models for ethical decision making to individuals and businesses
                                                               BIOL 366 Northern Ecology                                                                 in the 21st century. Contemporary ethical and social issues will be examined
                                                               Œ3 (fi 6) (second term, 3-0-0). Examines the ecology of boreal, arctic, and alpine        through the use of case studies, class discussions and presentations. Topics
                                                               ecosystems, including postglacial history, climate, geology, nutrient cycling and         include concepts of individual ethics, workplace issues, corporate compliance and
                                                               energy flow in forests, wetlands, lakes and marine systems, animal and plant              social and environmental responsibility. While examining ethical issues, emphasis
                                                               adaptations to cold and current human impacts. Prerequisite: BIOL 208.                    will be placed on improving students’ proficiency levels in verbal and written
                                                               BIOL 490 Individual Study                                                                 business communication.
                                                               Œ3 (fi 6) (either term, 0-0-6). Registration will be contingent on the student’s having   BUS 601 Business Practicum
                                                               made prior arrangements with a faculty member willing to supervise the program.           Œ3 (fi 6) (two term, 3-0-0). Students are divided into groups and the groups are
                                                               Credit may be obtained more than once. Prerequisites: A 300-level Biological              assigned a project in either a business or government organization. At the end of
                                                               Sciences course and consent of the Associate Chair, Undergraduate Studies.                the course each group is required to write a report and to make a presentation
                                                               BIOL 498 Research Project                                                                 derived from the project to the other groups in the course. Prerequisite: All
                                                               Œ3 (fi 6) (either term, 0-0-6). Directed research in laboratory of an assigned            required Year 1 MBA core courses.
                                                               member of the Biological Sciences Department. Successful completion of this
                                                               course requires a written report on the research project. Credit may be obtained
                                                               more than once. Prerequisites: A 300-level Biological Sciences course and consent         Business Economics, BUEC
                                                               of the Associate Chair, Undergraduate Studies.                                            Departments of Marketing, Business Economics, and Law
                                                                                                                                                         Faculty of Business
                                                               Botany (Biological Sciences), BOT                                                         Undergraduate Courses
                                                               Department of Biological Sciences
                                                               Faculty of Science                                                                        BUEC 444 International Study Tours
                                                                                                                                                         Œ3 (fi 6) (either term, 3-0-0). This course is a combination of on site study tours
                                                               Note: See the following sections for listings of other Biological Sciences                to a foreign country and academic coursework. The study tour component will
                                                               courses: Biology (BIOL); Entomology (ENT); Genetics (GENET); Microbiology                 normally be for a two to three week period, during which students will participate
                                                               (MICR); Zoology (ZOOL).                                                                   in company tours, lectures and language and cultural study to develop an
                                                                                                                                                         appreciation for different business cultures and contexts. Upon return, students will
                                                                                                                                                         be expected to complete a group project or case study relating to the business
                                                                                                                                                         environment of the country under study. Prerequisites: Preference will be given


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in the Faculty of Business.                                                               Biochemistry course may be considered at the discretion of the Cell Biology
                                                                                          Undergraduate Advisor. Closed to Bear Tracks registration. Go to Department
BUEC 479 Government and Business in Canada
                                                                                          website for project information. This course can also be taken as a six week
Œ3 (fi 6) (either term, 3-0-0). The role of business in the public policy process:
                                                                                          Spring/Summer session course. www.ualberta.ca/cellbiology
how business organizations influence public policy and its administration, and
how public policies affect business. Processes of change are of particular interest.      CELL 498 Research Project
Attention is to the motivation, behavior patterns, and the dynamics of the interaction    Œ3 (fi 6) (either term, 0-0-6). Directed research carried out in the laboratory of
of different stakeholder groups, policy makers, and managers responsible for              an assigned member of a department participating in the Cell Biology Program.
the implementation of public policies. Develops a framework for analysis of the           Credit may be obtained for this course more than once. Successful completion
effectiveness and efficiency of different fiscal, regulatory, and promotional policies;   requires a written report. Prerequisites: A 300-level CELL, Biological Sciences, or
consideration is given to the impact of technological, economic, and social change        Biochemistry course and the consent of the Cell Biology Undergraduate Advisor.
on policy choice in the long term. Prerequisite: BUEC 311.                                Go to Department website for project information. This course can also be taken
                                                                                          as a six week Spring/Summer session course. www.ualberta.ca/cellbiology.
BUEC 495 Individual Research Project I
Œ3 (fi 6) (either term, 3-0-0). Special study for advanced undergraduates.                CELL 499 Research Project
Prerequisites: consent of Instructor and Assistant Dean, Undergraduate                    Œ6 (fi 12) (two term, 0-0-6). Directed research carried out in the laboratory of an




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Program.                                                                                  assigned member of a department participating in the Cell Biology Program. The
                                                                                          project normally continues through both the Fall and Winter Terms. Successful
Graduate Courses                                                                          completion of this course requires a written report and oral presentation on the
                                                                                          research project. Prerequisite: A 300-level CELL, Biological Sciences, or Biochemistry
BUEC 686 Selected Topics in Business Economics                                            course and the consent of the Cell Biology Undergraduate Advisor. Go to Department
Œ3 (fi 6) (either term, 3-0-0). Topics in this seminar may vary from year to year         website for project information www.ualberta.ca/cellbiology
and are chosen at the discretion of the Instructor.

                                                                                          Chemical and Materials Engineering, CME
Business Law, B LAW                                                                       Department of Chemical and Materials Engineering
Departments of Marketing, Business Economics, and Law                                     Faculty of Engineering
Faculty of Business
    Note: Enrolment in all B LAW courses, except B LAW 301, is restricted to              Graduate Courses
students registered in the Faculty of Business, or to students registered in specified
                                                                                          CME 900 Directed Research
programs that require Business courses to meet degree requirements and who
                                                                                          Œ3 (fi 6) (variable, unassigned). An engineering project for students registered
have obtained prior approval of their Faculty.
                                                                                          in a Master of Engineering program.
Undergraduate Courses
B LAW 402 Business Contracts                                                              Chemical Engineering, CH E
Œ3 (fi 6) (either term, 3-0-0). Examination of the special types of contracts that        Department of Chemical and Materials Engineering
are encountered in business and commercial life. Topics include contract of sale,         Faculty of Engineering
agency, negotiable instruments, insurance, bailment, employment contracts and
contracts involving land as well as societal regulation of the freedom of contract.
Prerequisite: B LAW 301 or ENGG 420.
                                                                                          Undergraduate Courses
B LAW 422 Law of Business Organizations                                                        Note: The Chemical and Materials Engineering Department offers a regular
Œ3 (fi 6) (either term, 3-0-0). Introduction to the role of the corporation in the        academic term from May-August. Courses designated as “Spring/Summer” in this
business and commercial life of Canada and Alberta, with emphasis on the small            section of the Calendar are part of this academic term and normally run for the
private company. Topics include characteristics of corporate existence, process           full May-August period.
of incorporation, forming a private company, relationship with third parties,             CH E 243 Engineering Thermodynamics
distinction between management and ownership, duties of directors and officers,           Œ3.5 (fi 6) (either term or Spring/Summer, 3-1s-0). An introduction to the first
and shareholder rights. Prerequisite: B LAW 301 or ENGG 420.                              and second laws of thermodynamics. Prerequisites: MATH 101.
B LAW 442 International Business Law                                                      CH E 314 Heat Transfer
Œ3 (fi 6) (either term, 3-0-0). Study of the law regulating the conduct of                Œ3.5 (fi 6) (either term or Spring/Summer, 3-1s-0). Principles of conduction,
international business transactions. This includes trade law (GATT, commodity             convection and radiation heat transfer. Design and performance analysis of
agreements, economic integration, national rules); finance law (IMF, OECD, ICSID,         thermal systems based on these principles. Prerequisites: MATH 201, CH E 312.
multinationals, promotion and financing of world trade); and commercial law               Corequisite CH E 374.
(payment mechanisms, international commercial contracts, UN Convention on
the International Sale of Goods, settlement procedures, pertinent national and            CH E 318 Mass Transfer
international laws). Prerequisite: Open to third-year and fourth-year students.           Œ4 (fi 6) (either term or Spring/Summer, 3-0-2). Molecular and turbulent diffusion;
                                                                                          mass transfer coefficients; mass transfer equipment design including absorption
B LAW 495 Individual Research Project I                                                   and cooling towers, adsorption and ion exchange. Prerequisites: CME 265, CH E
Œ3 (fi 6) (either term, 3-0-0). Special study for advanced undergraduates.                312 and 343. Corequisite: CH E 314. Credit may not be obtained in this course
Prerequisites: consent of Instructor and Assistant Dean, Undergraduate                    if previous credit has been obtained for CH E 418.
Program.
                                                                                          CH E 345 Chemical Reactor Analysis I
B LAW 496 Individual Research Project II                                                  Œ3.5 (fi 6) (either term or Spring/Summer, 3-1s-0). Kinetics of chemical reactions
Œ3 (fi 6) (either term, 3-0-0). Special Study for advanced undergraduates.                and design of ideal chemical reactors. Prerequisites: CME 265, CH E 343 and 374.
Prerequisites: B LAW 495, consent of the Instructor and Assistant Dean,                   Credit may not be obtained in this course if previous credit has been obtained
Undergraduate Program.                                                                    for CH E 434.
                                                                                          CH E 358 Process Data Analysis
Cell Biology, CELL                                                                        Œ5 (fi 6) (either term or Spring/Summer, 3-0-4). Statistical analysis of process data
                                                                                          from chemical process plants and course laboratory experiments. Topics covered
Departments of Biological Science and Cell Biology                                        include least squares regression, analysis of variance, propagation of error, and
Faculties Science, and Medicine and Dentistry                                             design of experiments. Prerequisites: CH E 351 and STAT 235. Corequisites: CH
                                                                                          E 314 and 345.
Undergraduate Courses                                                                     CH E 454 Chemical Engineering Project Laboratory
                                                                                          Œ3 (fi 6) (second term, 1-0-4). Experiments in kinetics and mass transfer.
CELL 398 Research Project
                                                                                          Prerequisites: CH E 318, 345, 358, and 416.
Œ3 (fi 6) (either term, 0-0-3). Directed research carried out in the laboratory of
an assigned member of a department participating in the Cell Biology Program.             CH E 458 Special Projects in Chemical Engineering
Credit may be obtained for this course only once. Successful completion requires          Œ3.5 (fi 6) (either term or Spring/Summer, 2-0-3). Projects in Chemical Engineering.
a written report. Open only to third year students. Prerequisites: CELL 300 and

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                                                               previous two academic terms. Prerequisite: consent of Department.                         Œ3 (fi 6) (either term, 3-0-0).
                                                                                                                                                          O CHRTC 351 Human Sexuality and Marriage: Christian Perspectives

                                                               Chemistry, CHEM                                                                           Œ3 (fi 6) (either term, 3-0-0). Questions of meaning and morality concerning
                                                                                                                                                         human sexuality and marriage, including love, non-marital sex, divorce, parenthood,
                                                               Department of Chemistry                                                                   and gender roles, considered in light of human experience. Scripture, Christian
                                                               Faculty of Science                                                                        Tradition, Catholic Church teaching, and contemporary theological discussion.
                                                                                                                                                          O CHRTC 380 Christian Religious Education and the Child
                                                               Undergraduate Courses                                                                     Œ3 (fi 6) (either term, 3-0-0). Key themes relevant to the faith life of children,
                                                                                                                                                         such as: the presence of God, a sense of belonging, the need for community.
                                                                O CHEM 101 Introductory University Chemistry I                                           Examination of selected Alberta school curriculum topics.
                                                               Œ3 (fi 6) (either term, 3-1s-3). Atoms and molecules, states of matter, chemistry
                                                               of the elements. Prerequisite: Chemistry 30, or equivalent.                                O CHRTC 381 Christian Religious Education and the Adolescent/
                                                                                                                                                         Young Adult
                                                                O CHEM 102 Introductory University Chemistry II                                          Œ3 (fi 6) (either term, 3-0-0). Key themes relevant to the faith search of
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                                                               Œ3 (fi 6) (either term, 3-1s-3). Rates of reactions, thermodynamics and equilibrium,      adolescents/young adults, such as: the life and teachings of Jesus, the challenge
                                                               electro-chemistry, modern applications of chemistry. Prerequisite: CHEM 101.              of the Gospel in our culture, and the meaning of belonging and commitment to
                                                                O CHEM 103 Introductory University Chemistry I                                           Church. Examination of selected Alberta school curriculum topics.
                                                               Œ4.3 (fi 6) (either term, 3-1s-3/2). Atoms and molecules, states of matter, chemistry      O CHRTC 407 Topics in Christian Religious Education
                                                               of the elements. Prerequisite: Chemistry 30, or equivalent. Note: Restricted to           Œ3 (fi 6) (either term, 3-0-0). Prerequisite: CHRTC 380 or 381 or consent of
                                                               Engineering students only. Other students who take this course will receive Œ3.0.         the College.
                                                                O CHEM 105 Introductory University Chemistry II                                           O CHRTC 450 Directed Readings in Catholic Theology
                                                               Œ3.8 (fi 6) (either term, 3-0-3/2). Rates of reactions, thermodynamics and                Œ3 (fi 6) (either term, 3-0-0). An intensive directed readings course on a topic
                                                               equilibrium, electrochemistry, modern applications of chemistry. Prerequisite:            selected by the student in consultation with one of the faculty. A major term
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                                                               CHEM 103. Note: Restricted to Engineering students only. Other students who               paper is required. Prerequisites: One course in Christian theology and permission
                                                               take this course will receive Œ3.0.                                                       of the College.
                                                                O CHEM 261 Organic Chemistry I
                                                               Œ3 (fi 6) (second term, 3-0-3). The correlation of structure and chemical bonding         Graduate Courses
                                                               in carbon compounds with the physical properties and chemical reactivity of
                                                               organic molecules. Discussion will be based on functional groups with emphasis            O CHRTC 501 Directed Reading in Catholic Theology
                                                               on hydrocarbons and derivatives that contain halogens, oxygen, sulfur, and the            Œ3 (fi 6) (either term, 0-3s-0). Prerequisite: consent of College.
                                                               hydroxy group. Introduction to stereochemistry, three dimensional structure, reaction     O CHRTC 609 Topics in Christian Tradition
                                                               mechanisms, especially addition to double bonds, nucleophilic substitution and            Œ3 (fi 6) (either term, 0-3s-0).
                                                               elimination reactions. Prerequisite CHEM 101 or 103. Note: Students who have
                                                               obtained credit for CHEM 161 or 164 cannot take CHEM 261 for credit. Engineering
                                                               students who take this course will receive Œ4.5.                                          Civil Engineering, CIV E
                                                                 O CHEM 263 Organic Chemistry II                                                         Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering
                                                               Œ3 (fi 6) (either term, 3-0-3). Continuation of the structural and chemical properties
                                                                                                                                                         Faculty of Engineering
                                                               of the basic functional groups of organic compounds including alkynes, aromatic
                                                               compounds, aldehydes, ketones, carboxylic acids and their derivatives and amines.
                                                               Illustration of these functional groups in natural products such as carbohydrates,        Undergraduate Courses
                                                               amino acids and proteins, nucleic acids and lipids. Discussion of the application of
                                                                                                                                                         CIV E 251 Survey School
                                                               spectroscopic methods for the structure determination in simple organic molecules.
                                                                                                                                                         Œ1.5 (fi 3) (second term or Spring/Summer, 1 week). Practical exercises in field
                                                               Prerequisites: CHEM 161 or 164 or 261 or SCI 100. Note: Students who have
                                                                                                                                                         methods; project type of assignments; field astronomy; electronic distance measuring
                                                               obtained credit for CHEM 163 cannot take CHEM 263 for credit.
                                                                                                                                                         instruments. Note: Survey School is held off campus. Prerequisite: CIV E 250.


                                                               Chinese, CHINA                                                                            Graduate Courses
                                                               Department of East Asian Studies                                                          CIV E 604 Construction Law
                                                               Faculty of Arts                                                                           Œ3 (fi 6) (either term, 3-0-0). Covers fundamentals of construction law; overview
                                                                                                                                                         of the Canadian Legal System, business organization. Tort liability, construction
                                                                                                                                                         contracts, agreements. Lien legislation, statutes governing the engineering
                                                               Undergraduate Courses                                                                     profession and other legal topics.
                                                               CHINA 101 Basic Chinese I                                                                 CIV E 684 Engineering Geology and Terrain Analysis
                                                               Œ3 (fi 6) (either term, 5-0-0). A non-intensive introduction to Mandarin Chinese.         Œ4 (fi 6) (second term, 3-1s-1). Information sources in engineering geology
                                                               Note: Not open to students with matriculation in Chinese, i.e., CHINA 30 or equivalent.   and terrain analysis, elements of the geology of sediments and glacial geology.
                                                               CHINA 102 Basic Chinese II                                                                Glacial and periglacial land forms. Photogeology and airphoto interpretation
                                                               Œ3 (fi 6) (either term, 5-0-0). A continuation of CHINA 101. Prerequisite: CHINA          applied to geotechnical engineering. Case histories based on specific materials
                                                               101. Note: Not open to students with matriculation in Chinese, i.e., CHINA 30             and regional problems.
                                                               or equivalent.                                                                            CIV E 709 Advanced Topics in Construction Engineering and
                                                                                                                                                         Management
                                                                                                                                                         Œ3 (fi 6) (either term, 3-0-0).
                                                               Christian Theology at St Joseph’s College,                                                CIV E 729 Advanced Topics in Environmental Engineering
                                                               CHRTC                                                                                     Œ3 (fi 6) (either term, 3-0-0).

                                                               St Joseph’s College                                                                       CIV E 900 Directed Research Project
                                                                                                                                                         Œ3 (fi 6) (variable, unassigned). An engineering project for students registered
                                                                   Note: The following courses can be used as Arts options.                              in a Masters of Engineering program.

                                                               Undergraduate Courses                                                                     CIV E 910 Directed Research
                                                                                                                                                         Œ6 (fi 12) (variable, unassigned). An engineering project for students registered
                                                                O CHRTC 250 The Theological Education of the Catholic Teacher                            in the joint MBA/MEng program.
                                                               Œ3 (fi 6) (either term, 3-0-0). The components that make up the education of
                                                               the Catholic teacher. Issues include credal statements, the moral and social
                                                               teachings of the Church, liturgical practices, a general theology and theory of
                                                               Catholic education.



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                                                                                        Œ3 (fi 6) (either term, 0-3s-0). Prerequisite: consent of Department. Repeatable.
Department of History and Classics                                                      CLASS 601 Studies in Classical Archaeology I
Faculty of Arts                                                                         Œ3 (fi 6) (either term, 0-3s-0). Requires payment of additional student instructional
Notes                                                                                   support fees. Refer to the Fees Payment Guide in the University Regulations and
(1) None of the courses under this heading will fulfil the language-other-than-         Information for Students section of the Calendar.
    English requirement of the BA degree.                                               CLASS 602 Studies in Classical Archaeology II
(2) All 200- and 300-level courses under this heading are survey courses                Œ3 (fi 6) (either term, 0-3s-0). Requires payment of additional student instructional
    designed primarily for the non-specialist and may be taken by students with         support fees. Refer to the Fees Payment Guide in the University Regulations and
    no knowledge of Greek or Latin.                                                     Information for Students section of the Calendar.
(3) The Classics Department does not permit first-year students, regardless of          CLASS 900 Directed Research Project
    their faculty, to take its 300-level courses. It permits only third- and fourth-    Œ3-9 (variable) (either term, unassigned).
    year students, regardless of their faculty, to take its 400-level courses.
(4) The courses numbered 460 through 500, are designed for fourth-year,
                                                                                        Communications and Technology, COMM




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    Honors, and graduate students. No Greek or Latin is required at the
    400-level, but may be required at the 500-level. The precise topics covered
    in any given course may vary from year to year. Some account, therefore,            Faculty of Extension
    may be taken of the particular interests of students within the framework
    of the course. Normally, students who take these courses are expected to            Graduate Courses
    have at least one senior course in ancient history or literature; if they do
                                                                                        COMM 501 Applied Research in Communications and Technology
    not, they must obtain the consent of Department to their registration, and          Œ3 (fi 6) (Spring/Summer, 3-0-0). Introduction to quantitative and qualitative
    the Department will consider their special needs. Note: Details of the topics       approaches for conducting research into technology-mediated communications.
    to be offered in any given year may be obtained from the Department. For            Guides students in their topic selection and development for their culminating
    additional related courses see Greek and Latin listings.                            project. Restricted to MACT students, normally in the second year. Offered
                                                                                        during the Spring Institute. Students may not receive credit for both EXT 501
Undergraduate Courses                                                                   and COMM 501.

 O CLASS 102 Greek and Roman Mythology                                                  COMM 502 Human Communication
Œ3 (fi 6) (either term, 3-0-0). A survey of classical mythology with readings in        Œ3 (fi 6) (Spring/Summer, 3-0-0). Survey of classic theories and emerging
translation from various ancient authors as well as from modern scholarly works.        perspectives in communication studies. Emphasizes the development of skills
Formerly CLASS 202.                                                                     for analyzing and understanding communication in context. Restricted to MACT
                                                                                        students, normally in the first year. Offered during the Spring Institute. Students
 O CLASS 110 The Ancient World                                                          may not receive credit for both EXT 502 and COMM 502.
Œ3 (fi 6) (either term, 3-0-0). World history from the beginning of written
records down to the sixth century AD. The course covers the ancient history of          COMM 503 Group Transactions
the Mediterranean world, with particular emphasis on Egypt, Greece and Rome             Œ3 (fi 6) (Spring/Summer, 3-0-0). Examination of communication and interaction
and compares developments in civilization in these areas with those in Persia,          in small groups, with particular focus on workplace teams. Topics include the
India, China and Japan.                                                                 dynamics of group formation, phases of group development, emergent group
                                                                                        structures, the nature and impacts of conflict, and leadership in groups. Restricted
 O CLASS 254 Introduction to Greek Art and Archaeology                                  to MACT students, normally in the first year. Offered during the Spring Institute.
Œ3 (fi 6) (either term, 3-0-0). Survey of the art, artifacts, and monuments of the      Students may not receive credit for both EXT 503 and COMM 503.
Ancient Greek World. Formerly CLASS 252.
                                                                                        COMM 506 Using and Managing Communications Networks
 O CLASS 255 Introduction to Roman Art and Archaeology                                  Œ3 (fi 6) (Spring/Summer, 3-0-0). Examines the concept of a network as both an
Œ3 (fi 6) (either term, 3-0-0). Survey of the art, artifacts, and monuments of the      organizational form and an organizational resource. Explores the decision-making
Ancient Roman World. Formerly CLASS 252.                                                options that are created by the establishment of organizational networks. Restricted
O CLASS 399 Topics in the Ancient World                                                 to MACT students, normally in the second year. Offered during the Spring Institute.
Œ3 (fi 6) (either term, 3-0-0).                                                         Students may not receive credit for both EXT 506 and COMM 506.

 O CLASS 459 Roman Archaeology and Civilization                                         COMM 508 Culminating Project
Œ6 (fi 12) (two term, 5-0-15). A study of the old city of Rome, with lecturing          Œ6 (fi 12) (two term, unassigned). Under supervision, students undertake a
trips to Etruria, Ostia, Terracina, Palestrina, Tivoli, Pompeii, Herculaneum, Cumae,    project that addresses some practical problem, issue, or objective related to
and the Greek temples of Paestum. Designed to provide a richer understanding            communications and technology. Restricted to MACT students. Course delivered
of Latin literature and Roman history and an introduction to advanced studies in        by asynchronous Internet communication.
Latin literature and Roman history and archaeology. Prerequisites: One university        O COMM 550 Introduction to Electronic Commerce
level course in History, Latin, or Classics and consent of Department. Note: This       Œ3 (fi 6) (either term, unassigned). An introduction to the concepts, technologies,
course is given in Rome during Spring/Summer only.                                      and functions of electronic commerce. Considers the organizational implications
 O CLASS 475 Techniques of Classical Field Archaeology                                  of electronic commerce as a broad shift in how transactions are completed in
Œ3-6 (variable) (variable, 0-10L-0). The techniques of survey, excavation and           the marketplace. Offered by asynchronous Internet communication. Students may
recording in Classical Archaeology. Prerequisites: Students must be either Classics     not receive credit for both EXT 555 and COMM 550.
majors or in a Classics graduate program. Note: Offered only for fieldwork in the        O COMM 551 Understanding Computing Projects: Application, Design,
archaeology of the Greek and Roman world and restricted to those participating in       Project Management Issues for Communication
a fieldwork program sponsored by the Department. Requires payment of additional         Œ3 (fi 6) (either term, unassigned). An introduction to the fundamental concepts
student instructional support fees. Refer to the Fees Payment Guide in the University   of computing projects and project design assumptions. Intended to assist
Regulations and Information for Students section of the Calendar.                       communications professionals in making decisions in managing computing
 O CLASS 476 Advanced Field Techniques in Classical Archaeology                         software, database and Internet-related projects. Offered by asynchronous Internet
Œ3-6 (variable) (variable, 0-10L-0). Advanced field application of Classical            communication. Students may not receive credit for both EXT 551 and COMM 551.
Archaeological Theory. Prerequisites: CLASS 475 or equivalent. Note: Offered only        O COMM 597 Topics in Communications and Technology
for fieldwork in the archaeology of the Greek and Roman world and restricted            Œ3 (fi 6) (either term, unassigned). An elective course on selected topics in
to those participating in a fieldwork program sponsored by the Department.              communications and technology. Offered by asynchronous Internet communication.
Requires payment of additional student instructional support fees. Refer to the
Fees Payment Guide in the University Regulations and Information for Students           COMM 598 Directed Study in Communications and Technology
section of the Calendar.                                                                Œ3 (fi 6) (either term, unassigned). An elective course to be completed under
                                                                                        the direction of a faculty member. Requires the approval of the Director. Offered
Graduate Courses                                                                        by asynchronous Internet communication.

CLASS 579 Topics in Roman Archaeology and Social History
Œ3 (fi 6) (either term, 0-3s-0).



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                                                               Community Service-Learning, CSL                                                         software engineering techniques for constructing elegant and robust solutions to
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                                                                                                                                                       problems. Prerequisites: Pure Math 30 or Math 30-1. See Note (1) above.
                                                               Faculty of Arts                                                                          O CMPUT 115 Programming with Data Structures
                                                                                                                                                       Œ3 (fi 6) (either term, 3-0-3). A study of dynamic data structures (e.g. sets, lists,
                                                               Undergraduate Courses                                                                   stacks, queues, dictionaries) and their associated algorithms (e.g. traversal, sorting,
                                                                                                                                                       searching, element addition and removal) using Java. An introduction to recursive
                                                               CSL 350 Selected Topics in Community Service-Learning
                                                                                                                                                       references and algorithms and to more advanced programming language techniques
                                                               Œ1-6 (variable) (variable, unassigned). Content varies from year to year. Topics
                                                                                                                                                       including inheritance and exceptions. Prerequisite: CMPUT 114.
                                                               and credit value announced prior to registration period. Prerequisite: consent of
                                                               instructor. This course may require payment of additional student instructional         CMPUT 499 Topics in Computing Science
                                                               support fees. Refer to the Fees Payment Guide in the University Regulations and         Œ3 (fi 6) (either term, 3-0-3). See Note (3) above.
                                                               Information for Students section of the Calendar.
                                                               CSL 360 Community Service Learning-Practicum
                                                                                                                                                       Graduate Courses
                                                               Œ1-6 (variable) (variable, unassigned). Course content varies from year to year but         Students entering the graduate program are expected to have an adequate
                                                               will include a significant service component. Topics and credit value announced         background in computing science. Students lacking adequate background may be
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                                                               prior to registration period. Prerequisite: consent of instructor. Corequisite: CSL     required to take one or more of the following undergraduate courses in addition
                                                               350. This course may require payment of an additional miscellaneous fee. Refer          to their regular graduate program: CMPUT 304, 340, 379, 391, 401, 411, 418, 429,
                                                               to the Fees Payment Guide in the University Regulations and Information for             466, 474, 485 (see §201.44).
                                                               Students section of the Calendar.
                                                                                                                                                           Thesis-based students are expected to take a minimum of three 600-level
                                                               CSL 480 Individual Study in Community Service-Learning                                  courses (excluding 601 and 603). Course-based students are expected to take a
                                                               Œ3 (fi 6) (variable, unassigned). Individual study opportunity on topics for which      minimum of five 600-level courses (excluding 601).
                                                               no specific course is currently offered. Prerequisites: Consent of Community
                                                               Service - Learning Director, consent of instructor, and completion of a 3 credit            Note: In all cases where prerequisite courses are specified, the phrase “or
                                                               course with a CSL component.                                                            equivalent courses taken at the University of Alberta or at another university”
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                                                                                                                                                       is understood. Where students are uncertain whether they meet prerequisite
                                                                                                                                                       requirements, they should consult with their program advisor, and if necessary,
                                                               Comparative Literature, C LIT                                                           with the instructor of the graduate course.

                                                               Office of Interdisciplinary Studies
                                                               Faculty of Arts                                                                         Dance, DANCE
                                                                   Note: Courses in Comparative Literature teach a number of literatures from          Faculty of Physical Education and Recreation
                                                               an international perspective with the help of translations as necessary.
                                                                                                                                                       Undergraduate Courses
                                                               Undergraduate Courses
                                                                                                                                                        O DANCE 446 Modern Dance Composition
                                                                O C LIT 228 Introduction to Comparative Studies in Popular Literature                  Œ3 (fi 6) (either term, 3-0-0). Theory and practice of modern dance improvisation
                                                               and Culture                                                                             and composition, principles of form and design, individual and group choreography,
                                                               Œ3 (fi 6) (either term, 3-0-0). Poetics of such popular genres as crime fiction,        evaluation. Prerequisite: One of DANCE 100, 340, 431, or consent of Faculty.
                                                               spy fiction, the horror story, etc., and their relation to mainstream literature and
                                                               culture. Note: Not open to students with credit in C LIT 440.
                                                                O C LIT 343 Fairy Tales and Folk Tales                                                 Dance Activity, DAC
                                                               Œ3 (fi 6) (either term, 3-0-0). A survey of European fairy tales, and an introduction
                                                                                                                                                       Faculty of Physical Education and Recreation
                                                               to critical and theoretical approaches to the folk tale in general and the fairy
                                                               tale in particular.                                                                     Goals of DAC Level I
                                                                                                                                                       (1) Acquisition of basic skills required in the activity and an appreciation of how
                                                                                                                                                           these skills are used in combination in performance situations.
                                                               Computing Science, CMPUT                                                                (2) Development of the specific theoretical knowledge associated with
                                                                                                                                                           terminology, history, sociocultural context, rules and organizational aspects,
                                                               Department of Computing Science
                                                                                                                                                           basic strategies and tactics, technique and other concepts relevant to the
                                                               Faculty of Science                                                                          activity.
                                                               Notes
                                                                                                                                                       Notes
                                                               (1) Students with appropriate academic standing, and who are enrolled in any
                                                                                                                                                       (1) Activity-course dress requirement for first class. Students are expected to
                                                                    Faculty of Science Honors, Specialization, or Computing Science minor
                                                                                                                                                           attend the first class of any activity course appropriately dressed for activity
                                                                    programs, will be given preference in registering for computing science
                                                                                                                                                           participation.
                                                                    courses required in these four-year programs.
                                                                                                                                                       (2) Students enrolled in courses offered by the Faculty of Physical Education
                                                               (2) Students with no previous computing experience should enrol in CMPUT 101
                                                                                                                                                           and Recreation must take responsibility for ensuring that they are physically
                                                                    instead of CMPUT 114. Students should seek advice from a departmental
                                                                                                                                                           and medically fit to be taken such courses. If a student has a physical or
                                                                    advisor.
                                                                                                                                                           medical condition that may compromise his/her participation in a course,
                                                               (3) Students who enrol in CMPUT 101 must complete CMPUT 114 and 115 in
                                                                                                                                                           it is the student’s responsibility to so inform the instructor of that course.
                                                                    order to apply to Specialization or Honors programs.
                                                                                                                                                           Students may contact the Faculty for further information on physical activity
                                                                   The following is a list of courses which, for the most part, are available when         requirements and are encouraged to seek medical advice if necessary.
                                                               resources permit, to any student who satisfies the prerequisite and corequisite
                                                               requirements. Any special restrictions are specified within the course description.     Undergraduate Courses
                                                               Undergraduate Courses                                                                    O DAC 155 Social Dance
                                                                                                                                                       Œ1.5 (fi 3) (either term, 0-3L-0). Acquisition of theoretical knowledge and personal
                                                                O CMPUT 101 Introduction to Computing                                                  skill in several variations and sequences of the foxtrot, waltz, tango, jive, rumba,
                                                               Œ3 (fi 6) (either term, 3-0-3). An introduction to fundamental concepts in computing    and cha cha. Integral to this will be the development of good partnering and
                                                               science, including state, abstraction, composition, and representation. Introduction    rhythmic abilities.
                                                               to algorithms, logic, circuits, machine architecture and other topics in elementary
                                                               computing science. This course cannot be taken for credit if credit has been
                                                               obtained in CMPUT 114, 174 or SCI 100. See Note (1) above.
                                                                O CMPUT 114 Introduction to Computing Science
                                                               Œ3 (fi 6) (either term, 3-0-3). An introduction to solving Computing Science
                                                               problems by writing computer programs in a high-level programming language
                                                               called Java. Students are introduced to objects and values, messages and methods,
                                                               control structures, and simple containers. Discussion of elementary algorithms and


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Dental Hygiene, D HYG                                                                   design-related studies. Note: ART 134 and DES 135 are required prerequisites




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                                                                                        for senior level ART or DES courses. Not open to students with credit in ART
Department of Dentistry                                                                 131 or ART 132.
Faculty of Medicine and Dentistry                                                        O DES 337 Special Projects in Studio Disciplines
                                                                                        Œ6 (fi 12) (two term, 0-6L-0). Special projects in studio disciplines by special
Undergraduate Courses                                                                   arrangement with the Department. Prerequisites: ART 134 and DES 135 or ART
                                                                                        136 and DES 138, and consent of Department. Formerly DES 339.
D HYG 414 Addictions Awareness Module
Œ3 (fi 6) (either term or Spring/Summer, 42 hours). An overview of the psychology,       O DES 338 Special Projects in Studio Disciplines
physiology, and pharmacology of substance dependence and addiction. The student         Œ3 (fi 6) (either term, 0-6L-0). An introductory design course intended to meet
will recognize the signs and symptoms of substance dependence and implications          special teaching needs not otherwise satisfied under existing course offerings.
for oral health management. The focus of the module is on developing knowledge,         Prerequisites: ART 134 and DES 135 or ART 136 and DES 138 and consent of
attitudes and skills for tobacco reduction initiatives and tobacco cessation            Department.
counselling in the dental office and community health practice.                          O DES 437 Special Projects in Studio Disciplines
D HYG 417 Practice Management : Small Business and                                      Œ6 (fi 12) (two term, 0-6L-0). Special projects in studio disciplines by special




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Entrepreneurship                                                                        arrangement with the Department. Prerequisite: consent of Department. Formerly
Œ3 (fi 6) (either term, 39 hours). This distance course will provide an opportunity     DES 439.
for students to explore and articulate their own philosophy of dental hygiene            O DES 438 Special Projects in Studio Disciplines
practice. Additionally, this course will provide an opportunity to explore various      Œ3 (fi 6) (either term, 0-6L-0). An intermediate design course intended to meet
facets of practice management in an area of special interest to the student.            special teaching needs not otherwise satisfied under existing course offerings.
D HYG 440 Advocacy for Change in Healthcare                                             Prerequisite: Consent of Department.
Œ3 (fi 6) (either term, 39 hours). Provides an overview of the professional, social,     O DES 537 Special Projects in Studio Disciplines
political and global trends and issues affecting health and health care delivery.       Œ6 (fi 12) (two term, 0-6L-0). Special projects in studio disciplines by special
Through the application of a framework for planned change, this course will             arrangement with the Department. Prerequisite: consent of Department. Formerly
demonstrate how health care professionals can act as change agents in society.          DES 539.
Also offered as a distance course pursuant to enrolment quota.
                                                                                         O DES 538 Special Projects in Studio Disciplines
                                                                                        Œ3 (fi 6) (either term, 0-6L-0). An advanced design course intended to meet
Dentistry, DENT                                                                         special teaching needs not otherwise satisfied under existing course offerings.
                                                                                        Prerequisite: consent of Department.
Department of Dentistry
Faculty of Medicine and Dentistry
                                                                                        Drama, DRAMA
Graduate Courses                                                                        Department of Drama
DENT 566 Systematic Reviews in Dentistry                                                Faculty of Arts
Œ2 (fi 4) (second term, 26 hours). This course focuses on the general principles
of Systematic Review and Meta-Analysis in Dentistry. It will cover principles,          Undergraduate Courses
procedures, problems and limitations in Systematic Reviews. Different types of
Systematic Reviews would be analyzed. Use of Meta-Analysis as a statistical tool         O DRAMA 102 Play Analysis
in Systematic Reviews will also be covered. Having a systematic review ready            Œ3 (fi 6) (either term, 3-0-0). Understanding of Drama through critical analysis
for submission to a peer reviewed journal is a course requirement. Prerequisite:        of plays and its application to creative solutions in their production. Note: Not to
DENT 565.                                                                               be taken by BA Drama Majors, BA (Honors) Drama students, or BEd (Secondary)
                                                                                        Drama Majors.
DENT 900 TMD Orofacial Pain Directed Research Project
Œ6 (fi 12) (variable, unassigned). Capping exercise for the program in the form          O DRAMA 149 Dramatic Process I
of a project developed and approved by the supervisor, such as a publishable            Œ3 (fi 6) (either term, 0-6L-0). Speech and movement improvisation with an
paper and prepared for departmental presentation.                                       emphasis on imaginative development; introduction to the process of acting and to
                                                                                        dramatic form. Note: Designed for students with little or no previous background
                                                                                        in Drama. Not to be taken by BA Drama majors, BA (Honors) Drama students,
Dentistry, DDS                                                                          or BEd (Secondary) Drama Majors.
                                                                                         O DRAMA 247 Introduction to Oral Communication
Department of Dentistry
                                                                                        Œ3 (fi 6) (either term, 0-6L-0). Exploration of basic techniques of oral communication
Faculty of Medicine and Dentistry                                                       and oral interpretation drawing from various forms of literature. Note: Not to be
                                                                                        taken by BA Drama majors, BA (Honors) Drama students, or BEd (Secondary)
Undergraduate Courses                                                                   Drama Majors.
DDS 800 Special Registration                                                            O DRAMA 407 Studies in Drama II
Œ0 (fi 0) (either term, unassigned). Dentistry undergraduate and postgraduate           Œ3 (fi 6) (either term, 0-6L-0). Prerequisite: consent of Department.
students who have been admitted to the University of Alberta Faculty of Medicine
                                                                                         O DRAMA 492 Running Crew Projects
and Dentistry as a Visiting Student in accordance with the Faculty guidelines will
                                                                                        Œ3 (fi 6) (either term, 0-0-6). Production organization: experience in preparing
be required to register in this course for the purpose of entitlement to registration
                                                                                        and running of a play in performance. Prerequisites: DRAMA 191, or 391 and/
in the Alberta Dental Association and College Education Register if applicable.
                                                                                        or consent of Department.


Design, DES                                                                             Graduate Courses
Department of Art and Design                                                            DRAMA 695 Final Research Project (Course Based Masters)
Faculty of Arts                                                                         Œ0 (fi 1) (either term, unassigned). Public presentation of final research project.
                                                                                        This is a pass/fail course.
    Note: Since presence at lectures and seminars, participation in classroom
discussion, and the completion of assignments are important components of most
courses, students will serve their best interest by regular attendance.
    This particularly applies to studio courses where attendance will be a factor
in grading.

Undergraduate Courses
 O DES 135 Design Fundamentals
Œ3 (fi 6) (either term, 0-6L-0). Studio-based introduction to the conceptual
and practical concerns of the design disciplines. Two- and three-dimensional

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                                                               Earth and Atmospheric Sciences, EAS                                                     and cost; price and output determination under competition, monopoly and other
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                                                                                                                                                       market structures. Prerequisite: ECON 101 or equivalent.
                                                               Department of Earth and Atmospheric Sciences                                             O ECON 282 Intermediate Macroeconomic Theory I
                                                               Faculty of Science                                                                      Œ3 (fi 6) (either term, 3-0-0). Models of price, interest rate, output, and employment
                                                                                                                                                       determination; the impact of fiscal, monetary, and supply shocks; open economy
                                                               Undergraduate Courses                                                                   macroeconomics with fixed and flexible exchange rates, and prices as well as
                                                                                                                                                       international capital mobility. Prerequisite: ECON 101 and 102 or consent of
                                                               Faculty of Arts Courses                                                                 Department.
                                                                                                                                                        O ECON 341 Money and Banking
                                                                O EAS 192 Cultures, Landscapes and Geographic Space                                    Œ3 (fi 6) (either term, 3-0-0). Financial intermediation, commercial banking,
                                                               Œ3 (fi 6) (either term, 3-0-0). Introduction to geographical techniques and the         central banking, securities markets, and regulation of the banking and financial
                                                               spatial organization of human landscapes and significance of the distribution of        sectors, the money supply process and monetary control. Prerequisite: ECON 101
                                                               human activity. Not open to students with credit in EAS 190 or 191. [Faculty of Arts]   and 102 or equivalent.

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                                                                O EAS 100 Planet Earth                                                                 ECON 900 Directed Research Project
                                                               Œ3 (fi 6) (either term, 3-0-3). Introduction to the origin and evolution of the         Œ3 (fi 6) (variable, unassigned).
                                                               Earth and the solar system. Introduction to plate tectonics and the rock cycle.
                                                               Simple energy balances and interactions between radiation and the atmosphere,
                                                               land, oceans, ice masses, and the global hydrological cycle. Evolution of life,
                                                               biogeography, and global climate in the context of geologic time. The carbon cycle.
                                                                                                                                                       Education, EDU
                                                               Human interaction with the Earth. Mineral and energy resources. Not available           Faculty of Education
                                                               to students with credit in EAS 101, 102 or 201 or SCI 100 (Note: Students with
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                                                                O EAS 200 Introductory Studies in Earth Science
                                                                                                                                                       EDU 250 The Profession of Teaching
                                                               Œ1 (fi 2) (either term, 0-0-3). Laboratory study of topics in introductory Earth
                                                                                                                                                       Œ3 (fi 6) (either term, 3-0-0). Explores the complex roles of teachers as
                                                               Science. EAS 200 and EAS 201 are considered to be equivalent to EAS 100 for
                                                                                                                                                       professionals in contemporary schools. Students will become familiar with the
                                                               prerequisite purposes. Not available to students with credit in EAS 100, 101, EAS
                                                                                                                                                       scope and expectations of the role of the teacher and the framework within which
                                                               210 or SCI 100. Co- or prerequisite: EAS 201. [Faculty of Science]
                                                                                                                                                       teachers work. Credit cannot be obtained if credit has already been obtained in
                                                                O EAS 201 Earth Science I                                                              EDFX 200 or EDFXP 151.
                                                               Œ3 (fi 6) (either term, 3-0-0). A non-laboratory introduction to the origin and
                                                               evolution of the Earth and the solar system. Introduction to plate tectonics and        Graduate Courses
                                                               the rock cycle. Simple energy balances and interactions between radiation and
                                                               the atmosphere, land, oceans, ice masses, and the global hydrological cycle.            EDU 511 Introduction to School Improvement
                                                               Evolution of life, biogeography, and global climate in the context of geologic          Œ3 (fi 6) (Spring/Summer, 3-0-0). Introduces the current state of knowledge,
                                                               time. The carbon cycle. Human interactions with the Earth. Mineral and energy           research, and theory in the field of education. Focuses upon teaching and
                                                               resources. Not available to students with credit in EAS 100, 101, 102, 210 or SCI       learning within schools and other educational organizations in ways that synthesize
                                                               100. (Note: EAS 201 and EAS 200 are considered to be equivalent to EAS 100              educational experience with professional research knowledge. Studies educational
                                                               for prerequisite purposes). [Faculty of Science]                                        change in that improves organizations. Prerequisite: Registration in Master of
                                                                                                                                                       Education in Educational Studies (Leadership and School Improvement). Sections
                                                               EAS 426 Undergraduate Thesis
                                                                                                                                                       may be offered in a Cost Recovery format at an increased rate of fee assessment;
                                                               Œ6 (fi 12) (variable, 3-0-0). Required for Honors students in their final year.
                                                                                                                                                       refer to the Fees Payment Guide in the University Regulations and Information
                                                               Restricted to honors and specialization students in EAS. Prerequisite: Any 300-level
                                                                                                                                                       for Students section of the Calendar.
                                                               EAS course. [Faculty of Science]
                                                                                                                                                       EDU 512 Leadership in Educational Settings
                                                                                                                                                       Œ3 (fi 6) (Spring/Summer, 3-0-0). Examines the historical context of current
                                                               East Asian Studies, EASIA                                                               thinking about educational leadership. Explores how leadership literature informs
                                                                                                                                                       practice, while critically examining that literature from both theoretical and practical
                                                               Department of East Asian Studies                                                        perspectives. Analyzes values and ethical principles in school leadership; complex
                                                               Faculty of Arts                                                                         dilemmas of educational leadership; and, works to develop a personal philosophy
                                                                                                                                                       of educational leadership. Prerequisite: Registration in Master of Education in
                                                               Undergraduate Courses                                                                   Educational Studies (Leadership and School Improvement). Sections may be
                                                                                                                                                       offered in a Cost Recovery format at an increased rate of fee assessment; refer
                                                               EASIA 101 Understanding East Asia                                                       to the Fees Payment Guide in the University Regulations and Information for
                                                               Œ3 (fi 6) (either term, 3-0-0). Important aspects of pre-modern and modern Asia         Students section of the Calendar.
                                                               from a broad interdisciplinary perspective.
                                                                                                                                                       EDU 513 Leadership for Educational Change
                                                                O EASIA 260 Popular Culture and Contemporary Japanese Society                          Œ3 (fi 6) (Spring/Summer, 3-0-0). Introduces the relationship of research to
                                                               Œ3 (fi 6) (either term, 3-0-0). Cultural texts and social changes in contemporary       educational leadership. Focuses upon synthesizing extant research literature and the
                                                               Japan. Prerequisite: EASIA 101 or consent of Department.                                need to address a specific leadership need within a school site using appropriate
                                                                                                                                                       research methods. Studies how educational research can play a leadership role in
                                                                                                                                                       the improvement of schools. Sections may be offered in a Cost Recovery format
                                                               Economics, ECON                                                                         at an increased rate of fee assessment; refer to the Fees Payment Guide in the
                                                                                                                                                       University Regulations and Information for Students section of the Calendar.
                                                               Department of Economics
                                                               Faculty of Arts                                                                         EDU 514 Planning for Educational Change
                                                                                                                                                       Œ3 (fi 6) (Spring/Summer, 3-0-0). Introduces how educational research can enhance
                                                               Undergraduate Courses                                                                   educational change toward school improvement. Focuses on utilizing appropriate
                                                                                                                                                       research methods to create a site-based research proposal for a specific school
                                                                O ECON 101 Introduction to Microeconomics                                              site. Focuses on planning educational research that improves schools. Sections
                                                               Œ3 (fi 6) (either term, 3-0-0). How markets and governments determine which             may be offered in a Cost Recovery format at an increased rate of fee assessment;
                                                               products are produced and how income is distributed in the Canadian economy.            refer to the Fees Payment Guide in the University Regulations and Information
                                                               Not open to students with credit in ECON 204.                                           for Students section of the Calendar.
                                                                O ECON 102 Introduction to Macroeconomics                                              EDU 593 Special Seminar in Educational Studies: Selected Topics
                                                               Œ3 (fi 6) (either term, 3-0-0). Employment, inflation, international payments,          Œ3 (fi 6) (either term, variable). Content varies from term to term. Topics announced
                                                               monetary policy, and fiscal policy, all in the Canadian economy. Prerequisite: ECON     prior to registration period. The student’s transcript carries title descriptive of
                                                               101 or consent of Department. Not open to students with credit in ECON 204.             content. May be repeated. Prerequisite: Registration in Master of Education in
                                                               O ECON 281 Intermediate Microeconomic Theory I
                                                               Œ3 (fi 6) (either term, 3-0-0). The theory of consumer behavior; theory of production

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Fees Payment Guide in the University Regulations and Information for Students              Students may not receive credit for both EDEL 330 and EDEL 372. Corequisite:
section of the Calendar.                                                                   Courses in the Introductory Professional Term for the Elementary Education
                                                                                           Route (for sections of EDEL 330 offered in the IPT). Successful completion is
EDU 900 Directed Research Project
                                                                                           required prior to being granted permission to continue into the second week
Œ3 (fi 6) (either term, 3-0-0). Intended as a practical course to enable MES students
                                                                                           of EDFX 325. Note: This course is offered in the Introductory Professional Term
to complete the research project proposed during the second summer residency
                                                                                           and in ED CORE II. Students in the Math/Science Minor should enroll in EDEL
for their Master’s degree. Sections may be offered in a Cost Recovery format
                                                                                           330 during the IPT.
at an increased rate of fee assessment; refer to the Fees Payment Guide in the
University Regulations and Information for Students section of the Calendar.               EDEL 335 Curriculum and Instruction in Elementary School Social
                                                                                           Studies
                                                                                           Œ3 (fi 6) (either term, 3-0-0). An introduction to planning, resources, curriculum
Education - Career Technology Studies, EDCT                                                and strategies for meeting students needs through social studies. Prerequisite:
                                                                                           Introductory Professional Term.
Department of Secondary Education
Faculty of Education                                                                       O EDEL 395 Group Project I Elementary Education
                                                                                           Œ1-12 (variable) (either term, variable). Prerequisite: consent of Department.




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EDCTS to EDCT.                                                                             EDEL 404 Developing Literacy: Pre-School to Grade Three
                                                                                           Œ3 (fi 6) (either term, 3-0-0). This senior education course focuses on the teaching
Undergraduate Courses                                                                      and learning of literacy in Early Childhood settings (pre-school to grade three).
                                                                                           The course explores instructional strategies, materials and classroom organization,
 O EDCT 400 Conference Seminar                                                             based on contemporary theory and research. Prerequisite: EDEL 305 or equivalent
Œ1-12 (variable) (either term, variable). Content varies. Topics are announced prior       introductory course in language arts education.
to registration. The transcript will carry a title descriptive of content. Prerequisite:   EDEL 406 Diagnostic Teaching of Reading and Writing
consent of Department.                                                                     Œ3 (fi 6) (either term, 3-0-0). This course focuses on assessment techniques for
                                                                                           reading and writing, provides information on administering these techniques to
Graduate Courses                                                                           elementary school children and develops an understanding of how to interpret the
                                                                                           information collected. Planning and implementing reading and writing instruction
 O EDCT 500 Conference Seminar                                                             and selecting materials from a diagnostic perspective are also included in the
Œ1-3 (variable) (either term, variable). Content varies. Topics are announced prior        course. Prerequisite: An introductory curriculum and instruction course in language
to registration. The transcript will carry a title descriptive of content. Prerequisite:   learning; or consent of Department.
consent of Department.
                                                                                           EDEL 420 Curriculum and Instruction in Elementary School Physical
                                                                                           Education
Education - Elementary, EDEL                                                               Œ3 (fi 6) (either term, 3-0-0). Prerequisites: An introductory curriculum and
                                                                                           instruction course in elementary school physical education; or consent of
Department of Elementary Education                                                         Department.
Faculty of Education                                                                       EDEL 435 Instruction in Elementary School Social Studies
                                                                                           Œ3 (fi 6) (either term, 3-0-0). An investigation of the underlying principles and
Undergraduate Courses                                                                      practical applications of curriculum and instruction in social studies. Prerequisite:
                                                                                           An introductory curriculum and instruction course in elementary Social Studies;
EDEL 302 Curriculum and Instruction in Elementary School Art
                                                                                           or EDEL 335; or consent of Department.
Œ3 (fi 6) (either term, 3-0-0). Formerly ED EL 200. This course provides an
introduction to visual arts education for elementary schools. It is comprised of           EDEL 490 Supervised Independent Study in Elementary Education II
lectures, discussions, audio visual presentations, and hands-on media experiences.         Œ3 (fi 6) (either term, 3-0-0). Prerequisite: consent of Department.
No visual arts background necessary. Requires payment of additional student
                                                                                           O EDEL 495 Seminar in Group Projects in Elementary Education II
instructional support fees. Refer to the Fees Payment Guide in the University
                                                                                           Œ1-12 (variable) (either term, variable). Prerequisite: consent of Department.
Regulations and Information for Students section of the Calendar. Prerequisite:
Introductory Professional Term.                                                            O EDEL 496 Group Projects in Elementary Education II
                                                                                           Œ3 (fi 6) (either term, 0-3s-0). Prerequisite: consent of Department.
EDEL 305 Language Arts in the Elementary School
Œ3 (fi 6) (either term, 3-0-0). This course will introduce the language arts
curriculum and will give a broad overview of the knowledge and skills required             Graduate Courses
to implement a language arts program in the elementary school, including oral              EDEL 505 Theory and Practice in Language Arts
language reading and writing. Prerequisite: Introductory Professional Term.                Œ3 (fi 6) (either term, 3-0-0). Examines a variety of theoretical perspectives on
EDEL 316 Communication Through Mathematics Education                                       language and literacy and explores their implications for work with children.
Œ3 (fi 6) (either term, 3-0-0). This course provides an introduction to the teaching       Questions of language acquisition, the role of language in learning, the development
and learning of mathematics in the elementary classroom. The focus will be on              of literacy, and sociocultural influences are explored. Prerequisite: Equivalent to
using curriculum, strategies, planning and resources to meet student needs.                Œ3 in language arts education, or consent of Department.
Prerequisite: Introductory Professional Term.                                              EDEL 555 Early Childhood Education: Home/School/Community
EDEL 321 Introduction to Curriculum and Instruction in Elementary                          Relations
School Physical Education                                                                  Œ3 (fi 6) (either term, 3-0-0). This course is designed to investigate the teacher’s
Œ3 (fi 6) (either term, 3-0-0). This course is designed to prepare students to             role in improving communication among the school, home, and community.
teach Physical Education effectively in an elementary school setting. The goals to         EDEL 556 Program Development in Early Childhood
this end integrate understanding of child development, physical education, health,         Œ3 (fi 6) (either term, 3-0-0). Prerequisite: EDEL 457 or consent of Department.
curriculum and instruction and making curricula links. Corequisite: Courses in the
Introductory Professional Term for the Elementary Education Route (for sections            EDEL 561 Processes of Curriculum Development
of EDEL 321 offered in the IPT). Successful completion is required prior to being          Œ3 (fi 6) (either term, 3-0-0). A study of the ways in which curricula are produced,
granted permission to continue into the second week of EDFX 325. Note: This                implemented, and evaluated.
course is offered in the Introductory Professional Term and in ED CORE II. Students        EDEL 567 Introduction to Educational Research
in the Physical Education Minor should enroll in EDEL 321 during the IPT.                  Œ3 (fi 6) (either term, 0-3s-0). This introductory research methodology course is
EDEL 325 Curriculum and Instruction in Elementary School Music                             intended to support graduate students’ understanding of the many ways in which
Œ3 (fi 6) (either term, 3-0-0). An introduction to the theory and practice of teaching     educational research is conceptualized and conducted. Students will develop their
music in the elementary classroom. Special emphasis on hands-on experience
with techniques, strategies, and materials appropriate for K-6. Prerequisite:
Introductory Professional Term.
EDEL 330 Curriculum and Instruction in Elementary School Science
Œ3 (fi 6) (either term, 3-0-0). This course provides an introduction to teaching
elementary children about science and ‘design and make’ technology. Such themes
as children’s learning, science/technology/society connections, the Alberta program,

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                                                               to support their work as researchers and practicing professionals. Prerequisite:          sections; see ‘Details of Courses’ section. Prerequisite: Basic computer skills within
                                                               consent of Department.                                                                    a Macintosh or MS Windows environment including word processing, e-mail,
                                                                                                                                                         and use of a Web browser. May include alternate delivery sections, refer to the
                                                               O EDEL 595 Special Seminar in Elementary Education: Selected Topics
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                                                               Œ3 (fi 6) (either term, 0-3s-0).
                                                                                                                                                         section of the Calendar
                                                               O EDEL 597 Special Seminar in Elementary Education
                                                                                                                                                          O EDIT 486 Interactive Multimedia
                                                               Œ1-12 (variable) (variable, variable).
                                                                                                                                                         Œ3 (fi 6) (either term, 3-0-3). This lab course emphasizes the design and
                                                               EDEL 900 Directed Research Project                                                        development of instructional lessons which incorporate learning with multimedia.
                                                               Œ3 (fi 6) (variable, unassigned).                                                         Students create lessons to meet a defined instructional need or goal for a specified
                                                                                                                                                         population of learners. The lessons employ principles of interactive design plus the
                                                                                                                                                         multimedia elements of static and dynamic visual displays, audio, and color. They
                                                               Education - Elementary and Secondary, EDES                                                are synthesized into a coherent and tested lesson using one of several multimedia
                                                                                                                                                         authoring systems. Final projects are distributed on CD-ROM. Prerequisite: EDIT
                                                               Departments of Elementary and Secondary Education                                         202 or EDIT 485 or an introductory course in computing science. Credit will not
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                                                                                                                                                         be granted for both EDIT 486 and EDIT 568 or EDPY 486.

                                                               Undergraduate Courses
                                                               EDES 348 Reading in the Junior and Senior High School
                                                                                                                                                         Education - Methodologie et Curriculum,
                                                               Œ3 (fi 6) (either term, 3-0-0).                                                           EDU M
                                                               O EDES 401 Conference Seminar                                                             Faculté Saint-Jean
                                                               Œ3 (fi 6) (either term, 0-3s-0).
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                                                                                                                                                         EDU M 412 Didactique des mathématiques au niveau élémentaire
                                                               O EDES 501 Conference Seminar                                                             Œ3 (fi 6) (l’un ou l’autre semestre, 3-0-0). Initiation à l’enseignement des
                                                               Œ3 (fi 6) (either term, 0-3s-0).                                                          mathématiques à l’élémentaire. Sujets étudiés: les programmes d’études, stratégies
                                                                O EDES 545 Information Technologies for Learning                                         et techniques d’enseignement et d’évaluation, les calculatrices, les ordinateurs, la
                                                               Œ3 (fi 6) (either term, 3-0-0). Focus on the integration of information technologies,     communication, la pensée et la compréhension mathématique, les influences sur
                                                               including the Internet, into the K-12 curriculum to enhance student learning              l’enseignement/l’apprentissage des mathématiques, les techniques d’évaluation.
                                                               outcomes and to develop information literacy and critical thinking skills.                Note: Ce cours n’est pas accessible aux étudiants ayant des crédits pour CU ME 321.
                                                               Consideration of the management of information technologies in schools and the
                                                               provision of staff development programs in technology-related areas.
                                                                                                                                                         Education - Policy Studies, EDPS
                                                               Education - Enseignement, EDU E                                                           Department of Educational Policy Studies
                                                                                                                                                         Faculty of Education
                                                               Faculté Saint-Jean
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                                                               Cours de 1er cycle
                                                                                                                                                         EDPS 341 Concepts of Childhood in History
                                                               EDU E 232 Introduction aux stratégies générales d’enseignement                            Œ3 (fi 6) (either term, 3-0-0). A study of those views of childhood which have
                                                               Œ3 (fi 6) (l’un ou l’autre semestre, 3-0-2). Cours d’introduction aux stratégies          exerted a significant influence on educational theory and practice over the last
                                                               d’enseignement qui vise à outiller l’apprenant dans les domaines tels que la              200 years. Students may not receive credit for both EDPS 341 and EDFDN 341.
                                                               planification (y compris l’introduction au programme d’études), le questionnement,        EDPS 360 Society and Education
                                                               les directives et le travail de groupe. Ce cours comprend des ateliers pratiques          Œ3 (fi 6) (either term, 3-0-0). The changing function and structures of education,
                                                               d’enseignement. Notes: Ce cours n’est pas accessible aux étudiants ayant des              with special reference to contemporary Canadian society. Students may not receive
                                                               crédits pour EDUC 201 et EDU E 332. Ce cours est réservé aux étudiant(e)s du              credit for both EDFN 360 and EDPS 360.
                                                               programme BEd.
                                                                                                                                                         EDPS 410 Ethics and Law in Teaching
                                                                                                                                                         Œ3 (fi 6) (either term, 3-0-0). This course will examine the ethical and legal
                                                               Education - Fondements, EDU F                                                             responsibilities of teachers. Among the topics addressed will be the following:
                                                                                                                                                         punishment and child abuse; freedom of speech and academic freedom in schools;
                                                               Faculté Saint-Jean                                                                        parents’ rights and teachers’ professional autonomy; issues of quality such as
                                                                                                                                                         inclusive education and the problems of racism and sexism; fairness in assessment
                                                               Cours de 1er cycle                                                                        and evaluation; teachers’ private lives and public obligations; indoctrination and
                                                                                                                                                         the teaching of value. Prerequisite: Completion of the Introductory Professional
                                                               EDU F 235 École et société : Les enjeux de la diversité contemporaine                     Term. Successful completion is required prior to being granted permission to
                                                               Œ3 (fi 6) (l’un ou l’autre semestre, 3-0-0). Ce cours constitue une introduction à        commence EDFX 425 or EDFX 426. May contain alternative delivery sections;
                                                               l’étude des relations entre l’école publique et la société. Il vise à sensibiliser les    refer to the Fees Payment Guide in the University Regulations and Information
                                                               étudiants aux enjeux de la société pluraliste en rapport avec le milieu scolaire. Note:   for Students section of the Calendar.
                                                               Ce cours n’est pas accessible aux étudiants ayant des crédits pour FO ED 200.
                                                                                                                                                         EDPS 432 The Education of Native Peoples in Canada: An Historical
                                                                                                                                                         Study
                                                               Education - Instructional Technology, EDIT                                                Œ3 (fi 6) (either term, 3-0-0). An historical examination of the formal education
                                                                                                                                                         provided Indian, Métis, and Inuit peoples with special attention to Aboriginal,
                                                               Department of Educational Psychology                                                      missionary, and federal-provincial educational programs. Students may not receive
                                                               Faculty of Education                                                                      credit for both EDPS 432 and EDFDN 432.

                                                               Undergraduate Courses                                                                     Graduate Courses
                                                                O EDIT 202 Technology Tools for Teaching and Learning                                    EDPS 507 Individual Directed Study
                                                               Œ3 (fi 6) (either term, 3-0-3). Provides undergraduate Education students with            Œ3 (fi 6) (either term, 3-0-0).
                                                               the basic skills for using the most common information technology tools currently
                                                                                                                                                         EDPS 580 Contemporary Issues in Education: Perspectives on Policy
                                                               applied in schools. The types of tools include internet tools, digital media
                                                                                                                                                         and Practice
                                                               processing, multimedia/hypermedia presentations, spreadsheets, and databases.
                                                                                                                                                         Œ3 (fi 6) (either term, 3-0-0). Introduces students to foundational approaches to
                                                               The course offers a number of advanced modules dealing with more complex
                                                                                                                                                         contemporary issues in Canadian and international education contexts. Introduces
                                                               topics in these areas plus additional tools such as those for editing digital video
                                                                                                                                                         multidimensional approaches associated with the history, sociology, and philosophy
                                                               and sound. Students may not receive credit for both EDIT 202 and any of EDPY
                                                               202, EDPY 302, EDPY 485 or EDIT 485. Students are encouraged to register in

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and practice.                                                                               continue into the second week of EDFX 350.
EDPS 581 Introduction to Evaluating Educational Research                                    EDPY 472 Introduction to Language Development
Œ3 (fi 6) (either term, 3-0-0). Introduces students to a critical interpretation and        Œ3 (fi 6) (either term, 3-0-0). Provides an overview to the study of child language
evaluation of research in the specializations within the Department of Educational          development and an introduction to educational considerations in teaching students
Policy Studies, using a wide range of orientations and approaches. Students may             with language or communication disorders. Students may not receive credit for
not receive credit for both EDPS 508 and EDPS 581.                                          both EDPY 472 and EDPSY 450.
EDPS 900 Directed Research Project                                                          EDPY 497 Senior Seminars
Œ3 (fi 6) (either term, unassigned).                                                        Œ1-3 (variable) (either term, variable). Content varies from year to year. Topics
                                                                                            announced prior to registration period. Prerequisite: consent of Department.

Education - Psychologie, EDU P                                                              EDPY 499 Directed Individual Study in Educational Psychology
                                                                                            Œ3 (fi 6) (either term, 3-0-0). Prerequisite: consent of Department.
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EDU P 340 Mesure et évaluation                                                              courses.
Œ3 (fi 6) (l’un ou l’autre semestre, 3-0-0). Dans ce cours, le point sera mis sur           EDPY 501 Introduction to Methods of Educational Research
une compréhension approfondie des principes-là et la pratique dans la classe.               Œ3 (fi 6) (either term, 3-0-3). Prerequisite: consent of Department.
La deuxième composante du cours mettra l’accent sur l’analyse, la construction,
et la critique des tests et différentes méthodes d’évaluations en groupes et en             EDPY 521 Principles of Psychological Assessment I
projets individuels.                                                                        Œ3 (fi 6) (either term, 3-0-3). This course deals with psychological and
                                                                                            psychoeducational assessment and covers the basic principles and skills needed to
                                                                                            administer and interpret individual intelligence tests. Prerequisites or corequisites:
Education - Psychology, EDPY                                                                (EDPY 507 or equivalent). Requires payment of additional student instructional
                                                                                            support fees. Refer to the Fees Payment Guide in the University Regulations and
Department of Educational Psychology                                                        Information for Students section of the Calendar.
Faculty of Education                                                                        EDPY 531 Developing an Effective School Counselling Program
    Note: The course prefix for Education (Psychology) courses has changed                  Œ3 (fi 6) (either term, 3-0-0). Addresses methods of needs evaluation, counselling
from EDPSY to EDPY.                                                                         program design, and program evaluation within school counselling settings.
                                                                                            Includes key issues such as parent conferences, counsellor roles, and professional
Undergraduate Courses                                                                       consultations. Restricted to course-based MEd School Counselling students.
                                                                                            EDPY 536 Ethical and Professional Issues in Psychological Practice
 O EDPY 200 Educational Psychology for Teaching
                                                                                            Œ3 (fi 6) (either term, 3-1.5s-0). Prerequisite: consent of Department.
Œ3 (fi 6) (either term, 3-0-0). This course deals with the teaching learning
process and student behavior. It includes theory, research, and illustrations,              EDPY 554 Behavior Management for Exceptional Individuals
all dealing with the classroom application of psychological principles. Topics              Œ3 (fi 6) (either term, 0-4L-0). To provide skill in implementing behavior management
typically covered are student development, student learning and instruction,                practices in classroom settings as well as skills for assisting teachers to implement
individual and group differences in student abilities, and student motivation. The          behavior management techniques. Prerequisite: consent of Department.
course presents the basic principles of effective teaching and learning using a
                                                                                            EDPY 555 Advanced Assessment and Intervention for Reading
balanced theoretical orientation. Students may not receive credit for both EDPY
                                                                                            Disabilities
200 and EDPSY 371.
                                                                                            Œ3 (fi 6) (either term, 3-0-0). This course provides students with an understanding
 O EDPY 402 Child Development for Educators                                                 of reading disabilities, introduces them to relevant assessment tools, and examines
Œ3 (fi 6) (either term, 3-0-0). The course will include theoretical and practical aspects   how to design and implement successful interventions for students with reading
of physical, cognitive, psychological, moral, social, and emotional development of          disabilities.
children. Prerequisite: EDPY 200 or consent of Department.
                                                                                            EDPY 597 Special Seminars
 O EDPY 404 Adolescent Development for Educators                                            Œ1-6 (variable) (either term, variable). Content varies from year to year. Topics
Œ3 (fi 6) (either term, 3-0-0). Prerequisite: EDPY 200. Students may not receive            announced prior to registration period. The student’s transcript carries title
credit for both EDPY 404 and EDPSY 329.                                                     descriptive of content. May be repeated. Prerequisite: consent of Department.
 O EDPY 442 Introduction to Counselling                                                     EDPY 599 Individual Directed Reading and Research
Œ3 (fi 6) (either term, 1.5-1.5s-0). Provides an overview of the field of Counselling       Œ3 (fi 6) (either term, 3-0-0). Prerequisite: consent of Department.
Psychology, including its theoretical foundations, applications, and counselling
                                                                                            EDPY 699 Individual Directed Reading and Research
skills. Prerequisite: EDPY 200 or consent of Department.
                                                                                            Œ3 (fi 6) (either term, 3-0-0). Prerequisite: consent of Department.
EDPY 452 Assessment and Instruction of Exceptional Learners
                                                                                            EDPY 900 Research/Capping Project
Œ3 (fi 6) (either term, 3-0-0). This course focuses on the role of the special
                                                                                            Œ3 (fi 6) (two term, unassigned).
educator with regard to assessment of, and instructional programming for, students
having special learning needs. Note: Special Education Minor-Elementary Route               EDPY 903 Directed Research Project
only. Prerequisite: Introductory Professional Term. Students may not receive credit         Œ3 (fi 6) (either term, variable).
for EDPY 452 and any of EDPSY 355, EDPSY 307 or EDPY 468.
EDPY 454 Teaching Students with Challenging Behaviours
Œ3 (fi 6) (either term, 3-0-0). This course focuses on understanding and managing           Education - Secondary, EDSE
the challenging behaviours of children and adolescents with emotional and                   (Curriculum and Instruction)
behavioural problems in schools. Note: Students may not receive credit for both             Department of Secondary Education
EDPY 454 and EDPSY 307 or EDPSY 357.                                                        Faculty of Education
EDPY 456 Consultation and Collaboration in Special Education                                   Note: The course prefix for Education (Secondary) courses has changed from
Œ3 (fi 6) (either term, 3-0-0). Provides understanding of collaborative consultation        EDSEC to EDSE.
as a process to enable teachers to work together with all stakeholders to generate
strategies for educating students with special needs. Prerequisite: Introductory
Professional Term.
                                                                                            Undergraduate Courses
EDPY 468 Assessment and Instruction for Adolescents with Special                            O EDSE 401 Conference Seminar
Needs                                                                                       Œ1-3 (variable) (either term, variable).
Œ3 (fi 6) (either term, 3-0-0). This course focuses on assessment, curriculum,              EDSE 402 Guided Individual Study in Secondary Education
and teaching for adolescents with special needs and is the required curriculum              Œ3 (fi 6) (either term, 3-0-0). May be offered over two terms. Prerequisites:
and teaching course for the Secondary Special Education Minor. Note: Special                consent of instructor and Department.
Education Minors-Secondary Route only. Prerequisite: Introductory Professional


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                                                               EDSE 405 An Introduction to Curriculum Studies
                                                                                                                                                         Electrical Engineering, E E
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                                                               Œ3 (fi 6) (either term, 3-0-0). Intended as an introduction to the major discourses
                                                               and themes that define the field of curriculum studies. It is focused in particular       Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering/Biomedical Engineering
                                                               on the Albertan and Canadian contexts. EDSE 405 can be taken as an option                 Faculty of Engineering
                                                               by fourth year undergraduate students in the Bachelor of Education program.
                                                                                                                                                            Note: In some cases prerequisite requirements may be waived with the
                                                               EDSE 429 Teaching Print and Media Texts to Adolescents                                    consent of Department.
                                                               Œ3 (fi 6) (either term, 3-0-0). Prerequisite: Œ12 in English.
                                                               EDSE 430 Teaching Composition, Language and Culture to Adolescents                        Undergraduate Courses
                                                               Œ3 (fi 6) (either term, 3-0-0).
                                                                                                                                                         E E 239 Fundamentals of Electrical Engineering
                                                               EDSE 439 Specialized Methods in Secondary School Mathematics                              Œ3.8 (fi 6) (either term or Spring/Summer, 3-0-3/2). Physical concepts of passive
                                                               Teaching                                                                                  circuit elements, Kirchhoff’s laws and DC circuit equations. Energy concepts, time
                                                               Œ3 (fi 6) (either term, 3-0-0). This course explores a range of particular methods        domain analysis of AC circuits. Impedance, complex numbers and phasor algebra.
                                                               relevant to the teaching of secondary school mathematics. Prerequisite: Introductory      AC power concepts, resonance, three phase circuits, introduction to machines.
                                                               Professional Term or consent of the Department.
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                                                               EDSE 442 The Use of Computers in the Teaching and Learning of
                                                               Mathematics                                                                               Engineering Management, ENG M
                                                               Œ3 (fi 6) (either term, 3-0-1). This course explores the uses of technology in the        Department of Mechanical Engineering
                                                               teaching and learning of secondary school mathematics. Prerequisite: Introductory
                                                               Professional Term or consent of the Department.
                                                                                                                                                         Faculty of Engineering
                                                                                                                                                             The following table lists renumbered courses effective 1994/95:
                                                               Graduate Courses                                                                          Old                 New                Old                 New
                                                                                                                                                         MEC E 610           ENG M 620          MEC E 613           ENG M 650
                                                                O EDSE 501 Conference Seminar                                                            MEC E 611           ENG M 630
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                                                               Œ3 (fi 6) (either term, variable). Prerequisites: consent of Instructor and Department.
                                                               May include alternate delivery sections; refer to the Fees Payment Guide in the           Undergraduate Courses
                                                               University Regulations and Information for Students section of the Calendar.
                                                                                                                                                         ENG M 401 Financial Management for Engineers
                                                               EDSE 502 Advanced Level Guided Individual Study in Secondary
                                                                                                                                                         Œ3 (fi 6) (either term, 3-0-0). The application of the fundamentals of engineering
                                                               Education
                                                                                                                                                         economics, financial analysis and market assessment to engineering alternatives in
                                                               Œ1-3 (variable) (either term, variable). May be offered over two terms. Prerequisites:
                                                                                                                                                         the planning, development and ongoing management of industrial enterprises. The
                                                               consent of instructor and Department.
                                                                                                                                                         course covers the use of engineering, economic, financial and market assessment
                                                               EDSE 503 Curriculum Foundations                                                           information in investment and business operation decisions in technology oriented
                                                               Œ3 (fi 6) (first term, 3-0-0). This course focuses on the bases of current curriculum     companies. Note: Credit cannot be obtained for more than one of ENGG 310,
                                                               theories and their relationship to current educational practices. May contain             ENGG 401, ENG M 310, or ENG M 401.
                                                               alternative delivery sections; see ‘Details of Courses’ section.
                                                               EDSE 504 Curriculum Inquiry
                                                               Œ3 (fi 6) (second term, 3-0-0). This course focuses on curriculum perspectives            Engineering, General, ENGG
                                                               and possibilities. Prerequisite: EDSE 503. May contain alternative delivery sections;     Faculty of Engineering
                                                               see ‘Details of Courses’ section.
                                                               EDSE 602 Advanced Level Guided Individual Study in Secondary                              Undergraduate Courses
                                                               Education
                                                               Œ1-3 (variable) (either term, variable). Prerequisites: consent of Instructor and          O ENGG 130 Engineering Mechanics
                                                               Department.                                                                               Œ4 (fi 6) (either term, 3-0-2). Equilibrium of planar systems. Analysis of statically
                                                                                                                                                         determinate trusses and frames. Friction. Centroids and centres of gravity. Forces
                                                               EDSE 900 Directed Research Project                                                        and moments in beams. Second moments of area. Note: Students in all sections
                                                               Œ3 (fi 6) (either term, unassigned).                                                      of this course will write a common final examination. Corequisite: MATH 100.


                                                               Education - Stage, EDU S                                                                  English, ENGL
                                                               Faculté Saint-Jean                                                                        Department of English and Film Studies
                                                                                                                                                         Faculty of Arts
                                                               Cours de 1er cycle                                                                              Note: Courses in the Department of English teach the English language and
                                                               EDU S 350 Stage de formation sur la diversité                                             its several literatures; some works may be taught in translation as necessary to
                                                               Œ3 (fi 6) (l’un ou l’autre semestre, variable). Ce stage offre aux étudiants l’occasion   fulfil the primary goal of understanding English literature.
                                                               d’améliorer leur compréhension des enjeux liés à la diversité culturelle dans le              See also WRITE.
                                                               cadre d’une expérience de vie (ou d’un séjour) en milieu communautaire soit en
                                                               Alberta, soit à l’étranger. Préalable : EDU M 498.                                        Undergraduate Courses
                                                               EDU S 421 Enseignement pratique: niveau élémentaire                                       Notes
                                                               Œ6 (fi 12) (l’un ou l’autre semestre, 7 semaines). (Semestre d’hiver) Stage               (1) Most students will take ENGL 111, 112, 113, or 114, any of which will
                                                               pratique de 7 semaines dans un milieu scolaire (immersion française ou français               serve as the prerequisite to all senior English courses, or will fulfill degree
                                                               en milieu minoritaire). Préalable(s): EDU S 420 Note(s): Ce cours occasionne des              requirements for faculties that require Œ6 of first-year English. All four of
                                                               frais additionnels (voir §22.2.3). Ce cours n’est pas accessible aux étudiants ayant
                                                                                                                                                             these full year courses study selected works from a range of genres (poetry,
                                                               des crédits pour ENPRQ 350. Dates limites pour les inscriptions : 15 mai pour la
                                                                                                                                                             drama, fiction or nonfiction) . Students with credit in ENGL 100 or 101 may
                                                               session d’automne et 1er décembre pour la session d’hiver.
                                                                                                                                                             not take current ENGL 111, 112, 113, or 114. Transfer students to the Faculty
                                                               EDU S 471 Enseignement pratique: niveau secondaire                                            of Arts who have received credit in Œ3 in junior-level English are permitted
                                                               Œ6 (fi 12) (l’un ou l’autre semestre, 7 semaines). Stage pratique de 7 semaines               to take either ENGL 104 or 105 in lieu of the ENGL 111/112/113/114
                                                               dans un milieu scolaire (immersion française ou français en milieu minoritaire).              requirement.
                                                               Préalable(s): EDU S 470. Note: Ce cours occasionne des frais additionnels (voir           (2) No more than Œ6 in junior English, or equivalent, may be taken for credit in
                                                               §22.2.3). Ce cours n’est pas accessible aux étudiants ayant des crédits pour ENPRQ            an undergraduate program.
                                                               360. Dates limites pour les inscriptions : 15 mai pour la session d’automne et 1er
                                                                                                                                                         (3) Junior English courses require a substantial amount of writing in essays and
                                                               décembre pour la session d’hiver.
                                                                                                                                                             tests, and devote a minimum of 30% of class time to writing instruction.
                                                                                                                                                         (4) All senior courses have as prerequisite ENGL 111, 112, 113, 114 or
                                                                                                                                                             equivalent; prerequisites for 400-level courses are Œ12 of senior ENGL,
                                                                                                                                                             Œ6 of which must be at the 300-level (as numbered in this edition of the
                                                                                                                                                             Calendar, including any specific course prerequisites in the individual

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    course descriptions).                                                                  ENGL 554 Directed Reading




                                                                                                                                                                                    E Course Listings
(5) Courses at the 200 level need not be tied to any one national literature or            Œ3 (fi 6) (first term, 3-0-0).
    historical period.                                                                     ENGL 555 Directed Reading
(6) Not all senior courses are offered in any given year.                                  Œ3 (fi 6) (second term, 3-0-0).
ENGL 108 Introduction to Language and Literature                                           ENGL 695 Studies in Literary Themes
Œ3 (fi 6) (first term, 3-0-0). This course combines formal instruction in writing with     Œ3 (fi 6) (either term, 3-0-0).
a study of the essay and the short story. One-half of class time will be devoted
to writing instruction. This course may be followed only by ENGL 109. Note: Not            ENGL 900 Directed Research Project
to be taken by students in Arts and Education. This course will be offered by              Œ3 (fi 6) (either term, unassigned).
arrangement with client Faculties.
 O ENGL 121 Literature in Historical Perspective
Œ3 (fi 6) (either term, 3-0-0). An introduction to the social, historical and formal
                                                                                           English as a Second Language, ESL
dimensions of literature. A variety of traditions written in English may be taught in      Faculty of Extension
this course. Not to be taken by students with Œ6 in approved junior English.
                                                                                           Undergraduate Courses




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 O ENGL 122 Texts and Contexts
Œ3 (fi 6) (either term, 3-0-0). This course explores a specific issue using a              ESL 140 English for Academic Purposes Part I
variety of genres and media. Not to be taken by students with Œ6 in approved               Œ3 (fi 19) (either term, 132 hours). This course in English for Academic Purposes
junior English.                                                                            (EAP) provides advanced ESL students with the opportunity to improve their
 O ENGL 123 Literature in Global Perspective                                               academic listening, speaking, reading and writing skills. Upon completion of ESL
Œ3 (fi 6) (either term, 3-0-0). Studies in the literatures of the English-speaking         140, students are able to analyze academic materials critically and to express
world. Not to be taken by students with Œ6 in approved junior English.                     themselves fluently, accurately and logically, both orally and in writing. Classes are
                                                                                           scheduled three times a week for the entire term, except in Spring and Summer
 O ENGL 124 Literary Analysis
                                                                                           terms when classes are scheduled four times a week. Prerequisites: Minimum
Œ3 (fi 6) (either term, 3-0-0). This course is designed to familiarize students
                                                                                           scores of 70 on TOEFL iBT (530 on TOEFL paper-based) or appropriate cut-off
with key literary terms and practices. Not to be taken by students with Œ6 in
                                                                                           scores for other standardized academic proficiency tests recognized by the Office
approved junior English.
                                                                                           of the Registrar and Student Awards. Offered four times a year.
ENGL 199 Essentials of Writing for Engineering Students
                                                                                           ESL 145 English for Academic Purposes Part II
Œ3 (fi 6) (either term, 3-0-0). This course is designed to develop the student’s ability
                                                                                           Œ3 (fi 19) (either term, 132 hours). This EAP course is a continuation of ESL 140.
to write the narrative, descriptive, expository, and persuasive prose fundamental to
                                                                                           Students further develop their abilities to collect and synthesize information from
all written communication. Instruction and practice will be integrated with the study
                                                                                           a variety of academic sources; analyze and critique materials; and present their
of prose models drawn from modern essayists. A review of basic grammar will be
                                                                                           ideas in a variety of media in accordance with the academic standards found at
included. Note: Restricted to students in the Faculty of Engineering only.
                                                                                           the first-year university level. ESL 140 and 145 thoroughly prepare students for
    Note: All senior courses have as a prerequisite ENGL 100, 101 or                       study at the undergraduate university level. Classes are scheduled three times a
equivalent.                                                                                week for the entire term, except in Spring and Summer terms when classes are
                                                                                           scheduled four times a week. Prerequisite: ESL 140. Offered four times a year.
ENGL 210 Reading Histories: Histories in Texts
Œ3 (fi 6) (either term, 3-0-0). An introduction to the critical concepts and methods        O ESL 550 Preparing for Graduate Studies
for reading literary texts historically that emphasizes the relationship between           Œ6 (fi 15) (either term, 360 hours). This 360-hour course enables students whose first
representation and history. Prerequisite: Œ6 of junior English, or Œ3 of junior            language is other than English to develop the academic and social communication
English plus WRS 101.                                                                      skills necessary to function effectively and independently at the graduate level at
                                                                                           the University of Alberta. In addition to an English-language component, the course
ENGL 339 Early Modern Literature and Culture: Studies in Shakespeare
                                                                                           contains a cultural component which deals with such aspects as cultural awareness
Œ3 (fi 6) (either term, 3-0-0). Prerequisite: Œ6 of junior English, or Œ3 of junior
                                                                                           and values, differences in approaches to teaching and learning, orientation to
English plus WRS 101. Note: Not to be taken by students with credit in ENGL
                                                                                           campus and campus life, etiquette, behavior, and acculturation difficulties. This
338.
                                                                                           course is open to students who have received recommendations for preliminary
ENGL 376 Canadian Literature and Culture: Late 20th-Century Texts                          admission to the Faculty of Graduate Studies and Research (FGSR). Prerequisite:
Œ3 (fi 6) (either term, 3-0-0). Selected works from the Canadian context since             consent of FGSR. Scheduled four times a year.
mid-century. Prerequisite: Œ6 of junior English, or Œ3 of junior English plus WRS
101. Note: not to taken by students with credit in ENGL 372.
ENGL 384 Popular Culture: Reading Popular Texts                                            Environmental and Conservation Sciences,
Œ3 (fi 6) (either term, 3-0-0). Studies in the popular tradition. Content and period
focus may vary. Note: not to be taken by students with credit in the former ENGL
                                                                                           ENCS
383. Prerequisite: Œ6 of junior English, or Œ3 of junior English plus WRS 101.             Departments of Agricultural, Food and Nutritional Science; Renewable Resources;
ENGL 388 Children’s Literature and Culture: Oral Traditions                                Rural Economy
Œ3 (fi 6) (either term, 3-0-0). Studies in texts from oral traditions, their modern        Faculty of Agricultural, Life and Environmental Sciences
derivatives, and historical, critical and theoretical approaches to oral texts. Content        Note: See also Forest Science (FOR) listings for related courses.
and period focus may vary. Prerequisite: Œ6 of junior English, or Œ3 of junior
English plus WRS 101.                                                                      Undergraduate Courses
ENGL 407 Studies in Texts and Cultures
Œ3 (fi 6) (either term, 3-0-0). Prerequisites: Œ6 of junior English or Œ3 of junior        ENCS 465 Environmental and Conservation Field Studies
English plus WRS 101; and Œ12 of senior-level English, Œ6 of which must be at              Œ3 (fi 6) (either term, variable). Field trip studies with a focus on environmental
the 300 level. Note: variable content course which may be repeated.                        and conservation biology topics. Course content and offerings vary from year
                                                                                           to year, and have included study trips on Northern Ecosystems, National Parks,
ENGL 465 Studies in Gender and Sexualities                                                 and Protected Areas, Arctic Tundra, the Florida Everglades, and Galapagos
Œ3 (fi 6) (either term, 3-0-0). Prerequisites: Œ6 of junior English or Œ3 of junior        Islands. Prerequisite: Œ9 in biological or ecological topics. Requires payment of
English plus WRS 101; and Œ12 of senior-level English, Œ6 of which must be at              additional student instructional support fees. Refer to the Fees Payment Guide in
the 300 level. Note: variable content course which may be repeated.                        the University Regulations and Information for Students section of the Calendar.
ENGL 533 Directed Reading in Fourth-Year Honors English                                    [Renewable Resources]
Œ3 (fi 6) (either term, 3-0-0). Note: Students may take this directed-reading
course no more than once during their program.

Graduate Courses
    Note: Selected courses from the following list will be offered each year.
Details of each year’s program may be obtained early in the preceding spring
from the Department.



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                                                               Etudes canadiennes, ETCAN                                                                FIN 495 Individual Research Project I
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                                                                                                                                                        Œ3 (fi 6) (either term, 3-0-0). Special study for advanced undergraduates.
                                                               Faculté Saint-Jean                                                                       Prerequisites: consent of Instructor and Assistant Dean, Undergraduate Program.

                                                               Cours de 1er cycle                                                                       Graduate Courses
                                                               ETCAN 332 Les francophonies canadiennes et acadiennes II :                               FIN 604 The Practice of Investment Banking
                                                               perspectives idéologiques et politiques.                                                 Œ3 (fi 6) (either term, 3-0-0). This course is concerned with the organization,
                                                               Œ3 (fi 6) (l’un ou l’autre semestre, 3-0-0). La civilisation et la culture du Canada     evolution and structure of, and functions performed by, investment banks.
                                                               français et de l’Acadie, du Régime français à nos jours, par l’étude des idéologies      Specifically, the course will cover topics such as the offering of securities to the
                                                               politiques et des procédés juridiques régissant leur développement et leurs modes        public, the underwriting process, normal course and short form prospectus offerings,
                                                               de communication collective. Le tatut ambivalent de majoritaire/minoritaire vu à         and private placements. In addition, exchange listings, maintaining exchange
                                                               travers le prisme du post- colonialisme et du multiculturalisme. Note : Ce cours         trading status, the role of research analysts and insider trading regulation will
                                                               n’est pas accessible aux étudiants ayant ou postulant des crédits pour ETCAN322          be studied. Co-requisite: FIN 501 or FIN 503.
                                                               et CA FR 322.                                                                            FIN 635 Venture Capital
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                                                                                                                                                        Œ3 (fi 6) (either term, 3-0-0). Covers the theory and practice of venture capital

                                                               Exchange Program, EXCH                                                                   financing of entrepreneurial firms. Topics to be discussed include, but are not
                                                                                                                                                        limited to, the following areas: venture capital fundraising (labour-sponsored
                                                               Education Abroad Program                                                                 venture capital corporations, limited partnerships and corporate venture capital)
                                                                                                                                                        characteristics of entrepreneurial ventures (including agency problems, firm
                                                               Undergraduate Courses                                                                    valuation) at different stages of development (seed, start-up, expansion, mezzanine,
                                                                                                                                                        buyout, turnaround), the structure of venture capital financial contracts (staging,
                                                               O EXCH 810 Exchange Program                                                              syndication, forms of finance), restrictive covenants, investment duration, and
                                                               Œ0 (fi 24) (Spring/Summer, unassigned).                                                  venture capital exits (IPOs, acquisitions, secondary sales, buybacks, write-offs).
                                                                                                                                                        Prerequisite: FIN 501 or 503.
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                                                               O EXCH 811 Exchange Program
                                                               Œ0 (fi 12) (either term or Spring/Summer, unassigned).
                                                               O EXCH 812 Exchange Program                                                              Forest Science, FOR
                                                               Œ0 (fi 6) (either term or Spring/Summer, unassigned).
                                                                                                                                                        Department of Renewable Resources
                                                               O EXCH 813 Exchange Program                                                              Faculty of Agricultural, Life and Environmental Sciences
                                                               Œ0 (fi 18) (either term or Spring/Summer, unassigned).
                                                                                                                                                             Note: See also Environmental and Conservation Sciences (ENCS) listings for
                                                                                                                                                        related courses.
                                                               Graduate Courses
                                                               EXCH 802 Exchange Program                                                                Undergraduate Courses
                                                               Œ0 (fi 6) (either term, unassigned).
                                                                                                                                                        FOR 456 International Forestry
                                                               EXCH 803 Exchange Program                                                                Œ3 (fi 6) (Winter/Spring/Summer, 12-15 days). A 12 to 15 day trip to a selected
                                                               Œ0 (fi 12) (either term, unassigned).                                                    region is required as part of the course. Biophysical, social, historical and economic
                                                               EXCH 804 Exchange Program                                                                factors that influence forest management are examined; forest conservation and
                                                               Œ0 (fi 18) (either term, unassigned).                                                    management practices, policies and regulations are evaluated and discussed.
                                                                                                                                                        Students complete background research, participate in seminar discussions, and
                                                               EXCH 805 Exchange Program                                                                complete a report on the region visited. A different region is visited each year.
                                                               Œ0 (fi 24) (either term, unassigned).                                                    Students must contact the instructor at least 4 months prior to the departure date.
                                                                                                                                                        Requires payment of additional miscellaneous fees, including a non-refundable
                                                                                                                                                        deposit that is due at least 3 months prior to the departure date. Refer to the
                                                               Film Studies, FS                                                                         Fees Payment Guide in the University Regulations and Information for Students
                                                                                                                                                        section of the Calendar.
                                                               Department of English and Film Studies
                                                               Faculty of Arts
                                                                                                                                                        Graduate Courses
                                                               Undergraduate Courses                                                                      O FOR 523 Silvicultural Systems
                                                                                                                                                        Œ3 (fi 6) (Spring/Summer, 2 weeks). Silvicultural systems encompass a planned
                                                                O FS 100 Introduction to Film Study
                                                                                                                                                        program of silvicultural treatment extending throughout the life of a stand. In
                                                               Œ3 (fi 6) (either term, 3-0-3). Introduction to basic formal concepts in film analysis
                                                                                                                                                        this course we visit and examine a variety of silvicultural systems including:
                                                               including mise-en-scène, cinematographic properties, editing, and sound, as well
                                                                                                                                                        clearcutting with natural regeneration and/or planting, seed trees, shelterwood,
                                                               as narrative qualities.
                                                                                                                                                        selection, and variable retention systems. We discuss impacts and implications of
                                                                                                                                                        these systems in terms of resulting stand structures, cost, risk, growth and yield,

                                                               Finance, FIN                                                                             habitat, and other issues. The course will involve a 10 to 14 day field trip (in May,
                                                                                                                                                        June or August) to visit a range of silvicultural systems used in forests in western
                                                               Department of Finance and Management Science                                             Canada or other regions, as well as written assignments. Requires payment of
                                                               Faculty of Business                                                                      additional student instructional support fees. Refer to the Fees Payment Guide in
                                                                                                                                                        the University Regulations and Information for Students section of the Calendar.
                                                                   Note: Enrolment in all FIN courses is restricted to students registered in the       Standard University tuition and fees apply. Prerequisite: FOR 323 or permission
                                                               Faculty of Business, or to students registered in specified programs that require        of the instructor. Offered in alternate years during summer term. This course has
                                                               Business courses to meet degree requirements and who have obtained prior                 limited enrolment and is closed to web registration.
                                                               approval of their Faculty.

                                                               Undergraduate Courses                                                                    Français, FRANC
                                                               FIN 412 Investment Principles                                                            Faculté Saint-Jean
                                                               Œ3 (fi 6) (either term, 3-0-0). This course examines securities and securities markets   Notes
                                                               with emphasis on stocks and bonds. Topics include information, interest rates,
                                                                                                                                                        (1) Le tableau ci-dessus indique les cours obligatoires suivant la voie dans
                                                               risk-return relationships, efficient markets, diversification, portfolio performance
                                                                                                                                                            laquelle est orienté un étudiant et le moment où ils doivent être pris.
                                                               measurement, and the application of financial theory to investment decisions.
                                                                                                                                                        (2) Un étudiant ayant réussi des cours de la voie avancée ne peut se réorienter
                                                               Prerequisite: FIN 301 and MGTSC 312.
                                                                                                                                                            vers la voie intermédiaire ou postuler des crédits pour les cours de cette
                                                               FIN 413 Risk Management                                                                      voie et vice versa.
                                                               Œ3 (fi 6) (either term, 3-0-0). This course examines the markets and valuation           (3) Un seul cours de français au niveau 100 peut être crédité, sauf pour les
                                                               models for options and future contracts, and their application to hedging and the            étudiants dans la voie intermédiaire.
                                                               valuation of the other financial contracts. Prerequisite: FIN 301.

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                                                                                           Note: Students with very good formal or informal background in German
 O FRANC 221 Expression écrite III                                                      should consult the Department for proper placement. See Notes 1 - 3 under
Œ3 (fi 6) (l’un ou l’autre semestre, 0-5L-0). Vise à faire acquérir les compétences     German listings in the University Calendar.
communicatives écrites nécessaires à l’expression courante de niveau supérieur
dans le cadre de la francophonie interculturelle.
                                                                                        Undergraduate Courses
FRANC 232 Techniques de rédaction
Œ3 (fi 6) (l’un ou l’autre semestre, 0-3L-0). Pratique de la rédaction technique,        O GERM 165 Reading German for Beginners
journalistique et de la vulgarisation scientifique. Préalable(s): FRANC 221 ou          Œ6 (fi 12) (two term, 3-0-0). An intensive course to give beginning students
l’approbation du Vice-doyen aux affaires académiques.                                   a reading knowledge of German in the sciences, the arts and the humanities.
                                                                                        Note: Not to be taken by students with credit in German 30, or GERM 100, 101,
FRANC 322 Pratique de la dissertation                                                   111 or 112. Will not meet the requirements in a principal area of concentration.
Œ3 (fi 6) (l’un ou l’autre semestre, 3-0-0). La compréhension, l’analyse et la
synthèse d’informations. L’étude et la manipulation du raisonnement logique. La
recherche et l’exploitation des arguments. L’élaboration et la mise en forme de la
dissertation comme texte clair, cohérent et convaincant. Travaux pratiques. Cours
                                                                                        Health Education, HE ED




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obligatoire pour l’obtention du diplôme de la Faculté. Ce cours présuppose une          Faculty of Physical Education and Recreation
bonne connaissance et une maîtrise de la langue française aux plans grammatical,
syntaxique et lexical. Préalable(s): FRANC 221 ou l’approbation du Vice-doyen           Undergraduate Courses
aux affaires académiques.
                                                                                         O HE ED 110 Introduction to Personal Health and Well-Being
                                                                                        Œ3 (fi 6) (either term, 3-0-0). An individual-based analysis of physical fitness and
French Language and Literature, FREN                                                    personal health issues. Emphasis on planning and managing one’s own lifestyle
                                                                                        for health and well-being within the context of the current health care system.
Department of Modern Languages and Cultural Studies                                     Open to all students.
Faculty of Arts
                                                                                         O HE ED 220 Introduction to Personal Physical Fitness
    Note: Students with very good formal or informal background in French               Œ3 (fi 6) (either term, 3-0-0). A biological analysis of the contributions of physical
should consult the Department for proper placement. See Notes 1 - 3 under               activity and fitness to health. Emphasis is on the introduction of the components
French listings in the University Calendar.                                             of physical fitness, and the application of these concepts for determination of
                                                                                        physical fitness, physical training, and health outcomes. Prerequisite: HE ED 110.
Undergraduate Courses                                                                   NOTE: Not open to BPE or BSc(KIN) students.

 O FREN 111 Beginners’ French I                                                         HE ED 221 Behavioural Medicine
Œ3 (fi 6) (either term, 5-0-0). Designed for students with little or no previous        Œ3 (fi 6) (either term, 3-0-0). Focuses on the role of physical activity in the
background in French. Covers material in matriculation-level French and allows          secondary and tertiary prevention of disease, as well as in recovery and rehabilitation
students to proceed into the study of French at the University level. Note: not         following disease treatments, and in the on-going management of chronic disease
to be taken by students with credit in FREN 100, or with native or near native          and illness. Specific psychological and health outcomes of physical activity that
proficiency, or with French 30 or its equivalents in Canada and other countries.        are associated with particular disease states and along various illness/wellness
                                                                                        trajectories will be examined. Prerequisites: HE ED 110, PEDS 101 and 103
 O FREN 112 Beginners’ French II                                                        (formerly PEDS 102).
Œ3 (fi 6) (either term, 5-0-0). Prerequisite: FREN 111 or consent of Department.
Note: not to be taken by students with credit in FREN 100, or with native or            HE ED 311 Assessment of Fitness and Health
near native proficiency, or with French 30 or its equivalents in Canada and             Œ3 (fi 6) (either term, 3-0-2). Students will gain knowledge in fitness and lifestyle
other countries.                                                                        appraisal. Emphasis will be given to validity and reliability of fitness tests and
                                                                                        factors involved in the assessment of health and lifestyle. Prerequisites: PEDS
 O FREN 211 Intermediate French I                                                       200 and 309.
Œ3 (fi 6) (either term, 5-0-0). Spoken and written French, including grammar,
composition, and literature. Prerequisite: French 30 (or equivalent) or FREN 112        HE ED 321 Psychological Dimensions of Health Promotion
or consent of Department. Note: not to be taken by students with credit in              Œ3 (fi 6) (either term, 3-0-0). An individual-based analysis of health-related
FREN 150.                                                                               behavior and behavior change. Emphasis will be placed upon social psychological
                                                                                        approaches to understanding and changing such health-related behaviors as
 O FREN 212 Intermediate French II                                                      physical activity involvement, dietary practices, smoking, alcohol and drug abuse
Œ3 (fi 6) (either term, 5-0-0). Prerequisite: FREN 211 or consent of Department.        within a social context. Prerequisite: HE ED 110.
Note: not to be taken by students with credit in FREN 150.
 O FREN 297 Advanced French I
Œ3 (fi 6) (either term, 3-0-2). Designed to improve the student’s command of            Health Promotion Studies, HPS
French through intensive oral practice and advanced written exercises. Prerequisite:    Centre for Health Promotion Studies
FREN 212 or consent of Department. Note: not to be taken by students with credit
in FREN 251, 252 or FRANC 165, 166, 210, 211.
                                                                                        School of Public Health
 O FREN 298 Advanced French II                                                          Graduate Courses
Œ3 (fi 6) (either term, 3-0-2). Emphasis on the improvement of writing and speaking
skills by means of numerous compositions based on texts read and discussed in           HPS 506 Special Seminars
class. Prerequisite: FREN 297 or consent of Department. Note: not to be taken by        Œ3-9 (variable) (either term, variable). Prerequisite: consent of Department. Content
students with credit in FREN 252 or FRANC 165, 166, 210, 211.                           varies from year to year. Topics are announced prior to registration period. The
                                                                                        student’s transcript will carry a title descriptive of the content. May be repeated.
FREN 333 French Cultural Moments
                                                                                        May contain alternative delivery sections; refer to the Fees Payment Guide in
Œ3 (fi 6) (either term, 3-0-0). Uses the study of various intellectual and historical
                                                                                        the University Regulations and Information for Students section of the Calendar.
events to provide students with a window into the French world. Prerequisite:
FREN 297 or consent of Department. Offered in La Rochelle, France only.                 HPS 509 Independent Studies/Research
                                                                                        Œ3 (fi 6) (either term, 0-3s-0). Prerequisite: Departmental approval of plan of
O FREN 499 Special Topics
                                                                                        study. May be repeated. May contain alternative delivery sections; refer to the
Œ3 (fi 6) (either term, 3-0-0).
                                                                                        Fees Payment Guide in the University Regulations and Information for Students
                                                                                        section of the Calendar.
Graduate Courses
FREN 599 Directed Reading
Œ3 (fi 6) (either term, 3-0-0).


German, GERM
Department of Modern Languages and Cultural Studies

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                                                               HPS 512 Health Promotion Practicum                                                    O HIST 360 Topics in Canadian History
Course Listings H

                                                               Œ3-6 (variable) (variable, unassigned). This course provides an opportunity for the   Œ3 (fi 6) (either term, 3-0-0).
                                                               student to work as part of an interdisciplinary team on a particular component of
                                                                                                                                                      O HIST 391 History of Technology
                                                               a health promotion project in the community. Normally, students will possess an
                                                                                                                                                     Œ3 (fi 6) (either term, 3-0-0). History of technology from the building of the
                                                               academic background enabling them to assume responsibilities for planning and
                                                                                                                                                     pyramids to the International Space Station.
                                                               implementing interdisciplinary health promotion activities. Postgraduate Diploma
                                                               prerequisites: HPS 501, 510 and an approved program planning/evaluation course.        O HIST 392 Ancient India- Diversity in History
                                                               MSc Candidates prerequisites: HPS 501, 503, 510, and an approved program              Œ3 (fi 6) (either term, 3-0-0). Taking the case of ancient India, this course
                                                               planning/evaluation course. Note: Œ3 required for Postgraduate Diploma; Œ6            highlights how diversity can be explained in a multicultural society and how it
                                                               required for MSc (thesis) and MPH Health Promotion. Not to be taken by students       defines the character of civilization on the sub-continent.
                                                               with credit in HPS 513. May contain alternative delivery sections; refer to the        O HIST 393 Economic Change and Cultural Exchange in Early India
                                                               Fees Payment Guide in the University Regulations and Information for Students         200 BCE-300 CE
                                                               section of the Calendar.                                                              Œ3 (fi 6) (either term, 3-0-0). This course shall identify the phases of economic
                                                                                                                                                     change in early India and concomitantly discuss cultural exchange in the context

                                                               History, HIST                                                                         of contact with various foreign countries that resulted in the emergence of a
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                                                                                                                                                     cosmopolitan socio-cultural milieu during this period.
                                                               Department of History and Classics                                                    HIST 498 Directed Study
                                                               Faculty of Arts                                                                       Œ3 (fi 6) (either term, 0-3s-0).
                                                                   The courses listed below represent an extensive reorganization and modification
                                                               of the Department’s offerings. Because of changes in course numbers and/              Graduate Courses
                                                               or content, students should compare their new course selections with courses
                                                                                                                                                         Note: Previous study in the area is prerequisite for each course.
                                                               previously taken, so as to avoid duplication or overlap. For Ancient History, see
                                                               Classics listing.                                                                     HIST 699 Research Seminar
                                                                                                                                                     Œ3 (fi 6) (either term, 0-3s-0).
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                                                                   Note: HIST 110, 111, 112, and 120 are designed to provide a foundation for
                                                               senior and advanced history courses, and also background for studies in related       HIST 900 Directed Research Project
                                                               humanities and social sciences.                                                       Œ3 (fi 6) (variable, unassigned).

                                                               Undergraduate Courses
                                                                O HIST 110 The Pre-Modern World
                                                                                                                                                     Human Ecology, HECOL
                                                               Œ3 (fi 6) (either term, 3-0-0). World history from the end of the 6th century to      Department of Human Ecology
                                                               the 15th century.                                                                     Faculty of Agricultural, Life and Environmental Sciences
                                                                O HIST 111 The Early Modern World
                                                               Œ3 (fi 6) (either term, 3-0-0). World history from the 15th century through the
                                                                                                                                                     Undergraduate Courses
                                                               18th century.                                                                          O HECOL 210 Intimate Relationships
                                                                O HIST 112 The Modern World                                                          Œ3 (fi 6) (either term, 3-0-0). A consideration of the sociological, psychological,
                                                               Œ3 (fi 6) (either term, 3-0-0). The world since the beginning of the 19th century.    and personal factors affecting the development, maintenance and dissolution of
                                                               Not open to students with credit in HIST 120.                                         intimate relationships today.
                                                               O HIST 210 Europe in the 19th and 20th Centuries                                       O HECOL 211 Human Sexuality
                                                               Œ3 (fi 6) (either term, 3-0-0).                                                       Œ3 (fi 6) (either term, 3-0-0). An inquiry into the nature of sexual behavior, its
                                                                                                                                                     personal and cultural sources, and the personal, familial and societal implications.
                                                                O HIST 212 Pre-Modern Europe II
                                                               Œ3 (fi 6) (either term, 3-0-0). A survey of western and central European history      HECOL 254 Apparel Design and Construction Fundamentals
                                                               from approximately 1200 to 1800.                                                      Œ3 (fi 6) (either term or Spring/Summer, 3-0-3). In this studio course students
                                                                                                                                                     develop fundamental awareness and skills for the textiles and clothing field
                                                                O HIST 229 Britain and Its Peoples in the Modern Era                                 including machine operation, design and construction terminology, pattern
                                                               Œ3 (fi 6) (either term, 3-0-0). Survey of the major themes and issues in the          manipulation and fit, and quality construction techniques. Students construct
                                                               formation of modern Britain from 1688 to the present.                                 samples and garments with a focus on professional standards in problem-solving
                                                                O HIST 249 History of the Middle East                                                and production. Prerequisites: One of HECOL 150, 170, or DES 135 or DES 138/139.
                                                               Œ3 (fi 6) (either term, 3-0-0). Survey of the Middle East, since the emergence        Normally offered in Spring/Summer.
                                                               of Islam.                                                                             HECOL 321 Introduction to Family Finance
                                                               O HIST 260 Pre-Confederation Canada                                                   Œ3 (fi 6) (either term, 3-0-0). An introduction to the principles of money management
                                                               Œ3 (fi 6) (either term, 3-0-0).                                                       applied to family income and expenditure. Students learn the basic skills and
                                                                                                                                                     tools required to identify financial goals, assess current resources, develop and
                                                               O HIST 261 Post-Confederation Canada
                                                                                                                                                     implement a financial plan and evaluate financial progress. Prerequisites: ECON
                                                               Œ3 (fi 6) (either term, 3-0-0).
                                                                                                                                                     101; it is recommended that students have completed both ECON 101 and 102.
                                                                O HIST 290 Introduction to History as a Discipline
                                                                                                                                                     HECOL 353 Textile Surface Design
                                                               Œ3 (fi 6) (either term, 2-1s-0). Introduction to the basic concepts of historical
                                                                                                                                                     Œ3 (fi 6) (either term, 2-0-4). An introductory studio course in various methods
                                                               inquiry and techniques of research and writing in History. Recommended for History
                                                                                                                                                     of printing and dyeing textiles. Prerequisite: One of HECOL 150, ART or DES.
                                                               majors. Prerequisite: A previous course in History and/or consent of Department.
                                                                                                                                                     Requires payment of additional student instructional support fees. Refer to the
                                                                O HIST 295 20th-Century Warfare                                                      Fees Payment Guide in the University Regulations and Information for Students
                                                               Œ3 (fi 6) (either term, 3-0-0). In-depth look at some of the conflicts of the 20th    section of the Calendar.
                                                               century, the course examines wars and revolutions including the two world wars,
                                                                                                                                                     HECOL 409 Practicum in Human Ecology
                                                               the Korean and Vietnam wars, African guerrilla wars, and the Gulf War. Analyze
                                                                                                                                                     Œ6 (fi 12) (either term, 0-0-16). Supervised field experience. Students are placed
                                                               the causes and consequences of war and the evolution of weaponry. To be
                                                                                                                                                     in professional settings appropriate to their academic background and career
                                                               offered in alternate years.
                                                                                                                                                     goals. Participation in a weekly online seminar is required. Open to Human
                                                                O HIST 297 The History of Christianity                                               Ecology students who have completed Œ105. Prerequisite: HECOL 408. Application
                                                               Œ3 (fi 6) (either term, 3-0-0). Lecture and discussion course about the development   required (see description of HECOL 408). “Requires payment of additional student
                                                               of one of the leading religious traditions in the world. Not open to students who     instructional support fees.” Refer to the Fees Payment Guide in the University
                                                               have successfully completed CHRTC 297.                                                Regulations and Information for Students section of the Calendar.
                                                               O HIST 300 Topics in European History                                                 HECOL 413 Working With Families
                                                               Œ3 (fi 6) (either term, 3-0-0).                                                       Œ3 (fi 6) (either term, 3-0-3). Assessment and counseling strategies for working
                                                                                                                                                     with families using a strengths-based, family-centred approach. Prerequisites:
                                                                O HIST 309 The History of Paris
                                                                                                                                                     HECOL 313 and 315. Normally offered in Spring/Summer.
                                                               Œ3 (fi 6) (either term, 3-0-0). Introduction to the history of Paris from late
                                                               antiquity to the present day, drawing on film, music, art, philosophy, geography,     HECOL 490 Independent Investigation in Human Ecology
                                                               architecture, and literature.                                                         Œ3 (fi 6) (either term, variable). Independent project or study of a topic in human

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ecology planned by the student with an instructor. Open to human ecology students       issues surrounding the health and survivability of Indigenous languages in




                                                                                                                                                                                 K Course Listings
only. Prerequisite: successful completion of Œ75, application to Department, and        different types of family, community, and school contexts. Special attention given
consent of Instructor.                                                                  to Indigenous language advocacy at the family, band, national, and international
                                                                                        levels. Training in effective grant-writing techniques included. Restricted to CILLDI
 O HECOL 493 Selected Topics in Textiles and Clothing
                                                                                        program students. (Offered jointly by the following faculties: Arts; Education; and
Œ3 (fi 6) (either term, variable). Normally offered in Spring or Summer. Can be
                                                                                        Native Studies.) Prerequisite: LING 101 or LING 111. [Linguistics]
taken for credit more than once if the topics are different. Prerequisite: successful
completion of Œ60 or consent of Instructor.                                             INT D 318 Technologies for Endangered Language Documentation
                                                                                        Œ3 (fi 6) (Spring/Summer, 3-0-0). Provides Canadian Indigenous language speakers
Graduate Courses                                                                        with the technical skills needed to digitally archive their languages in a database
                                                                                        or on the web with text, sound, images, and video. These digital resources can be
HECOL 501 Independent Project in Human Ecology                                          incorporated into interactive multimedia resources for access by community-based
Œ3 (fi 6) (either term, 0-0-6). Independent study of a topic in human ecology           learners and second-language teachers. Restricted to CILLDI program students.
planned by the student in consultation with the Instructor. Independent studies         (Offered jointly by the following faculties: Arts; Education; and Native Studies.)
may be taken more than once for credit.                                                 Prerequisite: LING 101 or LING 111. Note: Not to be taken by students with credit
                                                                                        in LING 399 (Techniques for Endangered Language Documentation) or NS 380
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                                                                                        (Technologies for Endangered Language Documentation). [Linguistics]
Œ3 (fi 6) (either term, 0-0-6). Selected practicum placements to integrate theory
and practice in a variety of agencies. Prerequisites: consent of Supervisor and         INT D 325 Topics in Interdisciplinary Studies
Department. Credit will only be granted for one of FAM 613 or HECOL 613.                Œ3-6 (variable) (variable, variable). Offered by various departments depending
                                                                                        upon the content of the course in a given year. [Faculty of Arts]
HECOL 900 Directed Research Project
Œ6 (fi 12) (either term, 0-0-6). Comprises the capping exercise for the course-based
Masters programs. Requirements include conducting an applied research project,          Graduate Courses
and both a written project report and an oral presentation to the Department,
and where appropriate, to relevant practising professionals.                            Faculty of Nursing Courses
                                                                                        INT D 540 Principles of Qualitative Inquiry
Humanities Computing, HUCO                                                              Œ3 (fi 6) (either term, 0-3s-0). This course covers the basics of qualitative research
                                                                                        including theoretical underpinnings, main methods, sampling, data collection,
Office of Interdisciplinary Studies                                                     analysis and proposal writing. It serves as a strong introduction to qualitative
Faculty of Arts                                                                         inquiry. This course is designed as a graduate seminar. While some classes will
                                                                                        be structured, the intent is to learn from each other’s experiences and their
Graduate Courses                                                                        research examples. Credit will not be granted to students who have previously
                                                                                        received credit for INT D 560 -Principles of Qualitative Inquiry.
HUCO 618 Directed Reading in Humanities Computing
Œ3 (fi 6) (either term, 0-3s-0).                                                         O INT D 577 Spiritual Assessment in the Promotion of Health
                                                                                        Œ3 (fi 6) (either term, 0-3s-0). As an element of whole person health assessment,
                                                                                        “spiritual assessment” is of interest to a broad spectrum of health as well as
Integrated Petroleum Geosciences, IPG                                                   ministry professionals. Emphasis is placed on consideration of theories and skills
                                                                                        needed for the practice of spiritual assessment. The course provides a context for
Department of Earth and Atmospheric Sciences                                            interdisciplinary reflection on understandings of the human person, health, health
Faculty of Science                                                                      promotion, spirituality, spiritual needs, and spiritual care. Students are invited to
                                                                                        explore their own spirituality and various approaches to assessing the spiritual
Graduate Courses                                                                        based on a variety of definitions and understandings of spirituality. Specific models
                                                                                        and tools for spiritual assessment will be considered, two will be looked at in
IPG 601 Independent Research Project                                                    depth, and students will have opportunities to bring theory as well as experience
Œ6 (fi 12) (either term, 0-0-3). The integrated independent research project may        together in both group and individual exercises of spiritual assessment rooted in
incorporate a variety of aspects of modern geosciences as practised in industry.        their ministry/health practice.
Students sponsored by a company may use data from industry in these projects.
Prerequisites: IPG 510, 512, 514, 516, 518 and Œ12 in EAS and/or GEOPH at the
500-level. [Faculty of Science]                                                         Japanese, JAPAN
                                                                                        Department of East Asian Studies
Interdisciplinary Undergraduate and                                                     Faculty of Arts

Graduate Courses, INT D                                                                 Undergraduate Courses
Undergraduate Courses                                                                    O JAPAN 101 Basic Japanese I
                                                                                        Œ3 (fi 6) (either term, 5-0-0). A non-intensive written course designed to develop
                                                                                        basic skills in spoken and written Japanese. Note: Not open to students with
Faculty of Arts Courses                                                                 credit in Japanese 30, 35, JAPAN 150 or equivalent.
Notes                                                                                    O JAPAN 102 Basic Japanese II
(1) Courses listed below are the joint concern of the departments stated in the         Œ3 (fi 6) (either term, 5-0-0). A continuation of JAPAN 101. Prerequisite: JAPAN
    course descriptions. Instructions will be offered by members of one or more         101 or equivalent. Note: Not open to students with credit in Japanese 30, 35,
    of the departments or Faculties listed. Responsibility for registration is with     JAPAN 150 or equivalent.
    the department shown in square brackets at the end of the description.              JAPAN 150 First-Year University Japanese
(2) Unless otherwise indicated in the course description, an INT D course may           Œ3 (fi 6) (either term, 5-0-0). A non-intensive course designed for students who
    be applied toward either the major or the minor or as an option if it appears       have some previous knowledge of spoken and written Japanese but need further
    under the department’s course listings.                                             training in grammar. Prerequisite: Japanese 30, 35 or equivalent.
(3) Note that Œ6 at the 400-level in INT D cannot constitute a minor in the BA           O JAPAN 201 Basic Japanese III
    program. Normally, a maximum of Œ3 at the 400-level in INT D may be                 Œ3 (fi 6) (either term, 5-0-0). A non-intensive course designed to develop further
    applied toward the minor requirement, unless otherwise approved by the              basic skills in spoken and written Japanese. Prerequisite: JAPAN 102, 150 or
    minor department.                                                                   equivalent. Note: Students who wish to take JAPAN 201 are expected to have
INT D 225 Topics in Interdisciplinary Studies                                           completed prerequisite courses with a minimum grade of C+.
Œ3-6 (variable) (variable, variable). Offered by various departments depending           O JAPAN 202 Basic Japanese IV
upon the content of the course in a given year. [Faculty of Arts]                       Œ3 (fi 6) (either term, 5-0-0). A continuation of JAPAN 201. Prerequisite: JAPAN 201.
INT D 311 Language Policy and Planning for Indigenous Language
Communities
Œ3 (fi 6) (Spring/Summer, 3-0-0). Language use and attitudes about language             Korean, KOREA
within the socio-cultural context of Canadian Indigenous communities. Addresses         Department of East Asian Studies
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                                                               Faculty of Arts                                                                          LIS 598 Special Topics
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                                                                                                                                                        Œ1-3 (variable) (either term, variable). A current topic of significance to, or a
                                                               Undergraduate Courses                                                                    special aspect of, library and information studies may be examined as demand
                                                                                                                                                        and resources permit.
                                                                O KOREA 101 Introductory Korean I
                                                                                                                                                        LIS 599 Directed Study
                                                               Œ3 (fi 6) (first term, 3-0-2). Designed to develop basic skills in spoken and
                                                                                                                                                        Œ3 (fi 6) (either term, 0-3s-0). Further study of special topics and issues, based
                                                               written Korean. Note: Only one of KOREA 101 and 121 may be taken for credit.
                                                                                                                                                        on knowledge acquired in previous courses or on significant prior experience.
                                                                O KOREA 102 Introductory Korean II                                                      Topic to be approved by the School.
                                                               Œ3 (fi 6) (second term, 3-0-2). A continuation of KOREA 101. Prerequisite: KOREA
                                                                                                                                                        LIS 600 Capping Exercise
                                                               101 or equivalent. Note: Only one of KOREA 102 and 122 may be taken for credit.
                                                                                                                                                        Œ0 (fi 1) (either term, 12 hours). The required capping exercise will be a World
                                                                O KOREA 201 Intermediate Korean I                                                       Wide Web version of the students best work in the MLIS program, and a reflective
                                                               Œ3 (fi 6) (first term, 3-0-2). A course designed to improve reading, speaking and        paper on the significance of the work. The capping exercise paper is to be
                                                               writing. Prerequisite: KOREA 102, 122, or equivalent.                                    submitted during the final term of course work.
                                                                O KOREA 202 Intermediate Korean II                                                      LIS 699 Directed Study
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                                                               Œ3 (fi 6) (second term, 3-0-2). A continuation of KOREA 201. Prerequisite: KOREA         Œ3 (fi 6) (either term, 0-3s-0). Further study at the doctoral level of special topics
                                                               201, or equivalent.                                                                      and issues, based on knowledge acquired in previous courses or on significant
                                                                                                                                                        prior experience. Topics must be approved by the School.

                                                               Latin, LATIN
                                                               Department of History and Classics                                                       Linguistics, LING
                                                               Faculty of Arts                                                                          Department of Linguistics
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                                                               Undergraduate Courses                                                                    Undergraduate Courses
                                                                O LATIN 101 Beginners’ Latin I                                                           O LING 101 Introduction to Linguistic Analysis
                                                               Œ3 (fi 6) (either term, 3-0-1). Elements of Latin grammar and reading of simple          Œ3 (fi 6) (either term, 3-0-0). Central concepts of linguistics: linguistic categories
                                                               texts. Note: Not to be taken by students with credit in Latin 30 or LATIN 100.           and structure (phonetics, phonology, morphology, syntax, semantics). Note: May
                                                                                                                                                        not be taken by students with credit in LING 111.
                                                                O LATIN 102 Beginners’ Latin II
                                                               Œ3 (fi 6) (either term, 3-0-1). A continuation of LATIN 101. Students who intend         LING 102 Introduction to Linguistics II
                                                               to proceed to LATIN 301 should register in LATIN 104. Prerequisite: LATIN 101            Œ3 (fi 6) (either term, 3-0-0). An introduction to cross-disciplinary and applied
                                                               or consent of Department. Not open to students with credit in LATIN 104.                 areas in linguistics (e.g. language change, language acquisition, language in
                                                                                                                                                        society). Pre- or corequisite: LING 101.
                                                                                                                                                        LING 111 Intro to Linguistic Analysis for Language Revitalization
                                                               Law, LAW                                                                                 Œ3 (fi 6) (Spring/Summer, 3-0-0). Central concepts of linguistics: linguistic
                                                                                                                                                        categories and structure (phonetics, phonology, morphology, syntax, semantics)
                                                               Faculty of Law                                                                           with special attention to Canadian Indigenous languages. Restricted to CILLDI
                                                                                                                                                        program students. Note: Not to be taken by students with credit in LING 101.
                                                               Undergraduate Courses
                                                                                                                                                         O LING 204 English Syntax
                                                               LAW 526 Research Paper                                                                   Œ3 (fi 6) (either term, 3-0-0). Linguistic analysis of the syntax of modern English.
                                                               Œ3 (fi 6) (either term, 3-0-0). Will give selected students an opportunity to engage     Prerequisite: LING 101.
                                                               in original research. The research topic is subject to prior approval of a Faculty
                                                                                                                                                         O LING 205 Phonetics
                                                               member, who shall direct the students.
                                                                                                                                                        Œ3 (fi 6) (either term, 3-0-0). Recognizing, transcribing, and producing speech
                                                               LAW 599 Seminars on Specialized Legal Topics                                             sounds using the International Phonetic Alphabet; problems in phonetic analysis;
                                                               Œ3 (fi 6) (either term, 0-3s-0). These seminars will cover specialized topics of         elementary acoustic phonetics; techniques for describing the sound system of an
                                                               emerging importance in the law at a senior level. The particular topic covered would     unfamiliar language. Prerequisite: LING 101.
                                                               vary dependent on the availability of Faculty with necessary teaching competence,
                                                                                                                                                        LING 211 Phonetics of Indigenous Languages
                                                               student interest, and the needs of the legal profession. Sections may be offered
                                                                                                                                                        Œ3 (fi 6) (either term or Spring/Summer, 3-0-0). Recognizing, transcribing, and
                                                               in a Cost Recovery format at an increased rate of fee assessment; refer to the
                                                                                                                                                        producing speech sounds using the International Phonetic Alphabet; problems
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                                                                                                                                                        in phonetic analysis; elementary acoustic phonetics; techniques for describing
                                                                                                                                                        the sound system of Canadian Indigenous languages. Prerequisite: LING 101 or
                                                               Graduate Courses                                                                         111. Restricted to CILLDI program students. Note: Not to be taken by students
                                                                                                                                                        with credit in LING 205.
                                                               LAW 710 Topics in Constitutional Law 2
                                                               Œ3 (fi 6) (either term, 3-0-0).                                                          LING 212 Morphosyntax of Indigenous Languages
                                                                                                                                                        Œ3 (fi 6) (Spring/Summer, 3-0-0). Morphological structure and meaning in Canadian
                                                                                                                                                        Indigenous languages, including how best to represent lexical meaning and form
                                                               Library and Information Studies, LIS                                                     in a dictionary, how new words might be coined, and how these languages with
                                                                                                                                                        their complex morphology and verb systems might be taught to adult learners.
                                                               School of Library and Information Studies                                                Prerequisite: LING 101 or LING 111. Restricted to CILLDI program students. Note:
                                                               Faculty of Education                                                                     Not to be taken by students with credit in LING 308 or 309.
                                                                   Note: All the following courses are restricted to MLIS students except for           LING 213 Sentence and Discourse Patterns of Indigenous Languages
                                                               LIS 402 and 518.                                                                         Œ3 (fi 6) (Spring/Summer, 3-0-0). Types of sentence and discourse patterns in
                                                                                                                                                        Canadian Indigenous languages; attention to real language use across different
                                                               Graduate Courses                                                                         genres (e.g. traditional stories, conversation, personal narratives, oratory and
                                                                                                                                                        ceremony) so that CLC students can go on to collect and transcribe samples of
                                                               LIS 542 Library Preservation, Security, and Risk Management                              language in context rather than word lists or sentences in isolation. Prerequisite:
                                                               Œ3 (fi 6) (either term, 3-0-0). An introduction to and overview of the role and          LING 101 or LING 111. Restricted to CILLDI program students. Note: Not to be
                                                               activities of preservation administration in libraries of all kinds, from the physical   taken by students with credit in LING 308 or 309.
                                                               preservation and conservation of book and multimedia collections, to risk
                                                               management and insurance, prevention of theft and vandalism, disaster contingency        LING 311 Special Topics in Linguistics
                                                               planning and preparedness, through post-disaster salvage and recovery operations.        Œ3 (fi 6) (either term or Spring/Summer, 3-0-0). A study of recent developments
                                                                                                                                                        in particular subareas of linguistics with special attention to the Indigenous
                                                               LIS 590 Practicum                                                                        languages of Western Canada. Prerequisite: LING 111 or consent of Department.
                                                               Œ3 (fi 6) (either term, 100 hours). The application of LIS theories and principles       Restricted to CILLDI program students.
                                                               through experiential learning in a library, archives, records management and
                                                               other services settings.

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Œ3 (fi 6) (either term, 3-0-0). Application of linguistics to theoretical issues in    541. Prerequisite: MGTSC 501.
second-language acquisition: properties of language, problems of languages
                                                                                       MGTSC 604 Bargaining and Negotiation
in contact, psycholinguistic aspects of bilingualism. Prerequisite: LING 101.
                                                                                       Œ3 (fi 6) (either term, 3-0-0). This course is a blend of both experiential learning
Recommended: LING 204.
                                                                                       and theory with the objective of making the student more effective in all types
LING 375 Linguistics Directed Research I                                               of bargaining. A study of positive theories on how to improve negotiation skills
Œ3 (fi 6) (either term, 0-3s-0). Independent study of a particular sub-area of         will be combined with analytical models of the game theoretic structure of
linguistics. Normally offered as a reading course and directed research practicum      bargaining. Through this mix of theories and several case studies and bargaining
through special prior arrangement. Prerequisite: Consent of Instructor.                exercises, students will see both the opportunities for joint gain (win-win) and
                                                                                       the constraints which can lead to inferior outcomes. Prerequisites: First year
                                                                                       MBA core courses.
Maintaining Registration, M REG
University of Alberta
                                                                                       Marine Science (Biological Sciences), MA SC
Graduate Courses                                                                       Department of Biological Sciences, Bamfield Marine Sciences Centre




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M REG 800 Maintaining Registration
Œ0 (fi 6) (either term, unassigned). Maintaining registration in a graduate            Notes
program and status as a graduate student. Graduate students who do not plan            (1) Courses are offered at Bamfield Marine Station (BMS). Details are available
to register either in courses or in Theses or a project course but who wish to             from the Department of Biological Sciences.
maintain their position in a program and their status as graduate students can         (2) Prerequisite for all of the following courses is consent of the Department of
register in M REG.                                                                         Biological Sciences.

                                                                                       Undergraduate Courses
Management Information Systems, MIS                                                    MA SC 401 Special Topics in Marine Biology
Department of Accounting and Management Information Systems                            Œ6 (fi 12) (two term, 0-0-6). Offered, as opportunities arise, by distinguished
Faculty of Business                                                                    scientists who are working at the Bamfield Marine Sciences Centre. It is expected
                                                                                       that the course will generally be of a specialized nature and be at a level
    Note: Enrolment in all MIS courses is restricted to students registered in the
                                                                                       appropriate to graduate or senior undergraduate students.
Faculty of Business, or to students registered in specified programs that require
Business courses to meet degree requirements and who have obtained prior               MA SC 410 Marine Invertebrate Zoology
approval of their Faculty.                                                             Œ6 (fi 12) (two term, 0-0-6). A survey of the marine phyla, with emphasis on
                                                                                       the benthic fauna in the vicinity of the Bamfield Marine Sciences Centre. The
Undergraduate Courses                                                                  course includes lectures, laboratory periods, field collection, identification, and
                                                                                       observation. Emphasis is placed on the study of living specimens in the laboratory
MIS 311 Management Information Systems                                                 and in the field.
Œ3 (fi 6) (either term, 3-0-1). Introduction to all major areas of information
                                                                                       MA SC 412 Biology of Fishes
systems. Technology and file systems, organizational and behavioral issues,
                                                                                       Œ6 (fi 12) (two term, 0-0-6). Classification, physiology, ecology, behavior and
datamodeling, databases, expert systems, systems analysis, systems development
                                                                                       zoogeography of fishes with particular emphasis on those in the marine environment
life cycle, etc. Development of analytical skills which can be brought to bear
                                                                                       of the British Columbia coast. Course will involve some field projects.
on MIS problems. Notes: Students are expected to have basic familiarity with
microcomputer applications (word processing, spreadsheets, personal data base,         MA SC 440 Biology of Marine Birds
presentation graphics, personal information manager, email, web browser). The          Œ6 (fi 12) (two term, 0-0-6). A study of the interrelationship of birds and the
lab component will be taught for up to 10 weeks.                                       marine environment. Lectures will emphasize the systematics and ecological
                                                                                       relationships, behavior, life histories, movements and conservations of marine
Graduate Courses                                                                       birds. Census techniques and methods of studying marine birds in the field will
                                                                                       be treated as we observe seabirds and marine associated birds in the Barkley
MIS 686 Selected Topics in Management Information Systems                              Sound region. Seabird identification, classification, morphology, plumages and
Œ3 (fi 6) (either term, 3-0-0). Topics dealt with in this seminar may vary from        moult will be examined in the laboratory.
year to year and will be chosen at the discretion of the instructor.


Management Science, MGTSC                                                              Marketing, MARK
                                                                                       Departments of Marketing, Business Economics, and Law
Department of Finance and Management Science                                           Faculty of Business
Faculty of Business
                                                                                           Note: Enrolment in all MARK courses is restricted to students registered
    Note: Enrolment in all MGTSC courses is restricted to students registered          in the Faculty of Business, or to students registered in specified programs that
in the Faculty of Business, or to students registered in specified programs that       require Business courses to meet degree requirements and who have obtained
require Business courses to meet degree requirements and who have obtained             prior approval of their Faculty.
prior approval of their Faculty.
                                                                                       Undergraduate Courses
Undergraduate Courses
                                                                                       MARK 465 School of Retailing Internship
MGTSC 495 Individual Research Project I                                                Œ3 (fi 6) (two term, 3-0-0). Practical application of marketing and related business
Œ3 (fi 6) (either term, 3-0-0). Special study for advanced undergraduates.             skills and theory to a problem or issues addressed during a period of 13 weeks
Prerequisites: consent of Instructor and Assistant Dean, Undergraduate                 of summer placement in a sponsoring retailing or services organization. The
Program.                                                                               internship includes preliminary instruction and requires, under the supervision of
                                                                                       the Faculty, the presentation of a project report to the sponsoring organization.
Graduate Courses                                                                       Prerequisites: MARK 301 and consent of Department.

MGTSC 502 Operations Management                                                        MARK 472 Product Management and Pricing
Œ3 (fi 6) (either term, 3-0-0). This course focuses on (1) the competitive advantage   Œ3 (fi 6) (either term, 3-0-0). Development, management and pricing of interrelated
that a business unit can derive from innovative and efficient production and           goods and services. New product development, managing a product portfolio,
delivery of its goods and services and on (2) analytical approaches that are           bundling of goods and services, and tailoring price and product to different
useful in understanding and improving an organization’s operations. Specific           segments. Prerequisites: MARK 301 and BUEC 311.
modules include process diagramming and analysis; measuring and managing               MARK 495 Individual Research Project I
flow times; inventory control and optimization; supply chain coordination and          Œ3 (fi 6) (either term, 3-0-0). Special study for advanced undergraduates.
operations strategy. Cases will be used to illustrate operational efficiency and its



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                                                               Prerequisites: MARK 312 or equivalent, consent of Instructor and Associate Dean            O MATH 125 Linear Algebra I
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                                                               Undergraduate Program.                                                                   Œ3 (fi 6) (either term, 3-0-0). Systems of linear equations. Vectors in n-space, vector
                                                                                                                                                        equations of lines and planes. Matrix algebra, inverses and invertibility. Introduction
                                                                                                                                                        to linear transformations. Subspaces of n-space. Determinants. Introduction to
                                                               Master of Internetworking, MINT                                                          eigenvalues and eigenvectors. The dot product and orthogonality. Applications
                                                                                                                                                        in a variety of fields, numerical methods. Prerequisites: Pure Mathematics 30 or
                                                               Department of Computing Science and Electrical and Computer Engineering                  Mathematics 30-1. Notes: (1) This course is an enriched version of the basic
                                                               Faculties of Engineering and Science                                                     linear algebra course MATH 120. It covers the same basic topics as MATH 120.
                                                                                                                                                        However, some of these basic topics will be covered in more depth than in
                                                               Graduate Courses                                                                         MATH 120. Also the instructor will discuss some additional applications and/or
                                                                                                                                                        discuss some of the applications in more depth. MATH 125 is recommended for
                                                               MINT 708 Internet Laboratory                                                             all students with at least 80% in Pure Mathematics 30. It is also recommended
                                                               Œ3 (fi 6) (variable, 36 hours). Demonstration of network principles. Practical aspects   for students who plan to take further courses in algebra. (2) This course cannot
                                                               of network design and implementations. Offered jointly by the Department of              be taken for credit if credit has already been obtained in MATH 102, 120 or 127.
                                                               Electrical and Computing Engineering and the Department of Computing Science.
                                                                                                                                                         O MATH 153 Elementary Theory of Interest
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                                                               MINT 709 Internet Project                                                                Œ3 (fi 6) (either term, 3-0-0). Simple and compound interest, simple and general
                                                               Œ6 (fi 12) (variable, 60 hours). Capstone project involving the design or analysis       annuities certain; variable annuities and perpetuities, amortization schedules, sinking
                                                               of a significant internetwork or internetworking component. Offered jointly by           funds, applications. Prerequisite: Pure Mathematics 30 or Mathematics 30-1. Notes:
                                                               the Department of Electrical and Computing Engineering and the Department                (1) This course may not be taken for credit if credit has already been obtained
                                                               of Computing Science.                                                                    in MATH 253. (2) May not be used for credit in any Honors or Specialization
                                                                                                                                                        degrees offered by the Department of Mathematical and Statistical Sciences.

                                                               Materials Engineering, MAT E                                                             MATH 160 Higher Arithmetic
                                                                                                                                                        Œ3 (fi 6) (either term, 3-0-0). Elementary Number Theory, Numeration Systems,
                                                               Department of Chemical and Materials Engineering                                         Number Systems and Elementary Probability Theory. Math Fair. Prerequisite: Pure
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                                                               Faculty of Engineering                                                                   Mathematics 30 or Mathematics 30-1 or consent of Department. Note: This course
                                                                                                                                                        is restricted to Elementary Education students.
                                                               Undergraduate Courses                                                                     O MATH 214 Intermediate Calculus I
                                                                                                                                                        Œ3 (fi 6) (either term, 3-0-0). Infinite Series. Plane curves and polar coordinates.
                                                               MAT E 202 Materials Science II
                                                                                                                                                        Three dimensional analytic geometry. Partial derivatives. This course may not be
                                                               Œ3.8 (fi 6) (either term or Spring/Summer, 3-0-3/2). An introduction to the
                                                                                                                                                        taken for credit if credit has already been obtained in MATH 209 or MATH 217.
                                                               science of materials relating their mechanical, thermal, electronic and chemical
                                                                                                                                                        Prerequisite: MATH 115 or equivalent.
                                                               properties to atomic, molecular and crystal structure. Ceramic and metallic crystals,
                                                               glasses, polymers and composite materials. Multi-phase materials, strengthening           O MATH 215 Intermediate Calculus II
                                                               processes. Laboratories include mechanical properties of metals and polymers,            Œ3 (fi 6) (second term, 3-0-0). First order and second order linear differential
                                                               microstructure, heat treatment of steel, corrosion. Credit may not be obtained in        equations with constant coefficients. Curves, tangent vectors, arc length, integration
                                                               this course if previous credit has been obtained in MATE E 252. Prerequisite:            in two and three dimensions, polar cylindrical and spherical coordinates, line and
                                                               CHEM 105 or consent of Department.                                                       surface integrals. Green’s divergence and Stokes’ theorems. Note: This course
                                                                                                                                                        may not be taken for credit if credit has already been obtained in MATH 209 or
                                                               Graduate Courses                                                                         317. Prerequisite: MATH 214 or equivalent.
                                                                                                                                                         O MATH 222 Introduction to Discrete Mathematics
                                                               MAT E 900 Directed Research
                                                                                                                                                        Œ3 (fi 6) (either term, 3-0-0). A problem-solving approach to discrete mathematics,
                                                               Œ6 (fi 12) (variable, unassigned). An engineering project for students registered
                                                                                                                                                        covering secret codes, public-key codes, error-correcting codes, enumeration,
                                                               in a Master of Engineering program.
                                                                                                                                                        recurrence relations, induction, graph theory, graph algorithms and parallel
                                                                                                                                                        algorithms. Prerequisite: Any 100-level mathematics course or SCI 100, MATH

                                                               Mathematics, MATH                                                                        120, 125 or 127 recommended.
                                                                                                                                                         O MATH 225 Linear Algebra II
                                                               Department of Mathematical and Statistical Sciences                                      Œ3 (fi 6) (either term, 3-0-0). Vector spaces. Inner product spaces. Examples
                                                               Faculty of Science                                                                       of n-space and the space of continuous functions. Gram-Schmidt process,
                                                                    Note: MATH 101, 201, 209 are open to Engineering students only.                     QRfactorization of a matrix and least squares. Linear transformations, change of
                                                                                                                                                        basis, similarity and diagonalization. Orthogonal diagonalization, quadratic forms.
                                                               Undergraduate Courses                                                                    Applications in a variety of fields, numerical methods. Prerequisite: Any linear
                                                                                                                                                        algebra course, Mathematics 31 or any calculus course. Note: This course cannot
                                                               MATH 101 Calculus II                                                                     be taken for credit if credit has already been obtained in MATH 227.
                                                               Œ3.5 (fi 6) (either term, 3-0-1). Area between curves, techniques of integration.         O MATH 228 Algebra: Introduction to Ring Theory
                                                               Applications of integration to planar areas and lengths, volumes and masses.             Œ3 (fi 6) (either term, 3-0-0). Integers. Mathematical induction. Equivalence
                                                               First order ordinary differential equations: separable, linear, direction fields,        relations. Commutative rings, including the integers mod n, complex numbers
                                                               Euler’s method, applications. Infinite series, power series, Taylor expansions           and polynomials. The Chinese remainder theorem. Fields and integral domains.
                                                               with remainder terms. Polar coordinates. Rectangular, spherical and cylindrical          Euclidean domains, principal ideal domains and unique factorization. Quotient
                                                               coordinates in 3-dimensional space. Parametric curves in the plane and space:            rings and homomorphisms. Construction of finite fields. Applications such as
                                                               graphing, arc length, curvature; normal binormal, tangent plane in 3-dimensional         public domain encryption, Latin squares and designs, polynomial error detecting
                                                               space. Volumes and surface areas of rotation. Prerequisite: MATH 100. Notes:             codes, and/or addition and multiplication of large integers. Prerequisite: Any linear
                                                               (1) This course may not be taken for credit if credit has already been obtained          algebra course. Credit for MATH 228 cannot be obtained if credit for MATH 326
                                                               in either MATH 115, 118 or SCI 100. (2) Students in all sections of this course          has been already obtained.
                                                               will write a common final examination. (3) Restricted to Engineering students.
                                                               Non-Engineering students who take this course will receive Œ3.0.                          O MATH 241 Geometry
                                                                                                                                                        Œ3 (fi 6) (either term, 3-0-0). Basic Euclidean geometry, congruence, parallelism,
                                                                O MATH 113 Elementary Calculus I                                                        area, and similarity. Sound axiomatic development with emphasis on problem solving.
                                                               Œ3 (fi 6) (either term, 3-0-1). Review of analytic geometry. Differentiation and         Constructions and loci, inequalities, maxima and minima, circles, isometries, and
                                                               integration of simple functions. Applications. Prerequisite: Pure Mathematics 30         additional topics. Prerequisites: Any 100-level Mathematics course or SCI 100.
                                                               or Mathematics 30-1 or equivalent. Students who have taken Mathematics 31
                                                               are advised to take MATH 114. See Note (3) at the beginning of the Mathematic             O MATH 253 Theory of Interest
                                                               course listings. This course may not be taken for credit if credit has already been      Œ3 (fi 6) (either term, 3-0-0). Accumulation and amount functions, effective,
                                                               obtained in MATH 100, 114, 117 or SCI 100.                                               nominal, simple, and compound rates, force of interest and discount, simple and
                                                                                                                                                        general annuities certain, variable annuities and perpetuities, amortization schedules
                                                                O MATH 115 Elementary Calculus II                                                       and sinking funds, bonds and other securities, applications, installment loans,
                                                               Œ3 (fi 6) (either term, 3-0-0). Differentiation and integration of trigonometric,        depreciation, depletion, capitalized cost. Prerequisite: MATH 115 or equivalent.
                                                               exponential and logarithmic functions. Indeterminate forms and improper integrals.       Corequisite: MATH 214.
                                                               Techniques of integration. Application. Prerequisite: MATH 113 or 114, or equivalent.
                                                               Note: This course may not be taken for credit if credit has already been obtained        MATH 260 Topics in Mathematics
                                                               in either of MATH 101, 118 or SCI 100.                                                   Œ3 (fi 6) (second term, 3-0-0). Problem solving in different areas of mathematics.

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Note: This course is intended for Education students and is not open to Science          MEC E 250 Engineering Mechanics II




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students. Prerequisite: MATH 160 or teaching experience at the elementary or             Œ3.5 (fi 6) (either term, 3-1s-0). Moments of inertia. Kinematics and kinetics
junior high school level.                                                                of rigid body motion, energy and momentum methods, impact, mechanical
                                                                                         vibrations. Prerequisites: ENGG 130, EN PH 131 and MATH 101. There is a
  O MATH 311 Theory of Functions of a Complex Variable
                                                                                         consolidated exam.
Œ3 (fi 6) (either term, 3-0-0). Complex numbers. Complex series. Functions of a
complex variable. Cauchy’s theorem and contour integration. Residue Theorem and
its applications. Introduction to Fourier integrals and the Heisenberg inequality.       Graduate Courses
Prerequisite or corequisite: MATH 209 or 215.
                                                                                              Note: The courses ENG M 620, MEC E 630, 640, 670, 680 and 681 normally
 O MATH 322 Graph Theory                                                                 will be offered annually. Other courses will be offered on a lecture basis when
Œ3 (fi 6) (first term, 3-0-0). Graphs, paths and cycles, trees, planarity and duality,   there is sufficient enrolment; otherwise they will be offered on a guided reading
coloring problems, digraphs, matching problems, matroid theory. Prerequisite:            basis.
MATH 120 or 125 or equivalent and any 200-level MATH course. MATH 222
                                                                                         MEC E 900 Directed Research Project
recommended.
                                                                                         Œ6 (fi 12) (variable, unassigned). Detailed Engineering report in the student’s
 O MATH 324 Elementary Number Theory                                                     major area of interest.




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Œ3 (fi 6) (first term, 3-0-0). Divisibility, prime numbers, congruences, quadratic
                                                                                         MEC E 910 Directed Research Project
residues, quadratic reciprocity, arithmetic functions and diophantine equations;
                                                                                         Œ3 (fi 6) (variable, unassigned). Detailed Engineering Report in the student’s
sums of squares. Prerequisites: MATH 228 (or 128 or 223).
                                                                                         major area of interest.
 O MATH 334 Introduction to Differential Equations
Œ3 (fi 6) (either term, 3-0-0). First order equations, linear equations of higher
order. Power series solution. Laplace transform methods. Introduction to special
functions. Introduction to linear systems. Prerequisite: MATH 209, 214 or 217.
                                                                                         Medicine, MED
Corequisite: MATH 215 or 317. Note: This course may not be taken for credit if           Department of Medicine
credit has already been obtained in MATH 201 or 336.                                     Faculty of Medicine and Dentistry
 O MATH 337 Introduction to Partial Differential Equations
Œ3 (fi 6) (second term, 3-0-0). Boundary value problems of classical Math Physics,
                                                                                         Undergraduate Courses
orthogonal expansions, classical special functions. Advanced transform techniques.
Note: This course may not be taken for credit if credit has already been obtained        Faculty of Medicine and Dentistry Courses
in either MATH 300 or equivalent. Prerequisite: MATH 334 or 336.
                                                                                         MED 401 Four-Week Medical Elective
 O MATH 373 Mathematical Programming and Optimization I                                  Œ0 (fi 1) (either term, 4 weeks). This represents a contract period of registration
Œ3 (fi 6) (first term, 3-0-0). Introduction to optimization. Problem formulation.        with variable start and end dates for undergraduate medical students who are
Linear programming. The simplex method and its variants (revised Simplex                 undertaking clinical electives. The type of clinical elective is open to any area of
method, dual simplex method). Extreme points of polyhedral sets. Theory of linear        specialization. Prerequisites: enrolment in an MD program and approval by the
inequalities (Farkas Lemma). Complementary slackness and duality. Post-optimality        Electives Coordinator of the Faculty of Medicine.
analysis. Interior point methods. Applications (elementary games, transportation
problems, networks, etc.). Pre- or corequisites: MATH 120 or 125 or equivalent;          MED 402 Eight-Week Medical Elective
any 200-level MATH course.                                                               Œ0 (fi 2) (either term, 8 weeks). This represents a contract period of registration
                                                                                         with variable start and end dates for undergraduate medical students who are
                                                                                         undertaking clinical electives. The type of clinical elective is open to any area of
Maîtrise ès sciences de l’éducation, M EDU                                               specialization. Prerequisites: enrolment in an MD program and approval by the
                                                                                         Electives Coordinator of the Faculty of Medicine.
Faculté Saint-Jean
                                                                                         MED 518 Optional Summer Elective
                                                                                         Œ1 (fi 2) (variable, variable). An optional elective of variable length, to be developed
Cours de 2e cycle                                                                        by the student in consultation with a Faculty supervisor. Open only to students
M EDU 594 Lectures dirigées                                                              registered in the MD program.
Œ3 (fi 6) (l’un ou l’autre semestre, 3-0-0).
M EDU 596 Thème ouvert
Œ3 (fi 6) (l’un ou l’autre semestre, 3-0-0). Peut comprendre des sections Alternative
                                                                                         Middle Eastern and African Studies, MEAS
Delivery; veuillez consulter le Fees Payment Guide dans la section University            Office of Interdisciplinary Studies
Regulations and Information for Students de l’annuaire.                                  Faculty of Arts
M EDU 598 Choix de sujet en éducation
Œ3 (fi 6) (l’un ou l’autre semestre, 3-0-0). Peut comprendre des sections Alternative
                                                                                         Undergraduate Courses
Delivery; veuillez consulter le Fees Payment Guide dans la section University            MEAS 480 Directed Reading in Middle Eastern and African Studies
Regulations and Information for Students de l’annuaire.                                  Œ3 (fi 6) (either term, 3-0-0). Prerequisite: consent of Program.
M EDU 599 Etude personnelle dirigée
Œ3 (fi 6) (l’un ou l’autre semestre, 3-0-0).
M EDU 900 Activité de synthèse                                                           Mining Engineering, MIN E
Œ3 (fi 6) (variable, unassigned).                                                        School of Mining and Petroleum Engineering
                                                                                         Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering
                                                                                         Faculty of Engineering
Mechanical Engineering, MEC E                                                               Note: See also Materials Engineering (MATE) and Mining and Petroleum
Department of Mechanical Engineering                                                     Engineering (MPE) listings.
Faculty of Engineering
                                                                                         Graduate Courses
Undergraduate Courses
                                                                                         MIN E 710 Mining
MEC E 200 Introduction to Mechanical Engineering                                         Œ3 (fi 6) (either term, 3-0-0). Readings and discussion of selected topics in
Œ2 (fi 4) (either term, 1-2s-0). Introduction to the profession of mechanical            mining engineering.
engineering with special emphasis of industries in Alberta, including coverage of
                                                                                         MIN E 910 Directed Research
elements of ethics, equity, concepts of sustainable development and environmental
                                                                                         Œ6 (fi 12) (variable, unassigned). An engineering project for students registered
stewardship, public and worker safety and health considerations including the
                                                                                         in the joint MBA/MEng program.
context of the Alberta Occupational Health and Safety Act. Selected guest speakers
on design problems in mechanical engineering. Communication skills including
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                                                               Modern Languages and Cultural Studies,                                                     involved in diagnosis, analysis and resolution of management issues frequently
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                                                                                                                                                          encountered in Native organizations. Prerequisites: NS 210 and 211 or consent
                                                               MLCS                                                                                       of the Faculty.

                                                               Department of Modern Languages and Cultural Studies                                         O NS 420 Negotiation Strategies
                                                                                                                                                          Œ3 (fi 6) (either term, 3-0-0). An exploration of the theory and practice of
                                                               Faculty of Arts                                                                            negotiation and mediation from different perspectives, including perspectives
                                                                                                                                                          from the dominant society and indigenous peoples. The strategies of litigation,
                                                               Graduate Courses                                                                           and coercion to overcome conflict and achieve settlements of disputes will also
                                                                                                                                                          be examined. These negotiation theories will then be applied to concrete dispute
                                                               MLCS 901 MA Research Project
                                                                                                                                                          situations in Canada, including multi-party disputes over land, governance,
                                                               Œ3 (fi 6) (either term, 3-0-0).
                                                                                                                                                          development of resources and the environment. This course will be taught in a
                                                                                                                                                          seminar format. Prerequisite: NS 320 or 340 or consent of the Faculty.
                                                               Music, MUSIC
                                                               Department of Music                                                                        Nursing, NURS
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                                                               Faculty of Arts                                                                            Faculty of Nursing
                                                               Undergraduate Courses                                                                      Undergraduate Courses
                                                                O MUSIC 100 Rudiments of Music
                                                                                                                                                          NURS 301 Nursing Research
                                                               Œ3 (fi 6) (either term, 3-0-0). Fundamentals of music theory approached through
                                                                                                                                                          Œ3 (fi 6) (either term, 3-0-0; 6-0-0 6 weeks). Introduction to the process
                                                               aural and written training. Note: Not available for degree credit to students enrolled
                                                                                                                                                          of research through a comparative analysis of selected studies exemplifying
                                                               in a BMus (all routes) degree program.
                                                                                                                                                          different theoretical, methodological, and analytical approaches. Emphasis is on
                                                                 O MUSIC 101 Introduction to Western Art Music                                            the communicability of research, the needs of the research consumer, and the
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                                                               Œ3 (fi 6) (either term, 3-0-0). A study of music literature with an emphasis on            development of skills of critical appraisal. Pre- or corequisite for Post RN Program
                                                               listening and analytical tools. A brief survey of the history of Western music             students: NURS 415. Note: (NURS 301 and STAT [Œ3]) and (NURS 397 and 497)
                                                               will be included. Not available for degree credit to BMus (all routes) students.           may not both be taken for credit.
                                                               O MUSIC 102 Introduction to World Music                                                    NURS 309 Mental Health Nursing Theory
                                                               Œ3 (fi 6) (either term, 3-0-0). Not available to students with credit in MUSIC 165.        Œ6 (fi 12) (either term or Spring/Summer, 3-6S-3 6W; 6-12s-6 3W). Focus is
                                                                                                                                                          on theory related to the promotion of mental health and the nursing care of
                                                                O MUSIC 103 Introduction to Popular Music
                                                                                                                                                          people with acute and chronic alterations in mental health. Corequisite: NURS
                                                               Œ3 (fi 6) (either term, 3-0-0). A survey of popular music’s development as a
                                                                                                                                                          310. Prerequisites for After Degree students: NURS 113, 215, 307, and 308.
                                                               category of musical and cultural practice, an industry and an object of study,
                                                                                                                                                          Prerequisites for Bilingual Program students: NURS 307 and 308. Note: Course is
                                                               during the twentieth century.
                                                                                                                                                          for After Degree Nursing Program and Bilingual Nursing Program students only.
                                                               MUSIC 230 Choral Techniques and Pedagogy
                                                                                                                                                          NURS 310 Mental Health Nursing Practice
                                                               Œ3 (fi 6) (first term, 3-0-0). Prerequisites: MUSIC 150 or 156, and 151, or equivalent.
                                                                                                                                                          Œ6 (fi 12) (either term or Spring/Summer, 0-0-24C 7W; 0-0-32c 5w). Students
                                                               Note: Restricted to BMus (all routes), BMus/BEd, BEd Music Major/Minor, and
                                                                                                                                                          will have opportunity to apply concepts of mental health nursing to the care of
                                                               BA (Honors) Music Major students.
                                                                                                                                                          individuals experiencing acute and chronic alterations in mental health in hospital
                                                               MUSIC 438 Poetry and Performance of the German Lied                                        or community settings. Corequisite: NURS 309. Prerequisites for After Degree
                                                               Œ3 (fi 6) (Spring/Summer, 3-3L-0). Available only to students attending the                students: NURS 113, 215, 307, and 308. Prerequisites for Bilingual Program
                                                               summer master course of the Franz-Schubert-Institut in Baden bei Wien, Austria.            students: NURS 307 and 308. Note: Course is for After Degree Nursing Program
                                                               Prerequisite: consent of Department and acceptance into the Franz-Schubert-                and Bilingual Nursing Program students only.
                                                               Institut program. Music 438 is graded on a CR/NC basis.
                                                                                                                                                          NURS 410 Leadership and Issues in Nursing for Post RN Students
                                                                                                                                                          Œ3 (fi 6) (either term, 0-3s-0). Using the primary health care framework, a variety
                                                               Graduate Courses                                                                           of current professional, social, political and global issues affecting the nursing
                                                                                                                                                          profession and the Canadian health care system will be addressed. Key principles
                                                               MUSIC 538 Poetry and Performance of the German Lied
                                                                                                                                                          of leadership and management will also be addressed within the context of these
                                                               Œ3 (fi 6) (Spring/Summer, 3-3L-0). Available only to students attending the
                                                                                                                                                          issues. Note: Course is for Post RN Program students only. Pre- or corequisite:
                                                               summer master course of the Franz-Schubert-Institut in Baden bei Wien, Austria.
                                                                                                                                                          NURS 415.
                                                               Prerequisite: consent of Department and acceptance into the Franz-Schubert-
                                                               Institut program. Music 538 is graded on a CR/NC basis.                                    NURS 461 Nursing Practice VII, Internship Route
                                                                                                                                                          Œ7 (fi 14) (Spring/Summer, 0-1s-34c in 10 weeks). During a Spring/Summer
                                                                                                                                                          placement of 10 weeks in a sponsoring agency, the student will manage and
                                                               Native Studies, NS                                                                         care for clients in ambiguous, complex situations. Prerequisites: NURS 390, 391,
                                                                                                                                                          394, 395 and 397 or 301. Consent of the Faculty is also required.
                                                               Faculty of Native Studies
                                                                                                                                                           O NURS 475 Community Practice for Post RN Students
                                                               Undergraduate Courses                                                                      Œ7 (fi 14) (either term, 0-1.5s-15c; 0-3s-28c 7 weeks). Nursing practice focuses
                                                                                                                                                          on health promotion and disease prevention of clients across the life-span.
                                                                O NS 110 Historical Perspectives in Native Studies                                        Practice occurs in homes or community-based settings. Prerequisite: NURS 415.
                                                               Œ3 (fi 6) (either term, 3-0-0). A thematic introduction to the historical relationships,   NURS 490 Nursing in Context D
                                                               colonial contexts, and social, economic, political and cultural patterns that have         Œ5 (fi 10) (either term, 1-3S-3/2; 1.5-6s-3 6 weeks). A comprehensive approach
                                                               shaped the contemporary situation of Aboriginal peoples in Canada.                         to primary health care components in the care of clients in complex, ambiguous
                                                                O NS 152 Introductory Cree                                                                situations. Case management and multidisciplinary leadership skills are emphasized.
                                                               Œ6 (fi 12) (two term, 4-0-1). A general introduction to Plains Cree (Y dialect)            Students may have the opportunity to lead a multidisciplinary student group.
                                                               grammar and vocabulary, with practice in speaking and work in the language                 Prerequisites: NURS 391, 394, and 395.
                                                               laboratory. No prior knowledge of Cree is assumed. Not open to students with               NURS 491 Nursing Practice VII
                                                               matriculation standing in Cree. Note: Students cannot receive credit for NS 152            Œ7 (fi 14) (either term, 3-26c-2 in 7 weeks). Management and care of clients
                                                               and NS 153.                                                                                in ambiguous, complex, situations occurring over a variety of settings. Pre- or
                                                               O NS 280 Selected Topics in Native Studies                                                 corequisite: NURS 490. Prerequisites: NURS 391, 394 and 395.
                                                               Œ3 (fi 6) (either term, 3-0-0).                                                            NURS 492 Nursing Practice VII for Post RN Students
                                                                O NS 345 Management Issues in Native Communities                                          Œ7 (fi 14) (either term, 0-1.5s-15c; 0-3s-28c 7 weeks). Comprehensive approach
                                                               Œ3 (fi 6) (either term, 3-0-0). The course introduces the major management                 to professional practice of nursing in an area of special interest to the student.
                                                               issues commonly faced by contemporary Native community, public administration,             Pre- or corequisite: NURS 415.
                                                               and business organizations as a result of their unique cultural, social, economic,         NURS 494 Nursing in Context D1
                                                               demographic, and political environment. Students will acquire an orientation to            Œ3 (fi 6) (either term, 0-7s-3 in 4 weeks). Synthesis and focus of nursing knowledge
                                                               the management process and to modern management theory and practices. In                   and application of nursing research in a specified area of practice. To be permitted
                                                               addition, opportunities will be made to develop and practice the managerial skills

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program, except the corequisite NURS 495, or SC INF 495.                                Œ0 (fi 1) (variable, 15 weeks). Practical experience in a variety of acute, continuing
                                                                                        care and ambulatory care settings. The student is expected to demonstrate
NURS 495 Nursing Practice VIII
                                                                                        professional competencies in assessment, planning, development and monitoring
Œ9 (fi 18) (either term, 1-34c-0 in 10 weeks). Comprehensive and consolidated
                                                                                        of nutrition care plans for patients and clients. Open only to students accepted
approach to professional practice of nursing. Corequisite: NURS 494. Note:
                                                                                        into the Integrated Dietetic Internship. Prerequisites: NUTR 466, 469 and 476.
Course is for Collaborative Program, After Degree Program and RPN to BScN
                                                                                        Requires payment of additional student instructional support fees. Refer to the
Program students only.
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NURS 497 Nursing Research and Statistics II                                             section of the Calendar
Œ4 (fi 8) (either term, 2-5s-1 in 6 weeks). Students continue to develop their
skills to critically read, analyze, and begin to use knowledge gained from research     Graduate Courses
in their practice. Building on the knowledge from NURS 397, this course focuses
on understanding the implementation phase of research and inferential statistics.       Notes
Students also examine trends and issues in developing evidenced-based practice          (1) NUTR 410 may be taken for credit by graduate students with approval of the
for the profession of nursing. Prerequisite: NURS 397. Corequisite: NURS 490.               student’s supervisor or supervisory committee.
Note: (NURS 397 and 497), and [NURS 301 and STAT (Œ3)] may not both be




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taken for credit.                                                                           courses.

Graduate Courses
NURS 542 Living with Chronicity: Issues and Concepts
                                                                                        Nutrition and Food Sciences, NU FS
Œ3 (fi 6) (either term, 0-3s-0). Students explore how persons with a chronic disease    Department of Agricultural, Food and Nutritional Science
or disability and their families adapt to live with this disease or disability, how     Faculty of Agricultural, Life and Environmental Sciences
society influences that adaptation, and how that adaptation affects the integration
                                                                                           Note: See also Agricultural, Food and Nutritional Science (AFNS) and Nutrition
of persons with a chronic disease or disability into society. Frameworks consistent
                                                                                        (NUTR) listings for related courses.
with a health promotion perspective will also be examined.
NURS 660 Topics in PhD Studies in Nursing                                               Undergraduate Courses
Œ1-12 (variable) (either term, variable). A course aimed at developing in-depth
knowledge regarding a topic(s) related to PhD-level nursing. Learning experiences        O NU FS 400 Undergraduate Reading Project
may include clinical experience.                                                        Œ3 (fi 6) (either term, 3-0-0). Individual study. Critical reviews of selected literature
                                                                                        under the direction of a staff member. Note: For third- and fourth-year students
NURS 900 Guided Scholarly Project
                                                                                        only. Students must obtain approval from Department before registration. May
Œ3 (fi 6) (either term, unassigned). A guided scholarly project which will focus
                                                                                        be taken more than once provided topic is different.
on such areas as clinical outcomes, evidence-based practice, quality improvement,
or knowledge diffusion.
                                                                                        Graduate Courses
Nutrition, NUTR                                                                         Notes
                                                                                        (1) The following undergraduate courses may be taken for credit by graduate
Department of Agricultural, Food and Nutritional Science                                    students with approval of the student’s supervisor or supervisory committee.
Faculty of Agricultural, Life and Environmental Sciences                                    NU FS 402, 403, 404, 405, 406, 427, 430, 431, 440, 454, 480.
                                                                                        (2) See also Agricultural, Food and Nutritional Science (AFNS) listing for related
    Note: See also Nutrition and Food Sciences (NU FS) listings for related
                                                                                            courses.
courses.

Undergraduate Courses                                                                   Occupational Therapy, OCCTH
 O NUTR 100 Nutrition and Wellbeing                                                     Department of Occupational Therapy
Œ3 (fi 6) (either term, 3-0-0). Principles of nutrition. The need for and functions     Faculty of Rehabilitation Medicine
of the major nutrients for humans. Cannot be taken by students with credit or
currently registered in NU FS 305 or other NUTR courses. May contain alternative           Note: All OCCTH courses are open to OT students only except OCCTH 106
delivery sections: refer to the Fees Payment Guide in the University Regulations        which is open to all students.
and Information for Students section of the Calendar.
NUTR 468 Clinical Nutrition
                                                                                        Graduate Courses
Œ3 (fi 6) (either term, 3-0-3). Basic principles of nutrition in clinical situations.       Note: Open only to graduate students in Occupational Therapy program
The role of diet in the management of various diseases. The laboratory sessions         unless departmental consent is granted.
include practical experience in providing individualized nutritional care for clients
from various cultural backgrounds. Graduate students may not register for credit        OCCTH 525 Fieldwork-Learning in a Practice Context
(see AFNS 568). Credit will only be given for one of AFNS 568, NUTR 468, and NU         Œ3 (fi 6) (either term, 6 weeks). Practical experience and application of Year 1
FS 468. Pre- or corequisite: NUTR 301. May contain alternative delivery sections;       courses in approved facilities and community agencies. Students will be expected
refer to the Fees Payment Guide in the University Regulations and Information           to complete specific projects designed to integrate the core knowledge of
for Students section of the Calendar.                                                   occupational therapy theory. Prerequisites: consent of Department; attendance
                                                                                        at mandatory fieldwork session(s); completion of all Year 1 academic courses.
NUTR 470 Professional Practice in Community Nutrition
Œ0 (fi 1) (variable, 12 weeks). Practical experience in assessing needs and planning,   OCCTH 528 Fieldwork - Learning in a Practice Context
implementing and evaluating nutrition programs in a variety of community settings.      Œ3 (fi 6) (either term, 6 weeks). Practical experience in approved facilities and
Open only to students accepted into the Integrated Dietetic Internship. Prerequisite:   community agencies. Prerequisites: consent of Department; attendance at mandatory
NU FS 223, 377 and NUTR 466. Requires payment of additional student instructional       fieldwork session(s); completion of all Year 2 academic courses; OCCTH 527.
support fees. Refer to the Fees Payment Guide in the University Regulations and         OCCTH 543 Student Selected Modules
Information for Students section of the Calendar.                                       Œ1 (fi 2) (either term, 13 hours). Students must successfully complete either a
NUTR 471 Professional Practice in Foodservice Management                                minimum of three modules in different topics or one Œ3 Individual Study (OCCTH
Œ0 (fi 1) (variable, 12 weeks). Practical experience in assessment, planning            599 or equivalent). Note: Course title is variable; course may be repeated. This
implementation and evaluation of food service systems. Institutional, community         is a CR/NC course.
and commercial settings. Open only to students accepted into the Integrated             OCCTH 584 Influences on Occupational Performance: Human Systems II
Dietetic Internship Program. Prerequisites: (NU FS 363 or 361) and NU FS 461            Œ2 (fi 4) (either term, 0-2s-0). Occupational performance deficits resulting from
and (AREC 323 or AG EC 323 or alternate business course). Requires payment of           illness, injury, and disease and the application of related assessment skills and
additional student instructional support fees. Refer to the Fees Payment Guide in       occupational therapy interventions. Prerequisites: Completion of all Year 1 Fall
the University Regulations and Information for Students section of the Calendar.        and Winter Term academic and fieldwork courses.




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                                                               OCCTH 599 Individual Study
                                                                                                                                                       Pharmacy, PHARM
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                                                               Œ3 (fi 6) (either term, 0-3s-0). Designed to allow a student to pursue a topic of
                                                               interest in more depth than permitted by existing courses. Prerequisite: Departmental   Faculty of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences
                                                               approval of plan of study. May be repeated.
                                                               OCCTH 900 Directed Final Project                                                        Undergraduate Courses
                                                               Œ6 (fi 12) (variable, unassigned). The synthesis of academic knowledge, with
                                                                                                                                                       PHARM 305 Experiential Learning-Part 2-Community
                                                               fieldwork experiences and directed to the exploration of a specific topic, relevant
                                                                                                                                                       Œ4 (fi 8) (Spring/Summer, 160 hours). This structured practical learning experience
                                                               to occupational therapy. Students will demonstrate inquiry, reflection and critical
                                                                                                                                                       will allow students to integrate the knowledge and skills they have obtained in
                                                               thinking. Students will demonstrate inquiry, reflection and critical thinking
                                                                                                                                                       the classroom to the actual care of patients in community practice sites. Using
                                                               through required participation in seminars, a written report and a conference
                                                                                                                                                       the pharmaceutical care model and philosophy of practice, they will develop
                                                               style presentation.
                                                                                                                                                       their patient interviewing skills, prepare and monitor pharmaceutical care plans,
                                                                                                                                                       provide patient counseling on the administration of various dosage forms, answer
                                                               Oncology, ONCOL                                                                         drug information questions, participate in health promotion activities and begin
                                                                                                                                                       to adopt the professional ethics, behaviours and attitudes of a pharmacist.
                                                               Department of Oncology                                                                  Prerequisites: PHARM 300 (Restricted to Pharmacy students). Course is offered
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                                                                                                                                                       PHARM 315 Experiential Learning - Part 3 Institutional
                                                               Graduate Courses                                                                        Œ2 (fi 4) (Spring/Summer, 98 H in 2.5 weeks). This structured practical learning
                                                                                                                                                       experience following second year will provide an orientation to institutional
                                                                    Note: See also PMCOL 505, MED 573, PHYS 475 and PHYS 477.                          pharmacy practice and allow students to apply the knowledge and skills they have
                                                               ONCOL 554 Laboratory in Medical Radiation Physics                                       obtained in the classroom to the actual care of patients in institutional practice
                                                               Œ2 (fi 4) (Spring/Summer, 0-0-4). Practical aspects of medical physics as applied       sites. (Restricted to Pharmacy students.)
                                                               to radiation therapy. Exposure to the operation of various therapy units and dose       PHARM 450 Special Topics in Pharmacy
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                                                               measuring devices. Application of techniques to measure physical parameters of          Œ1-6 (variable) (either term or Spring/Summer, variable). Consult the Faculty for
                                                               radiation beams. Introduction to radiation treatment planning with techniques for       the specific topics offered. Prerequisite: Consent of the Faculty.
                                                               specific tumor sites. Prerequisite: ONCOL 550. Corequisite: ONCOL 552.
                                                                                                                                                       PHARM 455 Specialty Pharmacy Rotation
                                                               ONCOL 556 Laboratory in Imaging                                                         Œ2-6 (variable) (either term or Spring/Summer, variable). Consists of 80-240
                                                               Œ2 (fi 4) (Spring/Summer, 0-0-4). Provides clinical and practical experience            hours in a practice area, on a full-time or part-time basis. Students are required
                                                               with diagnostic imaging equipment, to adequately provide consultative support           to prepare a proposal for the placement with desired objectives, activities and
                                                               required of a clinical medical physicist in imaging. Perform calibration and quality    an evaluation mechanism. The proposal is to be agreed to by the Placement
                                                               assurance procedures on medical imaging modalities. Prerequisites: ONCOL 550            Coordinator and the Site Coordinator/preceptor. The placement will be conducted
                                                               and 562. Corequisites: ONCOL 568 and 564.                                               under the coordination of the Placement Coordinator and preceptor(s) at the
                                                                                                                                                       practice site. The student is also required to prepare a report on the outcomes

                                                               Petroleum Engineering, PET E                                                            of the placement in the form of a portfolio. Travel and accommodation costs
                                                                                                                                                       are the responsibility of the student. Prerequisites: Dependent on specialty and
                                                               School of Mining and Petroleum Engineering                                              consent of Faculty. This course may be taken during the Spring/Summer Term
                                                                                                                                                       by special arrangement. Credit may be obtained for this course more than once.
                                                               Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering
                                                                                                                                                       Restricted to Pharmacy students.
                                                               Faculty of Engineering
                                                                                                                                                       PHARM 498 Research and Directed Studies
                                                                  Note: See also Materials Engineering (MATE); Mining (MIN E), and Petroleum
                                                                                                                                                       Œ3 (fi 6) (either term, 0-0-4). Investigational work under the direction of a
                                                               Engineering (PET E) listings.
                                                                                                                                                       member of the Faculty. Preparation of a written report. Prerequisites: consent of
                                                                                                                                                       the Faculty and the approval of a Faculty member to direct the research. This
                                                               Graduate Courses                                                                        course may be taken during Spring/Summer by special arrangement. Credit may
                                                                                                                                                       be obtained for this course more than once.
                                                               PET E 709 Special Topics in Petroleum Engineering
                                                               Œ3 (fi 6) (either term, 3-0-0). Reading Course. Reading and discussion of selected
                                                               topics in Petroleum Engineering.                                                        Graduate Courses
                                                               PET E 900 Directed Research                                                             PHARM 694 Directed Project
                                                               Œ3 (fi 6) (variable, unassigned). An engineering project for students registered        Œ3 (fi 6) (either term, 0-0-3). Directed studies in pharmaceutical research, using
                                                               in a Masters of Engineering program.                                                    one or more techniques of special interest to individual students. Prerequisites:
                                                                                                                                                       consent of the Faculty and the supervising faculty member.
                                                               PET E 910 Directed Research
                                                               Œ6 (fi 12) (variable, unassigned). An engineering project for students registered       PHARM 698 Graduate Seminar
                                                               in the joint MBA/MEng program.                                                          Œ0 (fi 1) (either term, 0-1s-0). Seminar presentation based on the student’s
                                                                                                                                                       research. Normally to be taken during the final term, prior to thesis defense.
                                                                                                                                                       Required of all MSc and PhD students. Prerequisite: PHARM 697.
                                                               Pharmacology, PMCOL
                                                               Department of Pharmacology
                                                               Faculty of Medicine and Dentistry
                                                                                                                                                       Philosophy, PHIL
                                                                                                                                                       Department of Philosophy
                                                               Undergraduate Courses                                                                   Faculty of Arts
                                                                                                                                                       Notes
                                                                   The following courses can be used by students in the Faculty of Science as
                                                                                                                                                       (1) No junior course presupposes background in Philosophy. PHIL 101, 102, and
                                                               science courses: PMCOL 305.
                                                                                                                                                           120 are recommended for all students intending to continue in Philosophy.
                                                                O PMCOL 305 An Introduction to the Pharmacology of Drug Abuse                              Courses at the 200-level are intended to provide a foundation for further
                                                               Œ3 (fi 6) (either term, 3-0-0). An introduction to the complexities of drug abuse           study in Philosophy.
                                                               and the drugs of abuse. The student will be introduced to the psychological and         (2) There are no formal prerequisites for 200- or 300-level courses (except for
                                                               social problems of drug abuse and their impact upon the abuser. Objectives                  PHIL 220).
                                                               of the course are to develop an understanding of addiction and a detailed
                                                               knowledge of the nature of the commonly abused substances. Emphasis will
                                                               be placed upon the pharmacology of drugs of abuse. Prerequisite: a 200-level
                                                                                                                                                       Undergraduate Courses
                                                               Biological Sciences course.                                                              O PHIL 101 Introduction to Philosophy: Values and Society
                                                                                                                                                       Œ3 (fi 6) (either term, 2-1s-0). An introduction to the classical problems of
                                                                                                                                                       philosophy through study and critical discussion of selected philosophical classics
                                                                                                                                                       and contemporary works. Emphasis will be placed on questions of moral and
                                                                                                                                                       other values and on the nature of society and justice.


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 O PHIL 102 Introduction to Philosophy: Knowledge and Reality
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Œ3 (fi 6) (either term, 2-1s-0). An introduction to the classical problems of
philosophy through study and critical discussion of selected philosophical classics        Faculty of Physical Education and Recreation
and contemporary works. Emphasis will be placed on questions of the nature
                                                                                           Goal of PAC Level I:
and extent of human knowledge and classic problems about the nature of reality
and our place in it.                                                                       (1) Acquisition of basic skills required in the activity and an appreciation of how
                                                                                               these skills are used in combination in performance situations.
 O PHIL 120 Symbolic Logic I                                                               (2) Development of the specific theoretical knowledges associated with
Œ3 (fi 6) (either term, 3-0-0). A study of sentential logic, including translation,            terminology, history, sociocultural context, rules and organizational aspects,
semantics, decision procedures and natural deduction followed by an introduction               basic strategies and tactics, technique, and other concepts relevant to the
to predicate logic, concentrating on translation. Note: Not open to students with
                                                                                               activity.
credit in PHIL 220.
                                                                                           Notes
 O PHIL 125 Practical Logic
                                                                                           (1) Students enrolled in courses offered by the Faculty of Physical Education
Œ3 (fi 6) (either term, 3-0-0). Elementary methods and principles for analyzing
                                                                                               and Recreation must take responsibility for ensuring that they are physically
reasoning as it occurs in everyday contexts. Topics may include informal fallacies,
introduction to scientific method, elementary statistical reasoning, elementary                and medically fit to be taking such courses. If a student has a physical or




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sentential logic, as well as the study of argument in contemporary debates about               medical condition that may compromise his/her participation in a course,
issues of social concern.                                                                      it is the student’s responsibility to so inform the instructor of that course.
                                                                                               Students may contact the Faculty for further information on physical activity
 O PHIL 200 Metaphysics                                                                        requirements and are encouraged to seek medical advice if necessary.
Œ3 (fi 6) (either term, 3-0-0). Basic questions concerning the nature of reality.
                                                                                           (2) Activity-course dress requirements for first class: Students are expected to
Topics may include existence, materialism and idealism, freedom and determinism,
                                                                                               attend the first class of any activity course appropriately dressed for activity
appearance and reality, causality, identity, time and space, universals and
                                                                                               participation.
particulars.
                                                                                           (3) These courses may require the payment of additional miscellaneous fees.
 O PHIL 205 Philosophy of Mind                                                                 See Miscellaneous Fees section for details.
Œ3 (fi 6) (either term, 3-0-0). Basic questions concerning the mind and our
attempts to study it scientifically.                                                       Undergraduate Courses
 O PHIL 250 Ethics
Œ3 (fi 6) (either term, 3-0-0). An examination of questions of right and wrong,             O PAC 110 Aquatics
good and evil, and reasons for action, through the study of ethical thought of             Œ1.5 (fi 3) (either term, 0-3L-0). Development of proficiency in swimming and
authors such as Plato, Aristotle, Hobbes, Kant, and Mill.                                  aquatic skills and the examination of theoretical aspects of aquatics. Prerequisite:
                                                                                           Aquaquest Level 8, or RLSS Lifesaving II, or YMCA Level 3, or Red Cross Level
 O PHIL 265 Philosophy of Science                                                          Blue, or the ability to swim front and back crawl efficiently.
Œ3 (fi 6) (either term, 3-0-0). An introduction to the central issues in contemporary
philosophy of science. Topics may include theory evaluation, paradigm shifts and            O PAC 135 Tennis
theory change, laws of nature, causation and explanation, the rationality of science       Œ1.5 (fi 3) (either term, 0-3L-0). Acquisition of theoretical knowledge and
and its social and historical setting.                                                     personal skill in the basic Tennis strokes (forehand, backhand, serve, and volley)
                                                                                           and strategies. Note: Students must provide their own racquets, balls, and non-
 O PHIL 357 Philosophy of Religion                                                         marking Tennis shoes.
Œ3 (fi 6) (either term, 3-0-0). General topics in the Philosophy of Religion,
which may include the concept of ‘religion,’ the existence of God, meaning and              O PAC 145 Golf
intelligibility in religious language, religion and morality, implications of the social   Œ1.5 (fi 3) (Spring/Summer, 0-3L-0). Acquisition of theoretical knowledge and
scientific study of religion.                                                              personal skill in driving, chipping, pitching and putting. Note 1: Students are
                                                                                           responsible for the purchase of golf balls at the practice range. Note 2: Students
 O PHIL 386 Philosophy and Health Care                                                     can rent equipment from the local golf course.
Œ3 (fi 6) (either term, 3-0-0). A philosophical examination of concepts and issues
central to knowledge and practice of health care. Topics may include: rights               PAC 156 Yoga for Beginners
and responsibilities of patients and health care personnel, passive and active             Œ1.5 (fi 3) (either term, 0-3L-0). This course is designed to introduce students to
euthanasia, abortion, research and experimentation, disclosure of diagnosis and            fundamental yoga postures while developing a basic appreciation of yoga theory
risks, death and suffering.                                                                as it pertains to health and wellness.
                                                                                           PAC 182 Indoor Wall Climbing
Philosophy (from within the Roman Catholic Tradition)                                      Œ1.5 (fi 3) (either term, 0-3L-0). Acquisition of theoretical knowledge and personal
St Joseph’s College                                                                        skill in basic climbing techniques, rope management, and belays. Note: Equipment
                                                                                           is available for rent from Urban Uprising.
Notes                                                                                      O PAC 197 Selected Topics in Physical Activity - Level I
(1) The following courses can be used as Arts options.                                     Œ1.5 (fi 3) (either term, 0-3L-0). Note: Topics may vary from year to year.
(2) For Christian Theology courses offered by St Joseph’s College, see Christian
                                                                                           PAC 325 The Study of Games for Children and Youth
    Theology (CHRTC), at St Joseph’s College .
                                                                                           Œ3 (fi 6) (either term, 1-2s-0). An in-depth study of games played by children
 O PHIL 269 Moral Issues in a Christian Context                                            and youth in informal situations and in organized programs. Opportunities to
                                                                                           observe and work with children and youth will be provided. Prerequisite: One of
Œ3 (fi 6) (either term, 3-0-0). Critical philosophical reflection on contemporary
                                                                                           PAC 101, PEDS 293, 294 or 338.
social and moral issues.
                                                                                            O PAC 345 Analysis and Instruction of Golf
PHIL 379 Philosophy and Nursing I: Christian Perspectives
                                                                                           Œ3 (fi 6) (Spring/Summer, 0-3L-0). The theory, practice, and teaching of the
Œ1.5 (fi 3) (either term, 18 hours). Examining traditional applications of moral
                                                                                           fundamental skills of Golf. Note 1: Students are responsible for the purchase of
philosophy to issues in healthcare from a Christian perspective. Topics may
                                                                                           golf balls at the practice range. Note 2: Students can rent equipment from the
include professionalism, confidentiality, nurse-patient relationships, and principled
                                                                                           local golf course. Prerequisite: PAC 145.
approaches to bioethics. Note: Open only to students registered in the BScN-
Collaborative program. Not available for credit to students who have completed              O PAC 355 The Theory and Practice of Yoga
PHIL 388.                                                                                  Œ3 (fi 6) (either term, 0-3L-0). Emphasis on philosophy, scientific basis and
                                                                                           unique yoga approach to fitness and stress management along with practice
PHIL 389 Philosophy and Nursing II: Christian Perspectives
                                                                                           of yoga asanas.
Œ1.5 (fi 3) (either term, 18 hours). Examining moral and social issues surrounding
the goals of nursing and of healthcare from a Christian perspective, using traditional     PAC 356 Yoga for Stress Management
bioethics principles and complementary approaches (e.g. ethics of care, virtue             Œ3 (fi 6) (either term, 0-3L-0). The purpose of the course is to: a) develop an
ethics, etc.). Topics may include death and dying, allocation of scarce resources,         understanding of stress, its causes and its effects on the human body; b) to
issues in paediatric care, and global health issues. Note: Open only to students           comprehend the principles of yoga practices and their application in managing
registered in the BScN-Collaborative program. Not available for credit to students         stress; and c) to learn and practice specific yoga exercises for stress management.
who have completed PHIL 398.
                                                                                           PAC 365 The Study of Gymnastics for Children and Youth
    Note: For Christian Theology courses offered by St Joseph’s College, see               Œ3 (fi 6) (either term, 1-2s-0). A study of a variety of gymnastic programs from the
Christian Theology (CHRTC), St Joseph’s College (from within the Roman Catholic            perspective of their potential to meet the needs of children and youth at various
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                                                               ages. Class members will be required to plan, present, and evaluate gymnastic             PEDS 440 Advanced Athletic Therapy Methods and Techniques
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                                                               activities for children and youth. Prerequisite: One of PAC 101, PEDS 293 or 294.         Œ3 (fi 6) (either term, 3-0-0). Recognition of the potentially serious injury. Advanced
                                                                                                                                                         prevention, treatment, and sport-specific rehabilitative methods and techniques
                                                               PAC 490 Applied Resistance Training
                                                                                                                                                         in athletic therapy. Prerequisites: PEDS 100 and PEDS 240.
                                                               Œ3 (fi 6) (either term, 0-3L-0). The scientific examination of resistance training
                                                               as an applied training methodology for general conditioning and sport-specific            PEDS 446 Coaching Practicum III
                                                               enhancement. Emphasis on resistance training techniques, lifting mechanics,               Œ6 (fi 12) (variable, variable). Students will be required to coach for a complete
                                                               program design and implementation will be the core element. Supplementary                 season, preferably as a Head Coach, in a program approved by the student’s
                                                               topics include plyometric training, Olympic lifts, and selected population program        Mentor Coach. The purpose of this practicum is to provide the students with the
                                                               modifications. Prerequisite: PEDS 335.                                                    practical coaching experience of running their own program for one complete
                                                                                                                                                         season. It is intended to familiarize the students with the demands of being a
                                                                                                                                                         Head Coach. Note: at least 250 hours of outside-classroom time is required.
                                                               Physical Education and Sport, PEDS                                                        Prerequisite: PEDS 346.
                                                               Faculty of Physical Education and Recreation                                              PEDS 471 Active Living for Individuals with Developmental Disabilities
                                                                                                                                                         Œ3 (fi 6) (either term, 2-0-2). An in-depth review of characteristics of children with
                                                               Undergraduate Courses                                                                     movement difficulties as well as persons with mental deficiency with implications
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                                                                                                                                                         for program planning and service delivery. Prerequisite: PERLS 207.
                                                               PEDS 100 Structural Anatomy                                                               PEDS 490 Professional Practicum
                                                               Œ3 (fi 6) (either term, 3-0-2). Introductory study of human anatomy. Students learn       Œ6 (fi 12) (variable, variable). A half-time Professional Practicum that may run
                                                               structural and functional components of selected systems of the human body.               for a single term for 20 hours per week, two terms for 10 hours per week, or the
                                                               PEDS 205 Introduction to Outdoor Environmental Education                                  equivalent time. Students must apply to the Practicum Supervisor. A limited number
                                                               Œ3 (fi 6) (either term, 0-4L-0). A conceptual and experiential introduction to outdoor    of placements are available. Note: Students will not be allowed to register in more
                                                               environmental education and leadership. In addition to weekly lecture and lab             than Œ9 concurrently with PEDS 490 unless approved by the Practicum Supervisor.
                                                               components, the course includes weekend commitments. Note: Requires payment               PEDS 491 Professional Practicum
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                                                               of additional student instructional support fees. Refer to the Fees Payment Guide         Œ12 (fi 24) (variable, variable). Fourteen weeks of professional experience in a
                                                               in the University Regulations and Information for Students section of the Calendar.       full-time (approximately 35 - 40 hours per week) route-related placement. Students
                                                               PEDS 206 Biomechanics                                                                     must apply to the Practicum Supervisor. A limited number of placements are
                                                               Œ3 (fi 6) (either term, 3-0-0). A systematic procedure for qualitative analysis           available. Note: Students will not be allowed to register in any other course in
                                                               of human motion is presented. Students proceed from the identification of                 conjunction with PEDS 491 unless approved by the Practicum Supervisor.
                                                               mechanical principles governing motion through to the formation of deterministic          PEDS 497 Selected Topics in Physical Education and Sport
                                                               models and observational strategies. A weekly one-hour optional tutorial session          Œ3 (fi 6) (either term, variable). A course offered on a topic of current interest
                                                               will be scheduled.                                                                        in physical education and sport. Topics may vary from year to year. Prerequisite:
                                                               PEDS 246 Coaching Practicum I                                                             consent of Faculty.
                                                               Œ3 (fi 6) (variable, variable). Students will be required to coach for a complete
                                                               season in a program approved by the student’s Mentor Coach. The purpose of
                                                               the practicum is to provide the student with a practical coaching experience              Physical Education, Recreation and Leisure
                                                               under the guidance of a Program Coach. It is intended to introduce the student
                                                               to the demands of the profession of coaching. Note: at least 100 hours of outside-        Studies, PERLS
                                                               classroom time is required. Corequisite: PEDS 245 or 345.                                 Faculty of Physical Education and Recreation
                                                               PEDS 293 Introduction to the Movement Activities of Children
                                                               Œ3 (fi 6) (either term, 1.5-0-2). A study of developmentally appropriate movement         Undergraduate Courses
                                                               activities for children. Students will participate and work with children in a variety
                                                               of physical activities in recreational, educational and sport environments.                O PERLS 104 Introduction to Sociocultural Aspects of Leisure and
                                                                                                                                                         Sport
                                                                O PEDS 303 Psychology of Sport and Physical Activity                                     Œ3 (fi 6) (either term, 2-1s-0). The study of play, physical education, recreation,
                                                               Œ3 (fi 6) (either term, 3-0-0). This course introduces the student to select              sport, and leisure as institutionalized ways in which society organizes and teaches
                                                               psychological theory as it relates to sport and physical activity. Psychological          attitudes and skills. Provides an introduction to the importance of sociocultural
                                                               constructs along with their theoretical perspectives will be viewed within a cognitive,   inquiry and the notion of being critical as an empowering process.
                                                               emotional, and behavioral framework. An analytical approach is encouraged.
                                                                                                                                                          O PERLS 105 Introduction to the Management of Sport, Physical
                                                               PEDS 307 Physical Growth and Psychomotor Development                                      Activity and Recreation Programs
                                                               Œ3 (fi 6) (either term, 3-0-0). A study of the sequential changes in physical growth      Œ3 (fi 6) (either term, 3-0-1). Provides students with an introduction to the
                                                               and motor development with emphasis on individual differences.                            management concepts required to successfully administer a sport, recreation
                                                               PEDS 334 Body Composition, Nutrition and Physical Activity                                or physical activity.
                                                               Œ3 (fi 6) (either term, 3-0-0). Emphasis on assessment and evaluation of body              O PERLS 207 Physical Activity and Leisure for Special Populations
                                                               composition. Other topics include the regulation of body composition, nutritional         Œ3 (fi 6) (either term, 3-0-0). An introduction into the current trends in the theory
                                                               requirements for athletes, eating disorders, and obesity. Prerequisite: PEDS 200          and practice in physical education and recreation from special groups. The course
                                                               (no concurrent registration).                                                             includes a survey of special populations and their implications for service delivery.
                                                               PEDS 335 Advanced Conditioning Methodology                                                PERLS 440 Play Around the World Program Preparation
                                                               Œ3 (fi 6) (either term, 3-0-0). A survey of the theoretical bases of conditioning         Œ3 (fi 6) (Spring/Summer, variable). The “Play Around the World” project provides
                                                               programs. The course emphasis is on the nature of physiological adaptation to             a 3-month internationally based, cross-cultural field placement working with
                                                               selected training regimens and the factors which influence the adaptive process.          underserved populations in the area of play, recreation and sport. Students apply
                                                               Prerequisite: PEDS 200 (no concurrent registration).                                      and are selected in Fall term, and then have a significant time commitment during
                                                               PEDS 346 Coaching Practicum II                                                            the Winter term to prepare for their Intersession field placement. Travel takes
                                                               Œ3 (fi 6) (variable, variable). Students will be required to coach for a complete         place May through August. This course represents the theoretical aspect of the
                                                               season, preferably with High Performance athletes, in a program approved by the           experience, and involves written and creative work in the area of programming
                                                               student’s Mentor Coach. The student should expect to assume more responsibility           in cross-cultural settings. Prerequisite: PERLS 497 (Play Leadership) is strongly
                                                               than in PEDS 246, either in program or athlete development. The guidance of a             recommended. Corequisite: PERLS 441
                                                               highly qualified Head Coach is essential. It is intended to introduce the student         PERLS 441 Play Around the World - Field Placement
                                                               to the demands of coaching in a High Performance-oriented program. Note: at               Œ3 (fi 6) (Spring/Summer, variable). The “Play Around the World” project
                                                               least 150 hours of outside-classroom time is required. Prerequisite: PEDS 246.            provides a 3-month internationally based, cross-cultural field placement working
                                                               PEDS 409 Introduction to Research                                                         with underserved populations in the area of play, recreation and sport. Students
                                                               Œ3 (fi 6) (either term, 3-0-0). An overview of research in physical education             apply and are selected in Fall term, and then have a significant time commitment
                                                               with emphasis on practical application of research techniques and designs. This           during the Winter term to prepare for their Intersession field placement. Travel
                                                               course is intended for students who possess a minimal knowledge of statistics.            takes place May through August. This course represents the experiential part of
                                                               Prerequisite: PEDS 309; or STAT 141 or 151.                                               the project. Prerequisite: PERLS 497 (Play Leadership) is strongly recommended.
                                                                                                                                                         Corequisite: PERLS 440


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PERLS 541 Social Cognitive Approaches to Health Promoting Behaviors                       Department of Physics
Œ3 (fi 6) (either term, 0-3s-0). This course will address social-cognitive theories as    Faculty of Science
they relate to behavioral change in the broad areas of health-promoting-behaviors
(HPBS) with particular emphasis on physical activity. The theories and models             Undergraduate Courses
to be covered will include Stages of Change, Social-Cognitive and Self-efficacy,
Reasoned Action and Planned behavior, Self-esteem (various), etc. The specific             O PHYS 124 Particles and Waves
context areas and order of classes will be determined in consultation with the class      Œ3 (fi 6) (either term, 3-0-3). Algebra-based course primarily for students in life,
members each term. Areas of common interest will be identified and used as the            environmental, and medical sciences. It guides the student through two distinct
basis for classes and examples throughout the term. The course is appropriate             types of motion: motion of matter (particles) and wave motion. Vectors, forces,
for individuals interested in social psychological and social-cognitive influences        bodies in equilibrium, review of kinematics and basic dynamics; conservation of
on health promoting behaviors and sport performance. May contain alternative              momentum and energy; circular motion; vibrations; elastic waves in matter; sound;
delivery sections; refer to the Fees Payment Guide in the University Regulations          wave optics; black body radiation, photons, de Broglie waves. Examples relevant
and Information for Students section of the Calendar.                                     in environmental, life, and medical sciences will be emphasized. Prerequisites:




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                                                                                          Physics 20 or equivalent, Pure Mathematics 30 or Mathematics 30-1. Physics 30
PERLS 590 Research and Directed Studies I
                                                                                          is strongly recommended. Note: Credit may be obtained for only one of PHYS
Œ3 (fi 6) (either term, 0-3s-0).
                                                                                          124, 144, EN PH 131 or SCI 100. Note: To proceed to PHYS 146 after taking
PERLS 900 Directed Research Project                                                       PHYS 124, it is strongly recommended that a minimum grade of B- be achieved
Œ6 (fi 12) (variable, unassigned). A significant piece of scholarly writing. This         in PHYS 124.
course used by course-based Master’s students.
                                                                                            O PHYS 126 Fluids, Fields, and Radiation
                                                                                          Œ3 (fi 6) (either term, 3-0-3). A continuation of PHYS 124 primarily for students in
Physical Therapy, PTHER                                                                   life, environmental, and medical science. Fluid statics and dynamics, gases, kinetic
                                                                                          interpretation; electrostatics; currents and circuits; magnetic field; electromagnetic
Department of Physical Therapy                                                            induction; nuclear radiation, its interaction with matter and applications. Prerequisite:
Faculty of Rehabilitation Medicine                                                        PHYS 124 or PHYS 144. Note: Credit may be obtained for only one of PHYS 126,
                                                                                          130, 146 or SCI 100.
    Note: All PTHER courses are open to PT students only.

Graduate Courses                                                                          Political Science, POL S
PTHER 518 Clinical Placement II                                                           Department of Political Science
Œ1-6 (variable) (either term or Spring/Summer, 6 weeks). Credit. Clinical practice        Faculty of Arts
in approved clinical affiliations.
PTHER 522 Clinical Placement V                                                            Undergraduate Courses
Œ1-6 (variable) (either term or Spring/Summer, 6 weeks). Credit. Clinical practice in
approved clinical affiliations. Can be combined with INT D 411 for an interdisciplinary    O POL S 101 Introduction to Politics
placement for a combined weighting.                                                       Œ3 (fi 6) (either term, 3-0-0). An introduction to major political concepts and to
                                                                                          the study of politics. Note: Not open to students with credit in POL S 100 or 103.
PTHER 523 Clinical Placement VI
Œ1-6 (variable) (either term, 6 weeks). Credit. Clinical practice in approved clinical     O POL S 210 History of Political Thought
affiliations. Can be combined with INT D 411 for an interdisciplinary placement           Œ6 (fi 12) (two term, 3-0-0). An historical and critical survey of the development
for a combined weighting.                                                                 of political and social philosophy from ancient Greece to the present time, with
                                                                                          selected readings from major political writers. Note: This is the core course in
PTHER 525 Professional Issues II - Health Care, Ethics and Medical-                       the field of political philosophy and the prerequisite for 400-level courses in the
Legal Issues                                                                              field. Prerequisite: POL S 101 or consent of Department.
Œ2 (fi 4) (either term or Spring/Summer, 3-5s-0 in 3 weeks). Credit. Continuation
of the study of professional issues relevant to the practice of physical therapy.          O POL S 220 Canadian National Government and Politics
Ethical, cultural, medical-legal and regulatory issues and their impact on professional   Œ6 (fi 12) (two term, 3-0-0). The structure and function of the government of
practice. Prerequisites: INT D 410 and PTHER 524.                                         Canada, especially of the Commons, Senate, Cabinet System, Civil Service, and
                                                                                          the role of political parties. Note: This is the core course in the field of Canadian
PTHER 537 Integrated Practice IV                                                          government and politics and a prerequisite for most 400-level courses in the field.
Œ3 (fi 6) (either term or Spring/Summer, 0-10s-0 in 4 weeks). Self-directed               Prerequisite: POL S 101 or consent of Department.
learning applied to complex client scenarios across the continuum of care. Critical
thinking skills are required to integrate knowledge of clinical skills, research          POL S 230 Introduction to Comparative Politics: Global North
application, measurement, evaluation and professional issues. Prerequisite: INT           Œ3 (fi 6) (either term, 3-0-0). Historical and contemporary comparisons among
D 410, PTHER 526, 536 and 548.                                                            selected Northern countries. Political institutions, social change, development, and
                                                                                          democratization. Note: This is a core course in the field comparative politics and
PTHER 542 Critical Appraisal II                                                           the prerequisite for many 300- and 400-level courses in the field. Not open to
Œ2 (fi 4) (either term or Spring/Summer, 2-6S-0 4 wks). Identification and                students with credit in POL S 200. Prerequisite: POL S 101 or consent of Department.
evaluation of best evidence for a client observed during clinical placement. Critical
appraisal methodologies such as single subject design, critically appraised topics,       POL S 240 Introduction to Comparative Politics: Global South
systematic review and clinical practice guidelines will be introduced and applied         Œ3 (fi 6) (either term, 3-0-0). Historical and contemporary comparisons among
to the clinical context. Prerequisite: PTHER 541.                                         selected Southern countries. Political institutions, social change, development, and
                                                                                          democratization. Note: This is a core course in the field of comparative politics
PTHER 558 Medications in Physical Therapy                                                 and the prerequisite for many 300- and 400-level courses in the field. Not open
Œ2 (fi 4) (either term or Spring/Summer, 20 Hours in 4 weeks). Pharmacology               to students with credit in POL S 200. Prerequisite: POL S 101 or consent of
and management of medications commonly seen in physical therapy.                          Department.
PTHER 562 Diagnostic Imaging                                                               O POL S 260 International Relations
Œ2 (fi 4) (either term or Spring/Summer, 1.5-1.5s-0 in 6 weeks). Introduction             Œ6 (fi 12) (two term, 3-0-0). An introduction to contemporary international
to current diagnostic imaging techniques encountered and utilized by physical             relations that attempts to develop an understanding of political events at the
therapists. Content will include the theoretical and physical principles of select        international level. The course covers the nature of foreign policy, the dynamics
ionizing and non-ionizing radiographic techniques and other diagnostic procedures         of interactions between states, the causes of war, imperialism and the role of
and indications and processes involved in ordering diagnostic images                      non-state actors. Note: This is the core course in the field of international relations
PTHER 900 Major Project                                                                   and a prerequisite for most 400-level courses in the field. Prerequisite: POL S
Œ3 (fi 6) (either term, unassigned). Credit. This capping exercise has 2 components:      101 or consent of Department.
a practical examination of clinical skills and a group written evaluative project.        POL S 327 Aboriginal Peoples and Politics in Canada
Prerequisite: PTHER 551and 552.                                                           Œ3 (fi 6) (either term, 3-0-0). This course is an examination of different historical
                                                                                          and contemporary issues associated with Aboriginal politics. Prerequisite: One of
                                                                                          POL S 220, NS 210, or 211.



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                                                               POL S 354 Topics in Comparative Politics                                                    theoretical points of view and research relevant to the major problems of the
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                                                               Œ3 (fi 6) (either term, 3-0-0). The focus of this course changes yearly to reflect          study of personality. Prerequisites: PSYCO 104 or SCI 100, and PSYCO 105 or
                                                               current issues in comparative politics and faculty research interests. Information          equivalent. [Faculty of Arts]
                                                               about the specific topics can be obtained from the Department. A variable content
                                                                                                                                                            O PSYCO 241 Social Psychology
                                                               course, which may be repeated if topics vary. Prerequisite: POL S 230 or 240 or
                                                                                                                                                           Œ3 (fi 6) (either term, 3-0-0). A survey of theories and research on the individual
                                                               consent of Department.
                                                                                                                                                           in a social context. Prerequisites: PSYCO 104 or SCI 100, and PSYCO 105 or
                                                               POL S 359 Topics in International Politics                                                  equivalent. Note: PSYCO 241 and SOC 241 may not both be taken for credit.
                                                               Œ3 (fi 6) (either term, 3-0-0). This course examines contemporary controversies             [Faculty of Arts]
                                                               in international politics. Information about specific topics are available from the
                                                                                                                                                            O PSYCO 258 Cognitive Psychology
                                                               Department. A variable content course, which may be repeated if topics vary.
                                                                                                                                                           Œ3 (fi 6) (either term, 3-0-0). A survey of findings of theoretical issues in the study
                                                               Prerequisite: POL S 260 or consent of Department.
                                                                                                                                                           of cognition, such as perception, attention, knowledge representation, memory,
                                                               POL S 380 Politics in the Middle East                                                       learning, language, reasoning, and problem solving. Prerequisites: PSYCO 104 or
                                                               Œ3 (fi 6) (either term, 3-0-0). Evolution, future, and global significance of Middle        SCI 100, and STAT 141 OR 151. [Faculty of Arts]
                                                               Eastern regional politics. Prerequisite: POL S 240 or consent of Department.
                                                                                                                                                            O PSYCO 323 Perceptual and Cognitive Development
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                                                               POL S 404 Topics in Political Philosophy                                                    Œ3 (fi 6) (either term, 3-0-0). The development of the ability to process information
                                                               Œ3 (fi 6) (either term, 0-3s-0). A variable content course, which may be repeated           from the environment including topics such as attention, memory, and concept
                                                               if topics vary. Prerequisite: POL S 210 or equivalent.                                      formation in infants and young children. Prerequisite: PSYCO 223. [Faculty of Arts]
                                                               POL S 477 Topics in Islamic Politics                                                         O PSYCO 327 Adolescent Development
                                                               Œ3 (fi 6) (either term, 3-0-0). Political ideas and practice in Islamic countries,          Œ3 (fi 6) (either term, 3-0-0). Biological, cognitive, and social aspects of development
                                                               including historical and contemporary constructions of Islam. A variable content            that occur during the period from early to late adolescence. Prerequisite: PSYCO
                                                               course, which may be repeated if topics vary. Prerequisite: POL S 240 or 380 or             223. [Faculty of Arts]
                                                               consent of Department.
                                                                                                                                                            O PSYCO 339 Abnormal Psychology
                                                               POL S 486 Topics in European Politics                                                       Œ3 (fi 6) (either term, 3-0-0). Nature and treatment of psychological disorders, such
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                                                               Œ3 (fi 6) (either term, 0-3s-0). Current debates in Europe, including the emergence         as cross-disciplinary perspectives and an emphasis on improving understanding
                                                               of new radical right parties, green parties and movements, market liberalization            of psychopathology in everyday life. Prerequisite: At least one 200-level PSYCO
                                                               and political change in Eastern and Central Europe, and the resurgence of                   (PSYCO 233 and 275 recommended). [Faculty of Arts]
                                                               nationalist discourses. A variable content course, which may be repeated if topics
                                                                                                                                                            O PSYCO 341 Cultural Psychology
                                                               vary. Prerequisite: POL S 230 or consent of Department.
                                                                                                                                                           Œ3 (fi 6) (either term, 3-0-0). An introduction to psychological approaches to
                                                               POL S 487 Topics in European Union Politics                                                 the study of culture, including cross-cultural psychology, cultural psychology,
                                                               Œ3 (fi 6) (either term, 0-3s-0). A variable content course, which may be repeated           indigenous psychologies, and the psychology of ethnicity and intercultural contact.
                                                               if topics vary. Prerequisite: POL S 230 or consent of the Department.                       Prerequisites: one of PSYCO 223, 233, or 241. [Faculty of Arts]
                                                                                                                                                            O PSYCO 405 Special Topics in Psychology II
                                                               Graduate Courses                                                                            Œ3 (fi 6) (either term, 3-0-0). Review and discussion of special theoretical or
                                                                                                                                                           methodological topics, or a novel or emerging research areas in contemporary
                                                                    Note: Consent of Department is required for all 500- and 600-level courses.
                                                                                                                                                           psychology. Prerequisites: PSYCO 104 or SCI 100, and PSYCO 105, and STAT 141
                                                               POL S 571 Topics in Comparative Politics: Comparative Development                           or 151. Note: Consult with the Department for the specific topic offered each
                                                               Œ3 (fi 6) (either term, 0-3s-0).                                                            year and any additional prerequisites. [Faculty of Arts]
                                                               POL S 580 European Politics                                                                  O PSYCO 432 Psychological Studies of Dreaming
                                                               Œ3 (fi 6) (either term, 0-3s-0).                                                            Œ3 (fi 6) (either term, 3-0-0). An overview of dream studies, including the
                                                                                                                                                           psychobiology of dreaming, dreaming and cognition, personality and dreaming,
                                                               POL S 900 Directed Research Project
                                                                                                                                                           therapeutic dream use, and dreams in art and culture. Prerequisites: one of PSYCO
                                                               Œ3 (fi 6) (variable, unassigned).
                                                                                                                                                           223, 233, 241, or 341. [Faculty of Arts]
                                                                                                                                                            O PSYCO 435 Introduction to Clinical Psychology
                                                               Psychology, PSYCO                                                                           Œ3 (fi 6) (either term, 3-0-0). The study of the profession of clinical psychology,
                                                                                                                                                           including topics such as using case studies to examine diagnosis and assessment,
                                                               Department of Psychology                                                                    judgement and decision making, and psychotherapeutic and community
                                                               Faculties of Arts and Science                                                               interventions. Prerequisite: PSYCO 339. [Faculty of Arts]

                                                               Undergraduate Courses                                                                        O PSYCO 436 Psychology of Self-Estrangement
                                                                                                                                                           Œ3 (fi 6) (either term, 3-0-0). Basic description of self-deception and self-
                                                                                                                                                           estrangement in psychoanalytic and existential humanistic theories. Discussion
                                                               Faculty of Arts Courses                                                                     of basic determinants of self-deception and, alternatively, self-awareness, as well
                                                                                                                                                           as considerations of the methods of inquiry appropriate to the area. Prerequisite:
                                                                   Note: Prerequisites to some Arts courses in the Department may be found                 PSYCO 339. [Faculty of Arts]
                                                               in the following Science section of this listing.
                                                                                                                                                           PSYCO 498 Individual Study
                                                                O PSYCO 105 Individual and Social Behavior                                                 Œ3 (fi 6) (either term, 0-3s-3). A course intended to allow the senior undergraduate
                                                               Œ3 (fi 6) (either term, 3-0-1/4). Introduction to the study of human individuality,         student the opportunity to pursue a research topic in greater depth than the
                                                               personality, and social psychological processes. Some aspects of normal and                 classroom structure permits. This pursuit may take the form of directed reading,
                                                               abnormal human development, psychological assessment and treatment may                      library research, and/or laboratory experience. A formal paper, research proposal,
                                                               be reviewed. Fulfillment of the ¼ laboratory credit typically entails serving as a          research report, annotated bibliography, lab notes, and/or essay is required.
                                                               research participant but can be fulfilled through the completion of alternative             Cannot be taken more than twice. Prerequisites: A 300-level psychology course
                                                               assignments. Prerequisite: PSYCO 104 or SCI 100. [Faculty of Arts]                          and consent of Department. [Faculty of Arts]
                                                               PSYCO 106 Psychological Principles for Nursing
                                                               Œ3 (fi 6) (second term, 3-0-0). Psychological principles and processes as they              Faculty of Science Courses
                                                               relate to training, including research, design and analysis, lifespan development,
                                                               memory and cognitive processing, social psychological processes, personality,                O PSYCO 104 Basic Psychological Processes
                                                               psychological disorders and their treatment. Note: Open only to students enrolled           Œ3 (fi 6) (either term, 3-0-1/4). Principles and development of perception, motivation,
                                                               in Nursing. Not open to students with credit in PSYCO 104 or SCI 100, or PSYCO              learning, and thinking and their relationship to the psychological functioning of
                                                               105. [Faculty of Arts]                                                                      the individual. Fulfillment of the 1/4 laboratory credit typically entails serving as
                                                                                                                                                           a research participant, but can be fulfilled through the completion of alternative
                                                                O PSYCO 223 Developmental Psychology                                                       assignments. The course is a prerequisite to all courses in the department and
                                                               Œ3 (fi 6) (either term, 3-0-0). Biological, cognitive and social aspects of psychological   is normally followed by PSYCO 105. [Faculty of Science]
                                                               development with special emphasis on infancy, childhood and adolescence.
                                                               Prerequisites: PSYCO 104 or SCI 100, and PSYCO 105 or equivalent. [Faculty of Arts]          O PSYCO 267 Perception
                                                                                                                                                           Œ3 (fi 6) (either term, 3-0-0). An introduction to theoretical and experimental
                                                               O PSYCO 233 Personality                                                                     issues associated with sensory and perceptual experience. Prerequisites: PSYCO
                                                               Œ3 (fi 6) (either term, 3-0-0). An introductory survey including representative             104 or SCI 100 and STAT 141 or 151. [Faculty of Science]

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Œ3 (fi 6) (either term, 3-0-0). An introduction to brain mechanisms involved in            Œ3-6 (variable) (variable, 0-3s-0).
sensation, perception, movement, motivation, learning, and cognition, as studied
                                                                                           PHS 709 Individual Directed Reading and Research in Health Services
in both humans and lower animals. Prerequisites: PSYCO 104 or SCI 100 and
                                                                                           Administration
Biology 30 or equivalent. [Faculty of Science]
                                                                                           Œ3 (fi 6) (either term, 0-3s-0).
 O PSYCO 281 Principles of Behavior
                                                                                           O PHS 799 Individual Directed Reading and Research in Epidemiology
Œ3 (fi 6) (either term, 3-0-0). An introduction to behavior change techniques. The
                                                                                           Œ3 (fi 6) (either term, 0-3s-0).
course will examine how contingencies of the environment affect the behavior of
organisms. Prerequisite: PSYCO 104 or SCI 100. [Faculty of Science]
PSYCO 299 Research Opportunity Program in Psychology
Œ1.5 (fi 3) (either term, 0-0-3). A credit/no-credit course for supervised participation
                                                                                           Recreation and Leisure Studies, RLS
in a faculty research project. Normally taken after completion of a minimum of Œ30         Faculty of Physical Education and Recreation
but not more than Œ60. Prerequisites: GPA of 2.5 or higher, PSYCO 104 or SCI               Notes
100 and one other PSYCO course; and consent of Department. Specific projects               (1) Priority will be given to recreation students in all recreation courses that are
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ROPP website or Department of Psychology. Prospective enrollees in PSYCO 299               (2) All out-of-Faculty students are recommended to complete RLS 100 in order
must apply to the Department of Psychology. Note: Application does not guarantee               to take any other recreation course.
an ROPP position. Credit may be obtained twice. [Faculty of Science]                       (3) Where an appropriate background can be demonstrated, prerequisites may
 O PSYCO 302 Special Topics in Psychological Research                                          be waived, with the consent of the Faculty.
Œ3 (fi 6) (either term, 3-0-0). Review and discussion of special topics or methods
in one or more of the areas of contemporary psychology such as experimental,               Undergraduate Courses
perception, physiological, learning, memory, behavior, quantitative. Prerequisites:
PSYCO 104 or SCI 100 and PSYCO 105 and one 200-level Psychology course.                     O RLS 100 Life, Leisure, and the Pursuit of Happiness
Students must check with the Department for the topics for the year and any                Œ3 (fi 6) (either term, 3-0-0). Examination of the nature, characteristics, and
additional prerequisites. [Faculty of Science]                                             functions of leisure in modern Canada. Review of relationships between leisure and
                                                                                           time, play, work, family, education, ethnicity, gender, and environment. Discussion
 O PSYCO 371 The Neurobiology of Learning and Memory
                                                                                           of ideas about conventional leisure, serious leisure, and deviant leisure. Overview
Œ3 (fi 6) (either term, 3-0-0). The aim of this course is to provide students with
                                                                                           of the structure of the Canadian recreation and tourism delivery systems.
an introduction to the neural basis of learning and memory. The course begins
with a review of the historical background, experimental methods, and principles           RLS 441 Practicum Seminar
of neurobiology. Learning and memory are then analyzed at different levels of              Œ3 (fi 6) (either term, 0-3s-0). A seminar, taken concurrently with RLS 449,
biological organization, including molecular, cellular, neural circuit, neural system,     which seeks to relate the professional work experience to the academic and
and behavioral levels. Prerequisite: PSYCO 275. [Faculty of Science]                       professional preparation elements within the BA program. Students will not be
                                                                                           allowed to register in any other course in conjunction with RLS 441/449 unless
PSYCO 377 Human Neuropsychology
                                                                                           approved by the Practicum Supervisor.
Œ3 (fi 6) (either term, 3-0-0). Brain basis of cognition viewed through the lens of
patients with brain damage. Topics include mood, motivation, perception, motor             RLS 449 Professional Practicum
control, attention, memory, language, assessment and rehabilitation. Prerequisite:         Œ12 (fi 24) (either term, 14 weeks). Fourteen weeks of professional experience
PSYCO 275. [Faculty of Science]                                                            in full-time placement. Must be taken concurrently with RLS 441. Students will
                                                                                           not be allowed to register in any other course in conjunction with RLS 441/449
 O PSYCO 381 Principles of Learning
                                                                                           unless approved by the Practicum Supervisor.
Œ3 (fi 6) (either term, 3-0-0). Principles and processes of learning including
a consideration of classical conditioning, instrumental learning, and memory.
Research involving non-human animals will be emphasized. Prerequisites: STAT
141 or 151 and PSYCO 281. [Faculty of Science]                                             Rehabilitation Medicine, REHAB
PSYCO 403 Recent Advances in Experimental Psychology: Models and                           Faculty of Rehabilitation Medicine
Theories                                                                                       Note: Normally all REHAB courses are restricted to students in Rehabilitation
Œ3 (fi 6) (either term, 3-0-0). Discussion of advanced concepts and theories               Medicine. Students from other faculties require consent of the instructor offering
developed by selected fields within experimental psychology. The course will               the course.
examine the relation between theory and data in these fields. Prerequisites:
STAT 141 or 151 and a 300-level PSYCO course. Students must check with the                 Undergraduate Courses
Department for the topics for the year and any additional prerequisites. [Faculty
of Science]                                                                                 O REHAB 350 Structural Human Anatomy
PSYCO 496 Individual Research                                                              Œ3 (fi 6) (either term, 3-0-0). An in-depth study of the gross anatomy of the
                                                                                           upper and lower extremities, trunk, head and neck.
Œ3 (fi 6) (either term, 0-3s-3). A course designed to allow the senior undergraduate
student the opportunity to pursue a research topic in greater depth than the
classroom structure permits. This pursuit may take the form of directed reading,           Graduate Courses
library research, and/or laboratory experience. A formal paper, research proposal,
                                                                                           REHAB 535 The Nature of Pain
research report, annotated bibliography, lab notes, and/or essay is required.
                                                                                           Œ3 (fi 15) (either term or Spring/Summer, 3-0-0). Pain is a major factor impacting
Cannot be taken more than twice. Prerequisite: A 300-level psychology course
                                                                                           quality of life and will continue to become more so as the average lifespan
and consent of Department. [Faculty of Science]
                                                                                           increases. Understanding the multi-dimensional nature of pain and its broad
                                                                                           impact is critical to applying best practice in its assessment and treatment. This

Public Health Sciences, PHS                                                                course will explore the etiologies of various pain conditions, the prevalence of pain,
                                                                                           and ethical issues surrounding assessment and treatment. A range of theoretical
Department of Public Health Sciences                                                       perspectives underlying the individual’s experience of pain across the continuum
School of Public Health                                                                    from acute to complex/chronic will be presented. (This course is a prerequisite
                                                                                           for REHAB 536 and REHAB 537.)
Graduate Courses                                                                           REHAB 540 Stroke Rehabilitation: Best Practice and Critical Review of
                                                                                           the Evidence
 O PHS 509 Field Practicum                                                                 Œ3 (fi 15) (either term or Spring/Summer, 3-0-0). This course will focus on current
Œ6 (fi 12) (Spring/Summer, 16 weeks). Prerequisite: Completion of first year               knowledge of best practice in the area of stroke, as well as provide students with
course requirements.                                                                       critical appraisal skills that will sustain and further the acquisition of best practice
PHS 699 Use and Analysis of Linked Administrative Health Data                              information and principles in stroke rehabilitation. This evidence and best practice
Œ3 (fi 6) (Spring/Summer, 3-0-0). Administrative health data have been used                will be explored in the context of the stroke survivor, caregivers and rehabilitation
widely for decision making and research in Canada and the world. Analysis
of these data required knowledge of data features and unique analytical skills
since data are not collected for research purposes. This course will help hone
students data management and analytical skills to answer research questions
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                                                               REHAB 551 Speech Development, Assessment and Treatment                                    Faculty of Graduate Studies and Research
                                                               Considerations in the Francophone Context
                                                               Œ3 (fi 6) (Spring/Summer, 3-0-0). A study of the characteristics of the French            Graduate Courses
                                                               language. The course reviews appropriate assessment tools and treatment models
                                                                                                                                                         RSCH 900 Graduate Research
                                                               for children and adults with speech disorders. Clinical experience (10 hours) with
                                                                                                                                                         Œ9 (fi 1) (either term, unassigned). Restricted to Visiting Graduate Students at
                                                               Francophone clients is included. Restricted to MSc- SLP degree and SLP Certificate
                                                                                                                                                         the University of Alberta who are only conducting research. Approval of the
                                                               students. Prerequisite: REHAB 553. Instruction in French.
                                                                                                                                                         Department and the Faculty of Graduate Studies and Research required.
                                                               REHAB 553 Linguistic and Cultural Plurality Issues in the Francophone
                                                               Context
                                                               Œ3 (fi 6) (either term or Spring/Summer, 0-3L-0). A study of linguistic, social
                                                               and cultural issues that affect treatment of children and adults in plural language
                                                                                                                                                         Russian, RUSS
                                                               (particularly French-English) contexts. SPA 553 is also open to students with a           Department of Modern Languages and Cultural Studies
                                                               French background from other disciplines such as education, linguistics, psychology,      Faculty of Arts
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                                                               Instruction is in French.                                                                 consult the Department for proper placement. See Notes 1 - 3 under Russian
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                                                               Religious Studies, RELIG                                                                  Undergraduate Courses
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                                                                                                                                                          O RUSS 300 Russian: Learn it, Live it, Love it
                                                               Faculty of Arts
                                                                                                                                                         Œ6 (fi 12) (either term, 3-0-0). Intensive six-week course in Russian culture and
                                                                                                                                                         language taught in Russia. Prerequisite: RUSS 212 or consent of Department.
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                                                                O RELIG 212 Christian Traditions                                                         Œ3 (fi 6) (either term, 3-0-0).
                                                               Œ3 (fi 6) (either term, 3-0-0). A survey of the Christian traditions in historical
                                                               context. Note: Not open to students with credit in HIST 297 or ET RE 248.
                                                                O RELIG 277 Women and World Religions                                                    Sociology, SOC
                                                               Œ3 (fi 6) (either term, 3-0-0). Attitudes towards women in selected world                 Department of Sociology
                                                               religious traditions, specifically with respect to their participation in ritual and      Faculty of Arts
                                                               religious leadership.
                                                               RELIG 480 Directed Reading in Religious Studies                                           Undergraduate Courses
                                                               Œ3 (fi 6) (either term, 3-0-0). Prerequisite: consent of Program Coordinator.
                                                                                                                                                          O SOC 100 Introductory Sociology
                                                                                                                                                         Œ3 (fi 6) (either term, 3-0-0). An examination of the theory, methods, and
                                                               Renewable Resources, REN R                                                                substance of Sociology. The study of how societies are shaped including economy,
                                                                                                                                                         culture, socialization, deviance, stratification, and groups. The process of social
                                                               Department of Renewable Resources                                                         change through social movements, industrialization, etc. Note: Not to be taken
                                                               Faculty of Agricultural, Life and Environmental Sciences                                  by students with credit in SOC 300.
                                                                                                                                                          O SOC 102 Social Problems
                                                               Undergraduate Courses                                                                     Œ3 (fi 6) (either term, 3-0-0). The definition/development of social problems
                                                                                                                                                         and an examination of selected structural issues in various societies, including
                                                               REN R 250 Water Resource Management
                                                                                                                                                         inequality, population growth, environment, and human rights. Prerequisite: One
                                                               Œ3 (fi 6) (second term, 3-0-0). Global perspective of supply of and demand
                                                                                                                                                         of SOC 100 or 300.
                                                               for water, basic hydrologic principles, concepts in water management, human
                                                               intervention in the hydrologic cycle, and environmental issues related to this             O SOC 210 Introduction to Social Statistics
                                                               intervention. Prerequisite: Œ30 at the university level with at least Œ6 in the life or   Œ3 (fi 6) (either term, 3-0-2). Statistical reasoning and techniques used by
                                                               natural sciences. Credit will be given for only one of ENCS 203 and REN R 250.            sociologists to summarize data and test hypotheses. Topics include describing
                                                                                                                                                         distributions, cross-tabulations, scaling, probability, correlation/regression and
                                                               REN R 299 Environmental and Conservation Sciences and Forestry Field
                                                                                                                                                         non-parametric tests. Prerequisite: One of SOC 100 or 300. Note: This course is
                                                               School
                                                                                                                                                         intended primarily for students concentrating in Sociology.
                                                               Œ3 (fi 6) (Spring/Summer, 3 weeks). Combines the concepts, theories and
                                                               practices of environmental, conservation and forest sciences in an off-campus              O SOC 212 The Sociological Imagination
                                                               field experience. Field skill proficiency in planning, measurement, analysis and          Œ3 (fi 6) (either term, 3-0-0). What is society? What is sociology? An introduction
                                                               reporting is emphasized for biophysical and socioeconomic components of the               to sociological theorizing. Prerequisite: One of SOC 100 or 300.
                                                               environment. Prerequisites: Œ45 university credit and REN R 110. SOILS 210 and a
                                                                                                                                                          O SOC 224 Sociology of Deviance and Conformity
                                                               plant identification course are strongly recommended. Students must complete this
                                                                                                                                                         Œ3 (fi 6) (either term, 3-0-0). Processes involved in defining behavior patterns
                                                               course prior to completion of the final Œ30 of their program. Requires payment of
                                                                                                                                                         as deviant; factors which influence conformity and change; examination of such
                                                               additional student instructional support fees.” Refer to the Fees Payment Guide in
                                                                                                                                                         behavior patterns as sexuality, alcoholism, drug use, and selected mental and
                                                               the University Regulations and Information for Students section of the Calendar.
                                                                                                                                                         physical disabilities; public reaction to such behavior. Prerequisite: One of SOC
                                                               Consent of Instructor is required for students outside the Faculty of Agricultural,
                                                                                                                                                         100 or 300.
                                                               Life and Environmental Sciences. [Renewable Resources] Credit may not be
                                                               obtained in this course if previous credit has been obtained for ENCS 308 or               O SOC 225 Criminology
                                                               ENCS 207 or FOR 302/303/304.                                                              Œ3 (fi 6) (either term, 3-0-0). Examination and attempted explanation of crime
                                                                                                                                                         and juvenile delinquency, with an analysis of the social processes leading to
                                                                O REN R 401 Special Topics in Renewable Resources
                                                                                                                                                         criminal behavior. Prerequisite: One of SOC 100 or 300.
                                                               Œ3-6 (variable) (either term, variable). Directed study in the multiple aspects
                                                               of renewable resources. Open to third or fourth year students upon consent of              O SOC 241 Social Psychology
                                                               instructor. Sections may be offered in a Cost Recovery format at an increased rate        Œ3 (fi 6) (either term, 3-0-0). An introduction to the study of individual and
                                                               of fee assessment; refer to the Fees Payment Guide in the University Regulations          group behavior observed in social processes. Prerequisites: One of SOC 100 or
                                                               and Information for Students section of the Calendar.                                     300, or PSYCO 104 or 105. Note: SOC 241 and PSYCO 241 may not both be
                                                                                                                                                         taken for credit.
                                                               Graduate Courses                                                                           O SOC 251 Population and Society
                                                                                                                                                         Œ3 (fi 6) (either term, 3-0-0). Population trends, issues and concerns in
                                                                O REN R 501 Special Topics in Renewable Resources
                                                                                                                                                         Canada and international contexts; social and cultural factors underlying fertility,
                                                               Œ3-6 (variable) (either term, variable). Directed study in the multiple aspects of
                                                                                                                                                         mortality, and migration; urbanization; population change; population theory; and
                                                               renewable resources. Open to fourth year or graduate students upon consent
                                                                                                                                                         demographic analysis.
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SOC 269 Introductory Sociology of Globalization
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Œ3 (fi 6) (either term, 0-3s-0). Introduces various aspects of globalization and
its impact on our lives at local, national, and international levels. Prerequisite:       Department of Modern Languages and Cultural Studies
One of SOC 100 or 300.                                                                    Faculty of Arts
 O SOC 271 Introduction to the Family                                                        Note: Students with very good formal or informal background in Spanish
Œ3 (fi 6) (either term, 3-0-0). An introduction to the study of family relationships      should consult the Department for proper placement. See Notes 1 - 3 under
and their variant forms with focus on mate selection, couple, kin, age, and gender        Spanish listings in the University Calendar.
dynamics, family dissolution or reconstitution and change. A comparative approach
with emphasis on families in Canada. Prerequisite: One of SOC 100 or 300.                 Undergraduate Courses
 O SOC 301 Sociology of Gender
Œ3 (fi 6) (either term, 3-0-0). Comparative study of sex roles in selected societies       O SPAN 111 Beginners’ Spanish I
with an emphasis upon contemporary Canada; sex-specific role behaviors and                Œ3 (fi 6) (either term, 5-0-0). Intended for students with no previous knowledge of
theories regarding their origin; recent sociological research on the social effects       the language and designed to lead to a working knowledge of spoken and written
of sex roles. Prerequisite: One of SOC 100 or 300.                                        Spanish with a focus on listening, reading, speaking, writing, and intercultural
                                                                                          competence. Note: not to be taken by students with credit in SPAN 100, or with




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 O SOC 315 Introduction to Social Methodology                                             native or near native proficiency, or with Spanish 30 or its equivalents in Canada
Œ3 (fi 6) (either term, 3-0-2). Research design, data collection, and data processing     and other countries.
strategies used by sociologists. Topics include research values and ethics, reliability
and validity, experimentation, survey research techniques, historical methods, field       O SPAN 112 Beginners’ Spanish II
research, and content analysis. Prerequisite: SOC 210.                                    Œ3 (fi 6) (either term, 5-0-0). A continuation of SPAN 111. Prerequisite: SPAN
                                                                                          111 or consent of Department. Note: not to be taken by students with credit in
 O SOC 327 Criminal Justice Administration in Canada                                      SPAN 100, or with native or near native proficiency, or with Spanish 30 or its
Œ3 (fi 6) (either term, 3-0-0). The evolution and evaluation of the theories of           equivalents in Canada and other countries.
punishment; the law, the police and the courts; penal and reformatory institutions;
probation and parole; experiments in reform and rehabilitation. Prerequisite:              O SPAN 211 Intermediate Spanish I
SOC 225.                                                                                  Œ3 (fi 6) (either term, 4-0-0). Intended to further develop knowledge of spoken
                                                                                          and written Spanish with a focus on intercultural communicative competence.
 O SOC 332 Sociological Theorizing: Modernity                                             Prerequisite: Spanish 30 (or equivalent) or SPAN 112 or consent of Department.
Œ3 (fi 6) (either term, 3-0-0). Using a range of classical and contemporary               Note: not to be taken by students with credit in SPAN 200 or 201 or by students
theories, examines what, if anything, is ‘new’ in ‘modern’ society. Prerequisite:         with advanced standing equivalent or near native ability.
SOC 212 or consent of Department.
                                                                                           O SPAN 212 Intermediate Spanish II
 O SOC 344 Media Culture and Society                                                      Œ3 (fi 6) (either term, 4-0-0). A continuation of Spanish 211. Prerequisite: SPAN
Œ3 (fi 6) (either term, 3-0-0). Critical examination of the central issues and debates    211 or consent of Department. Note: Not to be taken by students with credit in
about the media-society relationship. Emphasis on the cultural, political and             SPAN 201 or by students with advanced standing equivalent or near native ability.
economic aspects of various media forms/genres, media theories, and audience
considerations. Note: Not to be taken by students with credit in SOC 346 and               O SPAN 300 Advanced Spanish
not to be used as the prerequisite for SOC 444 or 477.                                    Œ3 (fi 6) (either term, 3-0-0). A high-intermediate to advanced-level course
                                                                                          intended to improve overall proficiency in spoken and written Spanish. Emphasis
  O SOC 363 Sociology of Work and Industry                                                on intercultural communicative competence. Prerequisite: SPAN 212 or consent of
Œ3 (fi 6) (either term, 3-0-0). Sociological analysis of the changing nature and          Department. May be taken at the same time as SPAN 314 or 315. Note: SPAN
content of work, its diversity of industrial contexts and organizational forms, and       300 is not open to students with advanced standing equivalent or near native
its consequences for individuals and society, from Canadian and comparative               ability or with credit in SPAN 306.
perspectives. Prerequisite: One of SOC 100 or 300. Not open to students with
credit in SOC 366.
 O SOC 375 Sociology of Aging                                                             Speech Pathology and Audiology, SPA
Œ3 (fi 6) (either term, 3-0-0). Aging as a socio-cultural phenomenon. Includes            Department of Speech Pathology and Audiology
aging in relation to the self-concept, family, religion, politics, health, retirement
and leisure, housing, attitudes toward death, with particular emphasis on Canadian
                                                                                          Faculty of Rehabilitation Medicine
society. Prerequisite: One of SOC 100 or 300.                                                 Note: All SPA courses are open to SPA students only.
 O SOC 377 Sociology of Youth
Œ3 (fi 6) (either term, 3-0-0). The comparative analysis of youth in various types        Graduate Courses
of societies, with special emphasis on Canada including investigation of social
                                                                                          SPA 516 Diagnosis and Appraisal of Communication Disorders
structures and processes influencing behavior of young people.
                                                                                          Œ3 (fi 6) (either term, 3-0-1). A study of the principles underlying the evaluative
 O SOC 382 Sociology of Health and Illness                                                and management procedures in communication disorders. History taking, report
Œ3 (fi 6) (either term, 3-0-0). The distribution of health and illness in human           writing, recording observations, analysis of tests relevant to the clinical process
populations, the social psychology of health and illness, and the social organization     and test procedure administration will be covered. Corequisite: SPA 524. (Restricted
of health care. Prerequisite: One of SOC 100 or 300.                                      to MScSLP students only.)
SOC 403 Individual Study                                                                  SPA 523 Augmentative/Alternative Communication Systems
Œ3 (fi 6) (either term, 3-0-0). Individual study opportunity on topics for which          Œ1.5 (fi 3) (either term, 0-2L-0). This course will provide a description of various
no specific course is currently offered by the Department. Prerequisite: Consent          augmentative/alternative communication systems, including microcomputers. It will
of Instructor and the Undergraduate Advisor.                                              address assessment questions and the intervention process for individual users
                                                                                          with communication disorders. Prerequisite: SPA 518. (Restricted to MScSLP
 O SOC 459 The Demography of Marriage and Family
                                                                                          students only.)
Œ3 (fi 6) (either term, 3-0-0). Review and analysis of the demographic
interrelationships of fertility, mortality, and migration with marriage and the family;   SPA 524 Introduction to Clinical Practicum I
a cross-cultural review of historical trends, contemporary patterns and future            Œ7.5 (fi 15) (two term, 0-8c-2). Credit. Practical application of clinical procedures
implications; emphasis on statistical measurement, family planning and policy in          under direct supervision. Normally, students will possess an academic background
the Canadian setting. Prerequisite: SOC 271.                                              enabling them to assume direct treatment responsibilities with children and adults
                                                                                          having disorders of articulation and/or language. A minimum of 48 direct contact
SOC 473 Sociology of Death and Dying
                                                                                          hours as well as simulated and indirect contact hours will be accrued. Seminar
Œ3 (fi 6) (either term, 3-0-0). Comparative examination of death and dying in
                                                                                          content will include topics of clinical and/or professional significance such as
socio-cultural contexts, including theoretical and methodological issues. Prerequisite:
                                                                                          ethics, health law, private practice, goal setting and data collection. Flexibility in
SOC 241 or 375.
                                                                                          seminar topics will accommodate new topics as they arise. Prerequisites: At least
                                                                                          six MScSLP courses including SPA 507, 511, 518. Corequisite: SPA 516. (Restricted
Graduate Courses                                                                          to MScSLPs students only.)
SOC 503 Conference Course in Sociology for Graduate Students                              SPA 540 Advanced Clinical Practicum
Œ3 (fi 6) (first term, 3-0-0).                                                            Œ4.5 (fi 9) (either term, 0-12c-0). Credit. Full-time supervised clinical practice
                                                                                          normally for a period of six weeks in an approved clinical service facility. Students
SOC 900 Directed Research Project
                                                                                          will have completed all academic course work and will be prepared to work with
Œ3 (fi 6) (variable, unassigned).
                                                                                          a broad range of communication disorders under reduced supervision. A minimum

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                                                               of 75 direct contact hours as well as simulated and indirect contact hours will be         discrete insurances, endowments and varying annuities, net premiums and reserves.
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                                                               accrued. Prerequisites: SPA 532 and 533. (Restricted to MScSLP students only.)             Prerequisites: MATH 253 and STAT 265. Corequisite: MATH 215.
                                                               SPA 541 Advanced Clinical Practicum
                                                               Œ4.5 (fi 9) (either term, 0-12c-0). Credit. Full-time supervised clinical practice
                                                               normally for a period of six weeks in an approved clinical service facility. Students      Strategic Management and Organization,
                                                               will have completed all academic course work and will be prepared to work with
                                                               a broad range of communication disorders under reduced supervision. A minimum
                                                                                                                                                          SMO
                                                               of 75 direct contact hours as well as simulated and indirect contact hours will be         Department of Strategic Management and Organization
                                                               accrued. Prerequisites: SPA 532 and 533. (Restricted to MScSLP students only.)             Faculty of Business
                                                               SPA 597 Advanced Clinical Practicum
                                                               Œ1-4.5 (variable) (either term, variable). May be repeated. Credit. Full-time supervised   Undergraduate Courses
                                                               clinical practice for a period varying from four to twelve weeks in an approved
                                                                                                                                                          SMO 200 Introduction to Management for Non-Business Students
                                                               clinical service facility. Students will have completed all academic course work
                                                                                                                                                          Œ3 (fi 6) (either term, 3-0-0). Provides an understanding of the behavior of
                                                               and will be prepared to work with a broad range of communication disorders
                                                                                                                                                          individuals and groups within the context of the business organization. Topics
                                                               under reduced supervision. Direct contact hours as well as simulated and indirect
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                                                                                                                                                          covered include organizational structure, culture, individual differences, personality,
                                                               contact hours will be accrued. Prerequisite: SPA 516 and 524 and permission of
                                                                                                                                                          motivation, leadership, groups, decision making, power, politics, conflict, careers,
                                                               the department. (Restricted to MScSLP students only.)
                                                                                                                                                          stress, and organizational change. Not for credit in the Bachelor of Commerce
                                                                                                                                                          program. Not to be taken by students with credit in SMO 101, 201 or 301.

                                                               Statistics, STAT                                                                           SMO 321 Introduction to Strategic Management and Organization
                                                                                                                                                          Design
                                                               Department of Mathematical and Statistical Sciences                                        Œ3 (fi 6) (either term, 3-0-0). Explores why organizations such as McDonalds,
                                                               Faculty of Science                                                                         Northern Telecom, Bennetton, Wal-Mart and the University of Alberta use different
                                                                   Note: Statistical software packages will normally be used in courses that              patterns of organization. Examines the political and behavioral dynamics of
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                                                               contain data analysis.                                                                     management decision making. Prerequisite: SMO 201 or 301. Open to third- and
                                                                                                                                                          fourth-year students.
                                                               Undergraduate Courses                                                                      SMO 402 Management Skills for Supervisors and Leaders
                                                                                                                                                          Œ3 (fi 6) (either term, 3-0-0). The purpose of this course is to increase understanding
                                                                O STAT 141 Introduction to Statistics                                                     of leadership roles and skill in exercising those roles. These include team building,
                                                               Œ3 (fi 6) (either term, 3-0-0). Random variables and frequency distributions. Averages     mentoring, managing conflict, delegating, managing participative decision making,
                                                               and variance. The binomial and normal distribution. Sampling distributions and             creative problem solving, and time and stress management. Prerequisite: SMO
                                                               elementary inference. X2-test for contingency tables. Regression and correlation.          201 or 301. Open to third- and fourth-year students.
                                                               Analysis of variance. Prerequisite: Pure Mathematics 30 or Mathematics 30-1 or
                                                               consent of Department. This course may not be taken for credit if credit has been          SMO 411 Alternative Dispute Resolution
                                                               obtained in any STAT course, or in PSYCO 211 or SOC 210.                                   Œ3 (fi 6) (either term, 3-0-0). Conflict is a part of life which we all encounter.
                                                                                                                                                          Disagreements occur naturally between friends, co-workers, spouses, employer
                                                                O STAT 151 Introduction to Applied Statistics I                                           and employees, organizations, and nations. Conflict is both natural and positive if
                                                               Œ3 (fi 6) (either term, 3-0-1.5). Data collection and presentation, descriptive            handled well, but can be destructive if handled badly. This course provides detailed
                                                               statistics. Probability distributions, sampling distributions and the central limit        hands-on practical experience with various methods of conflict resolution, especially
                                                               theorem. Point estimation and hypothesis testing. Correlation and regression               mediation (third-party assistance) and negotiation. The course concentrates as well
                                                               analysis. Goodness of fit and contingency table. Prerequisite: Pure MATH 30 or             on the interpersonal communication skills, including assertiveness, which make
                                                               MATH 30-1. This course may not be taken for credit if credit has been obtained             effective conflict resolution possible. Prerequisite: SMO 201 or 301.
                                                               in any STAT course, or in PSYCO 211 or SOC 210.
                                                                                                                                                          SMO 412 Effective Negotiations
                                                               STAT 235 Introductory Statistics for Engineering                                           Œ3 (fi 6) (either term, 3-0-0). This is a comprehensive study of negotiation theory
                                                               Œ3.8 (fi 6) (either term or Spring/Summer, 3-0-1.5). Descriptive data analysis.            and practice. A negotiation simulation is conducted to provide an understanding
                                                               Calculus of Probability. Binomial, multinomial, Poisson, normal, beta, exponential,        of how theory translates into practice. Prerequisite: SMO 201 or 301. Open to
                                                               gamma, hypergeometric, and Weibull distributions. Sampling distributions.                  third- and fourth-year students.
                                                               Estimation, testing hypotheses, goodness-of-fit tests, and one-way analysis of
                                                               variance. Linear correlation and regression. Sampling. Quality control. Use of a           SMO 415 Staffing
                                                               microcomputer software package for statistical analyses in engineering applications.       Œ3 (fi 6) (either term, 3-0-0). This Human Resource Management course is
                                                               Prerequisite: MATH 100. Corequisite: MATH 101. Credit may not be obtained in               focused on the philosophy and procedures used in obtaining and maintaining
                                                               STAT 235 if credit has already been obtained in STAT 141, 151, 222, 265, 266;              an efficient work force. Topics include recruitment, selection and training. Pre- or
                                                               PSYCO 211 or SOC 210. Intended for Engineering students. Other students who                corequisite: SMO 311. Open to third- and fourth-year students.
                                                               take this course will receive Œ3.0.                                                        SMO 423 Power and Organization
                                                                O STAT 252 Introduction to Applied Statistics II                                          Œ3 (fi 6) (either term, 3-0-0). An introduction to aspects of organizational life
                                                               Œ3 (fi 6) (either term, 3-0-2). Methods in applied statistics including regression         often omitted in business courses - the role of humor, gossip, emotion and sex;
                                                               techniques, analysis of variance and covariance, and methods of data analysis.             the organization of time and space; the nature of the body and the construction
                                                               Applications are taken from Biological, Physical and Social Sciences, and Business.        of organizational identities - and consider their significance for understanding
                                                               Credit may be received in at most one of STAT 252, 319, 337, or 341. Prerequisite:         contemporary organizational and human resources practices. Prerequisite: Open
                                                               STAT 141 or 151 or equivalent.                                                             to third- and fourth-year students only.

                                                                O STAT 265 Statistics I                                                                   SMO 488 Selected Topics in Organization Theory
                                                               Œ3 (fi 6) (first term, 3-0-1). Sample space, events, combinatorial probability,            Œ3 (fi 6) (either term, 3-0-0). Normally restricted to third- and fourth-year Business
                                                               conditional probability, independent events, Bayes Theorem, random variables,              students. Prerequisites: SMO 201, 301 or consent of Department. Additional
                                                               discrete random variables, expected values, moment generating function, inequalities,      prerequisites may be required.
                                                               continuous distributions, multivariate distributions, independence. Prerequisite:          SMO 495 Individual Research Project I
                                                               MATH 115 or SCI 100. Corequisite: MATH 214. Credit may not be obtained for                 Œ3 (fi 6) (either term, 3-0-0). Special study for advanced undergraduates.
                                                               both STAT 265 and STAT 221.                                                                Prerequisites: consent of Instructor and Assistant Dean, Undergraduate Program.
                                                               STAT 266 Statistics II
                                                               Œ3 (fi 6) (second term, 3-0-1). Functions of random variables, sampling distributions,     Graduate Courses
                                                               Central Limit Theorem, law of large numbers, statistical models for the data,
                                                               likelihood, parameters and their interpretation, objectives of statistical inference,      SMO 612 Effective Negotiations
                                                               point and interval estimation, method of moments, basic notions of testing of              Œ3 (fi 6) (either term, 3-0-0). This Human Resource Management course is a
                                                               hypotheses, errors of the first and second kind, significance level, power, p-value.       comprehensive study of negotiation theory and practice. A negotiation simulation
                                                               Prerequisites: STAT 265, MATH 214 and 225. Co-requisite: MATH 215. Credit                  is conducted to provide an understanding of how theory translates into practice.
                                                               may not be obtained for both STAT 266 and either of STAT 222 or STAT 366.                  SMO 652 Leadership Skills
                                                               O STAT 353 Life Contingencies I                                                            Œ3 (fi 6) (either term, 3-0-0). The purpose of this course is to increase the student’s
                                                               Œ3 (fi 6) (either term, 3-0-0). Time at death random variables, continuous and             understanding of leadership roles and skill in exercising those roles. These include


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team building, mentoring, managing conflict, delegating, managing participative
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decision making, creative problem solving, and time and stress management.
SMO 657 Interpersonal Communication and Team Management                                 Undergraduate Courses
Œ3 (fi 6) (either term, 3-0-0). This course provides the understanding of
interpersonal (or face-to-face) communication process and presents opportunities
for personal skill development. Students should expect to engage in role plays and      Faculty of Agricultural, Life and Environmental Sciences
to receive feedback on their personal style of communication. Topics include team       Courses
communication supervisory-subordinate relationships, influence and persuasion,
conflict management, and performance appraisal.                                         WKEXP 981 Agricultural, Life and Environmental Sciences Work
                                                                                        Experience I
SMO 686 Selected Topics in Behavioral Sciences
                                                                                        Œ0 (fi 9) (Spring/Summer, unassigned). A four-month work placement for Faculty
Œ3 (fi 6) (either term, 3-0-0). Students should check with the MBA Office for
                                                                                        of Agricultural, Life and Environmental Sciences students admitted into the
pre/corequisites of specific sections.
                                                                                        Internship program. The work experience provides the student with exposure to
                                                                                        the practical application of their specialization and the general work environment.

Thesis, THES                                                                            Evaluation is based on appraisal of employer and mentor.




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Faculty of Graduate Studies and Research                                                Faculty of Arts Courses
Graduate Courses                                                                        WKEXP 801 Arts Work Experience I
                                                                                        Œ0 (fi 9) (either term, unassigned). A four-month work placement for Faculty
THES 903 Thesis Research                                                                of Arts students participating in the Cooperative Education route. The focus of
Œ0 (fi 6) (either term, unassigned). Represents research activity equivalent to Œ3      the work experience will be for the student to gain an appreciation of the work
for registration status and fee assessment purposes.                                    environment related to their discipline. Prerequisite: consent of the Department
                                                                                        in which the student is majoring.
THES 904 Thesis Research
Œ0 (fi 8) (either term, unassigned). Represents research activity equivalent to Œ4      WKEXP 961 Psychology Work Experience I
for registration status and fee assessment purposes.                                    Œ0 (fi 9) (either term, unassigned). A four-month work placement for Psychology
                                                                                        students in the Faculty of Arts in the Psychology Cooperative Program. The focus
THES 905 Thesis Research                                                                of the work experience will be for the student to gain an appreciation of the work
Œ0 (fi 10) (either term, unassigned). Represents research activity equivalent to        environment. Prerequisite: consent of Department. [Faculty of Arts]
Œ5 for registration status and fee assessment purposes.
                                                                                        WKEXP 962 Psychology Work Experience II
THES 906 Thesis Research                                                                Œ0 (fi 9) (either term, unassigned). A four-month work placement for Psychology
Œ0 (fi 12) (either term, unassigned). Represents research activity equivalent to        students in the Faculty of Arts in the Psychology Cooperative Program. The focus
Œ6 for registration status and fee assessment purposes.                                 of the work experience will be for the student to gain further knowledge of the
                                                                                        work environment. Prerequisite: WKEXP 961. [Faculty of Arts]

Ukrainian, UKR                                                                          WKEXP 963 Psychology Work Experience III
                                                                                        Œ0 (fi 9) (either term, unassigned). A four-month work placement for Psychology
Department of Modern Languages and Cultural Studies                                     students in the Faculty of Arts in the Psychology Cooperative Program. The focus
Faculty of Arts                                                                         of the work experience is to further the student’s knowledge of the working world.
    Note: Students with very good formal background in Ukrainian should consult         Prerequisite: WKEXP 962. [Faculty of Arts]
the Department for proper placement. See Notes 1 - 3 under Ukrainian listing in
the University Calendar.                                                                Faculty of Business Courses
                                                                                        WKEXP 913 Business Work Experience III
Undergraduate Courses                                                                   Œ0 (fi 9) (either term, unassigned). A four-month work placement for Business
 O UKR 300 Ukrainian through its Living Culture I                                       students admitted into the cooperative education option. The focus of the work
Œ6 (fi 12) (either term, 3-0-0). Practical language skills with a direct experience     experience will be for the student to perform work directly related to their
of Ukrainian life and culture in the Lviv environment. The language of instruction      specialization. Evaluation will be based on the employer’s performance appraisal,
is Ukrainian. Prerequisite: UKR 212 or consent of Department.                           the cooperative education coordinator’s site evaluation report, and the student’s
                                                                                        performance on the work-term report. Prerequisite: WKEXP 912.
 O UKR 327 Early Ukrainian-Canadian Culture
Œ3 (fi 6) (either term, 3-0-0). Immigration, settlement, traditions and material        WKEXP 914 Business Work Experience IV
culture of Ukrainians in Alberta to 1930, with special reference to activities at the   Œ0 (fi 9) (two term or Spring/Summer, unassigned). An optional fourth four-month
Ukrainian Cultural Heritage Village. Note: This course is given in Spring/Summer        work placement for Business students admitted into the cooperative education
only. Language of instruction is English. This course will not fulfil the Language      option. The focus of the work experience will be for the student to perform work
other than English requirement of the BA degree.                                        directly related to their specialization. Evaluation will be based on the employer’s
                                                                                        performance appraisal, the cooperative education coordinator’s site evaluation report,
 O UKR 400 Ukrainian through its Living Culture II                                      and the student’s performance on the work-term report. Prerequisite: WKEXP 913
Œ6 (fi 12) (either term, 3-0-0). Improves students’ language and cultural proficiency   and permission of the Business Co-operative Education Office.
through direct experience of contemporary Ukrainian life in Lviv. Prerequisite: UKR
300 or 304 or consent of Department.                                                    Faculty of Engineering Courses
                                                                                        WKEXP 901 Engineering Work Experience I
Women’s Studies, W ST                                                                   Œ0.5 (fi 7) (either term or Spring/Summer, unassigned). A four-month work
                                                                                        placement for Engineering students registered in the Cooperative Education
Women’s Studies Program                                                                 Program. This work experience will provide the student with exposure to the
Faculty of Arts                                                                         practical application of engineering and the general work environment. Evaluation
                                                                                        will be based on the employer’s performance appraisal, the student’s work term
Undergraduate Courses                                                                   report, and the student’s ability to learn from the experiences of the work term.
                                                                                        Prerequisite: ENGG 299.
 O W ST 201 Introduction to Women’s Studies
Œ3 (fi 6) (either term, 3-0-0). Introduces students to the field of Women’s Studies,    WKEXP 902 Engineering Work Experience II
with emphasis on the theoretical foundations of feminist analysis and the diversity     Œ0.5 (fi 7) (either term or Spring/Summer, unassigned). A four-month work
of debates within feminism.                                                             placement for Engineering students registered in the Cooperative Education
                                                                                        Program. This work experience will provide the student with exposure to the
                                                                                        practical application of engineering and the general work environment. Evaluation
                                                                                        will be based on the employer’s performance appraisal, the student’s work term
                                                                                        report, and the student’s ability to learn from the experiences of the work term.
                                                                                        Prerequisite: WKEXP 901.




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                                                               WKEXP 903 Engineering Work Experience III
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                                                               Œ0.5 (fi 7) (either term or Spring/Summer, unassigned). A four-month work
                                                               placement for Engineering students registered in the Cooperative Education
                                                               Program. This work experience will provide students with personal involvement
                                                               in the practice of their engineering discipline commensurate with their level of
                                                               academic preparation. Evaluation will be based on the employer’s performance
                                                               appraisal, the student’s work term report, and the student’s ability to learn from
                                                               the experiences of the work term. Prerequisite: WKEXP 902.
                                                               WKEXP 904 Engineering Work Experience IV
                                                               Œ0.5 (fi 7) (either term or Spring/Summer, unassigned). A four-month work
                                                               placement for Engineering students registered in the Cooperative Education
                                                               Program. This work experience will provide students with personal involvement
                                                               in the practice of their engineering discipline commensurate with their level of
                                                               academic preparation. Evaluation will be based on the employer’s performance
                                                               appraisal, the student’s work term report, and the student’s ability to learn from
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                                                               the experiences of the work term. Prerequisite: WKEXP 903.
                                                               WKEXP 905 Engineering Work Experience V
                                                               Œ3 (fi 7) (either term or Spring/Summer, unassigned). A four-month work
                                                               placement for Engineering students registered in the Cooperative Education
                                                               Program. This work experience will provide students with personal involvement
                                                               in the practice of their engineering discipline commensurate with their level of
                                                               academic preparation. Evaluation will be based on the employer’s performance
                                                               appraisal, the student’s work term report, and the student’s ability to learn from
                                                               the experiences of the work term. Prerequisite: WKEXP 904.
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                                                               WKEXP 906 Engineering Work Experience VI
                                                               Œ3 (fi 6) (either term or Spring/Summer, unassigned). A four-month work placement
                                                               for students registered in the Biomedical Option in either Chemical, Materials, or
                                                               Mechanical Engineering. This work experience will provide students with personal
                                                               involvement in the practice of the biomedical engineering discipline. The work
                                                               experience plan requires the approval from the Department prior to registration.
                                                               At the completion of the four-month work term, students are required to submit a
                                                               formal research report which will be assessed for credit. Prerequisite: completion
                                                               of Term 4 in the Biomedical Option.

                                                               Faculty of Science Courses
                                                               WKEXP 956 Science Work Experience II
                                                               Œ0 (fi 9) (either term or Spring/Summer, unassigned). A four-month work placement
                                                               for Faculty of Science Honors or Specialization students admitted into the Industrial
                                                               Internship program. The focus of the internship will be for students to perform
                                                               work directly related to their specialization. Work Experience registrations must
                                                               be continuous. Prerequisite: consent of Department.
                                                               WKEXP 957 Science Work Experience III
                                                               Œ0 (fi 1) (either term or Spring/Summer, unassigned). A four-month work placement
                                                               for Faculty of Science Honors or Specialization students admitted into the Industrial
                                                               Internship program. The focus of the internship will be for students to perform
                                                               work directly related to their specialization. Work Experience registrations must
                                                               be continuous. Prerequisite: WKEXP 956.


                                                               Writing (Creative Write), WRITE
                                                               Department of English and Film Studies
                                                               Faculty of Arts

                                                               Undergraduate Courses
                                                               WRITE 298 Introduction to Writing Nonfiction
                                                               Œ6 (fi 12) (two term, 3-0-0). To increase the student’s ability to write clear
                                                               nonfiction prose. Models of prose style will be central, combined with frequent
                                                               practice in writing on the basis of such models. Prerequisite: Œ6 of junior English
                                                               (or equivalent).




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