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Directed Studies in Health and Human Services
This independent study option is open to third year students who wish to explore a topic not covered in the regular curriculum in which the...
Mental Health & Social Policy
Examines issues, concerns, and policies surrounding mental health and their impact on individuals, families, communities, and institutions....
Social Determinants of Health
Introduces key social determinants of health (SDOH) to students within a Canadian context. Course content orients learners to view health in...
Brain and Behaviour
Same as BIOL 205 and PSYC 205.
Same as BIOL 102.
Advanced Studies in the New Testament Greek Text
Includes an advanced study of the text and literature of the New Testament with a focus on matters such as letter writing, rhetorical...
Readings in New Testament Greek II
Emphasizes the study of the Greek text of selected New Testament books. The discipline of textual criticism is introduced and the development...
Readings in New Testament Greek I
Focuses on extensive readings in the Gospels and Letters to develop proficiency in reading the Greek New Testament. The study of intermediate...
Elementary New Testament Greek II
A continuation of detailed Greek grammar and syntax study with significant reading and analysis of Greek New Testament passages. Prerequisite...
Elementary New Testament Greek I
An introduction to the basic principles of New Testament Greek grammar with emphasis on morphology, declension, conjugation and syntax....
Introduction to Physical Geography: Weather, Climate and Ecosystems
Introduction to atmospheric and soils sciences; physical elements of climate (including seasonal cycles, climate change and global warming);...
Introduction to Physical Geography: Earth Science
Introduction to geomorphology, the scientific study of the landscape and landscape formation processes. Introduction to the physical...
French Travel Practicum
Language students will prepare for and respond to a five-day, four-night trip to a Francophone city. Components of the preparation phase will...
Language learners will compare French and English cultural practices in family, education and business. Students will acquire written and...
Directed Studies in French
This independent study option is open to third- and fourth-year students who wish to explore a topic not covered in the regular curriculum...
Develops students’ understanding of La Francophonie by means of a variety of literary texts from the Francophone world, with special...
Introduction to French Literature and Media
Students are given an opportunity to learn the French language through French materials including newspapers, magazines articles, advertising...
Everyday French Grammar
For students who wish to improve their ability to speak and write in French, this course consists of an intensive review of French grammar...
Language students will engage in media responses, dialogues, presentations, debates and interviews as different means to communicate within...
Intermediate French II
Continuation of FREN 201. Prerequisite: FREN 201.
Intermediate French I
The main objective is the further development of written/oral comprehension and expression. This is a continuation of the Introductory French...
Introductory French II
Continuation of FREN 101. Prerequisite: FREN 101.
Introductory French I
Designed for students who have not previously studied French and who wish to begin the study of French intensively. Students are encouraged...
|FDED 102, 201, 202, 301, 302||Five units must be completed as a non-credit graduation requirement for the Bachelor of Religious Education degree and one unit for the...|
Introduction to Environmental Science
Earth’s physical environments are studied to appreciate the processes that occur in soil, water and air, both natural and caused by human...