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Amendments

The amendments for the online calendar are effective for the 2008-2009 academic year. The sections below include all amendments approved by faculty and submitted August 2008.

The university continues to reserve the right to make changes without prior notice to the information contained in this publication, including the alteration of various fees, schedules, conditions of admission and credit requirements, and the revision or cancellation of particular courses or programs.

 

Faculty of Business and Information Technology

Section 9

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BUSI 3530U Internet Engineering This is a core course 55

 

Faculty of Criminology, Justice and Policy Studies

Section 10

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LGLS 4000U Law and Social Change LGLS 4200U Law and Social Change 75
Semester 1 (6 credit hours)

 

LGLS 4098U Legal Studies Field Work Practicum

LGLS 4000U Law and Social Change

2 prescribed Legal Administration Courses - Durham College

Semester 1 (9 credit hours)

 

LGLS 4098U Legal Studies Field Work Practicum

LGLS 4200U Law and Social Change

Any 3 credit hours LGLS at the 3000 level

2 prescribed Legal Administration Courses - Durham College

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Semester 1 (9 credit hours)

 

LGLS 4098U Legal Studies Field Work Practicum

LGLS 4000 Law and Social Change

LGLS 3420U Canadian Human  Rights Law

1 prescribed Legal Administration Courses - Durham College

Semester 1 (12 credit hours)

 

LGLS 4098U Legal Studies Field Work Practicum

LGLS 4000 Law and Social Change

LGLS 3420U Canadian Human  Rights Law

Any 3 credit hours LGLS at the 3000 level

1 prescribed Legal Administration Courses - Durham College

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LGLS 4000U Law and Social Change LGLS 4200U Law and Social Change 76

 

Faculty of Education

Section 11

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BUSI 2201U Marketing I

Year 2 list of Communication electives and business electives

BUSI 2205U Principles of Marketing

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BUSI 2202U Marketing II

Year 2 list of Communication Electives and Business electives

BUSI 2550U Project Management

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CURS 3510U P/J Math Technology Camp

A mathematics camp will be the main focus for the P/J Consecutive BEd program. This camp will immerse teacher candidates in rich and exciting mathematics experiences rather than giving them specific content knowledge. It is intended to raise candidates' expectations of what it means to do math and to use technology and to give them a personal experiential base with which to reflect on theory and practice throughout their education program. The camp will emphasize enjoyable experiences and discovery-oriented activities intended to familiarize the candidates with "thinking like" mathematicians. 1.5 cr, 5 sessions.

Note: Restricted to P/J Consecutive BEd students.

This course is delivered throughout the year.

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BUSI 3530U Advertising and Market Communication Cross-listed with BUSI 4203U Advertising Management 86

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BUSI 3200U Marketing Communications   86

 

Faculty of Science

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** Note: Electives and breadth requirements

 

All students must complete a total of 24 elective credit hours. Students who take CHEM 4430U

Directed Studies in Chemistry must take an additional science elective for a total of 27 credit hours.

At least 12 credit hours must be in courses offered by the Faculty of Science; the science elective required for students who take CHEM 4430U cannot be used to meet this requirement. In order to satisfy breadth requirements at least 12 credit hours must be in courses outside the Faculty of Science, and must include BUSI 2000U Collaborative Leadership.

All students must complete a total of 21 elective credit hours. Students who take CHEM 4430U

 

Directed Studies in Chemistry must take an additional science elective for a total of 24 credit hours.

At least 12 credit hours must be in courses offered by the Faculty of Science; the science elective required for students who take CHEM 4430U cannot be used to meet this requirement. In order to satisfy breadth requirements at least 12 credit hours must be in courses outside the Faculty of Science, and must include BUSI 2000U Collaborative Leadership.

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The remaining science courses must be selected from lists of science electives approved by the dean of science. Approved science electives will be identified each semester on the list of course offerings including:
  • Biology;
  • Chemistry;
  • Computing Science;
  • Mathematics;
  • Energy and Environment Science; and
  • Physics.
The remaining 18 credit hours must be science electives. Science electives include courses offered by the Faculty of Science from the following areas:

 

  • Biology;
  • Chemistry;
  • Computing Science;
  • Mathematics;
  • Energy and Environment Science; and
  • Physics.
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Undergraduate Course Descriptions

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CURS 3510U P/J Math Technology Camp A mathematics camp will be the main focus for the P/J Consecutive BEd program. This camp will immerse teacher candidates in rich and exciting mathematics experiences rather than giving them specific content knowledge. It is intended to raise candidates' expectations of what it means to do math and to use technology and to give them a personal experiential base with which to reflect on theory and practice throughout their education program. The camp will emphasize enjoyable experiences and discovery-oriented activities intended to familiarize the candidates with "thinking like" mathematicians. 1.5 cr, 5 sessions.

Note: Restricted to P/J Consecutive BEd students.

This course is distributed throughout the year.

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CURS 3511U P/J Science and Technology Camp Semester is for all P/J BEd teacher candidates. This camp will immerse teacher candidates in rich and exciting science experiences rather than giving them specific content knowledge.

 

It is intended to raise candidates' expectations of what it means to do science and to use technology and to give them a personal experiential base with which to reflect on theory and practice throughout their education program. The week will emphasize enjoyable experiences and discovery- oriented activities intended to familiarize the candidates with "thinking like" scientists. 1.5 cr, 4 day camp. Note: Restricted to P/J Consecutive BEd students.

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CURS 3610U I/S Math Technology Workshops. Mathematics workshops will be the main focus of the first week of classes for I/S teacher candidates in the I/S BEd Consecutive Program and Year 5 of BSc/BEd Concurrent Program. The workshops will give candidates a personal experiential base with which to reflect on theory and practice throughout their education program. The week will emphasize enjoyable experiences and discovery-oriented activities intended to familiarize the candidates with "thinking like" mathematicians. 0 cr, 4 day workshop. Note: Restricted to I/S Consecutive BEd students or I/S Concurrent BSc/BEd students in Year 5.

All I/S students are required to complete this course.

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CURS 3611U I/S Science and Technology Workshops

A science camp in the second semester is for all teacher candidates in the I/S BEd Consecutive Program and Year 5 of BSc/BEd Concurrent Program. This camp will immerse all I/S teacher candidates in rich and exciting science experiences rather than giving them specific content knowledge. It is intended to raise candidates' expectations of what it means to do science and to use technology and to give them a personal experiential base with which to reflect on theory and practice throughout their education program. The week will emphasize enjoyable experiences and discovery-oriented activities intended to familiarize the candidates with "thinking like" scientists. 0 cr, 4 day workshop.

Note:
Restricted to I/S Consecutive BEd students or I/S Concurrent BSc/BEd students in Year 5.

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EDUC 2901U I/S Concurrent Introduction to Teaching and Field Experience I 3 cr. 2 lec. 206
EDUC 4902U I/S Concurrent Field Experience 3 cr. 2 lec. 210
ENGR 4220U Mechanical Systems Design I Change Prerequisites ENGR 3030U, ENGR 3190U, ENGR 3270U, ENGR 3350U, ENGR 3320U, ENGR 3330U, ENGR 3360U or BUSI 1700U, ENGR 3390U to ENGR 3030U,ENGR 3190U, ENGR 3270U, ENGR 3350U, ENGR 3210U, ENGR 3220U, ENGR 3360U, BUSI 1700U, ENGR 3390U and ENGR 3930U. 221
HLSC  1300U Information and Communication Technology in Health Care Change Credit Restriction CSCI 1060U to CSCI 1000U 232
HLSC 2825 Nutrition and Health HLSC 2825U  Prerequisite HLSC 2460U to HLSC 1201U or HLSC 2202U 234
HLSC 3400U Introduction to Movement Science Add Prerequisite HLSC 2461U 234
HLSC 4202U  Health Information Management Capstone Change Prerequisite BUSI 2550U to INFR 2550U 236
INFR 2330U Game Design and Production I (formerly Game World I) Change Prerequisite INFR 1330U to INFR 1300U 238
INFR 3810U Database Systems Change Prerequisite HLSE 2101U to HLSE 2201U 240
INFR 4390U Virtual Reality and User Interaction (formerly Immersive Environments, Virtual Reality) INFR 4390U Demo Reel Development 241

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BUSI 3230U  Marketing Channels   182
BUSI 3240U  Merchandising Planning and Control   182
BUSI 4290U Special Topics in Marketing   187
HLSC 2400U - Introduction to Movement Science   233
HLSC 2700U Mathematical Reasoning in Health Sciences 3 cr. 3 lec. 233
MATH 441OU Math Thesis Project I   249
MATH 4420U Math Thesis Project II   249

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BUSI 4290U Special Topics in Marketing "and permission of instructor" 187
INFR 4340U Business of Gaming (formerly Game Production and Documentation)   240
MLSC 3220U Transfusion Science Corequisite: MLSC 3230U 250
MLSC 3300U Simulated Clinical Practicum Remove Corequisite: MLSC 3220U 250