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1 Course Guide 2015 / 2016 Distance Education Courses Open Learning Program Continuing Education/ Professional Development

2 About Us About the University of Guelph The University of Guelph is renowned in Canada and around the world as a research-intensive and learner-centred institution and for its commitment to Open Learning, internationalism and collaboration. Its vision is to be Canada s leader in creating, transmitting and applying knowledge to improve the social, cultural, and economic quality of life of people in Canada and around the world. About promotes the University of Guelph s goal of excellence in education. It does so through the offering of short courses, workshops, seminars, conferences, and award-winning degree-credit and non-degree online courses and programs. About this Guide The Open Learning Course Guide is an introduction to the professional development and personal enrichment opportunities available through. Programs and courses are available through innovative online and on-campus learning opportunities. Further course and program details are available online at OpenEd.uoguelph.ca. If you have any questions or require further information, contact:, University of Guelph Address: Johnston Hall, Room 160, Guelph, Ontario, CANADA N1G 2W1 Phone: CA FAX: CA Website: OpenEd.uoguelph.ca Financial Assistance is Available The University of Guelph s distance education courses and programs have been recognized with awards for excellence from the following organizations: Virginia L. Gray Memorial Bursary The Virginia L. Gray Memorial Bursary recognizes the exemplary work of Virginia L. Gray in continuing and distance education, and her passion for making education accessible. Open Learning Bursary The Open Learning Bursary supports individuals requiring financial assistance to advance their academic and career goals through education. Students interested in enrolling in an continuing education or Open Learning program course are eligible to apply for these bursaries. Applicants must be Canadian citizens or permanent residents. Applications will be reviewed on January 30th and July 30th for upcoming course offerings. Applications must include a letter outlining financial need and academic goals, and must include supporting documentation. For more information about these bursaries, visit OpenEd.uoguelph.ca/bursary n n n n n n The North America Web (NAWeb) Conference The University Continuing Education Association (UCEA) The Canadian Council for the Advancement of Education (CCAE) The Learning Resources Network (LERN) Council of Ontario Universities (COU) Canadian Association for University Continuing Education (CAUCE) 2

3 Degree Program Students Admission and Registration...4 Distance Education for University Students...4 Open Learning program (OLp) How to Apply...5 Online Learning...5 Maximum Flexibility to Meet Your Learning Needs...5 Number of Courses...5 Benefits of the Open Learning program...6 Guaranteed Admission to a B.A. Program...6 Guaranteed Admission to a B.Comm Program...6 Continuing Education Option...6 Waiver of Course Prerequisite(s)...6 English Proficiency...6 English Language Programs...6 Open Learning program Courses...7 Course Numbering System...7 Academic Rules and Regulations...7 Course Costs...7 Technical Requirements...7 OLp Online Degree Course Listing Accounting...8 Animal Science...8 Anthropology...8 Art History...8 Arts and Sciences...8 Biology...8 Biomedical Sciences...8 Botany...8 Business...8 Chemistry...8 Computing & Information Science...8 Economics...8 Engineering...8 English...8 Environmental Biology...8 Environmental Design and Rural Development...8 Environmental Sciences...9 Family Relations and Human Development...9 Food Science...9 French Studies...9 Geography...9 Geology...9 German Studies...9 Hispanic Studies...9 History...9 Horticultural Science...9 Hospitality and Tourism Management...9 Human Resources and Organizational Behaviour...9 Interdisciplinary University...9 Landscape Architecture...9 Management...9 Marketing and Consumer Studies...9 Mathematics...9 Molecular Biology and Genetics...9 Music...9 Natural Resource Studies Nutrition Pathology Philosophy Physics Political Science Psychology Sociology Sociology and Anthropology Statistics Studio Art Theatre Studies Toxicology OLp Certificates Certificate Index Certificate in Business Certificate in Communication Process Certificate in Environmental Citizenship Certificate in Environmental Conservation Certificate in Food Science Certificate in Hospitality Studies Certificate in Leadership Certificate in Public Policy and Administration Online Graduate Programs Continuing Education Programs Course Guide 2015/2016 3

4 Students in Degree programs Distance Education Course Admission and Registration Information for Degree Program Students If you are registered at another university and wish to take a University of Guelph distance education course: n Request a Letter of Permission from your institution and have a copy of it sent to n Register for the course through the Open Learning program n Request a transcript to be sent from Open Learning and Educational Support to your university at the end of the semester If you are in an undergraduate program at the University of Guelph and wish to take a distance education course, you can register in one of two ways: n Register during your preregistration or add period using WebAdvisor (deadlines listed in the Undergraduate Calendar under Schedule of Dates) n Complete an Undergraduate Course Request Form and bring it to any time during our regular business hours If you have not previously registered at the University of Guelph and wish to apply to a degree program, please contact Admissions CA for information. Distance Education for University Students If you are currently enrolled in a degree program at the University of Guelph, you may take distance education courses for a variety of reasons: n distance courses provide you with the flexibility to design your own study schedule and/or allow you to avoid timetable conflicts n distance courses allow you an opportunity to pick up credits while away on summer break, on a co-op job placement, or an international semester n you may prefer to learn via distance education 4

5 Open Learning program Online Learning Courses offered via the Internet allow you to experience studying as part of a group of learners, while at the same time being able to work independently. You will be able to communicate and sometimes work with others, within a structured, paced environment, while engaging in a variety of active learning strategies. A general rule of thumb is that you should expect to spend an average of 10 hours a week on each course taken. There is, however, some variation in the nature of assignments and instructor requirements. Completion of distance courses requires strong, individual study habits. The most successful distance learners establish a study routine and schedule early in the semester. program. Open Learning program students must complete the same assignments and examinations as those in degree programs. As a learner in the Open Learning program, you will have the same workload as a degree program student, and you will be evaluated using the same standards. Upon successful completion of a course, you will receive the same credit weight as someone in a degree program. Number of Courses The Open Learning program is a part-time program. Students may take a maximum of three courses per semester, depending on your academic experience. If you are currently working and/or balancing other commitments, you need to consider this when considering the number of courses to take. Maximum Flexibility to Meet your Learning Needs The Open Learning program is an open admission distanceonly mode of study that provides access to degree-credit university courses for individuals who wish to study independently, but are not interested in pursuing a degree at the University of Guelph at the present time. You may register in the Open Learning program, even if you are enrolled in another post secondary educational institution or program. The Open Learning program extends the academic resources of the university to those interested in personal enrichment, professional updating or eventual application to a degree How to Apply for Entry to the Open Learning program Check the course list or contact Open Learning and Educational Support to find out when the course that you are interested in is being offered. For updated course schedules, please call us CA , fax us CA , us or check our website OpenEd.uoguelph.ca. Complete a registration form and submit it with your payment to Open Learning and Educational Support by mail, fax, online, or in person, well in advance of the course start date. Cheques and money orders should be made payable to the University of Guelph. You may also pay by Debit, VISA or MasterCard. Early registration is recommended, as some courses have enrolment limits. Note: Some courses may have prerequisites. Course Guide 2015/2016 5

6 Benefits of the Open Learning program Guaranteed Admission to the Bachelor of Commerce or Bachelor of Arts Programs Open Learning program students with no previous post-secondary experience who complete four courses (2.0 credits) with a 70% minimum cumulative average may transfer into the Bachelor of Commerce or Bachelor of Arts programs at the University of Guelph. There are specific course requirements that must be met. Guaranteed admission does not apply to students with other post secondary educational experience. For more information about guaranteed admission refer to the Special Opportunities section of the University of Guelph Undergraduate Calendar at: Continuing Education Option Those not interested in receiving degree credit for a course may register as continuing education students. Learners taking courses in this way are not required to complete assignments or related exams; however, learners may participate in any related online discussion groups. All continuing education applicants must have the approval of Open Learning and Educational Support. Students may switch from taking a course for degree credit to continuing education no later than the 40th day of the course. To apply for a change in status, contact the Open Learning program Counsellor at CA ext or send an to: OpenEd.uoguelph.ca. Waiver of Course Prerequisites Many degree-credit courses require prior completion of a specific course(s). If you have questions about prerequisites, please contact the Open Learning program Counsellor at CA , ext or send an to for more information. Accessible n convenient access to university courses no matter where you live or work n no formal entrance requirements Flexible n learn according to your own schedule you choose the time and place of study n participate in university courses while balancing your other commitments (family, career, volunteer work, etc.) Innovative n courses are interactive and integrate innovative learning designs and technologies n you become part of a learning community Tailored to your needs n whether accessing courses for personal enrichment or professional development, the Open Learning program helps you design a program of study that suits your personal learning needs English Proficiency Almost all our courses are facilitated in English. To be admitted to the Open Learning program you must meet the English proficiency requirements outlined by the University of Guelph. English Language Programs offer a distinct and exciting way of learning English. For more information, contact us at CA or English Language Programs offers the English Language Certificate Program, an intensive academic English preparation program. Successful completion of this program is a measure of English proficiency for entrance into Open Learning programs and for entrance into graduate and undergraduate studies at the University of Guelph. For more information, refer to page 16 or visit: 6

7 Technical Requirements Most online courses have the following technical requirements. If you do not have these system requirements, consider either upgrading your personal computer or using a public access computer. Trying to use someone else s computer for the course may prove to be frustrating and difficult. Note: Some individual courses may have specific technical requirements. Contact us if you have questions about technical requirements. Phone: CA , ext FAX: CA Website: OpenEd.uoguelph.ca System Requirements Component Required Recommended Operating System Windows XP, Vista, Windows 7, Windows 8 or Mac OS X (up to ) (Note that some courses require access to a Windows-compatible computer) Windows 7 Video A minimum resolution of 1024 x 768 Resolution of 1024 x 768 or greater Peripherals Supported Browsers (Windows) Supported Browsers (Mac) CD/DVD-ROM Drive, Speakers Internet Explorer 9.0, 10.0, 11.0 to newest version Firefox 18 and up to newest version Safari 5.1.7, 6.0 to newest version Firefox 18 and up to newest version Internet Speed 56K modem DSL or Cable modem (high speed) Java Script Cookies Software Enabled Enabled Word processing software Academic Rules and Regulations The Open Learning program policies and procedures set out details of the University of Guelph s academic and administrative rules and regulations. It is important that students review this information and understand how this applies to them. The Open Learning program policies and procedures can be viewed at: current/undergrad-portal/handbooks. aspx. If you have any questions, please call us CA , or us Course Costs Tuition fees vary for different certificate, diploma, or non- degree professional development programs. For corresponding fees, visit OpenEd.uoguelph.ca or program specific websites. University of Guelph degree students must consult the Undergraduate Calendar for applicable tuition fees. Open Learning program Courses The University of Guelph operates on a three-semester system: n Winter Semester: January - April n Summer Semester: May - August n Fall Semester: September - December A wide selection of online courses is offered each semester from a variety of disciplines, and all are equivalent to on-campus courses in terms of curriculum and credit weight. If a listing of courses available for the upcoming semester is not enclosed with this guide, please call CA , or us or visit OpenEd.uoguelph.ca. Open Learning program courses are offered online and make effective use of online technologies, multimedia and external learning resources to support learning outcomes. Course manuals and DVDs may augment the content of some online courses. Information about how to obtain course materials is available on our website. Most courses also have required textbooks which can be purchased online, or by phone or fax, from the university bookstores. Textbook information is available on the course offering pages of our website. Course websites are available to learners on the first day of the semester. During the course, learners will interact with instructors and other learners via online discussion forums. Assignments are submitted electronically via the online dropbox. Note: Generally, those within 100 km of Guelph come to campus to write final examinations. However, at the request of the student, arrangements are made for learners to write examinations with a pre-approved examination supervisor at an alternate exam location. COURSE NUMBERING SYSTEM Department (e.g. Political Science) POLS*3440DE Level (e.g. 3rd year course) Distance Education Course (Section DE) Note: Non-degree professional development courses do not have course numbers. Course Guide 2015/2016 7

8 Online Course Listing Refer to OpenEd.uoguelph.ca for specific course details, schedules, technology, and resource requirements. - Indicates course is part of a certificate program Accounting ACCT*2220DE ACCT*2230DE ACCT*3330DE Animal Science ANSC*2340DE Anthropology ANTH*1150DE Art History ARTH*2290DE Arts and Sciences ASCI*3100DE ASCI*3200DE Biology BIOL*1500DE BIOL*2060DE Biomedical Sciences BIOM*2000DE BIOM*3090DE BIOM*3200DE BIOM*4090DE Botany BOT*2000DE Business BUS*2090DE BUS*3000DE Chemistry CHEM*1060DE CHEM*1100DE CHEM*3360DE Financial Accounting Management Accounting Intermediate Financial Accounting I Structure of Farm Animals Introduction to Anthropology History of Photographic Media Case Studies in Arts and Science Research Issues in Public Health Humans in the Natural World Ecology Concepts in Human Physiology Principles of Pharmacology Biomedical Physiology Pharmacology Plants, Biology and People Individuals and Groups in Organizations Human Resources Management Introductory Chemistry Chemistry Today Environmental Chemistry and Toxicology Computing and Information Science CIS*1000DE CIS*1200DE CIS*1500DE Introduction to Computer Applications Introduction to Computing Introduction to Programming CIS*2050DE CIS*2520DE CIS*3190DE Economics ECON*1050DE ECON*1100DE ECON*2100DE ECON*2200DE ECON*2310DE ECON*2410DE ECON*2560DE ECON*2770DE ECON*3660DE ECON*4400DE Engineering ENGG*3240DE English ENGL*1200DE ENGL*2640DE ENGL*2740DE ENGL*3360DE ENGL*3860DE Computers and Society Data Structures Software for Legacy Systems Introductory Microeconomics Introductory Macroeconomics Economic Growth and Environmental Quality Industrial Relations Intermediate Microeconomics Intermediate Macroeconomics Theory of Finance Introductory Mathematical Economics Economics of Equity Markets Economics of Organizations and Corporate Governance Engineering Economics Reading the Contemporary World Culture, Location, Identity: Minoritized Literatures in Canada and Beyond Children s Literature Scottish Literary Cultures Topics in Literacy and Cultural Studies Environmental Design and Rural Development EDRD*2020DE EDRD*2650DE EDRD*3120DE EDRD*3140DE EDRD*3160DE EDRD*3450DE EDRD*3500DE EDRD*4010DE EDRD*4120DE EDRD*4500DE Interpersonal Communication Introduction to Planning and Environmental Law Educational Communication Organizational Communication International Communication Watershed Planning Practice Recreation and Tourism Planning Tourism Planning in the Less Developed World Leadership Development in Small Organizations Planning Industrial Ecology: Design for Sustainability 8

9 Environmental Sciences ENVS*1060DE ENVS*2050DE ENVS*2060DE ENVS*2070DE ENVS*2120DE ENVS*2130DE ENVS*2210DE ENVS*2250DE ENVS*2270DE ENVS*3000DE ENVS*3010DE ENVS*3020DE ENVS*3040DE ENVS*3080DE Principles of Geology The Landscape of Scotland Soil Science Environmental Perspectives and Human Choices Introduction to Environmental Stewardship Eating Sustainably in Ontario Apiculture and Honey Bee Biology Geology of Natural Disasters Impacts of Climate Change Nature Interpretation Climate Change Biology Pesticides and the Environment Natural Chemicals in the Environment Soil and Water Conservation Family Relations and Human Development FRHD*1010DE FRHD*1020DE FRHD*2060DE FRHD*2100DE FRHD*2110DE FRHD*2260DE FRHD*2280DE FRHD*3190DE Food Science FOOD*2010DE FOOD*2400DE FOOD*2410DE FOOD*2420DE FOOD*3430DE FOOD*4310DE French Studies FREN*1090DE FREN*1100DE FREN*2020DE FREN*2500DE FREN*3520DE Geography GEOG*1200DE GEOG*1220DE GEOG*2210DE GEOG*2510DE GEOG*3020DE GEOG*3210DE GEOG*3490DE German Studies GERM*1100DE Hispanic Studies HISP*1100DE HISP*1110DE History Human Development Couple and Family Relationships Adult Development and Aging Development of Human Sexuality Exceptional Children and Youth Infant Development Adolescent Development Administration of Programs for Children Principles of Food Science Introduction to Food Chemistry Introduction to Food Processing Introduction to Food Microbiology Introduction to Food Analysis Food Safety Management Systems Basic French: Reading Basic French: Listening France: Literature and Society French Translation I French Composition II Society and Space Human Impact on the Environment Environment and Resources Canada: A Regional Synthesis Global Environmental Change Management of the Biophysical Environment Tourism and Environment Introductory German Introductory Spanish I Intermediate Spanish II HIST*2000DE The British Isles, HIST*2040DE War and Society HIST*2070DE HIST*2120DE HIST*2250DE HIST*2260DE HIST*2280DE HIST*2450DE HIST*2610DE HIST*3020DE HIST*3130DE HIST*3140DE HIST*3540DE Horticultural Science HORT*1120DE HORT*3430DE World Religions in Historical Perspective Animals and Society Environment and History Religion and Society Hockey in Canadian History The Practising Historian Contemporary Canadian Issues Sexuality and Gender in History Popular Culture and Punishment Witch-hunts and Popular Culture World War II Grape and Wine Science Wine-Grape Culture Hospitality and Tourism Management HTM*2030DE HTM*3180DE HTM*3780DE Control Systems in the Hospitality Industry Casino Operations Management Economics of Food Usage Human Resources and Organizational Behaviour HROB*2010DE HROB*3010DE HROB*3070DE HROB*4010DE HROB*4060DE Foundations of Leadership Managing and Rewarding Performance Attracting and Acquiring Talent Leadership Certificate Capstone Workforce Optimization Landscape Architecture LARC*2820DE Urban and Regional Planning Leadership LEAD*6000 Management MGMT*2150DE MGMT*3020DE MGMT*3320DE Foundations of Leadership (Hybrid) Introduction to Canadian Business Management Corporate Social Responsibility Financial Management Marketing and Consumer Studies MCS*1000DE MCS*2020DE MCS*2100DE MCS*3030DE MCS*3040DE Mathematics MATH*1030DE MATH*2150DE Introductory Marketing Marketing Information Management Personal Financial Management Research Methods Business and Consumer Law Business Mathematics Applied Matrix Algebra Molecular Biology and Genetics Music MBG*3060DE MBG*3090DE MUSC*1060DE MUSC*1130DE MUSC*2140DE MUSC*2150DE MUSC*2280DE Quantitative Genetics Applied Animal Genetics Classical Music: Context and Codes Introduction to Musicianship History of Jazz Music and Popular Culture Masterworks of Music Course Guide 2015/2016 9

10 Nutrition NUTR*1010DE NUTR*2050DE Pathology PATH*3610DE Philosophy Introduction to Nutrition Nutrition Through the Life Cycle Principles of Disease PHIL*1000DE Introduction to Philosophy: Major Texts PHIL*1010DE Introduction to Philosophy: Social and Polical Issues PHIL*2030DE Philosophy of Medicine PHIL*2060DE Philosophy of Feminism I PHIL*2070DE Philosophy of the Environment PHIL*2100DE Critical Thinking PHIL*2120DE Ethics PHIL*2130DE Philosophy of Religion PHIL*2220DE Philosophy and Literary Art PHIL*2600DE Business and Professional Ethics PHIL*3050DE Philosophy of Art Physics PHYS*1020DE PHYS*1600DE PHYS*2600DE PHYS*3080DE Political Science POLS*1400DE POLS*1500DE POLS*2000DE POLS*2250DE POLS*2300DE POLS*3250DE POLS*3300DE POLS*3370DE POLS*3440DE Psychology PSYC*1000DE PSYC*1010DE Introductory Physics Contemporary Astronomy General Astronomy Energy Issues in Canadian Politics World Politics Political Theory Public Administration and Governance Canadian Government and Politics Public Policy: Challenges and Prospects Governing Criminal Justice Environmental Politics and Governance Corruption, Scandal and Political Ethics Introduction to Psychology Quantification in Psychology PSYC*2310DE PSYC*2360DE PSYC*2390DE PSYC*2410DE PSYC*2450DE PSYC*2650DE PSYC*2740DE PSYC*3020DE PSYC*3250DE PSYC*3390DE PSYC*3480DE PSYC*3570DE PSYC*3710DE PSYC*3800DE PSYC*3850DE Sociology SOC*1100DE SOC*2070DE SOC*2760DE Introduction to Social Psychology Introductory Research Methods Principles of Sensation and Perception Behavioural Neuroscience I Introduction to Developmental Psychology Cognitive Psychology Personality Psychology of Law Psychological Measurement Abnormal Psychology Psychology of Sport The Psychology of Death and Dying Psychology of Learning Difficulties and Disabilities I Psychology and Education Intellectual Disabilities Sociology Social Deviance Homicide Sociology and Anthropology SOAN*2400DE Introduction to Gender Systems Statistics STAT*2040DE STAT*2060DE Studio Art SART*1150DE Theatre Studies THST*2500DE Toxicology TOX*3360DE Statistics I Statistics for Business Decisions Contemporary Artistic Practice Contemporary Cinema Environmental Chemistry and Toxicology Course codes and course offerings reflect information available at the time of printing and are subject to change without notice. 10

11 The Open Learning program is comprised of specialized certificate programs as follows: n Business n Communication Process n Environmental Citizenship n Environmental Conservation n Food Science n Hospitality Studies n Leadership n Public Policy and Administration Courses can be taken individually or as part of a certificate program. Certificate in Business* The Certificate in Business, available to both undergraduate students and Open Learners, is designed to benefit those who are not enrolled in a commerce program, but wish to develop the professional skills essential for business success. Required course: n FARE*3310 Operations Management n MGMT*2150DE Introduction to Canadian Business n MCS*1000DE Introductory Marketing Management n MCS*2020DE Marketing Information Management Restricted electives (2.00 credits) from the following: n MCS*2100DE Personal Financial Management n ACCT*2220DE Financial Accounting n MCS*3000 Advanced Marketing n ACCT*2230DE Management Accounting n POLS*3470 Business-Government Relations in n BUS*2090DE Individuals and Groups in Organizations Canada n ECON*1050DE Introductory Microeconomics As part of the 2.00 credit restricted electives students may n ECON*1100DE Introductory Macroeconomics select one of: n ECON*2200DE Industrial Relations n FREN*3530 Business French n EDRD*3140DE Organizational Communication n HISP*3530 Business Spanish n ENGG*3240DE Engineering Economics * Note: Students registered in B.COMM, Business Administration minor, Marketing Management minor or BA European Studies program with emphasis in European Business are not eligible for the certificate. Certificate in Communication Process: Bridging Theory and Practice The certificate will help you become a more successful communicator, through both verbal and nonverbal strategies, leading to more positive outcomes in both personal and professional settings. The five-course program is designed to benefit people working in a wide variety of industries such as environmental science, criminology, education, international development, engineering or business. Required courses: n EDRD*2020DE Interpersonal Communication n EDRD*3120DE Educational Communication n EDRD*3140DE Organizational Communication n EDRD*3160DE International Communication n EDRD*4120DE Leadership Development in Small Organizations Communication Process Business Note: Course codes ending with the letters DE indicate the course is offered online. Course Guide 2015/

12 Environmental Citizenship Certificate in Environmental Citizenship Developed from a social science perspective, this certificate is beneficial if you wish to learn more about the global environmental issues facing us today and in the future. You will gain in-depth knowledge about environmental changes, their global impact, and how one can directly contribute to the environment s sustainability. Required at least two 3000 or 4000 level courses from those listed below; six courses in total. Required course: Two or three of the following: n ENVS*2070DE Environmental Perspectives and Human Choices n BIOL*1500DE Humans in the Natural World Two or three of the following: n BIOL*2060DE Ecology n BOT*2000DE Plants, Biology and People n BOT*1200DE Plants and Human Use n ECON*1050DE Introductory Microeconomics n EDRD*3450DE Watershed Planning Practice n ECON*2100DE Economic Growth and Environmental Quality n EDRD*4010DE Tourism Planning in the Less n EDRD*3500DE Recreation and Tourism Planning Developed World n EDRD*4500DE Planning Industrial Ecology: Design for n ENVS*3000DE Nature Interpretation Sustainability n GEOG*2210DE Environment and Resources n ENVS*2120DE Introduction to Environmental Stewardship n GEOG*3020DE Global Environment Change n GEOG*1220DE Human Impact on the Environment n GEOG*3210DE Management of the Biophysical n HIST*2250DE Environment and History Environment n PHIL*2070DE Philosophy of the Environment n GEOG*3490DE Tourism and Environment n POLS*3370DE Environmental Politics and Governance Environmental Conservation Certificate in Environmental Conservation Developed from a biophysical science perspective, this certificate helps you to gain knowledge and an appreciation for environmental protection, conservation and preservation, and education and research. The program is designed to provide you with the credentials for professional advancement in the environment industry and/or personal enrichment. Required at least two 3000 or 4000 level courses from those listed below; six courses in total. Required course: Two or three of the following: n ENVS*2120DE Introduction to Environmental Stewardship n BIOL*2060DE Ecology Two or three of the following: n BIOL*3450 Introduction to Aquatic Environments n EDRD*3450DE Watershed Planning Practice n ENVS*3000DE Nature Interpretation n GEOG*1220DE Human Impact on the Environment n ENVS*3040DE Natural Chemicals in the Environment n GEOG*1300 Introduction to the Biophysical Environment n GEOG*2210DE Environment and Resources n ENVS*1060DE Principles of Geology n GEOG*3020DE Global Environmental Change n ENVS*2250DE Geology of Natural Disasters n GEOG*3210DE Management of the Biophysical n ENVS*2060DE Soil Science Environment n ENVS*3080DE Soil and Water Conservation Food Science Food Science Certificate Designed to provide a broad understanding of food science, this certificate program will be of interest to production supervisors, technicians, technical sales and marketing personnel, dietitians and nutritionists, and food and health inspectors. The program will also benefit those with new job responsibilities, a new position, or those thinking of changing careers, and require some formal food science training. Five required courses: n FOOD*2010DE Principles of Food Science n FOOD*2400DE Introduction to Food Chemistry n FOOD*2410DE Introduction to Food Processing n FOOD*2420DE Introduction to Food Microbiology n FOOD*3430DE Introduction to Food Analysis Pre-requisites: Individuals need to have completed post-secondary courses in basic chemistry and microbiology or biology. 12

13 Certificate in Hospitality Studies The online Certificate in Hospitality Studies program is designed to provide you with an excellent overview of the hospitality industry. If you are planning to advance your career in the field of hospitality, or need additional formal education in order to assume greater management responsibilities, you will benefit from this program. Required courses: n ACCT*2230DE Management Accounting n BUS*2090DE Individuals and Groups in Organizations n BUS*3000DE Human Resources Management n HTM*2030 DE Control Systems in the Hospitality Industry n MGMT*2150DE Introduction to Canadian Business Management Hospitality Studies Certificate in Leadership The Certificate in Leadership is a multidisciplinary, five-course program for undergraduate students and Open Learners. The certificate program combines on-campus and online courses to prepare you to thrive in today s dynamic workplace and to serve your community by equipping you with the right leadership knowledge and skills. Complement your studies with concrete experience by completing 120 hours of leadership practice. Required courses: n HROB*4100 Evidence-Based People n HROB*2010/HROB*2010DE Foundations of Leadership Management n HROB*4010/HROB*4010DE Leadership Certificate Capstone n EDRD*3140DE Organizational Communication One of three courses: n EDRD*3160DE International Communication n PHIL*2600/ PHIL*2600DE Business and Professional Ethics n EDRD*4120DE Leadership Development in n PHIL*2120/ PHIL*2120DE Ethics Small Organizations n POLS*3440/ POLS*3440DE Corruption, Scandal and n MGMT*2150DE Introduction to Canadian Political Ethics Business Management n PHIL*2100/ PHIL*2100DE Critical Thinking Choice of two elective courses: n POLS*2250/ POLS*2250DE Public Administration and n BUS*2090/BUS*2090DE Individuals and Groups in Governance Organizations n PSYC*3070 Psychology in Human n BUS*3000 / BUS*3000DE Human Resources Resource Management Management n PSYC*3080 Organizational Psychology n HROB*4030 Advanced Topics in Leadership and Organizational Management Leadership Certificate in Public Policy & Administration The five-course certificate is designed to provide a solid foundation in key concepts related to Canadian government, policy and administration. The certificate will be of interest to individuals currently working or seeking employment in the public sector or quasi-public sector as well as undergraduate students majoring in Public Management, Political Science, Criminal Justice and Public Policy. To earn the certificate, students will be required to successfully complete five of the six courses. Required courses: n POLS*1400DE Issues in Canadian Politics n POLS*2250DE Public Administration and Governance Elective courses: n POLS*2300DE Canadian Government and Politics n POLS*3250DE Public Policy: Challenges and Prospects n POLS*3370DE Environmental Politics and Governance n POLS*3440DE Corruption, Scandal and Political Ethics Public Policy & Administration Course Guide 2015/

14 Online Graduate Programs MA (Leadership) The University of Guelph s MA (Leadership) graduate degree program is an innovative online program designed to enhance your leadership potential without having to interrupt your career. The interdisciplinary program utilizing real business and leadership is a 24-month program consisting of eight interdisciplinary courses and the option to either complete the program with a Major Research Project or by taking two additional online courses. Courses are based upon applied knowledge whereby students confront real leadership issues pertaining to specific situations and/or organizations. Online courses can be completed anywhere that Internet service is available. Students are provided with all of the resources needed to successfully complete their online studies such as text books and electronic resources. The MA (Leadership) program provides three entry points: January, May and September. MBA The University of Guelph MBA applies contemporary management concepts and strategies to industries where the university has distinctive capability. Upon admission, participants choose to concentrate their MBA studies in one of three broad industry groups: Food and Agribusiness Management, Hospitality and Tourism Management or Sustainable Commerce. The University of Guelph MBA program includes a core group of courses that build and develop key managerial skills, and specialization courses that allow participants to apply concepts and skills to management situations in a particular sector. Case studies are widely used. Participants complete their program with a Major Research Project or by taking two additional online courses. 14

15 Continuing Education Programs Continuing Education programs offer a wide range of specialized non-degree learning opportunities that range from one-, two-, and three-day short courses and conferences to 12-week certificate and diploma program courses. These offerings are designed to meet the specific learning and professional development needs of adult learners. Our Continuing Education offerings reflect the unique teaching expertise and research strengths of the University of Guelph. Certificate and diploma programs are designed for individuals wishing to enter various fields, or those already in these fields wishing to enhance their knowledge and skills for career advancement. has many external partners in industry, government, and other educational institutions with whom we work to ensure that our continuing education programs meet the needs of both learners and industry. As well, many of the continuing education certificate courses and programs are approved and/or accredited by various professional associations. Horticulturist Diploma Browse through the Continuing Education offerings described in this guide, and visit the program-specific websites as noted. Custom Programs collaborates with industry and professional associations on the development and delivery of industry-specific learning opportunities. For more information on how your organization can benefit from our services, please contact Open Learning and Educational Support at CA or send an to Course and Program Fees Fees vary for different workshops, courses, certificates, and diplomas. Visit OpenEd. uoguelph.ca or the specific program websites (see descriptions in this guide) for corresponding fees, detailed information, and registration. Creating Landscapes Diploma The Horticulturist Diploma is designed for landscape company staff, parks and recreation employees, institutional ground staff, naturalists, urban gardeners and environmental advocates. The diploma will enhance knowledge and skills relating to residential gardens, urban spaces and small public recreational areas. This new online program will offer a high standard of horticultural understanding and insight encouraging participants to locate, analyze and put into practice sound horticultural knowledge. The existing Horticulturist Certificate will serve as the foundation for the diploma courses. Students must successfully complete all seven existing Horticulturist Certificate courses offered by before proceeding to the three proposed diploma courses. This new online program has been designed for landscape professionals wishing to develop or improve design skills, and for homeowners wanting a better understanding of the design and function of their landscape environment. This diploma will provide students with knowledge and skills in the theories and principles guiding meaningful landscape design and in the techniques used to create landscape drawings. The existing Creating Landscapes Certificate will serve as the foundation for the diploma courses. Students must successfully complete all six existing Creating Landscapes Certificate courses as offered by Open Learning and Educational Support before proceeding to the four proposed diploma courses. Course Guide 2015/

16 Diplomas Creating Landscapes Diploma, (page 15): Diploma in Equine Studies, (page 17): Diploma in Human Resources Management, (page 18)ȼ Diploma in School Board Administration (OASBO), (page 18) : Horticulturist Diploma, (page 15): Certificates Certificate in Coaching for Leadership, (page 17) : Certificate in Couple and Family Therapy Studies, (page 19)ȼ Certificate in Equine Business Management, (page17) : Certificate in Laboratory Animal Medicine Canada, : Certificate in Laboratory Animal Medicine India, : Certificate in Laboratory Animal Medicine United States, : Creating Landscapes Certificate, (page 15) : Creative Writing Certificate, (page 17)ȼ English Language Certificate Program, (page 16)ȼ Equine Science Certificate, (page 17) : Equine Welfare Certificate, (page 17) : Growing Plants for Profit Certificate, (page 19) : Maintaining Golf Courses Certificate, (page 19) : Sustainable Landscape Certificate, (page 19) : Urban Sustainable Agriculture Certificate, (page 19) : Urban Sustainable Horticulture Certificate, (page 19) : The Horticulturist Certificate, (page 19) : Ontario Association of School Business Officials Certificates (OASBO) n Certificate in Disability Management and Attendance Support (page 18)ȼ n Certificate in Facilities Management (page 18)ȼ n Certificate in Freedom of Information and Records Information Managementȼ n Certificate in Human Resources Management for School Board Administratorsȼ n Certificate in Information and Communication Technology Managementȼ n Certificate in Pupil Transportation Managementȼ n Certificate in Supply Chain Management (page 18)ȼ Courses Advanced Equine Behaviour, : Advanced Equine Functional Anatomy, : Advanced Equine Health through Nutrition, : Advanced Principles of Toxicology, Geographical Epidemiology, Introduction to DNA Barcoding, (page 19) : Introduction to GIS for Public Health, (page 17) : Turf Managers Short Course, (page 19)ȼ English Language Programs (ELP) English Language Certificate Program Improve your English skills for successful university study at the undergraduate or graduate levels. Learn the skills needed for academic writing, effective presentations, critical thinking, listening to lectures and reading academic texts. Classes are available at 10 levels, ranging from a high beginner level to advanced level. The duration of each level is seven weeks. There are six entry points each year with classes beginning in January, March, May, July, September and November. Successful completion of the advanced levels 9 and 10 of the English Language Certificate Program meets the proficiency requirement for Open Learning courses, University of Guelph undergraduate and graduate study, University of Guelph-Humber and Wilfrid Laurier University undergraduate study. Registration in the program includes academic advisement, conversation partners, student services and a full range of student activities and excursions. For more information, write to Conferences Annual Guelph Sexuality Conference, (page 19)ȼ Drainage Engineers Conference, Ontario Turfgrass Symposium, The Accessibility Conference, (page 19)ȼ :Online program,ȼ Face-to-face program 16

17 Certificate in Equine Business Management Turn your love for horses into a business in the equine industry. A series of online courses covering n business planning n equine management n financial management n marketing n the equine industry n event management n journalism provides learners with the basic knowledge to develop a business. Equine Science Certificate This award-winning, online certificate is designed for those who wish to improve the health and welfare of their horses. Students will learn the fundamentals of nutrition, exercise physiology, genetics, anatomy, and foaling as well as setting up a safe and environmentally responsible barn and property. Diploma in Equine Studies A comprehensive course of study for both the horse owner and those interested in a career in the equine industry. A series of ten online courses provides you with a foundation in both equine science and business. Equine Welfare Certificate The Equine Welfare Certificate has been designed to engage students who have a passion for making a better world for our equines and will examine the biological and emotional factors that affect a horse s quality of life. During the course of the certificate students will: n Explore past and current equine practices from a welfare perspective. n Develop a high level of understanding of equine behaviour and the abnormal behaviours and management practices which contribute to them. n Analyze the nutritional requirements of healthy horses by studying research and theory and applying the theory to practice. n Develop an understanding of the difference between animal legislation, regulation and practice. Certificate in Coaching for Leadership Employee engagement and performance management are essential drivers in high performing organizations. The Coaching for Leadership program focuses on developing your leadership skills using the coach approach. The program consists of four online courses. Each course is eight (8) weeks in duration. The program can be completed within a year. Who should participate in this online program? Senior leaders, managers, supervisors, human resource professionals, project managers and organizational consultants, or leaders with direct reports. Courses include: n Creating a Foundation for Leadership Coaching n Performance Management Fundamentals n The Coach Approach n Harness Conflict and Build Trust Creative Writing at Guelph Creative Writing at Guelph is a new program of writing courses. These courses are open to all and offer practical guidance in how to generate ideas, take that spark of inspiration to the page, advance your writing skills, and explore your creativity while offering advice about publishing and bringing your work to the world. Courses include: n Introduction to Creative Writing n Creative Writing through Reading n The Novel n The Short Story n Poetry n Creative Nonfiction n The Art of Making Plays: Creating characters, developing stories and writing dialogue n Children and Young Adult Writing n Talking the Talk: The art of writing dialogue n Writing Mystery Introduction to Geographic Information Systems (GIS) for Public Health Geographic Information Systems (GIS) represent a number of technologies that are used to map and analyze locational patterns. The primary objective of this course is explore the core concepts of these technologies and to provide participants with the skills and knowledge to prepare informative maps and conduct preliminary spatial analyses applicable for use within the fields of public health and epidemiology. This new eight-week online course is intended primarily for professional practitioners currently working in public health and/or epidemiology fields, or recent graduates who are interested in gaining employment in this field. Course Guide 2015/

18 Diploma in School Board Administration (OASBO) Building business and leadership skills one step at a time, the Diploma in School Board Administration is designed for Ontario school board professionals who wish to develop and enhance their skills and knowledge related to board business functions and operations. The program consists of six online core courses and four in-classroom electives. Elective courses can be selected from OASBO Certificate Programs. Program Benefits n Augment your career path within the school board environment n Enhance your ability to inform and contribute to strategic decisions n Increase your capacity to lead, manage and optimize business operations n Build on current knowledge and skills in your business role Certificate in Disability Management and Attendance Support (OASBO) The Certificate in Disability Management and Attendance Support will provide participants with knowledge and skills required to develop, implement and evaluate a disability and attendance support program in their workplace. The certificate consists of four face-to-face courses over a five-day period. Learn to apply concepts, processes, programs and legislation to the complexities of disability management and attendance support in the workplace. Courses include: n Fundamentals of Disability Management and Attendance Support n Program Development and Administration n Case Management Strategies n Return to Work, Disability Management and Attendance Support Program Evaluation Certificate in Facilities Management (OASBO) The Certificate in Facilities Management provides participants with the knowledge and skills required to manage school board infrastructure, meet standards and requirements, ensure facility sustainability and create green learning environments. Identify, interpret and address processes, stakeholders, legislation, regulations, techniques and challenges involved in developing and delivering a Facilities Management program in today s school board environment. Acquire practical skills that can improve the success and sustainability of facilities management. Courses include: n Property and Facilities Management Design and Build n Property and Facilities Management Operations and Maintenance n Human Resources Management n Financial Management Certificate in Supply Chain Management (OASBO) The certificate will provide professionals with knowledge and skills required in public sector procurement and supply chain management in the school board environment. Participants will learn how to form strategic sourcing decisions, utilize various methods of procurement, manage the competitive bidding process and navigate supplier/vendor relationships from negotiation to dissolution. Courses include: n Principles of Supply Chain Management n Sourcing and Competitive Bidding n Negotiation and Resolution n Contract Management Diploma in Human Resources Management Human Resources Management is critical to achieving organizational effectiveness in today s business environment. Participants will learn how to leverage and develop their skills to achieve creative and innovative organizational business goals. The Diploma in Human Resources Management program consists of nine (9) HRPA approved courses and one elective. Courses n Compensation and Benefits n Finance and Accounting Concepts n Human Resources Administration n Human Resources Planning n Labour Management Relations n Occupational Health and Safety n Organization and Management n Recruitment and Selection n Training and Development n One elective (refer to Program website above) 18

19 Sustainable Urban Horticulture and Sustainable Urban Agriculture Certificates Online Develop your urban or suburban site using productive, sustainable, economical and socially responsible production techniques. Learn how to make our urban/suburban landscapes more productive and responsive through ecological stewardship, promote community and grow great tasting food! Choose one or both certificates or select individual courses for general interest all offered online! Growing techniques, site restoration and naturalization, plant identification and benefits to urban environments are some of the available topics you will explore. Horticulture, Turf and Landscape Certificates Online Get practical and applied information from any one of our five online certificate programs offered as part of 12-week semesters. Engaging and informative, courses can be taken individually or as part of a certificate. Turf Managers Short Course Join this intensive, four-week, on-campus course which covers all aspects of turf, insect, disease and weed management, irrigation, construction and drainage. Connect with participants from every Canadian province and all turf industry segments including golf courses, lawn maintenance and landscaping, sports turf and sod production. Introduction to DNA Barcoding Gain a basic understanding of DNA-based approaches for species identification and discovery. In this online course, you will explore the historical framework for species identification, and receive an overview of barcoding applications, analysis and interpretation of results. The benefits of basic research in the fields of taxonomy, ecology, and evolution will be explored. Certificate in Couple & Family Therapy Studies Explore the major theories and central concepts that form the foundations of couple, family, and marriage therapy. These interactive courses use a variety of teaching and learning strategies in order to effectively translate theories into practical methods for contemporary therapists. Offered jointly with the Ontario Association of Marriage and Family Therapy (OAMFT), these graduate-level courses allow practitioners to explore couple and family therapy as a career option, upgrade education and skills, and work towards the course content requirements for AAMFT Clinical Membership. Annual Guelph Sexuality Conference and Sex Health Education Bodies: Resistance, liberation, health and pleasure. Thursday June 18 & Friday June 19, 2015 The 37th Annual Guelph Sexuality Conference is a premier academic, educational and informational forum for sexual health professionals. Our bodies is this year s theme. An essential component of our sexuality, both personally and politically, bodies are an integral part of our health, and a site of pleasure. Bodies are also policed, regulated and subject to social norms and pressures. This year we aim to reset these pressures and create liberation. This national conference features plenary speakers, workshops, research presentations, posters, exhibits, social events and networking opportunities. Intensive Sex Therapy Training Program - Monday May 25 - Friday May 29, 2015 A five-day professional training credit course for qualifying therapists STI Clinical Update and More - Thursday June 18, 2015 Updates on the treatment and management of sexually transmitted infections for public health educators and medical professionals. The Accessibility Conference Choosing Bridges over Barriers Providing information, communication and technology in accessible formats is an important part of the university s commitment to equity. Directed towards attendees from the public and private sectors including educators, IT managers and providers, web managers and content providers, course designers, and individuals who create and disseminate information the conference will raise awareness of information and communication accessibility issues and will provide practical tools and strategies to incorporate accessibility into the real-world environment. For the most up-to-date course and program offering dates, visit OpenEd.uoguelph.ca Course Guide 2015/

20 Open Learning Program n open access to degree-credit online distance education courses n accessible, flexible and innovative n a wide array of learning resources Distance Education n degree-credit online distance education courses for university students Continuing Education n courses, workshops, conferences and certificate/diploma programs for professional development or personal enrichment n customized training and education n program development and management services n English Language University Preparation Programs Contact Information: Phone: CA Fax: CA Website: OpenEd.uoguelph.ca University of Guelph Johnston Hall, Room 160 Guelph, ON N1G 2W1 CANADA

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