WINTER 2011 CURRICULUM

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1 ANTHROPOLOGY THE HUMAN EXPERIENCE: AN INTRODUCTION TO ANTHROPOLOGY (40) (IN) BIOLOGY VA (300.A0) 381-HSF-VA GENERAL BIOLOGY I - FOR SCIENCE STUDENTS ONLY (22) NYA-05 General Chemistry 202-NYA Note: 10 Thursday Labs - dates to be determined BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION - AEC = Attestation d'études collégiales Note: These courses are part of the Accounting (LCA.8N) and Management (LCA.8P) A.E.C. Programs. INTRODUCTION TO BUSINESS (40) (Accounting and Management AEC) INTRODUCTION TO BUSINESS (40) (Accounting and Management AEC) Also a Cégep à la carte course ACCOUNTING 1 (20) (Software-Enhanced Section) (Accounting and Management AEC) ACCOUNTING 1 (40) (Regular Section) (Accounting and Management AEC) BUSINESS COMPUTER APPLICATIONS (30) (Using Office 2007) (Accounting and Management AEC) BUSINESS LAW (40) (Accounting and Management AEC) ACCOUNTING 2 (40) (Accounting and Management AEC) FINANCE (Accounting AEC) (40) TAXATION (Accounting AEC) (40) COMPUTERIZED ACCOUNTING (SIMPLY ACCOUNTING/ACCPAC) (Accounting AEC) (25) MARKETING (Management AEC) (40) HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT AND SUPERVISION (Management AEC) (40) VA (AEC) VA (CALC) VA (AEC) VA (CALC) VA (AEC) VA (CALC) VA (AEC) VA (CALC) VA (AEC) VA (CALC) W 6:30-9:30 45 A-401 T 6:30-9:30 Th 6:30-9:30 (lab) Basic knowledge of computers Th 6:00-8:00 8:00-10:00 75 A-311 A-407 M 6:00-10:00 60 D-244 T 6:00-10:00 60 D A-302 D-243 Th 6:00-10:00 60 D-543 W 6:00-10:00 60 N VA (AEC) VA (CALC) M 6:00-9:00 45 A VA (AEC) Accounting 1 ( ) Th 6:00-10:00 60 A VA (CALC) FINANCE (Accounting AEC) (40) VA (AEC) Accounting 1 ( ) and W 6:00-10:00 60 A VA (CALC) Intro to Business ( ) VA (AEC) Accounting 1 ( ) and Accounting 2 ( ) M 6:00-10:00 60 A VA (CALC) VA (AEC) Accounting 1 ( ) and Accounting 2 ( ) W 6:00-9:00 45 N VA (CALC) VA (AEC) VA (CALC) VA (AEC) VA (CALC) Introduction to Business ( ) M 6:00-10:00 60 C-402 Introduction to Business ( ) AND Human Resource Management & Supervision ( ) T 6:00-10:00 60 A-312 (T) = Techniques 1 Nov. 11, 2010

2 PERSONAL INVESTMENTS INTENSIVE COURSES PERSONAL INVESTMENTS: MUTUAL FUNDS (40) Only for students working in the Investment field. A letter from the employer must be submitted. Dates: January 23 to March 6, 2011 (7 weeks) CHEMISTRY SECONDARY 5 CHEMISTRY - REMEDIAL ACTIVITIES (CH 504) (23) SECONDARY 5 CHEMISTRY - REMEDIAL ACTIVITIES (CH 504) (23) Secondary 4 Science STE 404 or SE 402 or High School Physical Science (436) or CEGEP Physical Science ( ) Secondary 4 Science STE 404 or SE 402 or High School Physical Science (436) or CEGEP Physical Science ( ) Sun 9:00am-12:00pm 12:45-4:15pm (last class ends at 3:45 pm) M 6:30-8:30 (lab) W 6:30-9:30 T 6:30-9:30 Th 6:30-8:30 (lab) 45 A-001H 75 A-516 A A-548 A-516 GENERAL CHEMISTRY (22) NYA-05 High School Chemistry (534) or Cegep Chemistry ( ) M 6:00-9:00 W 6:00-8:00 (lab) 75 A-569 A-516 CHEMISTRY AND THE MODERN WORLD: FOOD AND DRUGS (22) (CA) HTF-05 General Chemistry (202-NYA) T 6:30-9:30 Th 6:30-8:30 (lab) 75 A-569 A-570 COMMUNICATIONS FILM DIRECTORS & FILM STYLES (Cinema/Art) (30) VA (500.AC) W 6:30-9:30 45 C HSE-03 DIGITAL DESIGN I (USING MAC COMPUTERS) (30) (T) VA (500.AC) Th 6:30-9:30 45 C HTE-03 COMPUTER SCIENCE UNDERSTANDING EXCEL (USING EXCEL 2007) (40) HTQ-VA Can be taken as a Complementary course or 'Hors Th 6:00-9:00 (lab) 45 D-210 Programme' COMPUTER SCIENCE - WEB & DATABASE PROGRAMMING A.E.C. - (LEA.2B) COURSES UNDERSTANDING COMPUTERS (USING OFFICE 2007) (20) VA (AEC) VA (CALC) Note: This is the first course in the Web & Database Programming A.E.C. Th 6:00-9:00 (lab) 45 D-241 ADVANCED PROGRAMMING IN JAVA (20) VA (AEC) Programming in JAVA ( ) M 6:00-9:00 (lab) 45 D VA (CALC) DEVELOPING APPLICATIONS USING ORACLE (20) (V.10g) VA (AEC) Intro to Databases Using Oracle ( ) W 6:00-9:00 (lab) 45 D VA (CALC) WEB PROGRAMMING (20) VA (AEC) VA (CALC) Introduction to Linux ( ) T 6:00-9:00 (lab) 45 D-241 (T) = Techniques 2 Nov. 11, 2010

3 EARLY CHILDHOOD EDUCATION - A.E.C. JEE.0K NOTE: ALL NEW STUDENTS WANTING TO BEGIN THE EVENING E.C.E. JEE.0K PROGRAM, MUST ATTEND THE INFORMATION SESSION ON WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 18/10 FROM 6:00-9:00PM. PLEASE CALL TO CONFIRM YOUR ATTENDANCE. INTRODUCTION TO EARLY CHILDHOOD PROFESSION RL Recommended 1st course in JEE.OK Program W 6:00-10:00 60 A-302 (BLOCK 1) (30) Can be taken with other Block I courses DOCUMENT DESIGN & PRODUCTION IN THE EARLY RL Th 6:30-9:30 45 D-242 CHILDHOOD FIELD ( BLOCK 1) (30) SAFETY IN CHILD CARE (BLOCK 1) (25) RL T 6:30-9:30 45 A-302 OBSERVING CHILDREN (BLOCK 1) (30) RL M 6:30-9:30 45 A-314 CHILD DEVELOPMENT 1 (BLOCK 1) (40) RL Sat. 9:00am-1:00pm 60 D-221 CHILD DEVELOPMENT 2 (BLOCK 2) (40) RL Child Development I ( RL) W 6:00-10:00 60 A-316 Students must have passed all Block I courses. COMMUNICATION SKILLS FOR EDUCATORS (BLOCK 2) (30) RL Students must have passed all Block I courses. T 6:30-9:30 45 A-340 CHILD HEALTH IN CHILD CARE (BLOCK 2) (30) RL Students must have passed all Block I courses. M 6:30-9:30 45 A-316 THE DEVELOPMENT OF MEANINGFUL RELATIONSHIPS RL Students must have passed all Block I courses. Th 6:30-9:30 45 A-342 WITH CHILDREN (BLOCK 2) (30) THE DEVELOPMENT OF AUTONOMY IN YOUNG CHILDREN RL Students must have passed all Block I courses. S 9:00am-12:00pm 45 A-342 (BLOCK 2) (30) FIELDWORK 1 - INITIATION (BLOCK 2) (26) RL Students must have passed all Block 1 and Block 2 courses. Students must be working or volunteering a M 6:30-9:30 Dates: Jan. 31, Feb. 135 A-329 minimum of 7 hours per week in a child care setting. The 14, 28, Mar. 14, 28, Fieldwork Placement Form must be handed in at the time Apr. 11, 18 & May 2, of registration. All Fieldwork students are subject to a 2011 Police Check and must be fully immunized. Note: (105 hrs in a Daycare & 24 hrs in class seminar) and 6 hours group seminar, with supervisor. CREATIVITY IN THE WORKPLACE (BLOCK 3) (30) RL Students must have passed all Block 2 courses. W 6:30-9:30 45 N-162 Recommended: Working or Volunteering in a child care setting EDUCATIONAL ACTIVITIES FOR INFANTS AND TODDLERS (0-2 YRS) (BLOCK 3) (30) RL Students must have passed all Block 2 courses. Recommended: Working or Volunteering in a child care setting T 6:30-10:00 (Jan. 25 to May10) Th 6:30-9:45 (Feb. 3, 17, Mar. 10, 24, Apr. 7, 21 & May 5) (last class 6:30-9:30) 75 A-306 (T) = Techniques 3 Nov. 11, 2010

4 EARLY CHILDHOOD EDUCATION - A.E.C. JEE.0K - CONT'D EDUCATIONAL ACTIVITIES FOR YOUNG CHILDREN (3-5 YRS) (BLOCK 3) (30) EDUCATIONAL ACTIVITIES FOR SCHOOL-AGE CHILDREN (6-12 YRS) (BLOCK 4) (30) RL Students must have passed all Block 2 courses. Recommended: Working or Volunteering in a child care setting RL Students must have passed all Block 3 courses. Recommended: Working or Volunteering in a child care setting M 6:30-10:00 (Jan. 24 to May 9 - No class Apr. 25) W 6:30-9:45 (Jan 26, Feb. 9, 23, Mar. 9, 23, Apr. 13 & 27) (last class 6:30-9:30) T 6:30-10:00 (Jan. 25 to May10) Th 6:30-9:45 (Feb. 3, 17, Mar. 10, 24, Apr. 7, 21 & May 5) (last class 6:30-9:30) 75 A-401 N E-509 GUIDANCE INTERVENTIONS (BLOCK 4) (30) RL Students must have passed all Block 3 courses. Recommended: Working or Volunteering in a child care setting FIELDWORK 2 - INTEGRATION (BLOCK 4) (26) F-RL Students must have passed all Block 1, Block 2, Block 3 and Block 4 courses. Students must be working or volunteering a minimum of 14 hours per week in a child care setting. The Fieldwork Placement Form must be handed in at the time of registration. All Fieldwork students are subject to a Police Check and must be fully immunized S 9:00am-1:00pm 60 A-308 W 6:30-9:00 (20 hrs in class) Dates: Jan. 26, Feb. 9, 23, Mar. 9, 23, Apr. 6, 20, May 4, 2011 Note: 210 hrs in a Daycare & 20 hrs In Class Seminar, 6 hrs Individual Seminar with Supervisor, and 4 hrs Small Group Seminar with supervisor. 240 A-315 EARLY CHILDHOOD EDUCATION - DEC or Cégep à la carte Courses DEC = Diplome d'études collégiales ORGANIZATION OF AN EARLY CHILDHOOD SERVICE (30) VA (DEC) VA (CALC) T 6:30-9:30 45 D-506 INTRODUCTION TO THE ADMINISTRATION OF AN EARLY CHILDHOOD SERVICE (30) INCLUSION ISSUES IN EARLY CHILDHOOD (30) VA (DEC) VA (CALC) VA (DEC) VA (CALC) W 6:00-10:00 60 D-506 Th 6:30-9:30 45 D-506 (T) = Techniques 4 Nov. 11, 2010

5 HOME DAYCARE FAMILY HOME DAYCARE (30) GJC-03 This course is open to anyone who is interested in a S 9:00am-12:00pm 45 D-244 career in family home daycare. Students who do not bring proof of their recognition as a government subsidized home daycare provider, will be charged 'Hors Programme' fees. ECONOMICS MACRO ECONOMICS (40) (IN) MICRO ECONOMICS (40) (AN) VA (300.A0) 383-HSA VA (300.A0) 383-HTB-03 M 6:00-9:00 45 A-342 Macro Economics ( ) S 9:00am-12:00pm 45 A-337 ENGLISH (PLACEMENT TEST REQUIRED) INTRODUCTORY ENGLISH COURSES INTRODUCTION TO COLLEGE ENGLISH (27) MQ Placement Test Required S 9:00am-1:00pm 60 A-311 (Previously ) INTRODUCTION TO COLLEGE ENGLISH (27) MQ Placement Test Required T 6:00-10:00 60 E-513 (Previously ) INTRODUCTION TO COLLEGE ENGLISH (27) MQ Placement Test Required T 6:00-10:00 60 C-402 (Previously ) POST-INTRODUCTORY ENGLISH COURSES ENGLISH LITERARY GENRES (40) MQ or equivalent M 6:00-10:00 60 D-543 ENGLISH LITERARY GENRES (40) MQ or equivalent Th 6:00-10:00 60 B-502 ENGLISH LITERARY GENRES (40) (Back-Up) MQ or equivalent Th 6:00-10:00 60 A-329 ENGLISH LITERARY THEMES (40) MQ or equivalent T 6:00-10:00 60 C-418 ENGLISH LITERARY THEMES (40) (Back-Up) MQ or equivalent T 6:00-10:00 60 A-342 ENGLISH LITERARY THEMES (40) MQ or equivalent W 6:00-10:00 60 K-322 ENGLISH - BLOCK B (40) (CA) HSZ or equivalent T 6:00-10:00 60 D-221 ENGLISH - BLOCK B (40) (CA) HSZ or equivalent W 6:00-10:00 60 D-244 ENGLISH - BLOCK B (40) (CA) (Back-Up) HSZ or equivalent W 6:00-10:00 60 A-342 (T) = Techniques 5 Nov. 11, 2010

6 FRENCH (Courses and prepare students for College level French and do not count toward graduation.) INITIATION AU FRANCAIS, LANGUE SECONDE (27) S 9:00am-3:00pm 90 C-402 (FRENCH FOR NON-FRANCOPHONES 1) INITIATION AU FRANCAIS, LANGUE SECONDE (27) S 9:00am-3:00pm 90 C-418 (FRENCH FOR NON-FRANCOPHONES 1) (BACK-UP) PRATIQUE DU FRANCAIS, LANGUE SECONDE, À L'ORAL ET À L'ÉCRIT POUR LES ÉLÈVES NON FRANCOPHONES (27) (FRENCH FOR NON-FRANCOPHONES 2) French II ( ), Initiation au français, langue seconde (FRA-NC2-90 or ) or equivalent S 9:00am-3:00pm 90 A-340 PRATIQUE DU FRANCAIS, LANGUE SECONDE, À L'ORAL ET À L'ÉCRIT POUR LES ÉLÈVES NON FRANCOPHONES (27) (FRENCH FOR NON-FRANCOPHONES 2) (BACK-UP) RÉDACTION D'AFFAIRES (FRENCH WRITTEN COMMUNICATION) (20) TRANSLATION (20) HISTORY French II ( ), Initiation au français, langue seconde (FRA-NC2-90 or ) or equivalent WESTERN CIVILIZATION (40) (IN) WESTERN CIVILIZATION (40) (IN) TOPICS IN LOCAL HISTORY: MONTREAL THEN AND NOW 2732 (40) (AP) HTE-VA (AEC) 602-HTE-VA (CALC) 602-HTF-04 (AEC) 602-HTF-04 (CALC) VA (300.A0) 330-HSA VA (300.A0) 330-HSA VA (300.A0) 330-HTL-VA History of Western Civilization ( ) This course is not open to students in 300.AB or 300.A3 S 9:00am-3:00pm 90 A-314 T 6:00-9:00 45 B-429 W 6:00-10:00 60 B-429 S 9:00am-12:00pm 45 B-502 Th 6:00-9:00 45 D-542 Th 6:00-9:00 45 A-340 (T) = Techniques 6 Nov. 11, 2010

7 HUMANITIES HUMANITIES: WORLD VIEWS (40) MQ S 9:00am-12:00pm 45 D-506 (Previously ) HUMANITIES: WORLD VIEWS (40) MQ M 6:00-9:00 45 D-546 (Previously ) HUMANITIES: WORLD VIEWS (40) MQ (Previously ) M 6:00-9:00 45 C-418 HUMANITIES: KNOWLEDGE (40) MQ (Previously ) T 6:00-10:00 60 D-544 HUMANITIES: KNOWLEDGE (40) MQ (Previously ) HUMANITIES: KNOWLEDGE (40) MQ (Previously ) W 6:00-10:00 60 D-544 Th 6:00-10:00 60 D-544 HUMANITIES - BLOCK B: ETHICAL ISSUES (40) (CA) HSZ-VA or T 6:00-9:00 45 D-244 HUMANITIES - BLOCK B: ETHICAL ISSUES (40) (CA) HSZ-VA or Th 6:00-9:00 45 A-316 MATHEMATICS SECONDARY 4 MATHEMATICS - REMEDIAL ACTIVITIES (TS 406 or SN 406) (40) SECONDARY 4 MATHEMATICS - REMEDIAL ACTIVITIES (TS 406 or SN 406) (40) SECONDARY 5 MATHEMATICS - REMEDIAL ACTIVITIES (TS 506 or SN 506) (40) Secondary 4 Mathematics (CST) M & W 6:00-8:00 60 A Secondary 4 Mathematics (CST) T & Th 6:00-8:00 60 A Secondary 4 Mathematics TS 406 or SN 406 or High School Math (436) or CEGEP Math ( ) M & W 6:00-9:00 90 A-320 SECONDARY 5 MATHEMATICS - REMEDIAL ACTIVITIES (TS 506 or SN 506) (40) Secondary 4 Mathematics TS 406 or SN 406 or High School Math (436) or CEGEP Math ( ) T & Th 6:00-9:00 90 A-320 CALCULUS 1 - FOR SCIENCE STUDENTS(40) NYA-05 Secondary 5 Mathematics - Remedial Activities , or High School Math TS 506, SN 506, or 536, or Math 536 Upgrading ( ) CALCULUS 1 - FOR SOCIAL SCIENCE OR COMMERCE STUDENTS (40) VA Secondary 5 Mathematics - Remedial Activities , or High School Math TS 506, SN 506, 526, or 536, or Math 536 Upgrading ( ) M & W 6:30-9:00 75 A-340 M & W 6:30-9:00 75 B-503 (T) = Techniques 7 Nov. 11, 2010

8 MATHEMATICS (Continued) LINEAR ALGEBRA 1 - FOR SCIENCE STUDENTS (40) NYC-05 Secondary 5 Mathematics - Remedial Activities 201- T & Th 6:30-9:00 75 B , or High School Math TS 506, SN 506, or 536, or Math 536 Upgrading ( ) Recommended: Calculus I (201-NYA) and Calculus 2 (201-NYB) LINEAR ALGEBRA 1 - FOR SOCIAL SCIENCE OR VA Secondary 5 Mathematics - Remedial Activities 201- T & Th 6:30-9:00 75 D-508 COMMERCE STUDENTS (40) , or High School Math TS 506, SN 506, 526, or 536, or Math 536 Upgrading ( ) Recommended: Calculus I (201-NYA or ) CALCULUS 2 - FOR SCIENCE STUDENTS (40) NYB-05 Calculus I (201-NYA) M & W 6:30-9:00 75 D-542 METHODOLOGY QUANTITATIVE METHODS (35) VA W 6:00-8:00 8:00-10:00 (lab) 60 N-226 N-221 RESEARCH METHODS (30) VA Quantitative Methods ( ) W 6:00-8:00 (lab) 8:00-10:00 60 N-221 N-229 INTEGRATIVE PROJECT (25) (CA) VA Quantitative Methods ( ) AND Research W 6:00-9:00 45 N-222 For Winter 2011 Graduating Students Only Methods ( ) OFFICE SYSTEMS TECHNOLOGY PROCESSING INFORMATION I (WORD) (15) HSB-05 (DEC) T & Th 6:30-9:00 75 A HSB-05 (CALC) PROCESSING INFORMATION II (MS OFFICE) (15) HSF-04 (DEC) W 6:00-10:00 60 A HSF-04 (CALC) EXCEL (15) HSC-04 (DEC) M 6:00-10:00 60 A HSC-04 (CALC) BUSINESS COMMUNICATIONS (WRITTEN) (15) HSE-VA (DEC) Th 6:00-10:00 60 B HSE-VA (CALC) GRAPHICAL CREATION AND DIGITAL IMAGE EDITING I (ILLUSTRATOR) (15) HSJ-03 (DEC) 412-HSJ-03 (CALC) M 6:00-9:00 45 E-214 GRAPHICAL CREATION AND DIGITAL IMAGE EDITING II (PHOTOSHOP) (15) HSN-03 (DEC) 412-HSN-03 (CALC) W 6:00-9:00 45 E-214 PAGE LAYOUT I (15) HSM-05 (DEC) 412-HSM-05 (CALC) T & Th 6:30-9:00 75 E-214 (T) = Techniques 8 Nov. 11, 2010

9 PHYSICAL EDUCATION HEALTH AND PHYSICAL EDUCATION: FITNESS (28) MQ Dates: Jan. 24 to Mar. 28/11 (10 weeks) M 6:00-9:00 30 G-201 (Previously course) WEIGHT TRAINING/FITNESS (28) MQ (Previously course) Dates: Jan. 26 to Apr. 6/11 (10 weeks) (no class Mar. 16) W 6:00-9:00 30 G-201 FITNESS THROUGH WALKING (28) Dates: Mondays Apr. 4, 11, 18, May 2 & 9/11 Intensive walks: Sat. Apr. 16 and May 7, 2011 Pre-requisites: Physical Education and ) M 6:00-9:00pm S 8:00am-4:00pm (1/2 hour for lunch) 30 G-201 PHYSICS SECONDARY 5 PHYSICS - REMEDIAL ACTIVITIES (PH 504) (22) High School Math 436 or Secondary 4 Math TS 406 M 6:30-9:30 or SN 406 OR Math 436 Upgrading ( ) or W 6:30-8:30 (lab) Secondary 4 Mathematics - Remedial Activities ( ) AND Secondary 4 Science STE 404 or SE 402 OR CEGEP Physical Science ( ) or Secondary 4 Science - Remedial Activiites ( ) Co-Req: Secondary 5 Mathematics - Remedial Activities ( ) MECHANICS (22) NYA-05 High School Physics (534) or Secondary 5 Physics - T 6:30-9:30 Remedial Activities ( ) or Cégep Physics Th 6:30-8:30 (lab) 534 Upgrading ( ) or Intro to College Physics (203-HSG) AND Secondary 5 Mathematics - Remedial Activities , or High School Math TS 506, SN 506, or 536, or Math 536 Upgrading ( ) Co-Req: Calculus I (201-NYA) WAVES, OPTICS AND MODERN PHYSICS (22) NYC-05 Mechanics (203-NYA) AND Calculus I (201-NYA) T 6:30-9:30 Co-Req: Calculus 2 (201-NYB) Th 6:30-8:30 (lab) ELECTRICITY & MAGNETISM (22) NYB-05 Mechanics (203-NYA) AND Waves Optics & Modern Physics (203-NYC) AND Calculus I (201- NYA) AND Calculus 2 (201-NYB) M 6:30-9:30 W 6:30-8:30 (lab) 75 B-429 B A-502 A A-315 B D-544 B-431 (T) = Techniques 9 Nov. 11, 2010

10 PSYCHOLOGY INTRODUCTION TO PSYCHOLOGY (40) (IN) VA (300.A0) T 6:00-9:00 45 B HSA-03 INTRODUCTION TO PSYCHOLOGY (40) (IN) VA (300.A0) W 6:00-9:00 45 A HSA-03 DEVELOPMENTAL PSYCHOLOGY (40) (AN) VA (300.A0) Introduction to Psychology ( VA) S 9:00am-12:00pm 45 A HTG-03 PSYCHOLOGY OF RELATIONSHIPS (40) (AP) VA (300.A0) Introduction to Psychology ( VA) Th 6:00-9:00 45 A HTB-03 ISSUES IN CONTEMPORARY PSYCHOLOGY (40) (EN) VA Any 200 or 300 Psychology course. M 6:00-9:00 45 E-509 This course is not open to students in 300.AB SCIENCE SECONDARY 4 SCIENCE - REMEDIAL ACTIVITIES (STE 404 or SE 402) (23) M 6:30-9:30 W 6:30-8:30 (lab) 75 A-548 A-570 SECONDARY 4 SCIENCE - REMEDIAL ACTIVITIES (STE 404 or SE 402) (23) T 6:30-8:30 (lab) Th 6:30-9:30 75 A-570 A-569 SOCIOLOGY INDIVIDUAL AND SOCIETY (40) (IN) VA (300.A0) T 6:00-9:00 45 A HSA-03 INDIVIDUAL AND SOCIETY (40) (IN) VA (300.A0) M 6:00-9:00 45 B HSA-03 CULTURAL DIVERSITY (40) (AN) VA (300.A0) Individual and Society ( ) W 6:00-9:00 45 A HTJ-VA This course is not open to students in 300.AB or 300.A3 SPANISH BEGINNER'S SPANISH I (30) VA (500.AD) Students with no knowledge of Spanish M 6:30-9:30 45 A HSA-03 BEGINNER'S SPANISH I (30) VA (500.AD) 607-HSA-03 Students with no knowledge of Spanish T 6:30-9:30 45 A-316 (T) = Techniques 10 Nov. 11, 2010

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