This integrative course is for students at an intermediate level of English. At this level, students work on improving listening and speaking skills. Attention is given to developing academic reading and writing skills and to
This course provides an introduction to accounting with a conceptual emphasis. Topics include understanding financial statements, cash flow analysis, generally accepted accounting principles, revenue and expense recognition, accounting policy choices, and the time value of
Students will learn how managers use accounting and financial information in the decision making process. Topics include job-order, process and activity-based costing, cost behaviour, cost-volume-profit analysis, variable costing, budgeting, standard costs and operating performance measures,
An introduction to the comparative study of culture. This course focuses on the concepts of adaptation and evolution and the ethnographic method. A basic framework that includes habitat, technology, social organization, economy, political structure and
By using anthropological methods and ethnographic samples, students will learn how gender roles and sexuality are reflections of cultural experiences and values. Students will learn how to critically analyze cultural understandings of gender and sex.
By studying and utilizing anthropological methods and ethnographic samples, students will be introduced to how economic systems reflect the history and adaptive experiences of different cultures.
This course covers the principles of engineering drawing, computer graphics, descriptive geometry, design, and problem solving. The fundamentals of graphical communication will help students think and communicate visually in the context of engineering design, and
This course is aimed at Engineering students with little or no prior programming experience but a desire to understand computational approaches to problem solving. Students will learn fundamentals of Structured Programming in a high level programming
This course examines the visual arts, including painting, sculpture, printmaking, photography, and architecture, from prehistory to the present. The course will examine the effects of factors such as social structure, technology, war, and religion on