This course introduces students to the politics of Canadian cities. It explores the responsibilities of city governments, the ways they make policy, and their relationship with other levels of government. Further, it investigates the quality
This course will provide basic training in post-colonialism as a research approach and other qualitative methods in political science to help students explore how colonial histories of violence continue to shape the landscapes, political structures,
This course is designed to discuss the real world policy instruments being utilized around the world to deal with environmental concerns like global warming, climate change, water scarcity, oil dependency and pollution. While it will
This course introduces child psychology, focusing on development from conception to adolescence. An overview is provided of the cognitive, perceptual, physical, moral, personality, language, and social aspects of childhood development. Within a lifespan developmental perspective, the
This course will introduce the basic and major principles and procedures employed by psychologists for designing and conducting scientific experiments and critically evaluating experimental methodology and research findings. The course is designed to cover the
This is an introductory course in statistics, emphasizing the underlying theory and practical application of statistical analysis in the Behavioral Sciences, particularly Psychology.
This course explores the origins, major underlying assumptions, basic personality structure, and major theoretical concepts and applications of major theories of personality. Students will explore the essential concepts and research findings related to major personality
This course is intended to give an introductory overview of the biological approach to psychology, with a focus on neuroscience and the evolutionary perspective. Students will acquire critical and creative thinking skills to better evaluate