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Business 298

This is an introductory finance course covering the concepts and analytical tools required to solve financial problems. Topics include corporate finance, time value of money, bond and stock valuation, capital budgeting, risk and return, diversification,

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Career Life Connections 12

  Students focus upon career-life exploration. Students explore the links between personal development and competencies, with post-secondary transitions, career decisions, work place preparation and opportunities in a changing world. Career Life Education 12 is only

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Career Life Education 10

Students focus upon career-life exploration. Students explore the links between personal development and competencies, with post-secondary transitions, career decisions, work place preparation and opportunities in a changing world.

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Career Life Education 12

  Students focus upon career-life exploration. Students explore the links between personal development and competencies, with post-secondary transitions, career decisions, work place preparation and opportunities in a changing world. Career Life Education 12 is only

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Chemistry 100

A liberal arts chemistry course for non-science majors beginning with an introduction to the basic principles of chemistry. The relevance of chemistry will then be applied to the world around us, with the focus being

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Chemistry 11

A basic general chemistry course on atoms, molecules, elements, compounds, the mole concept, stoichiometric calculations, types of chemical reactions, chemical bonds, gases, solutions, and elementary organic chemistry.

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Chemistry 12

An advanced course in basic physical chemistry, focusing on the following topics: kinetics, equilibrium, acids and bases, solubility, and electrochemistry.

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Chemistry 121

The first semester of a general chemistry course dealing with the fundamental principles of chemistry. The topics covered include atomic structure and the periodic table, chemical bonding, an introduction to organic chemistry, gases, liquids, solids,

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Chemistry 123

The second semester of a first year general chemistry course. The topics covered include organic reactions, kinetics, equilibria, thermodynamics, and electrochemistry.

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Chemistry 210

A study of the fundamental principles of organic chemistry. The course begins with a review of the structure of atoms and molecules and continues with the structure, properties, nomenclature, reactivities, mechanisms, syntheses, and spectroscopic identification

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Chemistry 220

A continuation of Chemistry 210. Topics include amines, substituted aromatics, amino acids, proteins, carbohydrates and lipids. The applications of standard spectroscopic techniques are discussed.

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Chemistry 230

A study of the fundamental principles of organic chemistry. The course contains the same material as Chemistry 210 together with Chemistry 220. The classroom hours are doubled to allow the course to be delivered in

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Communication 110

This course provides an historical introduction to selected theories about and approaches to the study of human communication. Topics include the role of interpersonal communication in the development of the self, the origins of speech,

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Communication 130

This course is an introduction to historical and contemporary approaches to critical media studies. The student will learn how Media Studies evolved as a scholarly discipline, how mass media institutions, products, audiences, and effects are

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Communication 205

An exploration of communication behavior focusing primarily on the nonverbal dimension of interpersonal communication and emphasizing its cultural implications and its deployment in mass mediated communications. Topics include the relationship of spoken language to nonverbal

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Communication 210

The course explores, from prehistory to the present, the relationship between social change and systems of human communication. We examine the origins of symbolic representation and appraise the consequences of the adoption of symbolizing technologies

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