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Accounting 251

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

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Accounting 254

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,

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Anthropology 110

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

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Anthropology 120

A further exploration of the comparative study of culture with emphasis on handling ethnographic data and institutional analysis. While the basic aim of the course remains the understanding and comparison of ethnographic studies, the focus

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Anthropology 212

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.

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Anthropology 230

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.

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Applied Science 151

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

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Applied Science 160

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

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Art 100

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

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Art 210

This course provides an introduction to specific themes and issues in art produced from the mid-20th century until the present in the geographic region of Canada. Organized to focus upon specific themes or issues, it will

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Art 230

This course will provide a survey of European art and visual culture from the end of the eighteenth century to the beginning of the twentieth century, predominantly covering artistic production from France, Britain, Germany, and

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Asian Studies 110

This survey course is an introduction to Chinese history and culture. The first part of the course deals with the origins and nature of “Chinese” civilization and investigates the history of China’’s major dynasties. The

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Asian Studies 120

An introduction to the culture and history of Japan, from the early period (Jomon and Yayoi), through the rise of feudalism and the development of a modern state. The emphasis is on gaining an awareness

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Asian Studies 131

Students will study the major religious traditions of India, China, Korea, and Japan (Hindu, Sikh, Jaina, Buddhist, Confucian, Daoist, and Shinto traditions). Students will first be introduced to the interdisciplinary study of religion and proceed

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Asian Studies 213

This course will acquaint students with a variety of films in Indian languages while building upon a foundation of study acquired in Asia 131. Students will critically apply a variety of interpretive methods to cinematic

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Biochemistry 201

This is an introductory survey course in the fundamentals of biochemistry. The basic structure, function and metabolism of proteins, lipids, carbohydrates, and nucleic acid will be discussed, as well as basic bioenergetics, and regulation of

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