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CHEM 210: Organic Chemistry I

This is a course on the fundamental principles of organic chemistry. Topics include a review of bonding and molecular structure, acids and bases, nomenclature, conformational analysis, stereochemistry, reactivity, reaction mechanism and synthesis of the principal

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CHEM 220: Organic Chemistry II

This course is a continuation of Chemistry 210, dealing with the fundamentals of organic synthesis and the chemistry of carbonyl-containing compounds. Topics include alcohols, ethers, epoxides, conjugation, resonance, Diels-Alder Reactions, amines, substituted aromatics, amino acids,

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CHEM 230: Organic Chemistry I & II

This course is 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

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CMNS 210: Social History of the Media

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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CMNS 220: Understanding Television

What is “TV”? Does it still exist? For billions of people worldwide, Netflix, YouTube, and other streaming video platforms have come to dominate our experience of “television”. But where do these televisual fixtures of the

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CMNS 223: Advertising as Social Communication

CMNS 223 is part theoretical and part practical. Advertising as Social Communication presents an exciting selection of ads through the investigative lenses of social communication, consumerism, and representational strategies. As advertising is becoming more and

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CMNS 230: Cultural Industries in Canada

Much of our everyday information and entertainment is industrially produced and distributed by firms operating in the cultural sector of the economy. This course examines such “cultural industries” (e.g., print, film, music, broadcasting, and the

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CRIM 150: Introduction to Criminology

This course will introduce students to the discipline of Criminology, the study of crime and criminalization, as well as the criminal justice system. Students will examine the core concepts, basic data sources, and general research

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