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HIST 211: Nineteenth-Century Europe

This course is a survey of Europe’s long nineteenth century, from the French Revolution to the outbreak of the First World War. Themes will include revolution, class conflict, gendered social orders, the formation of new

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HSCI 130: Foundations of Health Sciences

Health Science is the interdisciplinary study of health from a number of different perspectives, including biology, medicine, psychology, sociology, and economics.  This survey course provides an introduction to the study of Health from a number

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LAST 100: Latin American Studies

This survey course studies one of the most dynamic regions on the planet: Latin America. The course introduces students to the cultures, societies, and languages of Latin America’s ancient and modern peoples. An interdisciplinary approach

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LTST 11: Literary Studies 11

English Literary Studies 11 is a course in literature and language skills. Through the development of skills in reading, writing, speaking, listening and critical thinking, students will broaden their ability to comprehend and analyse works

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MATH 090: Basic Mathematics

This is a developmental course in mathematics intended for students who wish to upgrade their mathematics skills in order to take a first year university precalculus course. Students learn to comprehend and apply intermediate algebra

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MATH 100: Precalculus

This course is designed both for students who need to improve their background in mathematics before attempting a calculus course and Social Science students who need credits to fulfill their Associate Degree requirement. Math 100

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MATH 105: Introductory Statistics

This is an introductory course in statistics based on elementary algebra. The emphasis is on applications rather than theory. This course is designed primarily for Social Science students who need credits to fulfill their associate

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MATH 110: Precalculus Plus

Note: Credit will not be granted for both Math 100 and Math 110. Precalculus Plus is a comprehensive first year university mathematics course designed to prepare students to take university-level calculus courses for Social Sciences

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MATH 113: Calculus I

Note: Credit will be granted for only one of MATH 111 or MATH 113 or MATH 115. This is the first course in calculus deigned for students majoring in Math, Physics, Chemistry, Computing Science and

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MATH 114: Calculus II

Note: This is the second course in calculus deigned for students majoring in Math, Physics, Chemistry, Computing Science and Engineering. Students continuing on to a university in these fields are advised to enroll in MATH

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MATH 120: Discrete Mathematics I

This is the first course in discrete mathematics with introduction to logic and formal reasoning. Topics include fundamental principles of counting and logic, set theory, mathematical induction, properties of integers, relations and functions. The course

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MATH 206: Mathematical Statistics

This is a calculus-based introduction to probability and mathematical statistics. Topics include random variables and the special distributions of statistical theory. The course is primarily designed for Mathematics, Computer Science, and Science students, but Social

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