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Crandall University Course Offerings Course Limit Description

Professor

Block

Notes

Room

Lab T 8:30-11:30

MH240/Lab

FALL 2011 BI1013A

25

INTRO BIOLOGY I

Yang, Zhan

M/W 2:00-3:15

BI1613A

25

FOUNDATIONS TO BIOLOGY I

Yang, Zhan

M/W 2:00-3:15

MH240

BI2013A

25

ECOLOGY

Humby, Penny

T/TH 12:30-1:45

MH240

BI3033A

25

AQUATIC ECOLOGY

Humby, Penny

TH 2:00-4:45

BI3423A

20

GENETICS

Yang, Zhan

M/W 10:00-11:15

Lab T 2:00-4:45; Required BI course offered every 2 yrs MH240/Lab

BI4913A

15

ADVANCED RESEARCH

Humby, Penny

M 12:30-1:45

Lab M 2:00-5:00

BU1013A

35

INTRO TO BUSINESS

MacDonald, Robert

T/TH 10:00-11:15

MH292

BU1023A

35

BUSINESS MATH

Chan, Alan

T/TH/F 12:30-1:20

SH022

BU2123A

25

INTRO ACCOUNTING II

Steeves, Heather

T/TH 12:30-1:45

BU2223A

35

BUSINESS ETHICS

Jardine, Andrew

T/TH 6:00-7:15

BU3113A

25

INTERMED ACCOUNTING I

Steeves, Heather

M/W 2:00-3:15

BU3213A

25

MANAG ACCOUNTING I

Steeves, Heather

M/W 8:30-9:45

BU3433A

15

VISUAL COMMUNICATIONS

Quek, Chris

M/W 10:00-11:15

Media Lab fee required

MH250

BU3603A

35

RESEARCH METHODS

Chan, Alan

T/TH 10:00-11:15

Required BU course offered every 2 yrs

SH022

BU3623A

25

HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT

MacDonald, Robert

M/W 12:30-1:45

MH292

BU3813A

25

MARKETING

MacArthur, Amy

T/TH 8:15-9:30

MH294

BU3823A

20

INTERNATIONAL MARKETING

MacArthur, Amy

M 5:30-8:15

MH239

BU4463A

20

AUDIT

Burke, Heather

W 5:30-8:15

SH252

BU4713A

20

STRATEGIC MANAGEMENT

MacDonald, Robert

M/W 10:00-11:15

CH1013A

25

INTRO CHEMISTRY I

Schriver, Mel

M/W 8:30-9:45

Tutorial F 12:30-1:45; Lab T 2:00-5:00

MH240/Lab

CH2113A

25

ORGANIC CHEMISTRY FOR THE LIFE SCIENCES

Schriver, Mel

M/W 12:30-1:45

Tutorial F 10:00-11:15; Lab TH 8:30-11:30

MH240/Lab

CO1013A

25

INTRO COMMUNICATION STUDIES I

TBA

T/TH 2:00-3:15

MH292

CO2013A

25

LINGUISTICS I

Martin, Nathalie

T/TH 12:30-1:45

MH292

CO2813A

35

PUBLIC SPEAKING

Cudahy, Chris

M/W 2:00-3:15

CO3013A

15

RHETORICAL THEORY

Cudahy, Chris

T/TH 8:30-9:45

Required CO course offered every 2 yrs

CO3423A

25

SMALL GROUP COMM

Delong, Colleen

F/S 9:00-4:30

Intensive - Dates TBA

TBA

CO3433A

15

VISUAL COMMUNICATIONS

Quek, Chris

M/W 10:00-11:15

Media Lab fee required

MH250

CO3603A

25

RESEARCH METHODS SOC SCIENCES

Reimer, Sam

T/TH 3:30-4:45

This course list is current as of

Tuesday, April 19, 2011

MH240

MH294/Lab

SH218 Required BU course offered every 2 yrs

SH022 SH218 MH292

SH252

SH022 MH133

MH294

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Course Limit Description

Professor

Block

CO4113A

15

ORGANIZATIONAL CULTURE

Cudahy, Chris

T/TH 2:00-3:15

EC1013A

35

MICROECONOMICS

Chan, Alan

T/TH 2:00-3:15

INTERMEDIATE MICROECONOMICS

Chan, Alan

DIRECTED STUDY

EC3013A

Notes

Room MH133 SH022

Permission of Prof

ED3113A

25

LITERACY EDUCATION

TBA

T/TH 8:30-9:45

ED3113B

25

LITERACY EDUCATION

TBA

M/T 2:00-3:15

ED3123A

25

TESL I

Ching, Graeme

T 6:30-9:15

ED3203A

25

MATHEMATICS EDUCATION

TBA

M/W 8:30-9:45

SH212

ED3203B

25

MATHEMATICS EDUCATION

TBA

M/W 10:00-11:15

SH212

ED3213A

25

THEORY & PRACTICE: SECONDARY

TBA

M/T 12:30-1:45

SH217

ED3213B

25

THEORY & PRACTICE: SECONDARY

TBA

T 8:30-11:15

SH213

ED3213C

25

THEORY & PRACTICE: SECONDARY

TBA

TH 8:30-11:15

SH213

ED3223A

25

THEORY & PRACTICE: ELEMENTARY

TBA

M/T 2:00-3:15

SH217

ED3303A

25

SCIENCE EDUCATION

TBA

W 2:00-4:45

SH213

ED3303B

25

SCIENCE EDUCATION

TBA

TH 2:00-4:45

SH213

ED3313A

25

INSTRUCT & LEARN PROCESS: ELEMENTARY

TBA

M/T 12:30-1:45

SH213

ED3323A

25

INSTRUCT & LEARN PROCESS: SECONDARY

TBA

M/T 10:00-11:15

SH212

ED3323B

25

INSTRUCT & LEARN PROCESS: SECONDARY

TBA

M/T 12:30-1:45

SH212

ED3323C

25

INSTRUCT & LEARN PROCESS: SECONDARY

TBA

M/T 2:00-3:15

SH217

ED3413A

25

SOCIAL STUDIES EDUCATION

TBA

W/TH 12:30-1:45

SH217

ED3463A

30

PSYCHOLOGY OF ATTACHMENT

Freeze, Tracy

T/TH 12:30-1:45

SH252

ED3823A

25

PHYSICAL/WELLNESS EDUCATION

McTiernan-Black, Monique

M 2:00-4:45

SH212

ED3823B

25

PHYSICAL/WELLNESS EDUCATION

McTiernan-Black, Monique

M 5:30-8:15

SH212

ED3913A

25

FINE ARTS ED I: MUSIC

Delaney, Leanne

M 5:30-8:15

ED3913B

25

FINE ARTS ED I: MUSIC

Delaney, Leanne

F 3:30-7:30/S 8:30-4:30

ED3923A

25

FINE ARTS ED II: ART

TBA

TBA

TBA

ED3923B

25

FINE ARTS ED II: ART

TBA

TBA

TBA

ED4013A

30

WORLDVIEW SEMINAR

Newell, Ted

W 2:00-4:45

SH117

ED4103A

25

ED PSYCH: INCLUSIONARY PRACTICES

Flagg-Williams, Joan

W 5:30-8:15

ED4103B

25

ED PSYCH: INCLUSIONARY PRACTICES

MacIntosh, Nancy

F 6-9:30/S 8:30-5:30

Sep 16-17; Sep 30-Oct 1; Nov 18-19

MH292

ED4313A

20

BUILD. INC. CLASSRMS.: EXPLOR. ISSUES OF SOC.

Bernard-Thomas, Wanda

F/S 8:30-5:30

Oct 28-29; Nov 4-5

MH292

ED4713A

20

BEHAVIOUR DISORDERS IN CHILD. & ADOL.

Samuel, Edith

M/W 2:00-3:15

INTERNSHIP

Taylor, Bryan

INTERNSHIP

Taylor, Bryan

LITERARY HERITAGE I

Maillet, Greg

ED5115A ED5115B EN1013A

30

This course list is current as of

Tuesday, April 19, 2011

SH212 SH212 Open to Non-Education students

SH212

SH213 Oct 14-15, 21-22 & 28-29

MH294

SH212

SH252

GEEP T/TH 8:30-9:45

SH022

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Course Limit Description

Professor

EN1013B

30

LITERARY HERITAGE I

Steen, Abram

T/TH 10:00-11:15

SH023

EN1013C

30

LITERARY HERITAGE I

Maillet, Jennifer

T/TH 12:30-1:45

SH023

EN1013D

30

LITERARY HERITAGE I

Ching, Graeme

T/TH 2:00-3:15

SH023

EN2013A

35

LITERARY HERITAGE III

Maillet, Greg

T/TH 10:00-11:15

SH218

EN2313A

25

EARLY CANADIAN LIT

Maillet, Jennifer

T/TH 2:00-3:15

SH218

EN3763A

25

AMERICAN LITERATURE II

Steen, Abram

T/TH 12:30-1:45

SH253

EN3823A

35

WRITING BY WOMEN

Maillet, Jennifer

M/W 12:30-1:45

EN3893A

25

LITERARY CRITICISM

Maillet, Greg

Intensive

EN4803A

20

J.R.R. TOLKIEN

Maillet, Greg

M/W 8:30-9:45

MH239

EN4923A

20

20TH CENTURY POSTCOLONIAL WORLD AUTHORS

Steen, Abram

M/W 2:00-3:15

SH218

FR1013A

18

FUNDAMENTALS OF FRENCH I

TBA

T/TH 3:30-4:45

French Placement Test required; Tutorial F 9:30-10:20

FR1513A

15

INTERMED FRENCH I

Thorne, Carol

T/TH 2:00-3:15

French Placement Test required; Tutorial F 10:30-11:20 MH239

FR2513A

15

ADVANCED FRENCH I

TBA

M/W 12:30-1:45

French Placement Test required

FR2613A

20

INTERMEDIATE ORAL COMM I

Thorne, Carol

T/TH 10:00-11:15

MH239

FR2713A

20

INTERMEDIATE WRITTEN EXPRESSION I

TBA

M/W 10:00-11:15

MH239

GG1013A

25

INTRO PHYSICAL GEOGRAPHY I

Martin, Bruce

GR1013A

18

INTRO KOINE GREEK I

Hudson, Brent

M/W 2:00-3:15

HI1113A

15

WORLD HISTORY I

Bustin, Dennis

M/W/F 8:45-9:35

Tutorial F 8:30-9:20 - MH239

HI1113B

15

WORLD HISTORY I

Bustin, Dennis

M/W/F 8:45-9:35

Tutorial F 8:30-9:20 - MH133

MH231

HI1113C

15

WORLD HISTORY I

Bustin, Dennis

M/W/F 8:45-9:35

Tutorial F 9:30-10:20 - MH217

MH231

HI1113D

15

WORLD HISTORY I

Bustin, Dennis

M/W/F 8:45-9:35

Tutorial F 9:30-10:20 - MH133

MH231

HI1113E

15

WORLD HISTORY I

Bustin, Dennis

M/W/F 8:45-9:35

Tutorial F 10:30-11:20 - MH217

MH231

HI1113F

15

WORLD HISTORY I

Bustin, Dennis

M/W/F 8:45-9:35

Tutorial F 10:30-11:20 - MH133

MH231

HI1113G

15

WORLD HISTORY I

Bustin, Dennis

M/W/F 8:45-9:35

Tutorial F 12:30-1:20 - MH239

MH231

HI1113H

15

WORLD HISTORY I

Bustin, Dennis

M/W/F 8:45-9:35

Tutorial F 12:30-1:20 - MH133

MH231

HI2123A

35

CANADA SINCE 1867

Goodwin, Dan

8:30-4:30

Aug 24-26, 29-30; Required HI course offered every 2 yrs MH292

HI2513A

20

ASIAN HISTORY

Nhongo-Simbanegavi, Josephi T/TH 10:00-11:15

SH252

HI3233A

15

PEOPLES & CULTURES OF AFRICA IN TRANSITION

Nhongo-Simbanegavi, Josephi M/W 12:30-1:45

MH133

HI3413A

25

EUROPE: RENAISSANCE TO REFORMATION

Bustin, Dennis

MH294

HI4303A

15

WOMEN IN SOUTHERN AFRICAN HISTORY

Nhongo-Simbanegavi, Josephi T/TH 2:00-3:15

INTRO TO UNIVERSITY

TBA

M 10:00-11:15

ID1000A

Block

Notes

Room

SH253 Dates TBA

TBA

MH239

MH239

ON-LINE MH239

M 2:00-4:45

MH231

MH133 Required for First Years

MH231

ID1613A

30

CONTEMPORARY YOUTH CULTURE

MacPhail, Chester

M 5:30-8:15

ID2873A

25

INTRO GLOBAL MISSIONS

Card, Malcolm

F/S 9:00-4:00

Oct 28-29; Nov 4-5 & Nov 18-19

SH252

ID3013A

25

YOUTH AND FAMILY MINISTRY

TBA

TBA

Intensive - Dates TBA

TBA

This course list is current as of

Tuesday, April 19, 2011

SH252

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Course Limit Description

Professor

Block

Notes

ID4013A

18

WORLDVIEW SEMINAR

Newell, Ted

M 5:30-7:30

Tutorial T 3:30-4:30 - SH217

SH117

ID4013B

18

WORLDVIEW SEMINAR

Newell, Ted

M 5:30-7:30

Tutorial TH 3:30-4:30 - SH217

SH117

LI2013A

25

LINGUISTICS I

Martin, Nathalie

T/TH 12:30-1:45

INTRO STATISTICS

Bodner, Coreen

T/TH 12:30-1:45

Tutorial F 12:30-1:20 - MH217

MH238

MT1203A

Room

MH292

MT1253A

25

STATS FOR THE LIFE SCIENCES I

Bodner, Coreen

T/TH 10:00-11:15

MH240

PH1003A

25

INTRO TO PHILOSOPHY

Smith, Barry

M/W 2:00-3:15

MH292

PH2003A

25

GREEK PHILOSOPHY

Smith, Barry

M/W 10:00-11:15

SH218

INTRO PSYCHOLOGY I

Freeze, Tracy

T/TH 10:00-11:15

MH231

PS1013A PS2033A

25

THEORIES OF PERSONALITY

Samuel, Edith

M/W 12:30-1:45

SH252

PS3043A

25

PERSPECTIVES ON POVERTY

Rogers, Cathy

W 2:00-4:45

SH253

PS3333A

25

INTRO NEUROPSYCHOLOGY

Williams, Robert

T/TH 8:30-9:45

PS3463A

30

PSYCHOLOGY OF ATTACHMENT

Freeze, Tracy

T/TH 12:30-1:45

SH252

PS3603A

25

RESEARCH METHODS

Samuel, Edith

T/TH 2:00-3:15

SH252

PS3623A

25

FORENSIC PSYCHOLOGY

Williams, Robert

M/W 8:30-9:45

MH294

PS3863A

25

PSYCH OF RELIGION

Soggie, Neil

W 5:30-8:15

MH240

PS4613A

20

ADV RESEARCH METHODS

Soggie, Neil

M/W 10:00-11:15

MH292

PS4713A

20

BEHAVIOUR DISORDERS IN CHILD. & ADOL.

Samuel, Edith

M/W 2:00-3:15

SH252

PS4753A

20

HUMAN SEXUALITY

Soggie, Neil

T/TH 10:00-11:15

MH294

RS1003A

65

THEMES OF THE BIBLE

Bodner, Keith

M/W 12:30-1:45

MH231

RS1033A

65

INTRO CHRISTIAN THOUGHT

TBA

M/W 3:30-4:45

MH231

RS2003A

50

OLD TESTAMENT & ITS CONTEXT

Dempster, Steve

T/TH10:00-11:15

SH177

RS2033A

50

NEW TESTAMENT & ITS CONTEXT

Smith, Barry

T/TH 12:30-1:45

SH177

RS2123A

45

PSALMS

Dempster, Steve

T/TH 2:00-3:15

RS2873A

25

INTRO GLOBAL MISSIONS

Card, Malcolm

F/S 9:00-4:00

RS3113A

25

ISRAELITE PROPHECY

Dempster, Steve

M/W 12:30-1:45

SH022

RS3863A

25

PSYCH OF RELIGION

Soggie, Neil

W 5:30-8:15

MH240

RS4333A

20

PNEUMATOLOGY: DOCTRINE OF HOLY SPIRIT

Thomas, Rick

W 5:30-8:15

SH218

RS4403A

20

I SAMUEL

Bodner, Keith

M/W 10:00-11:15

MH294

INTRO SOCIOLOGY I

Rogers, Cathy

T/TH 3:30-4:45

SH177

SO1013A SO2313A

25

POPULATION & WORLD HUNGER

Reimer, Sam

T/TH 2:00-3:15

SO3013A

25

SOC THEORY I

Reimer, Sam

M/W 10:00-11:15

SO3043A

25

PERSPECTIVES ON POVERTY

Rogers, Cathy

W 2:00-4:45

SO3353A

25

PLURALISM & CIV RESPONSIBILITY

TBA

8:30-5:30

SO3413A

25

SOCIAL PROBLEMS

LeBlanc, Gary

M/W 12:30-1:45

This course list is current as of

Tuesday, April 19, 2011

Required PS course offered every 2 yrs

MH292

SH023 Oct 28-29; Nov 4-5 & Nov 18-19

SH252

MH294 Required SO course offered every 2 yrs

SH253

Intensive - Dates TBA

TBA

SH253

SH218

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Course Limit Description

Professor

Block

Notes

Room

SO3423A

25

SOCIAL INEQUALITY

LeBlanc, Gary

M/W 8:30-9:45

SH218

SO3603A

25

RESEARCH METHODS SOC SCIENCES

Reimer, Sam

T/TH 3:30-4:45

MH294

Note: This Offering is current as of the date indicated. The University reserves the right to make changes that are deemed necessary at any time. Current course offerings will be made available as changes are made, and the most recent version will be posted on the Registrar's Office web page. Please be advised that 4000 level courses are open primarily to third and fourth year students within the stated major as well as other fourth year students with sufficient background for the course. Exceptions to this are 4000 level English courses which may be open to all majors with enrollment limitations. Please see your Academic Advisor or the Registrar's office for enrollment assistance.

This course list is current as of

Tuesday, April 19, 2011

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