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Get what you want from your education Professional development. Personal growth. Picking up extra classes. Why you choose to study part-time is up to you. We’re here to help you succeed. And that’s a full-time commitment to you.

Fit learning around your life We know that full-time education – September to April, five days per week – is not always an option. The traditional academic schedule is moving aside, thanks to flexible studies at MacEwan. Many of our programs offer part-time study options, compressed schedules, alternative intakes and distance delivery options. Our goal? To help you fit learning around your life.

It’s all about choice In the following pages you’ll find more than 1,500 parttime courses and a number of distance delivery options to take you where you want to go. We’re also a member of eCampusAlberta, a province-wide initiative that currently offers more than 25 credentials through online study.

In less than 40 years, MacEwan has evolved from a fledgling community college, to Alberta’s largest university transfer institution, to a university offering a broad complement of programs. In September 2009, the Government of Alberta made an historic announcement when it granted our institution the authority to be named Grant MacEwan University. We remain committed to providing a real education for a real and changing world. We will continue our legacy of responding to the needs of our students – and the world around us – with a dynamic mix of certificate, diploma, postdiploma certificate, degree transfer, applied degree and undergraduate degree programs.

We are

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c o n t e n t s geneRal Macewan inFoRMation

Campus Info . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .iv MacEwan Information . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 66 Student Services, Parking, etc.. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 66 Registration Information. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 69 Glossary of Terms . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 74 Index. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 74 Registration form . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 76

acadeMic developMent

Preparation for University and College . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1 Career Development . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1

aRts and coMMunications

Art . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2 Arts and Cultural Management . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4 Dance . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4 Design . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6 Photography . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7 Theatre Production . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7 Bachelor of Applied Communications in Professional Writing . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 24 Alberta College Conservatory of Music . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 44 Music . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 47 Fine Art. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 65

Business continuing education pRoFessional developMent

Leadership Certificate . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 19 Managing Conflict in the Workplace Certificate . . . . . . . . . . 19 Masters Certificate in Business Analysis. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 19 Project Management Certificate . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20 Small Business Series . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20 Supervisory Bootcamp . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20 Supervisory Certificate of Achievement . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20 Computer Training Centre (CTC) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20 Short Courses and Seminars . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 21 Business Analysis Fundamentals . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 21 Crucial Conversations . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 21 Social Media Technology . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 21 Canadian Investment Funds (CIFC) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 22 Canadian Securities Course (CSC). . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 22 Certified Financial Planner (CFP) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 22 Mortgage Associates Program . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 22 Online Learning . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 22

childRen and youth

Children and Youth Music and Dance Courses . . . . . . . . . . 23 Children and Youth Art Courses . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 23 Youth Photography Courses . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 23

coMMunications Business – evening and online cRedit pRogRaMs

Accounting and Strategic Measurement . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8 Accounting Technology Certificate Courses . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8 Accounting and Strategic Management Diploma Courses . . . 9 Bachelor of Applied Business Administration – Accounting . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10 Bachelor of Commerce . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10 Human Resources Management Certificate and Diploma . . 12 Legal Assistant Diploma Evening Part-Time Study . . . . . . . . 14 Management Studies Certificate and Diploma . . . . . . . . . . . 14 Management Studies Diploma Courses. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17 Public Relations Diploma . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17

Bachelor of Applied Communications in Professional Writing . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 24 The MacEwan Writing Works . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 25 Business Communication . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 25 Creative Writing . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 27 Freelance Writing . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 27 Grammar Courses . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 27

coMputeRs

Computer-Graphics . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 28

cRiMinal Justice

Bachelor of Professional Arts In Criminal Justice — Athabasca University . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 29 Correctional Services Diploma . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 30 Police and Investigations Diploma . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 31 Investigative Studies . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 31 Police Studies . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 31 Emergency Communications and Response . . . . . . . . . . . . . 32

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Arts and Cultural Management Certificate online . . . . . . . . 32 Bachelor of Applied Communications in Professional Writing – Diploma/Applied Degree Courses Online . . . . . . 33 eCampusAlberta – University and College Credit Courses . 32 Accounting Technology Certificate Online . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 32 Management Studies Certificate/Diploma Online . . . . . . . . 33 MacEwan Online with eCampus Alberta. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 33

health

Acupuncture . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 36 Life Support Training . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 36 Massage Therapy Diploma Program . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 36

huMan seRvices

Bachelor of Applied Human Service Administration . . . . . . 37 Bachelor of Child and Youth Care . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 37 Disability Studies: Leadership and Community Diploma (formerly Rehabilitation Practitioner) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 38 Early Learning and Child Care Diploma . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 38 Social Work Diploma . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 39 Special Needs Educational Assistant Certificate . . . . . . . . . . 40 Special Needs Educational Assistant Program. . . . . . . . . . . . 40 Therapist Assistant Diploma – Speech Language Patholgist Assistant Major . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 40

languages

International Languages Training. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 41 MacEwan English Language Institute. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 42

MacEwan is a leader in distance and online education, offering a wealth of courses and credentials through a number of alternate delivery methods. Look for this symbol throughout the publication for courses that are offered outside of the traditional classroom.

Distance Learning/ Self-Study/Online Distance Learning courses are offered on a parttime, self-study basis with support through Internet, teleconferencing, or on-site meetings approximately once per month. Please visit www.MacEwan.ca/distance for more information.

Music

Alberta College Conservatory of Music . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 44 Music . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 47 Private Instrument Instruction . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 47

nuRsing

Centre for Professional Nursing Education . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 48 Compassionate Care for the Terminally Ill . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 49 Disability Management in the Workplace Diploma . . . . . . . 49 Occupational Health Nursing Certificate . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 50 Perioperative Nursing for Licensed Practical Nurses (LPNs) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 51 Perioperative Nursing for Registered Nurses (RN) Post-Diploma Certificate . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 51 Post-Basic Nursing Courses/University Transfer . . . . . . . . . . 51 Post-Basic Nursing Practice: Hospice Palliative Care or Gerontology . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 52 Wound Management Post-Basic Certificate . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 52 Health Care Skills . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 52 Initiation of Intravenous Therapy Lab . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 53 Preparing for Nursing Exams Workshop . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 53 Professional Development Modules for Health Care Professionals . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 53 Basic ECG Rhythm Interpretation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 53

Look for this symbol throughout this publication for eCampusAlberta courses. Visit www.eCampusAlberta.ca for more information.

MacEwan’s Continuing Education Guide is published for information to the general public. Every effort is made to ensure accuracy at the time of printing. Grant MacEwan University reserves the right to make necessary changes in matters discussed herein, including procedures, policies, calendar, curriculum, content, or emphasis and costs. When registering, please confirm course dates, times, location and fees with our Information and Registration Assistants.

Issues in Breastfeeding Practice: What Health Care Practitioners Need to Know . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 53 Nursing Refresher . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 53 Nurse Credentialling . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 53 Specific Study – One Credit Nursing Courses . . . . . . . . . . . 53 Workshops for Health Care Professionals . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 53

univeRsity tRansFeR

Arts and Science University Transfer and College Credit . . . 54 Fine Art. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 65

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CITY CENTRE CAMPUS

CENTRE FOR THE ARTS ANd COMMUNICATIONS

SOUTH CAMPUS

10050 MacDonald Drive Edmonton, AB T5J 2B7

Switchboard:

10045 – 156 Street Edmonton, AB T5P 2P7

Switchboard: 780-497-4040

Switchboard:

780-497-5040

Switchboard:

105, 106, 107, and 108 Street Building Hours M – F: 7 am – 10 pm S/Su: 8 am – 4:30 pm

Building Hours M – F: 7 am – 10 pm S/Su: 8 am – 5 pm

780-497-5040

780-497-4340

Statutory holidays: Closed (except Continuing Education bookings and limited service access)

Statutory holidays: Closed

10700 – 104 Avenue Edmonton, AB T5J 4S2

Information and Registration Services

Building Hours M – F: 7 am – 10 pm S/Su: 8 am – 4:30 pm

Information Centre and Switchboard Hours Regular Hours M – Th: 7:45 am – 7 pm F: 7:45 am – 4:30 pm (Closed S, Su and all holidays)*

Regular Hours M – Th: 7:30 am – 7 pm F: 7:30 am – 4:30 pm S: 8 am – 2 pm

*Open some Saturdays during peak periods (September and January)

Summer Hours May 10 – Aug 27, 2010

Summer Hours May 10 – Aug 27, 2010 M – F: 8 am – 4 pm

M – F: 8 – 4:30 pm (Closed: Su, holidays, and all long weekends)

7319 – 29 Avenue Edmonton, AB T6K 2P1

Statutory holidays: Closed

Information Centre and Switchboard Hours Regular Hours M – Th: 7:45 am – 7 pm F: 8:30 am – 4:30 pm (Closed S, Su and all holidays) Summer Hours May 10 – Aug 27, 2010 M – F: 8 am – 4 pm

ALBERTA COLLEGE CAMPUS

Building Hours M – Su: 7 am – 10 pm Statutory holidays: Closed

Information Centre and Switchboard Hours Regular Hours M – F: 8:30 am – 4:30 pm (Closed S, Su and all holidays)* *Open some evenings during peak periods (September and January)

DaYs oF tHe WeeK abbreviations M . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Monday

F . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Friday

T . . . . . . . . . . . . . Tuesday

S . . . . . . . . . . . . . Saturday

W . . . . . . . . . . Wednesday

Su . . . . . . . . . . . . . Sunday

Th . . . . . . . . . . . Thursday

Campus abbreviations City Centre Campus . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . CCC Centre for the Arts and Communications . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . CFAC South Campus . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . MSC Alberta College Campus . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ACC

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Canada day: Jul 1, 2010

Christmas: dec 25 – 31, 2010

Heritage day: Aug 2, 2010

New Year’s day: Jan 1, 2011

Labour day: Sep 6, 2010

Family day: February 21, 2011

Thanksgiving day: Oct 11, 2010

Easter: Apr 22 – 25, 2011

Remembrance day: Nov 11, 2010

Victoria day: May 23, 2011

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ACAdEMIC UPGRAdING

Call 780-497-4029 for more information or visit our website at www.MacEwan.ca/preparation.

Preparation for University and College (PUC) provides a full range of high school equivalent courses that prepare adults for college and university, technical institutes, skills-training programs, and apprenticeship training. All courses are offered at Alberta College Campus. A personalized education plan is prepared for each student in accordance with his/her current academic standing, ability to progress and vocational or educational goals. Students who have been out of school for more than two years or whose prerequisites are more than two years old will be required to write a mandatory placement test in English and mathematics. Preparation for University and College does not have a mature entrance category.

Math 30 pure . . . . . . . . . . acc M and W, Sep 8 – Dec 15 6:30 – 9:30 pm english 30-1 . . . . . . . . . . acc T and Th, Sep 7 – Dec 16 6:30 – 9:30 pm

To apply to this program, submit the following to the Office of the Registrar: • a completed, signed application form • a non-refundable application fee Our fall term evening classes run from September 8, 2010 to December 16, 2010. $435 per course, textbooks and associated fees are extra, credit*

The following courses are available in the evening at MacEwan’s Alberta College Campus.

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chemistry 30 . . . . . . . . . . acc T and Th, Sep 7 – Dec 16 6:30 – 9:30 pm

Introductory Mathematics

Biology 30 . . . . . . . . . . . . acc M and W, Sep 8 – Dec 15 6:30 – 9:30 pm

$435

Our winter term evening classes run from January 5, 2010 to April 14, 2011. Math 30 pure . . . . . . . . . . acc M and W, Jan 5 – Apr 13 6:30 – 9:30 pm english 30-1 . . . . . . . . . . acc T and Th, Jan 6 – Apr 14 6:30 – 9:30 pm

Prerequisite(s) apply. Math 0089 (550) . . . . . . . acc T, Sep 7 – Dec 7 6 – 9 pm Math 0089 (560) . . . . . . . acc T, Jan 11 – Apr 19 6 – 9 pm

Fundamentals of Writing I Prerequisite(s) apply. $435

chemistry 30 . . . . . . . . . . acc T and Th, Jan 6 – Apr 14 6:30 – 9:30 pm

engl 0089 (550) . . . . . . . . acc T, Sep 14 – Dec 14 6 – 9 pm

Biology 30 . . . . . . . . . . . . acc M and W, Jan 6 – Apr 14 6:30 – 9:30 pm

engl 0089 (551) . . . . . . . . acc T, Sep 14 – Dec 14 6 – 9 pm

Applicants must: • be able to communicate in English • test at a grade 10 level or higher

CAREER dEVELOPMENT

Register Early When you register in a course at MacEwan, we try our very best to ensure your needs are met. If you’re thinking about taking a course, make the process easier by registering EARLY. The earlier you register, the more opportunities you have for a rewarding educational experience that fits YOUR schedule. Don’t delay – register TODAY!

engl 0089 (560) . . . . . . . . acc T, Jan 11 – Apr 19 6 – 9 pm

Reading Development II Prerequisite(s) apply. $435 Read 0089 (550) . . . . . . . acc W, Sep 15 – Dec 15 6 – 9 pm Read 0089 (551) . . . . . . . acc W, Sep 15 – Dec 15 6 – 9 pm Read 0089 (560) . . . . . . . acc W, Jan 12 – Apr 20 6 – 9 pm

Please Note: course offerings are contingent on enrolment. *Credit is awarded towards MacEwan’s high school equivalency diploma

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ACAdEMIC UPGRAdING • ACAdEMIC UPGRAdING • ACAdEMIC UPGRAdING • ACAdEMIC UPGRAdING • ACAdEMIC UPGRAdING • ACAdEMIC UPGRAdING

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ARTS ANd COMMUNICATIONS

ARTS ANd COMMUNICATIONS • ARTS ANd COMMUNICATIONS • ARTS ANd COMMUNICATIONS • ARTS ANd COMMUNICATIONS • ARTS ANd COMMUNICATIONS

ART Call 780-497-4301 or email shantzd3@macewan.ca for more information. Call 780-497-5000 to register.

Contemporary Art Issues

Foundation for Painting

Prerequisite(s) apply.

$225, noncredit

$594, text extra, university transfer, 3 credits*

aRte 0510 (550) . . . . . cFac T, Sep 14 – Nov 2 6:30 – 9:30 pm

Course fees do not include supplies or textbooks unless otherwise indicated.

aRte 203 (571) . . . . . . cFac M, Sep 13 – Dec 13 2 – 5 pm

CREDIT COURSES

aRte 203 (572) . . . . . . cFac W, Sep 8 – Dec 15 2 – 5 pm

Drawing I $749, plus $10 + gst material fee, course supplies extra, 4 credits* aRte 110 (571) . . . . . . cFac T and Th, Sep 9 – Dec 16 6:30 – 9:30 pm aRte 110 (621) . . . . . . cFac T and Th, Apr 26 – Jul 28 6:30 – 9:30 pm

Art History I $594, text extra, university transfer, 3 credits* aRte 101 (571) . . . . . . . ccc T, Sep 14 – Dec 14 11 am – 2 pm

20th Century Visual Culture: c. 1900 – 1950 $594, text extra, university transfer, 3 credits* aRte 202 (596) . . . . . . . ccc T, Jan 18 – Apr 19 11 am – 2 pm aRte 202 (621) . . . . . . . ccc M – F, May 24 – Jun 10 9 am – noon

NONCREDIT COURSES

aRte 0510 (576) . . . . . cFac Th, Jan 20 – Mar 10 6:30 – 9:30 pm

Exploring the Basics of Drawing $199, noncredit aRte 0112 (550) . . . . . cFac W, Sep 15 – Nov 3 6:30 – 9:30 pm aRte 0112 (576) . . . . . cFac W, Jan 19 – Mar 9 6:30 – 9:30 pm

Landscapes in Acrylics $199, noncredit aRte 0114 (550) . . . . . cFac Th, Sep 16 – Nov 4 6:30 – 9:30 pm

Art Fundamentals: Introduction to Art and Portfolio Preparation

Foundation for Lifedrawing – Anatomy of the Form aRte 0520 (550) . . . . . cFac W, Sep 15 – Oct 20 6:30 – 9:30 pm

$594, text extra, university transfer, 3 credits*

$319, some supplies included, noncredit aRte 0143 (550) . . . . . cFac M, Sep 20 – Nov 29 6:30 – 9:30 pm

aRte 102 (571) . . . . . . . ccc Th, Sep 9 – Dec 16 11 am – 2 pm

aRte 0143 (576) . . . . . cFac M, Jan 17 – Mar 28 6:30 – 9:30 pm

aRte 102 (596) . . . . . . . ccc Th, Jan 13 – Apr 21 11 am – 2 pm

aRte 0143 (577) . . . . . cFac M, Apr 11 – Jun 27 6:30 – 9:30 pm

aRte 102 (597) . . . . . . . ccc Th, Jan 20 – Apr 21 6 – 9 pm

Foundation for Drawing

aRte 101 (572) . . . . . . . ccc T, Sep 14 – Dec 14 6 – 9 pm

Art History II

aRte 102 (1600) . . . . . . Feb 1 – Apr 30 aRte 102 (621) . . . . . . . ccc M – F, May 2 – 20 9 am – noon

$215, noncredit aRte 0500 (550) . . . . . cFac Th, Sep 16 – Nov 4 6:30 – 9:30 pm

$225, noncredit

aRte 0520 (576) . . . . . cFac W, Jan 19 – Feb 23 6:30 – 9:30 pm

The Human Form: Lifedrawing and Figure Painting $295, noncredit aRte – 0521 (550) . . . . cFac M, Oct 25 – Dec 13 6:30 – 9:30 pm aRte – 0521 (576) . . . . cFac M, Feb 28 – Apr 18 6:30 – 9:30 pm

aRte 0500 (576) . . . . . cFac T, Jan 18 – Mar 8 6:30 – 9:30 pm

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NEW! Relief Sculpture

Painting Wildlife Using Acrylics

$259, some supplies included, noncredit

$259, some supplies included, noncredit

$109, noncredit

aRte 0531 (550) . . . . . cFac S, Oct 16 – Dec 4 9 am – noon

aRte 0532 (576) . . . . . cFac S, Jan 15 – Mar 12 9 am – noon

Capturing Portraits on Paper

Landscapes Across Canada with Acrylics

$109, noncredit aRte 0128 (550) . . . . . cFac W, Nov 17 – Dec 8 6:30 – 9:30 pm

Painting the Four Seasons Using Watercolours $109, noncredit aRte 0132 (550) . . . . . cFac Th, Nov 18 – Dec 9 6:30 – 9:30 pm

$199, noncredit aRte 0141 (576) . . . . . cFac Th, Jan 20 – Mar 10 6:30 – 9:30 pm

Your Guide to Ink and Wash Drawing $109, noncredit aRte 0196 (576) . . . . . cFac W, Mar 23 – Apr 13 6:30 – 9:30 pm

aRte 0113 (576) . . . . . cFac Th, Mar 24 – Apr 14 6:30 – 9:30 pm

Educational Travel Trips Registration and payment deadline is Nov 19, 2010. Tuition is nonrefundable. Call 780-497-4303 for more information.

$2,050 (double occupancy), noncredit aRte 0290 (576) Feb 19 – 26

NEW! Drawing – Mixed Media (8 – 9 years) $195, some supplies included, noncredit aRte 0200 (551) . . . . . cFac S, Sep 25 – Nov 20 9:30 am – noon

NEW! Painting – Mixed Media (8 – 9 years) $195, some supplies included, noncredit aRte 0210 (577) . . . . . cFac S, Jan 22 – Mar 19 9:30 am – noon

$2,450 (single occupancy), noncredit aRte 0290 (576) Feb 19 – 26

Tuition covers:

• airfare • ground transfer • accommodation • weekday breakfasts • orientation seminar • walking tours • information package • arts and culture consultation

New York Travel Trip

On February 19-26, 2011, join like-minded people on a journey through the arts-and-culture of the boldest, most modern city in the world. Arts and Communications Continuing Education offers an unforgettable experience in the heart of New York. From art to music, theatre to fashion, dance to architecture and everything in between, New York will leave you absolutely awe struck!

The city that never sleeps is packed full of culture and excitement. Join us and experience first-hand what all the hype is about. For more information: call 780-497-4303

Note: This is not a guided tour; itís a chance for independent travelers with their own objectives to share their experiences with like-minded people.

ARTE 0290 (576) noncredit $ 2,050 + GST (double occupancy) ARTE 0290 (577) noncredit $ 2,450 + GST (single occupancy) Register early, as space fills up quickly! Registration and payment deadline is Nov. 19, 2010. Tuition is non-refundable.

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NEW! Drawing (10 – 12 years) $185, some supplies included, noncredit aRte 0200 (552) . . . . . cFac S, Sep 25 – Nov 20 9:30 am – noon

NEW! Painting (10 – 12 years) $185, some supplies included, noncredit aRte 0210 (578) . . . . . cFac S, Jan 22 – Mar 19 9:30 am – noon

Drawing Studio (13 – 17 years) $189, some supplies included, noncredit aRte 0200 (550) . . . . . cFac S, Sep 25 – Nov 20 1 – 4 pm

Painting Studio (13 – 17 years) $195, some supplies included, noncredit aRte 0210 (576) . . . . . cFac S, Jan 22 – Mar 19 1 – 4 pm

Register Early When you register in a course at MacEwan, we try our very best to ensure your needs are met. If you’re thinking about taking a course, make the process easier by registering EARLY. The earlier you register, the more opportunities you have for a rewarding educational experience that fits YOUR schedule. Don’t delay – register TODAY!

ARTS ANd CULTURAL MANAGEMENT CERTIFICATE ONLINE Call 780-497-4301 or email shantzd3@macewan.ca for more information or visit our website at www.MacEwan.ca/ artsmanagement.

Continuing Education offers a number of distance learning Arts and Cultural Management credit courses over the fall and winter terms for part-time and full-time students. You can take individual courses in areas of specific interest or you can study to complete the Arts and Cultural Management Certificate. Register by September 15 for courses available in fall 2010 and by February 1 for courses available in winter 2011. See the www.acat.gov.ab.ca for course transferability. The fall term runs September 15, 2010 until January 15, 2011. The winter term runs February 1 to May 31, 2011. Please note that online courses are subject to a $25 eCampusAlberta technology fee (e-tech) per course for online technology support.

Financial Management for the Arts $594, plus $25 e-tech fee, text extra, 3 credits* agad 105 (1500)

Computer Applications in the Arts $594, plus $25 e-tech fee, text extra, 3 credits* agad 107 (1500)

Management Seminar I $499, plus $25 e-tech fee, text optional, 2 credits* agad 129 (1500)

WINTER 2011

Publicity and Media Relations in the Arts $594, plus $25 e-tech fee, text extra, 3 credits* agad 109 (1600)

Applied Marketing in the Arts Prerequisite(s) apply. $594, plus $25 e-tech fee, text extra, 3 credits* agad 121 (1600)

CREDIT COURSES

FALL 2010

Advocacy and Lobbying $594, plus $25 e-tech fee, text extra, 3 credits* agad 101 (1500)

Human Resource Management in the Arts $594, plus $25 e-tech fee, text extra, 3 credits* agad 123 (1600)

Facility Management $594, plus $25 e-tech fee, text extra, 3 credits*

Marketing Principles and Research in the Arts

agad 125 (1600)

$594, plus $25 e-tech fee, text extra, 3 credits*

$594, plus $25 e-tech fee, text extra, 3 credits*

agad 103 (1500)

agad 126 (1600)

Museum/Gallery Management

Fundraising and Grants $594, plus $25 e-tech fee, text extra, 3 credits* agad 127 (1600)

Management Seminar ll Prerequisite(s) apply. $499, plus $25 e-tech fee, 2 credits* agad 130 (1600)

dANCE Call 780-497-4301 or email shantzd3@macewan.ca for more information. Call 780-497-5000 to register.

Percussive Dance (13 – 16 years) $110, noncredit dnce 0178 (550) . . . . . cFac Su, Sep 26 – Oct 31 Noon – 2 pm dnce 0178 (576) . . . . . cFac Su, Jan 9 – Feb 6 Noon – 2 pm

Hip Hop Dance (13 – 16 years) $145, noncredit dnce 0164 (552) . . . . . cFac S, Sep 25 – Dec 4 3:30 – 5 pm dnce 0164 (578) . . . . . cFac S, Jan 15 – Mar 26 3:30 – 5 pm

Theatrical Contemporary Dance (13 – 17 years) $160, noncredit dnce 0171 (550) . . . . . cFac S, Nov 6 – Dec 4 1 – 4 pm dnce 0171 (576) . . . . . cFac S, Feb 12 – Mar 19 1 – 4 pm

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Jazz Dance II

$155, noncredit

$145, noncredit

dnce 0159 (550) . . . . . cFac T, Sep 28 – Nov 30 7:30 – 9 pm

dnce 0250 (550) . . . . . cFac T, Sep 28 – Nov 30 5 – 6:30 pm

dnce 0159 (576) . . . . . cFac T, Jan 18 – Mar 22 7:30 – 9 pm

dnce 0250 (576) . . . . . cFac T, Jan 18 – Mar 22 5 – 6:30 pm

Jazz Dance for Beginners

Tap Dance for Beginners

$145, noncredit

$145, noncredit

dnce 0145 (550) . . . . . cFac S, Sep 25 – Dec 4 2 – 3:30 pm

dnce 0163 (550) . . . . . cFac Su, Sep 26 – Dec 5 2 – 3:30 pm

dnce 0145 (576) . . . . . cFac S, Jan 15 – Mar 26 2 – 3:30 pm

dnce 0163 (576) . . . . . cFac Su, Jan 9 – Mar 20 2 – 3:30 pm

Belly Dance for Beginners

Tribal Belly Dance

$145, noncredit

dnce 0153 (550) . . . . . cFac W, Sep 29 – Dec 1 7:30 – 9 pm

dnce 0154 (550) . . . . . cFac T, Sep 28 – Nov 30 6 – 7:30 pm dnce 0154 (576) . . . . . cFac T, Jan 18 – Mar 22 6 – 7:30 pm

Belly Dance Intermediate $145, noncredit dnce 0155 (550) . . . . . cFac W, Sep 29 – Dec 1 6 – 7:30 pm dnce 0155 (576) . . . . . cFac W, Jan 19 – Mar 23 6 – 7:30 pm

$145, noncredit

dnce 0153 (576) . . . . . cFac W, Jan 19 – Mar 23 7:30 – 9 pm

Income Tax Receipts You may be eligible for a tax receipt for some parttime courses. Please see “Income Tax Receipts” on page 70 to see if you qualify to receive a T2202A statement.

Arts and Communications Continuing Education offers a comprehensive variety of courses that are sure to  entice your inner creative. With courses ranging from beginner  art courses to advanced photography, introductory computer  courses to professional writing, as well as a complete list of  dance and music courses for every skill level.

Whether youíre looking to take a course that youíve always  been interested in, or looking to enroll your children in an extracurricular summer program, there’s no better time than now! Register early, as space fills up quickly! For more information and to register: call 780-497-5000 • Art • Music • Dance • Computer Graphics and New Media • Journalism • Child and Youth Courses • Photography • Professional Writing • Arts and Cultural Management www.artsoutreach.org

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Hip Hop Dance $145, noncredit dnce 0164 (550) . . . . . cFac Su, Sep 26 – Dec 5 3:30 – 5 pm dnce 0164 (551) . . . . . cFac Th, Sep 30 – Dec 9 6:30 – 8:00 pm dnce 0164 (576) . . . . . cFac Su, Jan 16 – Mar 27 3:30 – 5 pm dnce 0164 (577) . . . . . cFac Th, Jan 20 – Mar 24 6:30 – 8 pm

Hip Hop Dance Level II $145, noncredit dnce 0264 (576) . . . . . cFac Th, Sep 30 – Dec 9 8 – 9:30 pm dnce 0264 (577) . . . . . cFac Th, Jan 20 – Mar 24 8 – 9:30 pm

Participants must register with a partner when enrolling in: Salsa Dance, Tango, all Ballroom courses, all Ballroom workshops and Two Step Country Dance workshops.

Two-Step Country Dance Workshop I

Ballroom Dance IV

$32 per person, noncredit

dnce 0480 (550) . . . . . cFac Th, Oct 7 – Dec 2 8 – 9:30 pm

dnce 0157 (550) . . . . . cFac Su, Oct 24 1:30 – 3 pm dnce 0157 (576) . . . . . cFac Su, Mar 13 1:30 – 3 pm

NEW! Tango – Argentine Fundamentals I $120 per person, noncredit dnce 0167 (550) . . . . . cFac Th, Oct 7 – Dec 2 8 – 9:30 pm dnce 0167 (576) . . . . . cFac Th, Feb 3 – Mar 24 8 – 9:30 pm

Ballroom Dance I $120 per person, noncredit dnce 0180 (550) . . . . . cFac S, Oct 16 – Dec 4 1 – 2:30 pm dnce 0180 (551) . . . . . cFac W, Oct 6 – Dec 1 6:30 – 8 pm

$95 per person, noncredit

dnce 0180 (576) . . . . . cFac S, Feb 5 – Apr 2 1 – 2:30 pm

dnce 0149 (550) . . . . . cFac M, Sep 27 – Nov 8 7 – 8:30 pm

dnce 0180 (577) . . . . . cFac W, Feb 2 – Mar 23 6:30 – 8 pm

dnce 0149 (576) . . . . . cFac M, Jan 24 – Mar 7 7 – 8:30 pm

Ballroom Dancing II

Salsa I

$120 per person, noncredit

$120 per person, noncredit

dnce 0280 (550) . . . . . cFac Th, Oct 7 – Dec 2 6:30 – 8 pm

dnce 0249 (550) . . . . . cFac Th, Oct 7 – Dec 2 6:30 – 8 pm

dnce 0280 (576) . . . . . cFac Th, Feb 3 – Mar 24 6:30 – 8 pm

dnce 0249 (576) . . . . . cFac Th, Feb 3 – Mar 24 6:30 – 8 pm

Ballroom Dance III

Salsa II

$120 per person, noncredit dnce 0380 (550) . . . . . cFac T, Oct 5 – Nov 30 8 – 9:30 pm

$120 per person, noncredit

dnce 0480 (576) . . . . . cFac Th, Feb 3 – Mar 24 8 – 9:30 pm

Ballroom Dance V $120 per person, noncredit dnce 0582 (550) . . . . . cFac T, Oct 5 – Nov 30 6:30 – 8 pm

Ballroom Dance Workshop (Latin/Rhythm) $32 per person, noncredit dnce 0181 (576) . . . . . cFac S, Mar 19 2:30 – 4 pm

Ballroom Dance Workshop (Mambo I) $32 per person, noncredit dnce 0181 (577) . . . . . cFac 1 S, Feb 26 2:30 – 4 pm

dnce 0582 (576) . . . . . cFac T, Feb 1 – Mar 22 6:30 – 8 pm

Ballroom Dance Workshop (Mambo II)

Ballroom Dance VI $120 per person, noncredit

dnce 0181 (578) . . . . . cFac 1 S, Mar 12 2:30 – 4 pm

dnce 0175 (550) . . . . . cFac W, Oct 6 – Dec 1 8 – 9:30 pm

dESIGN

$32 per person, noncredit

dnce 0175 (576) . . . . . cFac W, Feb 2 – Mar 23 8 – 9:30 pm

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Ballroom Dance Workshop (Quickstep Workshop I)

Course fees do not include supplies or textbooks unless otherwise indicated.

$32 per person, noncredit

NEW! Digital Illustration (14 – 17 years)

dnce 0181 (550) . . . . . cFac S, Oct 30 2:30 – 4 pm

Ballroom Dance Workshop (Quickstep Workshop II) $32 per person, noncredit dnce 0181 (551) . . . . . cFac S, Nov 13 2:30 – 4 pm

$245, some supplies included, noncredit vcdF 0151 (550) . . . . . cFac S, Sep 25 – Nov 20 1 – 3:30 pm vcdF 0151 (576) . . . . . cFac S, Jan 22 – Mar 19 1 – 3:30 pm

Ballroom Dance Workshop (Standard/ Smooth) $32 per person, noncredit dnce 0181 (552) . . . . . cFac S, Oct 16 2:30 – 4 pm

dnce 0380 (576) . . . . . cFac T, Feb 1 – Mar 22 8 – 9:30 pm

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NONCREDIT COURSES

Digital SLR Basics

NEW! Digital Darkroom

$110, noncredit

$225, plus $20 + gst special fee, noncredit

vcph 0101 (550) . . . . . cFac S, Sep 25 9 am – 5 pm

vcph 0160 (550) . . . . . cFac W, Sep 22 – Oct 27 6:30 – 9:30 pm

vcph 0101 (551) . . . . . cFac Th, Sep 23 – 30 6:30 – 9:30 pm

vcph 0160 (551) . . . . . cFac W, Nov 3 – Dec 8 6:30 – 9:30 pm

vcph 0101 (552) . . . . . cFac S, Nov 13 9 am – 5 pm

vcph 0160 (576) . . . . . cFac W, Jan 19 – Feb 23 6:30 – 9:30 pm

vcph 0150 (550) . . . . . cFac S, Sep 25 – Nov 20 1 – 4 pm

vcph 0101 (577) . . . . . cFac Th, Jan 20 – 27 6:30 – 9:30 pm

vcph 0160 (577) . . . . . cFac W, Mar 9 – Apr 13 6:30 – 9:30 pm

vcph 0150 (576) . . . . . cFac S, Jan 22 – Mar 19 1 – 4 pm

vcph 0101 (576) . . . . . cFac S, Jan 22 9 am – 5 pm

Event Photography

CREDIT COURSES

vcph 0101 (578) . . . . . cFac S, Mar 5 9 am – 5 pm

Note: Participants require their own digital SLR camera for the majority of photography courses.

Photography (13 – 17 years) Required: digital camera with manual controls. $195, noncredit

Digital Photography

Digital SLR I

$594, plus $20 + gst special fee, course supplies extra, 3 credits*

$199, noncredit

vcph 100 (571) . . . . . . cFac T, Sep 14 – Dec 14 6:30 – 9:30 pm vcph 100 (596) . . . . . . cFac Th, Jan 20 – Apr 21 6:30 – 9:30 pm vcph 100 (621) . . . . . . cFac Th, Apr 28 – Jul 28 6:30 – 9:30 pm

Sign up early to save your seat in class! Early registration helps ensure classes are able to run as scheduled and avoid cancellation.

THEATRE PROdUCTION Call 780-497-4301 or email shantzd3@macewan.ca for more information. Call 780-497-5000 to register. Continuing Education is pleased to offer a number of Theatre Production credit courses over the fall and winter terms. Please call for course information, dates and times. Consent of the Program Chair and satisfactory completion of prerequisites, where applicable, are required prior to registration in any Theatre Production courses. See the www.acat.gov.ab.ca for course transferability.

$110, noncredit vcph 0108 (550) . . . . . cFac S, Oct 30 – Nov 6 9 am – noon vcph 0108 (551) . . . . . cFac S, Dec 4 – 11 9 am – noon

CREDIT COURSES

FALL 2010

Drafting and Model Making

vcph 0102 (550) . . . . . cFac Th, Oct 7 – Nov 4 6:30 – 9:30 pm

vcph 0108 (576) . . . . . cFac S, Mar 12 – 19 9 am – noon

vcph 0102 (551) . . . . . cFac S, Oct 16 – 23 9 am – 5 pm

vcph 0108 (577) . . . . . cFac S, Apr 9 – 16 9 am – noon

tppR 102 (571) . . . . . . cFac

vcph 0102 (576) . . . . . cFac Th, Feb 3 – Mar 3 6:30 – 9:30 pm

Creating a Narrative with Photographs

tppR 110 (571) . . . . . . cFac

vcph 0102 (577) . . . . . cFac Th, Mar 17 – Apr 14 6:30 – 9:30 pm

vcph 0107 (550) . . . . . cFac Su, Oct 17 – Nov 21 1 – 4 pm

NEW! Digital SLR II

vcph 0107 (576) . . . . . cFac Su, Jan 23 – Mar 6 1 – 4 pm

$295, noncredit vcph 0202 (576) . . . . . cFac W, Mar 2 – Apr 20 6:30 – 9:30 pm

$245, noncredit

$499 and a $30 + gst material fee, 2 credits*

Audio I $499, 2 credits*

Footings $784 and a $10 special fee and a $50 + gst material fee, 5 credits* tppR 111 (571) . . . . . . cFac

Rigging $404 and a $10 + gst material fee, 1 credit* tppR 108 (571) . . . . . . cFac

Stagecraft II $499 and a $30 + gst material fee, 2 credits* tppR 204 (571) . . . . . . cFac

Set Painting II $404 and a $30 + gst material fee, 1 credit* tppR 206 (571) . . . . . . cFac

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PHOTOGRAPHY

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Applied Theatre History

Certificate, diploma, applied degree

$594, 3 credits* tppR 101 (596) . . . . . . cFac

Call 780-497-4600, email ptbusiness@macewan. ca or access the website at www.MacEwan.ca/accounting for more information. Call 780-497-5000 to register.

Stagecraft I $499 and a $30 + gst material fee, 2 credits* tppR 104 (596) . . . . . . cFac

Set Painting I

Students can complete their studies on a part-time evening basis by applying into the Accounting and Strategic Measurement program, which has multiple step-on, step-off and laddering opportunities. Two credentials are offered: a 10-course certificate and a 20-course diploma. Diploma graduates can apply their diploma towards the first two years of the Bachelor of Applied Business Administration, Accounting.

$499 and a $30 + gst material fee, 2 credits* tppR 106 (596) . . . . . . cFac

Introduction to Costumes $499 and a $25 + gst material fee, 2 credits* tppR 107 (596) . . . . . . cFac

Audio II $499, 2 credits* tppR 210 (596) . . . . . . cFac

Note: the certificate program may be taken online. Call 780-497-4600 for information.

NONCREDIT COURSES

Set Etiquette and Protocol This course for newcomers to the film industry is being offered in cooperation with IATSE Local 210. Attend this informationpacked seminar and learn what to expect when you are called to work on a film set and what you are supposed to do when you arrive on set. This workshop will provide you with vocabulary and details about the chain of command in the film crew. Find out who does what, the behaviour that is expected of you, and what you need to bring to a call.

$99, noncredit tppR 0110 (550) . . . . . . ccc S, Oct 16 10 am – 3:30 pm tppR 0110 (576) . . . . . . ccc S, Feb 12 10 am – 3:30 pm

BUSINESS

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ACCOUNTING ANd STRATEGIC MEASUREMENT

WINTER 2011

Information regarding online courses offered in fall 2010 and winter 2011 is included below. These are not selfpaced courses. They have definite start and end dates, and defined dates for the completion of quizzes, exams, projects, reports or other related course work. For hardware and software requirements for these courses, please email ptbusiness@macewan.ca or call 780-497-4600. An additional $25 eCampusAlberta technology fee is charged for the online sections; however, no material fees are charged.

ACCOUNTING TECHNOLOGY CERTIFICATE COURSES Financial Accounting I $594, text extra, 3 credits* acct 111 (750) . . . . . . . ccc Th, Sep 9 – Dec 16 6 – 9:15 pm acct 111 (752) . . . . . . . ccc W, Sep 8 – Dec 15 6 – 9 pm acct 111 (758) . . . . . . . Msc T, Sep 7– Dec 14 6 – 9 pm acct 111 (751) . . . . . . . ccc W, Jan 12 – Apr 20 6 – 9:15 pm acct 111 (759) . . . . . . . Msc Th, Jan 6 – Apr 21 6 – 9:15 pm acct 111 (1000) . . . . . online Sep 13 – Dec 17 Registration deadline – Sep 13 acct 111 (1100) . . . . . online Jan 10 – Apr 21 Registration deadline – Jan 10

Financial Accounting II Prerequisite(s) apply. $594, text extra, 3 credits* acct 161 (750) . . . . . . . ccc M, Sep 13 – Dec 13 6 – 9:30 pm acct 161 (751) . . . . . . . ccc M, Jan 10 – Apr 18 6 – 9:15 pm acct 161 (759) . . . . . . . Msc M, Jan 10 – Apr 18 6 – 9:15 pm acct 161 (1000) . . . . . online Sep 13 – Dec 17 Registration deadline – Sep 13

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Business Law I

Marketing

(formerly LEGL 105)

Prerequisite(s) apply. $594, text extra, 3 credits*

$594 plus $5 + gst material fee, text extra, 3 credits*

$594 plus $12 + gst material fee, text extra, 3 credits*

acct 162 (750) . . . . . . . ccc Th, Sep 9 – Dec 16 6 – 9:15 pm

legl 210 (550) . . . . . . . . ccc Th, Sep 9 – Dec 16 6 – 9 pm

MgMt 131 (730) . . . . . . . ccc Th, Sep 9 – Dec 16 6 – 9:15 pm

acct 162 (751) . . . . . . . ccc W, Jan 12 – Apr 20 6 – 9 pm

legl 210 (555) . . . . . . . . Msc W, Sep 8 – Dec 15 6 – 9 pm

MgMt 131 (731) . . . . . . . ccc Th, Jan 6 – Apr 21 6 – 9 pm

acct 162 (1100) . . . . . online Jan 10 – Apr 21 Registration deadline – Jan 10

legl 210 (551) . . . . . . . . ccc Th, Jan 6 – Apr 21 6 – 9 pm

MgMt 131 (1000) . . . . . online Sep 13 – Dec 17

Information Technology II

legl 210 (556) . . . . . . . . Msc T, Jan 11 – Apr 19 6 – 9 pm

Prerequisite(s) apply. $594 plus $20 + gst material fee, text extra, 3 credits* acct 164 (750) . . . . . . . ccc T, Sep 7 – Dec 14 6 – 9 pm acct 162 (751) . . . . . . . ccc Th, Jan 6 – Apr 21 6 – 9 pm acct 164 (1000) . . . . . online Sep 13 – Dec 17 Registration deadline – Sep 13

Management Accounting I Prerequisite(s) apply. $594, text extra, 3 credits* acct 218 (750) . . . . . . . ccc W, Sep 8 – Dec 15 6 – 9 pm acct 218 (751) . . . . . . . ccc T, Jan 11 – Apr 19 6 – 9:15 pm acct 218 (759) . . . . . . . Msc T, Jan 11 – Apr 19 6 – 9:15 pm acct 218 (1000) . . . . . online Sep 13 – Dec 17 Registration deadline – Sep 13 acct 218 (1100) . . . . . online Jan 10 – Apr 21 Registration deadline – Jan 10

Note: Students wishing to take this course in an online format should take SAIT’s BLAW 200.

Business Computing $594 plus $15 + gst material fee, text extra, 3 credits* Mcsp 131 (550) . . . . . . . ccc T, Sep 7 – Dec 14 6 – 9 pm Mcsp 131 (552) . . . . . . . ccc S, Sep 11 – Dec 11 9 am – 12:30 pm Mcsp 131 (558) . . . . . . . Msc Th, Sep 9 – Dec 16 6 – 9:15 pm Mcsp 131 (551) . . . . . . . ccc T, Jan 11 – Apr 19 6 – 9:15 pm Mcsp 131 (553) . . . . . . . ccc Th, Jan 6 – Apr 21 6 – 9 pm Mcsp 131 (559) . . . . . . . Msc W, Jan 12 – Apr 20 6 – 9:15 pm Mcsp 131 (1000) . . . . . online Sep 13 – Dec 17 Mcsp 131 (1001) . . . . . online Nov 2 – Feb 16

MgMt 131 (1100) . . . . . online Jan 10 – Apr 21

Communications Please refer to page 60 of this guide for more information.

Business Communications Please refer to page 29 of this guide for more information.

ACCOUNTING ANd STRATEGIC MANAGEMENT dIPLOMA COURSES Financial Accounting III Prerequisite(s) apply. $594, text extra, 3 credits* acct 211 (750) . . . . . . . ccc W, Sep 7 – Dec 14 6 – 9 pm acct 211 (751) . . . . . . . ccc W, Jan 12 – Apr 20 6 – 9:15 pm

Introduction to Accounting Software Prerequisite(s) apply. $594 plus $20 + gst material fee, text extra, 3 credits* acct 214 (751) . . . . . . . ccc M, Jan 10 – Apr 18 6 – 9:15 pm

Quantitative Decision Support $594, text extra, 3 credits* acct 215 (751) . . . . . . . ccc T, Jan 11 – Apr 19 6 – 9:15 pm

Financial Management Prerequisite(s) apply. $594, text extra, 3 credits* acct 255 (750) . . . . . . . ccc M, Sep 13 – Dec 13 6 – 9:30 pm

Financial Accounting IV Prerequisite(s) apply. $594, text extra, 3 credits* acct 261 (750) . . . . . . . ccc Th, Sep 9 – Dec 16 6 – 9:15 pm

Accounting Information Systems Prerequisite(s) apply. $594, text extra, 3 credits* acct 275 (750) . . . . . . . ccc T, Sep 7 – Dec 14 6 – 9 pm

Management Accounting III Prerequisite(s) apply. $594, text extra, 3 credits* acct 318 (750) . . . . . . . ccc W, Sep 8 – Dec 15 6 – 9 pm

Group discounts! If there will be more than three of you attending from one organization, please contact us at 780-497-5207 for special rates.

Mcsp 131 (1100) . . . . . online Jan 10 – Apr 21 Mcsp 131 (1101) . . . . . online Feb 2 – May 20

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Practical Tax Applications

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Organizational Behaviour

Audit

Taxation II

Prerequisite(s) apply.

Prerequisite(s) apply.

$594 plus $15 + gst material fee, text extra, 3 credits*

$594, text extra, 3 credits*

$594, text extra, 3 credits*

acct 350 (751) . . . . . . . ccc T, Jan 11 – Apr 19 6 – 9:15 pm

acct 392 (750) . . . . . . . ccc Th, Sep 9 – Dec 16 6 – 9 pm

Advanced Financial Accounting

Advanced Finance

Prerequisite(s) apply.

$594, text extra, 3 credits*

$594, text extra, 3 credits*

acct 395 (750) . . . . . . . ccc M, Sep 13 – Dec 13 6 – 9:30 pm

MgMt 122 (730) . . . . . . . ccc Th, Sep 9 – Dec 16 6 – 9:15 pm MgMt 122 (731) . . . . . . . ccc M, Jan 10 – Apr 18 6 – 9:15 pm MgMt 122 (739) . . . . . . . Msc W, Jan 12 – Apr 20 6 – 9:15 pm MgMt 122 (1000) . . . . . online Sep 13 – Dec 17 MgMt 122 (1100) . . . . . online Jan 10 – Apr 21

Economics Elective Students can complete any threecredit economics course to meet this elective requirement towards their diploma. Please refer to page 59 for course information.

BACHELOR OF APPLIEd BUSINESS AdMINISTRATION – ACCOUNTING Call 780-497-4600; email ptbusiness@macewan. ca or access the website at www.MacEwan.ca/accounting for more information. Call 780-497-5000 to register.

The Bachelor of Applied Business Administration, Accounting is a four-year degree that combines professional accounting studies with broadening electives and integrates these academic courses with extensive learning and practice cycles in the workplace. Students must complete the Accounting and Strategic Measurement diploma (or an equivalent diploma at another institution) before being accepted into the applied degree. Part-time evening students may take up to three courses before applying into the program.

acct 351 (750) . . . . . . . ccc T, Sep 7 – Dec 14 6 – 9 pm acct 351 (751) . . . . . . . ccc M, Jan 10 – Apr 18 6 – 9:15 pm

Operations Management Prerequisite(s) apply. $693, text extra, 3 credits* Mgts 352 (751) . . . . . . . ccc Th, Jan 7 – Apr 22 5 – 9 pm

Leadership and Ethics Prerequisite(s) apply. $594, text extra, 3 credits* acct 353 (750) . . . . . . . ccc W, Sep 8 – Dec 15 6 – 9 pm

Advanced Management Accounting Prerequisite(s) apply. $594, text extra, 3 credits* acct 358 (751) . . . . . . . ccc W, Jan 12 – Apr 20 6 – 9:15 pm

Accounting Theory Prerequisite(s) apply. $594, text extra, 3 credits* acct 391 (750) . . . . . . . ccc M, Sep 13 – Dec 13 6 – 9:30 pm

Prerequisite(s) apply.

BACHELOR OF COMMERCE Call 780-497-4600, email ptbusiness@macewan.ca or visit www.MacEwan.ca/bcom for general information. Call 780-497-5000 to register.

The MacEwan School of Business offers years three and four towards the completion of a Bachelor of Commerce degree. If you have previously completed years one and two of the degree or have completed a Management Studies diploma here at MacEwan, you can now finish your degree right here where you started. Or, if you have another business diploma from MacEwan or another postsecondary institution, you may be eligible for credit towards completion of the Bachelor of Commerce degree. Call one of our academic advisors at 780-497-5162 for an assessment and program application details.

Information regarding online courses offered in fall 2010 and winter 2011 is included below. These are not self-paced courses. They have definite start and end dates, and defined dates for the completion of quizzes, exams, projects, reports or other related course work. For hardware and software requirements for these courses, please email ptbusiness@macewan.ca or call 780-497-4600. An additional $25 eCampusAlberta technology fee is charged for the online sections; however, no material fees are charged.

Introductory Accounting Prerequisite(s) apply. $693, plus $4 + gst material fee, text extra, 3 credits* acct 311 (460) . . . . . . . ccc M, Sep 13 – Dec 13 6 – 9:30 pm and M, Sep 13 – Dec 13 5 – 6 pm (lab) acct 311 (465) . . . . . . . ccc T, Jan 11 – Apr 19 6 – 9:15 pm and T, Jan 11 – Apr 19 5 – 6 pm (lab) acct 311 (1000) . . . . . online Sep 13 – Dec 17 acct 311 (1100) . . . . . online Jan 10 – Apr 21

Group discounts! If there will be more than three of you attending from one organization, please contact us at 780-497-5207 for special rates.

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Prerequisite(s) apply. $693 plus $4 + gst material fee, text extra, 3 credits* acct 322 (460) . . . . . . . ccc T, Sep 7 – Dec 14 6 – 9 pm acct 322 (465) . . . . . . . ccc M, Jan 10 – Apr 18 6 – 9:15 pm

Introduction to Canadian Business Prerequisite(s) apply. $693, plus $15 + gst material fee, text extra, 3 credits* Busn 201 (460) . . . . . . . ccc Th, Sep 9 – Dec 16 6 – 9:15 pm Busn 201 (1000) . . . . . online Sep 13 – Dec 17

Project Management Prerequisite(s) apply. $693, text extra, 3 credits* Busn 330 (1000) . . . . . online Sep 13 – Dec 17

Strategic Management Prerequisite(s) apply. $693, plus $15 + gst material fee, text extra, 3 credits* Busn 450 (460) . . . . . . . ccc Th, Sep 9 – Dec 16 6 – 9:15 pm and Th, Sep 9 – Dec 16 5 – 6 pm (lab)

Introductory Finance Prerequisite(s) apply. $693, plus $3 + gst material fee, text extra, 3 credits* Fnce 301 (465) . . . . . . . ccc M, Jan 10 – Apr 18 6 – 9:15 pm

Insurance and Risk Management

Probability and Statistics I

Managing Change

$693, $10 + gst material fee, text extra, 3 credits*

$693, text extra, 3 credits*

$693, text extra, 3 credits*

Mgts 103 (1100) . . . . . online Jan 10 – Apr 21

oRga 433 (465) . . . . . . . ccc Th, Jan 6 – Apr 21 6 – 9 pm

insR 300 (370) . . . . . . . . ccc W, Jan 12 – Apr 20 6 – 9:15 pm

Probability and Statistics II

Diversity and Intercultural Communication

Prerequisite(s) apply.

Prerequisite(s) apply.

Mgts 312 (465) . . . . . . . ccc W, Jan 12 – Apr 20 6 – 9:15 pm and W, Jan 12 – Apr 20 5 – 6 pm (lab)

$693, plus $15 + gst material fee, text extra, 3 credits* intB 311 (465) . . . . . . . . ccc W, Jan 12 – Apr 20 6 – 9:15 pm

Fundamentals of Marketing Prerequisite(s) apply. $693 plus $1 + gst material fee, text extra, 3 credits* MaRK 301 (460) . . . . . . . ccc T, Sep 7 – Dec 14 6 – 9 pm MaRK 301 (1000) . . . . . online Sep 13 – Dec 17

Operations Management Prerequisite(s) apply.

$693, plus $10 + gst material fee, text extra, 3 credits*

Introduction to Management Prerequisite(s) apply. $693 plus $15 + gst material fee, text extra, 3 credits* oRga 201 (460) . . . . . . . ccc W, Sep 8 – Dec 15 6 – 9 pm oRga 201 (465) . . . . . . . ccc Th, Jan 6 – Apr 21 6 – 9 pm

Contemporary Organizational Behavior and Theory

$693, text extra, 3 credits*

Prerequisite(s) apply.

Mgts 352 (465) . . . . . . . ccc Th, Jan 7 – Apr 22 5 – 9 pm

$693, text extra, 3 credits*

International Marketing

oRga 316 (460) . . . . . . . ccc W, Sep 8 – Dec 15 6 – 9 pm

Prerequisite(s) apply.

Contemporary Issues in Management

$693, text extra, 3 credits*

Prerequisite(s) apply.

MaRK 403 (465) . . . . . . . ccc T, Jan 11 – Apr 19 6 – 9:15 pm

$693, text extra, 3 credits* oRga 422 (460) . . . . . . . ccc W, Sep 8 – Dec 15 6 – 9 pm

Prerequisite(s) apply.

Business Law I $594, $5 + gst material fee, text extra, 3 credits* legl 210 (550) . . . . . . . . ccc Th, Sep 10 – Dec 17 6 – 9 pm legl 210 (551) . . . . . . . . ccc Th, Jan 7 – Apr 22 6 – 9 pm legl 210 (555) . . . . . . . . Msc W, Sep 9 – Dec 16 6 – 9:15 pm legl 210 (556) . . . . . . . . Msc T, Jan 5 – Apr 20 6 – 9 pm

Management of Human Resources Prerequisite(s) apply. $693, text extra, 3 credits* hRMt 200 (1000) . . . . . online Sep 13 – Dec 17

Our Commitment to You At MacEwan, we’re committed to providing you with a positive learning experience and welcome your feedback on our service. If you have suggestions or concerns regarding the course you are taking, please call the information telephone number listed for your course, or call the Office of the Registrar at 780-497-5000 and your call will be directed to the appropriate area. Your feedback is important to us and to the future courses we offer.

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Managerial Information and Control Systems

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HUMAN RESOURCES MANAGEMENT CERTIFICATE ANd dIPLOMA

NEW ONLINE FORMAT FOR THE HUMAN RESOURCES MANAGEMENT CERTIFICATE

Human Resources Training and Development I

MgMt 121 (734) . . . . . . . ccc T, Sep 7 – Dec 14 6 – 9 pm

Prerequisite(s) apply.

MgMt 121 (738) . . . . . . . Msc W, Sep 8 – Dec 15 6 – 9 pm

For information on part-time study call 780-497-4600, email ptbusiness@macewan.ca, or visit our website at www.MacEwan.ca/hrmanagement for information. Call 780-497-5000 to register.

$594, plus $10 material fee, text extra, 3 credits*

The Human Resources Management program certificate (or first 10 courses of the diploma) is now available in a distance delivery format and can be completed online through eCampusAlberta. Information regarding the online sections of these courses is included with the courses listings.

hRMt 160 (722) . . . . . . . ccc Th, Sep 9 – Dec 16 6 – 9:15 pm

MgMt 121 (731) . . . . . . . ccc W, Jan 12 – Apr 20 6 – 9:15 pm

hRMt 160 (723) . . . . . . . ccc T, Jan 11 – Apr 19 6 – 9:15 pm

MgMt 121 (1000) . . . . . online Sep 13 – Dec 17

Please note: These courses are not self-paced. They have definite start and end dates, and defined dates for the completion of quizzes, exams, projects, reports and other related courses work. For hardware and software requirements call 780-497-4600 or email ptbusiness@macewan.ca.

hRMt 160 (1600) . . . . . online Jan 10 – Apr 21

The Human Resources Management program is available evenings and on Saturdays for part-time learners. The program offers two levels of certification: a 10-course certificate and a 20-course diploma. Courses may be transferable to other institutions for those wishing to pursue degree completion. Advanced standing will be considered for previously-taken related human resources courses. A maximum of three courses may be taken by part-time students without completing program admission requirements. Students must complete all admission requirements and be accepted into the program before additional courses can be taken. For information on program admission requirements and an application form, call 780-497-4600 or visit our website www.MacEwan.ca/hrmanagement. Please note: The Human Resources Management program is undergoing curriculum changes. Those students accepted into the program prior to the fall 2010 semester will need to complete the program under the current requirements (please plan effectively, as there are courses that will not be available after specific dates); those accepted in and after the fall 2010 semester will be required to complete the program under the new curriculum.

An additional $25 eCampusAlberta technology fee is charged for the online sections; however, no material fees are charged.

Compensation

hRMt 160 (1500) . . . . . online Sep 13 – Dec 17

Human Resources Management $594, plus $8 material fee, text extra, 3 credits* hRMt 180 (722) . . . . . . . ccc M, Sep 13 – Dec 13 6 – 9:30 pm hRMt 180 (725) . . . . . . . ccc W, Jan 12 – Apr 20 6 – 9:15 pm

Prerequisite(s) apply.

hRMt 180 (1500) . . . . . online Sep 13 – Dec 17

$594, plus $8 material fee, text extra, 3 credits*

hRMt 180 (1600) . . . . . online Jan 10 – Apr 21

hRMt 131 (722) . . . . . . . ccc W, Sep 8 – Dec 15 6 – 9 pm

Financial Math

hRMt 131 (1500) . . . . . online Sep 13 – Dec 17

MgMt 111 (730) . . . . . . . ccc W, Sep 8 – Dec 15 6 – 9 pm

hRMt 131 (1600) . . . . . online Jan 10 – Apr 21

Staffing Prerequisite(s) apply. $594, plus $10 material fee, text extra, 3 credits* hRMt 145 (722) . . . . . . . ccc T, Sep 7 – Dec 14 6 – 9 pm hRMt 145 (1500) . . . . . online Sep 13 – Dec 17 hRMt 145 (1600) . . . . . online Jan 10 – Apr 21

$594, text extra, 3 credits*

MgMt 111 (731) . . . . . . . ccc T, Jan 11 – Apr 19 6 – 9:15 pm MgMt 111 (1000) . . . . . online Sep 13 – Dec 17 MgMt 111 (1100) . . . . . online Jan 10 – Apr 21

Principles of Management $594 plus $12 + gst material fee, text extra, 3 credits* MgMt 121 (730) . . . . . . . ccc T, Sep 7 – Dec 14 6 – 9 pm

MgMt 121 (1100) . . . . . online Jan 10 – Apr 21

Organizational Behaviour $594 plus $15 + gst material fee, text extra, 3 credits* MgMt 122 (730) . . . . . . . ccc Th, Sep 9 – Dec 16 6 – 9 pm MgMt 122 (731) . . . . . . . ccc M, Jan 10 – Apr 18 6 – 9:15 pm MgMt 122 (739) . . . . . . . Msc W, Jan 12 – Apr 20 6 – 9:15 pm MgMt 122 (1000) . . . . . online Sep 13 – Dec 17 MgMt 122 (1100) . . . . . online Jan 10 – Apr 21

Business Computing $594 plus $15 + gst material fee, text extra, 3 credits* Mcsp 131 (550) . . . . . . . ccc T, Sep 7 – Dec 14 6 – 9 pm Mcsp 131 (552) . . . . . . . ccc S, Sep 11 – Dec 11 9 am – 12:30 pm Mcsp 131 (558) . . . . . . . Msc Th, Sep 9 – Dec 16 6 – 9:15 pm Mcsp 131 (551) . . . . . . . ccc T, Jan 11 – Apr 19 6 – 9:15 pm Mcsp 131 (553) . . . . . . . ccc Th, Jan 6 – Apr 21 6 – 9 pm

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Performance Management

Financial Accounting I

Prerequisite(s) apply.

The following sections of MCSP 131 are offered in an online format. Students wishing to take this section must have the necessary hardware, Microsoft Office 2007 and an established account with an Internet service.

$594, plus $10 material fee, text extra, 3 credits*

acct 111 (750) . . . . . . . ccc Th, Sep 9 – Dec 14 6 – 9 pm

hRMt 245 (722) . . . . . . . ccc S, Jan 8 – Apr 16 9 am – 12:15 pm

acct 111 (752) . . . . . . . ccc W, Sep 8 – Dec 15 6 – 9 pm

Employee/Labour Relations II

acct 111 (758) . . . . . . . Msc T, Sep 7 – Dec 14 6 – 9 pm

Mcsp 131 (1000) . . . . . online Sep 13 – Dec 17 Mcsp 131 (1001) . . . . . online Nov 2 – Feb 16 Mcsp 131 (1100) . . . . . online Jan 10 – Apr 21 Mcsp 131 (1101) . . . . . online Feb 2 – May 20

Fundamentals of Business $594, plus $10 material fee, text extra, 3 credits* Busn 200 (723) . . . . . . . ccc M, Jan 10 – Apr 18 6 – 9:15 pm

Communications Please refer to page 60 of this guide for more information.

Employee and Labour Relations Prerequisite(s) apply. $594, plus $10 material fee, text extra, 3 credits* hRMt 151 (723) . . . . . . . ccc W, Jan 12 – Apr 20 6 – 9:15 pm hRMt 151 (1600) . . . . . online Jan 10 – Apr 21

Compensation and Benefits II Prerequisite(s) apply. $594, plus $5 material fee, text extra, 3 credits* hRMt 230 (722) . . . . . . . ccc W, Jan 12 – Apr 20 6 – 9:15 pm

Prerequisite(s) apply. $594, plus $8 material fee, text extra, 3 credits* hRMt 250 (722) . . . . . . . ccc Th, Sep 9 – Dec 16 6 – 9:15 pm

Human Resources Training and Development II Prerequisite(s) apply. $594, plus $8 material fee, text extra, 3 credits*

$594, text extra, 3 credits*

acct 111 (751) . . . . . . . ccc W, Jan 13 – Apr 21 6 – 9:15 pm acct 111 (759) . . . . . . . Msc Th, Jan 7 – Apr 22 6 – 9:15 pm

Introduction to Disability Management dMWp 104 This course is offered in an online format. For the fall 2010/winter 2011 schedule, please contact the Disability Management in the Workplace program at 780-497-5727.

G.S.T. Some of the courses and material fees listed in this calendar are subject to the Federal Goods and Services Tax (G.S.T.).

acct 111 (1000) . . . . . online Sep 13 – Dec 17 acct 111 (1100) . . . . . online Jan 10 – Apr 21

hRMt 260 (722) . . . . . . . ccc T, Sep 7 – Dec 14 6 – 9 pm

Human Resources Information Management Prerequisite(s) apply. $594, plus $10 material fee, text extra, 3 credits* hRMt 270 (722) . . . . . . . ccc M, Sep 13 – Dec 13 6 – 9:30 pm

Human Resources Field Placement (option or elective) Prerequisite(s) apply. $594, text extra, 3 credits* hRMt 280 (722) . . . . . . . ccc T, Jan 11 4 – 6 pm

(remainder of schedule will be announced at first class)

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Mcsp 131 (559) . . . . . . . Msc W, Jan 12 – Apr 20 6 – 9:15 pm

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LEGAL ASSISTANT dIPLOMA EVENING PART-TIME STUdY Enter the exciting legal profession with a Legal Assistant diploma! Work as paralegal personnel in law offices or legal departments of large corporations. Take your skills into other fields such as banking/financial institutions, mortgage companies, real estate companies, federal, provincial and municipal governments. For more information about the program’s admission requirements and application process, call 780-497-5242 or visit www.MacEwan.ca/legal. Call 780-497-5000 to register.

The Legal Assistant program may be completed on a part-time basis. A maximum of three courses may be taken without completing program entrance requirements. Students will be required to apply for acceptance into the program after completing three Legal Assistant courses.

Corporate Procedures $594, plus $25 + gst material fee, 3 credits* legl 130 (550) . . . . . . . . ccc Th, Jan 6 – Apr 21 6 – 9 pm

Civil Litigation Procedures I $649, plus $25 + gst material fee, plus relevant statutes, 3 credits* legl 160 (550) . . . . . . . . ccc M and W, Sep 8 – Dec 15 6 – 8 pm

Financial Procedures for the Law Office $594, textbooks extra, 3 credits* legl 180 (550) . . . . . . . . ccc T, Sep 7 – Dec 14 6 – 9 pm

Business Law I (formerly LEGL 105) $594, plus $5 + gst material fee, text extra, 3 credits* legl 210 (550) . . . . . . . . ccc Th, Sep 9 – Dec 16 6 – 9 pm legl 210 (555) . . . . . . . . Msc W, Sep 8 – Dec 15 6 – 9 pm legl 210 (551) . . . . . . . . ccc Th, Jan 6 – Apr 21 6 – 9 pm legl 210 (556) . . . . . . . . Msc T, Jan 11 – Apr 19 6 – 9 pm

Criminal Law Procedures $649, plus $10 + gst material fee, plus relevant statutes, 3 credits* legl 220 (550) . . . . . . . . ccc M and W, Jan 5 – Apr 20 6 – 8 pm

Technology in the Law Office II Prerequisite(s) apply. $649, plus $25 + gst material fee, plus relevant statutes, 3 credits* legl 240 (550) . . . . . . . . ccc T and Th, Sep 9 – Dec 16 6 – 8 pm

Communications For a complete listing see page 60.

MANAGEMENT STUdIES CERTIFICATE ANd dIPLOMA

Diploma – 10 courses, 30 credits plus 30 credits from certificate, total 60 credits

Call 780-497-4600, email ptbusiness@macewan.ca or visit www.MacEwan.ca/ management for information. Call 780-497-5000 to register.

MGMT 221 - Organizational Theory

Management Studies courses are available evenings, Saturdays and online for part-time learners. The program focuses on industry-relevant courses in general management, business communication skills, organizational behaviour, marketing, accounting, budgeting, finance, human resources management and computing. Two credentials are offered: a 10-course certificate and a 20-course diploma. Diploma graduates of the Management Studies program are halfway to earning a Bachelor of Commerce Degree! Check with a Bachelor of Commerce program advisor about block transferring your credits and earning a degree in two years! Courses may be transferable to other institutions for those wishing to pursue degree completion.

Certificate – 10 Courses, 30 Credits MGMT 111 – Financial Math MGMT 121 – Principles of Management MGMT 122 – Organizational Behaviour MGMT 131 – Marketing ACCT 111 – Financial Accounting I ACCT 218 – Management Accounting I ENGL 111 – Communications MCSP 131 – Business Computing ECON 101 – Microeconomics LEGL 210 – Business Law

HRMT 200 - Management of Human Resources* MGMT 211 - Business Finance MGMT 231 - Sales MGMT 223 - Supervision MGMT 260 - Strategic Management** MGMT 261 - Integrated Management ** And three, three-credit business options or electives* The Management Studies program has made several changes to the program of study: *HRMT 200 – Management of Human Resources replaces HRMT 180 – Human Resources Management. **MGMT 260 – Strategic Management and MGMT 261 – Integrated Management replace MGMT 241 – Business Policy and Practice. One elective has been dropped from the program. Students accepted into the program prior to July 1, 2007 may complete the program under the old program requirements (using MGMT 241 and three electives) but must complete all diploma requirements by December 31, 2010. ***Students accepted into the Management Studies Program as of fall 2009 do not require MGMT 242 – Business Fieldwork. These students require three, three-credit electives. Students accepted into the MGMT studies program prior to Fall 2009 still require MGMT 242 – Business Fieldwork and two, three-credit electives.

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Financial Accounting I

Principles of Management

Organizational Behaviour

$594, text extra, 3 credits*

$594 plus $12 + gst material fee, text extra, 3 credits*

$594 plus $15 + gst material fee, text extra, 3 credits*

MgMt 121 (730) . . . . . . . ccc T, Sep 7 – Dec 14, 6 – 9 pm

MgMt 122 (730) . . . . . . ccc Th, Sep 9 – Dec 16, 6 – 9 pm

Online Format in Partnership with eCampus Alberta and SAIT

acct 111 (758) . . . . . . . Msc T, Sep 7 – Dec 14, 6 – 9 pm

MgMt 121 (734) . . . . . . ccc T, Sep 7 – Dec 14, 6 – 9 pm

MgMt 122 (731) . . . . . . ccc M, Jan 10 – Apr 18, 6 – 9:30 pm

MgMt 121 (738) . . . . . . . Msc W, Sep 8 – Dec 15, 6 – 9:15 pm

MgMt 122 (739) . . . . . . . Msc W, Jan 12 – Apr 20, 6 – 9:15 pm

MgMt 121 (731) . . . . . . . ccc W, Jan 12 – Apr 20, 6 – 9:15 pm

MgMt 122 (1000) . . . . online Sep 13 – Dec 17

MgMt 121 (1000) . . . . online Sep 13 – Dec 17

MgMt 122 (1100) . . . . online Jan 10 – Apr 21

MacEwan’s Management Studies courses are available in an online format. When combined with offerings from SAIT via eCampus Alberta, these online courses offer an alternative method to complete a Management Studies diploma. Please note: These are not selfpaced courses. They have definite start and end dates, and defined dates for the completion of quizzes, exams, projects, reports or other related course work. Information regarding the online courses offered in fall 2010 and winter 2011 is included with the course listings below. For hardware and software requirements to take these courses online, please email ptbusiness@macewan.ca or call 780-497-4600. Please note: an additional $25 eCampusAlberta technology fee is charged for the online sections listed; however, no material fees are charged.

Common Abbreviations Campus Locations CCC: City Centre Campus CFAC: Centre for the Arts and Communications MSC: South Campus ACC: Alberta College Campus

Days of the Week M – Monday T – Tuesday W – Wednesday Th – Thursday F – Friday S – Saturday Su – Sunday

acct 111 (750) . . . . . . . ccc Th, Sep 9 – Dec 16, 6 – 9:15 pm acct 111 (752) . . . . . . . ccc W, Sep 8 – Dec 15, 6 – 9 pm

acct 111 (751) . . . . . . . ccc W, Jan 12 – Apr 20, 6 – 9:15 pm acct 111 (759) . . . . . . . Msc Th, Jan 6 – Apr 21, 6 – 9:15 pm acct 111 (1000) . . . . . online Sep 13 – Dec 17 acct 111 (1100) . . . . . online Jan 10 – Apr 21

MgMt 121 (1100) . . . . online Jan 10 – Apr 21

Management Accounting I Prerequisite(s) apply. $594, text extra, 3 credits* acct 218 (750) . . . . . . . ccc W, Sep 8 – Dec 15, 6 – 9:15 pm acct 218 (751) . . . . . . . ccc T, Jan 11 – Apr 19, 6 – 9 pm acct 218 (759) . . . . . . . Msc T, Jan 11 – Apr 19, 6 – 9:15 pm acct 218 (1000) . . . . . online Sep 13 – Dec 17 acct 218 (1100) . . . . . online Jan 10 – Apr 21

Financial Math $594, text extra, 3 credits* MgMt 111 (730) . . . . . . ccc W, Sep 8 – Dec 15, 6 – 9 pm MgMt 111 (731) . . . . . . ccc T, Jan 11 – Apr 19, 6 – 9:15 pm MgMt 111 (1000) . . . . online Sep 13 – Dec 17 MgMt 111 (1100) . . . . online Jan 10 – Apr 21

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A maximum of three courses may be taken by part-time students without completing program entrance requirements. Students must complete all entrance requirements and be accepted into the program before additional courses can be taken.

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Marketing $594 plus $12 + gst material fee, text extra, 3 credits*

Business Computing $594 plus $15 + gst material fee, text extra, 3 credits*

MgMt 131 (730) . . . . . . . ccc Th, Sep 9 – Dec 16, 6 – 9:15 pm

Mcsp 131 (550) . . . . . . . ccc T, Sep 7 – Dec 14, 6 – 9 pm

MgMt 131 (731) . . . . . . . ccc Th, Jan 6 – Apr 21, 6 – 9 pm

Mcsp 131 (552) . . . . . . ccc S, Sep 11 – Dec 11 9 am – 12:30 pm

MgMt 131 (1000) . . . . online Sep 13 – Dec 17 MgMt 131 (1100) . . . . online Jan 10 – Apr 21

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Mcsp 131 (558) . . . . . . . Msc Th, Sep 9 – Dec 16 6 – 9:15 pm Mcsp 131 (551) . . . . . . . ccc T, Jan 11 – Apr 19 6 – 9:15 pm Mcsp 131 (553) . . . . . . . ccc Th, Jan 6 – Apr 21 6 – 9 pm Mcsp 131 (559) . . . . . . . Msc W, Jan 12 – Apr 20 6 – 9:15 pm

The following sections of MCSP 131 are offered in an online format. Students wishing to take this section must have the necessary hardware, Microsoft Office 2007 and an established account with an Internet service. Mcsp 131 (1000) . . . . . online Sep 13 – Dec 17 Mcsp 131 (1001) . . . . . online Nov 2 – Feb 16 Mcsp 131 (1100) . . . . . online Jan 10 – Apr 21 Mcsp 131 (1101) . . . . . online Feb 2 – May 20

Communications Please refer to page 60 of this guide for more information.

Business Law I (formerly LEGL 105) $594 plus $5 + gst material fee, text extra, 3 credits* legl 210 (550) . . . . . . . . ccc Th, Sep 9 – Dec 16, 6 – 9 pm legl 210 (555) . . . . . . . . Msc W, Sep 8 – Dec 15, 6 – 9 pm legl 210 (551) . . . . . . . . ccc Th, Jan 6 – Apr 21, 6 – 9 pm legl 210 (556) . . . . . . . . Msc T, Jan 11 – Apr 19, 6 – 9 pm

Note: Students wishing to take this course in an online format should take SAIT’s BLAW 200.

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Management of Human Resources Prerequisite(s) apply. $594, text extra, 3 credits*

Sales $594, text extra, 3 credits* MgMt 231 (731) . . . . . . . ccc M, Jan 10 – Apr 18 6 – 9:30 pm MgMt 231 (1000) . . . . . online Sep 13 – Dec 17

hRMt 200 (731) . . . . . . . ccc T, Jan 11 – Apr 19, 6 – 9:15 pm

MgMt 231 (1100) . . . . . online Jan 10 – Apr 21

Business Finance

Strategic Management

Prerequisite(s) apply. $594, text extra, 3 credits* MgMt 211 (730) . . . . . . . ccc W, Sep 8 – Dec 15, 6 – 9 pm

Note: Students wishing to take this course in an online format should take SAIT’s BFIN 339 – Financial Management.

Organizational Theory Prerequisite(s) apply.

Prerequisite(s) apply. $594, text extra, 3 credits* MgMt 260 (730) . . . . . . . ccc T, Sep 7 – Dec 14 6 – 9 pm MgMt 260 (1000) . . . . . online Sep 13 – Dec 17 6 – 9 pm

Integrated Management Practice

$594 plus $10 + gst material fee, text extra, 3 credits*

Prerequisite(s) apply.

MgMt 221 (730) . . . . . . . ccc T, Sep 7 – Dec 14, 6 – 9 pm

MgMt 261 (731) . . . . . . . ccc Th, Jan 6 – Apr 21 6 – 9 pm

Note: Students enrolled in the online section will need access to a webcam and microphone. MgMt 221 (1000) . . . . . online Sep 13 – Dec 17

PUBLIC RELATIONS dIPLOMA For information on part-time study call 780-497-5389, email prprogram@macewan.ca, or visit our website at www.MacEwan.ca/pr. Call 780-497-5000 to register.

The Public Relations diploma program is a unique opportunity for people with previous postsecondary education to ready themselves for this exciting new career. It also provides specialized training for those already working in the profession. The program has both full-time and part-time study options, allowing greater flexibility for those juggling school work with other lifestyle responsibilities. Students are permitted to complete up to six credits (two courses) on a casual/part-time basis, after which they are required to officially apply to the program.

All courses are offered in the evening from Tuesday to Thursday at the City Centre Campus. Start your diploma in September, January, or May.

Public Relations Fundamentals and Practice $594 plus $15 materials fee, text extra, 3 credits* pRel 230 (550). . . . . . . . ccc T, Sep 7 – Dec 14 6 – 9 pm pRel 230 (551). . . . . . . . ccc T, Jan 11 – Apr 19 6 – 9 pm

Writing and Editing** $594 plus $15 materials fee, text extra, 3 credits* pRel 231 (550). . . . . . . . ccc Th, Sep 9 – Dec 16 6 – 9 pm

$594, text extra, 3 credits*

OFFERED IN SPRING/SUMMER 201 1 (TENTATIvE) ACCT 111 – Financial Accounting I

Supervision

ENGL 111 – Communications

Prerequisite(s) apply.

MCSP 131 – Business Computing

$594 plus $12 + gst material fee, text extra, 3 credits*

MGMT 121 – Principles of Management

MgMt 223 (731) . . . . . . . ccc T, Jan 11 – Apr 19, 6 – 9:15 pm

MGMT 122 – Organizational Behaviour

Note: Students enrolled in the online section will need access to a webcam and microphone.

MGMT 223 – Supervision

MgMt 223 (1100) . . . . . online Jan 10 – Apr 21

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Media Relations and Mass Media $594 plus $15 materials fee, text extra, 3 credits * pRel 233 (550). . . . . . . . ccc W, Sep 8 – Dec 15 6 – 9 pm

Digital Publishing I** $594 plus $15 materials fee, text extra, 3 credits * pRel 234 (550). . . . . . . . ccc W, Sep 8 – Dec 15 6 – 9 pm

Integrated Marketing Communications $594 plus $15 materials fee, text extra, 3 credits* pRel 240 (550). . . . . . . . ccc W, Jan 5 – Apr 20 6 – 9 pm

Writing for PR Prerequisite(s) apply. $594 plus $15 materials fee, text extra, 3 credits* pRel 241 (550). . . . . . . . ccc Th, Jan 6 – Apr 21 6 – 9 pm

Digital Publishing II**

Communications Research and Planning Prerequisite(s) apply. $594 plus $15 materials fee, text extra, 3 credits* pRel 245 (550). . . . . . . . ccc Th, Jan 6 – Apr 21 6 – 9 pm

**If you are considering registering in PREL 231, PREL 234 or PREL 244 and are not a program student, we recommend you first contact Kirsten Milner (Program Advisor) at 780-497-5389. A new program of study is being implemented in the 2010-2011 academic year. PREL 231 and PREL 234 will not be part of the program of study for people who are accepted as of fall 2010.

Registration Made Easy! You can register and pay online using your VISA or MasterCard. Or you can fill out the registration form at the back of this guide and fax it to 780-497-5001. It’s as simple as that!

Prerequisite(s) apply. $594 plus $15 materials fee, text extra, 3 credits* pRel 244 (550). . . . . . . . ccc W, Jan 5 – Apr 20 6 – 9 pm

When registering, please confirm course dates, times, location and fees with our Information Registration Assistants.

Sign up early to save your seat in class! Early registration helps ensure classes are able to run as scheduled and avoid cancellation.

A note about Prerequisites Admission to some courses may require the completion of one or more prerequisites. It is the responsibility of the student to ensure that they meet the prerequisites for a course. Credit courses Prerequisites for credit courses can be found in the course listings of the Academic Calendar, available as a PDF online at www.MacEwan.ca/ calendar, or by contacting the program.

Need information on transferring courses between institutions? Please refer to the Online Alberta Transfer Guide (OATG) outlining the transfer arrangements between MacEwan and other universities or contact the Office of the Registrar for further information. Check the website at www.acat.gov.ab.ca.

Noncredit courses Prerequisites for noncredit courses can be checked on the web at www.MacEwan. ca/continuinged, or by contacting the program. *see page 72 for additional fee information for credit courses.

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CERTIFICATES

Professional Development offerings * Note: Course dates are not listed in this publication. For dates, please check: www.MacEwan.ca/business/ce or call 780.497.5207

GROUP DISCOUNTS! If there will be more than three attending from one organization, please contact us at 780.497.5207 for special rates.

NEWLY UPDATED! Leadership Certificate

Managing Conflict in the Workplace Certificate

NEW! Masters Certificate in Business Analysis

Effective leaders create environments that challenge, motivate and energize their teams. Discover how you can take your career to the next level through MacEwan’s Leadership certificate. Develop fundamental strategic skills to help you lead and support organizational change, diverse teams, and coach a healthy organization. You will also acquire new tools to address the radical changes in the workplace and create an innovative, productive, challenged and re-energized workforce.

Are you looking for additional skills and

Business Analysts with effective skills in planning, communicating, eliciting, analyzing, validating, and managing user requirements are in demand. Advance your career and add value to your organization with this practical program that is aligned with the International Institute of Business Analysis (IIAB) Body of Knowledge. This program will help prepare you for the IIBA certification process, and upon graduation, you will be eligible to sit for the CBAP exam.

Take individual courses or all eight to receive a Leadership certificate of achievement. If you started this certificate under the former curriculum, call 780.497.5207. Courses: • You, the Leader • Strategic Leadership • Leading a Diverse Team • Leading Organization Change • Leading People Through Change • Creating a Positive Work Environment • Plus 2 electives from Supervisory or Short Courses and Seminars * Note: Register for all eight courses at once to receive a 15% discount.

partnership with the Canadian Institute for Conflict Resolution (CICR), this 45-hour program will give you the skills to assist in resolving and managing conflict in the workplace. Taught by skilled conflict practitioners and experienced adult trainers, you will learn practical strategies to deal with your own conflicts and the conflicts of others. For those interested in pursuing a career in mediation or further developing their conflict resolution skills, completion of this program will be credited as the first 40 hours of the Third Party Neutral Program (TPN 1) offered by the Canadian Institute for Conflict Resolution. The three core courses must be taken in order, with one elective taken any time:

Situations - Level 3 • Plus one of three selected electives

Performance Institute and Schulich Executive Education Centre, and intended for: • Business Analysts from all industries • Business Analysts and their Managers who are new to the role • Business Analysts who lack formal training • Business or IT professionals want to move into the Business Analyst role • Project Managers • Quality Assurance professionals • Product Managers You must register through: ph: 403.806.0664 or 1.888.574.3857 e: michael@developyourpeople.com www.developyourpeople.com

Clerical Skills Certificate of Achievement train to become a unit clerk or medical office assistant. You will learn general office skills like keyboarding, word processing, and medical terminology and procedures. Upon completing this certificate of achievement, you will be ready to be employed in medical office support and unit clerk positions.

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Project Management Certificate

NEW Format and Curriculum! Supervisory Certificate of Achievement

Every project comes with its own set of challenges, but the skills you need to manage each of them are the same: organizing and motivating the right team, delegating tasks, time and budget management, and strategic planning skills.

Supervisors play a pivotal role in any organization’s growth and success. Develop and enhance your supervisory abilities to engage your team, manage performance, make decisions, problem solve, handle conflict, deliver presentations, and understand legal responsibilities. Discover new and practical strategies you can adopt immediately to effectively supervise and manage others in

MacEwan, a Registered Education Provider with the globally recognized Project Management Institute (PMI), provides the education and training aligned with the PMI® Project Management Book of Knowledge (PMI PMBOK® Guide) and its seven knowledge areas. These classes are taught by certified Project Management Professionals (PMPs) who will help you develop practical, hands-on knowledge, strategies, and skills that can be immediately applied to managing or coordinating your projects through their full cycle. Take individual courses or all seven to receive

achievement. If you have started this certificate under the former curriculum, call 780.497.5207. * Note: Register for all five courses at once to receive a 15% discount. Courses: • Today’s Supervisor - the Motivating Coach • Getting Things Done • Effective Communication Skills • Building a Team • Making Decisions and Staying Organized

SUPERVISORY BOOTCAMP

Professional Development Units (PDUs) for all courses. * Note: Register for all seven courses at once to receive a 15% discount. Courses: • The Basics of Project Management • Project Quality and Scope Management • Project Time and Cost Management Strategies • Project Communications and Human Resources Management • Project Procurement Management • Project Risk Management strategies • Project Close Out • PMP Exam Prep (optional) This certificate is for any industry: • Project team members • Project sponsors, managers and leaders • PMO managers and staff • Individuals preparing to obtain the PMI Project Management Professional (PMP) designation

Need training in an array of supervisory skills but don’t have the time to take the courses within the Supervisory is for you! It’s two quick but intense days of learning important supervisory skills that you can apply immediately. It is strongly recommended to take the regularly scheduled Supervisory certificate courses to receive in-depth training in a particular area.

NEW! Management Development Certificate Complete any 10 courses from the Supervisory, Leadership, Short Courses and Seminars or Small Business Series and receive a Management Development certificate!

SMALL BUSINESS SERIES Starting your own business? Need help running an existing business? MacEwan’s Small Business series provides practical and specific information on successfully starting a small business or increasing the profitability of your current business. These courses will provide you with the skills necessary to start and operate a small business/entrepreneurial venture. They lay the groundwork for building a successful enterprise by providing you with both vital knowledge and practical skills.

COMPUTER TRAINING CENTRE (CTC) www.MacEwan.ca/ctc

No matter what your computer skill level, MacEwan Business Continuing Education has a computer applications, Project Management software training, Accounting and bookkeeping applications, presentation software, and desktop publishing courses. Course dates are not listed in this publication, please call 780.497.5207 for more information or go to www.MacEwan.ca/business/ce. To register, call 780.497.5000.

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Short Courses and Seminars Sharpen your skills and abilities to improve your productivity, cope more effectively with workplace challenges, and acquire new responsibilities to enhance your career. Our seminars and short courses will help you to remain current with the demands of your industry and gain practical knowledge to move up the corporate ladder. All courses are short term, delivering practical, hands-on tools and strategies you can apply immediately to your workplace to help you become more effective in achieving the goals in your current role or future aspirations. Courses: • The Basics of Project Management • Business Analysis Fundamentals • Business Writing Techniques • Crucial Conversations • Harness the Power of Motivation • Making the Best of Email • Presentation Skills • Social Media Technology • Stress Management • Marketing - Levers that Work • Time Management and Priority Planning • Wealth Building

NEW! Business Analysis Fundamentals Business Analysts with effective skills in planning, communicating, eliciting, validating, and managing user requirements are in demand. MacEwan, in affiliation with the Learning and Performance Institute, is pleased to offer a three-day introduction to Business Analysis course for new or experienced Business Analysts. Explore what Business Analysis is, and the skills required to help you become a proficient Business Analyst. Learn about the IIBA (International Institute for Business Analysis®), the BABOK (Business Analysis Body of Knowledge®), and develop best practices for discovering, defining and documenting the TO-BE. This course will provide an excellent foundation for those new to the BA role, and for those interested in completing the Masters Certificate in Business Analysis program. Call 403.806.0664 or email Michael@developyourpeople.com or visit the website at: www.developyourpeople.com/open/ business-analysis/short-courses/ business-analysis-fundamentals for more information. To register visit the website or call 1.888.574.3857.

NEW! Crucial Conversations

NEW! Social Media Technology

Is avoiding face-to-face accountability keeping you from getting the results you need? Whatever the issue — from poor performance or unrealistic expectations to lack of teamwork or strained relationships — it is likely that you’re experiencing the effects of a crucial confrontation that’s either avoided or managed poorly. Offered in partnership with LeadershipSmarts, MacEwan Business Continuing Education is offering a two-day, practical hands-on workshop to help you develop your skills in identifying crucial conversation moments, and your ability to guide and influence a positive direction and outcome. To register visit www.leadershipsmarts.ca

Capture new opportunities for your business, brand and career with effective utilization of social web technologies. Explore the range of social media technologies and emerging trends, and gain insight into using applications like Facebook, LinkedIn, Twitter, YouTube and blog sites. Develop web deployment strategies that will help you achieve maximum impact in managing your organization’s image, brand and reputation.

REGISTER EARLY! Guarantee your space in class by registering today. Call 780.497.5207 for more information or go to www.MacEwan.ca/business/ce.

PROFESSIONAL ACCREDITATION NEW! Strategic Supply Chain Management Leadership Program (C.P.P.) Launch or accelerate your career in supply chain management with the most sought-after achievement in the supply chain management industry – the C.P.P. designation. Offered in partnership with the Alberta Institute of Purchasing Management Association of Canada (AIPMAC), you may now complete this accreditation program at MacEwan. Develop innovative strategic leadership abilities to meet the evolving needs of the marketplace, customer expectations, and employer demands. Program requirement: You must have completed a business degree or diploma at a Canadian university, college or technical institute and be enrolled as a member with AIPMAC.

NEW! Canadian Institute of Traffic and Transportation (CITT) The CITT designation is Canada’s most widely respected credential in the logistics and supprofessional certification, employers consistently ask for the CITT designation for logisticians running their supply chain. The CITT program of study, offered in partnership with MacEwan, is focused on developing research and analytical skills needed for you to see the big picture and make sound business decisions based on your integrated logistics thinking. Learn the theory, develop the practical skills and training, and acquire the diverse knowledge that is crucial to meet and exceed the challenges of today’s marketplace.

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PROFESSIONAL ACCREDITATION

Mortgage Associates Program

Canadian Investment Funds Course (CIFC)

MacEwan has partnered with the Alberta Mortgage Brokers Association (AMBA), to offer the Practice Course and Provincial Qualifying Exam (PQE) that is the second phase of the Mortage Associates Program.

Offered in partnership with the Investment Funds Institute of Canada (IFIC), through integrated case studies you will learn the process to follow to provide a mutual funds solution to your client’s investment objectives. Successful completion will allow you to apply for registration as a mutual funds salesperson.

The Practice Course provides the technical skills that the mortgage associate needs on a day-to-day basis to effectively operate their business and arrange mortgage financing for the consumer.

Canadian Securities Course (CSC) The Canadian Securities Course (CSC) is Canada’s most recognized and respected investment course and meets the educational requirements for licensing for mutual fund representatives and for licensing to sell securities in Canada. This is the complete Canadian Securities Course covering material for Exams I and II. Contact CSI directly for exam writing arrangements.

Upon completion, you will be eligible to write the Real Estate Council of Alberta’s (RECA) Provincial Qualifying Examination (PQE) - with RECA’s 70 per cent attendance requirement in addition to AMBA’s prerequisite requirements. To successfully complete the Mortgage Associates program, you must achieve a minimum of 70 per cent on the exam.

IMPORTANT: You MUST be actively enrolled with the Canadian Securities Institute. For CSI enrollment information, check: www.csi.ca, p: 1.866.866.2601

Certified Financial Planner (CFP) Exam Tutorial In partnership with The Financial Facilitators Inc, MacEwan offers a 49-hour CFP exam tutorial that includes nine hours of mock exams, plus over 1,600 pages of study notes.

Prerequisites for the Practice Course: Successful completion of the Foundations Course and its PQE as administerd by RECA.

For information on the CFP Designation and the Proficiency Exam, please contact: Financial Planners Standards Council of Canada (FPSCC) at www.cfp-ca.org, p: 416.593.8587 e: inform@cfp-ca.org

NEW! Certified Financial Analyst (CFA) The CFA® designation is one of the most respected, rigorous and rewarding credentials in the global finance community, providing a competitive advantage for employment opportunities. In partnership with Kaplan Schweser, MacEwan is offering an in-class program to prepare students for the CFA Level 1 exam. Based on the Candidate’s Book of Knowledge (CBOK), CFA instructors will help you understand the investment profession’s theory and practice, and develop your ability to apply the knowledge and skills immediately.

* Note: Course dates are not listed in this publication. For dates, please check: www.MacEwan.ca/business/ce or call 780.497.5207

Level 1 - Candidates will concentrate on the tools and concepts related to investment valuation, portfolio management, financial reporting, as well as an overview of how these processes fit within the guidelines of the CFA Institute Code of Ethics and Standards of Professional Conduct.

ONLINE LEARNING www.MacEwan.ca/business/ce and select ‘Non-Credit Online’ from the menu bar Need a little skill boost? Through a partnership with ed2go, MacEwan offers hundreds of short courses online, so you can learn anytime you can plug into the Internet. This wide range of interactive, low cost, instructor-led courses includes business and management courses accounting, supervisory, selling, project management, marketing and more … • computer applications/programming • grant writing

• web design • writing and publishing • personal development

• start your own business

Courses last six to eight weeks and are composed of 12 lessons representing 24 hours of instruction. A new lesson is available each Wednesday and Friday. You have two weeks following the release date to complete each lesson. Prices vary from $129 to $249. * PLEASE NOTE: no academic credits are awarded for these courses.

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Percussive Dance (13 – 16 years)

Call 780-497-4301 or email shantzd3@macewan.ca for more information. Call 780-497-5000 to register.

dnce 0178 (550) . . . . . cFac S, Sep 25 – Oct 30 Noon – 2 pm

Guitar Basics (12+ years) $150, noncredit Musc 0288 (550) . . . . . cFac M, Sep 20 – Nov 15, 6 – 7:30 pm

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Musc 0288 (576) . . . . . cFac M, Feb 7 – Apr 4, 6 –7:30 pm

Children’s Dance (2 years) $95, noncredit dnce 0200 (650) . . . . . cFac S, Sep 25 – Nov 20 9:30 – 10 am dnce 0200 (651) . . . . . cFac S, Sep 25 – Nov 20 10 – 10:30 am dnce 0200 (652) . . . . . cFac S, Jan 22 – Mar 19 9:30 – 10 am dnce 0200 (653) . . . . . cFac S, Jan 22 – Mar 19 10 – 10:30 am

Children’s Dance (3 years) $199, noncredit dnce 0191 (650) . . . . . cFac S, Sep 11 – Dec 11 and S, Jan 15 – Apr 16 10:30 – 11 am

Children’s Dance (4 – 5 years) $255, noncredit

$110, noncredit

dnce 0178 (576) . . . . . cFac S, Jan 8 – Feb 5 Noon – 2 pm

Hip Hop Dance (13 – 16 years) $145, noncredit dnce 0164 (552) . . . . . cFac S, Sep 25 – Dec 4 3:30 – 5 pm dnce 0164 (578) . . . . . cFac S, Jan 15 – Mar 26 3:30 – 5 pm

Theatrical Contemporary Dance (13 – 17 years)

Painting – Mixed Media (8 – 9 years) $195, some supplies included, noncredit aRte 0210 (577) . . . . . cFac S, Jan 22 – Mar 19 9:30 am – noon

NEW! Drawing (10 – 12 years) $185, some supplies included, noncredit aRte 0200 (552) . . . . . cFac S, Sep 25 – Nov 20 9:30 am – noon

Painting (10 – 12 years) $185, some supplies included, noncredit

$160, noncredit

aRte 0210 (578) . . . . . cFac S, Jan 22 – Mar 19 9:30 am – noon

dnce 0171 (550) . . . . . cFac S, Nov 6 – Dec 4 1 – 4 pm

Drawing Studio (13 – 17 years)

dnce 0171 (576) . . . . . cFac S, Feb 12 – Mar 19 1 – 4 pm

NEW! Digital Illustration (14 – 17 years) $245, some supplies included, noncredit vcdF 0151 (550) . . . . . cFac S, Sep 25 – Nov 20 1 – 3:30 pm vcdF 0151 (576) . . . . . cFac S, Jan 22 – Mar 19 1 – 3:30 pm

$189, some supplies included, noncredit aRte 0200 (550) . . . . . cFac S, Sep 25 – Nov 20 1 – 4 pm

Painting Studio (13 – 17 years) $195, some supplies included, noncredit aRte 0210 (576) . . . . . cFac S, Jan 22 – Mar 19 1 – 4 pm

Photography (13 – 17 years)

dnce 0192 (650) . . . . . cFac S, Sep 11 – Dec 11 and S, Jan 15 – Apr 16 11:15 am – noon

NEW! Drawing – Mixed Media (8 – 9 years)

Children’s Dance (6 – 7 years)

$195, some supplies included, noncredit

vcph 0150 (550) . . . . . cFac S, Sep 25 – Nov 20 1 – 4 pm

aRte 0200 (551) . . . . . cFac S, Sep 25 – Nov 20 9:30 am – noon

vcph 0150 (576) . . . . . cFac S, Jan 22 – Mar 19 1 – 4 pm

$295, noncredit dnce 0194 (650) . . . . . cFac S, Sep 11 – Dec 11 and S, Jan 15 – Apr 16 Noon – 1 pm

Required: digital camera with manual controls. $195, noncredit

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COMMUNICATIONS

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BACHELOR OF APPLIEd COMMUNICATIONS IN PROFESSIONAL WRITING

MacEwan’s Bachelor of Applied Communications in Professional Writing prepares students for a career working with words. Creative, well-rounded communications professionals are in high demand for business, government, nonprofit, and educational fields, in print and online. They write winning ad copy, rousing speeches, and compelling feature stories. They craft messages that inform, influence, inspire, and entertain. If you dream of writing or editing, the Professional Writing program is the place for you. Although the program is full-time, you may test drive the writing courses as a continuing education student. You can take courses on campus or online through eCampusAlberta. If you like it and decide to apply to the program, you can bring any credits you earn with you. Free information events are hosted throughout the year. For more information about the program, call us for a detailed brochure or visit our website at www.MacEwan.ca/prowrite.

Foundations of Composition Prerequisite(s) apply.

Distilled Prose: Writing Very Short Non-Fiction

Research for Writers II: Primary Research

Prerequisite(s) apply.

Prerequisite(s) apply.

$594, text extra, 3 credits*

$594, plus $25 e-tech fee, text, study guide, and webcam extra, 3 credits*

pRoW 102 (570) . . . . . . cFac M, Sep 13 – Dec 13 6 – 9 pm $594, plus $25 e-tech fee, text, study guide, and webcam extra, 3 credits*

Proofreading and Copyediting

pRoW 102 (1600) . . . . . online Jan 10 – Apr 21

Prerequisite(s) apply.

Introductory Rhetoric

pRoW 135 (570) . . . . . . . ccc Th, Sep 9 – Dec 16 6 – 9 pm

Prerequisite(s) apply. $594, text extra, 3 credits* pRoW 104 (570) . . . . . . . ccc W, Sep 8 – Dec 15 6 – 9 pm $594, plus $25 e-tech fee, text, study guide, and webcam extra, 3 credits* pRoW 104 (1600) . . . . . online Jan 10 – Apr 21

$594, text extra, 3 credits*

$594, plus $25 e-tech fee, text, study guide, and webcam extra, 3 credits* pRoW 135 (1600) . . . . . online Jan 10 – Apr 21

Project Leadership Prerequisite(s) apply.

Research Skills for Writers

$594, plus $25 e-tech fee, text, study guide, and webcam extra, 3 credits*

$594, plus $25 e-tech fee, text, study guide, and webcam extra, 3 credits*

pRoW 140 (1600) . . . . . online Jan 10 – Apr 21

pRoW 115 (1500) . . . . . online Sep 7– Dec 17

Advanced Composition

Mac Skills for Writers

Prerequisite(s) apply.

$594, plus $25 e-tech fee, text, study guide, and webcam extra, 3 credits* pRoW 117 (1500) . . . . . online Sep 7 – Dec 17

$594, plus $25 e-tech fee, text, study guide, and webcam extra, 3 credits*

$594, $20 material fee plus gst, $15 special fee, text extra, 3 credits*

pRoW 100 (1500) . . . . . online Sep 7 – Dec 17

pRoW 117 (596) . . . . . . cFac Th, Jan 6 – Apr 21 6 – 9 pm

pRoW 100 (570) . . . . . . . ccc T, Sep 7 – Dec 14 6 – 9 pm

pRoW 118 (1600) . . . . . online Jan 10 – Apr 21

$594, plus $25 e-tech fee, text, study guide, and webcam extra, 3 credits* pRoW 200 (1500) . . . . . online Sep 7– Dec 17

Legal Issues for Writers Prerequisite(s) apply. $594, plus $25 e-tech fee, text, study guide, and webcam extra, 3 credits* pRoW 205 (1500) . . . . . online Sep 7 – Dec 17

pRoW 100 (596) . . . . . . . ccc T, Jan 11 – Apr 19 6 – 9 pm

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Prerequisite(s) apply. $594, plus $25 e-tech fee, text, study guide, and webcam extra, 3 credits* pRoW 224 (1500) . . . . . online Sep 7 – Dec 17

Applied Rhetoric Prerequisite(s) apply. $594, plus $25 e-tech fee, text, study guide, and webcam extra, 3 credits* pRoW 206 (1600) . . . . . online Jan 10 – Apr 21

Basic HTML for Writers

Technical Writing II – Writing About Computers

Prerequisite(s) apply.

Prerequisite(s) apply.

$594, text extra, 3 credits*

$594, plus $25 e-tech fee, text, study guide, and webcam extra, 3 credits*

pRoW 230 (570) . . . . . . cFac Th, Sep 9 – Dec 16 6 – 9 pm

Professional Prose I Prerequisite(s) apply. $594, plus $25 e-tech fee, text, study guide, and webcam extra, 3 credits* pRoW 250 (1500) . . . . . online Sep 7 – Dec 17

Professional Prose II

pRoW 226 (1600) . . . . . online Jan 10 – Apr 21

Technical Writing III – ISO and Safety Specifications Prerequisite(s) apply. $594, plus $25 e-tech fee, text, study guide, and webcam extra, 3 credits* pRoW 228 (1600) . . . . . online Jan 10 – Apr 21

Prerequisite(s) apply.

Applied Editing

$594, plus $25 e-tech fee, text, study guide, and webcam extra, 3 credits*

Prerequisite(s) apply.

pRoW 252 (1600) . . . . . online Jan 10 – Apr 21

Writing for the Ear Prerequisite(s) apply. $594, plus $25 e-tech fee, text, study guide, and webcam extra, 3 credits* pRoW 204 (1600) . . . . . online Jan 10 – Apr 21 $594, text extra, 3 credits* pRoW 204 (596) . . . . . . . ccc M, Jan 10 – Apr 18 6 – 9 pm

$594, plus $25 e-tech fee, text, study guide, and webcam extra, 3 credits* pRoW 235 (1600) . . . . . online Jan 10 – Apr 21

Writing for the Web

Popular Culture in Professional Communications

Technical Writing IV – Government/Human Resources

Prerequisite(s) apply.

Prerequisite(s) apply.

$879, plus $25 e-tech fee, text, study guide, and webcam extra, 6 credits*

$594, plus $25 e-tech fee, text, study guide, and webcam extra, 3 credits*

pRoW 304 (1500X and y) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . online Sep 7 – Apr 21

pRoW 318 (1500) . . . . . online Sep 7 – Dec 17

Psychology of Creativity

Technical Writing V – Instructional Design

Prerequisite(s) apply.

Prerequisite(s) apply.

$594 plus $25 e-tech fee, text, study guide, and webcam extra, 3 credits*

$879, plus $25 e-tech fee, text, study guide, and webcam extra, 6 credits*

pRoW 306 (1500) . . . . . online Sep 7 – Dec 17

pRoW 319 (1500X and y) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . online Sep 7 – Apr 21

$594, $15 material fee plus gst, text extra, 3 credits* pRoW 306 (596) . . . . . . . ccc Th, Jan 6 – Apr 21 6 – 9 pm

Screenwriting I Prerequisite(s) apply. $594, plus $25 e-tech fee, text, study guide, and webcam extra, 3 credits* pRoW 308 (1600) . . . . . online Jan 10 – Apr 21

Creative Non-Fiction Prerequisite(s) apply.

Publishing Poetry Prerequisite(s) apply. $594, $50 material fee plus gst, text extra, 3 credits* pRoW 329 (596) . . . . . . cFac W, Jan 5 – Apr 20 6 – 9 pm

THE MacEwan WRITING WORKS Call 780-497-5346 for information. Call 780-497-5000 to register. visit our website at www.MacEwan.ca/writingworks.

Prerequisite(s) apply.

$879, plus $25 e-tech fee, text, study guide, and webcam extra, 6 credits*

BUSINESS COMMUNICATION

$594, plus $25 e-tech fee, text, study guide, and webcam extra, 3 credits*

pRoW 310 (1500X and y) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . online Sep 7 – Apr 21

Creativity in a Corporate World

pRoW 302 (1500) . . . . . online Sep 7– Dec 17

Magazine Writing

WRit 0199 (570) . . . . . . . ccc S, Nov 20, 27 – Dec 4 10 am – 4 pm

Prerequisite(s) apply. $594, plus $25 e-tech fee, text, study guide, and webcam extra, 3 credits* pRoW 316 (1600) . . . . . online Jan 10 – Apr 21

$174, noncredit

Marketing Your Writing $154, noncredit WRit 0218 (570) . . . . . . . ccc S, Mar 19 10 am – 4 pm

COMMUNICATIONS • COMMUNICATIONS • COMMUNICATIONS • COMMUNICATIONS • COMMUNICATIONS • COMMUNICATIONS • COMMUNICATIONS

Introducing Technical Writing

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Polish your Prose. Master Writing that Works! Expand your skills in business communication, creative or freelance writing or brush up on your grammar with MacEwan Writing Works non-credit courses. Many of the courses are offered on the weekends or evenings. Please see pages 25 - 27 for course dates and times.

For more information: www.MacEwan.ca/WritingWorks 780.497.5346

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$154, including handbook, noncredit

CREATIvE WRITING Blog Your Book $154, noncredit

WRit 0100 (570) . . . . . . . ccc F, Oct 22 9 am – 4 pm

WRit 0248 (570) . . . . . . . ccc S, Nov 20 9 am – 4 pm

WRit 0100 (570) . . . . . . . ccc F, Feb 4 9 am – 4 pm

Writing Fantasy for Fun and Profit

Writing Strong Advertising Copy

WRit 0229 (570) . . . . . . . ccc W, Sep 22 – Nov 3 6:30 – 9 pm

$154, noncredit

$174, noncredit

WRit 0237 (570) . . . . . . . ccc S, Apr 9 9 am – 4 pm

Writing Humour: The Business of Funny

Writing for the Web

WRit 0136 (570) . . . . . . . ccc T, Nov 9 – 30 6:30 – 9 pm

$154, noncredit WRit 0209 (570) . . . . . . . ccc S, Oct 30 9 am – 4 pm

FREELANCE WRITING The Basics of Editing $174, noncredit WRit 0141 (570) . . . . . . . ccc S, Oct 16 – 23 9 am – 4 pm

Copyediting $194, noncredit WRit 0142 (570) . . . . . . . ccc S, Mar 5, 12 – 19 10 am – 4 pm

Eat Your Words $174, noncredit WRit 0155 (570) . . . . . . . ccc S, Nov 6 – 13 9 am – 4 pm

Travelling With My Pen $154, noncredit WRit 0151 (570) . . . . . . . ccc S, Mar 26 – Apr 16 9 am – noon

$144, noncredit

Games Writers Play $154, noncredit WRit 0236 (570) . . . . . . . ccc W, Jan 26 – Mar 2 6:30 – 9 pm

Your Book – Get it Written, Get it Published! $144, noncredit WRit 0147 (570) . . . . . . . ccc S, Mar 5 9 am – 4 pm

Writing Science Fiction $144, noncredit WRit 0231 (570) . . . . . . . ccc W, Mar 9 – Apr 13 6:30 – 9 pm

GRAMMAR AND COMPOSITION COURSES Grammar Essentials $214, plus text, noncredit WRit 0160 (570) . . . . . . . ccc Th, Sep 16 – Nov 4 6:30 – 9 pm WRit 0160 (570) . . . . . . . ccc Th, Jan 27 – Mar 17 6:30 – 9 pm

A One-Day Grammar Refresher $154, noncredit WRit 0164 (570) . . . . . . . ccc F, Nov 19 9 am – 4 pm WRit 0164 (571) . . . . . . . ccc F, Dec 3 9 am – 4 pm

Common Abbreviations Campus Locations CCC: City Centre Campus CFAC: Centre for the Arts and Communications MSC: South Campus ACC: Alberta College Campus

Days of the Week M – Monday T – Tuesday W – Wednesday Th – Thursday F – Friday S – Saturday Su – Sunday

WRit 0261 (570) . . . . . . . ccc W, Sep 15 – Nov 3 6:30 – 9 pm

Our Commitment to You At MacEwan, we’re committed to providing you with a positive learning experience and welcome your feedback on our service. If you have suggestions or concerns regarding the course you are taking, please call the information telephone number listed for your course, or call the Office of the Registrar at 780-497-5000 and your call will be directed to the appropriate area.

WRit 0261 (570) . . . . . . . ccc W, Mar 9 – Apr 27 6:30 – 9 pm

Your feedback is important to us and to the future courses we offer.

WRit 0164 (570) . . . . . . . ccc F, Mar 11 9 am – 4 pm WRit 0164 (571) . . . . . . . ccc F, Mar 25 9 am – 4 pm

Composition Made Easy $174, noncredit

Income Tax Receipts You may be eligible for a tax receipt for some parttime courses. Please see “Income Tax Receipts” on page 70 to see if you qualify to receive a T2202A statement.

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COMMUNICATIONS • COMMUNICATIONS • COMMUNICATIONS • COMMUNICATIONS • COMMUNICATIONS • COMMUNICATIONS • COMMUNICATIONS

Plain Language for Business

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Adobe InDesign

Call 780-497-4364 or email philpb@macewan.ca for noncredit information. Call 780-497-5000 to register.

vcoM 0160 (550) . . . . . cFac W, Oct 6 – Nov 10 6:30 – 9:30 pm

Introductory Macintosh $225, noncredit vcoM 0154 (550) . . . . . cFac T, Oct 5 – 26 6:30 – 9:30 pm vcoM 0154 (576) . . . . . cFac T, Feb 1 – 22 6:30 – 9:30 pm

$315, noncredit

vcoM 0160 (551) . . . . . cFac S and Su, Sep 25 – 26 9 am – 5 pm vcoM 0160 (577) . . . . . cFac S and Su, Feb 5 – 6 9 am – 5 pm vcoM 0160 (576) . . . . . cFac W, Feb 2 – Mar 9 6:30 – 9:30 pm

Adobe Illustrator

Macintosh II

$315, noncredit

$225, noncredit

avdM 0170 (550) . . . . . cFac S and Su, Nov 20 – 21 9 am – 5 pm

vcoM 0354 (550) . . . . . cFac T, Nov 9 – 30 6:30 – 9:30 pm vcoM 0354 (576) . . . . . cFac T, Mar 1 – 22 6:30 – 9:30 pm

Adobe Photoshop $315, noncredit

COMPUTERS

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COMPUTERGRAPHICS

avdM 0165 (550) . . . . . cFac S and Su, Oct 23 – 24 9 am – 5 pm avdM 0165 (551) . . . . . cFac M, Sep 27 – Nov 8 6:30 – 9:30 pm

avdM 0170 (576) . . . . . cFac S and Su, Mar 5 – 6 9 am – 5 pm

Web Design and Development Level I $315, noncredit avdM 0163 (550) . . . . . cFac T and Th, Oct 5 – 21 6:30 – 9:30 pm avdM 0163 (576) . . . . . cFac T and Th, Feb 1 – 17 6:30 – 9:30 pm

avdM 0165 (576) . . . . . cFac M, Feb 7 – Mar 21 6:30 – 9:30 pm

Web Site Design and Development II

avdM 0165 (577) . . . . . cFac S and Su, Feb 12 – 13 9 am – 5 pm

avdM 0555 (550) . . . . . cFac T and Th, Oct 28 – Nov 18 6:30 – 9:30 pm

Web Design and Development Level III $350, noncredit avdM 0655 (550) . . . . . cFac T and Th, Nov 30 – Dec 16 6:30 – 9:30 pm avdM 0655 (576) . . . . . cFac T and Th, Apr 5 – 21 6:30 – 9:30 pm

Macromedia Dreamweaver MX $315, noncredit avdM 0161 (550) . . . . . cFac S and Su, Oct 18 – 19 9 am – 5 pm avdM 0161 (576) . . . . . cFac S and Su, Jan 22 – 23 9 am – 5 pm

Macromedia Flash $315, noncredit avdM 0162 (550) . . . . . cFac S and Su, Sep 18 – 19 9 am – 5 pm avdM 0162 (576) . . . . . cFac S and Su, Apr 9 – 10 9 am – 5 pm

Technology Fee All credit courses are subject to the technology fee ($2/credit). See page 73 for more information.

$350, noncredit

avdM 0555 (576) . . . . . cFac T and Th, Mar 1 – 17 6:30 – 9:30 pm

Please Note: Registration deadline for online courses is the day of the first class for both spring and summer, unless otherwise specified.

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Crime and Intelligence Analysis

For information on the Athabasca University program, please call Margo Young at 780-428-7277.

Criminal Organizations

Toll Free: 800-637-3725, extension 7277 (Alberta only);

cRJs 492 (550). . . . . . . . ccc T and Th, Sep 7 – Dec 16 4 – 5:30 pm

Toll Free: 800-788-9041, extension 7277 (across North America).

CRIMINAL JUSTICE

For information on MacEwan course offerings, go to www.MacEwan.ca/criminaljustice.

The Bachelor of Professional Arts in Criminal Justice is a collaborative degree between Grant MacEwan University and Athabasca University. Registration must be completed at MacEwan’s City Centre Campus. The following courses will be offered in fall 2010 and winter 2011. They are delivered on-site at MacEwan’s City Centre Campus.

$646, 3 credits*

Administrative Law

cRJs 494 (550). . . . . . . . ccc M, Sep 13 – Dec 13 6 – 9 pm

$594 plus $10 material fee, 3 credits*

$646, 3 credits*

Critical Thinking $646, 3 credits* cRJs 252 (550). . . . . . . . ccc W, Sep 8 – Dec 15 6 – 9 pm

Human Resources Management $594 plus $8 material fee, 3 credits* hRMt 180 (722) . . . . . . . ccc M, Sep 13 – Dec 13 6 – 9:30 pm

Police Management $646, 3 credits*

FALL 2010

Business Communications $660, 3 credits* engl 211 (820) . . . . . . . ccc M and W, Sep 8 – Dec 15 4 – 5:30 pm

Community Policing $646, 3 credits* cRJs 350 (550). . . . . . . . ccc T, Sep 7 – Dec 14 6 – 9 pm

Comparative Criminal Justice $646, 3 credits* cRJs 482 (550). . . . . . . . ccc W, Sep 8 – Dec 15 6 – 9 pm

WINTER 2011

cRJs 485 (550). . . . . . . . ccc Th, Sep 9 – Dec 16 6 – 9 pm

Principles of Management $594 plus $12 material fee, 3 credits* MgMt 121 (730) . . . . . . . ccc T, Sep 7 – Dec 14 6 – 9 pm

Sociology of the Family $720, 3 credits* soci 271 (820) . . . . . . . . ccc T and Th, Sep 7 – Dec 16 4 – 5:30 pm

Victims of Crime $646, 3 credits* cRJs 352 (550). . . . . . . . ccc Th, Sep 9 – Dec 16 6 – 9 pm

legl 108 (550) . . . . . . . . ccc T, Jan 11 – Apr 19 6 – 9 pm

Alternate Dispute Resolution $646, 3 credits* cRJs 489 (560). . . . . . . . ccc Th, Jan 6 – Apr 21 6 – 9 pm

Civil Liberties and Individual Rights $646, 3 credits* cRJs 427 (560). . . . . . . . ccc Th, Jan 6 – Apr 21 6 – 9 pm

Environmental Protection and Enforcement $646, 3 credits* cRJs 420 (560). . . . . . . . ccc M, Jan 10 – Apr 18 6 – 9 pm

Professional Ethics $720, 3 credits* cRJs 333 (560). . . . . . . . ccc W, Jan 5 – Apr 20 6 – 9 pm

Psychology of Criminal Behaviour $646, 3 credits* cRJs 360 (560). . . . . . . . ccc T and Th, Jan 6 – Apr 21 4 – 5:30 pm

Research Practices in the Human Service Field $617 plus $47 material fee, 3 credits* hsad 440 (501)** . . . . . . ccc T, Jan 16 – Apr 15 4 – 5:30 pm

**HSAD 440 is a combination of on-site and home-study.

CRIMINAL JUSTICE • CRIMINAL JUSTICE • CRIMINAL JUSTICE • CRIMINAL JUSTICE • CRIMINAL JUSTICE • CRIMINAL JUSTICE • CRIMINAL JUSTICE

BACHELOR OF PROFESSIONAL ARTS IN CRIMINAL JUSTICE — ATHABASCA UNIVERSITY

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Social Psychology $720, 3 credits* soci 241 (820) . . . . . . . . ccc M and W, Jan 5 – Apr 20 4 – 5:30 pm

Special Needs Policing $646, 3 credits* cRJs 410 (560). . . . . . . . ccc M, Jan 10 – Apr 18 6 – 9 pm

White Collar Crime $646, 3 credits* cRJs 425 (560). . . . . . . . ccc W, Jan 5 – Apr 20 6 – 9 pm

CORRECTIONAL SERVICES dIPLOMA Call 780-497-5296 or email traceys@macewan.ca for program information and admission requirements.

Complete the Correctional Services diploma via distance learning. Courses are offered on a two-year rotational basis and provide students with theoretical knowledge, skills and practical work experience. Program graduates are prepared for a variety of careers in corrections and criminal justice fields. Visit our website for more details and course descriptions: www.MacEwan.ca/corrections.

Public safety is one of the foundations of our society, and there are tremendous career opportunities for MacEwan graduates. Study full- or part-time to get your diploma in Correctional Services, Police Studies, or Investigations. Upon graduation with a diploma, graduates of these programs can transfer into the Bachelor of Professional Arts in Criminal Justice from Athabasca University, offered right at MacEwan’s City Centre Campus.

Correctional Methods and Practice $594, plus $15 material fee, 3 credits* coRR 210 (600) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . distance Sept 13 – Dec 31

Human Relations $594, plus $15 material fee, 3 credits* coRR 100 (600) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . distance Sept 13 – Dec 31

Correctional Interviewing $594, plus $15 material fee, 3 credits* coRR 112 (600) . . . . distance Jan 10 – Apr 30

Criminal Justice System $594, plus $15 material fee, 3 credits* coRR 104 (600) . . . . distance Jan 10 – Apr 30

Cultural Influences

Selected Issues

$594, plus $15 material fee, 3 credits*

$594, plus $15 material fee, 3 credits*

coRR 202 (600) . . . . distance Jan 10 – Apr 30

coRR 208 (600) . . . . distance Sept 13 – Dec 31

Or get your certificate in Emergency Communications and Response in just eight months!

For more information, call 780-497-5379 or visit www.MacEwan.ca/community

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For information on full or part-time study call 780-497-5379.

Complete the Investigative Studies (formerly Investigations and Security Management Studies) or Police Studies through either full-time day or part-time evening studies. For the part-time evening studies, you are welcome to complete two program courses (PSSC) prior to applying to the part-time evening program. Upon completion of the two Police and Investigations program courses, you are requested to apply and meet the admission requirements for either Police Studies, or Investigative Studies (formerly Investigations and Security Management Studies).

INVESTIGATIVE STUdIES www.MacEwan.ca/investigations

The diploma is designed to provide individuals with knowledge and skills necessary to develop and implement comprehensive security programs and to conduct investigations. Earn a diploma in one of the fastest growing fields in Canada today!

POLICE STUdIES www.MacEwan.ca/police

The diploma is designed to provide individuals with a broad base of knowledge and skills in investigative techniques, criminalistics, human relations, law, criminology, psychology, sociology and leadership to meet the demands of policing in the 21st century.

FALL 2010

POLICE STUDIES Abnormal Behaviour and Crime Prerequisite(s) apply. $594 plus $5 material fee, 3 credits* pssc 212 (550) . . . . . . . ccc W, Sep 8 – Dec 15 6 – 9 pm

Law and the Administration of Justice $594 plus $5 material fee, 3 credits* pssc 121 (581) . . . . . . . ccc M, Sep 13 – Dec 13 11 am – 2 pm

Criminal Investigations $594 plus $5 material fee, 3 credits* pssc 102 (550) . . . . . . . Msc Th, Sep 9 – Dec 16 6 – 9 pm

Law and the Administration of Justice $594 plus $5 material fee, 3 credits* pssc 121 (581) . . . . . . . ccc M, Sep 13 – Dec 13 11 am – 2 pm

Legal Evidence in Security Investigations $594 plus $5 material fee, 3 credits* pssc 133 (550) . . . . . . . ccc T, Sep 7 – Dec 14 6 – 9 pm

Security Investigations I $594 plus $5 material fee, 3 credits* pssc 252 (550) . . . . . . . Msc Th, Sep 9 – Dec 16 6 – 9 pm

WINTER 2011

POLICE STUDIES

Criminal Law Note: It is recommended that PSSC 121 be taken at the same time as or prior to this course. $594 plus $5 material fee, 3 credits* pssc 122 (550) . . . . . . . ccc Th, Jan 6 – Apr 21 6 – 9 pm

INvESTIGATIvE STUDIES Abnormal Behaviour and Crime Prerequisite(s) apply. $594 plus $5 material fee, 3 credits* pssc 212 (581) . . . . . . . ccc T and Th, Jan 6 – Mar 24 Noon – 2 pm

Interpersonal Skills $594 plus $5 material fee, 3 credits* pssc 141 (581) . . . . . . . ccc M and W, Jan 5 – Mar 23 Noon – 2 pm

Leadership Skills

Legal Evidence in Criminal Investigations

Abnormal Behaviour and Crime

$594 plus $5 material fee, 3 credits*

Prerequisite(s) apply.

Prerequisite(s) apply.

$594 plus $5 material fee, 3 credits*

$594 plus $5 material fee, 3 credits*

pssc 242 (550) . . . . . . . ccc W, Jan 5 – Apr 20 6 – 9 pm

pssc 123 (550) . . . . . . . ccc T, Sep 7 – Dec 14 6 – 9 pm

pssc 212 (581) . . . . . . . ccc T and Th, Jan 6 – Mar 24 Noon – 2 pm

INvESTIGATIvE STUDIES Abnormal Behaviour and Crime Prerequisite(s) apply. $594 plus $5 material fee, 3 credits* pssc 212 (550) . . . . . . . ccc W, Sep 8 – Dec 15 6 – 9 pm

Interpersonal Skills $594 plus $5 material fee, 3 credits* pssc 141 (581) . . . . . . . ccc M and W, Jan 5 – Mar 23 Noon – 2 pm

Leadership Skills $594 plus $5 material fee, 3 credits* pssc 242 (550) . . . . . . . ccc W, Jan 5 – Apr 20 6 – 9 pm

Security Law Note: It is recommended that PSSC 121 be taken at the same time as or prior to this course. $594 plus $5 material fee, 3 credits* pssc 132 (550) . . . . . . . ccc Th, Jan 6 – Apr 21 6 – 9 pm

Security Programs and Risk Management $594 plus $5 material fee, 3 credits* pssc 151 (550) . . . . . . . ccc T, Jan 11 – Apr 19 6 – 9 pm

CRIMINAL JUSTICE • CRIMINAL JUSTICE • CRIMINAL JUSTICE • CRIMINAL JUSTICE • CRIMINAL JUSTICE • CRIMINAL JUSTICE • CRIMINAL JUSTICE

POLICE ANd INVESTIGATIONS dIPLOMA (PARTTIME EVENING)

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eCampusAlberta – UNIVERSITY ANd COLLEGE CREdIT COURSES

Call 780-497-5379 for more information.

Call 780-497-4636 for more information or call 780-497-5000 to register. visit our website at www.MacEwan.ca/balance and www.eCampusAlberta.ca for more information.

The Police and Investigations program offers a unique range of workshops which can also be custom-designed to meet the specific needs of organizations. Topics include:

Many of MacEwan’s distance students are actually enrolled at another institution. Taking a university or college credit course through distance education can help you balance your timetable while knocking off a core program course or an elective. Although these courses transfer to many postsecondary institutions in Alberta, be sure that the course is applicable to your program of study by checking with your program or consult the Alberta Transfer Guide before registering.

• Investigative Techniques • Tactical Communications • Interviewing Techniques

EMERGENCY COMMUNICATIONS ANd RESPONSE CERTIFICATE Call 780-497-5379 for more information or visit www.MacEwan.ca/emergency.

Interested in answering the call? Check out MacEwan’s eight-month certificate offered full-time days in emergency dispatching to see what it takes to become an effective emergency communicator, linking the public with emergency services such as fire, police, and emergency medical assistance. The Emergency Communications and Response program begins taking applications Oct 1, 2010 for Sep 2011 entry.

dISTANCE LEARNING

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WORKSHOPS

course name

course #

cost

Introduction to Anthropology

ANTH 101

$720 plus $25 e-tech fee

Introduction to Microeconomics

ECON 101

$720 plus $25 e-tech fee

Introduction to Macroeconomics*

ECON 102

$720 plus $25 e-tech fee

Analysis and Argument*

ENGL 102

$720 plus $25 e-tech fee

Introduction to Literature*

ENGL 103

$720 plus $25 e-tech fee

Introduction to Language and Literature*

ENGL 108

$720 plus $25 e-tech fee

Communications*

ENGL 111

$660 plus $25 e-tech fee

The Short Story*

ENGL 206

$720 plus $25 e-tech fee

Business Communications*

ENGL 211

$660 plus $25 e-tech fee

Introduction to Politics

POLS 101

$720 plus $25 e-tech fee

Introductory Psychology

PSYC 104

$720 plus $25 e-tech fee

Individual and Social Behavior*

PSYC 105

$720 plus $25 e-tech fee

Social Psychology*

PSYC 241

$720 plus $25 e-tech fee

Criminology*

SOCI 225

$720 plus $25 e-tech fee

Social Psychology*

SOCI 241

$720 plus $25 e-tech fee

*Prerequisite(s) apply.

ACCOUNTING TECHNOLOGY CERTIFICATE ONLINE Call 780-497-4600 or access our website at www.MacEwan.ca/accounting for information. Call 780-497-5000 to register or, to register online, go to www.ecampusalberta.ca. See page 8 for details.

ARTS ANd CULTURAL MANAGEMENT CERTIFICATE ONLINE Call 780-497-4301, email shantzd3@macewan.ca or visit our website at www.MacEwan.ca/artsmanagement for information. Call 780-497-5000 to register, or to register online go to www.eCampusAlberta.ca. See page 4 for details.

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MANAGEMENT STUdIES CERTIFICATE/ dIPLOMA ONLINE

Call 780-497-5614, email writing@macewan.ca or access our website at www.MacEwan.ca/prowrite. See page 24 for details.

Call 780-497-5000 to register or, to register online, go to www.ecampusalberta.ca. See page 17 for details.

Call 780-497-4600, email ptbusiness@macewan.ca or access our website at www.MacEwan.ca/managementonline for information.

MacEwan ONLINE WITH eCampusAlberta Many MacEwan programs and courses are offered online and through eCampusAlberta. If you can’t fit a part-time course into your schedule, consider taking it online. The following chart lists current MacEwan courses that are offered via eCampusAlberta. For more information, contact the program, or go to www.ecampusalberta.ca. course #

course name

info

2010/11 term

course #

course name

info

F = Fall; W = Winter; sp = spring; s = summer

F = Fall; W = Winter; sp = spring; s = summer

accounting technology certificate

arts and cultural Management (continued)

ACCT 111

Financial Accounting I

p. 8, 13, 15

F/W

AGAD 130

Management Seminar II

p. 4

ACCT 161

Financial Accounting II

p. 8

F

AGAD 131

Field Placement

780-497-4301

ACCT 162

Practical Tax Applications

p. 9

W

AGAD 133

Information Technology II

p. 9

F

Field Placement Integration

780-497-4301

ACCT 164 ACCT 218

Management Accounting I

p. 9, 15

F/W

anthropology, economics and political science

HLST 121

Introduction to Case Management

p. 49

HLST 230

Culture Competence

780-497-5164

Introduction to Anthropology

p. 32

F/W/Sp

ECON 101

Introduction to Microeconomics

p. 32

F/W/Sp

HSAD 300

Human Service Administrator

780-497-5164

ECON 102

Introduction to Macroeconomics

p. 32

F/W/Sp

HSAD 305

Interpersonal Communication

780-497-5164

POLS 101

Introduction to Politics and Government

p. 32

F/W/Sp

HSAD 310

Managing Human Resources

780-497-5164

HSAD 315

Managing Financial Resources

780-497-5164

HSAD 320

Trends and Issues I

780-497-5164

AGAD 101

Advocacy and Lobbying

p. 4

F

AGAD 103

Marketing Principles Research in the Arts

p. 4

F

AGAD 105

Financial Management for the Arts

p. 4

F

AGAD 107

Computer Applications in the Arts

p. 4

F

AGAD 109

Publicity and Media Relations in the Arts

p. 4

AGAD 121

Applied Marketing in the Arts

AGAD 123

W

Bachelor of applied human service administration

ANTH 101

arts and cultural Management

2010/11 term

F

Bachelor of commerce

ACCT 311

Introductory Accounting

p. 10

F/W

BUSN 201

Introduction to Canadian Business

p. 11

F

BUSN 330

Project Management

p. 11

F

W

MARK 301

Fundamentals of Marketing

p. 11

F

p. 4

W

MGTS 103

Probability and Statistics I

p. 11

W

ORGA 201

F/W

p. 4

W

Introduction to Management

780-497-4600

Human Resource Management in the Arts

ORGA 330

Facility Management

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Managerial Skill Development

780-497-4600

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Museum Gallery Management

p. 4

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AGAD 127

Fundraising and Grants

p. 4

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Management Seminar I

p. 4

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DMWP 100

Essential Anatomy and Physiology

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DWMP 210

Evidence Based Practice in Disability Management

DMWP 102

Medical and Pharmaceutical Concepts

p. 49

F/W

DWMP 212

Health and Safety Issues in p. 49 Disability Management

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DMWP 104

Introduction to Disability Management

p. 49

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DWMP 214

Treatment and Prevention Activities

p. 50

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DMWP 110

Ethics and Professionalism in Disability Management

p. 49

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DWMP 216

Disability Management Program Evaluation

p. 50

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DWMP 112

Health, Social and Legislative Foundations

p. 49

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INTD 105

Interpersonal Skills Development

p. 49

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DWMP 114

Conflict and Crisis Management in Return to Work

p. 49

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english

ENGL 102

Analysis and Argument

p. 32

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DWMP 116

Return to Work Management

p. 49

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ENGL 103

Introduction to Literature

p. 32

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ENGL 108

p. 32

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Disability Management Program Design

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Introduction to Language and Literature

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Communications

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Trends and Issues in Disability Management

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The Short Story

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ENGL 211

Business Communications

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professional Writing

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Compensation

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Staffing

p. 12

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HRMT 151

Employee and Labour Relations

p. 13

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HRMT 160

Human Resources Training p. 12 and Development I

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HRMT 180

Human Resources Management

p. 12

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Management of Human Resources

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Management studies

PROW 100

Foundations of Composition

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PROW 102

Distilled Prose

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PROW 104

Introductory Rhetoric

p. 24

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PROW 115

Research Skills for Writers

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PROW 117

Mac Skills for Writers

p. 24

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Computer Research Skills for Writers

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Proofreading and Copyediting

p. 24

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Project Leadership

p. 24

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Financial Math

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Advanced Composition

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Principles of Management

p. 12, 15

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Writing for the Ear

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Organizational Behaviour

p. 10, 12, 15

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MGMT 131

Marketing

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Applied Rhetoric

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Organizational Theory

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PROW 224

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Supervision

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Introducing Technical Writing I

p. 25

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Sales

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PROW 226

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Business Computing

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Technical Writing III – ISO and Safety Specifications

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Applied Editing

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Professional Prose I

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PROW 252

Professional Prose II

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Writing for the Web

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PROW 304

Popular Culture in Professional Communications

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Psychology of Creativity

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PROW 308

Screenwriting I

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PROW 310

Creative Non-Fiction

p. 25

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Magazine Writing

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Technical Writing IV – Government/Human Resources

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PROW 319

Technical Writing V – Instructional Design

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Introductory Psychology

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Individual and Social Behaviour

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Social Psychology

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Criminology

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Social Psychology

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Intro to OCC Health Nursing

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Occupational Environments

p. 50

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OCCH 302

Occupational Health Screening

p. 50

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OCCH 303

Field Visits in OCC Health

p. 50

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OCCH 304

Occupational Health Program Development

p. 50

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OCCH 305

Managed Rehabilitation

780-497-5727

OCCH 306

Trends and Issues in Occupational Health

p. 50

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OCCH 307

Occupational Toxicology

p. 50

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OCCH 308

Health Surveillance

p. 50

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sociology

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LIFE SUPPORT TRAINING

Body Structure I

Call 780-497-5168 for more information.

visit www.MacEwan.ca/lst for course descriptions, dates, times and location. Call 780-497-5000 to register or visit the Registrar’s Office or Information Centre at any MacEwan campus.

$441 plus $15 + gst material fee, text extra, 3 credits*

Over the last 10 years, Grant MacEwan University has built up a solid reputation in offering quality training in Acupuncture and Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM). This comprehensive training program meets national and international standards of quality and is approved by the regulatory body for acupuncturists in Alberta and in other jurisdictions. During this three-year program students can learn everything they need to become a registered acupuncturist. The curriculum consists of a perfect mix between conventional medical sciences, Traditional Chinese Medicine courses and hands-on practice sessions during observation and internship courses. The acupuncture program facilitates opportunities to experience acupuncture in China through several contacts with Chinese TCM universities. The designated health profession of acupuncturist continues to gain recognition in the health care system and graduates will not only have the skills to practice acupuncture with confidence, they will also have the confidence to open a private practice or work in a multi-disciplinary clinic with allied health care professionals.

HEALTH

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ACUPUNCTURE dIPLOMA

Continuing Education is also available in Traditional Chinese Herbology. For program details please visit www.MacEwan.ca/acupuncture or phone 780-497-5168.

Life Support Training offers courses in first aid, basic (CPR) and advanced life support. Basic and advanced life support courses meet current guidelines and are recognized by the Heart and Stroke Foundation of Canada. All courses, including Emergency Medical Planning First Aid, are cost effective, meet specific admission requirements for your chosen program or personal needs and are recognized by Workplace Health Safety.

MASSAGE THERAPY dIPLOMA For program details and admission requirements please call 780-497-5704, email massage@macewan.ca, visit www.MacEwan.ca, or refer to the Grant MacEwan University fulltime calendar.

MacEwan’s Massage Therapy diploma offers comprehensive clinical education aimed at developing well-rounded massage therapists able to practice in a wide range of medical and therapeutic environments. The recommended course(s) for part-time students are as follows. If you are unable to complete courses as suggested or require individual guidance please contact the program advisor at the number above. All classes are held at MacEwan South Campus in Mill Woods.

Prerequisite(s) apply.

Mtst 120 (550) . . . . . . . Msc M and W, Sep 8 – Dec 15 6 – 8 pm

Massage Therapy as a Profession $371, plus $5 + gst material fee, text extra, 2 credits* Mtst 102 (550) . . . . . . . Msc S, Sep 11– Dec 11 10 am – noon

Terminology for Massage Therapists $247, plus $5 + gst material fee, text extra, 1 credit* Mtst 105 (550) . . . . . . . Msc S, Sep 11 – Dec 11 9 – 10 am

Body Structure II Prerequisite(s) apply. $412 plus $15 + gst material fee, 3 credits* Mtst 122 (560) . . . . . . . Msc M, Jan 10 – Apr 18 6 – 9 pm

Techniques I Prerequisite(s) and corequisite(s) apply. $612 plus $35 + gst material fee, 3 credits* Mtst 131 (560) . . . . . . . Msc S, Jan 8 – Apr 16 8 am – noon

Developing Therapeutic Relationships I Corequisite(s) apply. $315 plus $5 + gst material fee, 1 credit* Mtst 137 (560) . . . . . . . Msc S, Jan 8 – Apr 16 1 – 3 pm

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Mtst 120 (560) . . . . . . . Msc M and W, Jan 5 – Apr 20 6 – 8 pm

Call 780-497-5164 or email hsa@macewan.ca for information. Call 780-497-5000 to register.

Body Functioning I

visit our website www.MacEwan.ca/hsa for detailed information and our current registration guide.

Prerequisite(s) apply.

Prerequisite(s) apply. $412 plus $15 + gst material fee, text extra, 3 credits*

This applied degree program is available only in a distance format. Students complete printbased correspondence courses supplemented by their choice of online or onsite seminars. Applicants must have a minimum of 60 post-secondary credits and experience in human services to gain admission.

Mtst 125 (560) . . . . . . . Msc Th, Jan 6 – Apr 21 6 – 9 pm

Individuals with prior education in Massage Therapy may take courses for upgrading or continuing education. Previous courses will be assessed for placement in the basic program. Contact the program advisor for details.

Massage for Couples $150 per couple, noncredit

Note: Please register with a partner. hlst 0110 (550) . . . . . . . Msc S, Nov 13 9 am – 4 pm hlst 0110 (560) . . . . . . . Msc S, Feb 12 9 am – 4 pm hlst 0110 (565) . . . . . . . Msc S, Apr 9 9 am – 4 pm

HUMAN SERVICES

CONTINUING EDUCATION

BACHELOR OF CHILd ANd YOUTH CARE Call 780-497-5099 for information or to register, or register online.

Adolescent Development Fee table B plus $10 material fee, text extra, 3 credits* cycW 100 (400) . . . . . internet Sep 13 – Dec 13

Helping Skills for Youth and Families Fee table B plus $10 material fee, text extra, 3 credits* cycW 101 (400) . . . . . internet Sep 13 – Dec 13

The Child and Youth Care Professional Fee table B plus $50 material fee, text extra, 3 credits* cycW 106 (400) . . . . . internet Sep 13 – Dec 13

Child and Youth Care Practice Fee table B plus $10 material fee, text extra, 3 credits* cycW 107 (400) . . . . . internet Sep 13 – Dec 13

Family Dynamics Fee table B plus $10 material fee, text extra, 2 credits* cycW 112 (400) . . . . . internet Sep 13 – Nov 29

Child and Youth Care Practice in Mental Health Fee table B plus $15 material fee, text extra, 3 credits* cycW 201 (300) . . . . . . . . . . . . . teleconference T, Sep 14 – Dec 7 4:30 – 6:15 pm

Development Across the Lifespan Prerequisite(s) apply. Fee table B plus $5 material fee, text extra, 3 credits* cycW 211 (400) . . . . . internet Sep 13 – Dec 13

Adolescent Development Fee table B plus $10 material fee, text extra, 3 credits* cycW 100 (400) . . . . . internet Jan 10 – Apr 18

Helping Skills for Youth and Families Fee table B plus $10 material fee, text extra, 3 credits* cycW 101 (400) . . . . . internet Jan 10 – Apr 18

Activities Programming for Youth Fee table B plus $15 material fee, text extra, 2 credits* cycW 104 (400) . . . . . internet Jan 10 – Mar 28

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$441 plus $15 + gst material fee, text extra, 3 credits*

BACHELOR OF APPLIEd HUMAN SERVICE AdMINISTRATION

Body Structure I

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Special Topics in Child and Youth Care Fee table B plus $10 material fee, text extra, 2 credits* cycW 108 (400) . . . . . internet Jan 10 – Mar 28

Note: does not include an Aboriginal Cultural Awareness certificate.

Individual Counselling Prerequisite(s) apply. Fee table B plus $10 material fee, text extra, 3 credits* cycW 114 (400) . . . . . internet Jan 10 – Apr 18

Child/Youth Care Methods I Prerequisite(s) apply. Fee table B plus $65 material fee, text extra, 3 credits* cycW 200 (400) . . . . . internet Jan 10 – Apr 18

Issues in Family Work Prerequisite(s) apply. Fee table B plus $15 material fee, text extra, 3 credits* cycW 205 (400) . . . . . internet Jan 10 – Apr 18

Need information on transferring courses between institutions? Please refer to the Online Alberta Transfer Guide (OATG) outlining the transfer arrangements between MacEwan and other universities or contact the Office of the Registrar for further information. Check the website at www.acat.gov.ab.ca.

dISABILITY STUdIES: LEAdERSHIP ANd COMMUNITY dIPLOMA (formerly Rehabilitation Practitioner) Call 780-497-5099 for information. Call 780-497-5000 to register.

MacEwan is a centre for excellence in disability studies. The Disability Studies: Leadership and Community program works closely with community agencies, people with disabilities, their families, and government to prepare exceptional graduates with a broad background and the practical skills to help build inclusive communities. Acting as allies, graduates honour the self-determination of people with disabilities in reaching their goals. Graduates may continue their studies by completing the University of Calgary’s Bachelor of Community Rehabilitation and Disability Studies degree on site at MacEwan. They are also eligible to apply to the Bachelor of Applied Human Services Administration and Bachelor of Child and Youth Care degree programs at MacEwan. Both first and second years of the Disability Studies: Leadership and Community program are available through distance delivery print based/online study. Courses start in September, January and May each year. After completing two courses, students must apply and be accepted into the program to continue coursework. Students with other post-secondary education may qualify for advanced standing. Please refer to the 2010/2011 Calendar at www.MacEwan.ca for a complete listing of prerequisites.

COURSES OFFERED: RPPR 102 Perspectives on Assessment and Reporting Practices RPPR 103 Interpersonal Communication RPPR 106 Person-Centred Perspectives RPPR 107 Family-Centred Practice RPPR 108 Seminar: Disability Issues I RPPR 109 Community Development RPPR 114 Seminar: Disability Issues II RPPR 117 Facilitating Learning and Development RPPR 118 Advocacy and Leadership RPPR 119 Health Promotion and Personal Well-Being RPPR 120 Field Placement I RPPR 204 Seminar: Disability Issues III RPPR 211 Connections and Networking RPPR 212 Person-Centred Planning Approaches RPPR 213 Evidence-Based Practice RPPR 215 Field Placement II RPPR 220 Organizational Leadership and Change RPPR 221 Supervision RPPR 222 Connections: Technology, Adaptation and Accommodation RPPR 224 Seminar: Disability Issues IV RPPR 230 Field Placement III

Open 24/7 Did you know you can register for both credit and noncredit courses online? Go to http://webadvisor. MacEwan.ca, and register now using your VISA or MasterCard.

EARLY LEARNING ANd CHILd CARE dIPLOMA Call 780-497-5146 or email earlylearning@macewan.ca for information. Call 780-497-5000 to register.

There’s nothing quite as amazing as studying how young minds and bodies develop. Young children have so much potential for learning, discovery, and play. Research shows that development in the first five years of life provides a critical foundation for achievement throughout life. MacEwan’s Early Learning and Child Care diploma program is one of the best of its kind in Canada. We offer a unique blend of classroom and handson learning, enhanced by our Demonstration Child Care Centre and partnerships with community field placement agencies. Graduates have the knowledge and skills needed to provide exceptional early learning, guidance and care for young children. Explore the incredible diversity of work environments in this important and challenging field of study! Visit our website, www.MacEwan.ca/earlylearning for a copy of our current part-time registration guide, full program details including admission requirements and course descriptions. We welcome your questions by email or telephone.

Sign up early to save your seat in class! Early registration helps ensure classes are able to run as scheduled and avoid cancellation.

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Alberta College of Social Workers to become Registered Social Workers (RSW).

Community Practice Methods III

Introduction to Social Work Practice

Fee table a plus $10 + gst material fee, text extra, 3 credits*

The part-time evening program is available for those interested in acquiring their Social Work diploma on a part-time basis, over four years. Courses are subject to a minimum enrolment.

Fee table a plus $10 + gst material fee, text extra, 3 credits*

soWK 210 (450) . . . . . . . Msc T, Sep 7 – Dec 14 6 – 9 pm

Students presenting a completed diploma in this program may receive up to 30 credits of transfer credit to the Faculty of Arts at the University of Alberta and may be considered for entrance into the Bachelor of Social Work program at the University of Calgary (available in Edmonton). They may also apply to the Bachelor of Applied Human Service Administration or the Bachelor of Child and Youth Care degree programs at MacEwan. Graduates are also eligible to apply to the

Social Work with Families

Fee table a plus $10 + gst material fee, text extra, 3 credits*

Prerequisite(s) apply.

soWK 101 (450) . . . . . . . Msc T, Jan 11 – Apr 19 6 – 9 pm

Call 780-497-5099 for information. Call 780-497-5000 to register or register online.

soWK 102 (450) . . . . . . . Msc T, Sep 7 – Dec 14 6 – 9 pm

Fee table a plus $10 + gst material fee, text extra, 3 credits* soWK 111 (450) . . . . . . . Msc W, Sep 8 – Dec 15 6 – 9 pm

Prerequisite(s) apply.

Social Work Philosophy

Social Work Practice Methods I Prerequisite(s) apply. Fee table a plus $10 + gst material fee, text extra, 3 credits* soWK 110 (450) . . . . . . . Msc W, Jan 5 – Apr 20 6 – 9 pm

A note about Prerequisites Admission to some courses may require the completion of one or more prerequisites. It is the responsibility of the student to ensure that they meet the prerequisites for a course. Credit courses Prerequisites for credit courses can be found in the course listings of the Academic Calendar, available as a PDF online at www.MacEwan.ca/ calendar, or by contacting the program. Noncredit courses Prerequisites for noncredit courses can be checked on the web at www.MacEwan. ca/continuinged, or by contacting the program.

Human service professionals can now get the skills they need to move into a management position through MacEwan’s Bachelor of Applied Human Service Administration degree. Offered on a part-time distance delivery basis, you can complete your degree on your time and in your community.

Find out more. Call 1.888.497.9390 or visit www.MacEwan.ca/hsa The program helped me transition into a new career path without losing the passion of my life – working with people and making a difference in human service. BAHSA Graduate Busi Pfupa

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Social Work Practice Methods IV Prerequisite(s) apply. Fee table a plus $10 + gst material fee, text extra, 3 credits* soWK 211 (450) . . . . . . . Msc T, Jan 11 – Apr 19 6 – 9 pm

SPECIAL NEEdS EdUCATIONAL ASSISTANT CERTIFICATE Call 780-497-5569 for information. Call 780-497-5000 to register.

DOING WHAT MATTERS Implementation of inclusive educational policies for students with special needs has created a strong demand for educational assistants with post-secondary training in school divisions within Alberta and across Canada. MacEwan’s Special Needs Educational Assistant certificate prepares graduates to meet this demand, providing them with a solid foundation of theoretical knowledge combined with practical strategies to support classroom learning for students with exceptionalities. As school divisions across the country enhance their ability to meet these learning needs, more are beginning to require educational assistants to have, or to be working towards securing an Educational Assistant certificate from an accredited post-secondary institution.

Already employed as an educational assistant? The Special Needs Educational Assistant program at MacEwan recognizes the different backgrounds and needs of its learners, and so provides flexible and accessible learning opportunities. You can complete your certificate through full-time (day), parttime, or distance delivery. Those already in practice as educational assistants may be eligible to receive course credit equivalency based on their work experience. Graduates of the Special Needs Educational Assistant program have the option to continue their education through established transfer arrangements with other MacEwan programs, including Early Learning and Child Care, Bachelor of Child and Youth Care, Disability Studies: Leadership and Community, Speech Language Pathologist Assistant, and General Studies.

Language Learning and Math Across the Curriculum $594, materials fee $20, plus text, 3 credits* tast 103 (550) . . . . . . . . ccc W, Sep 8 – Dec 15 6 – 9 pm

Role and Responsibilities of the Educational Assistant $499, materials fee $20, 2 credits* tast 100 (550) . . . . . . . . ccc Th, Jan 6 – Mar 10 6 – 9 pm

SPECIAL NEEdS EdUCATIONAL ASSISTANT PROGRAM dISTANCE dELIVERY Call 780-497-5569 for an information package or go to our website, www.MacEwan.ca/specialneeds. Please refer to the current academic calendar at www.MacEwan.ca/calendar for a complete listing of prerequisites.

THERAPIST ASSISTANT dIPLOMA – SPEECH LANGUAGE PATHOLGIST ASSISTANT MAJOR – (dISTANCE dELIVERY) For more information call toll-free 1-888-497-4622 ext. 3042 or 780-633-3042

The Speech Language Pathologist Assistant major of the Therapist Assistant Program is available online. Students with a Teacher Assistant/Special Needs Educational Assistant certificate, an Early Childhood Education diploma, a Rehabilitation Practitioner/Disability Studies diploma, a Physical and/or Occupational Therapist Assistant diploma, or an undergraduate degree may qualify to enter the second year of the program following acceptance into the program and successful completion of THAS 101 and THAS 102.

Communication Disorders $742 + $35 material fees + gst + textbooks, 4 credits* thas 102 (810) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . distance Sep 5 – Dec 18

Therapeutic Interventions I: Articulation and Phonology $690 + $50 material fees + gst + textbooks, 4 credits* thas 201 (925) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . distance Sep 5 – Dec 18

Therapeutic Interventions II: Introduction to Clinical Role and Skills $687 + $50 material fees + gst + textbooks, 3 credits* thas 202 (810) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . distance Sep 5 – Dec 18

Therapeutic Interventions III: Language $776 + $55 material fees + gst + textbooks, 4 credits* thas 213 (925) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . distance Sep 5 – Dec 18

Therapeutic Interventions IV: Special Populations $776 + $55 material fees + gst + textbooks, 4 credits* thas 214 (925) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . distance Sep 5 – Dec 18

Normal Development of Speech, Language and Literacy $687 +$40 material fees + gst + textbooks, 3 credits* thas 101 (810) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . distance Sep 5 – Dec 18 *see page 72 for additional fee information for credit courses. to RegisteR call 780-497-5000 • For more information, visit www.Macewan.ca/continuinged


French Level II

Spanish Level II

Prerequisite(s) apply.

Prerequisite(s) apply.

FRen 0200 (550) . . . . . . ccc T, Sep 21 – Dec 7 5:30 – 8 pm

span 0200 (550). . . . . . . ccc T, Sep 21 – Dec 7 6 – 8:30 pm

FRen 0200 (550) . . . . . . ccc M, Jan 17 – Apr 11 5:30 – 8 pm

span 0200 (550). . . . . . . ccc M, Jan 17 – Apr 11 6 – 8:30 pm

FRENCH AND SPANISH

French Level III

Spanish Level III

Learning another language can expand your horizons, increase your opportunities in business, or make your next vacation adventure more enjoyable. Our training specialists will introduce you to the language and increase your proficiency as you progress through each training level.

Prerequisite(s) apply.

Prerequisite(s) apply.

FRen 0300 (550) . . . . . . ccc W, Sep 22 – Dec 8 5:30 – 8 pm

span 0300 (550). . . . . . . ccc W, Sep 22 – Dec 8 6 – 8:30 pm

FRen 0300 (550) . . . . . . ccc T, Jan 18 – Apr 5 5:30 – 8 pm

span 0300 (550). . . . . . . ccc T, Jan 18 – Apr 5 6 – 8:30 pm

French Level IV

Spanish Level IV

Prerequisite(s) apply.

Prerequisite(s) apply.

FRen 0400 (550) . . . . . . ccc Th, Sep 23 – Dec 16 5:30 – 8 pm

span 0400 (550). . . . . . . ccc Th, Sep 23 – Dec 16 6 – 8:30 pm

FRen 0400 (550) . . . . . . ccc W, Jan 19 – Apr 6 5:30 – 8 pm

span 0400 (550). . . . . . . ccc W, Jan 19 – Apr 6 6 – 8:30 pm

Call 780-497-4709 or email languages@macewan.ca. Call 780-497-5000 to register. visit our website at www.MacEwan.ca/balance.

LANGUAGES

When enrolling in Level II or higher, it is recommended that students have a background in the language by either completing the preceding level(s) at MacEwan, or similar course(s), or have equivalent skill level. To find the level that is right for you, refer to our course descriptions and outlines, which are available by calling our office at 780-497-4709.

Spanish Level I

tuition for all courses is $190 per person. instructional materials are included. (an optional textbook, which may be recommended by our instructor, is extra.)

span 0100 (550). . . . . . . ccc M, Sep 20 – Dec 13 6 – 8:30 pm

French Level I

span 0100 (550). . . . . . . ccc Th, Jan 20 – Apr 7 6 – 8:30 pm

FRen 0100 (550) . . . . . . ccc M, Sep 20 – Dec 13 5:30 – 8 pm FRen 0100 (551) . . . . . . ccc S, Sep 25 – Dec 11 10 am – 12:30 pm FRen 0100 (550) . . . . . . ccc Th, Jan 20 – Apr 7 5:30 – 8 pm FRen 0100 (551) . . . . . . ccc S, Jan 22 – Apr 9 10 am – 12:30 pm

span 0100 (551). . . . . . . ccc S, Sep 25 – Dec 11 10 am – 12:30 pm

span 0100 (551). . . . . . . ccc S, Jan 22 – Apr 9 10 am – 12:30 pm

A note about Prerequisites Admission to some courses may require the completion of one or more prerequisites. It is the responsibility of the student to ensure that they meet the prerequisites for a course. Credit courses Prerequisites for credit courses can be found in the course listings of the Academic Calendar, available as a PDF online at www.MacEwan.ca/ calendar, or by contacting the program. Noncredit courses Prerequisites for noncredit courses can be checked on the web at www.MacEwan. ca/continuinged, or by contacting the program.

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MacEwan ENGLISH LANGUAGE INSTITUTE

computer-assisted instruction at all levels, and a language lab provides opportunities for speaking and listening practice.

Call 780-497-4000 for information or visit our website at www.MacEwan.ca/ESL. All courses are offered at Alberta College Campus.

Each 14-week session includes up to 315 hours of integrated instruction in the four skill areas. Classes are offered in the mornings (8 am to 12:30 pm) or afternoons (12:30 pm to 5 pm).

ENGLISH AS A SECOND LANGUAGE FULL-TIME Full-time study in ESL is designed for students whose first language is not English and who wish to develop their academic communication in the four skill areas (reading, writing, listening and speaking), re-enter their professions or improve their general English communication. Courses range from CLB 2 (Canadian Language Benchmark) to CLB 10. A computer lab provides

Initial placement is based on the completion of standardized English language exams. For information on placement testing and admission requirements, please call 780-497-4000. M – F, Sep 7 – Dec 15 M – F, Jan 5 – Apr 11

canadian citizen/permanent Resident $2215

ENGLISH AS A SECOND LANGUAGE PART-TIME

application Fee: canadian citizen/permanent Resident $70

Clear Speaking

TUITION**

**international students must apply through grant Macewan university studies international.

$450/$900, noncredit

www.MacEwan.ca/international 780-497-3947

SPSK 0032 Intermediate (CLB 5-7)

OTHER FEES

SPSK 0033 Advanced (CLB 8+)

Material: $36.75 picture identification: $10 Registrar service Fee: $13 student association: $30 text books: (approximately) $200

SPSK 0031 High Beginner (CLB 2-4)

T and Th, Sep 16 – Dec 9 6:30 – 9 pm T and Th, Jan 18 – Apr 7 6:30 – 9 pm

technology: $15 u pass: $97.50

MacEwan’s English Language Institute (MELI) offers evening and part-time specialized ESL classes designed to provide you with the skills you need to succeed. Take courses in: • Clear Speaking and Grammar Principles • Writing Skills • Technical Writing for New Canadian Engineers • English for Business • English for Nursing MELI also offers courses to help you prepare for English language proficiency tests: • TOEFL (Test of English as a Foreign Language) • CAEL (Canadian Academic English Language Assessment) • IELTS Prep I and II • CELBAN Workshop If you’re interested in teaching English overseas, inquire about our TEFL program.

Please see pages 42 - 43 for course dates and times. Visit www.MacEwan.ca/ESL or call 780.497.4000 for more information.

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$450/900, noncredit GRAM 0031 High Beginner (CLB 2-4)

CAEL (Canadian Academic English Language) Assessment Preparation

GRAM 0032 Intermediate (CLB 5-7)

Prerequisite(s) apply.

GRAM 0033 Advanced (CLB 8+)

eslg 0070 T and Th, Sep 7 – Dec 9 6 – 9 pm

T and Th, Sep 16 – Dec 9 6:30 – 9 pm T and Th, Jan 18 – Apr 7 6:30 – 9 pm

$590/$1180, credit*

T and Th, Jan 5 – Apr 7 6 – 9 pm

IELTS Prep I

ENGLISH FOR SPECIAL PURPOSES

Prerequisite(s) apply.

English for Nursing Prerequisite(s) apply. $590$1180, noncredit eslg 0051 T and Th, Sep 7 – Dec 9 6 – 9 pm T and Th, Jan 4 – Apr 7 6 – 9 pm

Technical Writing for New Canadians

Writing Skills

Prerequisite(s) apply.

$450/$900, noncredit

$590/$1180, credit*

$450/$900, noncredit

WRIT 0031 High Beginner (CLB 2-4)

eslg 0057 T and Th, Sep 7 – Dec 9 6 – 9 pm

eslg 0034 M and W, Sep 15 – Dec 8 6:30 – 9 pm

T and Th, Jan 5 – Apr 7 6 – 9 pm

M and W, Jan 17 – Apr 11 6:30 – 9 pm

IELTS Prep II

English in the Workplace (EWP)

WRIT 0032 Intermediate (CLB 5-7) WRIT 0033 Advanced (CLB 8+) M and W, Sep 15 – Dec 8 6:30 – 9 pm M and W, Jan 17 – Apr 11 6:30 – 9 pm

LANGUAGE PROFICIENCY TEST PREPARATION TOEFL Preparation Prerequisite(s) apply. $590/$1180, credit* picture identification $10 eslg 0046 M – F, Sep 13 – Dec 15 2 – 3:30 pm M – F, Jan 5 – Apr 11 2 – 3:30 pm

Prerequisite(s) apply. $590/$1180, credit* eslg 0058 T and Th, Sep 7 – Dec 9 6 – 9 pm T and Th, Jan 5 – Apr 7 6 – 9 pm

CELBAN Workshop Prerequisite(s) apply. $75 eslg-0059 S, Oct 2 and Nov 13 9 am – 3 pm Winter dates TBA

Working with ESL Learners II**

Prerequisite(s) apply.

EWP courses/assessments are specially designed to meet the needs of employees and/or trainees. For more information, employers should call 780-497-4075.

PROFESSIONAL DEvELOPMENT TEFL WorkshopTeaching English as a Foreign Language

$275/$550 noncredit eslg 0048 Offered in spring and summer only. **Working with ESL Learners I and II can be adapted for special group presentations. For more information, call 780-497-4075.

A note about Prerequisites Admission to some courses may require the completion of one or more prerequisites. It is the responsibility of the student to ensure that they meet the prerequisites for a course. Credit courses Prerequisites for credit courses can be found in the course listings of the Academic Calendar, available as a PDF online at www.MacEwan.ca/ calendar, or by contacting the program. Noncredit courses Prerequisites for noncredit courses can be checked on the web at www.MacEwan. ca/continuinged, or by contacting the program.

Prerequisite(s) apply. $975/$1950, noncredit eslg 0054 Offered in spring and summer only.

T and Th, Sep 7 – Dec 9 6 – 9 pm

Working with ESL Learners I**

T and Th, Jan 6 – Apr 7 6 – 9 pm

$275/$550 noncredit eslg 0047 Offered in spring and summer only.

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Grammar Principles

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Call 780-633-3725 or email conservatory@macewan.ca for more information. Call 780-633-3729 to register.

Alberta College Conservatory of Music has been enriching musical education in the Edmonton community since 1903. Whether you are a beginner, a recreational musician seeking to improve your skills, or a serious music student preparing for examinations or performance opportunities, let our exceptional teacher-performers guide your music education. Lessons are offered in Sherwood Park, at MacEwan South Campus and the Alberta College Campus downtown.

piano

MUSIC

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ALBERTA COLLEGE CONSERVATORY OF MUSIC

Bianca Baciu Reinhard Berg Karla Boddez Robert Casgrain Simon-Marc de Freitas Geraldine Haythorne Shannon Hiebert Sarah Ho Yona Kim Eileen Kim Margaret King Sze Sze Lam Judy Loewen Dorothy Lou Inna Luzanac Ariane Lowrey Karen McNaughton Carol Mellors Alexandra Munn Glenda Murphy Donna Noton Robert Rosen Marina Stolyar David Tutt Cameron Watson Laryssa Whittaker

Keyboard Reinhard Berg

organ Reinhard Berg

accordion Reinhard Berg

Flute

harp

Bill Damur Petar Dundjerski Liane Gayler Margaret King

Nora Bumanis Hannah Elossais Keri Zwicker

clarinet

Andrew Creaghan Michel Forestier Trevor Sanders

Melissa Goodchild Don Ross Daniel Sutherland

saxophone Dan Davis Charles Stolte

trumpet

classical guitar

electric guitar Tristan Cameron Bill Damur Donald Ehret Ryan Davidson

Jeff Bryant

electric Bass

French horn

Robert Aldridge John Towill

Mary Fearon Suzanne Langor

trombone Alden Lowrey

euphonium and tuba Alden Lowrey

drums John McCormick

vocal coaching Alexandra Munn Shannon Hiebert

voice Aliya Ahmad Lary Benson Clint Hagel Ron Long Heather Meyers Michelle Milenkovic Cory Miller Lauressa Pawlowski Elizabeth Raycroft Judy-Lynn Sawchuk Svetlana Sech Maura Sharkey-Pryma

speech arts Marliss Weber

violin Marie Forestier Frank Ho Lyanne Jarillo-Alvarado Mathias Silveira

cello Caitlin Smith Ian Woodman Joanne Yu

double Bass Ioan Tetel Robert Aldridge

Music history/theory Robert Klakowich Cameron Watson

Ear Training $150, noncredit Musc 0709 (550) . . . . . . acc T, Oct 5 – Dec 7 6 – 7 pm Musc 0709 (576) . . . . . . acc S, Mar 5 – May 28 11 am – noon

Ear Training (9 – 12 years) $95, noncredit Musc 0709 (551) . . . . . cFac S, Oct 16 - Dec 4 11 – 11:45 am

Adult Musical Theatre Workshop $395, noncredit Musc 0742 (550) . . . . . cFac T, Sep 14 – Jan 18 7 – 9 pm Musc 0742 (576) . . . . . cFac T, Feb 1 – May 17 7 – 9 pm

Complete Music Rudiments $395, noncredit Musc 0700 (550) . . . . . . acc T, Oct 5 – May 10 5 – 6 pm

Keyboard harmony and composition Robert Rosen to RegisteR call 780-497-5000 • For more information, visit www.Macewan.ca/continuinged


$395, noncredit Musc 0701 (550) . . . . . . acc W, Oct 6 – May 11 4:30 – 5:30 pm

Intermediate Harmony $395, noncredit Musc 0702 (550) . . . . . . acc W, Oct 6 – May 11 5:30 – 6:30 pm

Music History 1: An Overview $395, noncredit Musc 0703 (550) . . . . . . acc W, Oct 6 – May 11 5:30 – 6:30 pm

Music History 2: Middle-Ages to Classical $395, noncredit Musc 0704 (550) . . . . . . acc W, Oct 6 – May 11 6:30 – 7:30 pm

Counterpoint, Advanced Harmony, Analysis and History 3 Private or semi-private lessons are available.

Fall Festival Competition Nov 17 – 20. Registration deadline is Oct 15, 2010.

Musc 0925 (550) noncompetitive . . . . . . . . acc Musc 0926 (550) competitive . . . . . . . . . . . acc

Schola Cantorum Children’s Choirs $295, noncredit Musc 0910 (650) (6 – 9 years) . . . . . . . . . . acc T, Sep 14 – Dec 14 and T, Jan 11 – Apr 12 5:45 – 7 pm

Schola Cantorum Women’s Choir

Beginner Keyboard (7 – 12 Years )

$325, noncredit

$395, noncredit

Musc 0913 (550) . . . . . . acc M, Sep 13 – Dec 13 and M, Jan 10 – Apr 18 7:15 – 9:15 pm

Musc 0740 (550) . . . . . . acc S, Oct 2 – May 14 10 – 11 am

Schola Cantorum Men’s and Women’s Mixed Choir $325, noncredit Musc 0910 (550) . . . . . cFac Th, Sep 16 – Apr 14 7:15 – 9:15 pm

Opera Workshop $425, noncredit Musc 0745 (550) . . . . . . acc W, TBA 6 – 8 pm Musc 0745 (576) . . . . . . acc W, TBA 6 – 8 pm

Languages for Singers and Pianists

Beginner Keyboard (Adult) $395, noncredit Musc 0740 (551) . . . . . . acc S, Oct 2 – May 14 3 – 4 pm

Music in Early Childhood $195, noncredit

Age 3 Musc 0977 (710) . . . . . . Msc W, Sep 15 – Jan 19 2 – 2:50 pm Musc 0977 (760) . . . . . . acc T, Sep 14 – Jan 18 2 – 2:50 pm

Age 4 Musc 0978 (710) . . . . . . Msc W, Sep 15 – Jan 19 3 – 3:50 pm Musc 0978 (760) . . . . . . acc T, Sep 14 – Jan 18 3 – 3:50 pm Musc 0978 (770) . . . . . . acc S, Sep 18 – Jan 22 10:30 – 11:20 am Musc 0978 (711) . . . . . . Msc W, Feb 2 – May 18 3 – 3:50 pm Musc 0978 (761) . . . . . . acc T, Feb 1 – May 17 3 – 3:50 pm Musc 0978 (771) . . . . . . acc S, Jan 29 – Jun 4 10:30 – 11:20 am

Age 5 Musc 0980 (710) . . . . . . Msc W, Sep 15 – Jan 19 4 – 4:50 pm

$300, noncredit

Musc 0977 (770) . . . . . . acc S, Sep 18 – Jan 22 9:30 – 10:20 am

Musc 0980 (760) . . . . . . acc T, Sep 14 – Jan 18 4 – 4:50 pm

Musc 0710 (550) . . . . . . acc M, TBA 5 – 6:30 pm

Musc 0977 (711) . . . . . . Msc W, Feb 2 – May 18 2 – 2:50 pm

Musc 0980 (770) . . . . . . acc S, Sep 18 – Jan 22 11 am – 12:20 pm

Musc 0710 (576) . . . . . . acc M, TBA 5 – 6:30 pm

Musc 0977 (761) . . . . . . acc T, Feb 1 – May 17 2 – 2:50 pm

Musc 0980 (711) . . . . . . Msc W, Feb 2 – May 18 4 – 4:50 pm

Voice and Piano Collaborate Repertoire Workshop

Musc 0977 (771) . . . . . . acc S, Jan 29 – Jun 4 9:30 – 10:20 am

Musc 0980 (761) . . . . . . acc T, Feb 1 – May 17 4 – 4:50 pm

$425, noncredit Musc 0745 (550) . . . . . . acc T, TBA 9:30 – 11:30 am Musc 0745 (576) . . . . . . acc T, TBA 9:30 – 11:30 am

Registration Made Easy! You can register and pay online using your VISA or MasterCard. Or you can fill out the registration form at the back of this guide and fax it to 780-497-5001. It’s as simple as that!

Musc 0980 (771) . . . . . . acc S, Jan 29 – Jun 4 11 am – 12:20 pm

G.S.T. Some of the courses and material fees listed in this calendar are subject to the Federal Goods and Services Tax (G.S.T.).

Musc 0911 (650) (10 – 14 years) . . . . . . . . acc T, Sep 14 – Dec 14 and T, Jan 11 – Apr 12 5:45 – 7 pm

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Don’t walk home alone.

Safe Walk is a Students' Association-sponsored program and is free for students and staff, operating from the fall semester through spring. For more information, or to book a walk email Safewalk@MacEwan.ca or call 780.497.5487.

www.MacEwan.ca/SA

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$75, noncredit Musc 0744 (550) . . . . . . acc Th, Oct 7 – Nov 27 4:30 – 6 pm Musc 0744 (576) . . . . . . acc Th, Mar 24 – May 26 4:30 – 6 pm

Alberta College Strings Ensemble $195, noncredit Musc 0733 (550) . . . . . . acc Su, Oct 17 – Jan 23 1:30 – 3:30 pm Musc 0733 (576) . . . . . . acc Su, Feb 6 – May 15 1:30 – 3:30 pm

Tuba Ensemble $50, noncredit Musc 0901 (550) . . . . . . acc S, Oct 9 – Nov 27 10 am – noon Musc 0901 (576) . . . . . . acc S, Mar 26 – May 14 10 am – noon

Common Abbreviations Campus Locations CCC: City Centre Campus CFAC: Centre for the Arts and Communications MSC: South Campus

MUSIC Call 780-497-4303 or email philpb@MacEwan.ca for more information. Call 780-497-5000 to register.

Guitar Basics $150, noncredit Musc 0288 (550) 12 years + . . . . . . . . . . . cFac M, Sep 20 – Nov 15 6 – 7:30 pm Musc 0288 (551) . . . . . cFac M, Sep 20 – Nov 15 7:30 – 9 pm Musc 0288 (552) . . . . . cFac T, Sep 14 – Nov 2 7:30 – 9 pm Musc 0288 (576) 12 years + . . . . . . . . . . . cFac M, Feb 7 – Apr 4 6 – 7:30 pm Musc 0288 (577) . . . . . cFac M, Feb 7 – Apr 4 7:30 – 9 pm Musc 0288 (578) . . . . . cFac T, Jan 25 – Mar 15 7:30 – 9 pm

Guitar I $130, noncredit Musc 0388 (550) . . . . . cFac T, Nov 16 – Dec 14 7:30 – 9 pm Musc 0388 (576) . . . . . cFac T, Mar 29 – Apr 26 6 – 7:30 pm

PRIVATE INSTRUMENT INSTRUCTION

Drum

Call 780-497-4364 to arrange lesson times and for further information.

Musc 0276 (576)

$275, noncredit

FALL TERM

Guitar Musc 0182 (550) Musc 0182 (551) Musc 0182 (552) Musc 0182 (553) Musc 0182 (554)

Piano Musc 0274 (550) Musc 0274 (551)

Voice Musc 0189 (550) Musc 0189 (551)

Drum

Days of the Week M – Monday T – Tuesday W – Wednesday Th – Thursday F – Friday S – Saturday Su – Sunday

Bass Sax, Flute, Clarinet Musc 0277 (576)

Five String Banjo/ Mandolin Musc 0256 (576)

Jazz Violin/Fiddle Musc 0297 (576)

Music Theory $195, noncredit Musc 0152 (550) . . . . . cFac M, Sep 20 – Nov 29 7 – 9 pm Musc 0152 (576) . . . . . cFac M, Jan 19 – Apr 6 7 – 9 pm

Studio Recording Techniques $995, noncredit

Musc 0279 (550)

Bass Musc 0276 (550)

Sax, Flute, Clarinet Musc 0277 (550)

Five String Banjo/ Mandolin Musc 0256 (550)

Jazz Violin/Fiddle Musc 0297 (550)

ACC: Alberta College Campus

Musc 0279 (576)

WINTER TERM:

Registration Made Easy! You can register and pay online using your VISA or MasterCard. Or you can fill out the registration form at the back of this guide and fax it to 780-497-5001.

Guitar

It’s as simple as that!

Musc 0274 (576) Musc 0274 (577)

Musc 0182 (576) Musc 0182 (577) Musc 0182 (578) Musc 0182 (579) Musc 0182 (580)

Piano

Musc 0150 (550) . . . . . cFac M and W, Sep 20 – Dec 6 M, 7 – 10 pm W, 7 – 9 pm

Arts Outreach Big Bands For an exceptional educational and performance opportunity, join the Tuesday or Wednesday night Big Band. A limited number of positions are available so interested participants must call 780-497-4303 for further information prior to registering.

Sign up early to save your seat in class! Early registration helps ensure classes are able to run as scheduled and avoid cancellation.

Voice Musc 0189 (576) Musc 0189 (577)

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UNDERGRADUATE NURSING COURSES/ UNIvERSITY TRANSFER AND PSYCHIATRIC NURSING For more information email mukherjees1@macewan.ca or call 780-633-3407. To register call 780-497-5000.

Human Anatomy Note: Only one of HLSC 120 or NURS 105 may be taken for program credit. Prerequisite(s) apply. $756 plus $15 material fees + gst, textbook extra, 3 credits* hlsc 120 (250) . . . . . . . ccc T, Sep 8 – Dec 15 6 – 9 pm

NURSING

NURSING • NURSING • NURSING • NURSING • NURSING • NURSING • NURSING • NURSING • NURSING • NURSING • NURSING • NURSING • NURSING

CENTRE FOR PROFESSIONAL NURSING EdUCATION

Medical Microbiology for Health Professionals Equivalency: credit for NURS 109, University of Alberta’s NURS 244 Note: Only one of HLSC 124 or MMID 133 may be taken for program credit. Prerequisite(s) apply. $756 plus $15 material fees + gst, textbook extra, university transfer, 3 credits* hlsc 124 (250) . . . . . . . ccc S, Sep 12 – Dec 19 1 – 4 pm hlsc 124 (1050) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . distance Sep 8 – Dec 15 hlsc 124 (350) . . . . . . . ccc S, Jan 8 – Apr 16 1 – 4 pm hlsc 124 (1150) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . distance Jan 5 – Apr 20

Human Physiology I

hlsc 120 (1050) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . distance Sep 8 – Dec 15

Note: Only one of HLSC 126, HLSC 122, NURS 108 or PHSL 162 may be taken for credit.

hlsc 120 (350) . . . . . . . ccc W, Jan 6 – Apr 21 6 – 9 pm

Prerequisite(s) and corequisite(s) apply.

hlsc 120 (1150) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . distance Jan 5 – Apr 20

hlsc 126 (250) . . . . . . . ccc Th, Sep 10 – Dec 17 6 – 9 pm

Income Tax Receipts You may be eligible for a tax receipt for some parttime courses. Please see “Income Tax Receipts” on page 70 to see if you qualify to receive a T2202A statement.

$756 plus $15 material fees + gst, textbook extra, 3 credits*

hlsc 126 (1050) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . distance Jan 5 – Apr 20 hlsc 126 (350) . . . . . . . ccc T, Sep 10 – Dec 17 6 – 9 pm hlsc 126 (1150) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . distance Jan 5 – Apr 20

Human Physiology II Note: Only one of HLSC 128, HLSC 122, NURS 108 or PHSL 162 may be taken for credit. Prerequisite(s) apply. $756 plus $15 material fees + gst, textbook extra, 3 credits* hlsc 128 (1050) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . distance Jan 5 – Apr 20 hlsc 128 (350) . . . . . . . ccc Th, Jan 7 – Apr 22 6 – 9 pm hlsc 128 (1150) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . distance Jan 5 – Apr 20

Human Sexuality Note: This course was formerly numbered HLST 110. Students with credit in HLST 110 may not take HLST 210 for credit. $756 plus $15 material fee + gst, text book extra, university transfer, 3 credits* hlst 210 (250) . . . . . . . . ccc W, Sep 9 – Dec 15 6 – 9 pm hlst 210 (350) . . . . . . . . ccc W, Jan 6 – Apr 21 6 – 9 pm

Teaching and Learning Note: This course is not to be taken as an elective option by students in the Bachelor of Science in Nursing program. Prerequisite(s) apply. $756 plus $20 material fee + gst, textbook extra, 3 credits* hlst 300 (110) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . distance Sep 8 – Dec 15 hlst 300 (120) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . distance Jan 5 – Apr 20

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visit our website at www.MacEwan.ca/rn courses for healthcare professionals. Call 780-497-5109 or email schwanbeckb@macewan.ca for more information. To register call 780-497-5000.

Caring for the Palliative Care Patient $184 pacR 0150 (870) . . . distance Sep 7 – Dec 18

Supportive Environments for Palliative Care Patients $184 pacR 0151 (870) . . . distance Sep 7 – Dec 18

Alternatives to Traditional Health Care $184, text extra pacR 0152 (850) . . . distance Jan 5 – Apr 18

Communication skills for Palliative Care Workers $184, text extra pacR 0153 (870) . . . distance Jan 5 – Apr 18

Open 24/7 Did you know you can register for both credit and noncredit courses online? Go to http://webadvisor. MacEwan.ca, and register now using your VISA or MasterCard.

dISABILITY MANAGEMENT IN THE WORKPLACE dIPLOMA visit our website at www.MacEwan.ca/disability, call 780-497-5727, or email romanykm@macewan.ca for more information. To register call 780-497-5000.

Registration for fall courses opens August 9, 2010 and closes September 15, 2010. Registration for winter courses opens November 15, 2010 and closes January 14, 2011.

Essential Anatomy and Physiology $638, plus $30 material fee, $25 e-tech fee, text extra, 3 credits* dMWp 100 (1500) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . distance Sep 5 – Dec 18 dMWp 100 (1600) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . distance Jan 2 – Apr 23

Medical and Pharmaceutical Concepts Prerequisite(s) apply. $638, plus $27 material fee, $25 e-tech fee, text extra, 3 credits* dMWp 102 (1500) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . distance Sep 5 – Dec 18

Interpersonal Skills Development $638, plus $26 material fee, $25 e-tech fee, text extra, 3 credits* intd 105 (1500) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . distance Sep 5 – Dec 18

Ethics and Professionalism in Disability Management

$638, plus $53 material fee, $25 e-tech fee, text extra, 3 credits* hlst 121 (1500) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . distance Sep 5 – Dec 18

Disability Management Program Design

Prerequisite(s) apply.

Prerequisite(s) apply.

$638, plus $72 material fee, $25 e-tech fee, text extra, 3 credits*

$638, plus $30 material fee, $25 e-tech fee, text extra, 3 credits*

dMWp 110 (1500) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . distance Sep 5 – Dec 18

dMWp 200 (1500) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . distance Sep 5 – Dec 18

dMWp 110 (1600) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . distance Jan 2 – Apr 23

Trends and Issues in Disability Management

Health, Social and Legislative Foundations

$638, plus $96 material fee, $25 e-tech fee, text extra, 3 credits*

$638, plus $46 material fee, $25 e-tech fee, text extra, 3 credits*

dMWp 204 (1500) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . distance Sep 5 – Dec 18

dMWp 112 (1600) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . distance Jan 2 – Apr 23

Evidence Based Practice in Disability Management

Conflict and Crisis Management in Return to Work $638, plus $44 material fee, $25 e-tech fee, text extra, 3 credits*

dMWp 102 (1600) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . distance Jan 2 – Apr 23

dMWp 114 (1600) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . distance Jan 2 – Apr 23

Introduction to Disability Management

Return to Work Management

$638, plus $41 material fee, $25 e-tech fee, text extra, 3 credits*

$638, plus $78 material fee, $25 e-tech fee, text extra, 3 credits*

dMWp 104 (1500) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . distance Sep 5 – Dec 18

Introduction to Case Management

Prerequisite(s) apply.

dMWp 116 (1600) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . distance Jan 2 – Apr 23

$638, plus $34 material fee, $25 e-tech fee, text extra, 3 credits* dMWp 210 (1500) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . distance Sep 5 – Dec 18

Health and Safety Issues in Disability Management $638, plus $35 material fee, $25 e-tech fee, text extra, 3 credits* dMWp 212 (1600) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . distance Jan 2 – Apr 23

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Treatment and Prevention Activities $638, plus $38 material fee, $25 e-tech fee, text extra, 3 credits* dMWp 214 (1600) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . distance Jan 2 – Apr 23

Disability Management Program Evaluation $638, plus $35 material fee, $25 e-tech fee, text extra, 3 credits* dMWp 216 (1600) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . distance Jan 2 – Apr 23

OCCUPATIONAL HEALTH NURSING CERTIFICATE visit our website at www.MacEwan.ca/ohn, call 780-497-5727, or email romanykm@macewan.ca for more information. To register call 780-497-5000.

Registration for fall courses opens August 9, 2010 and closes September 15, 2010. Registration for winter courses opens November 15, 2010 and closes January 14, 2011.

Introduction to Occupational Health $594, plus $42 material fee, $25 e-tech fee, text extra, 3 credits* occh 300 (1000) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . distance Sep 5 – Dec 18 occh 300 (1100) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . distance Jan 2 – Apr 23

Occupational Environments

Health Surveillance

Obtaining Blood Samples

$689, plus $60, material fee, $25 e-tech fee, text extra, 3 credits*

$594, plus $75 material fee, $25 e-tech fee, 3 credits*

Prerequisite(s) apply.

occh 301 (1000) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . distance Sep 5 – Dec 18

Occupational Health Screening $689, plus $56 material fee, $25 e-tech fee, text extra, 3 credits* occh 302 (1000) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . distance Jan 2 – Apr 23

Field Visits in Occupational Health $499, plus $11 material fee, $25 e-tech fee, 2 credits* occh 303 (1000) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . distance Sep 5 – Dec 18

Occupational Health Program Development $594, plus $42 material fee, $25 e-tech fee, text extra, 3 credits*

occh 308 (1100) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . distance Jan 2 – Apr 23

Field Project $499, plus $16 material fee, $4 technology fee, 2 credits* occh 309 (2) . . . . . . distance Sep 5 – Dec 18 occh 309 (2) . . . . . . distance Jan 2 – Apr 23

Audiometric Technician Course $404, plus $29 material fee, $2 technology fee, 1 credit* occh 321 (830) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . distance Sep 5 – Dec 18 occh 321 (830) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . distance Jan 2 – Apr 23

Spirometry Technician Course $404, plus $31 material fee, $2 technology fee, 1 credit*

occh 304 (1100) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . distance Jan 2 – Apr 23

occh 322 (830) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . distance Sep 5 – Dec 18

Trends and Issues in Occupational Health

occh 322 (830) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . distance Jan 2 – Apr 23

$594, plus $52 material fee, $25 e-tech fee, text extra, 3 credits*

Vision Screening

occh 306 (1000) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . distance Sep 5 – Dec 18

Occupational Toxicology $594, plus $37 material fee, $25 e-tech fee, text extra, 3 credits*

$404, plus $19 material fee, $2 technology fee, 1 credit* occh 323 (830) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . distance Sep 5 – Dec 18 occh 323 (830) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . distance Jan 2 – Apr 23

$404, plus $19 material fee, $2 technology fee, textbook extra, 1 credit* occh 324 (830) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . distance Sep 5 – Dec 18 occh 324 (830) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . distance Jan 2 – Apr 23

Audiometric Technician Recertification Course Prerequisite(s) apply. $235 occh 0321 (830) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . distance Sep 26 – Nov 27 occh 0321 (830) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . distance Jan 23 – Mar 26

Spirometry Technician Recertification Course Prerequisite(s) apply. $235 occh 0322 (830) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . distance Sep 26 – Nov 27 occh 0322 (830) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . distance Jan 23 – Mar 26

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occh 307 (1100) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . distance Jan 2 – Apr 23

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For more information call 780-497-5109 or toll-free at 1-866-221-2882 or email schwanbeckb@macewan.ca

Note: These courses are restricted to Registered Licensed Practical Nurses. These courses provide Practical Nurses (LPNs) with the hands-on skills required to work alongside surgeons, registered nurses, and other health professionals in a challenging, fast-paced, and team-oriented environment – the operating room.

Introduction to LPN Perioperative Nursing $1040 plus $56 material fee, 4 credits* lpnR 300 (830) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . distance Sep 7 – Dec 17 lpnR 300 (850) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . distance Jan 5 – Apr 21

Perioperative Nursing Theory Prerequisite(s) apply. $1040 plus $60 material fee, 4 credits* lpnR 301 (830) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . distance Sep 7 – Dec 17 lpnR 301 (850) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . distance Jan 5 – Apr 21

Perioperative Techniques Prerequisite(s) apply. $1194 plus $24 material fee, 2 credits* lpnR 302 (850) On-site lab over two weeks

Perioperative Clinical Preceptorship

Concepts of Anesthesia within Perioperative Nursing

Prerequisite(s) apply.

Prerequisite(s) apply.

$1479 plus $24 material fee, 7 credits*

$697 plus $62 material fee, 2 credits*

lpnR 303 (870)

pBns 402 (830) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . distance Sep 7 – Dec 17

WINTER/SPRING 2011

WINTER/SPRING 2011

PERIOPERATIVE NURSING FOR REGISTEREd NURSES (RN) POST-dIPLOMA CERTIFICATE For more information call 780-497-5109 or toll-free at 1-866-221-2882 or email schwanbeckb@macewan.ca

Perioperative Nursing for Registered Nurses program is designed for registered nurses who are interested in pursuing a career in surgical nursing. Nurses in the perioperative field provide care and support to patients before, during, and after surgery. Ultimately, nurses are responsible for maintaining a sterile environment in the operating room, monitoring the patient during surgery, and coordinating care throughout the process. Note: Students must apply to the program.

Foundations of Perioperative Nursing Practice $697 plus $68 material fee, 2 credits* pBns 401 (830) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . distance Sep 7 – Dec 17 pBns 401 (850) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . distance Jan 5 – Apr 21

pBns 402 (850) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . distance Jan 5 – Apr 21

Perioperative Nursing in the Perioperative Intraoperative and Postoperative Environment Prerequisite(s) apply. $1040 plus $74 material fee, 4 credits* pBns 403 (850) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . distance Sep 7 – Dec 17 pBns 403 (870) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . distance Jan 5 – Apr 21

Fundamentals of Perioperative Techniques Prerequisite(s) apply.

POST-BASIC NURSING COURSES/ UNIVERSITY TRANSFER Call 780-633-3407, or email mukherjees1@macewan.ca for more information. To register call 780-497-5000.

Health Assessment $756, plus $65 material fee, plus $20 special fee + $6 technology fee, text extra, 3 credits* nuRs 340 (830) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . distance Sep 5 – Dec 18 nuRs 340 (830) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . distance Jan 2 – Apr 23

Nursing Research Processes $756 plus $68 material fee + $6 technology fee, text extra, 3 credits* nuRs 341 (830) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . distance Sep 5 – Dec 18 nuRs 341 (830) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . distance Jan 2 – Apr 23

$1176 plus $24 material fee, 2 credits* pBns 404 (850) In class TBA over two weeks

WINTER/SPRING 2011

Perioperative Clinicial Preceptorship Prerequisite(s) apply. $1706 plus $24 material fee + gst, 8 credits* pBns 405 (870)

Register Early When you register in a course at MacEwan, we try our very best to ensure your needs are met. If you’re thinking about taking a course, make the process easier by registering EARLY. The earlier you register, the more opportunities you have for a rewarding educational experience that fits YOUR schedule. Don’t delay – register TODAY!

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POST-BASIC NURSING PRACTICE: HOSPICE PALLIATIVE CARE OR GERONTOLOGY visit our website at www.MacEwan.ca/rn, call 780-497-5109 or toll free: 1-866-221-2882 or email schwanbeckb@macewan.ca for more information. To register call 780-497-5000.

Prerequisite: Applicants must be actively registered in Canada as one of the following: registered nurse, registered psychiatric nurse or graduate nurse with a temporary permit. Registration deadline for fall courses is September 15, 2010. Deadline for winter courses is January 15, 2011.

Life Decisions and Moral Dilemmas $607 plus $60 material fee, plus $4, 2 credits* nuRs 475 (1) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . distance Jan 5 – Apr 16

Coordinating Care Delivery Resources $607 plus $44 material fee, 2 credits* nuRs 476 (1) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . distance May 2 – Aug 17

Advanced Therapeutic Relations $756 plus $57 material fee, 3 credits* nuRs 477 (1) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . distance Sep 7 – Dec 17

Palliative Symptoms and Complications

Clinical Application of Wound Management

$458 plus $13 material fee, 1 credit*

$905 plus $57 material fee, 4 credits*

Prerequisite(s) apply.

nuRs 478 (1) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . distance Jan 5 – Apr 16

nuRs 485 (1) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . distance Jan 5 – Apr 16

Field Project Prerequisite(s) apply.

Conceptualizing Gerontological Nursing Practice $607 plus $50 material fee, 2 credits* nuRs 480 (1) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . distance Sep 7 – Dec 17

Responding to the Older Adult’s Health Status $905 plus $55 material fee, 4 credits* nuRs 481 (1) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . distance May 2 – Aug 17

Dementia Care in the Elderly $905 plus $73 material fee, 4 credits* nuRs 482 (1) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . distance Jan 5 – Apr 16

Conceptualizing Hospice Palliative Care $905 plus $53 material fee, 4 credits* nuRs 483 (1) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . distance Sep 7 – Dec 17

Pain Assessment and Management $905 plus $54 material fee, 4 credits* nuRs 484 (1) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . distance Sep 7 – Dec 17

WOUNd MANAGEMENT POST-BASIC CERTIFICATE

$756 plus $10 + gst material fee, 3 credits* hlst 352 (750) . . . . . . clinical May 10 – Aug 18 laB tBa . . . . . . . . . . distance

Drain Sites, Fistulas, and Peristomal Complications Prerequisite(s) apply.

Call 780-497-5109, toll free 1-866-221-2882 or email schwanbeckb@macewan.ca for information. For admission applications go to www.MacEwan.ca/apply.

$756 plus $87 material fee, 3 credits*

The program will provide health care practitioners with the specialty knowledge and expertise required to work in a practice setting with patients who have complex wounds resulting from a variety of disease pathologies and factors.

Vascular Assessment of Lower Extremities

Principles of Wound Assessment and Management $756 plus $298 material fee, 3 credits* hlst 350 (550) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . distance Sep 10 – Dec 17 laB tBa . . . . . . . . . . distance hlst 350 (650) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . distance Jan 10 – Apr 18 laB tBa . . . . . . . . . . distance

Management of Chronic and Problem Acute Wounds Prerequisite(s) apply. $756 plus $65 material fee, 3 credits* hlst 351 (650) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . distance Jan 10 – Apr 18

hlst 353 . . . . . . . . . distance Sep 10 – Dec 17 laB tBa . . . . . . . . . . distance

Prerequisite(s) apply. $756 plus $30 material fee, 3 credits* hlst 355 . . . . . . . . . distance Jan 10 – Apr 18 laB tBa . . . . . . . . . . distance

HEALTH CARE SKILLS CLINICAL NURSING REFRESHER SKILLS Call 780-497-4511 or email griffind2@macewan.ca for information and registration. visit www.hcs.MacEwan.ca/health for course lists and content descriptions.

Note: Must be an RN or RPN. $687 plus $99.75 (gst included) material fees, $10 library id fee may apply, non-credit nuRs 0334 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . distance Monthly intake – complete within four months

laB tBa . . . . . . . . . . distance

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Call 780-497-4511 or email griffind2@macewan for Saturday lab dates and registration. visit www.hcs.MacEwan.ca/health for course lists and content descriptions.

PROFESSIONAL dEVELOPMENT MOdULES FOR HEALTH CARE PROFESSIONALS Call 780-497-4511 or email griffind2@macewan.ca for information and to register.

Note: Must be an RN, LPN, EMT-A, RPN, RTR, MRT.

visit www.hcs.MacEwan.ca/health for course lists and content descriptions.

$170 plus $60 + gst material fee, noncredit

Tuitions vary, non-credit

nuRs 0151 . . . . . . . . . . . ccc

PREPARING FOR NURSING ExAMS WORKSHOP Call 780-497-4511 or email griffind2@macewan.ca for information; call 780-497-5000 to register. visit www.hcs.MacEwan.ca/health for course lists and content descriptions.

$388 plus $63 (gst included) material fee, noncredit nuRs 0200 930 . . . . . . . ccc W, Th and F, Aug 18 – 20 9 am – 4 pm nuRs 0200 910 . . . . . . . ccc W, Th and F, Jan 5 – 7 9 am – 4 pm nuRs 0200 920 . . . . . . . ccc M, T and W, May 2 – 4 9 am – 4 pm

Sign up early to save your seat in class! Early registration helps ensure classes are able to run as scheduled and avoid cancellation.

distance delivery Monthly intake – complete within four months

BASIC ECG RHYTHM INTERPRETATION Call 780-497-4511 or email griffind2@macewan.ca for more information and registration. visit www.hcs.MacEwan.ca/health for course lists and content descriptions.

$227 plus $24 material fee, noncredit nuRs 0152 . . . . . . . . . . online Monthly intake – complete within four months

ISSUES IN BREASTFEEdING PRACTICE: WHAT HEALTH CARE PRACTITIONERS NEEd TO KNOW Call 780-497-4511 or email griffind2@macewan.ca for more information and registration. visit www.hcs.MacEwan.ca/health for course lists and content descriptions.

$369 plus $49 material fee, text extra, noncredit nuRs 0191 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . distance Monthly intake – complete within six months

NURSING REFRESHER Call 780-497-5726 or email tripodid2@macewan.ca to receive an information package, attend an information session, or for more information. Self-paced nursingtheory courses, skills practice, and the clinical practicum prepare RNs for re-entry to active practice. CARNA verification is required. Monthly intake.

NURSE CREdENTIALLING

SPECIFIC STUdY – ONE CREdIT NURSING COURSES Call 780-497-4511 or email griffind2@macewan.ca for more information and registration. visit www.MacEwan.ca/rn for course content descriptions.

RNs can review or update their knowledge in specific areas of nursing with the following theorybased self-study courses: $404, plus material fee (varies per course), plus $2 tech fee, text extra (if applicable), 1 credit*

visit www.MacEwan.ca/ nursecredentialling. Call 780-497-5228 or email rn@macewan.ca for more information.

NURS 304 Home Care Nursing

Nursing specialty courses are selfpaced and can be completed within four months. Some require clinical experience. Courses are offered on a monthly or bi-monthly basis. CARNA verification is required.

NURS 307 Oncology Nursing

A note about Prerequisites Admission to some courses may require the completion of one or more prerequisites. It is the responsibility of the student to ensure that they meet the prerequisites for a course. Credit courses Prerequisites for credit courses can be found in the course listings of the Academic Calendar, available as a PDF online at www.MacEwan.ca/ calendar, or by contacting the program. Noncredit courses Prerequisites for noncredit courses can be checked on the web at www.MacEwan. ca/continuinged, or by contacting the program.

NURS 305 Mental Health Disorders NURS 306 Nursing Care of the Childbearing Family NURS 308 Pediatrics NURS 311 Gerontological Nursing NURS 312 Trauma Nursing distance delivery Monthly Intake – complete within four months

WORKSHOPS FOR HEALTH CARE PROFESSIONALS Call 780-497-4511 or email griffind2@macewan.ca for workshop dates and registration.

Health Assessment of the Frail Elder Restricted to RNs and LPNs. $200, plus $31.50 (gst included) material fee, noncredit nuRs 0340 TBA winter 2011

Ankle Brachial Index Note: Must be an RN, LPN, Occupational Therapist, Physiotherapist, Physician $394, noncredit hlst 0325

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ARTS ANd SCIENCE UNIVERSITY TRANSFER ANd COLLEGE CREdIT

ANTHROPOLOGY

Call 780-497-INFO (4636) for information or visit our website at www.MacEwan.ca/balance. Call 780-497-5000 to register.

anth 101 (550) . . . . . . . ccc W, Sep 8 – Dec 15 6 – 9 pm

University transfer credit may be used toward obtaining a Bachelor of Arts, Commerce, Education, Science, Physical Education, Bachelor of Applied Communications in Professional Writing or Science in Nursing degree. College credit may be used toward a college certificate or diploma. Please refer to the Alberta Transfer Guide outlining the transfer arrangements between MacEwan and other universities or contact the Registrar’s Office for further information. Check the website at www.acat.gov.ab.ca. Note: to receive transfer credit for any of the university transfer courses or to use the course to satisfy a prerequisite requirement, a minimum grade of “C-“must be attained. Note: Courses are subject to enrolment and space availability. University and college credit courses will be cancelled one week prior to the start of classes if minimum enrolment is not met. Visiting students: students registered in faculties at other institutions (such as the University of Alberta) should ensure that they have permission from their faculty to register in MacEwan continuing education courses.

Introduction to Anthropology $720, university transfer, 3 credits*

anth 101 (550) . . . . . . . ccc M, Jan 10 – Apr 18 6 – 9 pm

Contemporary Aboriginal Issues Prerequisite(s) apply. $720, university transfer, 3 credits* anth 340 (550) . . . . . . . ccc T, Jan 11 – Apr 19 6 – 9 pm

Cross-cultural Perspectives on Health and Healing Prerequisite(s) apply.

Gender, Age and Culture $720, university transfer, 3 credits* anth 110 (550) . . . . . . . ccc Th, Jan 6 – Apr 21 6 – 9 pm

Linguistic Anthropology $720, university transfer, 3 credits* anth 208 (550) . . . . . . . ccc W, Jan 5 – Apr 20 6 – 9 pm

World Prehistory $720, university transfer, 3 credits* anth 219 (550) . . . . . . . ccc M, Sep 13 – Dec 13 6 – 9 pm

$720, university transfer, 3 credits* anth 393 (550) . . . . . . . ccc Th, Jan 6 – Apr 21 6 – 9 pm

BIOLOGY Introductory Biochemistry Prerequisite(s) apply. $720, university transfer, 3 credits* BicM 200 (568) . . . . . . . . ccc T and Th, Sep 7 – Dec 16 12:30 – 2 pm BicM 200 (568) . . . . . . . . ccc M, W and F, Jan 5 – Apr 20 8 – 9 am

North American Aboriginal Peoples

Common Abbreviations

$720, university transfer, 3 credits*

CCC: City Centre Campus

anth 250 (550) . . . . . . . ccc T, Sep 7 – Dec 14 6 – 9 pm

Peoples and Cultures of South America $720, university transfer, 3 credits* anth 262 (550) . . . . . . . ccc Th, Sep 9 – Dec 16 6 – 9 pm anth 262 (553) . . . . . . . ccc W, Jan 5 – Apr 20 2 – 5 pm

Campus Locations CFAC: Centre for the Arts and Communications MSC: South Campus ACC: Alberta College Campus

Days of the Week M – Monday T – Tuesday W – Wednesday Th – Thursday F – Friday S – Saturday Su – Sunday

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Organisms in Their Environment

Molecular Genetics and Heredity

Genetics of Bacteria

Prerequisite(s) apply.

Prerequisite(s) apply.

Prerequisite(s) apply.

Note: BIOL 107 and BIOL 108 may be taken in either order.

Note: BIOL 107 and BIOL 108 may be taken in either order.

$720 plus $40 + gst material fee, university transfer, 3 credits*

$720, university transfer, 3 credits*

$720, + $25 + gst material fee, university transfer, 3 credits*

$720 plus $25 + gst material fee, university transfer, 3 credits*

Biol 107 (568) . . . . . . . . ccc T and Th, Sep 7 – Dec 16 2 – 3:30 pm

Biol 108 (568) . . . . . . . . ccc T and Th, Sep 7 – Dec 16 12:30 – 2 pm

Biol 207 (568) . . . . . . . . ccc T and Th, Sep 7 – Dec 16 3:30 – 5 pm

Biol 107l (568) . . . . . . . ccc Lab: Th, Sep 16 – Dec 9 4:30 – 7:30 pm

Biol 108l (568) . . . . . . . ccc Lab: T, Sep 14 – Dec 7 4:30 – 7:30 pm

Biol 107 (569) . . . . . . . . ccc M, W and F, Sep 8 – Dec 17 11 am – noon

Biol 108 (569) . . . . . . . . ccc M, W and F, Sep 8 – Dec 17 1 – 2 pm

Biol 107l (569) . . . . . . . ccc Lab: M, Sep 13 – Dec 6 4 – 7 pm

Biol 108l (569) . . . . . . . ccc Lab: Th, Sep 16 – Dec 9 4:30 – 7:30 pm

Biol 107 (568) . . . . . . . . ccc T and Th, Jan 6 – Apr 21 12:30 – 2 pm

Biol 108 (568) . . . . . . . . ccc T and Th, Jan 6 – Apr 21 3:30 – 5 pm

Biol 107l (568) . . . . . . . ccc Lab: T, Jan 11 – Apr 12 4:30 – 7:30 pm

Biol 108l (568) . . . . . . . ccc Lab: T, Jan 11 – Apr 12 12:30 – 3:30 pm

Biol 107l (569) . . . . . . . ccc Lab: Th, Jan 13 – Apr 14 4:30 – 7:30 pm

Biol 108l (569) . . . . . . . ccc Lab: Th, Jan 13 – Apr 14 12:30 – 3:30 pm

Eukaryotic Cellular Biology I Need information on transferring courses between institutions? Please refer to the Online Alberta Transfer Guide (OATG) outlining the transfer arrangements between MacEwan and other universities or contact the Office of the Registrar for further information. Check the website at www.acat.gov.ab.ca.

Prerequisite(s) apply. $720, university transfer, 3 credits* Biol 201 (568) . . . . . . . . ccc T and Th, Jan 6 – Apr 21 12:30 – 2 pm

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Biol 207l (568) . . . . . . . ccc Lab: M, Sep 13 – Dec 6 8 – 11 am Biol 207 (568) . . . . . . . . ccc M, W and F, Jan 5 – Apr 20 3 – 4 pm Biol 207l (568) . . . . . . . ccc Lab: M, Jan 10 – Apr 11 8 – 11 am

Principles of Ecology Prerequisite(s) apply. $720 plus $15 + gst material fee + $25 special fee, university transfer, 3 credits* Biol 208 (568) . . . . . . . . ccc T and Th, Sep 7 – Dec 16 12:30 – 2 pm Biol 208l (568) . . . . . . . ccc Lab: Th, Sep 16 – Dec 9 8 – 11 am

Fundamentals of Plant Biology

Prerequisite(s) apply.

gene 270 (568) . . . . . . . ccc T and Th, Jan 6 – Apr 21 8 – 9:30 am gene 270s (568) . . . . . . ccc Seminar: M, Jan 10 – Apr 18 3 – 4 pm gene 270s (569) . . . . . . ccc Seminar: M, Jan 10 – Apr 18 11 am – noon

Vertebrate Diversity Prerequisite(s) apply. $720 plus $40 special fee, university transfer, 3 credits* Zool 224 (568) . . . . . . . ccc M, W and F, Jan 5 – Apr 20 11 am – noon Zool 224l (568) . . . . . . ccc Lab: Th, Jan 13 – Apr 14 8 – 11 am

Comparative Anatomy of the Vertebrates Prerequisite(s) apply. $720 plus $40 + gst material fee, university transfer, 3 credits*

Prerequisite(s) apply.

Zool 225 (568) . . . . . . . ccc M, W and F, Sep 8 – Dec 17 1 – 2 pm

$720 plus $25 + gst material fee + $15 special fee, university transfer, 3 credits*

Zool 225l (568) . . . . . . ccc Lab: Th, Sep 16 – Dec 9 8 – 11 am

Botn 205 (568) . . . . . . . ccc T and Th, Sep 7 – Dec 16 3:30 – 5 pm Botn 205l (568) . . . . . . ccc Lab: T, Sep 14 – Dec 7 12:30 – 3:30 pm

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Introduction to Cell Biology

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Animal Physiology I Prerequisite(s) apply. $720, university transfer, 3 credits* Zool 241 (568) . . . . . . . ccc M, W and F, Sep 8 – Dec 17 4 – 5 pm Zool 241s (568) . . . . . . ccc Seminar: M, Sep 13 – Dec 6 3 – 4 pm Zool 241s (569) . . . . . . ccc Seminar: M, Sep 13 – Dec 6 2 – 3 pm

Animal Physiology II Prerequisite(s) apply. $720, university transfer, 3 credits* Zool 242 (568) . . . . . . . ccc M, W and F, Jan 5 – Apr 20 10 – 11 am Zool 242s (568) . . . . . . ccc Seminar: W, Jan 12 – Apr 13 2 – 3 pm

Introductory University Chemistry I

Analytical Chemistry I

Organic Chemistry I

Prerequisite(s) apply.

Prerequisite(s) apply.

$720 plus $70 + gst material fee, university transfer, 3 credits*

Note: credit can only be obtained in one of CHEM 161 or CHEM 164 or CHEM 261. Prerequisite(s) apply.

$720 plus $25 + gst material fee, university transfer, 3 credits* cheM 101 (568) . . . . . . . ccc W and F, Sep 8 – Dec 17 2 – 4 pm cheM 101l (568) . . . . . . ccc Lab: W, Sep 15 – Dec 8 4 – 7 pm cheM 101l (569) . . . . . . ccc Lab: T, Sep 14 – Dec 7 4:30 – 7:30 pm cheM 101 (568) . . . . . . . ccc T and Th, Jan 6 – Apr 21 Noon – 2 pm cheM 101l (568) . . . . . . ccc Lab: Th, Jan 13 – Apr 14 4:30 – 7:30 pm cheM 101l (569) . . . . . . ccc Lab: F, Jan 14 – Apr 15 8 – 11 am

Survey of the Invertebrates

Introductory University Chemistry II

Prerequisite(s) apply.

Prerequisite(s) apply.

$720 plus $40 +gst material fee, university transfer, 3 credits*

$720 plus $25 + gst material fee, university transfer, 3 credits*

Zool 250 (568) . . . . . . . ccc M, W and F, Jan 5 – Apr 20 9 – 10 am

cheM 102 (568) . . . . . . . ccc W and F, Sep 8 – Dec 17 8 – 10 am

Zool 250l (568) . . . . . . ccc Lab: T, Jan 11 – Apr 12 8 – 11 am

cheM 102l (568) . . . . . . ccc Lab: M, Sep 13 – Dec 6 4 – 7 pm

CHEMISTRY Pre-Engineering Chemistry Prerequisite(s) apply. $660, 3 credits* cheM 0095 (550) . . . . . . ccc M, Jan 10 – Apr 18 6 – 9 pm

cheM 102 (568) . . . . . . . ccc T and Th, Jan 6 – Apr 21 2 – 4 pm cheM 102l (568) . . . . . . ccc Lab: T, Jan 11 – Apr 12 4:30 – 7:30 pm cheM 102l (569) . . . . . . ccc Lab: Th, Jan 13 – Apr 14 4:30 – 7:30 pm

cheM 211 (568) . . . . . . . ccc T and Th, Sep 7 – Dec 16 11 am – 12:30 pm cheM 211l (568) . . . . . . ccc Lab: T, Sep 14 – Dec 7 2 – 6 pm

Analytical Chemistry II Prerequisite(s) apply. $720 plus $70 + gst material fee, university transfer, 3 credits* cheM 213 (568) . . . . . . . ccc T and Th, Jan 6 – Apr 21 9:30 – 11 am cheM 213l (568) . . . . . . ccc Lab: T, Jan 11 – Apr 12 2 – 6 pm

Main Group Chemistry Prerequisite(s) apply.

$720 plus $25 + gst material fee, university transfer, 3 credits* cheM 261 (568) . . . . . . . ccc T and Th, Sep 7 – Dec 16 8 – 9:30 am cheM 261l (568) . . . . . . ccc Lab: Th, Sep 16 – Dec 9 4:30 – 7:30 pm

Organic Chemistry II Prerequisite(s) apply. $720 plus $25 + gst material fee, university transfer, 3 credits* cheM 263 (568) . . . . . . . ccc M, W and F, Sep 8 – Dec 17 Noon – 1 pm cheM 263l (568) . . . . . . ccc Lab: T, Sep 14 – Dec 7 8 – 11 am

$720 plus $50 + gst material fee, university transfer, 3 credits*

cheM 263 (568) . . . . . . . ccc M, W and F, Jan 5 – Apr 20 9 – 10 am

cheM 231 (568) . . . . . . . ccc T and Th, Sep 7 – Dec 16 9:30 – 11 am

cheM 263l (568) . . . . . . ccc Lab: F, Jan 14 – Apr 15 Noon – 3 pm

cheM 231l (568) . . . . . . ccc Lab: M, Sep 13 – Dec 6 1 – 5 pm

Atomic and Molecular Structure

Transition-Metal Chemistry

$720, university transfer, 3 credits*

Prerequisite(s) apply.

Prerequisite(s) apply.

$720 plus $50 + gst material fee, university transfer, 3 credits*

cheM 282 (568) . . . . . . . ccc M, W and F, Sep 8 – Dec 17 10 – 11 am

cheM 233 (568) . . . . . . . ccc T and Th, Jan 6 – Apr 21 8 – 9:30 am

cheM 282l (568) . . . . . . ccc Lab: T, Sep 14 – Dec 7 11 am – 2 pm

cheM 233l (568) . . . . . . ccc Lab: W, Jan 12 – Apr 13 1 – 5 pm

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Prerequisite(s) apply. $720 plus $50 + gst material fee, university transfer, 3 credits* cheM 283 (568) . . . . . . . ccc M, W and F, Jan 5 – Apr 20 9 – 10 am cheM 283l (568) . . . . . . ccc Lab: Th, Jan 13 – Apr 14 Noon – 3 pm

Applied Spectroscopy Prerequisite(s) apply. $720 plus $50 + gst material fee, university transfer, 3 credits* cheM 291 (568) . . . . . . . ccc M, W and F, Jan 5 – Apr 20 11 am – noon cheM 291l (568) . . . . . . ccc Lab: M, Jan 10 – Apr 11 1 – 5 pm

CLASSICS Greek and Roman Mythology $720, university transfer, 3 credits* clas 102 (550). . . . . . . . ccc W, Sep 8 – Dec 15 6 – 9 pm clas 102 (550). . . . . . . . ccc W, Jan 5 – Apr 20 6 – 9 pm

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COMPUTING SCIENCE Introduction to Computing I Note: Students with no previous computing experience should enroll in CMPT 101 instead of CMPT 114. Credit cannot be obtained for CMPT 101 if credit has already been granted for CMPT 114. If a student takes CMPT 101 before CMPT 114 or at the same time as CMPT 114 then credit will be granted for both. $720, university transfer, 3 credits* cMpt 101 (550) . . . . . . . ccc W, Sep 8 – Dec 15 6 – 9 pm cMpt 101l (550) . . . . . . ccc Lab: M, Sep 13 – Dec 6 6 – 9 pm cMpt 101 (550) . . . . . . . ccc W, Jan 5 – Apr 20 6 – 9 pm cMpt 101l (550) . . . . . . ccc Lab: M, Jan 10 – Apr 11 6 – 9 pm

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Introduction to Computing II

Programming With Data Structures

Note: credit can only be obtained in one of CMPT 103 or CMPT 114.

Note: credit can only be obtained in one of CMPT 115 or CMPT 200.

Prerequisite(s) apply.

Prerequisite(s) apply.

$720, university transfer, 3 credits*

$720, university transfer, 3 credits*

cMpt 103 (568) . . . . . . . ccc T and Th, Sep 7 – Dec 16 11 am – 12:30 pm

cMpt 115 (568) . . . . . . . ccc M, W, and F, Sep 8 – Dec 17 Noon – 1 pm

cMpt 103l (568) . . . . . . ccc Lab: W, Sep 15 – Dec 8 2 – 5 pm

cMpt 115l (568) . . . . . . ccc Lab: M, Sep 13 – Dec 6 8 – 11 am

cMpt 103l (569) . . . . . . ccc Lab: M, Sep 13 – Dec 6 11 am – 2 pm

cMpt 115 (568) . . . . . . . ccc M, W and F, Jan 5 – Apr 20 9 – 10 am

cMpt 103 (568) . . . . . . . ccc T and Th, Jan 6 – Apr 21 9:30 – 11 am

cMpt 115l (568) . . . . . . ccc Lab: Th, Jan 13 – Apr 14 2 – 5 pm

cMpt 103l (568) . . . . . . ccc Lab: F, Jan 14 – Apr 15 8 – 11 am

cMpt 115l (569) . . . . . . ccc Lab: Th, Jan 13 – Apr 14 8 – 11 am

cMpt 103l (569) . . . . . . ccc Lab: T, Jan 11 – Apr 12 11 am – 2 pm

Data Structures and their Algorithms

Introduction to Computing Science

Note: credit can only be obtained in one of CMPT 115 or CMPT 200. Prerequisite(s) apply.

Note: credit can only be obtained in one of CMPT 114 or CMPT 103. Students with no previous computing experience should register in CMPT 101 before CMPT 114.

$720, university transfer, 3 credits*

Prerequisite(s) apply.

cMpt 200l (568) . . . . . . ccc Lab: T, Sep 14 – Dec 7 2 – 5 pm

$720, university transfer, 3 credits*

cMpt 200 (568) . . . . . . . ccc T and Th, Sep 7 – Dec 16 12:30 – 2 pm

cMpt 114 (568) . . . . . . . ccc M, W and F, Sep 8 – Dec 17 8 – 9 am

cMpt 200l (569) . . . . . . ccc Lab: W, Sep 15 – Dec 8 11 am – 2 pm

cMpt 114l (568) . . . . . . ccc Lab: M, Sep 13 – Dec 6 11 am – 2 pm

cMpt 200 (568) . . . . . . . ccc T and Th, Jan 6 – Apr 21 8 – 9:30 am

cMpt 114l (569) . . . . . . ccc Lab: M, Sep 13 – Dec 6 2 – 5 pm

cMpt 200l (568) . . . . . . ccc Lab: M, Jan 10 – Apr 11 8 – 11 am

cMpt 114 (568) . . . . . . . ccc M, W and F, Jan 5 – Apr 20 11 am – 12 pm cMpt 114l (568) . . . . . . ccc Lab: M, Jan 10 – Apr 11 2 – 5 pm

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Practical Programming Methodology

Computer Organization and Architecture

Formal Systems and Logic

The Dynamic Earth through Time

Prerequisite(s) apply.

Prerequisite(s) apply.

Prerequisite(s) apply.

Prerequisite(s) apply.

$720 university transfer, 3 credits*

$720, university transfer, 3 credits*

$720, university transfer, 3 credits*

$720 plus $15 + gst material fee, university transfer, 3 credits*

cMpt 201 (568) . . . . . . . ccc T and Th, Sep 7 – Dec 16 8 – 9:30 am

cMpt 229 (568) . . . . . . . ccc M, W and F, Sep 8 – Dec 17 4 – 5 pm

cMpt 272 (568) . . . . . . . ccc M, W and F, Sep 8 – Dec 17 10 – 11 am

easc 105 (568) . . . . . . . ccc T and Th, Jan 6 – Apr 21 9:30 – 11 am

cMpt 201l (568) . . . . . . ccc Lab: Th, Sep 16 – Dec 9 2 – 5 pm

cMpt 229l (568) . . . . . . ccc Lab: T, Sep 14 – Dec 7 11 am – 2 pm

cMpt 272l (568) . . . . . . ccc Lab: M, Sep 13 – Dec 6 2 – 5 pm

easc 105l (568) . . . . . . ccc Lab: F, Jan 14 – Apr 15 8 – 11 am

Algorithms I

Introduction to Computer Games

cMpt 272s (568) . . . . . . ccc Seminar: Th, Sep 9 – Dec 16 2 – 3 pm

easc 105l (569) . . . . . . ccc Lab: M, Jan 10 – Apr 11 8 – 11 am

Introduction to File and Database Management

Introduction to Global Change

cMpt 230 (568) . . . . . . . ccc M, W and F, Sep 8 – Dec 17 9 – 10 am

Prerequisite(s) apply.

$720, university transfer, 3 credits*

Human-Computer Interaction I

cMpt 291(568) . . . . . . . . ccc M, W and F, Sep 8 – Dec 17 8 – 9 am

Prerequisite(s) apply. $720, university transfer, 3 credits* cMpt 204 (568) . . . . . . . ccc T and Th, Jan 6 – Apr 21 3:30 – 5 pm cMpt 204s (568) . . . . . . ccc Seminar: T, Jan 11 – Apr 19 5 – 6 pm

Unix, Scripting and Other Tools Prerequisite(s) apply. $720, university transfer, 3 credits* cMpt 220 (568) . . . . . . . ccc M, W and F, Jan 5 – Apr 20 11 am – noon cMpt 220l (568) . . . . . . ccc Lab: Th, Jan 13 – Apr 14 Noon – 2 pm

Prerequisite(s) apply. $720, university transfer, 3 credits*

Note: In addition to the prerequisites, it is recommended that students taking this course have completed another computing science course or an introductory course in psychology, sociology, or anthropology. This course draws upon concepts from all of these areas. Prerequisite(s) apply. $720, university transfer, 3 credits* cMpt 250 (568) . . . . . . . ccc T and Th, Sep 7 – Dec 16 9:30 – 11 am

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$720, university transfer, 3 credits*

Lab: T, Sept. 14 – Dec 7 . . CCC 2 – 5 pm

EARTH AND ATMOSPHERIC SCIENCES Planet Earth Note: credit can only be obtained in EASC 100 where no credit has been obtained for either EASC 101 or EASC 102. $720 plus $15 + gst material fee, university transfer, 3 credits*

Prerequisite(s) apply.

easc 208 (568) . . . . . . . ccc M, W and F, Sep 8 – Dec 17 11 am – noon

Geology of Western Canada and the National and Provincial Parks Prerequisite(s) apply. $720, university transfer, 3 credits* easc 209 (568) . . . . . . . ccc T and Th, Sep 7 – Dec 16 11 am – 12:30 pm

Introduction to Geographic Information Systems and Remote Sensing

cMpt 250s (568) . . . . . . ccc Seminar: W, Sep 8 – Dec 15 11 am – noon

easc 100 (568) . . . . . . . ccc M, W and F, Sep 8 – Dec 17 Noon – 1 pm

Prerequisite(s) apply.

cMpt 250s (569) . . . . . . ccc Seminar: T, Sep 7 – Dec 14 1 – 2 pm

easc 100l (568) . . . . . . ccc Lab: F, Sep 17 – Dec 10 2 – 5 pm

easc 221 (568) . . . . . . . ccc T and Th, Jan 6 – Apr 21 12:30 – 2 pm

easc 100 (568) . . . . . . . ccc M, W and F, Jan 5 – Apr 20 2 – 3 pm

easc 221l (568) . . . . . . ccc Lab: W, Jan 12 – Apr 13 8 – 11 am

$720, university transfer, 3 credits*

easc 100l (568) . . . . . . ccc Lab: Th, Jan 13 – Apr 14 12:30 – 3:30 pm

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Geology of Natural Resources

Intermediate Microeconomics

$720, 3 credits*

Prerequisite(s) apply.

Prerequisite(s) apply.

easc 224 (568) . . . . . . . ccc M, W and F, Sep 8 – Dec 17 2 – 3 pm

$720, university transfer, 3 credits*

$720, university transfer, 3 credits*

easc 238 (568) . . . . . . . ccc T and Th, Jan 6 – Apr 21 11 am – 12:30 pm

econ 281 (550) . . . . . . . ccc T, Sep 7 – Dec 14 6 – 9 pm

The Atmosphere

econ 281 (553) . . . . . . . ccc Th, Jan 6 – Apr 21 2 – 5 pm

easc 224l (568) . . . . . . ccc Lab: Th, Sep 16 – Dec 9 8 – 11 am

Introduction to Geomorphology Prerequisite(s) apply. $720 plus $50 speical fee, university transfer, 3 credits* easc 225 (568) . . . . . . . ccc T and Th, Sep 7 – Dec 16 12:30 – 2 pm easc 225l (568) . . . . . . ccc Lab: W, Sep 15 – Dec 8 8 – 11 am

Introduction to Soil Science Prerequisite(s) apply. $720, university transfer, 3 credits* easc 226 (568) . . . . . . . ccc T and Th, Jan 6 – Apr 21 3:30 – 5 pm easc 226l (568) . . . . . . ccc Lab: W, Jan 12 – Apr 13 Noon – 3 pm

Invertebrate Paleontology Prerequisite(s) apply. $720, university transfer, 3 credits* easc 230 (568) . . . . . . . ccc M, W and F, Sep 8 – Dec 17 1 – 2 pm easc 230l (568) . . . . . . ccc Lab: F, Sep 17 – Dec 10 8 – 11 am

Prerequisite(s) apply. $720, university transfer, 3 credits* easc 270 (568) . . . . . . . ccc T and Th, Jan 6 – Apr 21 9:30 – 11 am

ECONOMICS Introduction to Microeconomics $720, university transfer, 3 credits* econ 101 (550) . . . . . . . ccc T, Sep 7 – Dec 14 6 – 9 pm econ 101(558). . . . . . . . ccc Su, Sep 12 – Dec 12 12:30 – 3:30 pm econ 101(550). . . . . . . . ccc Th, Jan 6 – Apr 21 6 – 9 pm econ 101(557). . . . . . . . ccc S, Jan 8 – Apr 16 12:30 – 3:30 pm

Introduction to Macroeconomics Prerequisite(s) apply. $720, university transfer, 3 credits* econ 102 (550) . . . . . . . ccc W, Sep 8 – Dec 15 6 – 9 pm econ 102 (550) . . . . . . . ccc M, Jan 10 – Apr 18 6 – 9 pm

Intermediate Macroeconomics Prerequisite(s) apply. $720, university transfer, 3 credits* econ 282 (550) . . . . . . . ccc W, Jan 5 – Apr 20 6 – 9 pm

A note about Prerequisites Admission to some courses may require the completion of one or more prerequisites. It is the responsibility of the student to ensure that they meet the prerequisites for a course. Credit courses Prerequisites for credit courses can be found in the course listings of the Academic Calendar, available as a PDF online at www.MacEwan.ca/ calendar, or by contacting the program. Noncredit courses Prerequisites for noncredit courses can be checked on the web at www.MacEwan. ca/continuinged, or by contacting the program.

ENGLISH Analysis and Argument Prerequisite(s) apply. $720, university transfer, 3 credits* engl 102 (550) . . . . . . . ccc T, Sep 7 – Dec 14 6 – 9 pm engl 102 (551) . . . . . . . ccc W, Sep 8 – Dec 15 6 – 9 pm engl 102 (552) . . . . . . . ccc Th, Sep 9 – Dec 16 6 – 9 pm engl 102 (553) . . . . . . . ccc W, Sep 8 – Dec 15 2 – 5 pm engl 102 (554) . . . . . . . ccc T, Sep 7 – Dec 14 2 – 5 pm engl 102 (555) . . . . . . . ccc W, Sep 8 – Dec 15 6 – 9 pm engl 102 (556) . . . . . . . ccc Th, Sep 9 – Dec 16 6 – 9 pm engl 102 (557) . . . . . . . ccc Su, Sep 12 – Dec 12 12:30 – 3:30 pm engl 102 (550) . . . . . . . ccc W, Jan 5 – Apr 20 6 – 9 pm engl 102 (558) . . . . . . . ccc T, Jan 11 – Apr 19 6 – 9 pm engl 102 (559) . . . . . . . ccc W, Jan 5 – Apr 20 6 – 9 pm engl 102 (560) . . . . . . . ccc Th, Jan 6 – Apr 21 6 – 9 pm

econ 102 (558) . . . . . . . ccc Su, Jan 9 – Apr 17 12:30 – 3:30 pm

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Introduction to Literature Prerequisite(s) apply. $720, university transfer, 3 credits* engl 103 (550) . . . . . . . ccc T, Jan 11 – Apr 19 6 – 9 pm engl 103 (551) . . . . . . . ccc W, Jan 5 – Apr 20 6 – 9 pm engl 103 (552) . . . . . . . ccc Th, Jan 6 – Apr 21 6 – 9 pm engl 103 (553) . . . . . . . ccc W, Jan 5 – Apr 20 2 – 5 pm engl 103 (554) . . . . . . . ccc T, Jan 11 – Apr 19 2 – 5 pm engl 103 (557) . . . . . . . ccc Su, Jan 9 – Apr 17 12:30 – 3:30 pm engl 103 (558) . . . . . . . ccc T, Jan 11 – Apr 19 6 – 9 pm

Communications Prerequisite(s) apply. $660, 3 credits* engl 111 (550) . . . . . . . ccc T, Sep 7 – Dec 14 6 – 9 pm engl 111 (551) . . . . . . . ccc Th, Sep 9 – Dec 16 6 – 9 pm engl 111 (557) . . . . . . . ccc S, Sep 11 – Dec 11 9 – 12 pm engl 111 (550) . . . . . . . ccc T, Jan 11 – Apr 19 6 – 9 pm engl 111 (551) . . . . . . . ccc W, Jan 5 – Apr 20 6 – 9 pm engl 111 (552) . . . . . . . ccc Th, Jan 6 – Apr 21 6 – 9 pm engl 111 (560) . . . . . . . Msc M, Jan 10 – Apr 18 6 – 9 pm

The Short Story

engl 103 (559) . . . . . . . ccc W, Jan 5 – Apr 20 6 – 9 pm

Prerequisite(s) apply.

engl 103 (560) . . . . . . . ccc Th, Jan 6 – Apr 21 6 – 9 pm

engl 206 (550) . . . . . . . ccc Th, Sep 9 – Dec 16 6 – 9 pm

$720, university transfer, 3 credits*

Business Communications When registering, please confirm course dates, times, location and fees with our Information Registration Assistants.

Please Note: Registration deadline for online courses is the day of the first class for both spring and summer, unless otherwise specified.

Prerequisite(s) apply. $660, university transfer, 3 credits* engl 211(550) . . . . . . . . ccc T, Sep 7 – Dec 14 6 – 9 pm engl 211 (550) . . . . . . . ccc T, Jan 11 – Apr 19 6 – 9 pm

Classics of Children’s Literature in English Prerequisite(s) apply. $720, university transfer, 3 credits* engl 389 (550) . . . . . . . ccc W, Jan 5 – Apr 20 6 – 9 pm

FRENCH Introductory French I Note: Students with native or near-native proficiency cannot take this course. Heritage speakers must consult the department prior to registration. Students with a proficiency level beyond this course may be directed to a higherlevel course. Students with credit in French 20 or equivalent cannot receive credit for this course. $720, university transfer, 3 credits* FRen 111 (550) . . . . . . . ccc T and Th, Sep 7 – Dec 16 6 – 8:30 pm

Introductory French II Note: Students with native or near-native proficiency cannot take this course. Heritage speakers must consult the department prior to registration. Students with a proficiency level beyond this course may be directed to a higherlevel course. Students with credit in French 30 or equivalent cannot receive credit for this course. Prerequisite(s) apply. $720, university transfer, 3 credits* FRen 112 (550) . . . . . . . ccc T and Th, Jan 6 – Apr 21 6 – 8:30 pm

HISTORY The Early Modern World: C. 1400 – 1800 $720, university transfer, 3 credits* hist 111 (550) . . . . . . . . ccc T, Sep 7 – Dec 14 6 – 9 pm

The Early Modern World: From 1800 $720, university transfer, 3 credits* hist 112 (550) . . . . . . . . ccc T, Jan 11 – Apr 19 6 – 9 pm

Modern European History: 1789 – Present $720, university transfer, 3 credits* hist 210 (550) . . . . . . . . ccc Th, Sep 9 – Dec 16 6 – 9 pm

History of Canada Since 1867 $720, university transfer, 3 credits* hist 261 (550) . . . . . . . . ccc W, Jan 5 – Apr 20 6 – 9 pm

JAPANESE Introductory Japanese I Note: Students with native or near-native proficiency cannot take this course. Heritage speakers must consult the department prior to registration. Students with a proficiency level beyond this course may be directed to a higher-level course. Students with credit in Japanese 30, 35, or equivalent cannot receive credit for this course. $720, university transfer, 3 credits* Japn 101 (550) . . . . . . . . ccc M and W, Sep 8 – Dec 15 6 – 8:30 pm

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Note: Students with native or near-native proficiency cannot take this course. Heritage speakers must consult the department prior to registration. Students with a proficiency level beyond this course may be directed to a higherlevel course. Students with credit in Japanese 30, 35, or equivalent cannot receive credit for this course. Prerequisite(s) apply. $720, university transfer, 3 credits* Japn 102 (550) . . . . . . . . ccc M and W, Jan 5 – Apr 20 6 – 8:30 pm

MATHEMATICS Pre-Engineering Mathematics Prerequisite(s) apply. $660, 3 credits* Math 0095 (550) . . . . . . ccc T, Jan 11 – Apr 19 6 – 9 pm

Precalculus Mathematics Prerequisite(s) apply. $660 plus $10 special fee, 3 credits* Math 0099 (550) . . . . . . ccc Th, Sep 9 – Dec 16 6 – 9 pm Math 0099 (550) . . . . . . ccc W, Jan 5 – Apr 20 6 – 9 pm

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Elementary Calculus I

Elementary Calculus II

Linear Algebra I

Note: Students who have successfully completed Math 31 are advised to take MATH 114. This course may not be taken for credit if credit has already been obtained in MATH 100 or MATH 114.

Note: Credit can only be obtained in one of MATH 115 or MATH 101.

Prerequisite(s) apply.

Math 115(568) . . . . . . . . ccc M, W and Fr, Sep 8 – Dec 17 11 am – noon

Note: This course is an enriched version of MATH 120, Basic Linear Algebra I. Study in this course covers the same basic topics as MATH 120, however, selected topics and applications are examined in more depth. Students planning to transfer into engineering, or students planning to take further courses in algebra should take MATH 125 rather than MATH 120. This course cannot be taken for credit if credit has been obtained in either MATH 102 or MATH 120.

$720 plus $10 special fee, university transfer, 3 credits*

Prerequisite(s) apply. $720 plus $10 special fee, university transfer, 3 credits*

Math 113 (550) . . . . . . . ccc T and Th, Sep 7 – Dec 16 6 – 8 pm

Math 115l (568) . . . . . . ccc Lab: T, Sep 14 – Dec 7 2 – 3 pm

Math 113 (551) . . . . . . . ccc W, Sep 8 – Dec 15, 6 – 8 pm and S, Sep 11 – Dec 11 10 am – noon

Math 115l (569) . . . . . . ccc Lab: T, Sep 14 – Dec 7 11 am – noon

Math 113 (550) . . . . . . . ccc M and W, Jan 5 – Apr 20 6 – 8 pm Math 113 (557) . . . . . . . ccc Th, Jan 6 – Apr 21, 6 – 8 pm and S, Jan 8 – Apr 16, 10 am – noon

Elementary Calculus I Note: Students who have received credit in MATH 113 or MATH 100 may not take MATH 114 for credit. Prerequisite(s) apply. $720 plus $10 special fee, university transfer, 3 credits* Math 114 (550) . . . . . . . ccc T and Th, Sep 7 – Dec 16 6 – 8 pm Math 114 (551) . . . . . . . ccc W, Sep 8 – Dec 15, 6 – 8 pm and S, Sep 11 – Dec 11, 10 am – noon Math 114 (550) . . . . . . . ccc M and W, Jan 5 – Apr 20 6 – 8 pm Math 114 (557) . . . . . . . ccc Th, Jan 6 – Apr 21, 6 – 8 pm and S, Jan 8 – Apr 16, 10 am – noon

Math 115(550) . . . . . . . . ccc M and W, Jan 5 – Apr 20 4:30 – 6 pm Math 115l (550) . . . . . . ccc Lab: W, Jan 12 – Apr 13 6 – 7 pm

Basic Linear Algebra I Note: Students can obtain credit in only one of MATH 120, MATH 102 or MATH 125. See calendar description for MATH 125. Students planning to transfer to engineering should take MATH 125. Prerequisite(s) apply.

Prerequisite(s) apply. $720 plus $10 special fee, university transfer, 3 credits* Math 125 (568) . . . . . . . ccc T and Th, Sep 7 – Dec 16 12:30 – 2 pm Math 125 (568) . . . . . . . ccc M, W and F, Jan 5 – April 20 3 – 4 pm

Fundamental Concepts of Mathematics Prerequisite(s) apply. $720, university transfer, 3 credits*

$720 plus $10 special fee, university transfer, 3 credits*

Math 200 (568) . . . . . . . ccc T and Th, Sep 7 – Dec 16 12:30 – 2 pm

Math 120 (550) . . . . . . . ccc T and Th, Sep 7 – Dec 16 6 – 7:30 pm

Intermediate Calculus I

Math 120 (550) . . . . . . . ccc T and Th, Jan 6 – Apr 21 6 – 7:30 pm

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Prerequisite(s) apply. $720 plus $10 special fee, university transfer, 3 credits* Math 214 (568) . . . . . . . ccc M, W and F, Sep 8 – Dec 17 8 – 9 am Math 214l (568) . . . . . . ccc Lab: M, Sep 13 – Nov 29 11 am – noon Math 214l (569) . . . . . . ccc Lab: F, Sep 10 – Dec 3 Noon – 1 pm

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Introductory Japanese II

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Intermediate Calculus II

PHILOSOPHY

Introduction to University Physics I

Prerequisite(s) apply.

Values and Society

$720 plus $10 special fee, university transfer, 3 credits*

$720, university transfer, 3 credits*

Math 215 (568) . . . . . . . ccc M, W and F, Jan 5 – Apr 20 9 – 10 am

phil 101 (550) . . . . . . . . ccc T, Sep 7 – Dec 14 6 – 9 pm

Math 215l (568) . . . . . . ccc Lab: M, Jan 10 – Apr 4 8 – 9 am

phil 101 (551) . . . . . . . . ccc Th, Sep 9 – Dec 16 6 – 9 pm

Prerequisite(s) apply.

Introduction to Discrete Mathematics

phil 101 (550) . . . . . . . . ccc T, Jan 11 – Apr 19 6 – 9 pm

phys 108 (568) . . . . . . . ccc M and W, Sep 8 – Dec 15 2 – 4 pm

Knowledge and Reality

phys 108l (568) . . . . . . ccc Lab: F, Sep 17 – Dec 10 8 – 11 am

Prerequisite(s) apply. $720 plus $10 special fee, university transfer, 3 credits* Math 222 (568) . . . . . . . ccc T and Th, Sep 7 – Dec 16 11 am – 12:30 pm

Linear Algebra II Prerequisite(s) apply. $720 plus $10 special fee, university transfer, 3 credits* Math 225 (568) . . . . . . . ccc T and Th, Jan 6 – Apr 21 8 – 9:30 am

Geometry Prerequisite(s) apply. $720 plus $10 special fee, university transfer, 3 credits* Math 241 (568) . . . . . . . ccc M, W and F, Sep 8 – Dec 17 2 – 3 pm

Introduction to Ring Theory Prerequisite(s) apply. $720, university transfer, 3 credits* Math 321(568) . . . . . . . . ccc M, W and F, Jan 5 – Apr 20 8 – 9 am

$720, university transfer, 3 credits* phil 102 (550) . . . . . . . . ccc Th, Jan 6 – Apr 21 6 – 9 pm

Note: This course is not available to students with Physics 30, and it is intended to be taken in sequence with PHYS 109. Credit can only be obtained in one of PHYS 108 or PHYS 124 or PHYS 144 or ENPH 131. $720 plus $30 + gst material fee, university transfer, 3 credits*

Introduction to University Physics II

Pre-Engineering Physics

Note: Students with credit in PHYS 126 or PHYS 130 or PHYS 146 may not receive credit in PHYS 109. This is an algebra based physics course for students without high school physics intended to be taken subsequent to PHYS 108.

Prerequisite(s) apply.

Prerequisite(s) apply.

$660, 3 credits*

$720 plus $30 + gst material fee, university transfer, 3 credits*

PHYSICS

enph 0095 (550) . . . . . . ccc Th, Jan 6 – Apr 21 6 – 9 pm

Astronomy of the Solar System Prerequisite(s) apply.

Astronomy of Stars and Galaxies Prerequisite(s) apply. $720, university transfer, 3 credits* astR 122 (568) . . . . . . . ccc T and Th, Jan 6 – Apr 21 11 am – 12:30 pm

Note: Physics 30 is strongly recommended. credit can only be obtained in one of PHYS 108 or PHYS 124 or PHYS 144 or ENPH 131. Prerequisite(s) apply. $720 plus $30 + gst material fee, university transfer, 3 credits* phys 124 (568) . . . . . . . ccc T and Th, Sep 7– Dec 16 3:30 – 5 pm phys 124l (568) . . . . . . ccc Lab: W, Sep 15 – Dec 8 8 – 11 am phys 124l (569) . . . . . . ccc Lab: M, Sep 13 – Dec 6 8 – 11 am phys 124 (568) . . . . . . . ccc M, W and F, Jan 5 – Apr 20 11 am – noon phys 124l (568) . . . . . . ccc Lab: T, Jan 11 – Apr 12 8 – 11 am

Fluids, Fields, and Radiation Note: credit can only be obtained in one of PHYS 109 or PHYS 126 or PHYS 130 or PHYS 146.

phys 109 (568) . . . . . . . ccc M and W, Jan 5 – Apr 20 2 – 4 pm

Prerequisite(s) apply.

phys 109l (568) . . . . . . ccc Lab: F, Jan 14 – Apr 15 8 – 11 am

phys 126 (568) . . . . . . . ccc T and Th, Sep 7– Dec 16 12:30 – 2 pm

$720, university transfer, 3 credits* astR 120 (568) . . . . . . . ccc T and Th, Sep 7 – Dec 16 8 – 9:30 am

Particles and Waves

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$720 plus $30 + gst material fee, university transfer, 3 credits*

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Note: credit can only be obtained in one of PHYS 108 or PHYS 124 or PHYS 144 or ENPH 131. Prerequisite(s) apply. $720 plus $30 + gst material fee, university transfer, 3 credits* phys 144 (568) . . . . . . . ccc M, W and F, Sep 8 – Dec 17 10 – 11 am phys 144l (568) . . . . . . ccc Lab: Th, Sep 16 – Dec 9 4:30 – 7:30 pm

Fluids and Waves Note: credit can only be obtained in one of PHYS 109 or PHYS 126 or PHYS 130 or PHYS 146.

Revolutions in Physics: The Structure of the Universe

PHYSICAL EDUCATION

PSYCHOLOGY

Introduction to Coaching

Introductory Psychology

Prerequisite(s) apply.

$660, 3 credits*

$720, university transfer, 3 credits*

peds 245 (568) . . . . . . . ccc M, W and F, Jan 5 – Apr 20 10 – 11 am

$720, university transfer, 3 credits*

phys 212 (568) . . . . . . . ccc T and Th, Jan 6 – Apr 21 9:30 – 11 am

Thermal Physics Prerequisite(s) apply. $720, 3 credits* phys 224 (568) . . . . . . . ccc M, W and F, Jan 5 – Apr 20 11 am – noon

Mechanics

Prerequisite(s) apply.

Prerequisite(s) apply.

$720 plus $30 + gst material fee, university transfer, 3 credits*

$720, 3 credits*

phys 146 (568) . . . . . . . ccc M, W and F, Jan 5 – Apr 20 10 – 11 am phys 146l (568) . . . . . . ccc Lab: Th, Jan 13 – Apr 14 12:30 – 3:30 pm

Relativistic Aspects of Modern Physics Prerequisite(s) apply. $720, university transfer, 3 credits* phys 200 (568) . . . . . . . ccc M, W, and F, Sep 8 – Dec 17 10 – 11 am

Quantum Aspects of Modern Physics Prerequisite(s) apply.

phys 244 (568) . . . . . . . ccc M, W and F, Jan 5 – Apr 20 Noon – 1 pm

Physics of Energy Prerequisite(s) apply. $720, university transfer, 3 credits* phys 261 (568) . . . . . . . ccc M, W and F, Jan 5 – Apr 20 8 – 9 am

Electricity and Magnetism Prerequisite(s) apply.

Introduction to Politics and Government Note: This course is the prerequisite for most second year political science courses.

phys 281 (568) . . . . . . . ccc M, W and F, Sep 8 – Dec 17 9 – 10 am

Please Note: Registration deadline for online courses is the day of the first class for both spring and summer, unless otherwise specified.

psyc 104 (551) . . . . . . . ccc Th, Sep 9 – Dec 16 6 – 9 pm psyc 104 (553) . . . . . . . ccc Th, Sep 9 – Dec 16 2 – 5 pm

$720, university transfer, 3 credits*

psyc 104 (557) . . . . . . . ccc S, Sep 11 – Dec 11 12:30 – 3:30 pm

pols 101 (550) . . . . . . . ccc T, Sep 7 – Dec 14 6 – 9 pm

psyc 104 (560) . . . . . . . Msc T, Sep 17 – Dec 14 6 – 9 pm

pols 101 (550) . . . . . . . ccc T, Jan 11 – Apr 19 6 – 9 pm

psyc 104 (550) . . . . . . . ccc W, Jan 5 – Apr 20 6 – 9 pm

Asia Pacific Political Systems

psyc 104 (551) . . . . . . . ccc M, Jan 10 – Apr 18 6 – 9 pm

$720, university transfer, 3 credits* pols 261 (553) . . . . . . . ccc Th, Sep 9 – Dec 16 2 – 5 pm pols 261 (550) . . . . . . . ccc Th, Jan 6 – Apr 21 6 – 9 pm

$720, university transfer, 3 credits*

$720, university transfer, 3 credits* phys 208 (568) . . . . . . . ccc T and Th, Jan 6 – Apr 21 8 – 9:30 am

POLITICAL SCIENCE

psyc 104 (550) . . . . . . . ccc W, Sep 8 – Dec 15 6 – 9 pm

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psyc 104 (553) . . . . . . . ccc F, Jan 7 – Apr 15 2 – 5 pm psyc 104 (558) . . . . . . . ccc S, Jan 8 – Apr 16 9 am – noon psyc 104 (560) . . . . . . . Msc Th, Jan 6 – Apr 21 6 – 9 pm

G.S.T. Some of the courses and material fees listed in this calendar are subject to the Federal Goods and Services Tax (G.S.T.).

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Newtonian Mechanics and Relativity

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Individual and Social Behavior Prerequisite(s) apply. $720, university transfer, 3 credits* psyc 105 (550) . . . . . . . ccc T, Sep 7 – Dec 14 6 – 9 pm psyc 105 (551) . . . . . . . ccc Th, Sep 9 – Dec 16 6 – 9 pm psyc 105 (553) . . . . . . . ccc W, Sep 8 – Dec 15 2 – 5 pm

Social Psychology

SOCIOLOGY

Note: PSYC 241 and SOCI 241 may not both be taken for credit.

Introductory Sociology

Prerequisite(s) apply.

$720, university transfer, 3 credits*

$720, university transfer, 3 credits* psyc 241 (550) . . . . . . . ccc T, Sep 7– Dec 14 6 – 9 pm

Brain and Behavior Prerequisite(s) apply.

soci 100 (550) . . . . . . . . ccc W, Sep 8 – Dec 15 6 – 9 pm soci 100 (551) . . . . . . . . ccc T, Sep 7 – Dec 14 6 – 9 pm

$720 plus $7 + gst material fee, university transfer, 3 credits*

soci 100 (553) . . . . . . . . ccc F, Sep 10 – Dec 17 2 – 5 pm

psyc 275 (550) . . . . . . . ccc W, Sep 8 – Dec 15 6 – 9 pm

psyc 105 (553) . . . . . . . ccc Th, Jan 6 – Apr 21 2 – 5 pm

soci 100 (557) . . . . . . . . ccc S, Sep 11 – Dec 11 9 am – noon

Principles of Behavior

psyc 105 (558) . . . . . . . ccc S, Jan 8 – Apr 16 12:30 – 3:30 pm

soci 100 (550) . . . . . . . . ccc T, Jan 11 – Apr 19 6 – 9 pm

$720, university transfer, 3 credits*

psyc 105 (550) . . . . . . . ccc T, Jan 11 – Apr 19 6 – 9 pm

Developmental Psychology

Prerequisite(s) apply.

psyc 281 (550) . . . . . . . ccc M, Jan 10 – Apr 18 6 – 9 pm

Prerequisite(s) apply.

Abnormal Psychology

$720, university transfer, 3 credits*

Prerequisite(s) apply.

psyc 223 (550) . . . . . . . ccc W, Sep 8 – Dec 15 6 – 9 pm

Personality

$720, university transfer, 3 credits* psyc 339 (550) . . . . . . . ccc Tue, Jan 11 – Apr 19 6 – 9 pm

Prerequisite(s) apply. $720, university transfer, 3 credits* psyc 233 (550) . . . . . . . ccc Th, Sep 9 – Dec 16 6 – 9 pm psyc 233 (550) . . . . . . . ccc Th, Jan 6 – Apr 21 6 – 9 pm

Register Early When you register in a course at MacEwan, we try our very best to ensure your needs are met. If you’re thinking about taking a course, make the process easier by registering EARLY. The earlier you register, the more opportunities you have for a rewarding educational experience that fits YOUR schedule. Don’t delay – register TODAY!

soci 100 (553) . . . . . . . . ccc W, Jan 5 – Apr 20 2 – 5 pm soci 100 (557) . . . . . . . . ccc S, Jan 8 – Apr 16 12:30 – 3:30 pm

Social Problems Prerequisite(s) apply. $720, university transfer, 3 credits* soci 102 (550) . . . . . . . . ccc Th, Jan 6 – Apr 21 6 – 9 pm

Criminology

Introduction to the Family Prerequisite(s) apply. $720 university transfer, 3 credits* soci 271 (550) . . . . . . . . ccc T, Sep 7 – Dec 14 6 – 9 pm

Youth, Crime and Society Prerequisite(s) apply. $720, university transfer, 3 credits* soci 321 (550) . . . . . . . . ccc Th, Sep 9 – Dec 16 6 – 9 pm

SPANISH Introductory Spanish I Note: Students with native or near-native proficiency cannot take this course. Heritage speakers must consult the department prior to registration. Students with a proficiency level beyond this course may be directed to a higherlevel course. Students with credit in Spanish 30, Spanish 35 or equivalent cannot receive credit for this course. Credit can only be obtained in one of SPAN 101 or SPAN 111. $720, university transfer, 3 credits * span 111 (550). . . . . . . . ccc T and Th, Sep 7 – Dec 16 6 – 8:30 pm

Prerequisite(s) apply. $720, university transfer, 3 credits* soci 225 (550) . . . . . . . . ccc W, Sep 8 – Dec 15 6 – 9 pm soci 225 (550) . . . . . . . . ccc W, Jan 5 – Apr 20 6 – 9 pm

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soci 225 (551) . . . . . . . . ccc M, Jan 10 – Apr 18 6 – 9 pm

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Note: Students with native or near-native proficiency cannot take this course. Heritage speakers must consult the department prior to registration. Students with a proficiency level beyond this course may be directed to a higherlevel course. Students with credit in Spanish 30, Spanish 35 or equivalent cannot receive credit for this course. Credit can only be obtained in one of SPAN 102 or SPAN 112. Prerequisite(s) apply. $720, university transfer, 3 credits* span 112 (550). . . . . . . . ccc T and Th, Jan 6 – Apr 21 6 – 8:30 pm

STATISTICS Introduction to Statistics Note: This course may not be taken for credit if credit has been obtained in any statistics course, or in PSYC 211 or SOCI 210. Prerequisite(s) apply. $720 plus $10 special fee, university transfer, 3 credits* stat 141 (550) . . . . . . . . ccc W, Sep 8 – Dec 15 6 – 9 pm stat 141 (557) . . . . . . . . ccc S, Sep 11 – Dec 11 9 am – noon stat 141 (550) . . . . . . . . ccc W, Jan 5 – Apr 20 6 – 9 pm stat 141 (557) . . . . . . . . ccc S, Jan 8 – Apr 16 9 am – noon

Applied Statistics I

FINE ART

Note: This course may not be taken for credit if credit has been obtained in any statistics course, or in PSYC 211 or SOCI 210.

Call 780-497-4301 or email shantzd3@macewan.ca for more information. Call 780-497-5000 to register. Course fees do not include supplies or textbooks unless otherwise indicated.

Prerequisite(s) apply. $720 plus $10 special fee, university transfer, 3 credits* stat 151 (550) . . . . . . . . ccc T, Sep 7 – Dec 14 6 – 9 pm stat 151l (550) . . . . . . . ccc Lab : M, Sep 13 – Dec 6 6 – 7:30 pm

CREDIT COURSES

Drawing I $749, plus $10 + gst material fee, course supplies extra, 4 credits*

stat 151 (550) . . . . . . . . ccc T, Jan 11 – Apr 19 6 – 9 pm

aRte 110 (571) . . . . . . cFac T and Th, Sep 9 – Dec 16 6:30 – 9:30 pm

stat 151l (550) . . . . . . . ccc Lab: Th, Jan 13 – Apr 14 6 – 7:30 pm

aRte 110 (596) . . . . . . cFac T and Th, Apr 26 – Jul 28 6:30 – 9:30 pm

Applied Statistics II

Art History I

Prerequisite(s) apply.

$594, text extra, university transfer, 3 credits*

$720 plus $10 special fee, university transfer, 3 credits* stat 252 (568) . . . . . . . . ccc T and Th, Sep 7 – Dec 16 9:30 – 11 am stat 252l (568) . . . . . . . ccc Lab: F, Sep 17 – Dec 10 10 am – noon stat 252 (568) . . . . . . . . ccc M, W and F, Jan 5 – Apr 20 2 – 3 pm stat 252l (568) . . . . . . . ccc Lab: M, Jan 10 – Apr 11 4 – 6 pm

Probability and Statistical Theory I Note: credit can only be obtained in one of STAT 265 or STAT 221.

aRte 101 (571) . . . . . . . ccc T, Sep 14 – Dec 14 11 am – 2 pm aRte 101 (572) . . . . . . . ccc T, Sep 14 – Dec 14 6 – 9 pm

Art History II $594, text extra, university transfer, 3 credits* aRte 102 (571) . . . . . . . ccc Th, Sep 9 – Dec 16 11 am – 2 pm aRte 102 (596) . . . . . . . ccc Th, Jan 13 – Apr 21 11 am – 2 pm

Prerequisite(s) apply.

aRte 102 (597) . . . . . . . ccc Th, Jan 20 – Apr 21 6 – 9 pm

$720 plus $10 special fee, university transfer, 3 credits*

aRte 102 (1600) . . . . . online Feb 1 – Apr 30

stat 265 (568) . . . . . . . . ccc T and Th, Jan 6 – Apr 21 8 – 9:30 am

aRte 102 (621) . . . . . . . ccc M – F, May 2 – 20 9 am – noon

Contemporary Art Issues Prerequisite(s) apply. $594, text extra, university transfer, 3 credits* aRte 203 (571) . . . . . . cFac M, Sep 13 – Dec 13 2 – 5 pm aRte 203 (621) . . . . . . . ccc W, Sep 8 – Dec 15 2 – 5 pm

20th Century Visual Culture: c. 1900 – 1950 $594, text extra, university transfer, 3 credits* aRte 202 (596) . . . . . . . ccc T, Jan 18 – Apr 19 11 am – 2 pm aRte 202 (621) . . . . . . . ccc M – F, May 24 – Jun 10 9 am – noon

Digital Photography $594 plus $20 + gst special fee, course supplies extra, 3 credits* vcph 100 (571) . . . . . . cFac T, Sep 14 – Dec 14 6:30 – 9:30 pm vcph 100 (596) . . . . . . cFac Th, Jan 20 – Apr 21 6:30 – 9:30 pm vcph 100 (621) . . . . . . cFac Th, Apr 28 – Jul 28 6:30 – 9:30 pm

Sign up early to save your seat in class! Early registration helps ensure classes are able to run as scheduled and avoid cancellation.

stat 265l (568) . . . . . . . ccc Lab: M, Jan 10 – Apr 11 Noon – 1 pm

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Introductory Spanish II

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STUdENT RESOURCE CENTRE (SRC) The SRC provides a number of services to support your success at MacEwan including student advising, writing and learning services, student success services, career services, information on financial assistance and services for students with disabilities. Full-time students are also able to access counselling services. Please contact us at 780-497-5063 or visit our website at www.MacEwan.ca/src.

SRC ADvISING SERvICES Are you thinking about taking a MacEwan program but are not sure where to start or how to fund your education? The SRC Student Advisors provide expertise in the following areas: • Admissions/Educational Advising • Financial Aid Student Advisors can be seen on a drop-in basis at City Centre Campus (Room 7-112) or MacEwan South Campus (Room 121). They can also be reached by calling 780-497-5063 or emailing SRC@macewan.ca. For more information about MacEwan’s advising services, please visit www. MacEwan.ca/advising.

WRITING AND LEARNING SERvICES (WLS) WLS assists MacEwan students to develop and maintain effective writing and learning skills. Support may be provided in writing skills, citing and documentation, avoiding plagiarism and learning and testtaking. For more information, visit www.MacEwan.ca/wls.

STUDENT SUCCESS PROGRAM Your success at MacEwan is just as important to us as it is to you. We offer online tips and workshops. In addition you can schedule time to meet with one of our writing and learning consultants. Visit www.MacEwan.ca/studentsuccess for more information.

CAREER SERvICES Career services provides guidance and resources to help MacEwan students connect their education to the world of work. Services include individual appointments with a career advisor, online job board, on-campus recruitment events, and career fairs. Contact the Career Development Coordinator at 780-497-5096 or careerservices@macewan.ca for assistance.

COUNSELLING Counselling services are available to full-time students and include personal counselling, career counselling, and educational counselling. Full-time students may book appointments by calling 780-497-5063. If you are a part-time student, you will be referred to community agencies for assistance. For further information, take a look at www.MacEwan.ca/counselling.

FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE If you are enrolled in or planning on enrolling in credit courses, you may be eligible for the following financial aid: • Full-time loans/grants • Part-time loans/bursaries For more information, please contact a Student Advisor at 780-497-5063 or visit www.MacEwan.ca/studentloans.

HOW TO APPLY FOR SCHOLARSHIPS, AWARDS AND BURSARIES ONLINE To apply online for scholarships, awards and bursaries, go to www.myMacEwan.ca. Login to the portal and select Student Services and then Scholarships, Awards and Bursaries. Search for scholarships, awards, and bursaries by selecting one of the following categories: • • • •

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Awards are based on demonstrated criteria such as volunteerism or leadership, and may include but are not limited to academic achievement or financial need. Students must be in 60 per cent of a full course load (usually three courses). Bursaries are awarded based on financial need. Students must be in 60 per cent of a full course load (usually three courses). Apply in the first two weeks of October and again in the first three weeks of January. Scholarships are awarded based on academic performance. Students must take 80 per cent of a full course load (usually four courses). Most scholarships do not require an application form.

SERvICES TO STUDENTS WITH DISABILITIES Students with disabilities who require accommodations and/ or educational support services to participate fully in their classes are advised to make an appointment with Services to Students with Disabilities at either City Centre Campus or South Campus. Call 780-497-5063 to book the appointment. Check out the webpage at www.MacEwan.ca/ssd for more information.

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of welcome, support and belonging The Aboriginal Education Centre offers a diverse range of services such as, academic counseling, personal support services and cultural programming. Cultural activities include an Annual Feast, Aboriginal Cultural Day and an Elders-in-Residence program. Aboriginal Elders are invited throughout the year to share their knowledge and traditions through workshops and special sessions. The centre is a unique community environment where students gather, study and learn. All are welcome. The centre also offers services and resources on topics including: • Funding – MacEwan scholarships, bursaries and awards, First Nations Band and Métis funding. • Career and academic advising and job postings. • MacEwan’s academic programs and student services. • Personal guidance – personal and employment issues. • Referrals to services including housing and daycare. • Connections and referrals to Aboriginal organizations, activities and events including traditional ceremonies. • Elders-in-Residence – offer guidance and traditional teachings to enhance the MacEwan student experience and to offer support to university staff and faculty. • Aboriginal Students Club – Student-run. Student-focused. The club offers a wide range of programs and activities aimed at creating a balance between mind, body, emotion and spirit. City Centre Campus Room 7-158, 10700-104 Ave Edmonton, AB T5J 4S2 780-497-5382

South Campus Room 147, 7319-29 Ave Edmonton, AB T6K 2P1 780-633-3609 www.MacEwan.ca/aec

PARKING www.MacEwan.ca/parking parking@MacEwan.ca Monthly parking Monthly parking permits are available at City Centre Campus, Centre for the Arts and Communications and South Campus. Monthly parking options are as follows:

City Centre Campus City Centre Parkade (underground heated) Robbins Health Learning Centre Parkade (underground heated) West Parkade (above ground deck with plugs) Residence Surface Lot (gravel surface lot without services) Centre for the Arts and Communications Parkade (no services) South Campus Surface Parking Lot (no services) For information on rates please visit our website. to apply Students with a MacEwan ID can apply online at www.myMacEwan.ca. Click the Applications tab, then Parking. Applications are also available at the Parking Services office at City Centre Campus. hourly/daily/visitor parking Hourly, daily and visitor parking is available at all of our campuses including Alberta College. Rates are displayed at the entrance of each parking facility and subject to change without notice. Parking rates are in effect 24 hours a day including weekends. Vehicles not displaying a valid permit or parking pass are subject to tagging and/or towing at owner’s expense. Visit our website for additional information at www.MacEwan.ca/parking.

EMERGENCIES “9-911” Medical and other emergencies should be reported immediately to campus security. Please familiarize yourself with the fire emergency procedures posted in each room and building exits.

South Campus 780-497-4082 Alberta College Campus 780-633-3704 Convenience Store 780-497-5807 Residence Convenience Store 780-497-5187

MacEwan BOOKSTORES

MINERVA SENIOR STUdIES

Located on each campus, MacEwan Bookstores carry everything the student needs for student life: textbooks, reference books, stationery, graphic and fine art supplies, calculators, and computer supplies. Computer software is also available at student pricing. Staff will even special order books and software for students.

Minerva Senior Studies provides a wide range of lifelong learning activities for adults 50 plus. Academic courses in art, classics, computers, history, political science, music, writing and more, provide adults with a stimulating intellectual environment to explore topics, issues and/or learn new skills. Minerva’s presentation series brings noted speakers to the university to inform and entertain with afternoon presentations covering topics from armchair travel to health to politics. Our unique “walk-abouts” give you a chance to explore Edmonton and area from a new perspective, whether it’s visiting Alberta historical sites, taking a tour of Edmonton’s Little Italy, or celebrating Christmas at the Hotel MacDonald. With courses, programs, special events, a writing group and much more, Minerva offers something for everyone. Look for upcoming courses and events at www.minerva.MacEwan.ca or call 780-497-5082.

The range of merchandise offered in the various campus stores will reflect the program offerings at that particular campus. The bookstores also stock a variety of imprinted clothing, insignia and giftware items. Fresh-brewed fair trade coffee, groceries and fresh dining options are available at our two convenience stores. Cash, personal cheques, Visa, Mastercard, or Interac are accepted at all bookstores. For more information, or to order books online, visit our website at www.MacEwanBookstore.com. Quick service is available 24 hours a day, for secure online purchasing, of new and used text books, news and events, and other cool stuff. Bookstore hours of operation All MacEwan Bookstores extend hours of operation at the beginning of each term.

For more information on hours of operation at any of our stores, check our website at www.MacEwanBookstore.com or call: City Centre Campus 780-497-5482 Centre for the Arts and Communications 780-497-4382

MacEwan LIBRARY photo id/library card A photo ID/library card is available to currently registered MacEwan students. The card, which serves as the official MacEwan student identification and library card can be obtained from the library at any of the four MacEwan campuses.

The MacEwan photo ID/library card is used for: • Borrowing books, videos, periodicals and other materials from the library. • Borrowing books from the U of A and other libraries in the NEOS consortium.

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• MacEwan student U-Pass identification. • Proof of identification at a variety of campus facilities including the Christenson Family Centre for Sport and Wellness. • Proof of eligibility for student discounts in and around Edmonton.

STUdENTS’ ASSOCIATION OF GRANT MacEwan UNIVERSITY

library Each MacEwan campus has a library that offers a wide range of resources and services and staff to support students. The student portal (myMacEwan.ca) is the access point for renewing library materials, finding books and articles, writing style guidelines, reputable websites, hours of operation, technology support and other information.

about us Through advocacy and support, the Students’ Association (SA) provides opportunities that advance student success. We represent all MacEwan students with the vision of Success for students.

MacEwan students have access to a library collection of more than 311,000 items, such as books, videos and DVDs, CDs, print and electronic journals, electronic books, and a reserve materials collection. Other services the library offers include: • reference staff to assist with library research and reference questions • technology support staff to assist with technology related questions • student photo identification card production • PC and Mac computers with Internet access and word processing software • AV equipment and rental laptops • wireless Internet access • photocopiers and printers • borrowing privileges at many other libraries in the Edmonton area such as U of A, the public libraries, and a number of hospital and government libraries For further information on library services contact: City Centre Campus:780-497-5850 Centre for the Arts and Communications: 780-497-4346 South Campus:

780-497-4054

Alberta College Campus:

780-633-3738

WE’vE MOvED! SA MacEwan’s City Centre Campus offices are now in Room 7-292.

The SA speaks for students at the university’s Board of Governors and provides support for clubs, entertainment events and activities for students on all four MacEwan campuses. The SA also provides key services – Safe Walk, Peer Support, Project HOPE, SWAT (Social Wellness Awareness Team) and Global Projects. The SA offers a full host of online registries for all of your student needs including tutor, housing, used text books, typist, carpool, classified, volunteer and job (find more information about our services at www.MacEwan.ca/SA). Included in our services are the weekly newspaper Intercamp, produced from September to April, and our annual handbook given to students at the start of the school year. Both publications are available free of charge to students. students’ council The Students’ Council is the highest governing body of SA MacEwan. The council contains four executive members and 12 student representatives from City Centre Campus, South Campus and Centre for the Arts and Communications. The student body elects the council members annually in October.

As the highest governing body of the SA, the Students’ Council makes decisions on the priorities of SA MacEwan. Council oversees a $2M budget, approves policy for dozens of staff and volunteers, and monitors the performance of the executives to hold them

accountable. Students’ Council is responsible for setting out the mission and vision of SA MacEwan and guiding the SA toward accomplishing it. executive council The Students’ Association Executive Council is elected each March. The four members of the executive (President, VP Operations and Finance, VP Academic and VP Campus Life) are responsible for giving the SA vision and direction, supported by the full- and parttime staff members. The executive initiates projects and manages the logistical and financial operations of the SA. The executive members must attend a minimum of one course per semester and work in the office a minimum of 35 hours per week. Check out our website at www.MacEwan.ca/SA for our current Executive Council. volunteering Volunteering is a big part of university life, and SA MacEwan relies on roughly 150 volunteers each year to provide support at events and services. In total, these volunteers put in approximately 5,000 hours. Some of the volunteer opportunities that exist are Peer Support, Safe Walk, SWAT, Global Projects, Intercamp contributor, special events (beer gardens, concerts), Academic Council, Campus Advisory Boards, elections and other general volunteer opportunities. We honour the hard work of our volunteers with special evenings for volunteers throughout the year and a rewards program.

Located in Building 8 at MacEwan’s City Centre Campus, the Centre for Sport and Wellness houses a 5,000-square-foot fitness area, pool, a beautiful gymnasium, steam rooms and squash/ racquetball courts. Recreation MacEwan Recreation offers a variety of exciting recreation leagues and events for students to take advantage of. Events (including MacEwan’s Road Trip), tournaments (including volleyball, dodgeball and AllNighter), and recreation leagues (intramurals) are available. Go to www.MacEwan.ca/recreation or call 780-497-5370 for more information. Fitness Full-time students who pay their Sport and Wellness Fee receive access to the Centre for Sport and Wellness during their studies. The membership includes access to the fitness area, pool, the gymnasium, drop-in fitness and student only programming and the squash/ racquetball courts. Free valueadded (drop-in) fitness and aquatic classes are available every day.

In addition to our City Centre Campus facility, South Campus and Centre for the Arts and Communications students also have fitness facilities on their campus. For access information to these facilities, contact the Students’ Association office at your campus or call 780-497-5300. Visit www.MacEwanCentre.ca for additional program information.

CHRISTENSON FAMILY CENTRE FOR SPORT ANd WELLNESS about us At the Christenson Family Centre for Sport and Wellness, we inspire and enable individuals to achieve their health and lifestyle goals. Students at MacEwan have access to top-notch fitness facilities, programs and services that encourage individuals to lead healthy and active lifestyles.

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Griffins Athletics has a proud tradition of competing in hockey, basketball, volleyball, soccer, curling, cross-country running, golf and dance. We compete against 17 Alberta and Saskatchewan colleges in the Alberta College Athletic Conference (ACAC). Come out to cheer on your Griffins to victory! A complete game schedule is on our website, or pick up a schedule card at the Centre for Sport and Wellness. If you’re interested in joining a team, tryouts are held at the end of August/early September. Check out the complete try-out schedule on our website. We also offer a number of part-time jobs for students in a number of areas. For more information visit www.MacEwanAthletics.ca or call 780-497-5292.

MacEwan Residence offers students more than just a place to live. Its a place where they can interact with other students. A place to learn and excel in a supportive environment. And a place to call home. Residents often say they appreciate how easy it is to meet new people and to develop great friendships that last well beyond their experiences at MacEwan. The residence environment provides you the opportunity to become an active member of the MacEwan community and to develop a range of personal skills. The Residence Life program includes everything from social events and fun activities like intramurals and movie nights, to personal growth workshops like study skills and resumé writing workshops, to formal leadership opportunities as student leadership staff in the community. Visit our website for up-to-date rates, virtual tours, to apply online, or for more information. www.MacEwanResidence.ca

REGISTRATION

REGISTRATION INFORMATION

GRIFFINS ATHLETICS

MacEwan RESIdENCE

Registration will be accepted up to the second class unless the class is full prior to that date (exception: short courses). It is your responsibility to ensure that prerequisites are met. Registration can be done by the following methods: online You can now register for selected credit or noncredit continuing education courses through http://webadvisor.MacEwan.ca and pay using your VISA or MasterCard. in-person Please refer to page (v) for campus locations and hours of operation. After hours, the Registrar’s Office has a drop box located in the front of the reception counter at the City Centre Campus. Registration will be processed the next business day. Mail The Registrar’s Office Grant MacEwan University P.O. Box 1796 Edmonton, AB T5J 2P2

Please supply all the information requested on our registration form located on page 76. Attach the course fee (cheque or money order made payable to Grant MacEwan University) or provide your VISA/ MasterCard information. Payment in full is required at the time of registration. corporate sponsorship If a company is assuming the costs of an employee’s registration, full student information is still required (i.e., last name, first name, birthdate, etc.). Please provide this, plus your sponsor’s name and phone number and a purchase order number or authorization on company letterhead/stationery.

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health services Health services are available to students, staff and the public from Monday to Friday, 8:30 am – 4:30 pm. Services include student priority appointments, physician consultations, medical exams, immunizations, allergy shots, gynecology, birth control counselling, exam deferral notes, chiropractic services and first aid. Go to www.MacEwanHealth.ca or call 780-497-5699 to make an appointment. Walk-ins are welcome.

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telephone Call 780-497-5000 between the hours of 8:30 am and 4:30 pm, Monday through Friday, to reach a registration assistant. Have your VISA or MasterCard number and course information ready before you call so that we may process your registration and payment efficiently. Grant MacEwan University must validate all charge card payments. If authorization is not received, we will be unable to complete your registration. One of our registration assistants will attempt to contact you. Fax Send to 780-497-5001.

Complete the registration form located on page 76. Or, you can visit our website at www.MacEwan.ca, print and complete our Continuing Education Registration Form, and fax for registration. Provide VISA/MasterCard information, copy of purchase order request or sponsorship approval on company stationery. confirmation In-person registrants will receive confirmation at the time of registration. Mail-in, fax, or telephone registrations will be confirmed through the mail with all the necessary information provided (e.g., dates, times, and room locations). This registration statement will also allow you to obtain a MacEwan ID card. Online registrants will be emailed their confirmation of registration.

AUDITING Students auditing a credit course which has a section number of 550 – 999 must pay the full tuition fee. The student must submit a completed “Application to Audit” form to the Office of the Registrar, signed by the program chair, designate or instructor. Auditing privileges will not be granted to students wishing to audit a noncredit course.

INCOME TAx RECEIPTS t2202a: tuition and education tax credits Tax receipts (2010) will be available online at www.myMacEwan.ca by the end of February 2011. The issuance of the tax receipts is based on a number of criteria such as:

• Eligibility of the course taken: (post-secondary level) leading to a certificate, diploma or degree. (Personal interest/ leisure courses are not eligible) • Tuition paid above $100 • Duration of course: minimum three weeks • Age above 16 years. (Date of birth and SIN required on registration) Please refer to IT-515R2 Education Tax credit, IT-516R2 Tuition Tax credit on the CRA website at www.cra-arc.gc.ca/tax for more information.

G.S.T. Tuition for noncredit courses and additional fees may be subject to G.S.T.

ROOM LOCATIONS Room locations for evening courses will be posted beside the Information Centre on all campuses.

REPEATING CREdIT COURSES (Excerpt from Policy C1035: Repeating credit Courses) Students are responsible for monitoring the number of times they have repeated a course. Credit may be withheld if the student does not abide by this policy. Exceptions to the policy must be approved by a dean. 1. This policy encompasses all credit courses at MacEwan with the exception of courses in English as a Second Language and high school equivalency courses in Preparation for University and College.

2. For purposes of this policy, if a course taken at another postsecondary institution results in a grade of F, this will not be counted as an attempt under this policy. In addition, if a course taken at another postsecondary institution is nontransferable for other reasons, the course will not be counted as an attempt. 3. Students in credit courses shall be allowed to repeat any course one additional time, regardless of whether the initial registration resulted in a failing or passing grade. 4. Courses that are repeated more than once without an approved exemption will be recorded on transcripts with the notation “Same as [Course XXX]” but will not be assigned credits nor be used towards graduation requirements. 5. Course withdrawals (W) and Audits (AU) do not count as course attempts. 6. Students are responsible for gathering and understanding admission requirements of receiving institutions, as per Policy C2030 (InterInstitutional Transferability). Because some post-secondary institutions have policies that prohibit the transfer of more than one grade per course, students who may want to transfer credits should contact the receiving institution when planning to repeat courses. 7. When a student repeats a course at MacEwan, all grades appear on the transcript. For the overall graduation evaluation, the course with the best grade will be used to fulfill graduation requirements.

CANCELLATIONS, WITHdRAWALS, ANd REFUNdS (Excerpt from Policy E 1112) Refunds for tuition and fees will be actioned according to the guidelines at set out in Policy E1112 Tuition and Miscellaneous Fees and Refunds.

Non-attendance does not constitute notice of withdrawal for the purpose of applying for a refund. If you stop attending a program or course without written notification to the Office of the Registrar or without completing a withdrawal form, you will not be eligible for a refund, and you will be responsible for any outstanding fees. As costrecovery activities require payment in full at the time of registration, stop payments on cheques will not constitute an automatic withdrawal. You are responsible for requesting, completing and signing a withdrawal form which is available from the Office of the Registrar or any Information Centre. It is recommended that a program student have a course drop form signed by a program advisor or a program/section chair. If a student drops all of their courses online using web advisor this does not constitute a withdrawal from the university and can result in fees remaining on the student’s account. Continuing education/outreach students may contact the Office of the Registrar directly 780-497-5000 to withdraw if unable to do so in person. Consideration for refunds may be given in special circumstances on compassionate grounds. These requests must be submitted in writing and appropriate supporting documentation must be attached (for example, a letter from a medical doctor). The Associate Registrar, Records, or designate will be the authority for the approval of special circumstance requests Refund categories for credit courses Refund Category A1: Refund for courses that are between seven to 30 weeks in length (fall, winter and yearround terms)

To be eligible for a 100 per cent refund of tuition and special and material fees, students must officially drop the course by the last day to add/drop courses as indicated in the academic schedule. To be eligible for a 50 per cent refund of tuition and special and material fees, students must

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Refund Category A2: Refund for courses that are less than seven weeks in length (spring and summer terms) To be eligible for a 100 per cent refund of tuition and special and material fees, students must officially drop the course by the last day to add/drop courses as indicated in the academic schedule. To be eligible for a 50 per cent refund of tuition and special and material fees, students must officially withdraw from the course after the last day to add/ drop courses as indicated in the academic schedule and prior to the 11th working day from the start of the term. There is no refund after this date. Refund Category A3: Refund for alternative delivery (not offered on campus) courses To be eligible for a 100 per cent refund of tuition and special and material fees, students must officially withdraw within 10 working days from the start of the course. To be eligible for a 50 per cent refund of tuition and special and material fees, students must officially withdraw between 11 to 25 working days from the start of the course. There is no refund after this date. Refund Category A4: Courses that begin after the add/drop period (includes courses that do not align with the official Academic Schedule) To be eligible for a 100 per cent refund of tuition and special and material fees, students must officially withdraw from the course within five working days from the start of the course. To be eligible for a 50 per cent refund of tuition and special and material fees, students must officially withdraw from the course between six to 10 working days from the start of the course. There is no refund after this date.

Refund Category A5: Courses that require a non-refundable deposit (courses may include but are not limited to those with a travel component) Prior to the published refund deadline date, students may receive a full refund less the nonrefundable deposit. No refund is available after the published deadline date. Refund categories for noncredit courses Refund Category B1: For courses more than four weeks in length

A 100 per cent refund minus an administrative withdrawal fee (as approved by the Board of Governors) per course plus a 100 per cent refund of material and special fees is available to students who withdraw before the day of the second scheduled class. No refund is available after the deadline date. Refund Category B2: Workshops/ Seminars/Short Courses (four weeks or less) Students are eligible for a 100 per cent refund minus an administrative withdrawal fee (as approved by the Board of Governors) provided the withdrawal form is received in the Office of the Registrar five working days before the first scheduled class. No refund is available after the deadline date. Refund Category C1: Private Lessons in the Performing Arts Students are entitled to a 100 per cent refund of the unused portion of tuition and material/special fees minus an administrative withdrawal fee (as approved by the Board of Governors). An authorizing signature from the department is required in order to be eligible for this refund. other Refund policies Refund Category E1: Other fees (i.e. Note sales, books, etc.)

If “other” items are provided or distributed prior to or on the first day of class, there will be no refund available once the course has started. A 100 per cent refund

will be available prior to the course start date if materials are returned in unused/new condition. When courses are offered on behalf of another learning institution or sponsoring agency, the refund category will be in accordance with the signed contract. Students must contact their program for further refund details.

CALENDAR INFORMATION For information on issues such as skills appraisal, grading for credit courses, records and confidentiality, students’ rights and responsibilities, and other policies, please refer to the academic calendar. Copies of the calendar are available for reference at the Learning Resources Centre, Counselling Offices, Information Centres, and the Registrar’s Office. Calendars are also available for purchase at all university bookstores for $5. You may also view and download the calendar from the university website: www.MacEwan.ca.

GRADES The official grading system at Grant MacEwan University is the four-point grade system. While instructors may use percentages to aid in the grade development, percentages are not part of Grant MacEwan University’s official grading system. Therefore, students should not expect percentage grade and letter equivalencies to be the same in all courses. (See policy on Grading in the 2010/2011 Calendar.)

SPECIAL ExAMINATIONS FINAL ASSESSMENT (Excerpt From Policy C2005) Students enrolled in credit courses must be notified in a timely manner of final assessment activities (which may include written and oral final examinations, final projects and presentations). The final assessment date(s) will be part of the academic schedule.

REGULATIONS Where a final exam period is specified in the academic schedule for a course, the final assessment shall occur within that period and shall be scheduled no later than the last day of term. The dates and time for all final assessments shall be published no later than half way through the term in which the final assessment is scheduled. The final assessment shall not have a value of greater than 60 per cent of the maximum course marks except: • One-credit courses • Directed Field Studies courses (See Policy C2020 Grading) Students must be available for final assessments for courses in which they are registered. You are responsible for finding out the final assessment date, time and location. If you are unable to attend a final examination or complete a final assessment activity at the scheduled time because of a compelling reason (such as illness, domestic affliction, or religious belief), you can apply to your program/department chair or to the person indicated in the course outline for a deferred examination or an extension for completion for other final assessment activities, but in any case no later than two (2) days after the missed activity (See Policy C2020 Grading). If approved, a notation of DEF for final examinations or IN for final assessments will be temporarily noted on the student record and will be replaced with a final grade in the normal manner. Approval for a deferral final examination or extension rests with the program/ department chair after consultation with the instructor. Deferred examinations will normally be written within two (2) weeks of the submission of course grades to the Registrar and shall be designed to replace the final examination in weight and scope. Program students are not expected to complete more than two final assessment activities on any given day except in cases of take-home examinations and outreach credit courses. During the final examination period, classrooms may be reassigned to accommodate examinations.

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officially withdraw from the course after the last day to add/ drop courses as indicated in the academic schedule and prior to the 21st working day from the start of the term. There is no refund after this date.

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(Excerpt from Policy C2020) Students may request the reassessment of a final examination by completing a request for reassessment and submitting the requisite fee to the Office of the Registrar. The application for reassessment shall be made within 15 calendar days from the date of the official publication of the course grades (statement of grades). The results of the reassessment as affecting the final grade shall be communicated to the student, by the Registrar as soon as possible.

SUPPLEMENTAL ExAMINATIONS (Excerpt from Policy C2020) Opportunities for the privilege of writing supplemental exams may be provided in cases where a student’s academic performance in a course declines significantly due to poor performance on a final written examination worth more than 40 per cent of the course grade. The instructor may indicate a supplemental privilege by affixing the letter “S” to the course grade, and then the onus rests with the student to request a supplementary examination. The instructor makes a determination based on the circumstances of the case. Supplemental examinations shall replace the final examination and cover the same material in scope and depth. The student’s record shall clearly indicate the original course grade suffixed with an S as well as the subsequent course grade earned after the writing of a supplemental examination.

COURSE WAITING LIST Courses fill quickly and registrations are accepted on a first-come basis. Because of their popularity, some courses may already be full when you receive this publication. If your course is full, please ask to be placed on the course waiting list (except for Arts and Science courses as there are no waiting lists in effect). The department responsible for your course will contact you should a space become available. Being on a course waiting list does not entitle you to attend classes.

TUITION FEES appRoved 2010/2011 canadian immigrant students tuition Fee schedule (includes permanent Residence students)

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Base Fee: Generally applied $309 Plus $95/ to certificate, diploma, applied credit degree programs – exceptions would be some special delivery or costrecovery programs

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Base Fee: Bachelor of Child $309 Plus: $121/ and Youth Care program and some credit special delivery or cost-reovery programs

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Base Fee: Bachelor of Arts $309 Plus: $128/ and Bachelor credit of Commerce programs and some special delivery or costrecovery programs

appRoved 2010/2011 international tuition Fee schedule

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Base Fee:

Generally applied $464/credit to certificate, diploma, applied degree programs – exceptions would be some special delivery or costrecovery programs

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Bachelor of Child $477/credit and Youth Care program and some special delivery or cost-recovery programs

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Bachelor of Arts $485/credit and Bachelor of Commerce programs and some special delivery or costrecovery programs

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TERM FEES Students taking noncredit or unclassified programming in the fall/winter terms at a level of nine credits per semester are assessed term fees. Students in spring/summer term fees are assessed starting at four credits. Term fees include, Sport and Wellness Fee, Technology Fee, Registrarial Service Fee, GEF, Student Association Fee. The following charts outline the specific term fee assessments. For more information on any of our programs and services, visit our website at www.MacEwan.ca Fall and Winter terms

Term Fee

Fee per Credit

SA Membership Fee

$9/credit starting at 4 credits. (maximum $81/ term at 9+ credits)

Health Care Fee

$60/term (at 9+ credits)*

Dental Fee

$39/term (at 9+ credits)

Base Fee:

Bachelor of $493/credit Science and Bachelor of Science in Nursing programs and some speical delivery or costrecovery programs

NONCREDIT COURSES An international student who is taking a noncredit course will be charged twice the Canadian tuition fee for that noncredit course. If applicable, this will be in addition to credit tuition charges.

Global $3.50/term Education Fee (at 9+ credits) Technology Fee

$2/credit (maximum $30/ term at 15+ credits)

U-Pass

$110/term (at 9+ credits)

Registrarial Service

$13/term (full-time)

Sport and Wellness Fee

$70/term starting at 6 credits

Note: For detailed information on your program tuition and other fees visit www.MacEwan.ca/tuitionfees. *These fees are under review and may change before September 2010.

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Base Fee: $309 Bachelor of Plus: $149/ Science and credit Bachelor of Science in Nursing programs and some special delivery or costrecovery programs

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www.MacEwan.ca/tuitionfees Macewan card/student id A MacEwan card is available to all students enrolled in a credit or noncredit course. If you are a credit student, a mandatory $10 fee will be added to the cost of your registration. If you are a noncredit student and wish to obtain a MacEwan card, simply request it at the time of registration and $10 will be added to the cost of your registration. The cards will be produced and distributed by your campus library. This card allows you to borrow materials from any of the campus Libraries and from selected external libraries, and to access library online databases and services. For more information, call 780-497-5852. Materials/special fees To help you make the most of your education and to reduce your costs, the university produces or purchases material for some courses. For specific courses, a compulsory materials fee is charged when you register. Please refer to the specific courses required in your program when calculating your material fees. Visit www.MacEwan.ca/materialfees for a listing and explanation of material and special fees. health and wellness fees MacEwan supports the value of developing the whole person by providing students with opportunities to grow intellectually, socially, personally, and physically. Fees are assessed to support the provision of these services for students. These component fees are assessed to students with six or more credits per term. Fees are adjusted for spring and summer session. campus recreation The sport and wellness fee also provides students with recreation programming. MacEwan Recreation coordinates intramural leagues and tournaments (volleyball, basketball, dodgeball, all-nighter and indoor soccer). Recreation also offers adventure programming like MacEwan’s Winter Road Trip and Get Into It! Adventures, which includes activities like skiing and

snowboarding, rock climbing, rafting and dog sledding. Go to www.MacEwan.ca/Recreation or call 780-497-5694 for more information. athletics MacEwan Griffins Athletics has a proud tradition of competing and winning in the Alberta Colleges Athletic Conference (ACAC). The Griffins compete against 17 other Alberta and Saskatchewan colleges and universities in hockey, basketball, volleyball, soccer, curling, cross country running, golf and dance.

A complete game schedule is on our website, or pick up a schedule card at the Centre for Sport and Wellness. Come out to cheer on your Griffins to victory! If you’re interested in joining a team, tryouts are held at the end of August/early September. We also offer a number of part-time jobs for students in a number of areas. For more information visit www.MacEwanAthletics.ca or call 780-497-5292. health services Health services are available to students Monday to Friday from 8:30 am to 4:30 pm in the MacEwan Medical Clinic (8-107). Services include physician consultations, medical exams, immunizations, allergy shots, gynecology, birth control counseling, nutrition counseling, exam deferral notes, first aid and student priority appointments.

Go to www.MacEwanHealth.ca or call 780-497-5699 to make an appointment. Walk-ins are welcome. students’ association MeMBeRship Fees All MacEwan students are members of the Students’ Association, and membership fees for on-campus post-secondary students are assessed based on credit level at the university. The Students’ Association uses membership fees to fund our operational services which include: Peer Support, sales of discounted movie and sports tickets, emergency loans, free handbook, student newspaper, transit pass sales and administration of the U-Pass, and much more. You can access more

details about your membership benefits at www.MacEwan.ca/sa or drop by any of our offices. The Students’ Association membership fee will be assessed along with tuition fee fees as part of the registration process. Mandatory student health and dental Fee A mandatory supplemental health care and dental care fee will be assessed to eligible full-time on-campus credit program students as part of the registration process. (Refer to the Academic Regulations section of this calendar for the eligibility requirements or contact your plan administrator.)

Student eligibility for health and dental plans is determined and assessed in the fall term for coverage until December 31 and again in the winter term for coverage until August 31. Any student with proof of alternate coverage for supplemental health care and/or dental care may opt out of these plans prior to the advertised deadline date by contacting the plan administrator. Please note that the health plan is above and beyond your provincial insurance plan and the dental plan has a list of specified dentists. For more information about your eligibility, policy content, family add-on, opt out, current network dental list, etc., call the Student Benefits Plan Office at 780-497-4675 or drop by the Students’ Association Office. global education fee All students who are considered full-time will be assessed a $3.50 per term (for fall and winter terms only) Global Education Fee. This fee is allocated so that $1 goes towards providing funds to overseas educational project for underprivileged school and students and $2.50 will be utilized to sponsor refugee students’ attendance at Grant MacEwan University. technology Fee This fee was established to fund technology projects that specifically result in providing students with new or improved technology services. All credit students will be assessed $2 per credit per term (to a maximum of $30 per term). Eg. if you are registered in six credits, the fee would be $12. The fee will be assessed at the time of registration.

eCampusAlberta courses are exempt from this fee as there is a separate technology fee assessed for eCampusAlberta courses. Registrarial fee The registrarial fee is an inclusive fee that is charged each term based on a student’s full-time or part-time status. It covers services offered by the Office of the Registrar that were previously charged on a fee per service basis.

GET ON BOARd WITH U-PASS MacEwan students made a decision to do their part for an environmentally friendlier future with the establishment of the U-Pass. The Universal Transit Pass (U-Pass), at a cost of $110 per semester for all full-time students, is a considerable savings from the current cost of a post-secondary pass. The U-Pass gives all full-time MacEwan students unlimited use of regular ETS, St. Albert and Strathcona bus and LRT service from September to April. It is important to note that parttime students will not be assessed the U-Pass fee unless they are taking a combined total of nine credits in the fall and winter terms. At MacEwan, the Students’ Association will administer the U-Pass and will attach the U-Pass sticker on the MacEwan ID’s of full-time students from late August to late September for the fall term and December and January for the winter term. Stickers will be available at your local SA office or the SAM Centre at City Centre Campus. Each term requires a different sticker. For more information on U-Pass, visit www.MacEwan.ca/upass.

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Accepted program The program for which as student has received an official acceptance from the university. Course changes Changes in registration such as course drops, adds, and section changes submitted on the Change/ Withdrawal Notice; submitted to the Information Centre or Registrar’s Office. Fee assessment Amount owing as a result of course selection and registration. Full-time student A student registered in nine or more credits in fall or winter; five or more credits in spring or summer. MacEwan card Official university and Learning Resource Centre identification card available from any library on any campus. Prerequisites Specified course requirements that must be satisfactorily completed prior to registration in that course. It is the student’s responsibility to ensure that prerequisites are completed. Refund A credit balance on the student’s account as a result of a change in registration status prior to the specified deadline for each trimester. Registration statement A list of courses and fees assessed for the terms in which you have registered. Lists the scheduled start date, time, and room number for each course.

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Accounting . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8 Accounting and Strategic Management Diploma Courses . . . . . . . . 9 Accounting and Strategic Measurement . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8 Accounting Online . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 32 Accounting Technology Certificate Courses . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8 Acupuncture . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 36 Alberta College Conservatory of Music . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 44 Anthropology . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 54 Arts and Communications . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2 Arts and Cultural Management . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4 Bachelor of Applied Business Administration – Accounting . . . . . 10 Bachelor of Applied Communications in Professional Writing . . . 24 Bachelor of Commerce . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10 Business Communication . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 25 Career Development . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1 Children and Youth Courses . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 23 Classics . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 57 Communications . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 60 Computer-Graphics . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 28 Copyediting . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 24 Creative Writing . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 27 Dance . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4 Distance Learning . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 32 eCampusAlberta – University and College Credit Courses . . . . . . 32 Economics . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 59 Editing . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17 English . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 59 Fine Art . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 65 Freelance Writing . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 27 French . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 41 French and Spanish . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 41 General MacEwan Information . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 66 Grammar . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 27, 43 Grammar Refresher . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 27 History . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 60 Human Resources . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12 International Languages Training . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 41 Japanese . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 60 Languages . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 41 Leadership . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10 Legal Assistant . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14 Management Studies . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17 Management Studies Online . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 33 Mathematics . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 61 Music . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 44 Nursing . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 48 Philosophy . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 62 Photography . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7 Physical Education . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 63 Plain Language . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 27 Political Science . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 63 Professional Development . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 43 Psychology . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 63 Public Relations Diploma . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17 Registration Information . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 69 Sociology . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 64 Spanish . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 41 Statistics . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 65 Theatre Production . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7 Writing . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 24

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............ FIvE WAYS TO REGISTER: Online visit www.MacEwan.ca/continuinged

We have expanded our online registration services. You can now register for both credit and noncredit outreach/continuing education courses and pay for them using your VISA or MasterCard. Telephone

Call 780-497-5000 or toll-free 1-888-497-4622 (ext. 5000) 8:30 am – 4:30 pm Monday through Friday visit Office of the Registrar City Centre Campus Monday – Thursday: 7:30 am – 7 pm Friday: 7:30 am – 4:30 pm Saturday: 8 am – 2 pm (closed Sunday, holidays, and Saturday of long weekends)

Summer hours: May 10 – August 27, 2010 Monday – Friday: 8 am – 4:30 pm or visit one of the Information Centres at Centre for the Arts and Communications, Alberta College Campus, or South Campus. Mail Office of the Registrar Grant MacEwan University P.O. Box 1796 Edmonton, AB T5J 2P2 Fax

Send registration to 780-497-5001.

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Aboriginal Applicants If you wish to declare your Aboriginal heritage for the purposes of developing support services, programs, and statistical purposes, please indicate:

CHEQUES OR MONEY ORDERS SHOULD BE MADE PAYABLE TO GRANT MACEWAN UNIVERSITY. FEES MUST BE PAID AT THE TIME OF REGISTRATION. SPONSORED STUDENTS MUST SHOW PROOF OF SPONSORSHIP WHEN THEY REGISTER.

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A non-refundable $10.00 Student ID Card fee will be assessed for all new students registering for their first credit course.

Protection of Privacy – The personal information requested on this form is collected under the authority of the Alberta Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy (FOIP) Act for authorized purposes including admission and registration, administration of records, scholarship and awards, student services, and university planning and research. Student personal information may be disclosed to academic and administrative units according to university policy, federal and provincial reporting requirements, information sharing agreements and to contracted services as required. Direct questions expressly related to the collection and use of this information to the Associate Registrar, Records and Convocation, Grant MacEwan University, 10700 – 104th Avenue, Edmonton, AB, T5J 4S2, telephone 780.497.4495.

PROCEDURES OF THE UNIVERSITY. March 2010

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MacEwan Fall/Winter 2010/2011 Continuing Education Guide  

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