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Academic Calendar 2012-13

Academic Calendar 2012-13

Chapter 4 4-BIOLOGY BIOL

Chapter 4 4-BIOLOGY BIOL 4105 Honours Thesis Students will work with a faculty supervisor to complete an independent research project. With this supervisor, each student will develop a research question, and then work to investigate this question. Students will perform background research into their chosen topic, plan and execute a research strategy that addresses their chosen question, analyze their collected data, and produce a poster presentation, a PowerPoint (or equivalent) presentation, and a scientific paper using the general formatting associated with peer-reviewed journal publications in biology (formatting information provided). Prerequisite: This course is restricted to students in the fouryear program. (LEC, LAB, EXP) (6 cr) BIOL 4206 Concepts in Health Informatics This course introduces students to the science of health informatics and investigates the application of computing and communications technology to healthcare, health systems administration and biomedical research. This diverse area of inquiry deals with the design and optimization of information systems to support primary health care delivery, clinical practice, epidemiology and public health research, hospital administration and numerous other health sector fields. Health Informatics as a discipline deals with organizing, modeling, designing, processing, analyzing, communicating and protecting health information and bio-medical research data. Prerequisite: completion of second year core program in Biology or permission from the instructor. (LEC 3, LAB 3) (3 cr) BIOL 4306 Aquatic Biology This course introduces students to the diverse array of aquatic environments and the various organisms that inhabit them. The first third of the course focuses on the physical properties of the oceanic and freshwater environments. The second third of the course surveys the major components of aquatic food chains and the ecology and adaptations of representative groups. The final third of the course addresses issues related to harvesting, pollution and the value of aquatic biodiversity. Prerequisites: BIOL 3356/3357 or permission of the instructor. (LEC 3, LAB 3) (3 cr) BIOL 4426 Advanced Studies in Ecology and Evolution This course introduces students to various ‘big’ research questions in the fields of ecology and evolution. Students participate in class discussions in which they are expected to critically evaluate research papers, and discuss problems and possible solutions. Students also gain skill in writing research proposals and literature reviews, and in making presentations using computer media programs, and gain experience in collecting and analyzing data used to investigate scientific hypotheses. Prerequisites: BIOL 2056, 3356/3357 or permission from the instructor. (LEC 3, LAB 3) (3 cr) BIOL 4506 Invasive Species Biology This course introduces students to the basic problems posed globally by invasive species, and is focused on species that are a problem locally/regionally (e.g., Lamprey in the Great Lakes; Strangling Dog Vine and Garlic Mustard in southern Ontario). The course is presented as a series of questions posed to students directly in class, and includes discussion of particular case studies and guest lectures presented by scientists directly engaged in invasive species research. Students participate in class discussions and debates in which they are expected to critically evaluate research papers, and discuss problems and possible solutions regarding particular case studies. Students gain skills in writing research proposals and literature reviews, making presentations using computer media programs, and collecting and analyzing field data used to investigate scientific hypotheses. Prerequisites: BIOL 3356/3357 or permission of the instructor. (LEC 3, LAB 3) (3 cr) BIOL 4726 The Scientific Enlightenment This course is a historical examination of the development of scientific ideas and methods in the period from the early sixteenth century to the early eighteenth century, a time often referred to as the “scientific revolution”. The seminar will focus on the establishment of the foundations of modern scientific principles and enquiry, and their relationship to intellectual, social, cultural, and political developments that led to the dawn of the modern era in Europe. Prerequisite: related 2000 series course or permission from the department. Students may not retain credit for more than one of BIOL 4726, HIST 4726, HIST 4725, and PSYC 4726. (SEM 3) (3 cr) BIOL 4906 Advanced Topics in Biology I The course examines advanced coverage of particular topics in biology with accompanying lab when appropriate. Specific content varies from year to year depending on faculty expertise and research. Prerequisite: completion of the third year core program in Biology or permission from the instructor. (LEC 3, LAB 3) (3 cr) BIOL 4907 Advanced Topics in Biology II The course examines advanced coverage of particular topics in biology with accompanying lab when appropriate. Specific content varies from year to year depending on faculty expertise and research. Prerequisite: completion of the third year core program in Biology or permission from the instructor. (LEC 3, LAB 3) (3 cr) ALGOMA UNIVERSITY www.algomau.ca 58

FACULTY PROFESSOR(S) R. K. Kadiyala, B.Sc. (Andhra), M.Sc. (Purdue), Ph.D. (Western Ontario) ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR(S) D. V. Galotta, B.Comm. (Hons), M.B.A. (Queen’s), C.M.A.; P. Matthews, B.Sc., B.Sc. (McGill), M.B.A. (Concordia) ASSISTANT PROFESSOR(S) C. Denomme, B.B.A. (Hons) (Laurentian- Algoma), M.B.A. (Windsor); H. Hornstein, B.A. (Laurentian), Certificate of Honours Standing (University of Western Ontario), M.Sc., Ph.D. (Calgary); H. Luitel, M.A. (Tribhuvan University), Ph.D. (West Virginia University) ADJUNCT PROFESSOR(S) C.B. Willson, B.A. (Toronto), LL.B. (Western Ontario), LL.M. (London School of Economics and Political Science) SESSIONAL FACULTY R. Beggs, B.Sc. (Lakehead), M.B.A. (York); J. Borrelli, B.B.A. (Hons) (Laurentian- Algoma), C.A.; M. Brant, B.B.A. (Laurentian - Algoma), C.M.A., C.G.A.; E. M. Bumbacco, B.B.A. (Notre Dame); F. Carlyle, Dip. Marketing & Sales Management (UBC), B.A. (Simon Fraser); A. Evans, B.B.A. (Laurentian-Algoma), C.A.; A. Gordon, B.A. (Trinity Western), B.Ed. (Alberta), M.B.A. (Lansbridge); N. Gore, B.Comm. (University of British Columbia), M.I.R. (Toronto); S. Hussey, B.Comm. (Carleton), C.A.; H. Linfors, B.Comm. (Laurentian), M.B.A. (Alberta); L. Little, B.A. (Hons) (Windsor), M.B.A. (LSSU); J. W. Mitchell, B.Math (Waterloo), C.M.A.; J. Rebek, B.B.A. (Hons) (Laurentian- Algoma), M.A. (Royal Roads University); N. Robinson, B.Comm (Carleton), Inter’N M.B.A. (Ottawa); A. Rossi, B.A. (Wilfred Laurier), C.A.; J. Stefanizzi, B.Comm. (Hons) (Carleton), C.A.; R. Tarantini, B.B.A. (Laurentian-Algoma), M.B.A. (Windsor); B. Zinser, B.A. (University of Illinois), M.B.A. (Northwestern University) BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION Department of Business and Economics BRAMPTON CAMPUS SESSIONAL FACULTY J. Bird, Honours B. Comm (Lakehead), M.B.A. (McMaster), CHRP; G. Culli, M.Sc.(Mathematic Sciences & Education), Ph.D. (Tirana); D. Deering, B.A. (Western Ontario), M.B.A. (Wilfrid Laurier), CHRP; R. Deklerk, Hons. B.Comm (Windsor); M.B.A. (Lincoln), C.G.A., CIA, CFSA; J. Ganczarski, B.S. (University of State of New York), M.Sc. (Aspeny), Ph.D. (Northcentral); A. Mahmood, B. Comm, (Hons)(Ryerson), M.B.A. (Stanford), C.A., C.F.A.; K. Munn, LL.B. (Osgoode), B.A.Sc. (Occupational Health and Safety)(Ryerson); O. Obioye, M.B.A. (Middlesex); P. Ostrowski, B.Sc. (Hons.)(Toronto), M.B.A.(Toronto), M.Eng. (Toronto), Ph.D.(Capella); C. Polvorosa, B.A. (Philippines); M. Policy Science (National Graduate Institute for Policy Studies), G.Dip. (York); B. Rashid, M.B.A. (IBA, Karachi), M.Sc. (Project Management)(Cranfield), DBA (Reading), C.M.A.; S. Rupra, B.A. (McMaster); HR Mgt Cert. (York), CHRP; S. Stein, B.Sc. (Hons.)(Toronto), M.B.A. (McMaster), C.A. PROFESSOR(S) EMERITUS J.S. You, B.A., M.A. (Seoul), Ph.D. (S.U.N.Y) DEGREE REQUIREMENTS Please refer to the general regulations pertaining to academic programs. Chapter 4 BACHELOR OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION (Honours) Single Major The following requirements apply to both the Bachelor of Business Administration (Honours) degree and the Bachelor of Business Administration degree. First Year ADMN 1016 Introduction to Canadian Business ADMN 1126 Understanding and Using Financial Information ADMN 1206 Business Communications and Qualitative Decision Making ADMN 1207 Quantitative Management Decision-Making ADMN 1306 Commercial Law ECON 1006 Introduction to Microeconomics ECON 1007 Introduction to Macroeconomics 9 elective credits Second Year ADMN 2017 Managing the Non-for-Profit Organization ADMN 2406 Social and Ethical Issues in Business ADMN 2607 Introduction to Management Science ADMN 3126 Marketing Concepts ADMN 3127 Services Marketing STAT 2606 Business Statistics 12 elective credits Third Year ADMN 3106 Management Accounting & Control I ADMN 3107 Management Accounting & Control II ADMN 3116 Financial Management I ADMN 3117 Financial Management II ADMN 3136 Organizational Behaviour ADMN 3137 Management of Human Resources 12 elective credits 4-BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION www.algomau.ca ALGOMA UNIVERSITY 59

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