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Academic Calendar 2012/2013

Academic Calendar 2012/2013

Academic Calendar

  • Page 4 and 5: Contents • Contents • Contents
  • Page 6 and 7: President's Message • Message fro
  • Page 8 and 9: ACADEMIC Schedule • ACADEMIC Sche
  • Page 11 and 12: 2013septembers M T W T F S1 2 3 4 5
  • Page 13 and 14: FREEDOM OF INFORMATION ANDPROTECTIO
  • Page 15 and 16: Statistics Canada SurveysEnhanced S
  • Page 17 and 18: Campus LocationsFor hours of operat
  • Page 19 and 20: ServicesABORIGINAL EDUCATION CENTRE
  • Page 21 and 22: LibraryEach campus has a library th
  • Page 23 and 24: STUDENTS’ ASSOCIATION OF MacEwanU
  • Page 25 and 26: ADMISSIONSContentsA. General Admiss
  • Page 27 and 28: I. Advanced Placement (AP) CoursesF
  • Page 29 and 30: Alberta High School TranscriptsYou
  • Page 31 and 32: (7) A degree from a recognized post
  • Page 33 and 34: D. CHANGES IN PROGRAMSAfter the Ter
  • Page 35 and 36: FeesGENERAL FEES INFORMATIONPlannin
  • Page 37 and 38: 2012/2013 International tuition fee
  • Page 39 and 40: have tuition and student fees remov
  • Page 41 and 42: International StudentsMacEwan Unive
  • Page 43 and 44: POLICIES AND REGULATIONSContentsA.
  • Page 45 and 46: Student Discipline Reference Chart(
  • Page 47 and 48: 3.6. Obtaining an Unfair Advantage
  • Page 49 and 50: In order to remain in good standing
  • Page 51 and 52: 7. Students who are placed on Acade
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    The following section is a complete

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    English as a Second LanguageFaculty

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    Preparation for Universityand Colle

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    Certificate and DiplomaProgramsAcco

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    External TransferAll courses comple

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    AcupunctureFaculty of Health and Co

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    institutional graduation regulation

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    Previous Post-Secondary AdmissionTo

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    Asia Pacific ManagementSchool of Bu

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    institutional graduation regulation

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    ADDITIONAL ADMISSION CRITERIAAll ap

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    Design StudiesCentre for the Arts a

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    PROGRAM OF STUDYDesign Foundations

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    For further informationDianne Nicho

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    institutional graduation regulation

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    Writing: Applicants must successful

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    Early Learning and Child CareFacult

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    program graduation regulationsSecur

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    institutional graduation regulation

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    Other Admission CriteriaTo be evalu

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    General StudiesFaculty of Arts and

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    Hearing Aid PractitionerFaculty of

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    For further informationHearing Aid

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    PROGRAM OF STUDYYear I*MINTERM IcR.

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    Human Resources ManagementSchool of

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    FacultyChairDavid Parkes, PhD (Fiel

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    Other Admission CriteriaTo be evalu

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    Reading: Applicants must successful

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    Management StudiesSchool of Busines

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    Repeating Credit Courses (Policy is

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    TRANSFERABILITYInternal Opportuniti

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    Categories of AdmissionApplicants m

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    Golf ManagementTrevor Goplin, Dip.

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    PROGRAM OF STUDYYear I*MINTERM IcR.

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    MUSICCentre for the Arts and Commun

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    TERM IVMUSC 204 Arranging II 3MUSC

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    Occupational Health NursingFaculty

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    Office AssistantSchool of Businessw

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    PROGRAM OF STUDYTERM IcR.ENGL 111 C

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    Other Admission CriteriaTo be evalu

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    Year IITERM IIIPSSC 203 Forensic Sc

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    ADDITIONAL ADMISSION CRITERIAAll ap

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    Current immunization against specif

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    institutional graduation regulation

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    Previous Post-Secondary WorkTo be e

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    Special Needs Educational Assistant

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    THEATRE ARTSCentre for the Arts and

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    program graduation regulationsProgr

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    ADDITIONAL ADMISSION CRITERIAAll ap

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    Therapist AssistantFaculty of Healt

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    Graduation Grade Point Average - A

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    institutional graduation regulation

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    PROGRAM OF STUDYcR.TERM IENGL 111 C

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    Cardiac Nursing Post-basicCertifica

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    Perioperative Nursing forRegistered

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    Post-basic Nursing Practice: Hospic

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    Professional Golf ManagementSchool

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    Wound Management Post-basicCertific

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    APPLIED DEGREE PROGRAMSBachelor of

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    PROGRAM OF STUDYYear IIITERM VcR.AC

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    PROGRAM OF STUDYYear IIITERM VcR.HS

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    Bachelor of ArtsFaculty of Arts and

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    PROGRAM OF STUDYCoreAnalytical Stud

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    Business StudiesBusiness Studies Mi

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    PhilosophyPhilosophy MajorTotal cre

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    Repeating Credit Courses (Policy is

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    EnglishChairJack Robinson, PhD (Alb

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    Bachelor of Child and Youth Care(wi

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    Year IIICYCW 302 Advanced CYC Pract

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    Bachelor of CommerceSchool of Busin

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    PROGRAM OF STUDYCreditsCore Busines

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    degree regulationsStudents are stro

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    Bachelor of Communication StudiesCe

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    institutional graduation regulation

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    Previous Post-Secondary WorkTo be e

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    Year IVTerm IMUSC 424 World Music 3

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    Year III*MIN.Term IcR. GR.MUSC 361

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    For further informationBachelor of

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    TRANSFERABILITYAll courses complete

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    computer scienceMajor - Software Pr

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    Pre-Professional ProgramsMacEwan Un

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    degree regulationsStudents are stro

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    Physical SciencesChairRob Hilts, Ph

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    Previous Post-Secondary WorkTo be e

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    a student of the responsibility to

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    University TransferBachelor of Educ

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    ADDITIONAL ADMISSION CRITERIAAll ap

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    Bachelor of Physical EducationTrans

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    For further informationBachelor of

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    To be evaluated through the Program

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    Bachelor of Professional Arts inCri

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    ACCT-100Introduction to Accounting

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    ACCT-328Income Tax Fundamentals3 Cr

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    ACCT-392Taxation II3 Credits (45:0:

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    ACUP-115Qi Gong and Tuina II2 Credi

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    ACUP-311Acupuncture Safety Course (

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    ANTH-206Introduction to Archaeology

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    ANTH-388Artifact Analysis3 Credits

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    ARTE-110Drawing I4 Credits (30:60:0

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    BCSC-211News Production Process3 Cr

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    BCSC-361Book Editing3 Credits (45:0

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    BIOL-310Freshwater Aquatic Ecology3

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    BUSN-401New Venture Financing and C

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    CHEM-333Organometallic Chemistry3 C

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    CLAS-270Greek Civilization3 Credits

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    CMPT-114Introduction to Computing S

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    CMPT-340Introduction to Numerical M

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    COOP-295Co-operative Education: Fir

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    CYCW-101Helping Skills3 Credits (45

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    CYCW-302Advanced Child and Youth Ca

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    DMWP-104Introduction to Disability

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    EASC-221Introduction to Geographic

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    ECDV-110Child Development I3 Credit

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    ECDV-260Family and Community Issues

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    ECON-385Intermediate Macroeconomics

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    ENGG-100Orientation to the Engineer

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    ENGL-205Traditions in English Rheto

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    ENGL-324Chaucer3 Credits (45:0:0 ho

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    ENGL-36720th-Century British Dramat

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    ENGL-492Elizabethan/17th C Literatu

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    FNCE-498Independent Studies in Fina

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    GERM-211Intermediate German I3 Cred

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    HAPR-210Health Promotion and Rehabi

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    HHPR-260The Multidimensional Being-

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    HIST-291Topics in Political and Int

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    HIST-352The U.S. in World Affairs3

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    HLSC-128Human Physiology II3 Credit

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    HRMT-145Staffing3 Credits (45:0:0 h

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    HSAD-435Managing Change in Human Se

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    INSE-099Integration Seminar1 Credit

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    INTB-253Doing Business Internationa

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    LATN-302Intermediate Latin II3 Cred

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    LEGL-312Legal Issues in the Workpla

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    MATH-020PPure Mathematics 205 Credi

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    MATH-222Introduction to Discrete Ma

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    MGMT-117Investment Funds in Canada3

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    MGMT-261Integrated Management Pract

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    MTST-162Clinical Practice II1 Credi

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    MUSC-142Ensemble II3 Credits (30:45

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    MUSC-208Songwriting II3 Credits (30

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    MUSC-252Recording Studio Production

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    NURS-251Nursing Care, Diverse Popul

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    NURS-379Nursing Practice: Nursing C

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    NURS-483Conceptualizing Hospice Pal

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    OAMS-110Medical Office Procedures I

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    OOSC-200School Age Care and Develop

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    PACT-114Introduction to Ice Hockey1

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    PEDS-100Structural Anatomy3 Credits

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    PGCT-353First Aid1 Credits (15:0:0

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    PHIL-220Symbolic Logic II3 Credits

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    PHIL-386Philosophy and Health Care3

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    PHYS-144Newtonian Mechanics and Rel

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    PNRS-152Foundations in Nursing Prac

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    POLS-263Contemporary Issues in Glob

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    POLS-410Topics in Political Philoso

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    PROW-210Advanced Business Writing3

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    PSYC-104Introductory Psychology3 Cr

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    PSYC-350Human Memory3 Credits (45:0

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    PSYC-439Field Placement in Clinical

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    RPPR-120Field Placement I3 Credits

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    SCMT-404e-Business Execution3 Credi

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    SOCI-332Classical Sociological Theo

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    SOCI-470Advanced Topics in the Soci

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    SOWK-205Field Placement4 Credits (0

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    STAT-152Applied Statistics I3 Credi

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    TAST-117Students With Exceptionalit

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    THAR-216Voice and Diction II1 Credi

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    THAS-216Sign Language2 Credits (30:

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    TPPR-204Stagecraft II2 Credits (15:

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    TRVL-235Travel Industry Study Tour3

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    VCDI-223Design and Pre-press Produc

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    VCOM-160Image Structure and Meaning

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    ZOOL-242Animal Physiology II3 Credi

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    NOtesRefer to the Online Alberta Tr

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    NOtesRefer to the Online Alberta Tr

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