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GRILLE DE COURS - SCIENCES INFORMATIQUES ET MATHÉMATIQUES

CODE DU PROGRAMME : 200.FR

LÉGENDE :

Noter :

Cette grille de cours présente le plan de progression scolaire pour l’option bilingue de ce programme.

Session 1

 

601-101-MQ - ÉCRITURE ET LITTÉRATURE

Description du cours :

Expliquer les représentations du monde contenues dans des textes littéraires d’époques et de genres variés.

Éléments de la compétence :

  • Reconnaître le traitement d’un thème dans un texte.
  • Situer le texte dans son contexte culturel et sociohistorique.
  • Dégager les rapports entre le réel, le langage et l’imaginaire.
  • Élaborer un plan de dissertation.
  • Rédiger une dissertation explicative.
  • Réviser et corriger le texte.

 

340-101-MQ - PHILOSOPHIE ET RATIONALITÉ

Description du cours :

Traiter d’une question philosophique.

Éléments de la compétence :

  • Distinguer la philosophie des autres discours sur la réalité.
  • Présenter la contribution de philosophes de la tradition gréco-latine au traitement de questions.
  • Produire une argumentation sur une question philosophique.

 

604-100-MQ - English As A Second Language (Level I)

Course Description :

To understand and express simple messages in English.

Elements of the final evaluation :

  • To demonstrate comprehension of the meaning of a simple oral message.
  • To demonstrate comprehension of the meaning of a text of general interest.
  • To express a message orally.
  • To write and revise a text.

 

201-NYA-05 CAL I: Differential calculus

Course description:

This course establishes the foundations of differential calculus for its use in pure and applied sciences. It prepares students, in particular, for the courses, Mechanics, Modern Physics, and Integral Calculus. The course explains the conceptual bases of differential calculus, i.e. the notions of a function, variation of a function, and limit and applies them to concrete situations.

By the end of the course, students will be able to:

  • Recognize and describe the characteristics a function represented in the form of a symbolic expression or in graphic form
  • Determine if a function has a limit, is continuous, is differentiable, at a point and over an interval
  • Apply the rules and techniques of derivation
  • Use the derivative and the concepts related to analyze the variations of a function and draw its graph
  • Solve optimization and rate of change issues

 

203-NYA-05 Mechanics

Course description:

Through the acquisition of basic knowledge in classical mechanics, the main objective of this course is to describe the translation and rotation motions of bodies, to apply the concepts and laws of dynamics to the analysis of the motion of bodies, to measure the amount of work and energy involved in simple situations, to apply the principles of conservation in mechanics and to verify experimentally several laws and principles in mechanics. To demonstrate that students have achieved the different elements in the competency, they will be evaluated based on a produced graphical and mathematical representations adapted to the nature of the problem, the rigorous application of Newton’s laws and the principles of conservation, the laboratory report in line with established standards and the critical evaluation of results.

202-NYA-05 General Chemistry

Course description:

At the end of this course, students will be able to:

  • apply the probabilistic model of the atom in analyzing the properties of its elements
  • solve problems pertaining to the structure and states of matter using modern theories of chemistry
  • apply the laws of stoichiometry to the study of chemical phenomena
  • verify, experimentally, a number of physical and chemical properties of matter.

Students will demonstrate their understanding student by the correct representation in conformity with the probabilistic model, the correct application of experimental protection regulations, the accuracy of calculations, and the laboratory report in line with established standards.

Session 2

 

601-102-MQ - LITTÉRATURE ET IMAGINAIRE

Description du cours :

Expliquer les représentations du monde contenues dans des textes littéraires d’époques et de genres variés.

Éléments de la compétence :

  • Reconnaître le traitement d’un thème dans un texte.
  • Situer le texte dans son contexte culturel et sociohistorique.
  • Dégager les rapports entre le réel, le langage et l’imaginaire.
  • Élaborer un plan de dissertation.
  • Rédiger une dissertation explicative.
  • Réviser et corriger le texte.

 

604-TVA-TV - ENGLISH FOR SPECIFIC PROGRAMS

Course Description:

Coming soon.

109-101-MQ - ACTIVITÉ PHYSIQUE ET SANTÉ

Description du cours :

Analyser sa pratique de l’activité physique au regard des habitudes de vie favorisant la santé.

Éléments de la compétence :

  • Établir la relation entre ses habitudes de vie et sa santé.
  • Pratiquer l’activité physique selon une approche favorisant la santé.
  • Reconnaître ses besoins, ses capacités et ses facteurs de motivation liés à la pratique régulière et suffisante de l’activité physique.
  • Proposer des activités physiques favorisant sa santé.
201-NYB-05 CAL II - INTEGRAL CALCULUS

Course description:

This course establishes the bases of integral calculus with a view of its applications to concrete situations: calculation of the area under a curve, calculation of the area and volume of solids, calculation of the length of a portion of a curve. The course follows and relies heavily on the concepts developed in Differential Calculus by consisting of doing the reverse operation of the derivation.

At the end of this course, students will be able:

  • Determine the indefinite integral of a function
  • Calculate the limits of functions with indeterminate forms
  • Calculate definite integral and the improper integral of a function over an interval
  • Translate concrete problems in the form of differential equations and solve simple differential equations
  • Calculate volumes, areas, and lengths to construct graphic representations in the plane and in space
  • Analyze the convergence of a series

 

420-110-TV Introduction to programming

Course description:

In this course, students will learn the development of effective algorithmic solutions to simple problems following a correct analysis of the situation, the available data, the desired results, and the necessary treatments as well as the validation of it.

Students will also be able to use a programming language by correctly recognizing:

  • the characteristics and functionality of a computer and its network
  • the correct use of a workstation in a development environment
  • the correct translation of algorithms,
  • the rigorous application of coding standards
  • the efficient use of environmental functionality in tracking and correcting compilation errors
  • the correct application of test sets necessary to verify the functioning of the environment program
  • the appropriate debugging of the program according to the algorithm
  • the basic concepts of object-oriented programming: class, object, method, and attribute

 

201-NYC-05 Linear algebra and vector geometry

Course description:

This course introduces students to the notions of linear algebra and vector geometry and to develop tools that can be used in particular, in the physics course, Electricity and Magnetism given in the 4th session, but concurrently in the context of applications specific to the natural sciences, mathematics, economics, and computer science, at the pre-university level. The main subjects of study are matrix calculus, geometric and algebraic vectors, the structure of vector space, and representations and equations of geometric loci in the plane and in space.

At the end of this course, students will be able:

  • Translate concrete problems in the form of linear equations
  • Solve systems of linear equations using matrix methods
  • Establish links between geometry and algebra
  • Establish the equation of geometric loci (lines and planes) and determine their intersections
  • Calculate angles, lengths, areas, and volumes
  • Demonstrate propositions
  • Construct representations of geometric places in the plane and in space

 

Session 3

 

601-103-MQ - LITTÉRATURE QUÉBÉCOISE

Description du cours :

Apprécier des textes de la littérature québécoise d’époques et de genres variés.

Éléments de la compétence :

  • Reconnaître le traitement d’un thème dans un texte.
  • Situer le texte dans son contexte culturel et sociohistorique.
  • Dégager les rapports entre le réel, le langage et l’imaginaire.
  • Élaborer un plan de dissertation.
  • Rédiger une dissertation explicative.
  • Réviser et corriger le texte.

 

109-102-MQ - ACTIVITÉ PHYSIQUE ET EFFICACITÉ

Description du cours :

Améliorer son efficacité lors de la pratique d’une activité physique.

Éléments de la compétence :

  • Planifier une démarche conduisant à l’amélioration de son efficacité dans la pratique d’une activité physique.
  • Appliquer une démarche conduisant à l’amélioration de son efficacité dans la pratique d’une activité physique.

 

340-102-MQ - L’ÊTRE HUMAIN

Description du cours :

Discuter des conceptions philosophiques de l’être humain.

Éléments de la compétence :

  • Caractériser quelques conceptions philosophiques modernes et contemporaines de l’être humain.
  • Situer les conceptions examinées dans leur contexte et dans les courants de pensée correspondants.
  • Comparer des conceptions philosophiques de l’être humain à propos de problèmes actuels ou de thèmes communs.

 

420-TVA-TV - LES ORDINATEURS DANS LA SOCIÉTÉ CONTEMPORAINE

Description du cours :

Cours complémentaire.

203-NYB-05 ELECTRICITY AND MAGNETISM

Course description:

Using several notions seen in mechanics: kinematics, forces, potential and kinetic energies, the moment of force, etc. and using the concepts of mathematics acquired in the differential calculus and integral calculus courses, widely used in the analysis of a continuous distribution system of stationary or moving electric charges, this course is an introduction to electric and magnetic phenomena. Starting from the formulation of the laws of electromagnetism, students will be able to explain the overall functioning of the various devices and the mechanisms describing the electrical and magnetic phenomena and also to apply electromagnetism in situations of everyday life.

At the end of this course, students will be able to:

  • Analyze physical situations related to electric charges at rest and to electric current
  • Analyze physical situations related to magnetism and magnetic induction
  • Apply the laws of electricity and magnetism
  • Experimentally verify the laws of electricity and magnetism

 

201-201- TV Discrete mathematics

Course description:

This course is intended to be an introduction to discrete mathematics. Students will learn:

  • the concepts of logic and mathematics to develop the steps of a simple mathematical demonstration
  • how to apply the notions and rules of modular arithmetic and number systems
  • how to use elementary enumeration principles
  • how to define a function by recursion
  • how to determine the solution of a function defined by second-order linear recurrence and to represent a situation using graphs, thus, the appropriate use of concepts
  • the appropriate use of Boolean algebra to design a logic circuit
  • the correct selection and application of proof techniques
  • the correct use of Euclid’s algorithm and arithmetic
  • the correct use of enumeration formulas in problem-solving
  • the correct transformation of integers into different bases
  • the correct resolution of second-order linear recurrence
  • the appropriate knowledge of terminology associated with graphs
  • the determination and use of the adjacency matrix of a graph.

 

420-210- TV Data structure and object-oriented programming

Course description:

This course allows students to apply an informatic development approach with a correct understanding of the fundamentals of object-oriented programming and a rigorous application of the principles and techniques specific to object-oriented programming (encapsulation, inheritance,  polymorphism …).

Students will logically organize the data per their context of use, the possibilities offered by the different data structures, and the implementation appropriate for the situation. Students will also be able to use the data thus ordered by the appropriate application of techniques of updating, sorting, and searching on data in memory as well as data on file through reading and write algorithms.

Session 4

 

601-TVA-MQ - FRANÇAIS PROPRE AU PROGRAMME

Description du cours :

Bientôt disponible

109-103-MQ - ACTIVITÉ PHYSIQUE ET AUTONOMIE

Description du cours :

Démontrer sa capacité à prendre en charge sa pratique de l’activité physique dans une perspective de santé.

Éléments de la compétence :

  • Planifier un programme personnel d’activités physiques.
  • Harmoniser les éléments d’une pratique régulière et suffisante de l’activité physique dans une approche favorisant la santé.
  • Gérer un programme personnel d’activités physiques.
340-TVP-TV - ÉTHIQUE ET POLITIQUE

Description du cours :

Bientôt disponible

203-NYC-05 WAVES, OPTICS AND MODERN PHYSICS

Course description:

In this third physics course in the program, students will have to use the notions of mathematics acquired in the Differential Calculus, Integral Calculus, and Mechanics courses. Students will use functions with several independent variables necessary for the description of waves and obtain certain characteristics of them, which have recourse to partial derivatives and to integrals.

From revolutionary discoveries on several aspects of the Universe and of matter, students will be introduced, in particular, to geometric and wave optics, to the structure of matter and to radioactivity, to mechanical waves and vibrations, to the electromagnetic spectrum and relativity, which are notions useful both for students of the health, pure and applied or computer sciences.

The approaches followed will address the history of the main discoveries and will stress the importance of the major fundamental questions in physics, relating to science, technology, and social progress.

At the end of the course, students will be able to:

  • Apply the basic principles of physics to the description of vibrations, waves, and their propagation
  • Apply the laws of geometrical optics
  • Apply the characteristics of waves to light phenomena
  • Analyze situations based on notions of modern physics
  • Experimentally verify the laws and principles related to waves, optics, and modern physics

 

420-310- TV Program development in a graphic environment

Course description:

In this course, students will learn to establish the functionalities of a program by its guiding idea,  a correct determination of its functional characteristics, and user interface. Students will also be taught to design programs with a user-friendly and functional user interface, appropriate organization of data according to the implementation of the program’s functionalities, fair processing of data for the intended implementation of the program, and correct application of the program-oriented approach.  Additionally, students will develop programs that have a correct implementation of the user interface,  judicious use of libraries, appropriate programming of the modules, and rigorous validation of the functioning of the modules.

360-200- TV INTEGRATION PROJECT

Course description:

This course completes the Comprehensive Assessment in the Computer Science and Mathematics program, thus completion is essential for the obtainment of  DEC.

At the end of this course, students will recognize the contribution of all the disciplines to their training and will make a significant statement and an adequate justification of their relevance. Moreover, students will apply their knowledge in a  new or complex situation, with a judicious integration of at least two scientific disciplines,  including computer science, the appropriate use of acquired knowledge, and an appropriate demonstration of the novelty or complexity of the situation.

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