COURSE LIST

GENERAL SOCIAL SCIENCE: DEC 300.A0

Session 1

 

385-100-TV INTRODUCTION TO POLITICS

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360-300-RE QUANTITATIVE METHODS

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350-102-TV INTRODUCTION TO PSYCHOLOGY

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383-920-TV MACRO ECONOMICS

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602-100-MQ BASIC FRENCH

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The objective of this course is to apply basic concepts for communicating in standard French.

Competencies to be developed include: 

  • Writing and revising a simple text
  • Understanding the meaning of a simple text
  • Conveying a simple oral message
  • Understanding the meaning of a simple oral message
603-101-MQ INTRODUCTION TO COLLEGE ENGLISH

Course Description:

The objective of this course is to analyze and produce various forms of discourse.

Competencies to be developed are:

  • To identify the characteristics and functions of the components of literary texts
  • To determine the organizations of facts and arguments of a given literrary text
  • To prepare ideas and strategies for a projected discourse
  • To explicate a discourse
  • To edit the discourse

All competencies lead to the production of an approximately 750 word essay.

345-101-MQ KNOWLEDGE

Course Description:

The objective of this course is to apply a logical analytical process to how knowledge is organized and used.

Competencies to be developed are:

  • To recognize the basic elements of a field of knowledge
  • To define the modes of organizations and utilization of a field of knowledge
  • To situate a field of knowledge within its historical context
  • To organize the main components into coherent patterns
  • To produce a synthesis of the main components
109-101-MQ PHYSICAL ACTIVITY AND HEALTH

Course Description:

The objective of this course is to analyze one’s physical activity from the standpoint of a healthy lifestyle.

Competencies to be developed include:

  • Establishing the relationship between one’s lifestyle habits and health
  • Being physically active in a manner that promotes one;s health
  • Recognizing one’s needs, abilities and motivational factors with respect to regular and sufficient physical activity
  • To propose physical activities that promote one’s health

Session 2

 

350-201-TV DEVELOPMENTAL PSYCHOLOGY

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387-101-TV INTRODUCTION TO SOCIOLOGY

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320-102-TV INTRODUCTION TO GEOGRAPHY AND THE ENVIRONMENT

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305-XXX-TV COMPLEMENTARY 1

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An elective course that compliments your program of study.

603-102-MQ LITERARY GENRES

Course Description:

The objective of this course is to apply a critical approach to literary genres.

Competencies to be developed are:

  • To distinguish genres of literary texts
  • To recognize the use of literary conventions within a specific genre
  • To situate a work within its historical and literary period
  • To explicate a discourse and representative of a literary genre
  • To edit the discourse

All competencies lead to the effective presentation of an approximately 1000 word integrated response to a text.

345-102-MQ WORLD VIEWS

Course Description:

The objective of this course is to apply a critical thought process to world views.

Competencies to be developed are:

  • To describe world views
  • To explain the major ideas, values, and implications of a world view
  • To organize the ideas, values and experiences of a world view into coherent patterns
  • To compare world views
  • To convey the ideas, attitudes, and experiences of the societies or groups studied
109-102-MQ PHYSICAL ACTIVITY AND EFFECTIVENESS

Course Description:

The objective of this course is to improve one’s effectiveness when practising a physical activity.

Competencies to be developed include:

  • Planning an approach to improve one’s effectiveness when practicing a physical activity
  • Using a planned approach to improve one’s effectiveness when practising a physical activity

Session 3

 

320-303-TV ENVIRONMENTAL ISSUES OR 387-302-TV CULTURE AND MEDIA OR 385-311-TV GLOBAL POLITICS

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350-318-TV PSYCHOLOGY IN BUSINESS

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300-300-RE RESEARCH METHODS

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305-XXX-TV COMPLEMENTARY 2

Course Description:

An elective course that complements your program of study.

602-TVA-TV FRENCH FOR SPECIFIC PROGRAMS

Course Description:

The objective of this course is to apply basic concepts for communicating in the French language in relation to the student’s field of study.

Competencies to be developed include:

  • Writing and revising a short text related to the student’s field of study
  • Understaning the meaning and characteristics of a tex related to the student’s field of study
  • Conveying a simple oral message related to the student’s field of study
  • Understanding the meaning of a simple oral message related to the student’s field of study
603-103-MQ LITERARY THEMES

Course Description:

The general objective of this course is to enable the student to apply a critical approach to a literary theme. The student will study various examples in English literature in order to understand how well-known authors unify their works around theme.

Further, the student will be able to read various selections of unfamiliar literature, either fiction or non-fiction, and discuss them intelligibly in writing through the understanding of their themes.

By the end of this course, the student will apply their understanding of theme by writing an analysis of a literary text (an approximately 1000 word paper.)

Session 4

 

300-301-RE INTEGRATION PROJECT

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350-211-TV ABNORMAL PSYCHOLOGY

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385-401-TV CRIMINAL JUSTICE: LAW AND ORDER OR 385-413-TV POLITICS OF QUEBEC AND CANADA OR 385-403-TV GLOBALIZATION AND INTERNATIONAL ORGANIZATIONS

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345-TVH-TV CRITICAL THOUGHT APPLIED TO WORLD ISSUES

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The objective of this course is to apply a critical thought process to ethical issues relevant to the field of study.

Competencies to be developed include:

  • Situating significant ethical issues, in appropriate world views and fields of knowledge
  • explaining the major ideas, values and social implications of ethical issues
  • organizing the ethical questions and their implications into coherent patterns
  • Debating the ethical issues
109-103-MQ PHYSICAL ACTIVITY AND AUTONOMY

Course Description:

The objective of this course is to demonstrate one’s ability to assume responsibility for maintaining a healthy lifestyle through the continued practice of physical activity.

Competencies to be developed include:

  • Planning a personal physical activity program
  • Combining the elements of a regular and sufficient practice of physical activity as part of a healthy lifestyle
  • Manage a personal physical activity program
603-TVE-TV ENGLISH ADAPTED TO PROGRAM

Course Description:

The objective of this course is to communicate in the forms of discourse appropriate to one or more fields of study, focusing on citation styles and preparing the student for university-level writing.

Competencies to be developed include:

  • Identifying the forms of discourse appropriate to given fields of study
  • Recognizing the discursive frameworks appropriate to given fields of study
  • Explicating an oral and a written discourse

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