Course List

Springboard to DCS 081.06

Semester 1

 

201-016-TV – Sec IV Mathematics Remedial Activity (TS 406 or SN 406)

Hours: 75

602-010-TV – Pratique du Français, langue seconde

Hours: 45

201-015-TV – Sec V Mathematics Remedial Activity (TS 506 or SN 506)

Hours: 90

202-001-TV – Sec V Chemistry Remedial Activity (CH 504)

Hours: 75

201-003-TV – Sec IV Physical Science Remedial Activity

Hours: 75

603-004-TV – Preparation for College English

Hours: 60

601-004-TV – Français mise à niveau secondaire V

Semester 2

 

203-001-TV – Sec V Physics Remedial Activity (PH 504)

Hours: 75

602-100-MQ – Basic French

Hours: 45

420-TVA-TV – Computers in Society

Hours: 45

345-101-MQ - Knowledge

Hours: 60

The objective of this course is to apply a logical analytical process through knowledge is organized and used.
Competencies to be developed include:

  • 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
603-101-MQ - - Introduction to College English

Hours: 60

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 literary text
  • To prepare ideas and strategies for a projected discourse
  • To explicate a discourse
  • To edit the discourse

All components lead to the production of a 750 word essay.

109-101-MQ - Physical Activity and Health

Hours: 60

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