An introduction to the methods, theory and practice of psychology as a science. Among others, topics will include motivation and emotion, learning and memory, biological foundations, sensation and perception. Other topics are added at the discretion of the individual instructor. Class demonstrations and activities are used to illustrate concepts. Teaching methods and resources in the course vary with the instructor.

Topics include thinking and other cognitive processes, development of the individual, personality, behaviour disorders, health and social psychology. Other topics are added at the discretion of the instructor. Class demonstrations and activities are used to illustrate concepts.

This course is an introduction to the fundamentals of effective written communication.  Components include communication theory and its application to business situations.  Students are required to master basic English writing skills and show competence in producing conventional technical formats, such as memoranda, business letters, short or informal reports, résumés and cover letters.

This course is an introduction to the fundamentals of effective written communication.  Components include communication theory and its application to business situations.  Students are required to master basic English writing skills and show competence in producing conventional technical formats, such as memoranda, business letters, short or informal reports, résumés and cover letters.

This course is about thinking and writing. You will learn how to develop and express informed opinions on issues that matter. You will also learn about research, editing, and expository and persuasive academic writing forms.


English 110 is about thinking and writing. You will learn how to develop and express informed opinions on issues that matter. You will also learn about research, editing, and expository and persuasive academic writing forms.

English 111 is about living more intensely. Rather than providing answers, literature prompts us to ask better questions of ourselves and each other. Drama, poetry, short stories, and novels will guide us in discussion, reflection, and writing about literature.

Prerequisites: ENGL 110 with a grade of "C" or better or equivalent, or permission from the instructor.

While this course is geared primarily to nursing students, it may be of interest to anyone concerned with medical ethics.  We begin by exploring ethical theory and the process by which consensus can be reached in ethical disputes.  In light of this theoretical background, we then examine a variety of issues related to medical ethics vs mg case histories as our focus.