ENGL 60: English – Provincial Level is for students to upgrade their English skills. Students will develop academic English reading, writing, research, critical thinking and communication skills through studying Canadian literature. Various works of short fiction, poetry, plays and a novel are explored through discussion and analysis, while academic essay skills are developed throughout the course.

ENGL 110: College Composition 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.

Students seeking an Associate of Arts degree in Creative Writing must take CWRT 100 but the course is also open to the general public. An in-depth exploration of narrative structure, point of view, imagery, metaphor and word choice will prepare students to produce evocative, original compositions in any genre. Critical reading and critiquing techniques will be explored in order to set students up for success as peer reviewers. Students will be expected to submit original writing for workshop twice in the semester as well as contribute weekly to Form + Theory discussions and The Writer's Room. Weekly video chats will keep us connected and inspired. Welcome!

This course is the first of two that study Human Development. Child Development provides an introduction to normal development. This course explores selected aspects of the physical, cognitive, emotional, and moral development of children from conception to the school years. This study is done through the lens of the major theories of child development.


As a continuation of French 102, this course extends the beginning student's ability to communicate in spoken and written French.

This course is intended for beginners with little or no knowledge of French. In this introduction to French the communicative approach and a study of French grammar enable students to acquire basic listening, speaking, reading and writing skills in French

ENGL 60: English – Provincial Level is for students to upgrade their English skills. Students will develop academic English reading, writing, research, critical thinking and communication skills through studying Canadian literature. Various works of short fiction, poetry, plays and a novel are explored through discussion and analysis, while academic essay skills are developed throughout the course.