This site compliments the face to face classroom. Anthropology 101 is an introduction to cultural anthropology in western and non-western societies. Through ethnographic accounts students will study world cultures both at home and abroad.

This site compliments the face to face classroom. An introduction to the comparative study of religious beliefs, practices and movements. Classic and contemporary approaches in the anthropology of religion will be explored in ethnographic context, examining the similarities and variations in systems of religious belief.

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 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.


Introduction to Social Research introduces students to research methods in the social sciences. Students will be introduced to the major procedures for carrying out systematic investigation of the social world. It will encourage students to critically evaluate the methods, strategies and data that are used by social scientists and provide training in analysis of a range of qualitative and quantitative data.

TWC 164: Introduction to Report and Letter Writing 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.

TWC 164: Introduction to Report and Letter Writing 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.

TWC 164: Introduction to Report and Letter Writing 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.