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Nutrition In Health And Disease : Nutrition 405 : Courses

This course examines many controversial areas. The student must understand that nutrition science is in constant flux—a “consensus” statement often simply reflects what the majority of experts believe; plenty of other experts may disagree. In this course we look at various controversies.

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The Psychology of Criminal Behaviour : Criminal Justice ...

Posted: (0 seconds ago) Overview. Criminal Justice 360: The Psychology of Criminal Behavior, is a three-credit course that is being offered online as a distance education course through Athabasca University.CRJS 360 The Psychology of Criminal behavior, is an undergraduate course designed to introduce students to the psychological variables that are believed to underpin criminal behavior.

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Programs & Courses - Online Degrees Canada : Athabasca ...

Posted: (0 seconds ago) A full-time job and life responsibilities don’t leave much time for studying – we get it. That’s why our online programs are designed to let you fit university education into your life. How AU programs work. With 850 courses in a variety of subject areas, we’re sure to have something that ...

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Courses : Athabasca University

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Systems Analysis and Design : Computer Science 361 ...

Posted: (0 seconds ago) This course deals with the concepts, skills, methodologies, techniques, tools, and perspectives essential for systems analysts. The practical component of COMP 361 is object oriented and use-case driven, requiring students to go through the steps of system analysis and …

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Drugs and Behaviour : Psychology 450 : Courses : Athabasca ...

Posted: (0 seconds ago) This course will help you to understand the current research into the pharmacology of drugs, from recreational uses to clinical applications, including insights into their abuse potential. Note that this course is an intensive neuroscience-based course, and it is recommended that students have a basic understanding of neuroanatomy ...

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Recruitment and Selection : Human Resource Management 301 ...

Posted: (0 seconds ago) Overview . HRMT 301 is the study of recruitment and selection (R&S) as a key aspect of human resources management (HRM) in an organization. This course is intended to provide you with an understanding of recruitment and selection methods and processes as well as give you an opportunity to develop a critical approach to R&S and HRM.

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Introductory Cree I : Indigenous Studies 111 : Courses ...

Posted: (0 seconds ago) The course introduces students to the Plains Cree (Y dialect) grammar and vocabulary, and provides the opportunity to practise speaking Cree and working in the language laboratory. Outline. Each week vocabulary, grammar, and context for various topics are introduced and practised.

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NP: Adult Health : Nursing 526 : Courses : Athabasca ...

Posted: (0 seconds ago) The course instructor and the class members will participate in unit conferences to discuss unit content and related issues. The course includes Internet access to health-related Websites around the world, participation in electronic mail, and computer conferencing with students from across the country.

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Theory of Computation : Computer Science 674 : Courses ...

Posted: (0 seconds ago) Overview. Computer Science 674 is an elective course in the "Theory Stream" of the MSc(IS) program. Central to the theory of computation are the concepts of automata, formal languages, grammar, algorithms, computability, decidability, and complexity.Why study theory when the current focus of Computer Science (and all the more so for Information Systems) is on technology and the pragmatic …

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University Certificate in Finance : Programs : Athabasca ...

Posted: (0 seconds ago) Course fees vary depending on your location and other factors. Calculate your course cost; You can estimate your total program cost by multiplying the cost of a 3-credit course by the number of courses you need to take for the program. Remember that tuition costs may increase each year.

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Introduction to Environmental Geology : Geology 207 ...

Posted: (0 seconds ago) Environmental geology is a multidisciplinary subject that covers a broad range of topics, ranging from Earth materials and their use to Earth processes, including natural hazards and their impact on human lives. The environmental effects of exploring Earth resources is also an integral component of the course.

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Interpersonal Communication : Communications 243 : Courses ...

Posted: (0 seconds ago) COMM 243 introduces you to the challenges and rewards of communicating with others. After completing the course, you will be able to think as an astute observer of communication problems, act as an effective communicator, and provide sound advice about ways to improve communication outcomes.

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Money, Banking, and Canadian Financial Institutions ...

Posted: (0 seconds ago) This course reviews recent changes in the Canadian and world financial systems, and provides a theoretical framework with which to analyze problems such as bank failures, regulatory reform, the debt crisis, and the internationalization of financial transactions that …

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Grammar : English Language and Writing Skills 140 ...

Posted: (0 seconds ago) This course is designed for students who need to revise or upgrade their grammar skills to ensure accuracy of communication before proceeding with other courses or post-secondary studies. There is a thorough and systematic review of grammatical structures and their use in authentic language situations.

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Athabasca University

Posted: (0 seconds ago) Course Evaluation. GCAP 681 Counselling Practicum I will be graded based on the satisfactory completion of all course activities, with the percentage weighting of each activity as indicated. Learners must obtain an average grade of 70% overall on components graded by percentage in order to pass the course.

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Computer Graphics : Computer Science 390 : Courses ...

Posted: (0 seconds ago) Computer Graphics is a 3-credit senior-level course that introduces the concepts and implementation of computer graphics. As one of the important subject areas of the study of computer science and information systems, this course will focus on the theoretical aspects and implementation of computer graphics using OpenGL.

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Organic Chemistry I : Chemistry 350 : Courses : Athabasca ...

Posted: (0 seconds ago) The course also includes an introduction to the use of spectroscopy in the analysis of organic compounds. CHEM 350 and its companion course, CHEM 360, represent a full-year introductory organic chemistry course at the second-year university level. The compulsory laboratory component of CHEM 350 introduces the basic techniques employed in modern ...

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Foundations of Adult Education : Master of Education in ...

Posted: (0 seconds ago) Course Goals. The goals of the course are to provide you with the following skills and knowledge: Critically discuss the foundations of adult education; Describe the dominant theoretical perspectives in adult education and relate them to practice; Identify and discuss the key social, economic, and political issues that currently affect adult ...

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Organizational Behaviour - Courses, Athabasca University

Posted: (0 seconds ago) This course serves as an introduction to the field of organizational behaviour (OB) and provides a foundation for other OB courses offered in the Faculty of Business. It covers a wide breadth of theories and applications dealing with such topics as perception, motivation, decision making, team dynamics, negotiation, conflict management ...

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Introduction to US Tax : Taxation 304 : Courses ...

Posted: (0 seconds ago) Evaluation. Your final grade in this course will be based on two written assignments, a case study, and a final examination. To receive credit for this course, you must achieve an overall course grade of at least D (50 percent).In addition, you must achieve a grade of at least D (50 percent) on the final examination.

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Taxation I: Taxation 301 : Courses : Athabasca University

Posted: (0 seconds ago) Overview. TAXX 301: Taxation I is a three-credit, senior-level course at Athabasca University.. The primary emphasis in this course is the determination of net income for tax purposes. The course gives detailed attention to the components that make up this figure, including employment income, business and property income, and capital gains.

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Adult Education and Lifelong Learning : Master of ...

Posted: (0 seconds ago) Course Goals. The following goals will guide your study in the course: Discuss the origins of the modern practice of adult education. Develop a personal mission statement referring to the practice of adult education. Discuss the individual and social dimensions of adult learning. Discuss the philosophy and practices of self-directed learning.

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Introduction to Database Management : Computer Science 378 ...

Posted: (0 seconds ago) Special Course Features . Computer Science 378 is offered in a computer-mediated communications (CMC) mode, and can be completed at the student's workplace or home. It is a core course in the B.Sc. Computing and Information Systems (CIS) program.

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Advanced Topics and Issues in Distance Education : Doctor ...

Posted: (0 seconds ago) Course Goals. Consistent with the course title, the purpose of EDDE 801 is to provide information about basic research findings, concepts and principles, accepted practices, and respected opinion in the field of distance education and training.

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Physics for Scientists and Engineers I : Physics 204 ...

Posted: (0 seconds ago) The course covers material on classical mechanics as outlined below. It also includes a laboratory component that involves completing hands-on experiments. In addition to the eText, the course material includes a carefully written Study Guide, enriched with animation and dynamic diagrams, designed for independent learning.

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Writing in Organizations : Administration 233 : Courses ...

Posted: (0 seconds ago) In this course, you will develop foundational writing skills by improving your writing style and mechanics. You will also learn how to analyze an audience and medium to create messages that respond to practical challenges that build productive professional relationships. ADMN 233 is a case-based, interactive, and experiential course.

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Biology 480 : Courses : Athabasca University

Posted: (0 seconds ago) Biology 480 is a three-credit, university-level course that covers the principal concepts of immunology. The course discusses the components of the immune system and presents the immune mechanisms critical to immune function. It also covers the immune response to infection and the diseases that result when immunity is compromised or non-functional.

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Macroeconomics : Economics 248 : Courses : Athabasca ...

Posted: (0 seconds ago) **Note: Students registering in grouped study mode are advised that there may be some differences in the evaluation and course materials information indicated below. To obtain the most up-to-date information, contact the Faculty of Business Student Support Centre at 1-800-468-6531.

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Alternative Dispute Resolution : Legal Studies 489 ...

Posted: (0 seconds ago) The course focuses on the two main dispute resolution methods: negotiation and mediation. It also introduces the basic principles and techniques of various dispute resolution methods. Different areas of the law and law enforcement in which such methods are or could be used are explored in the course, including mediating family law disputes ...

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Introduction to World Religions : Religious Studies 204 ...

Posted: (0 seconds ago) RELS 204 is a junior-level course designed to acquaint students with the major religious traditions of the world, and to the academic discipline of religious studies. The religions studied are Judaism, Christianity, Islam, Hinduism, Buddhism, Confucianism, and Taoism.

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Winter 2021 - Athabasca University

Posted: (0 seconds ago) GC ITM program students can register online by completing the Registration form and submit the form along with the course fee. If you are not currently a GC ITM program student you can apply to the program as either a program or non program student. You will need to apply prior to registering in the course listed above.

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Popular Culture and the Media : Communication Studies 358 ...

Posted: (0 seconds ago) This course introduces you to the field of cultural studies and covers two bodies of literature: the critical and scholarly work of cultural studies and the mass-produced entertainments of popular culture. To understand the critical readings in this course, you must recognize and appreciate your watching skills, and unpack the assumptions and ...

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Introduction to Legislative Drafting : Legal Studies 551 ...

Posted: (0 seconds ago) Your work in this course will be evaluated according to the principles of legislative drafting, including style, research, background/context, and grammar/mechanics. To receive credit for this course, students will be required to complete the following activities successfully and obtain an overall grade of at least C- …

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Introduction to Human Development : Psychology 228 ...

Posted: (0 seconds ago) In this course, we will consider the basic issues at each stage using a variety of theoretical models. Students considering an introductory psychology course for general transfer should take PSYC 289 and PSYC 290. Outline. The course consists of the following eight units.

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COVID-19 questions and answers for learners - The Hub

Posted: (0 seconds ago) Jan 21, 2021  · Example: FREUD, SIGMUND: Course extension for PSYC 200 Body: Begin the body of your email with your Student ID number. Please know that while we are dealing with a high volume of requests and inquiries from our learners, we are working as quickly as we can to respond. Please do not send multiple emails about the same topic, as that may slow our ...

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Employment Law : Human Resource Management 322 : Courses ...

Posted: (0 seconds ago) The course is designed to provide you with practical knowledge of employment law derived from three sources—constitutional law, common law, and statutory law. It is not a course designed for lawyers in training but rather for those who need or want to acquire a working knowledge of employment law that can be applied on the job.

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Biology of Human Sexuality : Biology 310 : Courses ...

Posted: (0 seconds ago) Upon completion of this course, you will be able to: demonstrate knowledge of various biology-related topics in the area of human sexuality and demonstrate awareness in how they apply to a healthy sexual lifestyle. understand and describe the various aspects of human sexuality from an anatomical and physiological perspective.

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Business Mathematics : Mathematics 244 : Courses ...

Posted: (0 seconds ago) Learning Outcomes. Upon successful completion of this course, you will be able to. demonstrate mastery of mathematical concepts that are foundational in business mathematics, including functions and their mappings, linear systems and their solutions, and descriptive statistics and their applications.

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Introductory Physics I : Physics 200 : Courses : Athabasca ...

Posted: (0 seconds ago) PHYS 200 is the first course in algebra-based physics, which provides an introduction to classical mechanics and includes a hands-on laboratory component. In addition to the eTextbook, the course material includes a well-written Study Guide designed for independent learning. PHYS 200 combined with either PHYS 201 or PHYS 202 is the equivalent ...

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Introduction to Calculus I : Mathematics 265 : Courses ...

Posted: (0 seconds ago) Overview. MATH 265 is an introductory calculus course covering real numbers, functions, continuity and limits, derivatives, curve sketching, optimization areas between curves, applications of the derivative, anti-derivatives, integrals, and areas.

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Bachelor of Health Administration : Programs : Athabasca ...

Posted: (0 seconds ago) Through a final capstone course which includes onsite practical experience with a qualified preceptor, students are able to integrate theoretical learning with practical knowledge, skills and competency development. In addition to liberal arts courses to support scholarly research, writing, and critical reasoning, the curriculum covers:

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Courses : RAIC Centre for Architecture : Faculty of ...

Posted: (0 seconds ago) Courses. Post Diploma Route: Students with a Diploma in Architectural Technology (or equivalent) do not need to take the courses outlined in blue (Total Credits: 42) Over the next 12 months The Centre will be opening the Virtual Design Studios (ADST courses).

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Introduction to Computing and Information Systems ...

Posted: (0 seconds ago) Overview. COMP 200 is a three-credit course designed to cover the fundamentals of information systems, and to serve as an introduction to, and prerequisite for, …

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Academic Writing for Graduate Students : Master of Arts ...

Posted: (0 seconds ago) The course will focus intensively on academic literacy: fundamentals of composition, argumentation, critical thinking, and research skills. Students will practise these fundamentals by drafting, workshopping, and submitting two assignments: a critical review and a literature review. These assignments are divided into smaller tasks that comprise ...

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Governance and Leadership : Governance 500 : Courses ...

Posted: (0 seconds ago) Introduction. Governance 500: Governance and Leadership is a graduate course in leadership and governance in the public, private, and not-for-profit sectors.The course provides an experiential overview and theoretical introduction to the elements that shape and define leadership in the twenty-first century.

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Advanced Pathophysiology for Clinical Decision Making ...

Posted: (0 seconds ago) Introduction. Nursing 519: Advanced Pathophysiology for Clinical Decision Making is a course in a program of study leading to the Master of Nursing degree or the Post Master's Diploma: Advanced Nursing Practice. NURS 519 is a prerequisite course for …

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Ask AU - Home, Athabasca University

Posted: (0 seconds ago) You can begin to work with your course materials as soon as you receive them; however, you cannot submit assignments, contact your tutor, or write any exams before your official course contract start date. More information on course contract dates can be found in Section 6.2.4 of the Undergraduate Calendar.

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Courses : Master of Arts - Interdisciplinary Studies ...

Posted: (0 seconds ago) Courses Course Offerings by Mode of Delivery. Individualized Study; Grouped Study; Students receive a course package of print and other media (e.g., textbooks, study guides, audiotapes, videotapes, CD-ROM, diskettes and more).

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