NOTE: See the beginning of Section H for abbreviations, course numbers and coding.
|SCI1001||Professional Skills for Science Students ||1 ch (1C 0.5L)|
|This course is designed for entering Science students to equip them with the skills to help master first year University.|
|SCI1002||Science in Context||1 ch (1C, 0.5L)|
|This course is designed for entering Science students to develop career skills in science. Topics include library research skills, lab report writing, teamwork skills, identifying junk science, ethics in science, as well as exploring career & degree options.|
|SCI2003||Work Integrated Learning Report I||CR [W]|
A written and oral report on the scientific activities of the Work Integrated Learning (WIL) experience. Faculty approval is required prior to any placement. A component of the grade will be the supervisor’s evaluation of the student.
Prerequisites: Students must have completed 32 ch and have a GPA of 2.7 or better.
|SCI2611||Life Science For Educators (Grades K-6)||3 ch (3C 3L)|
This course is designed for undergraduates preparing for entrance to an elementary teacher education program. It is an introductory level course for students having a limited science background. The topics selected are based on the Atlantic Provinces Science Curriculum, 1995. Included are: properties of living things, life processes and organization of living things, populations, energy flow and cycles within systems, the earth and its atmosphere. This course is not open to science majors.
|SCI2622||Physical Science for Educators (Grades K-8)||3 ch (3C 3L)|
|This course is designed for undergraduates preparing for entrance to an elementary teacher education program. It is an introductory level course for students having limited science background. Demonstrations, activities and labs will be integrated into the lectures. The topics selected are based on the Atlantic Provinces Science Curriculum, 1995. These include topics in chemistry and physics for the grades K-8 Science curriculum. This course is not open to science majors.|
|SCI4999||Interconnections in Environmental Sciences||3 ch (3C/S) (LE) [W]|
|Capstone course for Environmental Sciences students. Using an evidence-based approach, students will reconcile scientific, economic, ethical and social perspectives on a contemporary environmental issue. The course may consist of invited seminars, panel discussions, group work, and written and oral reports. Groups will include students from different specializations. Typically taken in the final year of study. |
Prerequisite: final year of program or approval of the instructor
|SCICOOP||Co-op Work Term|
|This designation indicates a Science Co-op Work Term.|