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We've put together a collection of upcoming credit courses and programs we think you'll love!

Handcuffs on paperCRIM/SOCI 1603 - Introduction to Criminology

Explore criminology and its relationship to other academic disciplines. This course examines different concepts and terms commonly used in criminology, the specificity of criminology, the relationship between theory and practice, the history and evolution of criminological thought, and the methods of investigation into criminal behaviour. NOTE: Credit can be obtained for only one of CRIM 1603, SOCI 1603, and SOCI 3603.

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Blocks with drawings of figures on themADM 4857 - Human Resources Selection Systems

Explore systems used by organizations to recruit and select employees. In this course, you will examine employment law, techniques to screen applicants, interviewing techniques, assessment centers, biodata, and psychological tests. Prerequisite: ADM 2815

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Mathematical equationsMATH 1503 - Introduction to Linear Algebra

This course focuses on lines and planes, the geometry and algebra of vectors, systems of linear equations, matrix algebra, linear independence, spanning sets, basis, linear transformations, determinants, complex numbers, Eigenvalues, Eigenvectors, and Diagonalization.

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Sculpture of Greek GodsCLAS 3503 - The Greek Gods and Their Cults

This course looks at the Greek myths of creation, the Greek gods and their mythology, the historical origins of the gods, and the development of Greek religion from pre-historic times. Parallels are adduced from Middle Eastern mythologies.

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Hand holding up an illustrated light bulbPHIL 1101 - Critical Thinking

This course focuses on understanding and applying the principles of good reasoning by providing tools for recognizing, analyzing, evaluating, and responding to arguments. It also explores general conditions of a sound argument, logical fallacies, and irrational methods of persuasion. 

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Vintage labratoryHIST 1009 - Epidemic Disease from the Middle Ages to the Present

This course explores the changing perceptions of epidemic disease from the 14th century to the present day and focuses on infectious illnesses and the various socio-cultural, medical, and governmental responses to epidemics throughout this period of history.

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