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For your convenience, we have put together a collection of credit courses we think you'll love. To register for these courses, visit UNB Registration. All on-campus, in-person fall term courses are being offered through alternative delivery methods.

Digital logic on blueprint paperDigital Logic Design

ECE 2214

An introductory course to practical aspects of digital system design. The course covers digital logic design, including basic design concepts and implementation technology, number representation, synthesis of combinational and sequential logic, and the use of HDL and computer-based tools. Prerequisite: CS 1003 or CS 1073 or equivalent. Recommended ECE 1813. Co-requisite: ECE 2215.

Computer chip with zeros and ones everywhereDigital Logic Design Laboratory

ECE 2215

This is an introductory course to practical aspects of digital system design. Course includes the design of digital circuits with CAD tools and VHDL hardware description language. Prerequisite: CS 1003 or CS 1073 or equivalent. Recommended ECE 1813. Co-requisite: ECE 2214, ED 3114.

Workplace learningIntroduction to Workplace Learning

ED 3114

Designed to provide learners with an appreciation of the origins and trends in workplace learning. The course will examine the workplace as a learning environment. Various approaches to adult learning within the changing context of work will be examined.

Professionals in a meetingAdult Education and Community Development

ED 5157

This course will explore the theory and practice of community involvement. The course will look at individual, group and organizational contributions to community development. We will consider local, national, and international examples to help us better understand the various aspects of community development (offered every other year).

Colourful banner with words: Equality, Diversity, Respect, Tolerance, and JusticeTruth & Reconciliation in Canada

HIST 3374

Situating the truth and reconciliation in process in Canada within similar efforts in other countries such as Rwanda and South Africa, this course focuses on the work of Canada's Truth and Reconciliation Commission to bring to light the nature and extent of the policies aimed at promoting the assimilation of Indigenous peoples into the Canadian settler society since the mid-19th century - particularly through the residential schools - and the varied and often harmful impact that these policies have had. The course also examines the diversity of reactions to the work of the commission, the extent of the success in implementing the commission's 94 "Calls to Action", and the potential of these Calls to Action to meet the challenges currently facing Indigenous People in Canada.

Musical instrumentsMusic of the World

MUS 1002

This course allows students to develop an understanding of world cultures through the musical traditions and habits of people in different parts of the globe. Students will investigate the development and historical background of world music traditions and the typical musical instruments and representative musicians in various regions. Students are also encouraged to develop their perspective on the relationship between music and society. Normality this course is taught on-line. No prerequisite.

Illustration of a young professional sitting at a computerOccupational Biomechanics

KIN 4161

In this course, you will examine topics in applied ergonomics and occupational biomechanics, and learn about ergonomic assessment tools and current research directives in the area of occupational biomechanics and prevention of workplace musculoskeletal injuries. You will also develop skills required to identify occupational ergonomic concerns, perform biomechanical analyses of musculoskeletal demands, and modify work tasks to reduce musculoskeletal demands. Learning will be emphasized through practical experiences. Prerequisites: KIN 2062 and KIN 3161, or consent of the instructor.

Words on a chalkboardTeaching and Learning in Multilingual Contexts

ED 6110

This is a graduate course. This course will provide both theoretical and practical information related to the teaching of students learning English as an additional language.

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