Semesters » Winter 2020

Important dates

Monday April 1, 2019
  • Waitlisting starts
Thursday September 19, 2019
  • Early registration starts
  • Returning registration starts
  • Remaining registration starts
Monday January 6, 2020
  • Classes start
Tuesday January 7, 2020
  • Late interest starts
Tuesday January 14, 2020
  • Add/drop deadline
Friday January 31, 2020
  • Tuition refund cutoff
Friday March 13, 2020
  • Withdrawal deadline
Wednesday April 22, 2020
  • Classes end

Classes

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CodeNameCapacity
ANTH 102Introduction to Cultural Anthropology
BIOL 112-ONLINEUnicellular Life
BIOL 140Laboratory Investigations in Life Science
BUSN 205Introduction to Management Information Systems
BUSN 291Applications of Statistics in Business
BUSN 292-1Organizational Behaviour
BUSN 292-2Organizational Behaviour
BUSN 294Managerial Accounting
BUSN 298Introduction to Finance
CHIN 102Mandarin for Beginner II (Non-Heritage)
CLST 102Introduction to Roman Civilization
CMNS 210-ONLINEDigital Media Design, Development, and UsabilityAll 60 seats available
CMNS 212-ONLINEProject Management in Digital Media
CPSC 110Computation, programs and programming
CPSC 110-Lab-1Computation, programs and programming - Lab
CPSC 110-Lab-2Computation, programs and programming - Lab
CRIM 200Psychological Explanations of Criminal Behaviour
ECON 102-1Principles of Macroeconomics
ECON 102-2Principles of Macroeconomics
ENGL 099Introduction to Academic Writing Skills
ENGL 110-1Academic Reading, Writing and Thinking
ENGL 110-2Academic Reading, Writing and Thinking
ENGL 120-1Introduction to Literary Genres
ENGL 120-2Introduction to Literary Genres
ENGL 120-3Introduction to Literary Genres
ENGL 120-RS-NDIntroduction to Literary Genres
ENGL 232English Literature 1750-1900
FILM 100Intro to Film and Media Studies
FILM 283Introduction to the Screenplay
FINA 225-ONLINEWestern Art and Architecture: 200-1600 CE
GEOG 103-ONLINEIntroduction to Physical Geography: Landforms and Vegetation
HIST 101Later Medieval Europe
HIST 111Indigenous Peoples in Late 19th and 20th Century North America
LDR IILeadership 101*
MATH 099Pre-Calculus II
MATH 110Differential Calculus I
MATH 111-1Differential Calculus II
MATH 111-2Differential Calculus II
MATH 111-RS-NDDifferential Calculus II
PHIL 131Introduction to Ethics
PHIL 217Philosophy of the Human Person
PHYS 101Physics I
POLI 101Challenges in Contemporary Canadian Politics
POLI 201International Politics
PSYC 101-1Introduction to Psychology II
PSYC 101-2Introduction to Psychology II
PSYC 101-RS-NDIntroduction to Psychology II
PSYC 201Research Methods in Psychology
PSYC 205Psychology of Child Development
RELG 240Explorations in Catholicism
SJPS 228Human Rights Violations: Voices from the Margins
SOCI 101-1Introduction to Sociology: Power, Institutions and Social Change
SOCI 101-2Introduction to Sociology: Power, Institutions and Social Change
SOCI 211Religion and Society in Canada
SPAN 102Elementary Spanish II
SPAN 202Intermediate Spanish II