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VCC offers a variety of, fully-transferable university credit courses. Students can choose to complete credits toward university programs or take courses to pursue a VCC diploma or degree program.

Registration for specific terms is open as follows:


  • Winter Term (January to April) Registration opens Third Thursday of October annually
  • Spring/Summer Term (May to August) Registration opens Third Thursday of March annually
  • Fall Term (September to December) Registration opens Fourth Thursday of June annually

  • You cannot register for a term where registration has not yet opened

    Program Status:
    Accepting applications

    Start Length Credentials Campus Part- or Full-time
    January, May, September 2-4 months VCC Transcript Broadway Full-time

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    If you're ready and know the program you want, apply now. Download and complete the (PDF) application/registration form and mail it to VCC Registrar's Office Visit us at one of our campus locations.

    After you apply, you can check application status to see if all of the requirements have been met or to update contact information. Please use the temporary login ID and Personal Identification Number (PIN) that you used to complete your original online application.

    Program Description

    Program Description

    VCC gives students the opportunity to participate in a college setting with smaller class sizes, greater access to and support from instructors, and a learning environment that's centred on you and your educational or professional goals.


    Students who do not meet admissions requirements for entry into the university transfer program, or prerequisites for specific courses, have options for admissions. VCC offers bridging programs for students requiring upgrading. Students can also complete an admissions review. Contact advising at 604.443.8453 for further information.


    Admission Requirements

    Admission Requirements

    General

    VCC welcomes applications from Canadian citizens and permanent residents.

    As Vancouver Community College is a post-secondary institution committed to educating adult learners, applicants should be 18 years of age or older or a graduate of a secondary school.

    Please note that you must submit official transcripts and educational documents to support your application; unfortunately, we cannot accept photocopies or fax versions.

    Program Specific

    Missing prerequisites? VCC offers courses in Adult Upgrading and English as an Additional Language to help you meet your goals.

    All students must meet general college entrance requirements.

    1. Grade 12 graduation or equivalent.
    2. English 12 with a C+ grade or greater, or VCC 0981 and 0991 with a C+ grade or greater or successful completion of VCC 098 and 099 with a C+ grade or greater in writing 0995. Please check for individual course prerequisites or co-requisites.

    For students who do not have English 12 with a C+ grade, the following are recognized equivalencies:

    1. VCC English 1101 or 1100 or equivalent.
    2. Language Proficiency Exam (LPI) written within last two years, with a 4 score overall, 5 score minimum in English usage and a minimum score of 26 in composition. For admission to most courses, you need a score of at least 26 on the essay section of the test (24 for admission to English 1101).
    3. VCC English Language Assessment (ELA) written within the last 12 months, with a score of 145 overall and a minimum score of 16/20 on the essay portion of the composition section.
    4. Langara English Test (LET) written within last two years with a 4 score overall.
    5. International English Language Testing System (IELTS) written within the last 12 months. Academic version with a minimum 6.5 score overall and no score less than 6.0.
    6. Test of English as a Foreign Language (TOEFL) written within the last 12 months with an 82 score overall on the Internet-based test and minimum scores of 21 in reading and listening and minimum scores of 20 in writing and speaking.

    Course Schedule

    Courses Schedule

    Fees and Other costs


    Application Fee $35
    Tuition Fee $86 - per credit hour
    Student Union Fee $29 - per term
    College Initiative Fee $3 per credit hour with exceptions
    U-Pass Fee $158
    Other Costs $21 - Graduation Fee
    $345.00 - ENGL 1101 1001 1102 1002domestic tuition

    $283.00 - credit CMPT 1010, CMPT 1020, MATH 1221, SCIE 1100, SCIE 1110 and SCIE 1180 are all at MATH 1120 and SCIE 1020 are at $86.00/credit


    For book lists and prices, check Bookstore.


    Fees are approximate and subject to change without notice. Students are responsible for any increase in fees if advanced payments are made. The application fee is non-refundable. Fees are refunded according to the refund policy. For further clarification, see withdrawals and refunds information page.

    Info Sessions

    Info Sessions

    VCC offers a variety of first-year, fully-transferable university credit courses.

    Students can choose to complete credits toward university programs or take courses to pursue a VCC diploma or degree program.

    VCC's university transfer courses offer:

    • Small class sizes
    • Evening and daytime classes
    • Competitive tuition fees

    Attend an information session to learn about math, science and English courses available in upcoming terms. Meet faculty, ask questions and learn how to apply.

    Join us at VCC's Broadway campus, 1120 East 7 Avenue at Glen Drive, across from VCC/Clark SkyTrain station.

    Transfer to SFU - Engineering and Computing Science

    VCC also offers a first-year University Transfer Engineering Science certificate and a first-year Computing Science certificate. Sign up for an info session to learn more about Engineering Science or Computing Science at VCC.

    Date Day Time Room Location
    May 31, 2017 Wednesday 2 - 3 p.m. B1208 Broadway


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    Courses Schedule


    Currently Scheduled in Spring/Summer 2017 (201760)

    (BIOL 1120) Human Anatomy and Physiology 1 4.0 credits  course outline



    This course and its companion course, Human Anatomy and Physiology 2, deal with the relationship between structure and function in human biology. Lectures emphasize basic concepts in biology and the role of the major organ systems of the human body. Laboratory activities examine anatomical relationships and the physiological functioning of human organs.

    Prerequisite: Biology 11, Biology 12, Chemistry 11, Precalculus 11, all with at least a C+.

    More Information

    CRN Campus - Room Day(s) Time Date Instructor
      60611 BWY-A Rm. TBATo Be Assigned
    MTRM-Monday, T-Tuesday,
    W-Wednesday, R-Thursday,
    F-Friday, S-Saturday,
    U-Sunday

    1400 - 1629
    01-May-2017
    to 25-Aug-2017
    Shehadeh, Jacqueline
      60613 BWY-A Rm. TBATo Be Assigned
    TRM-Monday, T-Tuesday,
    W-Wednesday, R-Thursday,
    F-Friday, S-Saturday,
    U-Sunday

    1800 - 2159
    01-May-2017
    to 25-Aug-2017
    Joseph, Nancy
      62186 BWY-A Rm. TBATo Be Assigned
    MTRM-Monday, T-Tuesday,
    W-Wednesday, R-Thursday,
    F-Friday, S-Saturday,
    U-Sunday

    1030 - 1259
    01-May-2017
    to 25-Aug-2017
    Shehadeh, Jacqueline


    (BIOL 1220) Human Anatomy and Physiology 2 4.0 credits  course outline



    This course and its companion course, Human Anatomy and Physiology 1, deal with the relationship between structure and function in human biology. Lectures continue an investigation of the role of the major organ systems of the human body. Laboratory activities examine anatomical relationships and the physiological functioning of human organs.

    Prerequisite:  Human Anatomy & Physiology 1 (BIOL1120).

    More Information

    CRN Campus - Room Day(s) Time Date Instructor
      60615 BWY-A Rm. TBATo Be Assigned
    MTWRM-Monday, T-Tuesday,
    W-Wednesday, R-Thursday,
    F-Friday, S-Saturday,
    U-Sunday

    0830 - 1229
    01-May-2017
    to 23-Jun-2017
    Gordon, Joyce
      60616 BWY-A Rm. TBATo Be Assigned
    MTRM-Monday, T-Tuesday,
    W-Wednesday, R-Thursday,
    F-Friday, S-Saturday,
    U-Sunday

    1500 - 1729
    01-May-2017
    to 25-Aug-2017
    Gallagher, Zoe
      60617 BWY-A Rm. TBATo Be Assigned
    MWM-Monday, T-Tuesday,
    W-Wednesday, R-Thursday,
    F-Friday, S-Saturday,
    U-Sunday

    1800 - 2159
    01-May-2017
    to 25-Aug-2017
    Joseph, Nancy


    (CHEM 1121) Chemistry 1 4.0 credits  course outline



    The first course of the two-course sequence emphasizes the basic principles of structural chemistry, with application to chemistry of the elements. The laboratory illustrates the behaviour of chemical systems and some of the basic techniques associated with quantitative chemical experimentation. Chemistry 1 is designed for students seeking a degree or diploma in a field of science, technology, or health, among others. It is also suitable as an elective course for General Interest or Art students.

    Prerequisites: Chemistry 12 with a C+ or equivalent, Pre-calculus 12 with a C+; or MATH 1020 with a C; or Math 0983 and Math 0993 both with a minimum of a C+; or VCC Math Pre-calculus Test (MPT) with a C+.

    More Information

    CRN Campus - Room Day(s) Time Date Instructor
      60602 BWY-A Rm. TBATo Be Assigned
    MWM-Monday, T-Tuesday,
    W-Wednesday, R-Thursday,
    F-Friday, S-Saturday,
    U-Sunday

    0830 - 1029
    01-May-2017
    to 25-Aug-2017
    Balagopal, Raji
      60602 BWY-A Rm. TBATo Be Assigned
    FM-Monday, T-Tuesday,
    W-Wednesday, R-Thursday,
    F-Friday, S-Saturday,
    U-Sunday

    0830 - 1229
    01-May-2017
    to 25-Aug-2017
    Balagopal, Raji


    (CHEM 1223) Chemistry 2 4.0 credits  course outline



    The second course of the two-course sequence emphasizes the basic principles of chemical equilibrium, chemical thermodynamics, and organic chemistry. The laboratory in Chemistry 2 allows students to practice techniques learned in Chemistry 1. Students are expected to increase skills in making observations, recording data accurately, interpreting data and generating hypotheses. Chemistry 2 is designed for students seeking a degree or diploma in a field of science, technology, or dental hygiene, among others. It is also suitable as an elective course for General Interest or Art students.

    Prerequisite:  Chemistry 1 - CHEM 1121

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    CRN Campus - Room Day(s) Time Date Instructor
      60609 BWY-A Rm. TBATo Be Assigned
    FM-Monday, T-Tuesday,
    W-Wednesday, R-Thursday,
    F-Friday, S-Saturday,
    U-Sunday

    1300 - 1659
    01-May-2017
    to 25-Aug-2017
    Balagopal, Raji
      60609 BWY-A Rm. TBATo Be Assigned
    MWM-Monday, T-Tuesday,
    W-Wednesday, R-Thursday,
    F-Friday, S-Saturday,
    U-Sunday

    1300 - 1459
    01-May-2017
    to 25-Aug-2017
    Balagopal, Raji


    (CMPT 1020) Introduction to Computer Programming 2 3.0 credits  course outline



    This course builds upon the foundation set in CMPT 1010 using a systems-oriented language such as C or C++. Topics include a review of the basic elements of programming; introduction to object-oriented programming (OOP); techniques for designing and testing programs; use and implementation of elementary data structures and algorithms; introduction to embedded systems programming.

    Prerequisite: CMPT 1010 (Introduction to Computer Programming 1)

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    CRN Campus - Room Day(s) Time Date Instructor
      60634 BWY-B Rm. 2212
    MWM-Monday, T-Tuesday,
    W-Wednesday, R-Thursday,
    F-Friday, S-Saturday,
    U-Sunday

    1030 - 1229
    01-May-2017
    to 25-Aug-2017
    Aboofazeli, Mohammad


    (ENGL 1001) Integrated Language Support 1 3.0 credits  course outline



    This course, integrated with ENGL 1101, addresses the needs of non-native speakers of English who require specific help in order to meet course expectations. Students are given various proofreading and editing exercises, as well as paraphrasing and summarizing exercises. They will be introduced to effective techniques of quotation. Through multiple-draft writing assignments, they will learn the principles of effective revision.

    Co-requisite: ENGL 1101

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    CRN Campus - Room Day(s) Time Date Instructor
      60627 BWY-A Rm. 3251
    TRM-Monday, T-Tuesday,
    W-Wednesday, R-Thursday,
    F-Friday, S-Saturday,
    U-Sunday

    2000 - 2159
    01-May-2017
    to 24-Aug-2017
    Roszell, William


    (ENGL 1100) University Transfer English 1 3.0 credits course outline



    This one-term composition course introduces students to different models of essay writing.  It also trains students in the mechanics of writing (grammar), analysis of short prose, and research skills (including MLA documentation).

    Prerequisites:

    English 12 with a final grade of C+ *and* (ENSK 0902) with a final grade of B,
    or
    English 12 with a final grade of B (or equivalent as per VCC's English language proficiency requirements)
    or
    English 12 Provincial exam score of 72%

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    CRN Campus - Room Day(s) Time Date Instructor
      62256 BWY-B Rm. 1209
    MTWRM-Monday, T-Tuesday,
    W-Wednesday, R-Thursday,
    F-Friday, S-Saturday,
    U-Sunday

    1500 - 1659
    01-May-2017
    to 23-Jun-2017
    Loveday, Jolene
      62257 BWY-A Rm. 3700
    MWM-Monday, T-Tuesday,
    W-Wednesday, R-Thursday,
    F-Friday, S-Saturday,
    U-Sunday

    1300 - 1459
    01-May-2017
    to 25-Aug-2017
    Read, Jennifer
      60659 BWY-A Rm. 3701
    MTWRM-Monday, T-Tuesday,
    W-Wednesday, R-Thursday,
    F-Friday, S-Saturday,
    U-Sunday

    1800 - 1959
    04-Jul-2017
    to 25-Aug-2017
    Vandale, Holly


    (ENGL 1101) English 1101 3.0 credits  course outline



    In this course, taken with Integrated Language Support 1 (ENGL 1001), students will read various fiction and non-fiction texts and learn how to identify key elements of those texts, such as main and supporting ideas, thematic intent, rhetorical patterns, figurative language, socio-cultural context, style, and tone. They will analyze and interpret these texts and present their ideas in coherent, well-supported and grammatically correct compositions. Additionally, students will develop and present in a seminar a set of stimulating discussion questions on a selected short story.

    Co-requisite: ENGL 1001 Integrated Language Support 1


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    CRN Campus - Room Day(s) Time Date Instructor
      60626 BWY-A Rm. 3251
    TRM-Monday, T-Tuesday,
    W-Wednesday, R-Thursday,
    F-Friday, S-Saturday,
    U-Sunday

    1800 - 1959
    01-May-2017
    to 24-Aug-2017
    Roszell, William


    (ENGL 1200) University Transfer English 2 3.0 credits  course outline



    This literature survey course introduces students to major literary forms:  poetry, drama, and novels.

    Prerequisites: Successful completion (minimum grade of C-) in English 1100 or English 1127 or articulated equivalent course.

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    CRN Campus - Room Day(s) Time Date Instructor
      60970 BWY-B Rm. 1214
    MTWRM-Monday, T-Tuesday,
    W-Wednesday, R-Thursday,
    F-Friday, S-Saturday,
    U-Sunday

    1800 - 1959
    01-May-2017
    to 23-Jun-2017
    Loveday, Jolene
      62183 BWY-B Rm. 1206
    MTWRM-Monday, T-Tuesday,
    W-Wednesday, R-Thursday,
    F-Friday, S-Saturday,
    U-Sunday

    1500 - 1659
    04-Jul-2017
    to 25-Aug-2017
    Vandale, Holly


    (MATH 1020) Precalculus 3.0 credits  course outline



    Math 1020 is intended for students planning to take calculus for science, engineering, business, commerce and social programs. Emphasis is placed on the extensive study of polynomial, rational, exponential, logarithmic, trigonometric functions and their inverses. The objective of the course is to provide a solid foundation for the development of calculus.

    Prerequisite:  Pre-calculus Mathematics 12 with a C-; or VCC MATH 0983 and MATH 0993 both with a C -; or Precalculus Mathematics 11 with an B; or Foundations Mathematics 11 with a B; or VCC MATH 0861 and MATH 0871 both with a B; or VCC Math Precalculus Assessment test with a 60%.


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    CRN Campus - Room Day(s) Time Date Instructor
      60600 BWY-A Rm. 3505
    MWM-Monday, T-Tuesday,
    W-Wednesday, R-Thursday,
    F-Friday, S-Saturday,
    U-Sunday

    1300 - 1459
    01-May-2017
    to 25-Aug-2017
    Mandryk, Natasha


    (MATH 1100) Calculus 1 3.0 credits  course outline



    This course is designed to provide students with a fundamental knowledge of differential calculus. Topics include the concepts of limit and continuity; rates of change; basic differentiation rules; derivatives of algebraic and transcendental functions; applied optimization problems; implicit differentiation and related rates; the mean value theorem; linear approximations; curve sketching; simple differential equations and models; antiderivatives; simple parametric equations and polar coordinates.

    Prerequisites:  Pre-calculus Mathematics12 with a B; or MATH 1020 with a C; or Math 0983 and Math 0993 both with a B; or VCC Math Pre-calculus Assessment Test (MPT) with 72%.

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    CRN Campus - Room Day(s) Time Date Instructor
      60596 BWY-B Rm. 1206
    MTWRM-Monday, T-Tuesday,
    W-Wednesday, R-Thursday,
    F-Friday, S-Saturday,
    U-Sunday

    0830 - 1029
    01-May-2017
    to 23-Jun-2017
    Mandryk, Natasha


    (MATH 1111) Introduction to Statistics 3.0 credits  course outline



    This course introduces the fundamental ideas of statistics that can be applied to any discipline. Topics include: collection, organization, and presentation of data, inference estimation, hypothesis testing, correlation and regression. The course is designed to analyze real-life data using statistical methods. A statistical software program will be used to facilitate the understanding of statistical concepts and analysis of data sets.

    Prerequisite: Math 11 (MATH 0861/0871 with a C, or Pre-calculus 11 with a C, or  Principles of Math 11 with a C, or 68% on the Intermediate Algebra Assessment, or equivalent).

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    CRN Campus - Room Day(s) Time Date Instructor
      60598 BWY-A Rm. 2554
    MTWRM-Monday, T-Tuesday,
    W-Wednesday, R-Thursday,
    F-Friday, S-Saturday,
    U-Sunday

    0830 - 1029
    01-May-2017
    to 23-Jun-2017
    Karavas, Costa


    (MATH 1120) Discrete Mathematics 3.0 credits  course outline



    This course introduces students to mathematical logic, mathematical induction, relations and functions, basic counting techniques, probability, graphs and trees, with an emphasis on applications in computer science.

    Prerequisites: Precalculus 12 with a C; or MATH 1020 with a C; or VCC Math Precalculus Assessment Test (MPT) with a 72%.

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    CRN Campus - Room Day(s) Time Date Instructor
      60638 BWY-A Rm. 3701
    TRM-Monday, T-Tuesday,
    W-Wednesday, R-Thursday,
    F-Friday, S-Saturday,
    U-Sunday

    1030 - 1229
    01-May-2017
    to 17-Aug-2017
    Mandryk, Natasha


    (MATH 1200) Calculus 2 3.0 credits  course outline



    This course is designed to provide students with a fundamental knowledge of integral calculus. Topics include antidifferentiation; the definite integral; the fundamental theorem of calculus, areas and volumes; integration techniques; improper integrals; applications of the integral; slope fields; numerical approximations; linear differential equations and applications; polynomial approximations; Taylor series, power series and calculus with parametric curves and polar coordinates.

    Prerequisite: MATH 1100 with a C-

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    CRN Campus - Room Day(s) Time Date Instructor
      60597 BWY-B Rm. 1206
    MTWRM-Monday, T-Tuesday,
    W-Wednesday, R-Thursday,
    F-Friday, S-Saturday,
    U-Sunday

    0830 - 1029
    04-Jul-2017
    to 22-Aug-2017
    Mandryk, Natasha


    (MATH 1221) Applied Linear Algebra 3.0 credits  course outline



    This course introduces students to linear equations, matrices, determinants, vector spaces and linear transformations and bases. The course also includes complex numbers, eigenvalues and eigenvectors; diagonalization as well as inner products and orthogonality; least squares problems. Applications involving matrix and vector calculations are emphasized.

    Prerequisite: MATH 1100 (Calculus 1) with a C-

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    CRN Campus - Room Day(s) Time Date Instructor
      60637 BWY-B Rm. 2229
    TRM-Monday, T-Tuesday,
    W-Wednesday, R-Thursday,
    F-Friday, S-Saturday,
    U-Sunday

    1300 - 1459
    01-May-2017
    to 17-Aug-2017
    TBATo be assigned


    (NURS 1602) Human Anatomy and Physiology 2.0 credits  course outline



    This course is an admission requirement for entrance into the Practical Nursing Program. The course intends to provide the learner with the opportunity to learn terminology used in health professions and to become familiar with human anatomy and physiology (see topics). This class is offered to applicants of Access to Practical Nursing, Practical Nursing (LPN) Programs.

    Prerequisite: Biology 12 (VCC BIOL 0983/0993) or equivalent with a minimum grade of C; Precalculus 11 or Foundations of math 11 or equivalent with a minimum grade of C. English 12 with a B or the equivalent and English Language Proficiency as per the VCC Health Sciences Programs

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    CRN Campus - Room Day(s) Time Date Instructor
      60606 BWY-B Rm. TBATo Be Assigned
    TRM-Monday, T-Tuesday,
    W-Wednesday, R-Thursday,
    F-Friday, S-Saturday,
    U-Sunday

    1500 - 1659
    01-May-2017
    to 25-Aug-2017
    Ramsay, Laura


    (PHYS 1170) Mechanics 1 3.0 credits  course outline



    This course covers Newton's laws, kinematics, statics, and dynamics for particles and systems of particles, static and rotational equilibrium, analysis of structures, planar motion of rigid bodies, energy and momentum conservation. It is designed for engineering students. The emphasis of this course will be on solving problems.

    Prerequisites: Physics 1 (PHYS 1100) and Calculus 1 (MATH 1100), both with a C-

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    CRN Campus - Room Day(s) Time Date Instructor
      60664 BWY-A Rm. 3260
    MWM-Monday, T-Tuesday,
    W-Wednesday, R-Thursday,
    F-Friday, S-Saturday,
    U-Sunday

    1500 - 1659
    01-May-2017
    to 25-Aug-2017
    Tsui, Tyron


    (PSYC 1100) Psychology 1 3.0 credits  course outline



    Psychology 1 introduces students to the discipline of psychology and provides an overview of the major areas and perspectives in the field.  It is an overview of the history, systems and theories, research methods, evolution and genes, the brain and nervous system, body rhythms and states of consciousness, sensation and perception, learning, conditioning, and behaviour.. Psychology 1 and 2 can be taken concurrently.

    Prerequisites: English 12 with a C+ or equivalent or ENGL 1101 or concurrent enrollment in ENGL 1101

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    CRN Campus - Room Day(s) Time Date Instructor
      60571 BWY-B Rm. 1206
    TRM-Monday, T-Tuesday,
    W-Wednesday, R-Thursday,
    F-Friday, S-Saturday,
    U-Sunday

    1030 - 1229
    01-May-2017
    to 25-Aug-2017
    Avery, Wayne


    (PSYC 1200) Psychology 2 3.0 credits  course outline



    This course covers the concepts of memory, thinking and intelligence, emotion, motivation, theories of
    personality, life span development, health, stress and coping, psychological disorders, and approaches to
    treatment and therapy.

    Psychology 1 and 2 can be taken concurrently.

    Prerequisite: English 12 with a C+ or equivalent, (ENGL1101 or concurrent enrolment in ENGL 1101)

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    CRN Campus - Room Day(s) Time Date Instructor
      60577 BWY-B Rm. 1206
    TRM-Monday, T-Tuesday,
    W-Wednesday, R-Thursday,
    F-Friday, S-Saturday,
    U-Sunday

    1300 - 1459
    01-May-2017
    to 25-Aug-2017
    Avery, Wayne


    (SCIE 1100) Engineering Technology and Society 3.0 credits  course outline



    This course provides an introduction to the practice of engineering, surveying its history and its current state. The social and political aspects of engineering decisions will be illustrated by a number of case studies.

    Prerequisites: Pre-calculus 12 or VCC MATH 1020 or VCC MATH 0983/0993 or VCC Math Pre-calculus Assessment Test with at least a 72%; Physics 12 (or equivalent), Chemistry 12 (or equivalent) or Biology 12 (or equivalent) with a C+.

    Co-requisite: SCIE 1110

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    CRN Campus - Room Day(s) Time Date Instructor
      60635 BWY-A Rm. 3700
    RM-Monday, T-Tuesday,
    W-Wednesday, R-Thursday,
    F-Friday, S-Saturday,
    U-Sunday

    1030 - 1429
    01-May-2017
    to 25-Aug-2017
    Habibzadeh Gharehbaba, Alireza


    (SCIE 1110) Professional Communication 3.0 credits  course outline



    This course introduces students to the principles of effective communication with special emphasis on the writing process, informative and persuasive writing, research papers, oral presentations, and resumes and cover letters. Students will complete online assignments which will include a first draft critique, grammar exercises, plus research and documentation exercises. In conjunction with SCIE 1100, the course also explores current social and ethical issues in engineering and computer science.

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    CRN Campus - Room Day(s) Time Date Instructor
      60636 BWY-A Rm. 3700
    TM-Monday, T-Tuesday,
    W-Wednesday, R-Thursday,
    F-Friday, S-Saturday,
    U-Sunday

    1030 - 1429
    01-May-2017
    to 25-Aug-2017
    Read, Jennifer


    (SCIE 1151) Engineering Graphics and Design 3.0 credits  course outline



    This course teaches the fundamentals of graphical communication in order to help students think and communicate visually in the context of engineering design. The course focuses on representing three-dimensional objects in two dimensional space using various views, such as isometric, multi-view sketches, and section view, and auxiliary views. Tolerancing and dimensioning, as well as notation for manufacturing will also be discussed. Through the use of computer-aided design (CAD) tools, students will apply the theory to real-world problems. This course also teaches fundamentals of schematics and printed circuit board design. Students will have the opportunity to create circuits in CAD tools and will understand various conventions and terminology surrounding circuits. This course will also cover basic architectural and structural plans and elevations. Time permitting, some machine parts, bolts and other common mechanical engineering pieces will be reviewed.

    Prerequisites: Physics 12 with a C+, or VCC Physics 0983/0993 with a C+, or equivalent. Pre-calculus Mathematics12 with a B; or MATH 1020 with a C; or Math 0983 and Math 0993 both with a B; or VCC Math Pre-calculus Assessment Test (MPT) with 72%.

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    CRN Campus - Room Day(s) Time Date Instructor
      60663 DTN Rm. 714
    RM-Monday, T-Tuesday,
    W-Wednesday, R-Thursday,
    F-Friday, S-Saturday,
    U-Sunday

    1700 - 2059
    01-May-2017
    to 25-Aug-2017
    TBATo be assigned


    (SCIE 1180) Introduction to Engineering Analysis 3.0 credits  course outline



    Introduction to Engineering AnalysisThis course introduces students to problem modeling and simulation in engineering practice using one of the main engineering simulation tools - MATLAB. The course will present the basics of MATLAB programming, including MATLAB's data types, flow control, writing external functions, etc. Using MATLAB, students will learn to implement and analyze various methods and techniques of data analysis applied to real-world examples from a range of engineering disciplines, such as signal and image processing, communications engineering, robotics, etc. At the same time, engineering examples will attempt to illustrate how the concepts from the first-year math courses (Calculus 1 and 2, Applied Linear Algebra) are actually used in engineering practice.

    Prerequisites: Calculus 1 (MATH 1100) or equivalent; Introduction to Computer Programming 1 (CMPT 1010) or equivalent; Applied Linear Algebra (MATH 1221) or equivalent.

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    CRN Campus - Room Day(s) Time Date Instructor
      60632 BWY-B Rm. 2212
    TRM-Monday, T-Tuesday,
    W-Wednesday, R-Thursday,
    F-Friday, S-Saturday,
    U-Sunday

    1500 - 1659
    01-May-2017
    to 25-Aug-2017
    Taheri Gharagozloo, Pooya


    (SOCI 1200) Sociology 2 - Canadian Society 3.0 credits  course outline



    Sociology  2 (SOCI 1200) - Canadian Society - This course examines Canadian society, its social institutions and processes, in historical and global context, with a focus on social inequality, social change and current issues. The main sociological theories are employed to examine the following areas: economy and work, government and politics, First Nations and Aboriginal issues, Quebec society, family, health and medicine, religion, and social change, particularly social movements, technology, urbanization and the environment.

    The course is a combination of lectures, class and group based discussion, films, and library research. 

    Sociology 1 and 2 can also be taken concurrently or in either order.

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    CRN Campus - Room Day(s) Time Date Instructor
      60584 BWY-B Rm. 1223
    MTWRM-Monday, T-Tuesday,
    W-Wednesday, R-Thursday,
    F-Friday, S-Saturday,
    U-Sunday

    1800 - 1959
    01-May-2017
    to 23-Jun-2017
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    (CHEM 1223) Chemistry 2 4.0 credits  course outline



    The second course of the two-course sequence emphasizes the basic principles of chemical equilibrium, chemical thermodynamics, and organic chemistry. The laboratory in Chemistry 2 allows students to practice techniques learned in Chemistry 1. Students are expected to increase skills in making observations, recording data accurately, interpreting data and generating hypotheses. Chemistry 2 is designed for students seeking a degree or diploma in a field of science, technology, or dental hygiene, among others. It is also suitable as an elective course for General Interest or Art students.

    Prerequisite:  Chemistry 1 - CHEM 1121

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      70531 BWY-A Rm. TBATo Be Assigned
    TRM-Monday, T-Tuesday,
    W-Wednesday, R-Thursday,
    F-Friday, S-Saturday,
    U-Sunday

    1300 - 1459
    05-Sep-2017
    to 14-Dec-2017
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      70531 BWY-A Rm. TBATo Be Assigned
    FM-Monday, T-Tuesday,
    W-Wednesday, R-Thursday,
    F-Friday, S-Saturday,
    U-Sunday

    1300 - 1659
    05-Sep-2017
    to 14-Dec-2017
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    (ENGL 1001) Integrated Language Support 1 3.0 credits  course outline



    This course, integrated with ENGL 1101, addresses the needs of non-native speakers of English who require specific help in order to meet course expectations. Students are given various proofreading and editing exercises, as well as paraphrasing and summarizing exercises. They will be introduced to effective techniques of quotation. Through multiple-draft writing assignments, they will learn the principles of effective revision.

    Co-requisite: ENGL 1101

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    CRN Campus - Room Day(s) Time Date Instructor
      70580 BWY-A Rm. 3251
    TRM-Monday, T-Tuesday,
    W-Wednesday, R-Thursday,
    F-Friday, S-Saturday,
    U-Sunday

    2000 - 2159
    05-Sep-2017
    to 19-Dec-2017
    Burcescu, Cecilia


    (ENGL 1002) Integrated Language Support 2 3.0 credits  course outline



    This course is a strong language support enabling non-native speakers of English to realistically handle the language and workload demands of a university level English and language arts course. Besides focusing on different writing tasks and styles (paraphrasing, summarizing, short compositions, informative, argumentative research essay), it concentrates on refining the skills developed in Integrated Language Support 1.

    Co-requisite: ENGL 1102

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    CRN Campus - Room Day(s) Time Date Instructor
      71193 BWY-A Rm. 3251
    MWM-Monday, T-Tuesday,
    W-Wednesday, R-Thursday,
    F-Friday, S-Saturday,
    U-Sunday

    1600 - 1759
    06-Sep-2017
    to 20-Dec-2017
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    (ENGL 1101) English 1101 3.0 credits  course outline



    In this course, taken with Integrated Language Support 1 (ENGL 1001), students will read various fiction and non-fiction texts and learn how to identify key elements of those texts, such as main and supporting ideas, thematic intent, rhetorical patterns, figurative language, socio-cultural context, style, and tone. They will analyze and interpret these texts and present their ideas in coherent, well-supported and grammatically correct compositions. Additionally, students will develop and present in a seminar a set of stimulating discussion questions on a selected short story.

    Co-requisite: ENGL 1001 Integrated Language Support 1


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    CRN Campus - Room Day(s) Time Date Instructor
      70579 BWY-A Rm. 3251
    TRM-Monday, T-Tuesday,
    W-Wednesday, R-Thursday,
    F-Friday, S-Saturday,
    U-Sunday

    1800 - 1959
    05-Sep-2017
    to 19-Dec-2017
    TBATo be assigned


    (ENGL 1102) English 1102 3.0 credits  course outline



    English 1102 introduces students to a selection of poetry and to a sampling of modern drama. Some short stories are also included. Students compose analytical essays dealing with the method of presenting the content of a literary piece. A video adaptation of a play or novel is viewed and discussed. Short lectures provide information about literary schools and their social, political and creative backgrounds. Composition also includes an original piece of research on a particular author or authors or an approved topic selected by the student. This research is presented in both an informal presentation and a formal research essay.

    Prerequisite: English 1101

    Co-requisite: ENGL 1002 Integrated Language Support 2


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    CRN Campus - Room Day(s) Time Date Instructor
      71192 BWY-A Rm. 3251
    MWM-Monday, T-Tuesday,
    W-Wednesday, R-Thursday,
    F-Friday, S-Saturday,
    U-Sunday

    1400 - 1559
    06-Sep-2017
    to 20-Dec-2017
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    Term 1

    (BIOL 1100) Biology 1
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    4.0 credits  course outline
    (BIOL 1120) Human Anatomy and Physiology 1
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    4.0 credits  course outline
    (BIOL 1200) Biology 2
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    4.0 credits  course outline
    (BIOL 1220) Human Anatomy and Physiology 2
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    4.0 credits  course outline
    (BIOL 2104) Introduction to Ecology
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    3.0 credits  course outline
    (CHEM 1121) Chemistry 1
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    4.0 credits  course outline
    (CHEM 1223) Chemistry 2
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    4.0 credits  course outline
    (CMPT 1010) Introduction to Computer Programming 1
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    3.0 credits  course outline
    (CMPT 1020) Introduction to Computer Programming 2
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    3.0 credits  course outline
    (CRIM 1150) Introduction to Criminology
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    3.0 credits
    (CRIM 1160) The Canadian Legal System
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    3.0 credits
    (ECON 1100) Microeconomics
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    3.0 credits  course outline
    (ECON 1200) Macroeconomics
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    3.0 credits  course outline
    (ECON 2300) Managerial Economics
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    3.0 credits course outline
    (ECON 2600) Environmental Economics
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    3.0 credits course outline
    (ENGL 1001) Integrated Language Support 1
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    3.0 credits  course outline
    (ENGL 1002) Integrated Language Support 2
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    3.0 credits  course outline
    (ENGL 1100) University Transfer English 1
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    3.0 credits course outline
    (ENGL 1101) English 1101
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    3.0 credits  course outline
    (ENGL 1102) English 1102
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    3.0 credits  course outline
    (ENGL 1200) University Transfer English 2
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    3.0 credits  course outline
    (ENGL 2100) Canadian Literature
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    3 credits course outline
    (EVSC 1100) Introduction to Environmental Science
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    3.0 credits  course outline
    (GEOG 1100) Society, Space, Environment: Introducing Human Geography
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    3.0 credits  course outline
    (GEOG 1110) Earth Systems
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    3.0 credits  course outline
    (GEOG 2241) Social Geography
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    3.0 credits  course outline
    (INDG 1100) Introduction to First Nations & Indigenous Studies
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    3.0 credits  course outline
    (MATH 1020) Precalculus
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    3.0 credits  course outline
    (MATH 1100) Calculus 1
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    3.0 credits  course outline
    (MATH 1111) Introduction to Statistics
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    3.0 credits  course outline
    (MATH 1120) Discrete Mathematics
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    3.0 credits  course outline
    (MATH 1200) Calculus 2
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    3.0 credits  course outline
    (MATH 1221) Applied Linear Algebra
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    3.0 credits  course outline
    (NURS 1602) Human Anatomy and Physiology
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    2.0 credits  course outline
    (PHYS 1100) Physics 1
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    4.0 credits  course outline
    (PHYS 1110) Introduction to Astronomy
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    3.0 credits course outline
    (PHYS 1170) Mechanics 1
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    3.0 credits  course outline
    (PHYS 1190) Physics of Music
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    3.0 credits course outline
    (PHYS 1200) Physics 2
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    4.0 credits  course outline
    (POLI 1100) Introduction to Politics and Government
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    3.0 credits  course outline
    (PSYC 1100) Psychology 1
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    3.0 credits  course outline
    (PSYC 1200) Psychology 2
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    3.0 credits  course outline
    (PSYC 2300) Abnormal Psychology
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    3.0 credits course outline
    (PSYC 2320) Research Methods in Psychology
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    3.0 credits course outline
    (REMA 1100) Global Change
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    3.0 credits  course outline
    (SCIE 1020) Introduction to Computer Design
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    3.0 credits  course outline
    (SCIE 1100) Engineering Technology and Society
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    3.0 credits  course outline
    (SCIE 1110) Professional Communication
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    3.0 credits  course outline
    (SCIE 1151) Engineering Graphics and Design
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    3.0 credits  course outline
    (SCIE 1180) Introduction to Engineering Analysis
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    3.0 credits  course outline
    (SOCI 1100) Sociology 1 - Introductory Sociology
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    3.0 credits  course outline
    (SOCI 1200) Sociology 2 - Canadian Society
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    3.0 credits  course outline