Classes

University of Alberta – Bachelor of Secondary Education – Spring 2011 (After-Degree)

– Major: English

  • ENGL 300: Social and Cultural History of the English Language

-Minor – Biology

  • BIOL 367: Conservation Biology
  • BIOL 381: People, Pollution, and the Environment

-Education Classes

  • EDFX 350: Introductory Placement
  • EDFX 450: Advanced Placement
  • EDIT 202: Technology Tools for Teaching and Learning
  • EDU 250: The Profession of Teaching
  • EDPS 310:  Managing the Learning Environment
  • EDPS 360: Society and Education
  • EDPS 410: Ethics and Law in Teaching
  • EDPY 200: Educational Psychology for Teaching
  • EDPY 301: Adapting Instruction for Students with Special Needs
  • EDPY 303: Educational Assessment
  • EDSE 352: Curriculum and Teaching of Biological Sciences
  • EDSE 327: English Language Arts
  • EDSE 427:  Secondary Schooling: English Language Arts
  • EDSE 451: Integrating Theory and Classroom Practicum

-Religion Classes

  • CHRTC 250: Theological Education of a Catholic Teacher
  • CHRTC 341: Contemporary Film and Christian Values

Grant MacEwan University – Bachelor of Arts – Spring 2009

-Major: English

  • COMP 100: World Literature
  • ENGL 101:  Critical Reading and Writing
  • ENGL 203: History of the English Language
  • ENGL 224: The Later Middle Ages
  • ENGL 239: Studies in Shakespeare
  • ENGL 267: Literary Theory
  • ENGL 342: The Rise of The British Novel
  • ENGL 348: Milton
  • ENGL 350: Romantic Poetry
  • ENGL 353: The Later Victorian Period
  • ENGL 358: American Literature 1845-1900
  • ENGL 361: American Literature 1900-1945
  • ENGL 362: American Literature from 1945
  • ENGL 366: British Literature and Culture
  • ENGL 376: Canadian Literature Since 1960
  • ENGL 389: Classics of Children’s Literature
  • ENGL 401: Studies in Genre – The Bildungsroman
  • ENGL 401: Studies in Genre – The Gothic Novel
  • ENGL 402: Studies in Authors – Joseph Conrad
  • ENGL 402: Studies in Authors – J.R.R. Tolkien
  • ENGL 489: Themes, Traditions, and Phenomena – The Arthurian Tradition

-Minor: Psychology

  • PSYC 104: Introductory Psychology
  • PSYC 105:  Individual and Social Behaviour
  • PSYC 241: Social Psychology
  • PSYC 258: Cognitive Psychology
  • PSYC 267: Perception
  • PSYC 275: Brain and Behaviour
  • PSYC 339: Abnormal Psychology
  • PSYC 373: Evolution and Human Behaviour
  • PSYC 391: Psychology of Consciousness

-Science Classes

  • BIOL 107: Introduction to Cell Biology
  • BIOL 108:  Organisms In Their Environment
  • BIOL 207: Molecular Gentics and Heredity
  • BIOL 208: Principles of Ecology
  • CHEM 101:  University Chemistry I
  • CHEM 102: University Chemistry II
  • CHEM 261: Organic Chemistry I
  • ZOOL 224: Vertebrate Diversity

-Other Classes

  • ASTR 122: Astronomy of Stars and Galaxies
  • CLAS 110: Early World History
  • HIST 112: Modern World: c. 1800- Present
  • LING 101:  Introduction to Linguistics I
  • MATH 0099: Precalculus Mathematics
  • PHIL 125: Analytical Reasoning
  • SOCI 100: Introducory Sociology
  • STAT 151: Introduction to Applied Statistics I
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