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Below you will find a variety of Dual Credit courses are offered during PASS. Please register through PASS to select the course you are interested in taking.
Dual Credit courses are offered from February 6 - May 29, 2019. Please call 780-944-2000 for more information.

COURSES:

Psychology: PSYC 1040

The basic foundation course in psychology. It provides an introduction to the scientific study of behaviour and the mind. This course examines the evolution of psychology, research methods, descriptive statistics, the brain and behaviour, human lifespan development, sensation and perception, states of consciousness, conditioning and learning, and memory.

Prerequisite:

English 20-1 with 60% or English 20-2 with 70%

Post-Secondary Transferable:

Athabasca University- PSYC 289

Concordia University of Edmonton- PSY 104

Lakeland College- PSYCO 104

MacEwan University- Introductory Psychology I

Thompson Rivers University, Open Learning- PSYC 1XX1

University of Alberta- PSYCO 104, AUPSY 1xx

Location:

St. Joseph High School

Dates and Times:

February 6 – May 29, 2019: Monday 4:00 – 7:00 PM


Introduction to Statistical Methods: MAT 151

Data collection and presentation, descriptive statistics. Probability distributions, sampling distributions and the central limit theorem. Point estimation and hypothesis testing. Correlation and regression analysis. Goodness of fit and contingency table. One-way ANOVA. Introduction to spreadsheets and dedicated statistics software.

Prerequisite:

Math 30

Post-Secondary Transferable:

Athabasca University- MATH 215

Bow Valley College- MGMT 2501

Burman University- MATH 240

The King’s University- STAT 300

MacEwan University- STAT 151

University of Alberta- STAT 151, AUSTA 153

University of Lethbridge- STAT 1770

Location:

Concordia University

Dates and Times:

February 6 – May 29, 2019: Monday 4:00 – 8:30 PM


Introductory University Chemistry I: CH 101

Atoms, molecules, reactions, and stoichiometry; ideal gases; thermochemistry, calorimetry, and Hess’ law; chemical equilibrium in the gaseous and liquid phases; acids and bases; solubility products; atomic structure and bonding.

Prerequisite:

Chemistry 30

Post-Secondary Transferable:

Athabasca University- CHEM 217, CHEM 218

Burman University- CHEM 111

The King’s University- CHEM 200

MacEwan University- CHEM 101

University of Alberta- AUCHE 110, CHEM 101

University of Calgary- CHEM 203, CHEM 201

University of Lethbridge- CHEM 1000

Location:

Concordia University

Dates and Times:

February 6 – May 29, 2019: Monday 4:00 – 7:00 PM; Wednesday (Lab) 5:30 – 7:30 PM


Biology Organisms in Their Environment: BES 108

The effect of the environment on organisms, and the effect of activities of organisms on the current environment. Evolution of the major groups of organisms, reflection of evolutionary origins in classification of major lineages. The involvement of organisms in major ecosystem processes, the stability of those systems, and human impact on the processes.

Prerequisite:

Biology 30

Post-Secondary Transferable:

Athabasca University- BIOL 205

Burman University- BIOL 120

The King’s University- BIOL 211

MacEwan University- BIOL 108

University of Alberta- AUBIO 112, BIOL 108

University of Calgary- BIOL 241, BIOL 243

University of Lethbridge- BIOL 1020

Location:

Concordia University

Dates and Times:

February 6 – May 29, 2019: Monday 4:00 – 7:00 PM; Friday (Lab) 5:30 – 8:30 PM


Introduction to Information Technology: IT 101C

Topics covered include computer hardware and its operation, operating systems, application software, networks, and computer communications, the Internet and the World Wide Web, network protocols and addressing, cyberthreats and security, and other emerging technologies. The impact of information technology on our lives is also explored.

Prerequisite:

English 20-1 and Math 20-1

Post-Secondary Transferable:

Burman University- CPTR 1xx (Unspecified Course)

The King’s University- CMPT 2xx (unspecified course

University of Calgary- CPSC 203

University of Lethbridge- CPSC 1000

Location:

Concordia University

Dates and Times:

February 6 – May 29, 2019: Wednesday 4:00 – 8:00 PM


Introduction to Sustainable Business: BUSN 201

This is an interdisciplinary cornerstone course, based on the premise that responsible leadership and effective management requires an understanding of business and its substantive disciplines, how a sustainable business is run and how emerging issues in business can be addressed from a sustainability perspective. This course makes use of a variety of teaching and evaluation methods including lectures, discussions (face-to-face and online), case study analysis, community service learning, examinations and presentations.

Prerequisite:

English 20-1

Post-Secondary Transferable:

Athabasca University- ADMN 232

Burman University- BUAD 110

Concordia University of Edmonton- BUS 110

The King’s University- BUSI 2xx (unspecified course)

University of Alberta- AUOption 2xx (unspecified course), BUS 201

University of Lethbridge- MGT 1000

Location:

St. Joseph High School

Dates and Times:

February 6 – May 29, 2019: Monday 4:00 – 7:00 PM


Introduction to Aviation Meteorology: AIRF 1109

This course meets the meteorology requirements for the Department of Transport Commercial Pilot’s License, basic meteorology as it applies to aviation and the ability to interpret weather information for pilots as supplied by Atmospheric Environment Services.

Prerequisite:

Concurrently Math 20-1 and English 20-1

Post-Secondary Transferable:

Mount Royal University- AIRF 1109

Location:

St. Joseph High School

Dates and Times:

February 6 – May 29, 2019: Monday 4:00 – 7:00 PM


Dual Credit

Below you will find a variety of Dual Credit courses are offered during PASS. Please register through PASS to select the course you are interested in taking.
Dual Credit courses are offered from February 6 - May 29, 2019. Please call 780-944-2000 for more information.

COURSES:

Psychology: PSYC 1040

The basic foundation course in psychology. It provides an introduction to the scientific study of behaviour and the mind. This course examines the evolution of psychology, research methods, descriptive statistics, the brain and behaviour, human lifespan development, sensation and perception, states of consciousness, conditioning and learning, and memory.

Prerequisite:

English 20-1 with 60% or English 20-2 with 70%

Post-Secondary Transferable:

Athabasca University- PSYC 289

Concordia University of Edmonton- PSY 104

Lakeland College- PSYCO 104

MacEwan University- Introductory Psychology I

Thompson Rivers University, Open Learning- PSYC 1XX1

University of Alberta- PSYCO 104, AUPSY 1xx

Location:

St. Joseph High School

Dates and Times:

February 6 – May 29, 2019: Monday 4:00 – 7:00 PM


Introduction to Statistical Methods: MAT 151

Data collection and presentation, descriptive statistics. Probability distributions, sampling distributions and the central limit theorem. Point estimation and hypothesis testing. Correlation and regression analysis. Goodness of fit and contingency table. One-way ANOVA. Introduction to spreadsheets and dedicated statistics software.

Prerequisite:

Math 30

Post-Secondary Transferable:

Athabasca University- MATH 215

Bow Valley College- MGMT 2501

Burman University- MATH 240

The King’s University- STAT 300

MacEwan University- STAT 151

University of Alberta- STAT 151, AUSTA 153

University of Lethbridge- STAT 1770

Location:

Concordia University

Dates and Times:

February 6 – May 29, 2019: Monday 4:00 – 8:30 PM


Introductory University Chemistry I: CH 101

Atoms, molecules, reactions, and stoichiometry; ideal gases; thermochemistry, calorimetry, and Hess’ law; chemical equilibrium in the gaseous and liquid phases; acids and bases; solubility products; atomic structure and bonding.

Prerequisite:

Chemistry 30

Post-Secondary Transferable:

Athabasca University- CHEM 217, CHEM 218

Burman University- CHEM 111

The King’s University- CHEM 200

MacEwan University- CHEM 101

University of Alberta- AUCHE 110, CHEM 101

University of Calgary- CHEM 203, CHEM 201

University of Lethbridge- CHEM 1000

Location:

Concordia University

Dates and Times:

February 6 – May 29, 2019: Monday 4:00 – 7:00 PM; Wednesday (Lab) 5:30 – 7:30 PM


Biology Organisms in Their Environment: BES 108

The effect of the environment on organisms, and the effect of activities of organisms on the current environment. Evolution of the major groups of organisms, reflection of evolutionary origins in classification of major lineages. The involvement of organisms in major ecosystem processes, the stability of those systems, and human impact on the processes.

Prerequisite:

Biology 30

Post-Secondary Transferable:

Athabasca University- BIOL 205

Burman University- BIOL 120

The King’s University- BIOL 211

MacEwan University- BIOL 108

University of Alberta- AUBIO 112, BIOL 108

University of Calgary- BIOL 241, BIOL 243

University of Lethbridge- BIOL 1020

Location:

Concordia University

Dates and Times:

February 6 – May 29, 2019: Monday 4:00 – 7:00 PM; Friday (Lab) 5:30 – 8:30 PM


Introduction to Information Technology: IT 101C

Topics covered include computer hardware and its operation, operating systems, application software, networks, and computer communications, the Internet and the World Wide Web, network protocols and addressing, cyberthreats and security, and other emerging technologies. The impact of information technology on our lives is also explored.

Prerequisite:

English 20-1 and Math 20-1

Post-Secondary Transferable:

Burman University- CPTR 1xx (Unspecified Course)

The King’s University- CMPT 2xx (unspecified course

University of Calgary- CPSC 203

University of Lethbridge- CPSC 1000

Location:

Concordia University

Dates and Times:

February 6 – May 29, 2019: Wednesday 4:00 – 8:00 PM


Introduction to Sustainable Business: BUSN 201

This is an interdisciplinary cornerstone course, based on the premise that responsible leadership and effective management requires an understanding of business and its substantive disciplines, how a sustainable business is run and how emerging issues in business can be addressed from a sustainability perspective. This course makes use of a variety of teaching and evaluation methods including lectures, discussions (face-to-face and online), case study analysis, community service learning, examinations and presentations.

Prerequisite:

English 20-1

Post-Secondary Transferable:

Athabasca University- ADMN 232

Burman University- BUAD 110

Concordia University of Edmonton- BUS 110

The King’s University- BUSI 2xx (unspecified course)

University of Alberta- AUOption 2xx (unspecified course), BUS 201

University of Lethbridge- MGT 1000

Location:

St. Joseph High School

Dates and Times:

February 6 – May 29, 2019: Monday 4:00 – 7:00 PM


Introduction to Aviation Meteorology: AIRF 1109

This course meets the meteorology requirements for the Department of Transport Commercial Pilot’s License, basic meteorology as it applies to aviation and the ability to interpret weather information for pilots as supplied by Atmospheric Environment Services.

Prerequisite:

Concurrently Math 20-1 and English 20-1

Post-Secondary Transferable:

Mount Royal University- AIRF 1109

Location:

St. Joseph High School

Dates and Times:

February 6 – May 29, 2019: Monday 4:00 – 7:00 PM