Returning Undergraduate Registration Guide - Descriptions

Returning Undergraduate Registration Guide - Descriptions

Registration Guide and Timetable2014-2015 Fall/Winter


Course Description

Course descriptions will assist you in course selection. Descriptions of courses are listed by program in the Undergraduate Calendar or in the timetable;.

Sample Description

Course Code ACTG 1P11
Title Introduction to Accounting I
Description Nature and role of accounting information for planning, decision making, control and external reporting by businesses and other economic organizations.
Course format Lectures, discussion, 3 hours per week.
Restrictions/Notes Open to BAcc majors. Enrolment limited to 45 students per section. Completion of this course will replace previous assigned grade and credit in ACTG 1P91.

Course Code

ACTG 1 P 11

Subject code

(See table below)

Year Level

1 = year 1
2 = year 2
3 = year 3
4 = year 4
6 = professional
8 = teacher education

Credit Value

F = 1.00 credits
N = 0.00 credits
P = 0.50 credits
Q = 0.50 credits
Y = 0.25 credits

Department Code

i.e., PSYC 1F90
i.e., ACTG 0N01 (co-op)
i.e., MATH 1P97
i.e., EDUC 8Y05

Course Format

Most courses at Brock are made up of multiple components including:

  • Lectures: A large classroom setting in which all students in the course are addressed by the instructor.
  • Seminars: A small classroom setting where students have the opportunity to discuss course material.
  • Labs: A course component set aside for laboratory work.
  • Tutorials: Students meet in a classroom setting to work with instructors and teaching assistants in problem-solving and applied learning situations.

Restrictions / Notes

In some cases, specific requirements must be met when enrolling in a specific course. Should you not fulfill a requirement or restriction, you may be subject to deregistration.

Subject Listing

ABST Aboriginal Studies
ACTG Accounting
ADED Adult Education
ADMI Administration
AESL Academic English as a Subsequent Language
APCO Applied Computing
APLS Applied Linguistics
ARAB Arabic
ASTR Astronomy
BCHM Biochemistry
BIOL Biological Sciences
BPHY Biophyics
BTEC Biotechnology
CANA Canadian Studies
CHEM Chemistry
CHYS Child and Youth Studies
CLAS Classics
CPCF Communication, Popular Culture and Film
COMM Communication Studies
COSC Computer Science
DART Dramatic Arts
ECON Economics
EDUC Education
ENGL English Language and Literature
ENTR Entrepreneurship
ERSC Earth Sciences
ESCI Education Science
FILM Film Studies
FNCE Finance
FREN French
GEOG Geography
GERM German
GREE Greek
HLSC Health Sciences
HIST History
IASC Interactive Arts and Science
INTC Intercultural Studies
ITAL Italian
ITIS Information Technology Information Systems
JAPA Japanese
LABR Labour Studies
LART Liberal Arts
LATI Latin
LING Linguistics
MAND Mandarin
MARS Medieval and Renaissance Studies
MATH Mathematics
MGMT Management
MLLC Modern Languages, Literatures and Cultures
MKTG Marketing
MUSI Music
NEUR Neuroscience
NUSC Nursing
OBHR Organizational Behaviour and Human Resources
OEVI Oenology and Viticulture
OPER Operations Management
PCUL Popular Culture
PEKN Physical Education and Kinesiology
PHIL Philosophy
PHYS Physics
POLI Political Science
PORT Portuguese
PSYC Psychology
RECL Recreation and Leisure Studies
RUSS Russian
SCIE Science
SOCI Sociology
SPAN Spanish
SPMA Sport Management
STAC Studies in Arts and Culture
SWAH Swahili
TREN Tourism and Environment
VISA Visual Arts
WGST Women's and Gender Studies
WRIT Writing