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Ever wonder what all the different course codes mean? PSYC 1F90, ACTG 0N03, RECL 3Q46, sounds pretty "GREE" to most people. Corniness aside, we all have to deal with course codes. The tables below break down the codes and put them into a language we can all understand.
Course Description Sample
|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.|
1 = year 1
D = 1.50 credits
i.e., PSYC 1F90
The components included in a course:
- Lecture (primary component): All students are addressed in a large classroom setting.
- Seminar (secondary component): Students have the opportunity to discuss course material in a small open forum of fellow students.
- Lab (secondary component): Participation in an applied environment with fellow students.
- Tutorial (secondary component): Students meet in a group to work with instructors and teaching assistants in problem-solving and applied learning situations.
Notes / Restrictions / Requirements
Information on specific requirements that must be noted when enrolling in a given course.
Prerequisite: requirement that must be fulfilled prior to taking an advanced course. Usually must be fulfilled before registration in a course or a student is subject to deregistration.
Co-requisite: requirement that must be fulfilled at the same time as the other course is taken.
|AESL||Academic English as a Subsequent Language|
|CHSC||Community Health Sciences|
|CHYS||Child and Youth Studies|
|ENGL||English Language and Literature|
|IASC||Interactive Arts and Science|
|ITIS||Information Technology Information Systems|
|MARS||Medieval and Renaissance Studies|
|MLLC||Modern Languages, Literatures and Cultures|
|OBHR||Organizational Behaviour and Human Resources|
|OEVI||Oenology and Viticulture|
|PEKN||Physical Education and Kinesiology|
|RECL||Recreation and Leisure Studies|
|STAC||Studies in Arts and Culture|
|TREN||Tourism and Environment|
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