Brock University Undergraduate Calendar

COURSES Aboriginal Studies (ABST) Adult Education (ADED) Applied Language Studies (APLS) Astronomy (ASTR) Biochemistry (BCHM) Biology (BIOL) Biotechnology (BTEC) Canadian Studies (CANA) Contemporary Cultural Studies (CCST) Chemistry (CHEM) Community Health Sciences (CHSC) Child and Youth Studies (CHYS) Classics (CLAS) Communications (COMM) Computer Science (COSC) Dramatic Arts (DART) Economics (ECON) Education (all courses) (EDUC) English (ENGL) Entrepreneurial Studies (ENTR) Environment (ENVI) Earth Sciences (ERSC) Film Studies (FILM) Finance (FNCE) French (FREN) Great Books/Liberal Studies (GBLS) Geography (GEOG) German (GERM) Greek (GREE) History (HIST) International Studies (INTL) Italian (ITAL) Information Technology Information Systems (ITIS) Japanese (JAPA) Labour Studies (LABR) Latin (LATI) Linguistics (LING) Modern Languages, Literatures and Cultures (MAND) Mathematics (MATH) Management (MGMT) Marketing (MKTG) Modern Languages, Literatures and Culture (MLLC) Music (MUSI) Neuroscience (NEUR) Nursing (NUSC) Organizational Behaviour and Human Relations (OBHR) Oenology and Viticulture (OEVI) Operations Management (OPER) Popular Culture (PCUL) Physical Education and Kinesiology (PEKN) Philosophy (PHIL) Physics (PHYS) Political Science (POLI) Portuguese (PORT) Psychology (PSYC) Recreation and Leisure Studies (RECL) Russian (RUSS) Science (SCIE) Sociology (SOCI) Spanish (SPAN) Sport Management (SPMA) Tourism Studies (TOUR) Visual Arts (VISA) Women's Studies (WISE) Writing (WRIT)
Astronomy Courses
ASTR 1F00 Introduction to Astronomy Topics include a description of the appearance of the night sky, the properties of the sun and stars and a discussion of the planets of the solar system, galaxies, history of astronomy and the properties of some unusual astronomical objects such as pulsars and black holes. Lectures, 3 hours per week. Note: a night of observing the stars and some seminars may be offered. Designed for both non-science and science students.