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)
Science Courses
SCIE 0N90 Co-op Training and Development Framework for the development of learning objectives for individual work terms, for students in the co-op programs in the Faculty of Mathematics and Science. Includes orientation to the co-op experience, goal setting, career planning, resume preparation and interview skills preparation. Lectures, presentations, site visits, 2 hours per week. Restriction: open to Science Co-op students. Note: see Director of Co-op Programs Office. SCIE 1F30 Science and Society For non-science majors, basic questions and problems in understanding the nature of science and technology and their impact on contemporary society. Some questions addressed: how are scientific theories formulated? What is pollution? What is the relation of science to ethics and public policy? Lectures, 3 hours per week; seminar, 1 hour, alternate weeks. Note: co-ordinated through the Department of Chemistry. SCIE 1P10 Science for Primary/Junior Teachers Science instruction and curriculum for the Primary and Junior level. Instruction in individual disciplines provide a foundation appropriate for Primary/Junior science instruction through background, materials, exercises and resources fordoing elementary school science. Lectures, lab, 3 hours per week. Restriction: students must have a minimum of 5.0 overall credits. Note: open to students intending to apply to a faculty of education and who have not taken university science courses beyond the science context requirements. Co-ordinated through the Faculty of Education. Designed to meet the science admission requirement for the Primary/Junior Pre-service program of the Faculty of Education at Brock University. For additional information contact the Pre-service Department, Faculty of Education.
SCIE 3P91 Science for Elementary School Teachers Focus on teaching the foundations of the science curriculum at the elementary level (grades 4-8). Selected issues in contemporary science education, as well as the application of computer software in the science classroom. Lectures, seminar, practicum, 3 hours per week. Restriction: open to BSc/BEd majors with a minimum of 9.0 overall credits. Note: co-ordinated through the Faculty of Education. School-based practicum is required. For additional information contact the Pre-service Department, Faculty of Education.