2007-2008 Undergraduate Calendar

Faculty Structure  
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Faculty of Applied Health Sciences Dean, John T. Corlett, BSc Brock, MSc, PhD Simon Fraser Associate Dean, Anna H. Lathrop, BPhEd Brock, MA Western Ontario, EdD Toronto Associate Dean, Michael L. Plyley, BSc, PhD Western Ontario Community Health Sciences (Biomedical Sciences, Child Health, Community Health and Health Sciences) Nursing Physical Education and Kinesiology Recreation and Leisure Studies Sport Management Faculty of Business Dean, Martin I. Kusy, BComm Sir George Williams, MBA Windsor, PhD British Columbia Associate Dean, Donald A. Cyr, Concordia, MBA Saskatchewan, MA, PhD Alberta Associate Dean, Barbara J. Sainty, BAdmin Regina, MA, PhD Ohio State, CA, CMA Accounting Finance, Operations and Information Systems Organizational Behaviour, Human Resource Management, Entrepreneurship and Ethics Marketing, International Business and Strategy Faculty of Education Dean, James L. Heap, BA California, Santa Barbara, MA British Columbia, PhD British Columbia Associate Dean, Rodger J. Beatty, AMus Western Ontario, BMus Western, BEd Toronto, MEd Queen's, EdD OISE/University of Toronto Adult Education and Community Outreach Concurrent Education Programs Continuing Teacher Education Graduate and Undergraduate Studies in Education Pre-Service Education Tecumseh Centre for Aboriginal
Research and Education Faculty of Graduate Studies Dean, Marilyn Rose, BA McMaster, MA Concordia, PhD McMaster Faculty of Humanities Dean, Rosemary Hale, BA Kent State, MA Eastern Michigan, MTS, PhD Harvard Associate Dean, Corrado J. A. Federici BA, MA, PhD Toronto Applied Linguistics Canadian Studies Classics Dramatic Arts English Language and Literature Modern Languages, Literatures and Cultures (French, German, Italian and Spanish) Great Books/Liberal Studies History Interactive Arts and Science Intercultural Studies Medieval and Renaissance Studies Music Philosophy Studies in Arts and Culture Visual Arts Faculty of Mathematics and Science Dean, Ian D. Brindle, BSc Manchester, MSc Brock, FRSC (UK) Associate Dean, Gregory C. Finn, BSc Queen's, MSc Western Ontario, PhD Memorial Biochemistry Biological Sciences Biophysics Biotechnology Chemistry Computer Science Computing and Business Computing and Network Communications Computing and Solid-State Device Technology Earth Sciences Mathematics Neuroscience Oenology and Viticulture Physics Science Faculty of Social Sciences Dean: David T. Siegel, BSc Louisville,MA Carleton, PhD Toronto Associate Dean, David DiBattista, AB Brown, MA, PhD Waterloo Business Economics Child and Youth Studies Communications, Popular Culture and Film Economics Geography International Political Economy Labour Studies Political Science Psychology Sociology Tourism and Environment Women's Studies II. Affiliated College President, Roger J. Humann BA, MDiv, STM, Concordia, Fort Wayne, DD Honoris causa Concordia Lutheran Theological Seminary, an affiliated college of the University, prepares students for the Master of Divinity (four-year program) and Master of Theological Studies (two year program) degrees. All degrees are granted by the University. The seminary is operated by the Lutheran Church - Canada and is an Associate Member of the Association of Theological Schools in the United States and Canada. III. Continuing Education Director, Tom Arkell, Community Services Lifelong learning has become a way of life. As a partner in the Niagara Region, Continuing Education is committed to providing lifelong learning opportunities for individuals of all ages and backgrounds. Continuing Education's non-credit courses, offered through the Learning and Leisure Guide, provide opportunities for both personal enrichment and professional development. Courses are offered in the areas of art, music, history, law, horticulture, languages, literature, cultural explorations, travel adventures and many more. The department offers year-round programming in three distinct terms. Courses appeal to those seeking to maintain purpose and meaning in their lives, enhance their careers, improve their health and relationships, meet new and exciting people, and connect more productively with their communities.
Last updated: June 15, 2007 @ 11:44AM