2021-2022 Undergraduate Calendar

Course Description  

 
Course Numbering  

3
P
40
departmental code
credit value
D1.50 credits (Teacher Education)
F1.00 credit
G1.00 credit
L2.00 credits
M1.00 credit (multiple topics)
N0.00 credit
P0.50 credit
Q0.50 credit
R0.50 credit
V0.50 credit (variable topics)
Y0.25 credit
Z5.00 credit
course year level*
1year 1
2year 2
3year 3
4year 4
5graduate studies
6PMPC
7Doctoral Studies; Concordia Seminary
8teacher education
9in-service

* courses numbered 2(alpha)90-2(alpha)99 may be used as either a year 2 credit or year 3 credit and courses numbered 3(alpha)90-3(alpha)99 may be used as either a year 3 credit or a year 4 credit. Normally, Undergraduate (UG) Fall and Winter .50 credit courses are 12 weeks in length; Fall/Winter 1.00 credit courses are 24 weeks in length; Spring UG .50 credit courses are either 5 or 10 weeks in length; Spring UG 1.00 credit courses are 10 weeks in length; Summer UG .50 credit courses are 5.5 weeks in length.
- 1.50 credit = 9 sem. hrs.
- 1.00 credit = 6 sem. hrs.
- 0.50 credit = 3 sem. hrs
- 0.25 credit = 1.25 sem. hrs.
 
Category Definitions for Primary Course Component  
Lecture Go to top of document
A large or small group educational talk delivered to students.  
Seminar Go to top of document
A seminar is a small-group learning activity that allows for the discussion and application of course concepts.  
Laboratory Go to top of document
Observe, test and apply course concepts in a controlled setting specialized for small-group learning (typically affiliated with specific technology and/or facilities).  
Field Course Go to top of document
Exploring academic content in a purposeful way outside the classroom through field trips and/or field-work within Canada. An in-class component may be scheduled on campus in advance of, and/or following, the field experience.  
International Field Experience Go to top of document
Exploring academic content in a purposeful way outside the classroom through short-term field trips and/or field -work outside of Canada. An in-class component may be scheduled on campus in advance of, and/or following, the field experience.  
Internship Go to top of document
Participation in discipline-specific, supervised, full-time work during the study period. A set number of hours/days/weeks may be required to be completed by the student. An internship supervisor (within the student's unit of study) as well as a workplace supervisor will typically be involved to lead the student through this learning experience.  
Practicum (Clinic) Go to top of document
Supervised, practice-based experience in employment related to the field of study.  
Project Go to top of document
Develop and complete a project as an independent study working individually or in small groups with a faculty member(s).  
Asynchronous Online (no time slot required) Go to top of document
Schedule: Fully Asynchronous | Location: Fully Online | Exam: Fully Online A fully online asynchronous course is delivered to learners via the Internet and does not require real-time communications. Asynchronous online courses have no required on-campus components, including assessments. The course will have a set start and finish date and set due dates for assessments (possibly including a scheduled final exam delivered online).  
Synchronous Online (time slot required) Go to top of document
Schedule: Fully Synchronous | Location: Fully Online | Exam: Fully Online A fully synchronous online course is delivered through web or video conferencing to facilitate real-time communications between the instructor at one site and students at a site of their choosing. These classes have regularly scheduled meeting times throughout the semester where students are expected to attend.  
Blended - Online Mixed (time slot required) Go to top of document
Schedule: Both Synchronous and Asynchronous | Exam: Fully Online A blended online course includes both asynchronous and synchronous elements delivered fully in an online environment. This course has no required on-campus components. The synchronous of the course requires real-time interactions with the course instructor, teaching assistants or lab demonstrators (e.g., attending an online seminar group discussion) for some components and some material is covered asynchronously (e.g., viewing pre-recorded lecture videos).  
Blended - Mixed Location (online and on campus) Go to top of document
Schedule: Both Synchronous and Asynchronous | Location: Online and On-Campus |Exam: Online or On-Campus Blended location delivery courses are those courses that include both online and on- campus course components. Typically 50%-80% of the total course delivery occurs on-campus while the online components may be synchronous or asynchronous. (e.g., students watch asynchronous online pre-recorded lectures and attend an on campus synchronous seminar)  
Hyflex Go to top of document
Schedule: Fully Synchronous | Location: Online or On-Campus | Exam: Online or On-Campus Hyflex courses are offered simultaneously in on-campus and online environment. On-campus registration may be limited. On-campus and online students should be intentionally integrated through online interactions and engagement with synchronous learning opportunities. Online students will not be required to attend campus for any component of the course, including assessments.  
Course Title Abbreviations  

ABED

Aboriginal Adult Education

ABTE

Aboriginal Teacher Education

ACTG

Accounting

ADED

Adult Education

ADMI

Co-op Work Terms, Goodman School of Business

ADST

Applied Disability Studies

AESL

Academic English as a Subsequent Language

APCO

Applied Computing

ARAB

Arabic

ASTR

Astronomy

BCHM

Biochemistry

BIOL

Biological Science

BMED

Biomedical Sciences

BPHY

Biophysics

BTEC

Biotechnology

BTGD

Game - Niagara College Courses

CANA

Canadian Studies

CHEM

Chemistry

CHYS

Child and Youth Studies

CLAS

Classics

COMM

Communication Studies

COSC

Computer Science

CPCF

Communication Popular Culture and Film

CRIMCritical Criminology

DART

Dramatic Arts

ECON

Economics

EDBE

Education- Teacher Education

EDUC

Education

ENCW

English & Creative Writing

ENGLEnglish

ENGS

Engineering Science

ENSU

Environmental Sustainability

ENTR

Entrepreneurship

ERSC

Earth Sciences

ESCI

Science

ETHC

Ethics

FILM

Film

FLICFilm Production

FNCE

Finance

FREN

French

GEOG

Geography

GERM

German

GREE

Greek

HIST

History

HLSC

Health Sciences

HUMA

Interdisciplinary Humanities

INDG

Indigenous Studies

IASC

Interactive Arts and Science

INTC

Intercultural Studies

ITAL

Italian

ITIS

Information Technology Information Systems

JAPA

Japanese

KINE

Kinesiology

LABR

Labour Studies

LATI

Latin

LING

Linguistics

MAND

Mandarin

MARS

Medieval and Renaissance Studies

MATH

Mathematics and Statistics

MGMT

Management

MKTG

Marketing

MLLCModern Languages, Literatures and Cultures

MUSI

Music

NEUR

Neuroscience

NUSC

Nursing

OBHR

Organizational Behaviour and Human Resources

OEVI

Oenology and Viticulture

OPER

Operations Management

PCUL

Popular Culture

PHIL

Philosophy

PHYS

Physics

PMPB

Professional Masters Preparation Business

POLI

Political Science

PORT

Portuguese

PSYC

Psychology

RECL

Recreation and Leisure Studies

RUSS

Russian

SCIE

Science

SOCI

Sociology

SPAN

Hispanic and Latin American Studies - Spanish

SPMA

Sport Management

STAC

Studies in Arts and Culture

SWAH

Swahili

TOUR

Tourism Studies

VISA

Visual Arts

WGST

Women's and Gender Studies

WRDS

Writing, Rhetoric and Discourse Studies

 
Last updated: May 13, 2021 @ 12:34PM