Courses

Course Weight: Course weight is presented at the end of the course code. A one-term course is denoted as 3.0 units, while a course spanning two terms (with some exceptions) is denoted as 6.0 units.

Disclaimer: We are currently in the process of finalizing our Fall 2015 and Winter 2016 course offerings. We expect that more courses will be added to our list, however we reserve the right to make changes. Your patience and understanding are greatly appreciated.

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Code / Number Title Discipline Term Credit Units
ANAT 100/3.0 Anatomy of the Human Body Anatomy Fall 2015 3.0
ARTH 250/3.0 Art, Society, and Culture Art History Fall 2015 3.0
BIOL 103/3.0 Introductory Biology of Organisms Biology Fall 2015 3.0
BIOL 110/3.0 Human Genetics and Evolution Biology Fall 2015 3.0
BIOL 319/3.0 Introduction to Ethnobotany Biology Fall 2015 3.0
DEVS 221/3.0 Topics in Aboriginal Studies Global Development Studies Fall 2015 3.0
DRAM 205/3.0 Theatre in the Age of Film and Television Drama Fall 2015 3.0
ECON 112/3.0 Introductory Macroeconomics Economics Fall 2015 3.0
ENGL 237/3.0 Children's Literature English Language and Literature Fall 2015 3.0
FILM 240/3.0 Media and Popular Culture Film and Media Fall 2015 3.0
FILM 300/3.0 Hollywood: The Dream Factory Film and Media Fall 2015 3.0
FREN P17/3.0 Communication et Culture II French Studies Fall 2015 3.0
GNDS 215/3.0 Introduction to Sexual and Gender Diversity Gender Studies Fall 2015 3.0
HIST 200/3.0 India and the World History Fall 2015 3.0
IDIS 290/3.0 Paris through Literature, Painting, Cinema and Photography Interdisciplinary Studies Fall 2015 3.0
LLCU 209/3.0 Rio de Janeiro: the Marvelous City Languages, Literatures and Cultures Fall 2015 3.0
MUSC 102/3.0 Western Music: Napoleon to 9/11 Music Fall 2015 3.0
PHAR 100/3.0 Introductory Pharmacology Pharmacology and Toxicology Fall 2015 3.0
PHAR 270/3.0 Fundamentals of Pharmacology and Therapeutics Pharmacology and Toxicology Fall 2015 3.0
PHIL 259/3.0 Critical Thinking Philosophy Fall 2015 3.0
PHYS P20/3.0 Physicists in the Nuclear Age Physics Fall 2015 3.0
PSYC 333/3.0 Human Sexuality Psychology Fall 2015 3.0
WRIT 125/3.0 Fundamentals of Academic Essay Writing Writing Fall 2015 3.0
WRIT 240/3.0 Writing for Social Media and the Web Writing Fall 2015 3.0
WRIT 250/3.0 Writing in Business Contexts Writing Fall 2015 3.0
WRIT 265/3.0 Editing in Academic and Professional Contexts Writing Fall 2015 3.0
ENGL 100/6.0 Introduction to Literary Study English Language and Literature Fall-Winter 2015-16 6.0
HIST 125/6.0 The Evolution of Modern Europe History Fall-Winter 2015-16 6.0
HIST 260/6.0 Canada from the Conquest to the Present History Fall-Winter 2015-16 6.0
MATH 121/6.0 Differential and Integral Calculus Mathematics Fall-Winter 2015-16 6.0
PSYC 100/6.0 Principles of Psychology Psychology Fall-Winter 2015-16 6.0
PSYC 235/6.0 Abnormal Psychology Psychology Fall-Winter 2015-16 6.0
RELS 131/6.0 World Religions/Religious Worlds Religious Studies Fall-Winter 2015-16 6.0
SOCY 122/6.0 Introduction to Sociology Sociology Fall-Winter 2015-16 6.0
BIOL 111/3.0 Ecology and the Environment Biology Not currently offered 3.0
DEVS 220/3.0 Introduction to Aboriginal Studies Global Development Studies Not currently offered 3.0
DEVS 240/3.0 Culture and Development Global Development Studies Not currently offered 3.0
ENGL 256/6.0 Shakespeare English Language and Literature Not currently offered 6.0
FILM 140/3.0 Design Thinking Film and Media Not currently offered 3.0
HIST 280/6.0 Gender in North American History History Not currently offered 6.0
HLTH 200/3.0 Physical Fitness and Wellness Health Studies Not currently offered 3.0
MICR 270/3.0 Infection, Immunity and Inflammation Microbiology & Immunology Not currently offered 3.0
PHIL 111/6.0 Great Works of Philosophy Philosophy Not currently offered 6.0
PHIL 240/3.0 Philosophy of Education Philosophy Not currently offered 3.0
ANAT 100/3.0 Anatomy of the Human Body Anatomy Summer 2015 3.0
ARTH 120/6.0 Art in the West from Antiquity to Modernity Art History Summer 2015 6.0
ASTR 101 /3.0 Astronomy I: The Solar System Physics Summer 2015 3.0
BIOL 102/3.0 Introductory Biology of Cells Biology Summer 2015 3.0
BIOL 103/3.0 Introductory Biology of Organisms Biology Summer 2015 3.0
BIOL 319/3.0 Introduction to Ethnobotany Biology Summer 2015 3.0
BIOL 321/3.0 Animal Behaviour Biology Summer 2015 3.0
CHEM 113/3.0 General Chemistry I Chemistry Summer 2015 3.0
CHEM 114/3.0 General Chemistry II Chemistry Summer 2015 3.0
CHEM 281/3.0 General Organic Chemistry I Chemistry Summer 2015 3.0
CHEM 285/3.0 General Organic Chemistry II Chemistry Summer 2015 3.0
CISC 101/3.0 Elements of Computing Science Computing Summer 2015 3.0
CISC 121/3.0 Introduction to Computing Science I Computing Summer 2015 3.0
CLST 205/3.0 Ancient Humour Classics Summer 2015 3.0
DEVS 100/6.0 Canada and the "Third World" Global Development Studies Summer 2015 6.0
ECON 111/3.0 Introductory Microeconomics Economics Summer 2015 3.0
ECON 223/3.0 Macroeconomic Policy Economics Summer 2015 3.0
ECON 243/3.0 The Economics of Health Care Economics Summer 2015 3.0
ENGL 100/6.0 Introduction to Literary Study English Language and Literature Summer 2015 6.0
ENGL 237/3.0 Children's Literature English Language and Literature Summer 2015 3.0
FILM 260/3.0 Digital Media Theory and Practice Film and Media Summer 2015 3.0
FREN P16/3.0 Communication et Culture I French Studies Summer 2015 3.0
FRST 105/3.0 Reading French French Studies Summer 2015 3.0
GNDS 125/3.0 Gender, Race, and Pop Culture Gender Studies Summer 2015 3.0
HIST 124/6.0 Canada in the World History Summer 2015 6.0
HIST 207/3.0 Global Indigenous Histories History Summer 2015 3.0
HIST 272/6.0 U.S., Colonial Era to Present History Summer 2015 6.0
HLTH 230/3.0 Basic Human Nutrition Health Studies Summer 2015 3.0
LAW 201/3.0 Introduction to Canadian Law Law Summer 2015 3.0
MATH 121/6.0 Differential and Integral Calculus Mathematics Summer 2015 6.0
MATH 232/3.0 Ordinary Differential Equations Mathematics Summer 2015 3.0
MTHE 225/3.5 Ordinary Differential Equations Mathematics Summer 2015 3.5
MUSC 171/3.0 The Social History of Popular Music Music Summer 2015 3.0
PHAR 100/3.0 Introductory Pharmacology Pharmacology and Toxicology Summer 2015 3.0
PHGY 210/6.0 Physiology for Health Sciences Physiology Summer 2015 6.0
PHYS 118/6.0 Basic Physics Physics Summer 2015 6.0
PSYC 100/6.0 Principles of Psychology Psychology Summer 2015 6.0
PSYC 235/6.0 Abnormal Psychology Psychology Summer 2015 6.0
PSYC 271/3.0 Brain and Behaviour I Psychology Summer 2015 3.0
PSYC 397/3.0 History of Modern Psychology Psychology Summer 2015 3.0
RELS 131/6.0 World Religions/Religious Worlds Religious Studies Summer 2015 6.0
SOCY 122/6.0 Introduction to Sociology Sociology Summer 2015 6.0
STAT 263/3.0 Introduction to Statistics Statistics Summer 2015 3.0
WRIT 120/3.0 Fundamentals of Effective Writing Writing Summer 2015 3.0
WRIT 125/3.0 Fundamentals of Academic Essay Writing Writing Summer 2015 3.0
WRIT 225/3.0 Writing in Academic Contexts Writing Summer 2015 3.0
ANAT 270/3.0 Human Anatomy and Morphology Anatomy Winter 2016 3.0
ARTH 354/3.0 The Age of Rembrandt Art History Winter 2016 3.0
BCHM 270/3.0 Biochemical Basis of Health & Disease Biochemistry Winter 2016 3.0
BIOL 102/3.0 Introductory Biology of Cells Biology Winter 2016 3.0
BIOL 330/3.0 Cell Biology Biology Winter 2016 3.0
CWRI 295/3.0 Creative Writing Creative Writing Winter 2016 3.0
DEVS 230/3.0 The Global Political Economy of Development Global Development Studies Winter 2016 3.0
DRAM 211/3.0 Dramatic Literature for Young Audiences Drama Winter 2016 3.0
ECON 111/3.0 Introductory Microeconomics Economics Winter 2016 3.0
ENGL 223/3.0 Selected Women Writers II English Language and Literature Winter 2016 3.0
ENGL 259/3.0 Global Shakespeare English Language and Literature Winter 2016 3.0
FILM 335/3.0 Culture and Technology Film and Media Winter 2016 3.0
FILM 340/3.0 Advertising and Consumer Culture Film and Media Winter 2016 3.0
FREN 118/3.0 Communication et Culture III French Studies Winter 2016 3.0
FREN 283/3.0 Le français des affaires I French Studies Winter 2016 3.0
GNDS 120/3.0 Women, Gender, Difference Gender Studies Winter 2016 3.0
GPHY 101/3.0 Human Geography Geography Winter 2016 3.0
HIST 214/3.0 Food in Global History History Winter 2016 3.0
HIST 252/3.0 Africa and the Modern World History Winter 2016 3.0
MUSC 289/3.0 World Musics Music Winter 2016 3.0
PHAR 100/3.0 Introductory Pharmacology Pharmacology and Toxicology Winter 2016 3.0
PHGY 170/3.0 Introduction to Physiology Physiology Winter 2016 3.0
PHIL 203/3.0 Science and Society Philosophy Winter 2016 3.0
PHYS P20/3.0 Physicists in the Nuclear Age Physics Winter 2016 3.0
PSYC 251/3.0 Developmental Psychology Psychology Winter 2016 3.0
PSYC 370/3.0 Brain and Behaviour II Psychology Winter 2016 3.0
STAT 263/3.0 Introduction to Statistics Statistics Winter 2016 3.0
WRIT 120/3.0 Fundamentals of Effective Writing Writing Winter 2016 3.0
WRIT 125/3.0 Fundamentals of Academic Essay Writing Writing Winter 2016 3.0
WRIT 225/3.0 Writing in Academic Contexts Writing Winter 2016 3.0
WRIT 290/3.0 Writing Literary Non-fiction Writing Winter 2016 3.0

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This web-based anatomy course is designed to introduce to students the basic structure and functional relationship...

Fall 2015
ANAT 100/3.0

An introduction to the social conditions and cultural movements that shaped European visual art of the nineteenth...

Fall 2015
ARTH 250/3.0
A painting by Édouard Manet, entitled the The Railway, courtesy of the National Gallery in Washington

An introduction to the basic themes and concepts of modern biology spanning organizational levels from organisms to...

Fall 2015
BIOL 103/3.0

Introductory genetics and evolutionary processes as they relate to the human condition - genetic diseases, medical...

Fall 2015
BIOL 110/3.0

Ethnobotany is the study of the relationships that exist between indigenous cultures and local flora. Case studies...

Fall 2015
BIOL 319/3.0

A re-evaluation of conventional knowledge based on aboriginal world view and culture and the introduction of a...

Fall 2015
DEVS 221/3.0

An exploration of theatricality and theatrical communication via an examination of how some major trends in theatre...

Fall 2015
DRAM 205/3.0

An introduction to macroeconomic analysis of the economy as a whole, including the determination of national income...

Fall 2015
ECON 112/3.0
macroeconomics

This online English course is a critical study of literature written for children or appropriated by adults for the...

Fall 2015
ENGL 237/3.0
train signage indicating platform number, nine and three quarters.

This course surveys a variety of popular media forms and genres (film, TV, radio, music, novels, magazines,...

Fall 2015
FILM 240/3.0
A social media logotype collection of well-known social network brand's printed on stickers and placed on modern computer keyboard.

Intermediate study in an area of classical Hollywood cinema, through a slection of representative films. Examines...

Fall 2015
FILM 300/3.0

This French course is aimed at students with a basic knowledge of French and is designed to supplement their...

Fall 2015
FREN P17/3.0

This course is an introduction to studies in sexuality and gender diversity. It will survey the field and include...

Fall 2015
GNDS 215/3.0

This course examines the history of India as a series of contacts with the rest of the world. Topics include Roman...

Fall 2015
HIST 200/3.0
image of the taj mahal, a white marble mausoleum located in Agra, Uttar Pradesh, India

Students will explore Paris through the different perspectives offered by writers, filmmakers, painters,...

Fall 2015
IDIS 290/3.0
Sunrise in Paris, with the Eiffel Tower

This course goes beyond the typical representations of Rio de Janeiro to provide an understanding of the complex...

Fall 2015
LLCU 209/3.0
Favela Rocinha. Rio De Janeiro. Brazil.

The history of Western art music from 1750 to the present. The course focuses on musical styles, genres, and...

Fall 2015
MUSC 102/3.0
old musical instruments, inlcuding a saxophone and paino, in retro design look

Topics covered include central nervous system stimulants and depressants, narcotics, alcohol, cardiovascular agents...

Fall 2015
PHAR 100/3.0
Closeup of different medical pills that vary in shape and color

This course introduces the basic principles and clinical applications of pharmacology. Topics covered include the...

Fall 2015
PHAR 270/3.0
Collage of four photos. Female doctor in surgical mask and method's elements of a medical treatment. Syringe for single use filled with a red liquid. Pills. Hand in glove for single use, holds a scalpel.

A discussion of the general principles of reasonable discourse, with a focus on persuasive and cogent writing...

Fall 2015
PHIL 259/3.0

For those interested in the impact of science on our century. Modern physics, especially nuclear physics, will be...

Fall 2015
PHYS P20/3.0
Digital illustration of an atom in blue and grey.

An overview of typical sexual behaviour and its variations. Topics include the history of sex research, the sexual...

Fall 2015
PSYC 333/3.0
Image of a human skull with the word "sex" occupying the part of the skull that houses the human brain.

A study of the basic principles of academic writing, including a series of assignments that emphasize logical...

Fall 2015
WRIT 125/3.0

Writing for Social Media and the Web introduces students to professional writing in the context of online...

Fall 2015
WRIT 240/3.0

A focus on the principles of business writing. Students analyze workplace contexts and identify writing strategies...

Fall 2015
WRIT 250/3.0
Image of business people hands working at meeting

This course introduces the levels of editing - substantive, stylistic, and copyediting - and how to apply these...

Fall 2015
WRIT 265/3.0

Introduction to literary study, with an emphasis on the formal analysis of a diverse range of poetry and prose....

Fall-Winter 2015-16
ENGL 100/6.0
Queen's Art Sci Online - Who is Frankenstein?

A survey of Western and Central Europe and Great Britain from about 1750 to 1950. The focus is on the revolutions...

Fall-Winter 2015-16
HIST 125/6.0

An introduction to some of the major themes in the social, cultural, economic and political history of Canada.

Fall-Winter 2015-16
HIST 260/6.0

Differentiation and integration with applications to biology, physics, chemistry, economics, and social sciences;...

Fall-Winter 2015-16
MATH 121/6.0
Queen's Art Sci Online - What is Calculus?

An introductory survey of basic areas of psychology including perception, cognition, learning and motivation and...

Fall-Winter 2015-16
PSYC 100/6.0
Queen's Art Sci Online - What is bystander apathy?

The experimental approach to the understanding, description and modification of abnormal behaviour is emphasized in...

Fall-Winter 2015-16
PSYC 235/6.0
Illustration of human head with the brain highlighted in pink.

Introduces religion in India, China and Japan; also the movements of Judaism, Christianity, Islam and Humanism.

Fall-Winter 2015-16
RELS 131/6.0

An introduction to the concepts, theories and methods of sociological enquiry, and their application to the analysis...

Fall-Winter 2015-16
SOCY 122/6.0

Introduces the basic concepts of ecology and shows how they relate to environmental issues such as population growth...

Not currently offered
BIOL 111/3.0

An introduction to Aboriginal...

Not currently offered
DEVS 220/3.0

Provides students with a broad...

Not currently offered
DEVS 240/3.0

A study of Shakespeare's plays in relation to the social, intellectual, and political climate of the Elizabethan and...

Not currently offered
ENGL 256/6.0

This course is an interdisciplinary introduction to basic concepts of design thinking as a creative process and...

Not currently offered
FILM 140/3.0
Image of a group of people surrounded by colorful, social communication documents

A survey of the history of gender in North America. Examines topics such as patriarchy and the unequal status of...

Not currently offered
HIST 280/6.0

An overview of principles of physical fitness and wellness with an emphasis on the planning and implementation of a...

Not currently offered
HLTH 200/3.0
Closeup photo of a woman's feet in running shoes walking on a treadmill at the gym

This course focuses on the biology of the immune system in combating infections caused by common pathogens as well...

Not currently offered
MICR 270/3.0
Cancer cell and lymphocytes

An introduction to philosophy through the examination of a number of classic philosophical works, with an evaluation...

Not currently offered
PHIL 111/6.0

An examination of key issues and texts in the philosophy of education. Possible topics include the nature and aims...

Not currently offered
PHIL 240/3.0
Vintage Photo in black and white of a Classroom And Teacher

This web-based anatomy course is designed to introduce to students the basic structure and functional relationship...

Summer 2015
ANAT 100/3.0

A survey of famous and lesser-known works of painting, sculpture, architecture, and other art forms from Antiquity,...

Summer 2015
ARTH 120/6.0
Vasari Fresco Brunescelli's Dome Duomo Basilica Cathedral Church Florence Italy Fresco done in the 1500s.

A non-mathematical introduction to the science of astronomy for non-specialist students. Topics to be covered...

Summer 2015
ASTR 101 /3.0
Image of Solar system with eight planets. Elements of this image furnished by NASA.

An introduction to the basic themes and concepts of modern biology spanning organizational levels from molecules to...

Summer 2015
BIOL 102/3.0

An introduction to the basic themes and concepts of modern biology spanning organizational levels from organisms to...

Summer 2015
BIOL 103/3.0
Photo of a jellyfish swimming in blue water

Ethnobotany is the study of the relationships that exist between indigenous cultures and local flora. Case studies...

Summer 2015
BIOL 319/3.0
Herbs, flowers and leaves hanging from a piece of string over a wooden background.

An evolutionary approach to the study of animal behaviour. This course explores processes and patterns in behaviour...

Summer 2015
BIOL 321/3.0
Image of two elephants touching each other gently as a form of greeting.

A quantitative treatment of chemical phenomena and materials. Critical thinking and problem solving are emphasized....

Summer 2015
CHEM 113/3.0
Image of periodic table of elements and laboratory tools.

A continuation from CHEM 113/3.0. A quantitative treatment of chemical phenomena and materials. Critical thinking...

Summer 2015
CHEM 114/3.0
Image of eight laboratory flasks containing liquid color.

An introduction to the basic principles of organic chemistry with emphasis on bonding, stereochemistry, reaction...

Summer 2015
CHEM 281/3.0

A continuation from CHEM 281...

Summer 2015
CHEM 285/3.0

Introduction to algorithms: their definition, design, coding, and execution on computers. Intended for students who...

Summer 2015
CISC 101/3.0
Close up of two hand typing on a computer keyboard.

Introduction to design and analysis of algorithms. Recursion, backtracking, and exits. Sequences, linked lists, and...

Summer 2015
CISC 121/3.0

This course explores the techniques by which humour was created in literature and the visual arts in antiquity. It...

Summer 2015
CLST 205/3.0
Image of a head scultpure of a woman smiling.

Introduces basic theoretical concepts of development studies, the history of global inequality, and short histories...

Summer 2015
DEVS 100/6.0
World map painted with watercolors on white background.

An introduction to microeconomic analysis of a...

Summer 2015
ECON 111/3.0
Background image made up of Canadian bank notes.

Current topics in macroeconomic policy which may include: unemployment and policies to reduce it, government budget...

Summer 2015
ECON 223/3.0
Closeup image of calculator, pen and documents.

An economic analysis of modern health care institutions, organizations, and markets, both generically and in the...

Summer 2015
ECON 243/3.0
Image of a stethoscope on the keyboard of a laptop.

Introduction to literary study, with an emphasis on the formal analysis of a diverse range of poetry and prose....

Summer 2015
ENGL 100/6.0
Image of a stack of old English books and a red apple placed near the books.

This online English course is a critical study of literature written for children or appropriated by adults for the...

Summer 2015
ENGL 237/3.0
train signage indicating platform number, nine and three quarters.

Survey of digital media theories and online mass communication practices, with emphasis on social and mobile...

Summer 2015
FILM 260/3.0
Closeup of a key on a computer keyboard with a blue image of two speech bubble icons inter-joined.

This French course is aimed at students with little or no knowledge of French and is designed to provide them with...

Summer 2015
FREN P16/3.0
Image of a historical building taken during sunset.

An online course for students with little or no previous knowledge of French. Students will begin by studying the...

Summer 2015
FRST 105/3.0
Image of a Breakfast in a Parisian street cafe - cup of coffee, croissant and book

Explores popular culture from feminist and anti-racist perspectives, with attention to sexuality, gender, race and...

Summer 2015
GNDS 125/3.0
Photograph of a female runner at the Olympics waving the South African flag.

An introduction to major themes and events in the history of Canada placed in a...

Summer 2015
HIST 124/6.0
Image of an opened old atlas book displaying a map

A survey of various historical case studies that will explore the causes, conflicts, and consequences that have...

Summer 2015
HIST 207/3.0

A survey of political, economic, and social developments in the United States from its colonial beginnings to the...

Summer 2015
HIST 272/6.0
Image of an American confederate flag

A study of macronutrients, selected micronutrients, energy needs for human performance, relationship of nutrient...

Summer 2015
HLTH 230/3.0
Image of a red apple and stethoscope on a wooden table background

...

Summer 2015
LAW 201/3.0
Photograph of Justice gavel on Law book with scales of Justice in the background.

Differentiation and integration with applications to biology, physics, chemistry, economics, and social sciences;...

Summer 2015
MATH 121/6.0
An image of a three dimensional cube with mathematical algorithms covering the cube

Introduction to ordinary differential equations and their applications to the natural and engineering sciences. ...

Summer 2015
MATH 232/3.0
Image of three dimensional rendering of a Lorenz Attractor fractal in orange on black background

Introduction to ordinary differential equations and their applications to the natural and engineering sciences. ...

Summer 2015
MTHE 225/3.5

A survey of important trends in 20th century Western popular music. Topics include genres, individual artists and...

Summer 2015
MUSC 171/3.0
Image of a silver microphone on golden background

Topics covered include central nervous system stimulants and depressants, narcotics, alcohol, cardiovascular agents...

Summer 2015
PHAR 100/3.0
Closeup of different medical pills that vary in shape and color

The function of organs, body systems and the integration of functions in the whole body.

Summer 2015
PHGY 210/6.0
Abstract image of human body in motion.

This is an algebra-based course dealing with basic Physics...

Summer 2015
PHYS 118/6.0
Image of an open book behind a grey background and mathematical formulas flowing upwards out of the book.

An introductory survey of basic areas of psychology including perception, cognition, learning and motivation and...

Summer 2015
PSYC 100/6.0
Illustration of a human brain highlighting the different use of the left and right sides

The experimental approach to the understanding, description and modification of abnormal behaviour is emphasized in...

Summer 2015
PSYC 235/6.0
Illustration of human head with the brain highlighted in pink.

An introduction to behavioural neuroscience. The course primarily focuses on the basics of neuronal operation,...

Summer 2015
PSYC 271/3.0
Sketch of the human brain with different colors for each of the six layers

A survey of the history of modern psychology, from the early 19th century to the close of the 20th. The more...

Summer 2015
PSYC 397/3.0

Introduces religion in India, China and Japan; also the movements of Judaism, Christianity, Islam and Humanism.

Summer 2015
RELS 131/6.0
Image of a bronze face statue of Jesus facing a bronze face statue of Buddha.

An introduction to the concepts, theories and methods of sociological enquiry, and their application to the analysis...

Summer 2015
SOCY 122/6.0

A basic course in statistical methods with the necessary probability included. Topics include probability models,...

Summer 2015
STAT 263/3.0
Image of statsictical charts and graphs on a table with tablet phone and pen

A focus on the principles and practical applications of effective writing. Students apply effective writing...

Summer 2015
WRIT 120/3.0
A student writing down notes in a notebook with a laptop and books in the background

A study of the basic principles of academic writing, including a series of assignments that emphasize logical...

Summer 2015
WRIT 125/3.0
Closeup photo of laptop, paper, pen and two hands

Offering modules on ten types of writing often encountered in various academic fields in university, this course...

Summer 2015
WRIT 225/3.0
Image of female hands holding a pen pointed towards a print out of an essay.

This course is designed to introduce the foundations of human structure and function to students at all levels of...

Winter 2016
ANAT 270/3.0
an illustration of the human torso exposing human organs

A detailed study of paintings produced in the Netherlands, ca. 1580-1700. Developments in style and the growth of...

Winter 2016
ARTH 354/3.0

This course will introduce general biochemical concepts that will allow for an understanding of the biological and...

Winter 2016
BCHM 270/3.0

An introduction to the basic themes and concepts of modern biology spanning organizational levels from molecules to...

Winter 2016
BIOL 102/3.0

An introduction to the cellular basis of biological variation. The course explores the control of cell function...

Winter 2016
BIOL 330/3.0
Illustration of a nerve cell on a colored background with light.

A practical examination of creative writing skills, focused on the writing workshop. The student may concentrate on...

Winter 2016
CWRI 295/3.0

Applying global political economy perspectives to key aspects of development finance. Topics include the...

Winter 2016
DEVS 230/3.0
Winter 2016
DRAM 211/3.0

An introduction to microeconomic analysis of a...

Winter 2016
ECON 111/3.0

A survey of women writers from after 1900. Geographical focus of course may vary from year to year. Focuses on...

Winter 2016
ENGL 223/3.0
Winter 2016
ENGL 259/3.0
William Shakespeare in period clothing tossing globe into air.
Winter 2016
FILM 335/3.0

Course reviews print, online, and television advertising strategies to understand the construction of consumer...

Winter 2016
FILM 340/3.0

 For students with four or five years of high school French or equivalent.

Winter 2016
FREN 118/3.0

 

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Winter 2016
FREN 283/3.0

This course explores women, gender, and difference from feminist and anti-racist perspectives. It identifies the...

Winter 2016
GNDS 120/3.0

The fundamentals of human geography including the meanings of place, the impacts of globalization, multiculturalism...

Winter 2016
GPHY 101/3.0
Planet earth and blue human eye - "Elements of this image furnished by NASA"

This course will attempt to study aspects of global history using food as a central theme.

Winter 2016
HIST 214/3.0

An examination of Africa's involvement in modern world history. Course covers material from the slave trade to the...

Winter 2016
HIST 252/3.0

An introduction to the study of music in culture, based on world music traditions. The course focuses on a selection...

Winter 2016
MUSC 289/3.0

Topics covered include central nervous system stimulants and depressants, narcotics, alcohol, cardiovascular agents...

Winter 2016
PHAR 100/3.0

An introduction to the study of human physiology, focusing on the clinical relevance of function of human body...

Winter 2016
PHGY 170/3.0
Winter 2016
PHIL 203/3.0

For those interested in the impact of science on our century. Modern physics, especially nuclear physics, will be...

Winter 2016
PHYS P20/3.0
Queen's Art Sci Online - Why is the sky dark at night?

Introduction to the scientific study of human development, with an emphasis on social, cognitive, and...

Winter 2016
PSYC 251/3.0

The relationship between brain and behaviour. The first part of the course examines topics relevant to brain...

Winter 2016
PSYC 370/3.0
Queen's Art Sci Online - What is fMRI?

A basic course in statistical methods with the necessary probability included. Topics include probability models,...

Winter 2016
STAT 263/3.0

A focus on the principles and practical applications of effective writing. Students apply effective writing...

Winter 2016
WRIT 120/3.0
A student writing down notes in a notebook with a laptop and books in the background

A study of the basic principles of academic writing, including a series of assignments that emphasize logical...

Winter 2016
WRIT 125/3.0

Offering modules on ten types of writing often encountered in various academic fields in university, this course...

Winter 2016
WRIT 225/3.0

A study of the essay as a literary form, including analysis of readings as well as a series of writing assignments....

Winter 2016
WRIT 290/3.0
Picture of fountain pen places on top of a sheet of paper.