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  1. 11.6 Academic Term 6 Courses
    In: Faculty of Engineering and Applied Science - 11 Course Descriptions
    examines control and instrumentation system components; transducers and signal processing circuits, linear variable differential transformers, power oscillators; electromechanical actuators, solenoids, power drives; A/D and D/A conversion, standard PC interfaces; real-time operating systems; design of discrete-time feedback controllers on a PC platform; system integration, control system tweaking and troubleshooting; programming soft-PLC's using IEC61131.

  2. 13.25.2 Contemporary Issues Courses
    In: Grenfell Campus - 13 Course Descriptions - 13.25 Psychology
    examines in depth one or more areas of research in learning and cognition. Topics may include associative learning, instrumental conditioning, discrimination learning, category formation, memory, navigation, social cognition and learning, intelligence, concepts of time and number, self-awareness and communication and language. ... 3627 ... PR: Psychology 2625 and Psychology 2925

  3. 15.29 Sociology
    In: Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences - 15 Course Descriptions
    Sociology of Time ... is a seminar class exploring the social construction of time. Questions addressed include: What do we make of the past, present, and future? What are the meanings of time-reckoning systems? What role do these systems serve? The course will also expose students to how different sociological lenses have been applied to the sociology of time through key studies in the field.

  4. 15.2 Archaeology
    In: Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences - 15 Course Descriptions
    are courses which may be offered from time to time as demand arises. They may involve readings, seminars and actual analysis of archaeological collections on, for example: The Neolithic of Western Asia; the Rise of Civilization in Western Asia Scandinavian Prehistory; Palaeoethnobotany; and Technology and Material Culture. ... is an examination of procedures and techniques used by Biological anthropologists and archaeologists to obtain data pertinent to investigations by law enforcement and medical authorities; evidence concerning the identification of human remains and the cause, time and manner of death.

  5. 12.10 Physics and Physical Oceanography
    In: Faculty of Science - 12 Course Descriptions
    is a continuation of PHYS 4850 that covers: density operators; unitary operators, including symmetry operations and the time-evolution operator; gauge transformations and Berry's phase; quantum mechanical entanglement; systems of identical particles. ... covers vector operations, coordinate transformations, derivative of vectors, Newton’s laws, differential equations, kinematics and dynamics of a particle, linear and quadratic air resistance, terminal velocity, momentum of a time varying mass, center of mass systems, angular momentum, moment of inertia, energy, work-energy theorem, forces as the gradient of potential energy, time dependent potential energy, curvilinear one-dimensional systems, energy of a multiparticle system, calculus of variations, and Lagrangian Dynamics.

  6. 11.8 Academic Term 8 Courses
    In: Faculty of Engineering and Applied Science - 11 Course Descriptions
    Real-time Operating Systems ... examines real-time process scheduling; memory and device management; I/O communications; real-time systems; operating system and hardware concurrency issues; kernel architectures; device drivers; and a survey of available real-time operating systems and embedded platforms.

  7. 12.4.2 Second Year Courses
    In: Faculty of Science - 12 Course Descriptions - 12.4 Computer Science
    continues from Object-Oriented Programming I, and studies object-oriented and event-driven programming. Additional topics include: recursion, basic analysis of algorithms, fundamental data structures such as simple linked structures and stacks, and fundamental computing algorithms such as binary search and quadratic time sorting. A brief overview of programming languages, virtual machines and language translations is also provided.

  8. 10 Course Descriptions
    In: Fisheries and Marine Institute
    provides the student with an understanding of the maritime industry as a global enterprise in the context of policy and governance. It will focus on the full range of the regulatory framework from the standpoint of the International Maritime Organization to the statutory regulations applicable to the Canadian maritime industry. ... will provide the opportunity for students to maintain technical currency through a review of recent advances in technology and their application to particular technical areas.

  9. 8.13.2 Courses
    In: School of Graduate Studies - 8 Regulations Governing the Degree of Master of Arts - 8.13 French
    A selection of the following graduate courses will be offered to meet candidates’ requirements, as far as the resources of the Department will allow. Individual courses, excluding French 6900, may be offered in accelerated format outside of the regular semester of session time frame when being delivered as part of the Summer Institute for French Teachers (SIFT):

  10. 12 Course Descriptions
    In: School of Human Kinetics and Recreation
    provides the student with an opportunity to develop the skills to become a competent practitioner utilizing the therapeutic recreation process, assessment, treatment planning, implementation/facilitation and evaluation. This practical experience will be carried out under the supervision of an approved Therapeutic Recreation professional. The internship will consist of 14-16 full-time consecutive weeks (35-40 hours per week for a minimum total of 560 hours). This course will normally be taken in the students’ last co-op work term placement or last semester of their degree program. This course will normally be taken in conjunction with the students’ last co-operative work term placement.

  11. 15.16 History
    In: Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences - 15 Course Descriptions
    introduces students to reading and writing skills required for success in university, including the analysis of scholarly literature and primary sources. Significant class time is spent on instruction in these skills. Students practice analytical reading and writing through class discussion and assignments on Canada. All sections of this course follow Critical Reading and Writing Course Guidelines available at www.mun.ca/hss/crw.

  12. 12.1 Biochemistry
    In: Faculty of Science - 12 Course Descriptions
    PR: to be determined at the time of offering ... PR: to be determined at the time of offering ... is a detailed and up-to-date treatment of the mechanisms of genetic regulation found in bacterial cells. The course will develop topics based on the evidence of bacterial genetics and modern molecular biological experiments. Topics may include: theory of mutations, RNA transcription, positive and negative regulation of transcription; regulation of protein synthesis; control of DNA replication; bacterial operons and regulons; developmental molecular biology in bacterial systems; and evolution and molecular biology of organelles.

  13. 13.4.1 Core Program Course Descriptions
    In: Grenfell Campus - 13 Course Descriptions - 13.4 Business
    introduces the concepts of financial management in Canadian capital markets. Focus will be on financial analysis and forecasting; working capital management; time value of money; and financing options. ... Financial Management I ... 3500 ... PR: Statistics 2500 ... CR: Business 3401, the former Business 5400 ... CR: Business 4500, the former Business 4110 ... explores and examines the venture creation process. Emphasis is on the critical role of the entrepreneur and the underlying attributes and norms guiding the steps in creating a new business venture. Students will have the opportunity to experience closely the entrepreneurial process, as well as gain the skills and competencies required in developing a viable business plan and negotiating for start-up financing.

  14. 15.27 Religious Studies
    In: Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences - 15 Course Descriptions
    Judaism at the Time of Jesus ... will explore the developments in Jewish thought, institutions, beliefs, and practices from the Babylonian Exile of the sixth century B.C.E. to the time of Jesus, King Herod and the Roman Empire of the first century C.E. ... (same as Folklore 4460) examines how established global religions and new forms of spirituality manifest themselves and are religion as it is "lived" on a daily basis in a variety of local contexts worldwide. It focuses primarily on forms of belief and spirituality that are informally expressed. Drawing upon various cultural contexts, the course addresses such notions as space and time; metaphysical powers; religious material culture, music, and verbal art; and the role and power of the holy person. All sections of this course follow International Studies guidelines available at www.mun.ca/hss/IS.

  15. 15.6 English
    In: Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences - 15 Course Descriptions
    is a full semester working with a selected play, to culminate in public performance. Students will be required to participate fully in all aspects of the production, except direction, which will be the responsibility of the instructor. ... PR: ENGL 2450, 2451 (or the former 3350, 3351) and 4400, and two of ENGL 4401 and Communication Studies 3816 (or the former ENGL 3816) and Communication Studies 4402, (or the former ENGL 4402) with an overall average of 75% in these courses. Restricted to students in the Diploma in Stage and Screen Technique. Admission is by application to the Program Coordinator, normally at least three months before the beginning of the placement, and is limited to students who at the time of admission have completed the six courses listed above with an overall average of at least 75% and who already hold a first degree or are in their final year of a degree program as confirmed by the Office of the Registrar.

  16. 15.3.2 Greek and Roman Studies
    In: Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences - 15 Course Descriptions - 15.3 Classics
    is an introduction to the applied technologies of the Greek and Roman cultures from ancient written sources and archaeological remains. It covers the time from the Late Bronze Age through the Late Roman Empire. Topics include machinery and gadgets, mass production, engineering, nautical technology, and labour. ... Sport and Athletics in Ancient Society ... will trace the evolution of athletics and other forms of recreation in Greece and Rome, with emphasis on their religious, cultural, and social importance. Topics will include sports in Homer, the concept of arete, the Olympic ‘ideal,’ gladiatorial contests, Greek athletics and the Roman Empire.

  17. 13.4.2 Business Electives Course Descriptions
    In: Grenfell Campus - 13 Course Descriptions - 13.4 Business
    offers students an opportunity to explore knowledge and practice skills that will enable them to professionally navigate many of the challenges in the workplace environment. Class participation forms a significant part of this course, and substantial amounts of classroom time will be devoted to role plays, case studies and group discussion. ... PR: BUSN 2250 or Business 2210 or the former Business 2201

  18. 12.11.2 Majors Courses
    In: Faculty of Science - 12 Course Descriptions - 12.11 Psychology
    LC: either three hours of lecture per week or a two-week field course that embodies equivalent instructional time ... 4500 ... PR: PSYC 3450 and admission to a Major in Psychology or Behavioural Neuroscience ... Selected Topics in Psychology I ... PR: two 3000-level majors courses (other than 3900) and admission to a Major in Psychology or Behavioural Neuroscience

  19. 17 Course Descriptions
    In: Faculty of Education
    is a second school field experience, integrated with coursework that is focused on inquiry into curriculum, teaching, and learning. Students spend two field days per week, in addition to one full week at the end of this Phase, for a total of 27 days. ... is a 50 day teaching and learning experience, spanning twelve weeks during Phase III. Students will gradually progress to assuming near full responsibility for all aspects of classroom teaching and learning. The experience is supported through integrated coursework designed to complement and enhance the field experience.

  20. 10.2 Core and Elective Course Descriptions
    In: Faculty of Business Administration - 10 Course Descriptions
    (formerly BUSI 7100) deals with the use of accounting data for decision making. Topics covered include: cost estimation, pricing, joint costs, advanced variance analysis, total quality management, just-in-time, decentralization, transfer pricing, performance evaluations, activity based accounting, and backflush costing. ... introduces appropriate methodology and theory for selecting, planning and managing projects. This includes the project portfolio selection, the initial creation of a plan in terms of the breakdown of the tasks, construction of the relationships and dependencies inherent in any plan, and controlling the execution of the activities according to the plan as the project proceeds. Emphasis will be placed on resource allocation, leveling and management, critical path analysis, risk analysis, accounting for uncertainties and time-cost trade offs. The role of the project manager and project team as well as issues related to multi-project management will also be addressed.


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