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ABT 020 Online Learner Success

This course is designed to introduce the learner to the skills necessary to be successful in the online learning environment. Students are encouraged to enroll in this course to find out if online learning is for them. This course is also the prerequisite or co-requisite for all other online Applied Business Technology courses. Details...

Location:
  • Distance Learning
ABT 100 Introductory Keyboarding

This introductory course is designed to promote effective keyboarding skills. Students learn to operate alphabetic, numeric and symbol keys by touch. Through skill building activities, students build keyboarding speed and accuracy. Details...

Location:
  • Comox Valley Campus
ABT 102 Keyboarding II

This course is designed to help students improve their keyboarding speed. The software program used for this course analyzes students' keyboarding techniques and prescribes practice that helps them to key faster. Details...

Location:
  • Comox Valley Campus
ABT 109 Human Relations for Career Success

This course concentrates on personal and professional skills needed by workers in today's workplace. These skills include self-examination and assessment, development of effective communication skills, interpersonal skills, client relations, teamwork, problem solving, and an understanding of business ethics. Details...

Location:
  • Distance Learning
ABT 111 Administrative Procedures

This course enables students to develop essential organizational skills and efficient office practices for today's dynamic offices. Topics include time management, safety and ergonomics, information resources, mail services, travel arrangements, meeting coordination, office technologies, telephone practices, appointment scheduling, and banking procedures. Details...

Location:
  • Distance Learning
ABT 120 Job Search

This course is designed to help students develop effective job search skills for today's competitive and changing job market. Topics include self-assessment, employability skills, networking, resumes, cover letters, applications, interviews, portfolios, and using the Internet for job search and career planning. Details...

Location:
  • Distance Learning
ABT 152 Integrated Project - Administrative

The simulation assists learners in extending their word processing, spreadsheet, database, desktop publishing and presentation software knowledge by completing a variety of practical, integrated projects. Learners will also develop decision-making, prioritizing, and other administrative skills. Details...

Location:
  • Distance Learning
ABT 186 Medical Terminology III - Pharmacology and Specialties

Medical Terminology III is a complete study of the construction of medical terms including root words, suffixes and prefixes relating to pharmacology and the specialties of oncology, radiology and nuclear medicine and psychiatry. Details...

Location:
  • Distance Learning
AED 019 Advanced Work Experience II

This course provides an opportunity for proficient students, designated by the program instructors, to practice the skills learned in their classes and to demonstrate them in a full-time work experience placement. Details...

Location:
  • Port Alberni Campus
BIO 060 Introducing Biology (College Preparatory Biology II)

An introduction to biological science containing similar material to that of BC Biology 12. This course covers scientific methods and principles, cell biology, comparative anatomy and physiology, and genetics. Details...

Location:
  • Comox Valley Campus
BIO 110 Concepts in Biology I (Inhabiting the Human Body)

This course, containing similar material to that of BC Biology 12 and meeting the same requirements of BIO 060, is designed for non-science majors who require a science elective, or science students without the necessary prerequisites for BIO 102/103 or BIO 160/161. Topics include an introduction to concepts in cell biology beginning with basic concepts in chemistry, cell structure, cell energetics, cell division and genetics. The last part of the course will focus on human anatomy and physiology. Throughout the course the connection between the topics covered and human health will be emphasized. Details...

Location:
  • Comox Valley Campus
BIO 160 Human Anatomy & Physiology I

This course is the first half of a comprehensive survey of human structure and functions. Topics include: biochemistry, cell biology, genetics, and the anatomy and physiology of the integumentary musculoskeletal, nervous and endocrine systems. An extensive laboratory component is included. Details...

Location:
  • Comox Valley Campus
BUS 100 Financial Accounting Fundamentals

This course presents a balanced and integrated introductory view of financial accounting. Students will be introduced to financial statement preparation procedures and techniques as well as to the fundamental analysis of financial statements for decision makers. The concepts and principles (Generally Accepted Accounting Principles) that link preparation and use are given explicit attention. Credit will only be granted for either BUS 100 or BUS 112. Details...

Location:
  • Comox Valley Campus
BUS 150 Administrative Principles

This course introduces students to the basic management functions of planning and decision-making, organizing resources, leading and motivating groups and individuals, and controlling worker output to maximize effectiveness and efficiency. Students learn about the importance of management to the success of all organizations. Details...

Location:
  • Comox Valley Campus
BUS 152 Entrepreneurship & Small Business Management

This course provides students with a broad range of basic business skills. Topics include business plan development, legal issues of business start-up and management, financing, marketing, and basic record keeping for a small business venture. Details...

Location:
  • Comox Valley Campus
BUS 350 Organizational Behaviour

This course examines behavioural concepts and tools developed to aid the manager in understanding the behaviour in organizations and improving organizational effectiveness. Topics include individual motivation, perception and communication, management roles, decision-making, group dynamics and teamwork, leadership, conflict resolution, and organizational structure, process, and culture. Details...

Location:
  • Comox Valley Campus
BUS 370 International Marketing

This course introduces students to international marketing concepts. They will learn to assess the dynamic environment of international markets and identify opportunities in various international market segments, including those of emerging markets. They will also learn about international marketing strategies and ways to create a marketing mix that supports business strategy. Finally, they will learn about negotiation and management strategies in the international context. Details...

Location:
  • Comox Valley Campus
BUS 380 Globalization and International Business

This course begins by examining the environment in which international business operates, including the causes and consequences of globalization. It then looks at how international business is actually conducted, with emphasis on international marketing by small and medium sized Canadian businesses. Topics include finding and servicing prospects in other countries, international payment options, exchange rate risk, and intellectual property issues. Details...

Location:
  • Comox Valley Campus
BUS 390 Directed Field Studies I

As the first of two field study courses in the Bachelor of Business Administration Program, the primary goal of this course is to give students an opportunity to apply theories and methods learned in the classroom to the analysis of actual business problems encountered within the context of a supervised related work placement. While employed, students will complete assigned readings, applied research assignments, and a work-related field study project carried out under the supervision of an academic advisor. Details...

Location:
  • Comox Valley Campus
BUS 490 Directed Field Studies II

This, the second of two directed field study courses, gives students an opportunity to further develop their professional skills in the workplace. After obtaining a suitable work placement, students will perform independent research and prepare a comprehensive report on one or more issues in their work environment. This report will be presented to both the academic advisor and employer. In addition, the student will be expected to attend seminars and to maintain a journal about the work experience. Details...

Location:
  • Comox Valley Campus
BUS 500 Internship - Applied Business

This course consists of one semester full or part-time, paid or unpaid employment in a position related to business management studies. Students will have the opportunity to apply theories and methods learned in the classroom to the analysis of actual business problems encountered in the workplace. They will also learn new skills to enhance their future employment success and/or to prepare them for further academic study. Details...

Location:
  • Comox Valley Campus
CHE 051 College Preparatory Chemistry I

This course is designed for students requiring an introductory chemistry course as a prerequisite for further chemistry studies or for entry into various technical or career programs. The material covered is similar to B.C. Chemistry 11 and the two courses can be regarded as equivalent for most purposes. Note: The distance course requires three 1-day lab sessions (all compulsory). Lab sessions for distance students will be held at selected locations. Students considering the distance option should check dates and locations for lab sessions. Details...

Location:
  • Comox Valley Campus
ENG 098 Essay Writing And Critical Reading

English 098 is designed to prepare students for the reading, writing, and critical thinking demands they will encounter in either the workplace, college programs or university-level courses. The course assists students to develop reading, research and reference skills and write effective sentences, paragraphs, and a variety of essays. A research essay or a research assignment will also be produced. They will also apply critical thinking skills to situations ranging from problem solving to media literacy. This course satisfies the requirements for English in the ABE Provincial Level Diploma Program. Credit will only be granted for either ENG 096 or ENG 098. Details...

Location:
  • Campbell River Campus
  • Comox Valley Campus
  • Port Alberni Campus
  • Port Hardy Campus
ENG 115 Essay Writing and Critical Analysis

ENG 115 involves the study of university level critical analysis and the production of expository and persuasive writing appropriate to university level discourse across the curriculum. A variety of rhetorical models are studied and practiced. Emphasis is placed on research, documentation and the writing of a research paper. Details...

Location:
  • Comox Valley Campus
  • Distance Learning
ENG 120 Introduction to Literature: Short Stories And the Novel

ENG 120 introduces the student to the short story and novel genres. The reading list will include a selection of works which are representative of fiction written over the last 100 years. As well, students will be introduced to basic literary theory through critical essays that focus on writers and their craft. Although the course includes a review of essay-writing strategies, it is assumed that students will have the writing and research skills necessary to produce their own critical essays based on the works they have read. Details...

Location:
  • Comox Valley Campus
ENG 160 Effective Organizational Writing

English 160 is an applied writing course which recognizes the increasing importance of effective writing, speaking, reading and listening in the workplace. This course focuses on the study and application of the theories and principles of effective business communication. Details...

Location:
  • Comox Valley Campus
ENR 110 Introduction to Engineering Design

As part of a complete first-year transfer into UVic's Faculty of Engineering, this course will cover introductory principles of engineering design concepts through practical projects to be undertaken by teams of students. The projects and exercises will give students experience with the entire design process, from needs-assessment to final testing and documentation. The final project will involve design, construction and programming of an autonomous robot to perform an assigned task. Details...

Location:
  • Comox Valley Campus
ESL 003 Pre Intermediate Reading & Writing

ESL 003 is a multi-level pre-intermediate reading and writing course for students at the Literacy through High Beginner levels (Literacy to Canadian Language Benchmarks 3). ESL 003 is intended to complement ESL 008 ((Pre-intermediate Listening & Speaking), although it can be taken independently. The focus of this course is to increase students' ability to read and write a variety of materials in informal, predictable contexts. Students will improve their spelling, basic vocabulary, grammar and sentence skills in order to write 3-5 sentence paragraphs on familiar topics and accomplish simple, real-life writing tasks such as filling out short forms or writing personal notes and letters. Details...

Location:
  • Comox Valley Campus
ESL 008 Pre-Intermediate Listening & Speaking

ESL 008 is a multi-level pre-intermediate integrated skills course with a focus on listening and speaking. This course is for students at the Literacy through High Beginner levels (Literacy to Canadian Language Benchmarks 3). ESL 008 is intended to complement ESL 003 (Pre-intermediate Reading & Writing), although it can be taken independently. The focus of this course is to enable students to understand short informal dialogues, instructions or phone conversations on basic, everyday topics. Students will improve their speaking skills so they can engage in simple conversations in routine situations and discuss familiar everyday topics when the context is clear and predictable. Details...

Location:
  • Comox Valley Campus
ESL 031 Intermediate Reading & Writing 1

ESL 031 is a lower intermediate reading and writing course (Canadian Benchmark 4-5). It continues from ESL 003 or ESA 030. It is intended to complement 034, although it can be taken independently. The focus of the course is to give the student the ability to read and write a variety of materials in informal, predictable settings. This includes reading such as graded readers at the elementary level, pamphlets and brochures, questionnaires, and news articles at the appropriate level. Students will learn to read for pleasure and information, while increasing vocabulary and written skills. Students will also develop skills to write a basic paragraph and personal letters. Details...

Location:
  • Comox Valley Campus
ESL 032 Intermediate Reading & Writing 2

ESL 032 is an intermediate reading and writing course (Canadian Benchmark 5-6) continuing from ESL 031. It is intended to complement 035, although it can be taken independently. The focus of the course is to give the student the ability to read and write a wide selection of materials in formal and informal situations, inside and outside the class. This may include readings such as graded readers, essays, graphs and charts, and news articles at the appropriate level. Students will learn to read for pleasure and information while increasing vocabulary and reading skills. Students will also develop skills to write a well developed paragraph, take notes and write business letters. Details...

Location:
  • Comox Valley Campus
ESL 034 Intermediate Listening & Speaking 1

ESL 034 is a lower intermediate listening and speaking course (Canadian Language Benchmarks 4- 5). It is intended to complement ESL 031, the focus of which is reading, writing and grammar. The course is designed for students exiting from ESA 030 or ESL 008. Listening skills progress from understanding the gist to starting to comprehend key words and details in extended exchanges or spoken texts. Speaking skills focus on participating in a variety of complex activities or situations involving multiple purposes and participants (e.g. group work, discussions and debates), and participating outside ESL classes in informal, predictable social contacts. The course concentrates on the process of communication and stresses the importance of communicative strategies and the functional use of English. It provides learners with functional phrases that they can incorporate into their active language as they interact with their classmates in pair or group work, as well as outside the classroom in daily life. Themes are relevant to the learners' personal experience, like family life and adjusting to a new country, as well as to present classroom experience, such as study skills. Details...

Location:
  • Comox Valley Campus
ESL 035 Intermediate Listening & Speaking 2

ESL 035 is an intermediate listening and speaking course (Canadian Language Benchmarks 6), continuing on from ESL 034 and intended to complement ESL 032, although it can be taken independently if reading and writing is not a perceived student need or if the student has time constraints. The focus of the course is the comprehension of key words and details in extended exchanges or spoken texts as well as participation in a variety of complex activities or situations involving multiple purposes and participants (e.g. group work, discussions, debates) in the classroom and in informal, predictable social contacts outside the ESL class. The course concentrates on the process of communication and stresses the importance of communicative strategies and the functional use of English. It provides learners with functional phrases that they can incorporate into their active language as they interact with their classmates in pair or group work, as well as outside the classroom in daily life. Themes are relevant to the learners' personal lives as well as reflective of broader issues, such as communication, health and fitness, media, advertising and the environment. Details...

Location:
  • Comox Valley Campus
ESL 037 Intermediate Grammar 1

ESL 037 is a lower intermediate grammar course (Canadian Benchmark 4-5). It continues from ESL 003 or ESA 030. It is intended to complement ESL 031 and 034, although it can be taken independently. The focus of the course is to give the student the ability to identify and apply the rules of grammar to a variety of both spoken and written communications in informal and predictable settings. Details...

Location:
  • Comox Valley Campus
ESL 038 Intermediate Grammar 2

ESL 038 is an intermediate grammar course (Canadian Benchmark 5-6) continuing from ESL 037. It is intended to complement ESL 032 and ESL 035 although it can be taken independently. The focus of the course is to increase the student's knowledge of grammatical rules so that they may be applied to a variety of spoken and written communications in both formal and informal predictable settings. Details...

Location:
  • Comox Valley Campus
ESL 042 IELTS Prep Course- Reading & Writing

IELTS Preparation consists of two concurrent multi-level courses intended to help students familiarize themselves with the IELTS exam. This course focuses on the Reading and Writing skills. The courses are designed for students working at the high intermediate level of English and beyond. This course focuses on the format of the exam, and gives students practice in all of the papers, building confidence and uncovering strategies for success in the Reading and Writing. Although these courses are not recommended for general English improvement, students will additionally work on vocabulary, grammar and pronunciation development as they apply to the exam. Details...

Location:
  • Comox Valley Campus
ESL 043 IELTS Prep Course- Listening & Speaking

IELTS Preparation consists of two concurrent multi-level courses intended to help students familiarize themselves with the IELTS exam. This course focuses on the Listening and Speaking skills. The courses are designed for students working at the high intermediate level of English and beyond. This course focuses on the format of the exam, and gives students practice in all of the papers, building confidence and uncovering strategies for success in the Listening and Speaking papers. Although these courses are not recommended for general English improvement, students will additionally work on vocabulary, grammar and pronunciation development as they apply to the exam. Details...

Location:
  • Comox Valley Campus
ESL 051 Advanced Writing & Reading 1

This highly interactive writing and reading course(Canadian Language Benchmarks 7) is of interest to students who wish to refine their writing and reading skills and/or prepare for further education and training. Students will develop their ability to clearly communicate in a variety of academic and non-academic contexts. To help develop effective written expression, students will study points of sentence structure, grammar, punctuation, style, and usage. Special emphasis being given to areas of particular difficulty for ESL students. Reading, vocabulary, and academic skills will be developed through the study of authentic readings and focussed vocabulary work, while speaking skills will be promoted through discussions and presentations. Details...

Location:
  • Comox Valley Campus
ESL 052 Advanced Writing & Reading 2

This is a continuation of ESL 051. Writing will begin with a review of the paragraph, moving quickly into essays. The focus will be on academic English. Details...

Location:
  • Comox Valley Campus
ESL 054 Advanced Listening & Speaking 1

ESL 054 is a lower advanced speaking and listening course (Canadian Language Benchmark 7) and is intended to complement ESL 051. ESL 054 is intended to improve students' overall communication skills. Besides increasing their fluency in English, students will develop higher-level listening and communication strategies as well as critical \thinking and note-taking skills. Students will learn to comprehend authentic language from a variety of contexts, including short lectures. They will learn effective use of a variety of language structures and will increase their vocabulary skills and use of idiomatic language. Students will be expected to participate in class discussions and give oral presentations. They will also improve their pronunciation by learning and practicing the sound, rhythm and stress patterns of English. In addition, students will use basic computer and internet skills for informal research and communication. Details...

Location:
  • Comox Valley Campus
ESL 055 Advanced Listening & Speaking 2

ESL 055 is an advanced speaking and listening course (Canadian Language Benchmark 8) and is intended to complement ESL 052. ESL 055 is intended to further improve students' overall communication skills. Besides increasing their fluency in English, students will develop higher-level listening and communication strategies as well as critical thinking and note-taking skills. Students will learn to comprehend authentic language from a variety of contexts, including short lectures. They will learn effective use of a variety of language structures and will increase their vocabulary skills and use of idiomatic language. Students will be expected to participate in class discussions and give formal oral presentations. They will also improve their pronunciation of the sound, rhythm and stress patterns of English. In addition, students will use basic computer and Internet skills for communication and informal and formal research. Details...

Location:
  • Comox Valley Campus
ESL 057 Advanced Grammar 1

The primary focus of this course is the development of grammatical accuracy in written and spoken communication. The following will facilitate the development of effective expression: grammar structure, meaning and usage. Special emphasis will be given to areas of difficulty for ESL students. In addition, speaking and listening skills will be furthered through communicative drills, discussions, and presentations. Details...

Location:
  • Comox Valley Campus
ESL 058 Advanced Grammar 2

The primary focus of this course is the development of grammatical accuracy in written and spoken communication. The following will facilitate the development of effective expression: grammar structure, meaning and usage. Special emphasis will be given to areas of difficulty for ESL students. Students will use particular grammar structures to write paragraphs. In addition, speaking and listening skills will be furthered through communicative drills, discussions, and presentation. Details...

Location:
  • Comox Valley Campus
ESL 073 Directed English Language Studies 3

This course is a seminar/ workshop that develops and deepens students' English language skills through personalized, directed language instruction/ learning. Students work on and develop the language and academic skills that are essential for their success. The course is intended for students who have learned or are learning English as an additional language. Details...

Location:
  • Comox Valley Campus
ESL 089 University & College Preparatory Reading

ESL 089 is a college preparatory level course designed to give students the reading and vocabulary skills required to function at the college/university level. It is of interest to students who can already communicate comfortably in English and wish to develop their reading skills and vocabulary to the level required for entry into college and university courses. ESL 089 focuses on the development of reading and vocabulary strategies that will enable students to read and understand a wide variety of complex college-level texts written in a number of different forms and styles. Details...

Location:
  • Comox Valley Campus
ESL 090 University & College Preparatory Writing

ESL 090 is designed to prepare students for college/university level writing and communication. ESL 090 is equivalent to ENG 098 and meets the English prerequisite requirements of the majority of College and University Transfer programs. ESL 090 is of interest to students who can already communicate comfortably in English but who need to enhance and refine their writing and reading skills in English to the level required for entry into college or university courses. ESL 090 focuses on the development of sentence skills, on paragraph and summary writing, and on methods of essay and report development. In addition, emphasis will be placed on the development of higher level reading and vocabulary skills, while oral/aural skills will be addressed through listening, note taking, discussions, presentations and debates. Points of grammar, syntax, style and usage particular to ESL learners at the college entrance level will be given special attention. Details...

Location:
  • Comox Valley Campus
IMG 220 Introduction to Social Media

The adoption of social media by both individuals and organizations has triggered a shift in marketing practices globally. This introductory course will present current channels, tools and technologies that are used in social media. It will look at marketing, monetization, strategies, monitoring, metrics and governance. This course aims to provide students with the knowledge and skills to effectively explore the opportunities and challenges associated with the use of social media channels and platforms - including those associated with enriched business communication, marketing strategies, and enhanced brand experience. Details...

Location:
  • Comox Valley Campus
MAT 017 Fundamental Math Level 1

This is a self-paced course that teaches the number system, addition and, subtraction of whole numbers, estimations, time, and shapes. Details...

Location:
  • Campbell River Campus
  • Comox Valley Campus
MAT 018 Fundamental Math Level 2

This is a self-paced course that teaches the number system and how to add, subtract, and multiply. Students also learn how to make change, tell time, add and subtract units of time, and how to find the perimeter of square and rectangles. Details...

Location:
  • Campbell River Campus
  • Comox Valley Campus
MAT 019 Fundamental Math Level 3

This is a self-paced course that teaches students how to multiply and divide. Students also learn how to make change, and convert units of time by adding and subtracting. They are also introduced to the metric system and learn how to measure length, volume, and mass, as well as how to figure out the area of rectangles and squares. Details...

Location:
  • Campbell River Campus
  • Comox Valley Campus
MAT 027 Fundamental Math Level 4

This is a self-paced course that teaches how to add, subtract, multiply, and divide decimals, as well as how to use decimals in real life. Students also learn the metric system. Details...

Location:
  • Campbell River Campus
  • Comox Valley Campus
MAT 028 Fundamental Math Level 5

This is a self-paced course that teaches students common fractions and decimals, equivalent fractions, and how to multiply, divide, add, and subtract fractions. Details...

Location:
  • Campbell River Campus
  • Comox Valley Campus
MAT 029 Fundamental Math Level 6

This is a self-paced course that teaches students the basics of ratios, rates & proportion, percents, and introductory statistics. Details...

Location:
  • Campbell River Campus
  • Comox Valley Campus
MAT 033 Intermediate Mathematics I

Intermediate Mathematics I is the first of a two course series. Completion of the two parts meets the requirements for the Intermediate Level ABE program. MAT 033 consists of six modules, which cover Arithmetic and Estimation, Signed (Rational) numbers, Ratio and Proportion, Percent, Measurement and Perimeter, Area and Volume within six modules. Details...

Location:
  • Campbell River Campus
  • Comox Valley Campus
MAT 034 Intermediate Mathematics II

Intermediate Mathematics II is the second of a two course series. Completion of the two parts meets the requirements for the Intermediate Level ABE program. MAT 034 consists of Polynomials, Factoring, Equations, Linear Equations and Graphing; Powers, Roots, and Scientific Notations; Trigonometery. Details...

Location:
  • Campbell River Campus
  • Comox Valley Campus
MAT 053 Advanced Mathematics

Effective September 2015. Advanced Mathematics is the equivalent of B.C. Ministry of Education Principles of Mathematics 11. The content of MAT 053 includes: real numbers, algebraic expressions, equations, polynomials, rational and radical expressions and relations, quadratic equations and trigonometry(functions and solving right and oblique triangles). Details...

Location:
  • Campbell River Campus
  • Comox Valley Campus
MAT 060 Provincial Abe Mathematics

Effective September 2015. This course is designed for the student requiring BC Algebra 12 or ABE Provincial level mathematics for entry to academic, technical and vocational programs. The content of MAT 060 covers a variety of topics. The mandatory topics include: functions and graphs; polynomial and rational functions; exponential and logarithmic functions; trigonometric functions; and sequences and series. Other topics may be included if time permits. Details...

Location:
  • Campbell River Campus
  • Comox Valley Campus
MAT 115 Introduction to Statistics

This course introduces the basic concepts and techniques of descriptive and inferential statistics. It is designed to help students develop a working knowledge of statistics, as well as an awareness of the practical applications of statistics in such diverse fields such as the biological and social sciences, business and engineering. Topics include: descriptive statistics, probability distributions, estimation, hypothesis testing, and bivariate analysis. Details...

Location:
  • Comox Valley Campus
PSY 131 Introductory Psychology II

Course covers critical thinking, intelligence, motivation and emotion, personality, psychological disorders and treatment and social psychology. Details...

Location:
  • Comox Valley Campus
SOC 111 Introduction to Sociology II

SOC 111 is the second course in a full 1st-year university level introductory sociology course. It addresses specific social institutions such as the family and education, work and politics as well as social problems such as social change and inequality. The course is based on a critical evaluation of the major institutions of modern capitalism. Details...

Location:
  • Distance Learning
THM 197 Co-operative Ed Internship Work Term

This course gives students an opportunity to apply and extend academic knowledge and practical skills while employed with qualified co-op employers. The full-time five-month work experience is facilitated and supervised by the College and includes assignments, based on career development and the work experience, to meet individual educational goals and objectives. Students must complete Co-Operative Education Pre-Employment Seminar (EMP-100) in the Fall term as a prerequistie to this course which is scheduled in the spring term. Details...

Location:
  • Comox Valley Campus