This short course prepares learners for success in their studies during the program. The course offers learners the opportunity to explore their own and others’ learning styles and to find ways of working together that are both productive and collegial. It also encourages learners to plan ahead, and develop effective study skills and patterns that will bring them success throughout the program.
This developmental mathematics course is intended to strengthen the skills of learners in preparation for the pre-calculus course. Topics include numerical arithmetic operations, rational numbers, roots, exponents, symbolic arithmetic operations, rational expressions, and linear equations.
This course focuses on university level competencies in reading, writing, listening and speaking. Students are required to write a summary or reflection paper, do an oral presentation, and participate in a debate. Emphasis is placed on citing sources accurately and avoiding plagiarism.
This is the first of a two-part General Chemistry course concerned with the fundamental principles of chemistry. Topics include matter, atoms, periodic table, compounds, chemical reactions, and reactions in aqueous solutions.
This course introduces learners to basic research knowledge and skills with the aim of preparing them to write a research paper. Learners are also introduced to the importance, and the process, of Evidence-Based Practice.
This is an introductory calculus course where understanding of concepts, rather than memorization, is emphasized. Topics include numbers and their properties; exponents, radicals, absolute value, inequalities; functions and their graphs; factoring; solving polynomial, rational and exponential equations; and trigonometric equations.
This is the first of a three-part systemic Human Anatomy & Physiology course. Topics include introduction to human body, tissue level of organization, integumentary system, skeletal system, and muscular system.
This course will be a calculus-based introduction to probability and statistics. Topics include sampling theory, random variables, the special distribution of statistical theory, and hypothesis testing
This course focuses on the fundamental principles of organic chemistry. Topics include molecular structure, functional groups, nomenclature and conformations, stereochemistry, mechanisms of organic reactions, alkanes, alkenes, alkynes, alcohols, and esthers.
This is an introductory course in the Fundamentals of Biochemistry. The basic structure, function, and metabolism of proteins and carbohydrates is discussed, as well as enzyme kinetics and alternative oxidative pathways.
This is the third of a three-part systemic Human Anatomy & Physiology course. Topics include respiratory system, digestive system, metabolism and nutrition, urinary system, fluid, electrolytes and acid-based balance and reproductive system.
This course examines the rights of patients and clients and the obligations of medical and other health care practitioners. Learners are introduced to the fundamentals of ethical theory and decision-making and examine the ways in which moral decisions are made in practice.