Introduction to Condominium Law - W18 SEM
Delivered in partnership with ACMO, Association of Condominium Managers of Ontario, this course covers all aspects of the law and documents that govern condominiums, including Declarations, by-laws and rules. In addition, how and when to use lawyers and other professionals is also covered.
Digital Citizenship - W18 SEM
Digital citizenship is a new area of study that examines the ways in which we can engage in civic life through online communication. Through the use of case study, online exploration, and discussion you will examine the positive benefits and potential risk factors that affect us as digital citizens.
Social Media Marketing - W18 SEM
In this course you will be provided with a fundamental understanding of many of the different social media channels including the use of mobile apps and games for social media marketing. Once an understanding of the social media channels is established you will learn how to leverage the channels to engage audiences, and integrate with traditional media, in order to achieve marketing objectives.
Statics for Engineering Technology - W18 SEM
This course applies vector algebra and trigonometry to the analysis of statically determinate structures. Students will utilize Newtonian physics and mechanics of rigid bodies to apply the concepts of static equilibrium and free body diagram.
Introduction to Interior Decorating - W18 SEM
This course will cover the basic principles and elements of design, the importance of room decor, and the major categories of style types. We will review the types of career options in the field of design, the components of a professional portfolio, and client needs assessments.
Impact of Aviation on Canadian National Development - W18 SEM
Through a review of the history of Canadian aviation, students will learn about the impact that aviation has had on the development of Canada as a nation. This will be accomplished by examining the early years of aviation, Canada's military participation in and contribution to Allied aviation efforts during the wars of the 20th Century, and the influence of aviation in the development of the Canadian north.
Research Design Fundamentals - W18 SEM
In this course, students will address the fundamental question that every research analyst must face at the beginning of a project: How will I design my research? Students will examine the logic behind the critical decisions made when designing a research process and how these decisions align with overall project characteristics so that they are methodologically justifiable. To enable informed decisions, students will discuss the key factors that decisively shape the characteristics of the intended research.
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