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Using the programming skills acquired in CPSC 123 students will explore techniques for the effective solution of sophisticated problems. Topics presented include stacks, recursion, lists, pointers, queues, trees, sorting and searching and an introduction to the analysis of algorithms. (3,3,0)

Credits:
3.0

This course provides science and engineering students with an introduction to structured Fortran programming. Topics presented include data types, subroutines and functions, looping statements, conditional statements, format statements, common blocks and file input and output. The emphasis in this course will be placed upon applying structured...

Credits:
3.0

This integrated lecture/lab course focuses on the utility of the most common software applications in capturing, processing and presenting data. Software packages include databases, spreadsheets, graphing programs, word processing and presentation software. All classes will be held in the computer lab and will cover topics that pertain to both...

Credits:
3.0

Computers are increasingly becoming a pervasive part of daily life in personal, work and educational situations. Computer skills are introduced at the fundamental level to helps students gain the confidence to perform basic computer operations. This course consists of four modules: Keyboarding, Basic Knowledge of Computers, Word Processing, and...

This course focuses on the uses of the computer and internet to facilitate the career of an emerging First Nation artist. The course consists of nine modules: keyboarding, ergonomics, basic knowledge of computers, word processing, email, photo editing, copyright, web site development and the internet. Students will be taught through instructor...

The goal of this course is to introduce students to the use of the computer as a tool so that they will become more comfortable using it for assignments etc., and to prepare them for further studies at the Advanced Level. 

Computers are increasingly becoming a pervasive part of daily life in personal, work and educational situations.  Computer skills are introduced at the fundamental level to help students gain the confidence to perform basic computer operations. This course consists of four modules: Keyboarding, Basic Knowledge of Computers, Word Processing, and...

Credits:
2.0

Artist Computer Studies 031 presents a more in depth exposure to topics introduced in Artist Computer Studies 021. This course continues to focus on the uses of the computer and internet to facilitate the career of an emerging first nation artist. The course  consists of seven modules: operating systems, word processing, email, photo editing,...

This course provides an introduction to computers. Topics include touch typing, microcomputer care, computer applications using Microsoft Works (word processing, data base management, spreadsheets, graphing, and computer communications), and computer operations. This course includes a laboratory component.

Credits:
3.0

The goal of this course is to introduce students to the use of computers as a tool so that they will become more comfortable using it for assignments and projects, and to  prepare them for further studies at the Advanced Level.

The Computer Studies 050 course is an option for the CCP Provincial Level Certificate. This is a computer studies application course that will help students develop problem solving and critical thinking skills using computer application software. Students will develop Desktop Publishing and Internet Skills, including creating web pages. ...

The Computer Studies 055 course is an option for the CCP Provincial Level Certificate. This is a computer studies application course that will help students develop problem solving and critical thinking skills while learning about both current and emerging online technologies. Students will participate in projects to evaluate crowd-sourcing...

Credits:
3.0

Discover how easy and effective classroom centers can really be! In this course, you’ll learn how to create and implement activities that boost independent learning in the classroom. You’ll see what makes a truly successful center, get a warning about pitfalls to avoid, and gain tips for keeping your planning time to a minimum.The course also...

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Learners will devise a realistic employment plan for themselves with clearly stated and achievable preliminary and intermediate goals.

This course provides an introduction to the exciting, popular, and growing field of criminology. In it, we explore the nature and extent of crime, criminal victimization, a variety of explanations for criminal behaviour (e.g. biological, psychological, and social theories), as well as a number of specific crimes (e.g. violent crime, property...

Credits:
3.0

This course explores biosocial and psychological explanations of criminal behavior (e.g. neurophysiological, psychodynamic, behavioral, cognitive), as well as developmental theories and situational dynamics.  Several types of crimes, including violent (e.g. murder, serial murder, sexual assault), property (e.g. theft, break and enter), and...

Credits:
3.0

A variety of types of crime and deviance (e.g. sexual deviance, residential school abuse, mental illness, state-corporate crime) will be explored using mainstream and critical sociological perspectives. This will include both why society chooses to define some behaviour and acts as deviant and others as normal as well as the causes of deviant...

Credits:
3.0

This course provides an introduction to criminal justice. We ask several key questions, including: What is criminal justice? Is our criminal justice system fair? Is it effective? To answer these questions we critically examine how the police, the courts, and the prison system respond to criminal behaviour. A number issues of contemporary...

Credits:
3.0

This course provides a general introduction to the fundamental and competing principles of jurisprudence and to the basic legal institutions of Canada. Class discussion, lectures and assigned readings will allow the student to consider the history of Canadian Law, the development of the Canadian Constitution, the system of Canadian courts and...

Credits:
3.0

This course provides students with work placements in approved agencies. The sponsors at the agencies share their expertise and allow the participant to experience practical learning in a workplace setting. The participant develops transferable employment skills, develops core competencies, agency-specific skills and has an opportunity to...

Credits:
3.0

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