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A study of the Bible as a work of literature, together with a consideration of how it has influenced the development of western literature. (3,0,0)

Credits:
3.0

Study of First Nations literature in Canada, from the beginnings with the oral tradition to the present literary production in poetry, novels, essays, and drama. Discusses the literature as it pertains both to the First Nations' experience in Canada and to the traditional and evolving concerns of literacy study. (3,0,0)

Credits:
3.0

Study of literature that reflects Canada's ideal of multiculturalism. The emphasis is on fiction and essays as an individual and social concern. History, law, and ethics also direct this consideration of pluralism in literature. (3,0,0)

Credits:
3.0

Reading and criticism of student writing. Lyric poetry, short fiction, myths, autobiography, local history and journalism. (3,0,0)

Credits:
3.0

Continuation of ENGL 209. (3,0,0)

Credits:
3.0

This is an introductory creative writing course with a focus on fiction. It includes exploring creative techniques through writing exercises, developing a writing portfolio, examining representative examples of current fiction, and researching writing markets. Students writing practice will include three short stories, workshopping other...

Credits:
3.0

English 212 is an introductory creative writing course with a focus on poetry. Students will explore creative techniques through writing exercises, develop a writing portfolio, and examine representative examples of contemporary poetry and research writing markets. Student writing practice will include writing a series of poems exploring...

Credits:
3.0

ENGL 213 is a creative writing course that provides students with an opportunity to explore and develop their skills in writing major non-fiction forms such as features, memoir, travel, personal essay, history and social analysis. Students will develop creative techniques through writing exercises, examining representative examples of current...

Credits:
3.0

Through study of several literary genres and feminist literary criticism, this course will examine the ways in which women are represented and have contributed to the literary tradition. Written assignments based upon the works read. (3,0,0)

Credits:
3.0

Continuation of ENGL 224. (3,0,0)

Credits:
3.0

The environment inflects all knowledge now. Creative writers bring our attention to our lapses, our struggles, and our success against compromises that would lessen our place in the world. Literature concerned with the environment presents the story of the place we inhabit, and it makes us aware of our regard for that place as if it were alive...

Credits:
3.0

This course covers the history of the development of literature in English in Canada. Emphasis is on periods, movements, and writers, as well as issues of the times, both regionally, nationally, and internationally. All genres are introduced and surveyed, with representative readings. (3,0,0)

Credits:
3.0

This course covers several periods, genres and critical issues within the field of children’s literature. It begins with a study of folklore and fairytales and goes on to verse, short stories, and novels, primarily from Britain, Canada, and the United States. (3,0,0)

Credits:
3.0

The course introduces American literature to develop an understanding of its historical and current artistic, social, cultural, and political contexts and concerns. (3,0,0)

Credits:
3.0

Students will study English language at Canadian Language Benchmarks to develop their skills in listening, speaking, reading, and writing. The course content will help students build confidence and independance in their ability to access services and participate in Canadian Society. Students will be taught in groups and will advance to the next...

The English Pathway Program offers students whose IELTS score is between 5.0 and 6.0 the opportunity to improve their language and study skills in preparation for full entry into the NWCC department of their choice: Trades, Business, or University Credit programs.

By the end of the 14-week study period, learners will be able to:

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The introduction to Entrepreneurship and Innovation course will acquaint the student with theory and practice specific to an entrepreneurial environment. An entrepreneurial business structure is one where the entrepreneur directs the three critical roles that enable an organization to function and grow; interpersonal roles, informational roles...

Credits:
3

This course will address the overall business climate in northern BC, with a focus on small businesses and Entrepreneurs, integrating aspects of economics, social, demographic and political realities for Northern communities. The course will also incorporate business elements of successful integration and doing business with/and in aboriginal...

Credits:
3

An introduction to marketing principles and management focusing on marketing small business and start-ups for Entrepreneurs. Emphasis is on developing a basic understanding of marketing concepts, decision making with limited resources, and understanding the emerging roles and opportunities of social medial on marketing efforts. 

Credits:
3

Grow your understanding of financial and accounting terms, gain confidence and improve your communication skills, and explore the basics of running a business. It's never been easier to get your own business up and running.

Price: $2395.00

Hours: 360

 

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