Mackenzie Credit Courses

Courses recognized for university/college credit

May 7 to July 27, 2018 - Intersession

Course
( signifies Digital Delivery Instruction, signifies Online courses)
Tuition
BIO 105: Basic Microbiology

The basic principles of microbiology are presented in this course with an emphasis on the relevance of these principles to human health. This course deals with the studies of the morphology, growth, and modes of transmission of microorganisms. Topics will also include asepsis, immunology, chemotherapeutic drugs, and epidemiology of infectious diseases. Note: This course is designed primarily for students interested in Nursing.
Prerequisites: Biology 12 or 050, Chemistry 11 or 045
Please note: The labs for this course will be held at the Prince George Campus
3 CR / (3, 1)

Monday 10:00 to 12:00
Thursday 10:15 to 12:00


BIO 112: Anatomy and Physiology II

This course is a continuation of Human Anatomy and Physiology I. It is designed to cover the anatomy and physiology of the muscular, cardiovascular, lymphatic, respiratory, digestive, urinary, and reproductive systems. The emphasis is on the importance of homeostasis and how it is maintained by the concerted functioning of body systems.
Prerequisite: Biology 111
Please note: The labs for this course will be held at the Prince George Campus
3 CR / (3,0)

Monday 14:00 to 16:00
Wednesday 14:00 to 15:45


BIO 130: Anatomy and Physiology for Practical Nurse

This course gives an overview of the structure and function of ten body systems. It also encourages various health promotion strategies that work toward the optimal functioning of these systems.
Prerequisite: Biology 12 or 050 with a grade of C or higher.
3 CR / (4,0)

Monday 18:00 to 20:00
Wednesday 18:00 to 20:00
Thursday 18:15 to 19:15


COM 222: Management and Organizational Behaviour

Information extracted from various areas of psychology (social, industrial/organizational) and management will be utilized to study the nature of work, people, and organizations. Topics include: leadership, motivation, group dynamics, communication, Japanese management, job design, organizational design, organizational culture, organizational development, stress, and time management. Organizational behaviour and its impact on management is examined through lecture, discussion, case analyses, and practical applications of the material.

3 CR / (3,0)

Tuesday 8:00 to 9:45
Thursday 8:00 to 10:00


CASS 130: Ethical Foundations of Practice

In CASS 130, you will evaluate the relationship between your personal and professional values, adopt a code of professional ethics to guide conduct in the workplace, and develop an approach to ethical decision-making. You will identify the ethical issues raised in a variety of short case studies, evaluate options for resolution, and make clear arguments for decisions made. The course also reviews law relevant to human service work in British Columbia. (CASS 130 is delivered online.)

3 CR / (3,0)


CASS 160: Physical Care

Developing and maintaining good health and wellness practices for ourselves and the people we support is the focus of this course. Emphasis is given to providing personal care in the most dignified and least intrusive ways possible. Topics covered in the course include good mental and physical health, personal hygiene, eating and nutrition, body mechanics, lifting and transferring, and medication safety, as well as the impact of drugs and alcohol, stress management and the challenges of aging.

3 CR / (3,0)


CASS 180: Supporting Literacy in Diverse Populations

CASS 180 introduces Education Assistants and Community Support Workers to the basic skills, knowledge, and attitudes necessary for supporting literacy learning in classroom and community settings. This course introduces a wide variety of practical and positive ways that Education Assistants and Community Support Workers can support diverse learners, especially learners with communication, auditory, visual or other challenges.

3 CR / (3,0)


ENGL 103: Composition and Style

A study of grammar, composition, and style. A vigorous program of essay-writing plus a variety of writing assignments or exercises dealing with specific problems in essaywriting. Strongly recommended for students who wish to improve their writing skills.
3 CR / (3,0)

Tuesday 12:15 to 14:00
Friday 12:00 to 14:00


MATH 103: Finite Mathematics

MATH 103 is intended primarily for Liberal Arts and Education students who want some exposure to modern mathematical concepts. Topics are chosen at the discretion of the instructor and may include such areas as logic, set theory, algebraic systems, combinatorics, probability, elementary number theory, matrices, linear programming, dynamic program-ming, game theory, and network analysis.
Prerequisite: Foundations of Math 11 or Pre-calculus 11, or MATH 045, or equivalent
3 CR / (3,0)

Wednesday 10:00 to 11:45
Friday 10:00 to 11:45


PSYC 209: Introduction to Biological Psychology

This course introduces students to the relationship between brain function and behaviour in both humans and non-humans. Topics include behavioural genetics, neural function and organization, neuroanatomy, and methods. Sensory and motor systems as well as higher cognitive processes such as learning, memory, and language will also be discussed.
Prerequisites: PSYC 101 and 102ā€” minimum ā€œDā€ grades
3 CR / (3,0)

Tuesday 16:00 to 17:45
Thursday 16:00 to 18:00


Note: Credit courses are subject to the following additional fees:

  • Tuition: Dependent upon the course
  • Application: $40.00
  • Registration: $16.22 (per semester)
  • Technology: $5.84 (per course)
  • Enhancement: $41.61
  • Development: $20.80

The application fee will be waived if you take a credit course offered through CNC as an elective for a current full-time CNC program.

Applications are accepted by the College up to the start of classes as long as seats are available in the program. However, we encourage students to apply as early as possible prior to the start of classes. The availability of spaces in these programs will change as seats fill.