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Undergraduate Courses -  Spring (1191)

Course Title
ARCH 100 C100 Ancient Peoples and Places
ARCH 131 C100 Human Origins
ARCH 201 C100 Reconstructing the Human Past
ARCH 226 C100 The Prehistory of Religion: Shamans, Sorcerers and Saints
ARCH 301 C100 Ancient Visual Art
BISC 113 C100 Biology in Everyday Life
BPK 105 C100 Fundamentals of Human Structure and Function
BPK 105 C200 Fundamentals of Human Structure and Function
BPK 110 C100 Human Nutrition: Current Issues
BPK 110 C200 Human Nutrition: Current Issues
BPK 140 C100 Contemporary Health Issues
BPK 140 C200 Contemporary Health Issues
BPK 141 C100 Theory of Exercise Program Design
BPK 141 C200 Theory of Exercise Program Design
BPK 325 C100 Basic Human Anatomy
BPK 342 C100 Active Health
CA 104 C100 Music Fundamentals
CA 140 C100 Music after 1900
CA 142 C100 21st Century Music Appreciation
CA 386 C100 Film Music: An Overview of the Relationship between Music and Moving Pictures
CHIN 390 C100 Advanced Chinese Reading
CMNS 110 C100 Introduction to Communication Studies
CMNS 130 C100 Communication and Social Change
CMNS 253W C100 Introduction to Information Technology: The New Media
CMNS 259 C100 Sound Studies I: Listening, Culture and Society
CMNS 453 C100 Issues in the Information Society (Survelliance)
CMNS 453 C200 Issues in the Information Society (Survelliance)
CRIM 101 C100 Introduction to Criminology
CRIM 103 C100 Psychological Explanations of Criminal and Deviant Behavior
CRIM 104 C100 Sociological Explanations of Criminal and Deviant Behavior
CRIM 131 C100 Introduction to the Criminal Justice System - A Total System Approach
CRIM 135 C100 Introduction to Canadian Law and Legal Institutions: A Criminal Justice Perspective
CRIM 205 C100 Crime Myths
CRIM 210 C100 Law, Youth and Young Offenders
CRIM 220 C100 Research Methods in Criminology
CRIM 230 C100 Criminal Law
CRIM 241 C100 Introduction to Corrections
CRIM 300W C100 Current Theories and Perspectives in Criminology
CRIM 310 C100 Young Offenders and Criminal Justice: Advanced Topics
CRIM 312 C100 Criminological Perspectives on Social Problems
CRIM 320 C100 Quantitative Research Methods in Criminology
CRIM 321 C100 Qualitative Research Methods in Criminology
CRIM 330 C100 Criminal Procedure and Evidence
CRIM 332 C100 Sociology of Law
CRIM 335 C100 Human Rights and Civil Liberties
CRIM 355 C100 The Forensic Sciences
CRIM 380 C100 Introduction to Cybercrime
CRIM 402 C100 Biological Explanations of Crime
CRIM 432 C100 Gender in the Courts and the Legal Profession
CRIM 480 C100 Computer Forensics and Cybercrime
EASC 104 C100 Geohazards - Earth in Turmoil
ECON 103 C100 Principles of Microeconomics
EDUC 100W C100 Selected Questions and Issues in Education
EDUC 100W C200 Selected Questions and Issues in Education
EDUC 100W C300 Selected Questions and Issues in Education
EDUC 199 C100 Foundations of Personal Agency: Finding Voice and Place in Academia
EDUC 199 C200 Foundations of Personal Agency: Finding Voice and Place in Academia
EDUC 220 C100 Introduction to Educational Psychology
EDUC 230 C100 Introduction to Philosophy of Education
EDUC 322 C100 The Social Lives of School Children
EDUC 322 C200 The Social Lives of School Children
EDUC 326 C100 Creating Positive Learning Communities
EDUC 326 C200 Creating Positive Learning Communities
EDUC 341 C100 Literacy, Education and Culture
EDUC 341 C200 Literacy, Education and Culture
EDUC 351 C100 Teaching the Older Adult
EDUC 351 C200 Teaching the Older Adult
EDUC 352W C100 Building on Reflective Practice
EDUC 422 C100 Learning Disabilities
EDUC 437 C100 Ethical Issues in Education
EDUC 437 C200 Ethical Issues in Education
EDUC 446 C100 Law for the Classroom Teacher
EDUC 464 C100 Early Childhood Education
EDUC 471 C100 Curriculum Development: Theory and Practice
EDUC 471 C200 Curriculum Development: Theory and Practice
EDUC 471 C300 Curriculum Development: Theory and Practice
ENGL 112W C100 Literature Now
ENGL 199W C100 Introduction to University Writing
ENGL 207 C100 Twentieth Century Literatures in English
ENGL 311 C100 Early Shakespeare
ENGL 359 C100 Studies in the Literature of British Columbia
FNST 101 C100 Introduction to First Nations Studies
FREN 121 C100 Introductory French I
GEOG 221 C100 Economic Worlds
GERO 300 C100 Introduction to Gerontology
GERO 301 C100 Research Methods in Gerontology
GERO 420 C100 Sociology of Aging
GSWS 101 C100 Gender Talk
GSWS 101 C200 Gender Talk
GSWS 312 C100 Immigrants, Women and Transnational Migration
GSWS 398W C100 Feminist Currents
HIST 277 C100 History of Greek Civilization
HIST 304 C100 Alexander the Great and the Quest for World Empire
HIST 338 C100 World War II
HS 277 C100 History of Greek Civilization
HS 304 C100 Alexander the Great and the Quest for World Empire
HUM 102W C100 Classical Mythology
HUM 130 C100 Introduction to Religious Studies
LBST 101 C100 Introducing Labour Studies
LBST 307 C100 Unfree Labour and Modern Slavery: Understanding Coercion and Exploitation in Contemporary
MATH 150 C100 Calculus I with Review
MATH 190 C100 Principles of Mathematics for Teachers
POL 101W C100 Introduction to Politics and Government
POL 344 C100 International Law
PSYC 201W C100 Introduction to Research Methods in Psychology
PSYC 268 C100 Introduction to Law and Psychology
PSYC 280 C100 Introduction to Biological Psychology
PSYC 362 C100 Close Relationships
PSYC 362 C200 Close Relationships
PSYC 376 C100 Experimental Psychology and Law
PSYC 388 C100 Biological Rhythms and Sleep
REM 100 C100 Global Change
SA 101 C100 Introduction to Anthropology (A)
SA 150 C100 Introduction to Sociology (S)
SA 345 C100 Race, Immigration and the Canadian State (SA)
SA 355 C100 Quantitative Methods (S)
SA 358 C100 The Philosophy of the Social Sciences (SA)
SA 420 C100 Sociology of Aging (S)
SD 281 C100 Sustainable Communities, Sustainable World
SD 381 C100 Building Sustainable Communities: Concepts and Cases
STAT 201 C100 Statistics for the Life Sciences
STAT 203 C100 Introduction to Statistics for the Social Sciences
STAT 205 C100 Introduction to Statistics
STAT 270 C100 Introduction to Probability and Statistics
STAT 302 C100 Analysis of Experimental and Observational Data
WL 203 C100 Subversive Genres