University of Guelph 2001-2002 Undergraduate Calendar

Interdisciplinary University Courses

UNIV*1010 to UNIV*1060 AKADEMIA Integrated Studies F,W(3-0). [0.50].

Integrated courses of study exploring connections between disciplines in arts and science, normally team-taught. The courses are issue-oriented and issues will vary over time. The choice of subject will partly depend on faculty and student interest. Only available to students in the Akademia program.

Prerequisites: admission to Akademia (through B.A. or B.Sc. routes)

UNIV*1500 Introduction to Higher Learning F(2-2). [0.50].

The course is designed to help new students optimize their university learning experience. The development of the individual student in the university learning environment will be examined under four headings: the history and role of universities; human development models related to academic and personal growth; methods used in scholarly and scientific disciplines and; ethical issues related to the university.

Prerequisites: registration in semester 1 or 2

UNIV*2050 The 5000 Days S,F,W(3-0). [0.50].

An interdisciplinary approach to environmental issues which offers opportunities to investigate social processes and philosophical considerations with respect to the position and influence of humankind, and the development of social conditions, values and economic activities that have led to our present situation. These investigations are carried out within the context of physical environmental considerations, such as the sate of the earth, forests, air water and our use of energy, and will lead the student to a detailed consideration of the future. (Offered through distance education format only.)

UNIV*3010 University Studies in London I S(3-0). [0.50].

An intensive and integrated six-week course of study in the arts, social sciences and/or sciences as they relate to the resources of London. For London Summer Session students only.

Prerequisites: admission to the London Summer Session

UNIV*3020 University Studies in London II S(3-0). [0.50].

An intensive and integrated six-week course of study in the arts, social sciences and/or sciences as they relate to the resources of London. For London Summer Session students only.

Prerequisites: admission to the London Summer Session

UNIV*3150 University Studies in Paris I W(2-3). [0.50].

An integrated course of study in subject areas that will vary from year to year but relate to resources in Paris.

Prerequisites: admission to the Paris Semester

UNIV*3160 University Studies in Paris II W(2-3). [0.50].

An integrated course of study in subject areas that will vary from year to year but relate to resources in Paris.

Prerequisites: admission to the Paris Semester

UNIV*3170 University Studies in Paris III W(2-3). [0.50].

An integrated course of study in subject areas that will vary from year to year but relate to resources in Paris.

Prerequisites: admission to the Paris Semester

UNIV*3250 Beyond the 5000 Days S,F,W(3-0). [0.50].

The complexity and dimensions of key environmental issues introduced in UNIV*2050 are explored in greater detail. This will facilitate the student's ability to critically evaluate socio-economic-environmental linkages between contemporary challenges such as sustainable resources, energy, human population, education and communication, and environmental ethics. Supplementary voluntary workshop. (Offered through distance education format only.)

Prerequisites: UNIV*2050

UNIV*3500 Recreation and Tourism Planning W. [0.50].

Application of planning theory to recreation and tourism in the private and public sectors, approaches to implementing plans, and strategies for involving stakeholders in the planning process. Focus will also be on the impact of various approaches to planning recreation and tourism. (Offered through distance education format only.)

Prerequisites: 10.00 credits or permission of the instructor

UNIV*4500 Planning Industrial Ecology S,F. [0.50].

To create ecologically informed and professionally skilled scientists, engineers, planners, and managers by providing them with: systems-analytic frameworks to critically examine processes, products, infrastructure, management systems and public policies from the perspective of environmental sustainability; and the skill set to guide the design of appropriate responses. Course requires a science background, minimum OAC Chemistry or Physics. (Offered through distance education format only.)

Prerequisites: 10.00 credits or equivalent



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Last revision: October 18, 2001 (Section IX December 01, 2001; format revision November 20, 2001).

2001 Office of Registrarial Services, University of Guelph