University of Guelph 2003-2004 Undergraduate Calendar

XI--Special Study Opportunities

Distance Education

The Distance Education program, administered by the Office of Open Learning, supports the departments in offering degree credit courses to students who choose to study independently. Generally, each course comes with a manual that may be accompanied by videotapes, audiotapes, audio CD's, computer diskettes, CD-ROMs, etc., depending on the nature of the course. As well, most courses incorporate computer conferencing, e-mail, listservs, computer-based quizzes, and the use of the Internet. Most courses are offered via the World Wide Web. Distance education provides a contemporary means through which the University of Guelph continues its tradition of outreach and open learning opportunities.

Students may take distance education courses for a variety of reasons including: distance courses providing flexibility in designing their own study schedule; allowing them to avoid timetable conflicts; allowing them an opportunity to acquire credits while away on summer break or on a co-op job placement; courses only offered via distance in a given semester; preferring to learn via distance education.

The University of Guelph recognizes the importance of distance learning and is committed to providing opportunities for the off-campus learner. A wide range of subject areas and course levels are available.

The following is a list of the courses that are offered in the distance format in selected semesters. When selecting these courses, section DE must be specified to indicate the distance education offering. Please consult Section XII--Description of Courses for course descriptions. Because additional courses are constantly being developed, please consult the Office of Open Learning, Room 160, Johnston Hall, 767-5000, email: info@open.uoguelph.ca for an updated listing on courses available by distance education and when they are scheduled to be offered. Course listings are also available at www.open.uoguelph.ca.

AGEC*2220*DE Financial Accounting

AGEC*2230*DE Management Accounting

ANTH*1150*DE Anthropology

BIOL*2060*DE Ecology

BIOL*2210*DE Introductory Cell Biology

BIOL*3450*DE Introduction to Aquatic Environments

BOT*1200*DE Plants and Human Use

BOT*2000*DE Plants, Biology and People

CIS*1000*DE Introduction to Computer Applications

COST*1000*DE Introduction to Marketing Management

COST*2020*DE Information Management

COST*2100*DE Personal Financial Management

COST*3030*DE Research Methods

DRMA*2500*DE Contemporary Cinema

ECON*1050*DE Introductory Microeconomics

ECON*1100*DE Introductory Macroeconomics

ECON*2100*DE Economic Growth and Environmental Quality

ECON*2150*DE Introduction to Business Economics

ECON*2310*DE Intermediate Microeconomics

ECON*2410*DE Intermediate Macroeconomics

ECON*3560*DE Theory of Finance

ECON*3660*DE Economics of Equity Markets

ENGL*1410*DE Major English Writers

ENVB*2210*DE Introductory Apiculture

ENVB*3000*DE Nature Interpretation

ENVB*3040*DE Natural Chemicals in the Environment

EURO*1050*DE The Emergence of a United Europe

EURO*2070*DE European Integration, 1957-1992

FOOD*2010*DE Principles of Food Science

FOOD*2400*DE Introduction to Food Chemistry

FOOD*2410*DE Introduction to Food Processing

FOOD*2420*DE Introduction to Food Microbiology

FOOD*3430*DE Introduction to Food Analysis

FOOD*4010*DE Food Plant Sanitation and Quality Control

FOOD*4070*DE Food Packaging

FREN*1090*DE Basic French: Reading

FREN*1100*DE Basic French: Listening

FREN*2500*DE French Translation I

FRHD*1010*DE Human Development

FRHD*1020*DE Couple and Family Relationships

FRHD*2060*DE Adult Development and Aging

FRHD*2100*DE Development of Human Sexuality

FRHD*2110*DE Exceptional Children and Youth

FRHD*2260*DE Infant Development

FRHD*2270*DE Development in Early and Middle Childhood

FRHD*3080*DE Adolescent Development

FRHD*3190*DE Administration of Programs for Children and Youth

GEOG*1200*DE People, Places and Spatial Organization

GEOG*1220*DE Human Impact on the Environment

GEOG*1300*DE Introduction to the Biophysical Environment

GEOG*2210*DE Environment and Resources

GEOG*3210*DE Management of the Biophysical Environment

GEOL*1100*DE Principles of Geology

HIST*2000*DE The British Isles, 1066-1603

HIST*2040*DE War and Society

HIST*2250*DE Environment and History

HIST*2610*DE Contemporary Canadian Issues

HIST*2830*DE The Emergence of Modern Germany 1871-1990

HIST*3030*DE Celtic Britain and Ireland to 1066

HIST*3140*DE Witch-hunts and Popular Culture

HIST*3530*DE Celtic Britain and Ireland Since 1603

HIST*3540*DE World War Two

HIST*4050*DE Topics in Scottish History

HORT*3220*DE Turf Management

HTM*1000*DE Introduction to Hospitality and Tourism Management

HTM*2030*DE Control Systems in the Hospitality and Tourism Industry

HTM*2150*DE Introduction to Canadian Business Management

HTM*2200*DE Organizational Design and Effectiveness

HTM*3000*DE Human Resources Management

HTM*3070*DE Hospitality and Tourism Management Accounting

LARC*1950*DE History of Cultural Form I

MATH*1000*DE Introductory Calculus

MATH*2150*DE Applied Matrix Algebra

MBG*3600*DE Introduction to Genomics

MUSC*1060*DE Introduction to Music

MUSC*1120*DE Introduction to Musicianship

MUSC*2140*DE History of Jazz

MUSC*2280*DE Masterworks of Music

NUTR*1010*DE Nutrition and Society

NUTR*2050*DE Family and Community Nutrition

PATH*3610*DE Principles of Disease

PHIL*2070*DE Philosophy of the Environment

PHYS*1020*DE Introductory Physics

PHYS*1600*DE Contemporary Astronomy

POLS*1400*DE Public Management and Administration

POLS*1500*DE World Politics

POLS*2250*DE Public Administration

POLS*2300*DE Canadian Government

POLS*3370*DE Environmental Policy Formation and Administration

POLS*3940*DE Goverance and Accountability in Canada

PSYC*1100*DE Principles of Behaviour

PSYC*1200*DE Dynamics of Behaviour

PSYC*2010*DE Quantification in Psychology

PSYC*2310*DE Introduction to Social Psychology

PSYC*2360*DE Introductory Research Methods

PSYC*2390*DE Principles of Sensation and Perception

PSYC*2450*DE Introduction to Developmental Psychology

PSYC*2650*DE Introduction to Cognitive Processes

PSYC*2740*DE Personality

PSYC*3020*DE Psychology of Law

PSYC*3060*DE Occupational Health Psychology

PSYC*3070*DE Psychology in Human Resource Management

PSYC*3080*DE Organizational Psychology

PSYC*3220*DE Ergonomics: the Scientific Study of People-System Relationships

PSYC*3250*DE Psychological Measurement

PSYC*3340*DE Psycholinguistics

PSYC*3390*DE Abnormal Psychology

PSYC*3570*DE The Psychology of Death and Dying

PSYC*3850*DE Intellectual Disabilities

REXT*3040*DE Communication Process

REXT*3080*DE Technology in Extension

SOAN*2400*DE Introduction to Gender Systems

SOC*1100*DE Sociology

SOC*1500*DE Crime and Criminal Justice

SOC*2070*DE Social Deviance

SOC*2750*DE Serial Murder

SOC*3490*DE Law and Society

SOIL*2010*DE Soil Science

SOIL*2120*DE Introduction to Environmental Stewardship

SOIL*3080*DE Soil and Water Conservation

SPAN*1100*DE Introductory Spanish

SPAN*1110*DE Intermediate Spanish

STAT*2060*DE Statistics for Business Decisions

UNIV*1500*DE Introduction to Higher Learning

UNIV*2050*DE The 5000 Days

UNIV*3250*DE Beyond the 5000 Days

UNIV*3400*DE Watershed Planning Practice

UNIV*3500*DE Recreation and Tourism Planning

UNIV*3550*DE Economic Development for Rural and Smaller Communities

UNIV*4500*DE Planning Industrial Ecology

ZOO*1500*DE Humans in the Natural World - a Zoological Perspective

ZOO*2050*DE Natural History of Ontario

Note: Getting ready for Calculus, a non-degree credit preparatory course, is also offered via distance education.

Note: Please check with the Office of Open Learning regarding the technology and resource requirements (e.g. computer, internet, VCR, audio cassette recorder etc.) for the specific course(s) in which you are interested.

The courses have been designed and written by experts to meet rigorous standards. Clusters of courses are offered from selected areas of specialization within the University.

The Diploma in Public Policy and Administration, the Certificate in Food Science, the Career Development Practitioner Program, the Certificate in Hospitality Studies, the Certificate in Environmental Citizenship, and the Certificate in Environmental Conservation are also offered in the distance education mode (see Certificates and Diplomas in this section for further information).


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