Posts Tagged: course

Course Exam—MATH 244

MATH 244 (Business Mathematics) is a three-credit, introductory mathematics course that is designed to introduce the basic mathematical skills that are needed to understand, analyse, and solve mathematical problems that are encountered in business, finance, and in investment decision making. MATH 244 has no prerequisites, though students are expected to be able to perform the… Read more »

Course Exam—COMP 361

COMP 361 (Systems Analysis and Design) is a three-credit upper-level Computer Science course that has students solving business problems by analyzing the requirements of information systems and designing such systems applying analysis and design techniques.  The practical component of COMP 361 is object oriented and use-case driven, requiring students to go through the steps of… Read more »

Course Exam—COMP 314 (Operating Systems)

COMP 314 (Operating Systems) is a three-credit computing and information systems course that teaches students “the fundamental concepts, principles, and structures of operating systems.” COMP 314 has a prerequisite.  Students should have completed COMP 206 (Introduction to Computer Programming in C++), COMP 268 (Introduction to Computer Programming in Java), or an equivalent university level programming… Read more »

Course Exam—Psychology 290

According to the syllabus, PSYC 290 (General Psychology) is a three-credit introductory psychology course that follows PSYC 289 (Psychology as a Natural Science). PSYC 290 “provides an introduction to behavioural areas of study” and shares the same textbook as PSYC 289, covering the entire second half. General Psychology is comprised of ten units, five graded… Read more »

Mail Delivery

I got my first brown box in the mail in a year and a half; it is intimidating and exciting.  By the end of my bachelor’s degree, I had the layout of essays down pat, and formatting became second nature.  But, now I am out of practice and looking at this stack of books has… Read more »