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Previous Course Offerings - 2011

Winter 2011

January 10, 2011 - April 21, 2011

  • MAIS 601 - Making Sense of Theory in the Arts and Social Sciences (core)
  • MAIS 602 - Researching Society and Culture (core)
  • EDST 630 - Transformative Learning for Social Change [Course Full]
  • ENVS 689 - Environmental Change in Global Context
  • GLST 652 - Political Philosophy and Global Capitalism
  • GLST 655 - 9/11: Excavating Ground Zero
  • GOVN 540 - Global Governance and Law
  • HERM 501 - Issues in Heritage Resources Management
  • HERM 512 - Advanced Methods in Heritage Research
  • HIST 620 - Environmental History of North America and the Globe
  • HIST 632 - Gender, Race, Racism, and the History of Classical Scholarship (Temporary Course Description) [New]
  • MAIS 610 - Organizational Perspectives: Images, Issues, Practices [Course Full]
  • MAIS 612 - Gender, Leadership and Management
  • MAIS 616 - Writing the Self: The Experience and Potential of Writing for the Purpose of Personal Development
  • MAIS 618 - English in Question: Critical Reflections on the Rise of a Global Language
  • MAIS 621 - Narrative Possibilities: The Transformative Power of Writing, Story, and Poetry in Personal and Professional Development
  • MAIS 645 - Understanding Work and Learning
  • MAIS 658 - Doing Disability Differently (Complete Syllabus to follow) [New]
  • MAIS 660 - Introduction to Canadian Studies
  • MAIS 662 - Mourning and Trauma – Theoretical and Historical Debates
  • MAIS 663 - Critical Race Theory in Global Context (Syllabus to follow) [New]
  • POLI 550 - Women, Equality and Representation
  • PSYC 589 - Learning Disabilities: Issues and Interventions

Not open to MyAU registrations; See Note 1 below.

  • MDDE 601 - Introduction to Technology in Distance Education and Training
  • MDDE 612 - Experiential Learning
  • MDDE 614 - International Issues in Distance Education
  • MDDE 651 - Special Topics: Gender Issues in Distance Education

Not open to MyAU registrations; See Note 2 below.

  • MHST 604 - Leadership in Health Care [October 1 Deadline]
  • MHST 620 - Culture and Health [October 1 Deadline]

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Spring 2011

(May 2, 2011 - August 19, 2011)

  • MAIS 601 - Making Sense of Theory in the Arts and Social Sciences (core)
  • MAIS 602 - Researching Society and Culture (core)
  • CMNS 610 - A Study of Canadian Feature Film—By Canadians, about Canadians, for Canadians
  • EDST 510 - Training in Canada
  • EDST 635 - Foundations of Education in Canada [New]
  • GOVN 505 - Innovative Public Management
  • MAIS 604 - Planning and Action for Community Change
  • MAIS 610 - Organizational Perspectives: Images, Issues, Practices
  • MAIS 613 - Transformatory Organizing
  • MAIS 628 - Gender and Sexuality
  • MAIS 635 - Equality in Context
  • MAIS 662 - Mourning and Trauma – Theoretical and Historical Debates
  • MAIS 664 - The Canadian Context of Critical Race Theory [New]
  • PSYC 576 - Assistive Technology for Students with Special Needs

Not open to MyAU registrations; See Note 1 below.

  • MDDE 601 - Introduction to Technology in Distance Education and Training
  • MDDE 611 - Foundations of Adult Education
  • MDDE 613 - Adult Learning and Development
  • MDDE 615 - Human Factors in Educational Technology

Not open to MyAU registrations; See Note 2 below.

  • MHST 604 - Leadership in Health Care [February 1 Deadline]
  • MHST 620 - Culture and Health [February 1 Deadline]

Fall 2011

(September 6, 2011 - December 16, 2011)

  • MAIS 601 - Making Sense of Theory in the Arts and Social Sciences (core)
  • MAIS 602 - Researching Society and Culture (core)
  • CMNS 610 - A Study of Canadian Feature Film Policy; By Canadians, about Canadians, for Canadians
  • CMNS 655 - Journalism and Responsibility
  • EDST 632 - Global Education [Class Cancelled]
  • EDST 645 - Curriculum: Provoking Inquiry
  • GLST 653 - Women's Narratives from the Circumpolar North
  • GOVN 540 - Global Governance and Law
  • HERM 501 - Issues in Heritage Resources Management
  • HERM 542 - Issues in Planning Historic Places
  • MAIS 603 - Community Development [Course Full]
  • MAIS 616 - Writing the Self: The Experience and Potential of Writing for the Purpose of Personal Development
  • MAIS 622 - Advanced Feminist Theory
  • MAIS 625 - Critical Perspectives in Cultural Studies
  • MAIS 626 - Art and Crime
  • MAIS 645 - Understanding Work and Learning
  • MAIS 658 - Doing Disability Differently
  • POLI 580 - The Politics of Cyberspace
  • PSYC 589 - Learning Disabilities: Issues and Interventions

Not open to MyAU registrations; See Note 1 below.

  • MDDE 601 - Introduction to Technology in Distance Education and Training
  • MDDE 611 - Foundations of Adult Education
  • MDDE 613 - Adult Learning and Development

Not open to MyAU registrations; See Note 2 below.

  • MHST 604 - Leadership in Health Care [June 1 Deadline]
  • MHST 620 - Culture and Health [June 1 Deadline]

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