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Master of Education

The Master in Education program is grounded in two main purposes: a space for students to understand their professional knowledge and to make meaningful links among this knowledge, and the conceptual and theoretical knowledge of educational research.

Mastering Microsoft Excel 2019 (Advanced)

Learn Excel's advanced functions to take on greater responsibilities in your organization!

This course will help you master many features in Microsoft Excel 2019 that most users don't know exist. You will learn the secret to using formula-based conditional formatting as a creative solution to common issues. You will also learn how to leverage Excel's Power Query tool to import and transform data from about any data source. By the time you finish this course, you will have mastered Microsoft Excel 2019 and will be able to better serve your company's data management needs.

MATH 001-University Math Prep: Pre-Calculus

This non-credit interactive course is intended to prepare students for university level math courses. Some of the main topics studied in this course are mathematical functions, trigonometry, and an introduction to limits.

This online course uses Moodle and Collaborate (a microphone and speakers or headset is required) and features 12 lessons, video lectures, supplementary materials as well as guidance and feedback from the instructor. This is a great opportunity to prepare for successful participation in university math courses, from the convenience of your home, and with flexibility for your schedule.

MATH 002-University Math Prep: Professional Programs

Mathematics is the science of numbers, quantity and space. The aim of University Preparatory Math for Professional Programs (non-credit) is to provide a student-oriented math course for learning or reviewing mathematical concepts and skills that are necessary for success in a variety of professional programs (e.g. Nursing, Nutrition, Human Kinetics or Business Administration).

MATH 105: Business Math

(CRN 14064/Lab 14086) This course will give an introduction to some of the quantitative methods used in the fields of business. A presentation of mathematics applicable to business, including functions, modelling, finance, regression, forecasting, simulations and linear porgramming. Use of spreadsheets will be a fundamental part of this course. Acceptibel for credit in all programs. May only be used as an open or an approved elective in mathematics or computer science programs. Credit will be granted for only one of MATH 105 and MATH 205. Three credits.

 

 

MATH 106: Calculus I

(CRN 14065/Lab 14087) An introduction to differential calculus of a single variable with applications to the physical, life, and social sciences. Topics include limits; differentiation of polynomial, exponential, logarithmic, and trigonometric functions; inverse functions and their derivatives; implicit differentiation; curve sketching and applied max-min problems. The format of MATH 106 has been structured to provide students with additional learning resources to support and foster a conducive learning environment. Credit will be granted for one of MATH 106 or ENGR 121 or MATH 126. Six credits of calculus is required in the BSc Major, Advanced Major, or Honors program. Three credits.

 

MATH 107: Calculus II

(CRN 22156/Lab 22171) An introduction to integral calculus for functions of one variable. Topics include definite and indefinite integrals; the fundamental theorem of calculus, methods of integration; numerical approximation of definite integrals; applications to area and volume; probability density functions and distributions; differential equations; and Taylor polynomials. The format of MATH 107 has been structured to provide students with additional learning resources to support and foster a conducive learning environment. Credit will be granted for one of MATH 107 or ENGR 122 or MATH 127. Six credits of calculus is required in the BSc Major, Advanced Major, or Honors program. Three credits.

 

Microsoft Excel 2019: Beyond Basics (Intermediate)

Are you managing budgets, schedules, and tracking for your organization?  If you use Excel regularly and want to learn more advanced functions in this powerful software, this intermediate course is for you. 

Microsoft Excel 2019: The Basics

Do you manage large sets of numbers, names, dates, or other pieces of information? If so, then you need to create worksheets to manage, store, organize, and even analyze this information. Excel, Microsoft's powerful spreadsheet software, is the most widely-used program to handle this task. In fact, most workplaces require that new employees have a basic level of understanding of Microsoft Excel.

If you want to learn the 2019 version of Microsoft Excel, this course will introduce you to the program's basic functions and uses. Through hands-on lessons, you will learn numerous shortcuts to quickly and efficiently set up worksheets. You will also learn how to use the function wizard to calculate statistics, future values, and more. In addition, you will get tips on sorting and analyzing data, creating three-dimensional workbooks, and automating frequently-repeated tasks with macros and buttons. By the time you're done, you will know how to use this vital Office 2019 tool.

MUSI 118: World Music

(CRN 22157) A survey course covering folkloric and ethnic musical traditions from around the world: Africa, Asia, North and South America, the Caribbean, Europe. Three credits.

 

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