Courses hosted in the Taylor Institute

Winter 2018

  • ADL 139.012: Train the Trainer Level 1
  • ASHA 421: Invention
  • BIOL 205: Organization and Diversity of Life
  • CPSC 599.83: iProgramming for Creative Minds
  • CPSC 599.87: Visualization & Analytics
  • EDUC 450: Diversity in Learning
  • EDUC 460: Specialization 1: ELL and Second Languages
  • ENCH 689: Drilling Advances, Modelling and Simulation
  • ENER 570: Automation and Controls
  • ENGL 429: Eighteenth-Century Poetry: Poetry and the Public Sphere
  • ENGL 607.82: The Virtual Child
  • FILM 409: Special Topics in Film Studies - The Audiovisual Essay
  • HTST 398: Berlin Energies: Energy in Berlin from Elektropolis to Energiewende
  • HTST 410: Berlin Energies: Great Cities of the World: Berlin
  • KNES 201: Activity: Essence and Experience
  • KNES 444: Critical Perspectives on the Body
  • MATH 205: Mathematical Explorations
  • MGST 597: Indigenous Peoples and Sustainable Development
  • NURS 387 / NURS 388: The Science of Health: Families in Transition
  • NURS 387 & NURS 388: NURSING 387 and NURSING 388
  • PHYS 321: Harmonic Motion, Waves and Rotation
  • SCPA 299: History and the Performing Arts
  • SPAN 599: Herencia e identidady (Heritage and Identity)
  • ZOOL 401: Introduction to Invertebrate Zoology

Fall 2017

  • ASHA 220: Quests and Questions
  • BMC 167: Marketing Principles
  • BMEN 602: BMEN Core I
  • COMS 383: Introduction to Public Relations
  • CPSC 583: Introduction to Information Visualization
  • CPSC 599.72: iProgramming for Creative Minds
  • EDUC 435: Language, Literacy and Culture
  • ENGL 463: American Literature from the Late 1800s to the Mid-1900s
  • ENTI 381 & CPSC 499.01: Principles of Entrepreneurship; Software Entrepreneurship
  • ENTI 401: Opportunity Identification (F17) New Venture Startup (W17)
  • FILM 403.22: Topic in the Director's Cinema (Charles Chaplin)
  • FREN 225: La Grammaire par les Textes I (French Grammar and Texts I)
  • GLGY 699.56: Geoscience Graduate Skills
  • KNES 201: Activity: Essence and Experience
  • Law 403: Legislation
  • LAW 565: Internet Law
  • MKTG 559: Selected Topics in Marketing - Digital Marketing
  • Nurs 503.41: Using Research In Nursing Practice: Moving Evidence To Action
  • PHIL 379: Logic II
  • PHYS 371: Introduction to Energy
  • SCIE 403: Science in Society
  • SCIE 507.27: Principles of Solar Energy
  • SENG 511: Software Process and Project Management
  • SOWK 365: Critical Approaches to Social Work Practice
  • SOWK 629: Professional Communication and Interviewing
  • SOWK 637: Human Behavior in the Environment
  • SPAN 201: Beginners’ Spanish 1
  • SPAN 475: Introduction to Hispanic Linguistics

Summer 2017

  • EDER 655.12: Promoting Health Relationships
  • EDER 655.15: Making the Case for Decolonization
  • EDER 655.16: Decolonizing through Indigenous Arts and Media
  • EDER 679.44/45: Creative Design /Thinking: An Introduction and Human Centred Design and Social Innovation
  • EDUC 201: Introduction to Educational Studies
  • EDUC 427.04: Science, Technology, Engineering & Math (STEM) - K-12
  • SCIE 201: Thinking with Data

Spring 2017

  • CHEM 201: General Chemistry - Structure and Bonding
  • CHEM 353: Organic Chemistry II
  • COMS 383: Introduction to Public Relations
  • CPSC 223: Introduction to Computer Science for Computer Science Majors II
  • ENTI 559: Hot House
  • NURS 387: The Science of Health II: Families in Transition
  • NURS 388: Supporting Health II: Families in Transition
  • SOWK 699: Advanced Community Development Theory & Practice

Winter 2017

  • ALMC 359-01: Literature of Muslim Studies
  • ASHA 220: Arts and Science Honours Academy
  • ASHA 421: Inventions
  • CPSC 313: Introduction to Computability
  • CPSC 599.88: Tangible and Physical Human-Computer Interaction
  • DRAM 240: Introduction to Drama
  • EDUC 456: Assessment
  • EDUC 456 S07: Assessment - Elementary
  • ENGL 388.01: Multimedia Jane Austen
  • KNES 201: Activity: Essence and Experience
  • LAW 693: Climate Change Law
  • NURS 387/388: The Science of Health II / Supporting Health II (Families in Transition)
  • PHIL 279: Logic I
  • PHYS 271: How Things Work
  • PSYC 617: Multivariate Data Analysis
  • SOWK 303: Practice with Individuals in Context
  • SOWK 627: Practice with Organizations and Communities
  • SOWK 697.03: Diversity, Oppression and Social Justice
  • SOWK: Practice and Evaluation with Organizations
  • UNIV 201: CDCI Global Challenges
  • ZOOL 375: Invertebrate Zoology

Fall 2016

  • ALMC 202.01: Beginners Arabic I | course outline
  • ASHA 220: Arts and Science Honours Academy: Quests and Questions
  • CHEM 201 T01-T07: General Chemistry: Structure and Bonding (Tutorials)
  • CPSC 499.01/SCIE 507.18/ENTI 381: Software Entrepreneurship/Science Entrepreneurship/Principles of Entrepreneuship
  • CPSC 599.87: Visualization & Analytics | course outline
  • DRAM 240: Introduction to Drama | course outline
  • ENGL 201: Approaches to Literature | course outline
  • ENGL 311.01: Shakespeare | UToday article | Info about the course
  • ENGL 445: Literature of the Early Victorian Period | course outline
  • ENGL 463: American LIterature from the Late 1800s to the Mid-1900s | course outline
  • GLGY 201: Principles of Geoscience | course outline
  • KNES 441/443/445: Kinesiology Practicum
  • NURS 485: Nursing Practicum
  • SCIE 507.24: Theory and Practice of University Teaching in STEM
  • SOWK 303: Practice with Individuals in Context

Summer 2016

  • EDER 655.15: Making the Case for Decolonization | course outline
  • EDER 679.45: Creativity Design Practice | course outline
  • EDUC 201: Introduction to Educational Studies

Spring 2016