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Courses

Courses

York University

Sciences:

BIOL 1000 - Biology I – Cells, Molecular Biology and Genetics (3.0)

BIOL 1001 - Biology II – Evolution, Ecology, Biodiversity and Conservation Biology (3.0)

CHEM 1000 - Chemical Structure (3.0)

CHEM 1001 - Chemical Dynamics (3.0)

PHYS 1420 - Physics with Application to Life Sciences (6.0)

MATH 1505 - Mathematics for the Life and Social Sciences (6.0)

EECS 1520 - Computer Use: Fundamentals (3.0)

BC 3000 - Introduction to Peer Leadership (0.0)

BC 3010 - Advanced Peer Leadership (3.0)

Liberal Arts:

GEOG 1000 - The World Today: An Introduction to World Geography (6.0)

EN 1102 - Literature and Health (6.0)

HUMA 1125 - Civilization of Medieval and Renaissance Europe (9.0)

MODR 1770 - Techniques of Persuasion (6.0)

Major (Psychology):

PSYC 1010 - Introduction to Psychology (6.0)

PSYC 2021 - Statistical Methods I (3.0)

PSYC 2022 - Statistical Methods II (3.0)

PSYC 2030 - Introduction to Research Methods (3.0)

PSYC 2110 - Developmental Psychology (3.0)

PSYC 2120 - Social Psychology (3.0)

PSYC 2130 - Personality (3.0)

PSYC 2210 - Learning (3.0)

PSYC 3140 - Abnormal Psychology (Online) (3.0)

PSYC 3280 - Animal Behaviour (3.0)

PSYC 3290 - Psycholinguistics (3.0)

PSYC 3350 - Cultural Psychology (3.0)

PSYC 3410 - Educational Psychology (3.0)

PSYC 3420 - Evolutionary Psychology (3.0)

PSYC 3430 - Behaviour in Groups (3.0)

PSYC 3480 - Psychology of Women (3.0)

PSYC 3500 - Development in Adolescence (3.0)

PSYC 3520 - Infancy (3.0)

PSYC 3630 - The Psychology of the Family (3.0)

PSYC 4010 - Seminar in Developmental Psychology (6.0)

PSYC 4460 - Atypical Development (6.0)

Canadian Forces

Basic Military Qualification (BMQ) - Serial 0418

Developmental Period 1 (DP1) Infantryman - Serial 0010/0093

Basic Winter Warfare - Serial 1826


Notes:

1. The numbers at the end of the courses indicate how long they take to complete, with 3.0 indicating a semester, 6.0 indicating a full academic year, and 9.0 also indicating a full academic year but one with a heavier load.

2. If you have any questions about the above courses please contact me, I'll give you more details as soon as I can.