And for Ava….(and one else who cares enough :D)
DRMA*1000 Introduction to Theatre F,W(3-3) [0.50]
This course deals with the nature and function of drama and theatre in society, and with the role and function of different aspects of theatre in production, including playwriting, directing, acting, design and technical theatre. It concerns itself with the social and cultural role played by theatre as an art form, and with how theatre is produced and produces its effects. The course is designed to introduce students to ways of discussing, analyzing and writing about the theatrical event. It will include attendance at selected productions, and a fee will be charged for the cost of travel to them.
DRMA*1050 Script Analysis F,W(3-0) [0.50]
An introduction to the reading and analysis of scripts, and the different ways in which critics, directors, actors, and designers approach them. The course will include exercises in the written analysis of a limited number of scripts.
PHYS*1600 Contemporary Astronomy S,F(3-0) [0.50]
A course designed for arts and social science students. Emphasis will be on the interdisciplinary and contemporary aspects of astronomy with the object of providing a perspective of our place in the physical universe. Topics will include the solar system, stars and stellar evolution, pulsars, black holes, quasars and cosmology. Students are encouraged to suggest and participate in discussion on items of special interest. Students with standing in any other 1000 level course credit in physics (except PHYS*1020, PHYS*1800, PHYS*1810) may not use this course for credit. (Also offered through distance education format.)
SOC*1500 Crime and Criminal Justice F,W(3-0) [0.50]
The course will introduce students to the study of crime and criminal justice. It will examine the various criminological theories, types of criminal behaviour, and the criminal justice system.
WMST*1000 Introduction to Women’s Studies F(3-0) [0.50]
An introduction to the methods and analyses of Women’s Studies. An interdisciplinary feminist and multicultural examination of research about women and the gendered nature of societies and cultures. Areas of inquiry may include psychology, law, science, culture, work, family, violence, health, and sexuality.
And I’m into University. Anyone else see a paradox in this? Or should that be an oxymoron…?