New Courses (Effective 201730):

Course Changes (Effective 201730):

Discontinued Courses (Effective 201730):

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ASIA 3386, 3 credits

Asian Century: Modern Korea

New Course as of Fall 2017

This interdisciplinary study of modern Korean society addresses the economic, social and cultural transformation of modern and contemporary Korea. The focus of this course is continuity and change in Korean society and people. Students examine the transformation of Korea from a traditional Confucian state into an industrial nation; the rise of nationalism and modern ideologies in Korea; and the cultural, social and economic changes Korea has undergone as it has entered the modern world. In particular, students study the two rival paths of modernization on the Korean peninsula - the capitalist in the South and the communist in the North. Students study the development of the South Korean "economic miracle," the factors shaping its political economy and its integration into the global economy. 

Prerequisite(s): Successful completion of 15 credits, equivalent to 5 courses.

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BIOL 2292, 3 credits

Health Science IV: Pathophysiology II

Effective Fall Semester 2017, the prerequisite(s) for this course will change to the following: 
BIOL 2192 with a minimum "C+" grade; and, NURS 1263 with an "S" grade.

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BUSM 5000, 3 credits

Work Integrated Learning Experience

Discontinued Course as of Fall 2017

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DDSN 2254, 3 credits

Field Study Practicum

Effective Fall Semester 2017, the prerequisite(s) for this course will change to the following:

DSGN 1154, 1255, 2154, and 2253; and a minimum "C" grade in DSGN 1151, 1152, 1153, 1250, 1252, 1253, 2151, and 2152. A minimum grade point average of 3.0 is highly recommended.

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ENGL 2222, 3 credits

Classical Literature in Translation

New Course as of Fall 2017

ENGL 2222 functions as a precursor to ENGL 2223 and 2224, surveying the literature of the classical world. The course explores the foundations upon which western literature was built and establishes frames of reference for Greek and Roman literature, including, but not limited to, historical, social, literary, theoretical and cultural backgrounds.

Prerequisite(s): One of ENGL 1100, 1127 or 1128; and one of ENGL 1129 or 1130.

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FMGT 2116, 3 credits

Personal Financial Planning I

New Course as of Fall 2017

Students will be introduced to personal finance, wealth accumulation and financial planning decisions. The main goal of the course is to equip students with the knowledge and decision-making tools to understand and plan their personal finances in a rewarding and engaging manner. The course helps students make sound financial decisions, with the goal to ultimately manage and increase personal wealth. Topics include money management, purchasing a home, investing in mutual funds and stocks & bonds, insurance, retirement and estate planning, tax planning and more. Taking this course will enhance students' financial literacy and put them on the path towards a lifetime of financial responsibility and stability.

Prerequisite(s): One of: MATH 1118, 1119, 1171, 1174 and one of FMGT 1116, 1215, 2293. English requirement: One of the following: a minimum 67% in BC English 12 or equivalent; a minimum 67% in BC English Literature 12; a minimum 67% in BC English First Peoples 12; a university-level English or Communications course for which Langara awards transfer credit; a minimum "C" in ENGL 1120; a minimum "C-" in ENGL 1121; a "S" in one of ENGL 1107, 1108, or 1110; a minimum level 3 on the LET; LEAP 8; LPI with a minimum 26 on the essay and one of 5 in English usage, 5 in sentence structure, or 10 in reading comprehension. Recommended: ECON 1221. 

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FMGT 3223, 3 credits

Advanced Management Accounting

Effective Fall Semester 2017, the prerequisite(s) for this course will change to the following:

Completion of 54 credits including FMGT 2294 and FMGT 2371 with a minimum "C" grade and 6 credits of university-transferable English or Communications with a minimum "C" grade.

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INTB 5310, 3 credits

Management Issues in International Business

Discontinued Course as of Fall 2017

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INTB 5320, 3 credits

International Marketing Management

Discontinued Course as of Fall 2017

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KINS 3303, 3 credits

High Performance Strength and Conditioning

Effective Fall Semester 2017, the prerequisite(s) for this course will change to the following:

HKIN/KINS 1103 and HKIN/KINS 1100. Students with work experience and/or current certification in strength and conditioning may contact the instructor to request permission to override the prerequisite.

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LIBR 2328, 4 credits

Techniques III

Effective Fall Semester 2017, the title for this course will change to the following:

Subject Analysis and Classification

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MARK 2500, 3 credits

Selling Skills and Communication

New Course as of Fall 2017

Students explore the principles of professional selling focussing on relationship and needs-based selling. Topics include understanding customer and sales representative behaviour and communications in a selling environment as well as prospecting, preparing different forms of presentations, handling objections, building a sales plan, and employing various closing techniques. Students will be introduced to Customer Relationship Management software. Students will apply their selling skills in a final project that is relevant to the financial or professional sales industry. 

Students will received credit for only one of MARK 1200 and MARK 2500.

Prerequisite(s): MARK 1115.

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NURS 1103, 3 credits

LPN Bridging Course

Effective Fall Semester 2017, the prerequisite(s) for this course will change to the following:

BIOL 2192 with a minimum "C+" grade.

Effective Fall Semester 2017, the corequisite(s) for this course will change to the following:

NURS 1104

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NURS 1104, 5 credits

Bridge in Clinical Practice

Effective Fall Semester 2017, the prerequisite(s) for this course will change to the following:

BIOL 2192 with a minimum "C+" grade.

Effective Fall Semester 2017, the corequisite(s) for this course will change to the following:

NURS 1103.

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NURS 2109, 3 credits

Healing I: Adult Health & Healing I

Effective Fall Semester 2017, the prerequisite(s) for this course will change to the following:

A minimum "C+" grade in all of BIOL 2192, NURS 1209, 1260, 1261; and an "S" grade in NURS 1263. 


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NURS 2160, 2 credits

Nursing Skills III: Healing Assessment I

Effective Fall Semester 2017, the prerequisite(s) for this course will change to the following:

A minimum "C+" grade in all of BIOL 2192, NURS 1209, 1260, 1261; and an "S" grad in NURS 1263.

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NURS 2161, 3 credits

Nursing Knowledge II: Nursing Care of Adults

Effective Fall Semester 2017, the prerequisite(s) for this course will change to the following:

A minimum "C+" grade in all of BIOL 2192, NURS 1209, 1260, 1261; and an "S" grade in NURS 1263.

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NURS 2163, 3 credits

Nursing Knowledge III: Adult as Client I

Effective Fall Semester 2017, the prerequisite(s) for this course will change to the following:

A minimum "C+" grade in all of BIOL 2192, NURS 1209, 1260, 1261; and an "S" grade in NURS 1263.

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PHOT 2420, 3 credits

Small Business for Photographers

Effective Fall Semester 2017, the prerequisite(s) for this course will change to the following:

A minimum "C" grade in BUSM 1901 and MATH 1120.

Effective Fall Semester 2017, the corequisite(s) for this course will change to the following:

PHOT 2305, 2310, and 2320.

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PHOT 2475, 3 credits

Photographic Development

Effective Fall Semester 2017, the prerequisite(s) for this course will change to the following:

A minimum "C" grade in all of AHIS 1219, DSGN 1115, PHOT 2305, 2310, 2320, 2325, 2420, and 2425 (PHOT 2425 may be taken concurrently).

Effective Fall Semester 2017, the corequisite(s) for this course will change to the following:

PHOT 2485.

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PHOT 2485, 3 credits

Portfolio Development and Practicum

Effective Fall Semester 2017, the prerequisite(s) for this course will change to the following:

A minimum "C" grade in all of AHIS 1219, PHOT 1150, 2305, 2310, 2320, 2325, and 2420.

Effective Fall Semester 2017, the corequisite(s) for this course will change to the following:

BUSM 1902, PHOT 2425, 2475, and 2490.

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RECR 3230, 3 credits

Leadership and Management in Community Recreation

Effective Fall Semester 2017, the prerequisite(s) for this course will change to the following:

Completion of a minimum of 60 credits including 6 credits of university-transferable English or Communications with a minimum "C" grade and RECR 1160 with a minimum "C" grade; or permission of the department.

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RECR 3260, 3 credits

Managing Cultural Programming in the Community

Effective Fall Semester 2017, the prerequisite(s) for this course will change to the following:

Completion of a minimum of 60 credits including 6 credits of university-transferable English or Communications with a minimum "C" grade and RECR 1160 with a minimum "C" grade; or permission of the department.

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RECR 4150, 3 credits

Community Recreation Systems

Effective Fall Semester 2017, the prerequisite(s) for this course will change to the following:

Completion of a minimum of 60 credits including 6 credits of university-transferable English or Communications with a minimum "C" grade and RECR 1160 with a minimum "C" grade; or permission of the department.

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RECR 4270, 3 credits

Management of Recreation Facility Systems

Effective Fall Semester 2017, the prerequisite(s) for this course will change to the following:

Completion of a minimum of 60 credits including 6 credits of university-transferable English or Communications with a minimum "C" grade and RECR 1160 with a minimum "C" grade; or permission of the department.

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