Nov 29, 2016
As the countdown to the spring approaches, current Langara students are finalizing their schedules for the upcoming term.
If you are still considering what courses you would like to take this year or whether to add one more, there may still be time. Whether you want to earn that extra university-transfer credit or dabble in a new area of interest, we may just have a course for you.
Choose from a wide array of courses at all levels taught by award-winning instructors.
Places are still available in a range of subject areas including new courses and some that are only offered in spring.
New courses this term:
- AHIS 1219: Through the Lens – A Critical History of Photography (Alena Buis)
- CHEM 2100: Science Projects
- CLST 2276: Greek & Roman Art & Archeology (Jennifer Knapp)
- ENGL 1099: Writing & Communicating Effectively II (Shannon Meek)
- GEOG 1110: Intro Human Geography (Jenny Francis, Victoria Hodson)
- GEOG 2275: Applied Human Geography (Colin Mills)
- KINS 2370: Data Acquisition and Signal Processing
- LAMS 1102: Trouble in Paradise: Environmental Issues in Latin America (Ginette Dube)
- PHOT 1150: History of Photography Lab (Darren Bernaerdt) companion course to AHIS 1219
- SCIE 1114: Science Literacy (Patricia Aroca-Ouellette, Nathan Jones)
Courses only offered once a year in spring (next enrolment will be spring 2018)
- ASTR 1102: Introduction to Stars and Galaxies (Tryon Tsui)
- ASTR 3311: Exploring the Universe II – Stars and Galaxies (Tyron Tsui)
- CPSC 2211: Human-Computer Interaction (Bryan Green)
- CPSC 2301: Software Engineering (Ardeshir Bagheri)
- CPSC 2401: Digital Systems Design (Ardeshir Bagheri)
- DSGN 1200: Design Explorations II: The Designers - Form & Function
- ENGL 2223: Survey of English Literature I (Stefan Haag)
- ENGL 2224: Survey of English Literature II (Noel Currie)
- ENGL 2225: Canadian Literature (Debra Scott)
- ENGL 2233: Prose Fiction – The History of Sexuality in Literature (Erin Robb)
- ENGL 2235: American Literature (Mark Baker)
- ENGL 2236: Creative Writing – Prose Fiction (Jill Goldberg)
- ENGL 2237: Exploring Literature – The Beats: American Counterculture Literature of the 1950s and 1960s (Caroline Harvey)
- ENGL 2237: Exploring Literature – Classical Literature in Translation (Glenn Isaak)
- ENGL 2256: Creative Writing – Screen Writing (Aaron Bushkowsky)
- ENGL 2266: Creative Writing – Poetry (Roger Semmens)
- ENGL 2276: Recording and Writing the Holocaust Memoir* (Rachel Mines)
- ENGL 2530: Studies in Film: Film on Film (Documentaries) (Tanya Lewis)
- FREN 1219: French Language & Literature II (Farah Leplat)
- HIST 1155: History of the Family in Western Society (Sean Maschmann, Craig Keating)
- HIST 2252: History and Religion in Islamic Art (Niall Christie)
- MATH 2485: Numerical Analysis (Pichmony Anhaouy)
- PHYS 2323: Newtonian Mechanics (Bradley Hughes)
- PHYS 2409: Intermediate Experimental Physics II (Bradley Hughes)
- PSYC 2319: Psychology and Family (Shirley Louth)
*This course is the second half of a two-part series. Please check prerequisites before registering.
During registration, if you are trying to register in a course and it looks like there are no seats available, try to register anyway. Seats may not always show up as available, but they may still be available even in sections with waitlists.
We look forward to seeing you on campus in January.
About Langara College
Located in beautiful Vancouver, B.C., Canada, Langara College provides University, Career, and Continuing Studies education to more than 21,000 students annually. With more than 1,700 courses and 130 programs, Langara’s expansive academic breadth and depth allows students of all ages, backgrounds, and life stages to choose their own educational path. Langara is also known as house of teachings, a name given to it by the Musqueam people on whose unceded traditional territory the College is located.
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