Academic and Career Preparation (ACP) Timetable Term 2 Spring [email protected] Cowichan Campus In order to enrol in these courses you must obtain a Permission to Register form. Drop-in Monday and Wednesday, 8:30 - 10:15 a.m., Tuesday 12:30 - 1:30 p.m. at the Welcome Centre. Once you obtain your Permission to Register, complete an Application for Admission and take both to the Registration Centre (8:30 am – 3:00 pm) to enrol. Registration for Term 3 starts March 2, 2015. There will be an Application Fee of $37.80 (non-refundable). Fees are $36.38 plus cost of books and supplies (prices vary): payment or sponsor letter due by February 2, 2015. To withdraw and receive a refund you must withdraw by January 16, 2015; if you need to withdraw and don’t want an F in your student record withdraw by February 27, 2015. Spring term no classes Monday, February 16 (Family Day) Issued: 19 January 2015 Term 1 Sept 8/14 – Dec 5/14 Block A Mon - Thurs English 037/047 8:30-10:30 English 067 Physics 047 J. Lord S. Fox S. Cheung Block B Chemistry 047 Mon - Thurs English 047/067 10:30-12:30 Math 011-016 Math 047 Math 065/066 K. Burns S. Fox J. Lord S. Cheung B. Darling Term 2 Jan 5/15 – Apr 2/15 English 037/047 Math 047 S. Fox S. Cheung Biology 067 Math 011 – 016 Math 041 Math 065/066 R. Alton J. Lord S. Cheung B. Darling Term 3 Apr 13/15 – June 19/15 9:00 am – 12:00 pm Biology 067 R. Alton English 011-016 J. Lord English 037/047 S. Fox Math 011 – 016J. J. Lord Math 041 B. Darling Math 065/066 S. Cheung Lunch Break Block C English 011-016 Mon - Thurs Math 030 1:30-3:30 Math 041 Biology 067 Mon/Thurs Tuesday 5:30 – 8:30 Block D Math 047 Mon/Thurs Tuesday J. Lord J. Robin B. Darling Chemistry 047 English 011 – 016 English 067 Math 030 Physics 067 J. Robin English 067 5:30 – 8:30 pm Mon/Thurs 5:30 – 7:30 pm Tuesday B. Darling 5:30 – 8:30 pm 5:30 – 7:30 pm R. Alton J. Lord S. Fox J. Robin S. Cheung A. Hilker 5:30 – 8:30 pm 5:30 – 7:30 pm 1:00 pm – 4:00 pm Chemistry 067 English 067 Math 030 Math 047 K. Burns S. Fox B. Darling S. Cheung Learning Center Monday – Thursday 12:30 – 2:30 pm Bob Darling Course Descriptions BIOL 067 Equivalent to Biology 12. Biology 067 covers human biology, basic genetics, and cell biology. This course is useful for other university and technical programs, especially the health sciences. MATH 041 Equivalent to Introductory Algebra 11. Basic algebra skills suitable for students with little or no previous knowledge of the subject. Provides good preparation for MATH 047. CHEM 047 Equivalent to Chemistry 11. This is a prerequisite for many technical and university programs. MATH 047 Equivalent to high school Principles of Math 11 and a prerequisite for many career/technical, and university programs. CHEM 067 Equivalent to high school Chemistry 12, and a prerequisite for post-secondary science courses. COST 020 Introduction to computers, designed primarily for students with little or no computer experience. Emphasizes keyboarding and word processing. COST 067 Practical study of computer applications and skills, and how to apply them to effectively solve problems in academic, work and personal lives. EDCP 030 The course emphasizes communication skills and education and career planning. Other topics may include: student success skills, interpersonal skills, job search skills, and critical thinking ENGL 037 This course covers vocabulary development, interpretative reading, and essay writing. It is equivalent to Grade 10 English. ENGL 047 Equivalent to English 11, focusing on essay writing, research, and some study of literature. Useful as preparation for the LPI exam. ENGL 067 Equivalent to English 12, focusing on the study of novels, short stories, poetry, drama, essay writing and research. A prerequisite for many technical and university courses. MATH 030 Grade 10 level math course which includes survey of math skills and introduction to metrics, area/volume, ratios, geometry and algebra. MATH 067 Equivalent to high school Principles of Math 12, and a required course for many business, technology, science and engineering programs. MATH 065 Principles of Math 12: Part I The first half of the provincial level pre-calculus course. Includes topics such as graphing, relations, linear and quadratic functions, and systems of equations. MATH 066 Principles of Math 12: Part II The second half of the provincial level pre-calculus course. Includes topics such as polynomials, trigonometry and trigonometrics, and logarithmic functions. Credit will only be granted for one of MATH 067 or MATH 066. MATH 069 This course is a primer to Calculus and is recommended for students entering business, science, and engineering programs. PHYS 047 Introductory physics course equivalent to Principles of Physics 11, which is a prerequisite for many technology, vocational, and university programs. PHYS 067 Equivalent to Principles of Physics 12, for students intending to take science courses in university or technical programs.
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