Course Information

for Advanced Level Department

 

Accounting Unit 1-1 (ACC101)

Credits:4

This is the course description

Accounting Unit 1 (ACC101R)

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Created for Regcosoft 11/24/2016

Accounting Unit 1-2 (ACC102)

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Accounting Unit 1 (ACC102R)

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Created for Regcosoft 11/24/2016

Accounting Unit 2-1 (ACC201)

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Accounting Unit 2 (ACC201R)

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Created for Regcosoft 11/24/2016

Accounting Unit 2-2 (ACC202)

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Accounting Unit 2 (ACC202R)

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Created Regcosoft 11/25/2016

Art Unit 1 -1 (ART101)

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Art Unit 1 (ART101R)

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Created Regcosoft 11/25/2016

Art Unit 1-2 (ART102)

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Art Unit 1 (ART102R)

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Created Regcosoft 11/25/2016

Art Unit 2-1 (ART201)

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Art Unit 2 (ART201R)

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Created Regcosoft 11/25/2016

Art Unit 2-2 (ART202)

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Art Unit 2 (ART202R)

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Created Regcosoft 11/25/2016

Biology Unit 1-1 (BIO101)

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Biology Unit 1 (BIO101R)

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Created for Regcosoft 11/25/2016

Biology Unit 1-2 (BIO102)

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Biology Unit 1 (BIO102R)

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Created for Regcosoft 11/29/2016

Biology Unit 2-1 (BIO201)

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Biology Unit 2 (BIO201R)

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Created for Regcosoft 11/25/2016

Biology Unit 2-2 (BIO202)

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Biology Unit 2 (BIO202R)

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Created for Regcosoft 11/25/2016

Caribbean Studies Unit 1-1 (CAR101)

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Caribbean Studies (CAR101R)

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Created for Regcosoft 24-Nov-2016

Caribbean Studies Unit 1-2 (CAR102)

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Caribbean Studies (CAR102R)

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Created for Regcosoft 24-Nov-2016

Chemistry Unit 1-1 (CHE101)

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Chemistry Unit 1 (CHE101R)

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Created for Regcosoft 11/25/2016

Chemistry Unit 1-2 (CHE102)

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Chemistry Unit 1 (CHE102R)

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Created for Regcosoft 11/25/2016

Chemistry Unit 2-1 (CHE201)

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Chemistry Unit 2 (CHE201R)

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Created for Regcosoft 11/25/2016

Chemistry Unit 2-2 (CHE202)

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Chemistry Unit 2 (CHE202R)

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Created for Regcosoft 11/25/2016

Information Technology Unit 1-1 (CIS101)

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Information Technology Unit 1-2 (CIS102)

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Introduction to Microcomputer Applications (CIS110R)

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Created for Regcosoft.

Information Technology Unit 2-1 (CIS201)

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Information Technology Unit 2-2 (CIS202)

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Communication Studies Unit 1-1 (COM101)

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Communications Studies (COM101R)

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Communication Studies Unit 1-2 (COM102)

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Communications Studies (COM102R)

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Created for Regcosoft 24-Nov-2016

Computer Science Unit 1-1 (CSC101)

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Computer Science Unit 1 (CSC101R)

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Created for Regcosoft 11/25/2016

Computer Science Unit 1-2 (CSC102)

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Computer Science Unit 1 (CSC102R)

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Created for Regcosoft 11/25/2016

Computer Science Unit 2-1 (CSC201)

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Computer Science Unit 2 (CSC201R)

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Created for Regcosoft 11/25/2016

Computer Science Unit 2-2 (CSC202)

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Computer Science Unit 2 (CSC202R)

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Created for Regcosoft 11/25/2016

Economics Unit 1 -1 (ECO101)

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Economics Unit 1 (ECO101R)

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Created for Regcosoft 11/25/2016

Economics Unit 1-2 (ECO102)

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Economics Unit 1 (ECO102R)

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Created for Regcosoft 11/25/2016

Economics Unit 2-1 (ECO201)

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Economics Unit 2 (ECO201R)

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Created for Regcosoft 11/25/2016

Economics Unit 2-2 (ECO202)

Credits:4

Economics Unit 2 (ECO202R)

Credits:4

Created for Regcosoft 11/25/2016

Basic Life Saving Skills (ELE100)

Credits:3

This course provides the framework for learning basic skills that may save a life or prevent further injury. The purpose of this course is to help participants identify and eliminate potentially hazardous conditions in their environment, recognize emergencies and make appropriate decisions for first aid care. It teaches skills that participants need to know in order to provide immediate care for a suddenly ill or injured person until more advanced medical care arrives to take over. Credits: 3 Prerequisites: None

Psychology Elective (ELE101)

Credits:3

Anthropology Elective (ELE102)

Credits:3

Anthropology is the study of human nature, society, and history. This course introduces students to the three fields of anthropology;physical anthropology, archaeology, and cultural anthropology—with focus on cultural anthropology. The course will highlight the comparative and cross-cultural perspectives of creative expression in societies. This course also seeks to illustrate that anthropology is among the most humanistic academic fields because of its fundamental respect for human diversity. The course material will be delivered using lectures, films, discussions and field trips exploring forms of lifestyles and practices throughout the world. Credits: 3 Prerequisites: None.

Physical Education Elective (ELE103)

Credits:3

Elective

Performing Arts Elective (ELE104)

Credits:3

Elective 201819

Introduction to Art (ELE105)

Credits:3

Elective 201819

Caribbean History (ELE106)

Credits:3

This course is a required course for all first year students in the ALevel Department who did not pass or take CSEC Caribbean History. This course does not affect the GPA. Students must pass this course to gain credits for graduation as of academic year 201819

Public Speaking (ELE107)

Credits:3

Life Skills (ELE108)

Credits:3

Literatures in English Unit 1-1 (ENG101)

Credits:4

The course is divided into two distinct sections. The first one on poetry is designed to provide students with an understanding of how poetry works, concentrating on poetic terms and a study of how those terms affect the meaning of a poem. It includes reinforcement of critical areas of grammar and mechanics as well, including a study of subject-verb agreement and the comma. The second area concentrates on the terms and language used in drama, and focuses on the study of a Shakespeare comedy or history play, with particular emphasis on acting. Prerequisites: CSEC English A and English B (or their equivalent

Literatures in English Unit 1 (ENG101R)

Credits:4

Created for Regcosoft 24-Nov-2016

Literatures in English Unit 1-2 (ENG102)

Credits:4

The course is divided into two distinct sections. The first one on poetry is designed to provide students with an understanding of how poetry works, concentrating on poetic terms and a study of how those terms affect the meaning of a poem. It includes reinforcement of critical areas of grammar and mechanics as well, including a study of subject-verb agreement and the comma. The second area concentrates on the terms and language used in drama, and focuses on the study of a Shakespeare comedy or history play, with particular emphasis on acting. Prerequisites: CSEC English A and English B (or their equivalent)

Literatures in English Unit 1 (ENG102R)

Credits:4

Created for Regcosoft 24-Nov-2016

Literatures in English Unit 2-1 (ENG201)

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Literatures in English Unit 2 (ENG201R)

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Literatures in English Unit 2-2 (ENG202)

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Literatures in English Unit 2 (ENG202R)

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Created for Regcosoft 24-Nov-2016

Entrepreneurship Unit 1-1 (ENT101)

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Entrepreneurship Unit 1-2 (ENT102)

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Entrepreneurship Unit 2-1 (ENT201)

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Entrepreneurship Unit 2-2 (ENT202)

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Environmental Science Unit 1-1 (ENV101)

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Environmental Science Unit 1 (ENV101R)

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Created for Regcosoft 11/25/2016

Environmental Science Unit 1-2 (ENV102)

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Environmental Science Unit 1 (ENV102R)

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Created for Regcosoft 11/25/2016

Environmental Science Unit 2-1 (ENV201)

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Environmental Science Unit 2 (ENV201R)

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Created for Regcosoft 11/25/2016

Environmental Science Unit 2-2 (ENV202)

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Environmental Science Unit 2 (ENV202R)

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Created for Regcosoft 11/25/2016

French Unit 1-1 (FRE101)

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French Unit 1 (FRE101R)

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Created for Regcosoft 11/25/2016

French Unit 1-2 (FRE102)

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French Unit 1 (FRE102R)

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Created for Regcosoft 11/25/2016

French Unit 2-1 (FRE201)

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French Unit 2 (FRE201R)

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Created for Regcosoft 11/25/2016

French Unit 2-2 (FRE202)

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French Unit 2 (FRE202R)

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Created for Regcosoft 11/25/2016

Geography Unit 1-1 (GEO101)

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Geography Unit 1 (GEO101R)

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Created for Regcosoft 11/25/2016

Geography Unit 1-2 (GEO102)

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Geography Unit 1 (GEO102R)

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Created for Regcosoft 11/25/2016

Geography Unit 2-1 (GEO201)

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Geography Unit 2 (GEO201R)

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Created for Regcosoft 11/25/2016

Geography Unit 2-2 (GEO202)

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Geography Unit 2 (GEO202R)

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Created for Regcosoft 11/25/2016

Green Engineering Unit 1-1 (GRE101)

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Green Engineering Unit 1-2 (GRE102)

Credits:4

Green Engineering Unit 2-1 (GRE201)

Credits:4

Green Engineering Unit 2-2 (GRE202)

Credits:4

History Unit 1-1 (HIS101)

Credits:4

This one-year, 8-credit course comprises three Modules, each requiring at least 40 contact hours over a period of approximately 10 weeks. The total contact time is expected to be 120 hours. The Caribbean Atlantic World is designed to enhance students' knowledge about the indigenous groups' social, political and economic activities in the pre and post Columbus era. Via lectures, research, guided discussions, and a range of other interactive sessions, this first-year course also aims to highlight various forms of slave resistance (including St. Domingue's struggle for independence) and their impact in the Americas and the Metropolis. The introduction of other races and Cuba's transformation from American domination to the Castro's socialist policies will also be examined. The syllabus closes with the region's challenges to integrate and the ever-fighting spirit of nationalism permeating the Americas CSEC History

History Unit 1 (HIS101R)

Credits:4

Created for Regcosoft 11/25/2016

History Unit 1-2 (HIS102)

Credits:4

This one-year course is designed to enhance students' knowledge about the indigenous groups' social, political and economic activities in the pre and post Columbus era. it also aims to highlight the various forms of slave resistance (including St. Domingue's struggle for independence) and their impact in the Americas and the Metropolis. The introduction of other races and Cuba's transformation from American domination to the Castro's socialist policies will also be examined. The syllabus closes with the region's challenges to integrate and the ever-fighting spirit of nationalism permeating the Americas. Prequisites: CSEC History

History Unit 1 (HIS102R)

Credits:4

Created for Regcosoft 11/25/2016

History Unit 2-1 (HIS201)

Credits:4

This one-year course is designed to enhance students' knowledge about the socio-economic and political consequences of the trade in goods and humans in Africa with Europe, which help bolstered the Industrial Revolution while simultaneously stifling the economies of downtrodden nations. Students will also evaluate the factors that contributed to the emergence of the USA as an industrial power and the impact of this development. European settlement and rivalry in the Americas, concept of European Enlightenment and the causes of the American and French revolutions will be examined too. Students will critically assess the concept of Manifest Destiny and its implications for US expansionism up to 1917 and also examine the process of independence and attempts at national development in either Brazil or Venezuela in the 19th century. The syllabus closes with an in-depth examination of the triggers of World Wars I and II, causes and aftermath of the Russian Revolution, Nazism in Germany up to 1945 and a look at the renowned figures of Mandela and Gandhi and their liberation and nationalist movements. Prerequisites: HIS101 and HIS102

History Unit 2 (HIS201R)

Credits:0

Created for Regcosoft 11/25/2016

History Unit 2-2 (HIS202)

Credits:4

This one-year course is designed to enhance students' knowledge about the socio-economic and political consequences of the trade in goods and humans in Africa with Europe, which help bolstered the Industrial Revolution while simultaneously stifling the economies of downtrodden nations. Students will also evaluate the factors that contributed to the emergence of the USA as an industrial power and the impact of this development. European settlement and rivalry in the Americas, concept of European Enlightenment and the causes of the American and French revolutions will be examined too. Students will critically assess the concept of Manifest Destiny and its implications for US expansionism up to 1917 and also examine the process of independence and attempts at national development in either Brazil or Venezuela in the 19th century. The syllabus closes with an in-depth examination of the triggers of World Wars I and II, causes and aftermath of the Russian Revolution, Nazism in Germany up to 1945 and a look at the renowned figures of Mandela and Gandhi and their liberation and nationalist movements. Prerequisites: HIS101 and HIS102

History Unit 2 (HIS202R)

Credits:4

Created for Regcosoft 11/25/2016

Law Unit 1-1 (LAW101)

Credits:4

Law Unit 1-2 (LAW102)

Credits:4

Law Unit 1 (LAW102R)

Credits:4

Created for Regcosoft 24-Nov-2016

Law Unit 2-1 (LAW201)

Credits:4

Law Unit 2 (LAW201R)

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Created for Regcosoft 24-Nov-2016

Law Unit 2-2 (LAW202)

Credits:4

Law Unit 2 (LAW202R)

Credits:4

Created for Regcosoft 24-Nov-2016

CSEC Mathematics I (MAT099A)

Credits:3

CSEC Mathematics II (MAT099B)

Credits:3

Pure Mathematics Unit 1-1 (MAT101)

Credits:4

Additional Math I (MAT101A)

Credits:3

Integrated Mathematics Unit 1-1 (MAT101N)

Credits:4

Pure Mathematics Unit 1 (MAT101R)

Credits:4

Created for Regcosoft 11/25/2016

Pure Mathematics Unit 1-2 (MAT102)

Credits:4

Additonal Math II (MAT102A)

Credits:3

Integrated Mathematics Unit 1-2 (MAT102N)

Credits:4

Pure Mathematics Unit 1 (MAT102R)

Credits:4

Created for Regcosoft 11/25/2016

Pure Mathematics Unit 2-1 (MAT201)

Credits:4

Pure Mathematics Unit 2 (MAT201R)

Credits:4

Created for Regcosoft 11/25/2016

Pure Mathematics Unit 2-2 (MAT202)

Credits:4

Pure Mathematics Unit 2 (MAT202R)

Credits:4

Created for Regcosoft 11/25/2016

Applied Math Unit 1-1 (MAT211)

Credits:4

Statistical Analysis (MAT211R)

Credits:4

Created for Regcosoft 11/25/2016

Applied Math Unit 1-2 (MAT212)

Credits:4

Applied Math Unit 1 (MAT212R)

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Created for Regcosoft 11/25/2016

Applied Math Unit 2-1 (MAT213)

Credits:4

Applied Math Unit 2 (MAT213R)

Credits:4

Created for Regcosoft 12/1/2016

Applied Math Unit 2-2 (MAT214)

Credits:4

Applied Math Unit 2 (MAT214R)

Credits:4

Created for Regcosoft 11/25/2016

Management of Business Unit 1-1 (MGT101)

Credits:4

Management of Business focuses on the theories, principles and procedures involved in managing a successful business enterprise. This course will help students to develop an understanding of the integrated nature of business organisations and the environment in which they operate. The course will also provide opportunities for the acquisition of prerequisite knowledge and skills necessary for students to function not only in existing business organisations, but also as successful entrepreneurs.

Management of Business Unit 1-1 (MGT101R)

Credits:4

Created for Regcosoft 11/25/2016

Management of Business Unit 1-2 (MGT102)

Credits:4

Management of Business Unit 1-2 (MGT102R)

Credits:4

Created for Regcosoft 11/25/2016

Management of Business Unit 2-1 (MGT201)

Credits:4

Management of Business Unit 2-1 (MGT201R)

Credits:4

Created for Regcosoft 11/25/2016

Management of Business Unit 2-2 (MGT202)

Credits:4

Management of Business Unit 2-2 (MGT202R)

Credits:4

Created for Regcosoft 11/25/2016

Performing Arts Unit 1-1 (PER101)

Credits:4

Performing Arts Unit 1-2 (PER102)

Credits:4

Performing Arts Unit 2-1 (PER201)

Credits:4

Performing Arts Unit 2-2 (PER202)

Credits:4

Physical Education and Sport Unit 1-1 (PES101)

Credits:4

Physical Education and Sport Unit 1-2 (PES102)

Credits:4

Physical Education and Sport Unit 2-1 (PES201)

Credits:4

Physical Education and Sport Unit 2-2 (PES202)

Credits:4

Physics Unit 1-1 (PHY101)

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Physics Unit 1 (PHY101R)

Credits:4

Created for Regcosoft 11/25/2016

Physics Unit 1-2 (PHY102)

Credits:4

Physics Unit 1 (PHY102R)

Credits:4

Created for Regcosoft 11/25/2016

Physics Unit 2-1 (PHY201)

Credits:4

Physics Unit 2 (PHY201R)

Credits:4

Created for Regcosoft 11/30/2016

Physics Unit 2-2 (PHY202)

Credits:4

Physics Unit 2 (PHY202R)

Credits:4

Created for Regcosoft 11/30/2016

Politics and Government Unit 1-1 (POL101)

Credits:4

Politics and Government Unit 1 (POL101R)

Credits:4

Created for Regcosoft 11/25/2016

Politics and Government Unit 1-2 (POL102)

Credits:4

Politics and Government Unit 1 (POL102R)

Credits:4

Created for Regcosoft 11/25/2016

Politics and Government Unit 2-1 (POL201)

Credits:4

Politics and Government Unit 2 (POL201R)

Credits:4

Created for Regcosoft 11/25/2016

Politics and Government Unit 2-2 (POL202)

Credits:4

Politics and Government Unit 2 (POL202R)

Credits:4

Created for Regcosoft 11/25/2016

Food and Nutrition Unit 1-1 (SCI101)

Credits:4

Food and Nutrition Unit 1 (SCI101R)

Credits:4

Created for Regcosoft 11/28/2016

Food and Nutrition Unit 1-2 (SCI102)

Credits:4

Food and Nutrition Unit 1 (SCI102R)

Credits:4

Created for Regcosoft 11/28/2016

Food and Nutrition Unit 2-1 (SCI201)

Credits:4

Food and Nutrition Unit 2 (SCI201R)

Credits:4

Created for Regcosoft 11/28/2016

Food and Nutrition Unit 2-2 (SCI202)

Credits:4

Food and Nutrition Unit 2 (SCI202R)

Credits:4

Created for Regcosoft 11/28/2016

Sociology Unit 1-1 (SOC101)

Credits:4

This course is designed to provide students with vital and relevant knowledge and skills of mainstream Caribbean Sociology for understanding and analysing Caribbean social reality. Additionally, it introduces students to various theories and research methods, the sociological perspectives and processes of social structural change with specific emphasis on the development and transformation of social institutions using a practical problem-centered approach to sociological phenomena.

Sociology Unit 1 (SOC101R)

Credits:4

Created for Regcosoft 24-Nov-2016

Sociology Unit 1-2 (SOC102)

Credits:4

Sociology Unit 1 (SOC102R)

Credits:4

Created for Regcosoft 24-Nov-2016

Sociology Unit 2-1 (SOC201)

Credits:4

Sociology Unit 2-2 (SOC202)

Credits:4

Spanish Unit 1-1 (SPA101)

Credits:4

Spanish Unit 1 (SPA101R)

Credits:4

Created for Regcosoft 11/28/2016

Spanish Unit 1-2 (SPA102)

Credits:4

Spanish Unit 1 (SPA102R)

Credits:4

Created for Regcosoft 11/28/2016

Spanish Unit 2-1 (SPA201)

Credits:4

Spanish Unit 2 (SPA201R)

Credits:4

Created for Regcosoft 11/28/2016

Spanish Unit 2-2 (SPA202)

Credits:4

Spanish Unit 2 (SPA202R)

Credits:4

Created for Regcosoft 11/28/2016

Tourism Unit 1-1 (TSM101)

Credits:4

Tourism Unit 1-2 (TSM102)

Credits:4

Tourism Unit 2-1 (TSM201)

Credits:4

Tourism Unit 2-2 (TSM202)

Credits:4