Online Courses

**These courses have been confirmed and are available during the following semesters. Course not marked by ** have not yet been confirmed.

 

Spring Semester (January 10 - April 27, 2012)

First year courses (choose from the following courses):

  • ANTH  101 Introduction to Anthropology
  • COMM 111 Introduction to Communications **
  • PSYC 105 Introduction to Psychology **
  • PSYC 106 Introduction to Psychology **
  • RELS 102 Intro to New Testament syllabus **
  • RELS 160 Intro to Theology (online independent study for RELS major/minors only)
  • SAMC 110  Introduction to Fine Arts
  • WRTG 100 Intro to Writing **

Second, Third & Fourth Year Courses:

  • BIOL 350 Brain & Behaviour**
  • COMM 351 - 359 Communications Practicum (students who are not COMM majors may choose to do a communications practicum if their work or volunteer experience fits. ie. marketing/sales/communications); Varied lengths of time; any where in the world  **
  • HIST 371 History of Africa since 1500
  • HIST 381 History of the Modern Middle East **
  • PSYC/LDRS 330 Leadership in Organizations & Small Groups **
  • PSYC 350 Brain & Behaviour **
  • PSYC 490 Personhood **

Summer Sessions (April 30 - Aug 31, 2012 or otherwise listed)

  • ANTH  101 Introduction to Anthropology
  • COMM 111 Introduction to Communications 
  • HIST 111 History of Western Civilization (April 30 - June 22) **
  • HIST 107 World History to 1750
  • PHIL 105 Intro. to Philosophy (July 3 - August 10)**
  • PSYC 105 Introduction to Psychology**
  • PSYC 106 Introduction to Psychology**
  • RELS 101 Intro to Old Testament **
  • RELS 102 Intro to New Testament (8, 6 or 4 Week formats) **
  • SAMC 110  Introduction to Fine Arts

Second, Third & Four Year Courses

  • BIOL 350 Brain & Behaviour (April 30 - August 10) **
  • COMM 302 Cross-Cultural Communication (This course can be taken also as ANTH or LING)
  • COMM 351 - 359 Communications Practicum (students who are not COMM majors may choose to do a communications practicum if their work or volunteer experience fits. ie. marketing/sales/communications); Varied lengths of time; any where in the world
  • HIST 251 The United States to 1865 (July 3 - August 10)**
  • HIST 424 History of World War II (April 30 - June 22) **
  • HKIN 190 Concepts of P.E. (April 30 - June 15 with required Wed evening labs at TWU gym) **
  • LING 305 The Grammar of English for TESOL
  • LING 483 Language Program Design & Management (June 11 - Aug 10)**
  • POLS 234 Canadian Government & Politics (April 30 - June 22) **
  • PSYC/SOCI 207 Data Analysis (Statistics)
  • PSYC 215 Lifespan Development
  • PSYC 322 Research Methods
  • PSYC 350 Brain & Behaviour (April 30 - August 10) **
  • PSYC 490 Personhood (IDIS equiv) (May 28 - June 22) **
  • RELS 320 Dead Sea Scrolls (May 28 - June 22)**
  • RELS 489 Shroud of Turin (April 30 - Aug. 10) **
  • SOCI 252 Contemporary Social Issues
  • SOCI 335 Social Theory

Fall Semester (September 5 - December 17, 2012)

First year courses (choose from the following courses):

  • ANTH  101 Introduction to Anthropology**
  • COMM 111 Introduction to Communications 
  • PSYC 105 Introduction to Psychology **
  • PSYC 106 Introduction to Psychology **
  • RELS 102 Intro to New Testament syllabus **
  • RELS 160 Intro to Theology (online independent study for RELS major/minors only)
  • SAMC 110  Introduction to Fine Arts

Second, Third & Fourth Year Courses:

  • BIOL 350 Brain & Behaviour**
  • COMM 351 - 359 Communications Practicum (students who are not COMM majors may choose to do a communications practicum if their work or volunteer experience fits. ie. marketing/sales/communications); Varied lengths of time; any where in the world
  • HIST 371 History of Africa since 1500 **
  • HIST 381 History of the Modern Middle East
  • PSYC 350 Brain & Behaviour**
  • PSYC 490 Personhood**

*The courses listed here are subject to change.

Can't see the course you need?
Email: Jonathan Barkowsky at barkowsky@twu.ca if you have questions about these courses.