Winter 2017 - Dual Credit Coure Offerings

Below you will find a list of courses and course descriptions along with links to each campus.

Course Code Ministry Code Course Title Campus Room Date Time
GNED 303 HSS4T Exploring Identity Progress TBD Tuesdays, Feb 14th-May 23rd 8:30-11:30
GS 150 JBD4T Pathways to Success Progress TBD Thurs Feb 16th-May 25th 8:30-11:30
ICAM 102 TUE4T Bakeshop Principles - Section 1 Progress TBD Tuesdays, Feb 14th-May 23rd 1:00-5:00
ICAM 102 TUE4T Bakeshop Principles - Section 2 Progress TBD Wednesday Feb 15th-May 24th 1:00-5:00
GNED 303 HSS4T Exploring Identity Progress TBD Tuesdays, Feb 14th-May 23rd 1:30-4:30
GNED 140 PPH4T Healthy Lifestyle Management Progress TBD Tuesdays, Feb 14th-May 23rd 1:30-4:30
GNED 303 BCF4T Exploring Customer Service Progress TBD Wednesday Feb 15th-May 24th 1:30-4:30
GNED 304 HCF4T Criminal Justice and Society Progress TBD Wednesday Feb 15th-May 24th 1:30-4:30
GNED 139 PHM4T Transcultural Health Progress TBD Wednesday Feb 15th-May 24th 1:30-4:30
MAKE 002 TXI4T Make Up Applications Progress TBD Wednesday Feb 15th-May 24th 1:30-4:30
Make 002 TXI4T Make Up Applications Progress TBD Tuesday Feb 14th-May 23rd 1:30-4:30
GNED 129 HBF4T Principles of Psychology Progress TBD Thursday Feb 16th-May 25th 1:30-4:30
ICAM101 TUI4T Culinary Techniques Progress TBD Thursday Feb 16th-May 25th 1:00-5:00
GNED 190   Growing Up Digital Progress TBD Thursday Feb 16th-May 25th 1:30-4:30
MKTG 116   Principles of Marketing Progress TBD Thursday Feb 16th-May 25th 1:30-4:30
GMD 205 IBS4T Web Design 1 Story Arts Centre TBD Tuesday Feb 14th-May 23rd 1:30-4:30
RT 111 TGL4T Camerawork 1+Editing Story Arts Centre TBD Thursday Feb 16th-May 25th 1:30-4:30
DACV 101 TTO4T Workplace Practice Ashtonbee TBD Thursday Feb 16th-May 25th 9:45-2:30
DACV 101 TTO4T Workplace Practice Ashtonbee TBD Thursday Feb 16th-May 25th 9:45-2:30
APST 090 TTM4T Automotive Measurements and Calculations Ashtonbee TBD Tuesday and Thursday Feb 28th-Apr 20th 12:30-4:30
APST 090 TTM4T Automotive Measurements and Calculations Ashtonbee TBD Tuesday and Thursday Apr 28th-Jun 15th 12:30-4:30

Course Descriptions

Criminal Justice and Society (GNED-304/HCF4T)

Location: Centennial College – Progress Campus
941 Progress Ave (east of Markham Road and south of Hwy 401)

42 Hours – Wednesdays, 1:30-4:30

This course examines the practices and procedures of the criminal justice system within the context of Canadian society. Students will explore criminal justice matters such as policing (interrogation and evidence collection), trial preparation and practices (evidence evaluation, plea-bargaining, juries) and individuals with legal power (prosecutors, defense lawyers, witnesses), linking them to social issues related to race, class and gender. Through case studies, students will also develop their critical analysis skills by evaluating a number of topics and their relation to the criminal justice system such as mental health, addition, youth crime, violence against women and psychopathy.

Make Up Application (MAKE 002/TXI4T)

Location: Centennial College – Progress Campus
941 Progress Ave (east of Markham Road and south of Hwy 401)

42 Hours – Wednesdays, 1:30-4:30

or

42 Hours – Tuesdays, 1:30-4:30

The students will develop an understanding of colour coordination and makeup application through theoretical lessons and practical workshops of professional makeup artistry. The students will learn basic makeup applications including: sporty/natural, office/business, and dramatic evening looks. The practical workshops will strengthen the theories learned, assist in developing artistic ability and enable the student to work confidently.

Principles of Marketing (MKTG 116/BME4T) - Winter 2016

Location: Centennial College – Progress Campus
941 Progress Ave (east of Markham Road and south of Hwy 401)

42 Hours – Thrusdays, 1:30-4:30

This is an introductory course which introduces students to the study of contemporary marketing. The course emphasizes the importance of a focus on the customer and the management of product/service, price, distribution, and promotion strategies within a dynamic business environment. The course will analyze the role of the marketing function as it relates to the overall success of an organization, develop an understanding of different customers, their purchasing behavior and supporting marketing research methods. Students will analyze external environmental factors (social, demographic, economic, technological, political/legal, competitive) and their impact on marketing activities.

Baking Principles and Practices (ICAM-102)

Location: Centennial College, Culinary Arts Centre across the road from the Progress campus
940 Progress Ave (east of Markham Road and south of Hwy 401)

56 hours Tuedays 1:00-5:00

or

56 hours Wednsdays 1:00-5:00

Through demonstration and skill development exercises the learner reviews and applies basic production principles and gains confidence in weighing ingredients, mixing doughs and preparing batters, fillings and icings. Students prepare, bake and finish specific sweet and savoury doughs, quick breads, cookies, pastries, custards, pies and laminated doughs.

Camera Work 1 + Editing (RT-111/AFI4T)

Location: Centennial College, Story Arts Centre

951 Carlaw Ave. (corner of Mortimer Ave, 1 block west of Pape Ave)

42 Hours – Thursdays, 1:30-4:30

This course introduces the theory and practical hands-on operation of digital video cameras that are used in the production of films, television programs and multi-platform storytelling. Students will acquire a level of comfort with camera set up and proper handling, learning to apply controls of all picture settings, especially lens choice, zooms, iris, shutter, gain, white balance, picture profiles, etc., in both documentary and drama formats. Students will also learn to apply basic principles of good sound recording for digital video.

Exploring Customer Service (GNED-160/BCF4T)

Location: Centennial College – Progress Campus
941 Progress Ave. (east of Markham Road and south of Hwy 401)

42 Hours – Wednesdays, 1:30-4:30

All employees provide service - to either internal or external customers. The skills that are required are the same for both. This course looks at customer service skills required to succeed in today's business environment. Students will learn how to apply customer service skills in both their professional and personal lives. This course identifies issues and suggests strategies to develop the skills to be successful in any career.  Providing service that consistently exceeds the customer's expectations is both challenging and rewarding. In many cases, competitors offer the same or similar products and services. A company's success rests on the customer service provided by its employees. This course is designed as a general education course that can be applied to most programs at college.

Exploring Identities, Values and Societal Trends (GNED-303/HSS4T)

Location: Centennial College – Progress Campus
941 Progress Ave. (east of Markham Road and south of Hwy 401)

42 Hours – Tuesdays, 8:30-11:30

42 Hours – Tuesdays, 1:30-4:30

This course will examine how identities shape and are shaped by the social relationships that we experience on a daily basis. Students will be asked to explore questions such as, “How do my interactions with my family and friends shape who I am?” and “How does being labeled a "youth" influence how other people treat me?” This course will also investigate the history of issues such as sexism, racism, and classism, and how they are used by modern societies to control populations. Through reflection, discussion, and a range of class activities, students will learn how to critically analyze the impact that social factors have on their personal identity.

Growing Up Digital, Living and Working in Canada (GNED 190/JGE4T)

Location: Centennial College – Progress Campus
941 Progress Ave (east of Markham Road and south of Hwy 401)

42 Hours – Thursdays, 1:30-4:30

This course looks at the internet and its role in shaping recent history and society. It examines the impact of digital media that empowers youth to communicate, learn, play, shop and work differently from previous generations. It also provides analytical tools to anticipate and act on what lies ahead in the future. This course is designed as a general education course that can be applied to most programs at college.

Healthy Lifestyle Management (GNED-140/PPH4T)

Location: Centennial College – Progress Campus
941 Progress Ave. (east of Markham Road and south of Hwy 401)

42 Hours – Thursdays, 1:30-4:30

College students are establishing patterns of living that may well affect their long-term health and well being. This course is an introduction to wellness and the process of behaviour change. The emphasis throughout the course is empowering students to take control of their personal health and lifestyle habits through deliberate choices and consistent effort that will establish lifelong patterns for overall health and well-being. It provides current facts and principles that provide the basis for incorporating physical activity and other healthy lifestyle practices into their daily lives. Information will be presented dealing with a variety of topics such as; the role exercise plays in overall health, behavioural change principles, high performance nutrition, sleep hygiene, ergonomics and back care. Topics related to wellness and diversity such as gender, age, income, disability, race and ethnicity will be highlighted throughout the course. Lab sessions will provide the opportunity to learn and practice a variety of activities that will enhance health and well-being.

Principles of Psychology (GNED-129/HBF4T) - Winter 2017

Location: Centennial College – Progress Campus
941 Progress Ave. (east of Markham Road and south of Hwy 401)

42 Hours – Thursdays, 1:30-4:30

This course is designed to introduce the learner to the theoretical and practical discipline of psychology. The goal of the course is to enable learners to view their lives and interactions from a psychological perspective, employing scientific methods and research information. We will explore the following sub-fields of psychology: biology, states of consciousness, learning, memory, motivation, personality, disorders, and treatment. We will view them through the lenses of the major perspectives of psychology: biological, psychodynamic, cognitive, behavioral and humanistic. Improving one’s well-being and social interaction will be part of our process, in class. This course will enable you to base your personal and world views more on scientific principles, rather than simple opinion.

Transcultural Health (GNED-139/PHM4T)

Location: Centennial College – Progress Campus
941 Progress Ave. (east of Markham Road and south of Hwy 401)

42 Hours – Wednesdays, 1:30-4:30

This course focuses on the discussion of health/illness concepts in relation to various cultural groups in Canada and Metro Toronto. Examination of attitudes, beliefs, values ad how these effect health care delivery will be discussed with an emphasis on cultural sensitivity and inclusion. Traditional healing systems and how they compare to western health practices will be investigated. Opportunities for role-playing, case studies and in-depth discussion will be provided.

Web Design 1 (GMD-205/IBS4T)

Location: Centennial College, Story Arts Centre

951 Carlaw Ave. (corner of Mortimer Ave, 1 block west of Pape Ave)

42 Hours – Tuesdays, 1:30-4:30

This course builds upon skills acquired in first and second semesters in design process classes and typography classes. Working on client based projects students will develop skills in graphic design for the web. An integral part of this course is design process and content creation for web based projects. Students learn methods of translating design principles between print and web applications. Course content may be delivered through lectures, in class exercises, assignments, discussions and critiques. This course includes visual, verbal and written components.

Work Place Practice (DACV-101/TTO4T)

Location: Centennial College – Ashtonbee campus
75 Ashtonbee Road (west of warden Ave and north of Eglinton Ave)
42 hours - Thursdays, 9:45-2:30

This course prepares the student/apprentice to work safely and competently in a typical shop environment. Specific instruction ranges from hand and precision tools through to service and diagnostic procedures related to routine mechanical devices such as seals and bearings. In addition, the student will be given an overview of legislative acts that regulate the industry. Upon successful completion of the course, the apprentice technician will be able to work safely, use tools and precision measuring tools competently along with an ability to use a basic oxy-acetylene setup up for cutting and heating processes. In addition, the student will be able to diagnose and make repair of seals and bearings in accordance with manufacturers’ recommendations.

This subject is an integral part of the Commercial Vehicle Curriculum for Level I Heavy Duty Equipment Apprentices.

Automotive Measurements and Calculations (APST-090/TTM4T

Location: Centennial College - Ashtonbee campus

75 Ashtonbee Road (west of warden Ave and north of Eglinton Ave) 

42 hours – Tuesdays and Thursdays, 12:30-4:30

This course introduces students to concepts and techniques of measuring and performing calculations in various areas of automobile technology, including Work Practices, Engines, Electrical, Drive Train and Suspensions/Steering & Brake systems. The students will be able to develop the skills to perform various measurements and mathematical calculations using formulas commonly used in the training of automotive service technician apprentices. Upon successful completion the student will have the ability to perform various measurements and perform mathematical calculations using formulas commonly used in the training of automotive service technician apprentices.

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