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Start Dates

  • January 07, 2020
Course Delivery

  • Flexclass

For information on Tuition & Fees for Academic Upgrading courses, please click on the 'Course Tuitions' tab and the 'Other Fees' tab.

Program Description

We acknowledge that the land on which we offer this program is the traditional territories of the Blackfoot and the people of the Treaty 7 region in Southern Alberta, and is also home of Metis Nation of Alberta, Region III.  

Get the courses you need to enter post-secondary school. There is no fee to apply for the program, and you will receive help through every step of the way. The topics of tradition, culture, and community are an integral part of teaching. You'll also receive support from Elders at the Iniikokaan Centre. Enjoy flexible hours, too: choose to take either full-time or part-time studies.

 

Mission statement:

The Aboriginal Upgrading program at Bow Valley College is designed to provide Indigenous learners with an educational experience that integrates Indigenous knowledge, traditions, and values. The program is committed to providing flexible delivery for students in order to respond to the academic success and wellbeing of learners. The program builds and sustains relationships founded on reciprocity among students, faculty, and the broader community.

The outcomes of the Aboriginal Upgrading program are:

    • Success: To help students strengthen their self-esteem and build on skills that support their success in academics and their future goal
    • Cultural identity:
                          To strengthen students cultural identities through various activities, such as ceremonies, friendship circles, culturally based field trips, as well as building relationships with and learning from Elders and Knowledge Keepers throughout the community
                         To provide opportunities for students to participate in off-site cultural, civic and environmental activities both within and beyond Indigenous communities
                         To maintain a learning environment that supports a sense of place and belonging, and that reflects Indigenous cultural values and perspectives
                         To increase knowledge and understanding of Indigenous history, traditions and cultures for all learners at Bow Valley College and the larger community
                         To provide balanced learning opportunities that reflect Indigenous ways of knowing
    • Mentoring: To facilitate peer and faculty mentoring opportunities
    • Community connection: To increase Indigenous learners’ connection to their communities and to celebrate individual and collective successes
    • Bridging: To support students in successful transitions from Aboriginal Upgrading to their next goals
 

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April Bellegarde
Room S1111, South Campus
345 - 6 Avenue SE
403-476-2256
abellegarde@bowvalleycollege.ca


Admission Requirements

  • Transcripts for high school courses successfully completed in Canada within the last five years; or

Prospective Student Centre

April Bellegarde
Room S1111, South Campus
345 - 6 Avenue SE
403-476-2256
abellegarde@bowvalleycollege.ca

Course Listing


Aboriginal Program Courses

In this course students will continue to develop reading comprehension skills and strategies. Students will compare and contrast texts, develop vocabulary, and critically analyze information. Students will read a variety of texts including poetry, short stories, novels, and non-fiction. This course prepares students for Reading 5.
Prerequisites: D in READ0103

Course Delivery
Flexclass A course delivery mode where learners work at a college location but at their own pace and at times of their own choosing within available instructional support hours. Scheduled exams may be required.

In this course students critically analyze plot and characters, compare and contrast texts, as well as recognize and discuss an author's viewpoint. Students will read and respond to a variety of materials including media, novels, short stories and non-fiction. This course prepares students for English Language Arts 10-1 and 10-2.
Prerequisites: D in ENGL0704 or D in READ0104

Course Delivery
Flexclass A course delivery mode where learners work at a college location but at their own pace and at times of their own choosing within available instructional support hours. Scheduled exams may be required.

This course continues to build on and increases students' writing skills. Students will write narrative and expository paragraphs incorporating proper spelling, grammar, and punctuation. This course prepares students for Writing 5.
Prerequisites: D in WRIT0103

Course Delivery
Flexclass A course delivery mode where learners work at a college location but at their own pace and at times of their own choosing within available instructional support hours. Scheduled exams may be required.

In this course students continue to develop their writing skills to write clear, concise, and correct descriptive, narrative, and expository paragraphs. Students will also research, plan, and write an expository essay. This course prepares students for English Language Arts 10-1 and 10-2.
Prerequisites: D in ENGL0704 or D in WRIT0104

Course Delivery
Flexclass A course delivery mode where learners work at a college location but at their own pace and at times of their own choosing within available instructional support hours. Scheduled exams may be required.

Language Arts 4 is a literacy course that prepares students to read and write in academic and real-world contexts. Learners are exposed to a variety of texts such as non-fiction, short stories, multimedia, and audio/visual presentations in order to build comprehension strategies. Learners engage with texts through skill-building tasks in order to enhance communication skills. This course prepares learners for Language Arts 5.
Prerequisite: D in READ0103 and D in WRIT0103

Course Delivery
In Class A course delivery mode where learning activity is scheduled and takes place in a classroom or similar setting at a college facility. May include lecture, laboratory, and seminar components. Flexclass A course delivery mode where learners work at a college location but at their own pace and at times of their own choosing within available instructional support hours. Scheduled exams may be required.

Language Arts 5 is a literacy course that continues to prepare students to read and write in academic and real-world contexts. Learners are exposed to a variety of texts such as non-fiction, short stories, multimedia, and audio/visual presentations in order to build comprehension strategies. Learners engage with texts through skill-building tasks. Learners will develop strategies of organization, problem-solving, and critical thinking. This course prepares learners for English Language Arts 10-1/-2.
Prerequisite: D in ENGL0704 or D in READ0104 and D in WRIT0104

Course Delivery
In Class A course delivery mode where learning activity is scheduled and takes place in a classroom or similar setting at a college facility. May include lecture, laboratory, and seminar components. Flexclass A course delivery mode where learners work at a college location but at their own pace and at times of their own choosing within available instructional support hours. Scheduled exams may be required.

This is an Alberta Education credit course. Students explore and respond to novels or book-length nonfiction, film, Shakespearean plays, poetry, and short stories. Students write personal, critical, and analytical response to texts. This course prepares students for English Language Arts 20-1. The -1 stream helps students develop skills needed to write and critically analyze literature and nonfiction.
Prerequisite: B in ENGL0705 or B in READ0105 and B WRIT0105

Course Delivery
Flexclass A course delivery mode where learners work at a college location but at their own pace and at times of their own choosing within available instructional support hours. Scheduled exams may be required.

This is an Alberta Education credit course. Students explore and respond to novels or book-length nonfiction, film, modern plays, poetry, popular nonfictions, and short stories. Students write personal and critical response to contexts and texts. This course prepares students for English Language Arts 20-2. The -2 stream helps students improve functional and critical reading and writing skills.
Prerequisite: D in ENGL0705 or D in READ0105 and D WRIT0105

Course Delivery
Flexclass A course delivery mode where learners work at a college location but at their own pace and at times of their own choosing within available instructional support hours. Scheduled exams may be required. In Class A course delivery mode where learning activity is scheduled and takes place in a classroom or similar setting at a college facility. May include lecture, laboratory, and seminar components.

This is an Alberta Education credit course. Students explore and respond to novels, film, Shakespearean plays, modern drama, poetry, essays, and short stories. Students write personal, critical, and persuasive response to texts, literary texts, and prose. This course prepares students for English Language Arts 30-1. The -1 stream helps students develop skills needed to write and critically analyze literature and nonfiction.
Prerequisite: C- in English 10-1 or B in English 20-2

Course Delivery
Flexclass A course delivery mode where learners work at a college location but at their own pace and at times of their own choosing within available instructional support hours. Scheduled exams may be required.

This is an Alberta Education credit course. Students explore and respond to novels, film or book-length nonfiction, modern plays, poetry, and short stories. Students write personal, critical, and persuasive response to contexts, prose, and non-print texts. This course prepares students for English Language Arts 30-2. The -2 stream helps students improve functional and critical reading and writing skills.
Prerequisite: D in English 10-2

Course Delivery
Flexclass A course delivery mode where learners work at a college location but at their own pace and at times of their own choosing within available instructional support hours. Scheduled exams may be required. In Class A course delivery mode where learning activity is scheduled and takes place in a classroom or similar setting at a college facility. May include lecture, laboratory, and seminar components.

This is an Alberta Education Diploma credit course. Students read and respond to novels, film or modern plays, Shakespearean plays, poetry, short stories, and popular nonfiction. Students write personal, persuasive, and critical response to literary texts, prose, and other texts. The -1 stream helps students develop skills needed to write and critically analyze literature and nonfiction.
Prerequisite: C- in ELA2105

Course Delivery
Any-time Online A course delivery mode where learning activity takes place at times and locations of the learners own choosing through the use of online communications technologies. Learners are NOT required to participate in any scheduled learning activities, but scheduled exams may be required. Flexclass A course delivery mode where learners work at a college location but at their own pace and at times of their own choosing within available instructional support hours. Scheduled exams may be required. In Class A course delivery mode where learning activity is scheduled and takes place in a classroom or similar setting at a college facility. May include lecture, laboratory, and seminar components.

This is an Alberta Education Diploma credit course. Students explore and respond to novels or book-length nonfiction, film, modern plays, poetry, essays and short stories. Students write personal, critical, and persuasive response to contexts, prose, and non-print texts. The -2 stream helps students improve functional and critical reading and writing skills.
Prerequisite: D in English 20-2 or English 20-1

Course Delivery
Any-time Online A course delivery mode where learning activity takes place at times and locations of the learners own choosing through the use of online communications technologies. Learners are NOT required to participate in any scheduled learning activities, but scheduled exams may be required. Flexclass A course delivery mode where learners work at a college location but at their own pace and at times of their own choosing within available instructional support hours. Scheduled exams may be required. In Class A course delivery mode where learning activity is scheduled and takes place in a classroom or similar setting at a college facility. May include lecture, laboratory, and seminar components.

In this course students study the Aboriginal Perspective on oral tradition, worldview, traditional societies, contact, and cultural exchange. This course highlights current issues, art, and literature in Aboriginal cultures.

Course Delivery
Flexclass A course delivery mode where learners work at a college location but at their own pace and at times of their own choosing within available instructional support hours. Scheduled exams may be required.

In this course students study Aboriginal history and culture change in Canada. This course highlights the Aboriginal way of life, the effect of colonization, the Metis and Inuit struggles, treaties, assimilation, and education.

Course Delivery
Flexclass A course delivery mode where learners work at a college location but at their own pace and at times of their own choosing within available instructional support hours. Scheduled exams may be required.

In this course students study contemporary Aboriginal issues including inherent rights, traditional governance, Aboriginal rights and self-government, land claims, communities in today's society, and world issues.

Course Delivery
Flexclass A course delivery mode where learners work at a college location but at their own pace and at times of their own choosing within available instructional support hours. Scheduled exams may be required.

This is an Alberta Education credit course. Students will explore historical aspects of globalization, the effects of globalization on lands, cultures, human rights and quality of life. Through multiple perspectives students examine the effects of globalization on peoples in Canada and beyond, including the impact on Aboriginal and Francophone communities. Students will develop skills to respond to issues emerging in an increasingly globalized world.
Prerequisites: C- in ENGL0705 or C- in READ0105 and C- in WRIT0105

Course Delivery
Flexclass A course delivery mode where learners work at a college location but at their own pace and at times of their own choosing within available instructional support hours. Scheduled exams may be required. In Class A course delivery mode where learning activity is scheduled and takes place in a classroom or similar setting at a college facility. May include lecture, laboratory, and seminar components.

This is an Alberta Education credit course. Students will explore the complexities of nationalism in Canadian and international contexts. The course covers the origins of nationalism and the influence of nationalism on regional, international and global relations. Through multiple perspectives students develop understandings of nationalism and how nationalism contributes to the citizenship and identities of people in Canada. This course prepares students for Social Studies 30-1.
Prerequisites: C- in SST1772

Course Delivery
Flexclass A course delivery mode where learners work at a college location but at their own pace and at times of their own choosing within available instructional support hours. Scheduled exams may be required.

This is an Alberta Education credit course. Students will examine historical and contemporary understandings of nationalism in Canada and the world, the origins of nationalism as well as the impacts of nationalism on individuals and communities in Canada and beyond. Students examine examples of nationalism, ultranationalism, supranationalism and internationalism from multiple perspectives. Students will develop personal and civic responses to emergent issues related to nationalism. This course prepares students for Social Studies 30-2.
Prerequisites: D in SST1772

Course Delivery
Flexclass A course delivery mode where learners work at a college location but at their own pace and at times of their own choosing within available instructional support hours. Scheduled exams may be required.

This is an Alberta Education diploma credit course. Students will explore the origins and complexities of ideologies and examine multiple perspectives regarding the principles of classical and modern liberalism. Students analyze various political and economic systems assess the viability of the principles of liberalism. Developing understandings of the roles and responsibilities associated with citizenship encourages students to respond to emergent global issues.
Prerequisites: C- in SST2771

Course Delivery
Flexclass A course delivery mode where learners work at a college location but at their own pace and at times of their own choosing within available instructional support hours. Scheduled exams may be required.

This is an Alberta Education diploma credit course. Students will examine the origins, values and components of competing ideologies. They will explore multiple perspectives regarding relationships among individualism, liberalism, common good and collectivism. Students examine various political and economic systems to determine the viability of the values of liberalism. Developing understandings of the roles and responsibilities associated with citizenship will encourage students to respond to emergent global issues.
Prerequisites: C- in SST2772 or D in SST2771

Course Delivery
Flexclass A course delivery mode where learners work at a college location but at their own pace and at times of their own choosing within available instructional support hours. Scheduled exams may be required.

This course teaches students basic level math skills. Students will learn addition, multiplication, and fractions. Students also work with word problems. This course prepares students for Basic Math 2.

Course Delivery
In Class A course delivery mode where learning activity is scheduled and takes place in a classroom or similar setting at a college facility. May include lecture, laboratory, and seminar components.

This course teaches students basic math skills. Students develop skills in basic operations, and learn rounding, graphs, fractions, decimals, ratio and proportion, and percent. This course prepares students for Basic Math 3.
Prerequisites: C- in MATH0701, D in READ0102, D in WRIT0102

Course Delivery
Flexclass A course delivery mode where learners work at a college location but at their own pace and at times of their own choosing within available instructional support hours. Scheduled exams may be required. In Class A course delivery mode where learning activity is scheduled and takes place in a classroom or similar setting at a college facility. May include lecture, laboratory, and seminar components.

This course teaches students basic math skills. Students develop skills in ratio and proportion, percent, measurement, and geometry. This course prepares students for Prep Math 10, GED Math, and Math 10-3.
Prerequisites: C- in MATH0702, D in READ0103, D in WRIT0103

Course Delivery
Flexclass A course delivery mode where learners work at a college location but at their own pace and at times of their own choosing within available instructional support hours. Scheduled exams may be required. In Class A course delivery mode where learning activity is scheduled and takes place in a classroom or similar setting at a college facility. May include lecture, laboratory, and seminar components.

This course develops students' math skills. Students study number concepts, patterns and relations, variables and equations, measurement, geometry, and statistics. This course prepares students for Math 10C.
Prerequisites: C- in MATH0703 and D in ENGL0704 or D in READ0104 and D in WRIT0104

Course Delivery
Flexclass A course delivery mode where learners work at a college location but at their own pace and at times of their own choosing within available instructional support hours. Scheduled exams may be required. In Class A course delivery mode where learning activity is scheduled and takes place in a classroom or similar setting at a college facility. May include lecture, laboratory, and seminar components.

This is an Alberta Education credit course. Topics include spatial sense and reasoning, algebra and number sense, graphing, and study of relations.
Prerequisite: C- in MATH0801, D in ENGL0705 or D in READ0105 and D in WRIT0105; MAT1791 (repeat)

Course Delivery
Flexclass A course delivery mode where learners work at a college location but at their own pace and at times of their own choosing within available instructional support hours. Scheduled exams may be required. In Class A course delivery mode where learning activity is scheduled and takes place in a classroom or similar setting at a college facility. May include lecture, laboratory, and seminar components.

This is an Alberta Education credit course. The -3 stream is designed for students who want to enter the trades or directly into the workforce. Topics include spatial reasoning and measurement, number sense, critical thinking, and algebra.
Prerequisite: D in MATH0801 or D in MATH0703; MAT1793 (repeat)

Course Delivery
Flexclass A course delivery mode where learners work at a college location but at their own pace and at times of their own choosing within available instructional support hours. Scheduled exams may be required.

This is an Alberta Education credit course. Topics include algebra and number sense, trigonometry, quadratic functions, quadratic equations, and reciprocal functions. The -1 stream is designed for students who want to enter post-secondary programs that require the study of calculus.
Prerequisite: Math 10C with a grade of C

Course Delivery
Flexclass A course delivery mode where learners work at a college location but at their own pace and at times of their own choosing within available instructional support hours. Scheduled exams may be required.

This is an Alberta Education credit course. Topics include logical reasoning, properties of angles and triangles, acute triangle trigonometry, sine and cosine law, radicals, and quadratics. The -2 stream is designed for students who want to enter post-secondary programs that do not require calculus.
Prerequisite: Math 10C with a grade of D

Course Delivery
Any-time Online A course delivery mode where learning activity takes place at times and locations of the learners own choosing through the use of online communications technologies. Learners are NOT required to participate in any scheduled learning activities, but scheduled exams may be required. Flexclass A course delivery mode where learners work at a college location but at their own pace and at times of their own choosing within available instructional support hours. Scheduled exams may be required.

This is an Alberta Education credit course. The -3 stream is designed for students who want to enter the trades or directly into the workforce. Topics include spatial reasoning and measurement, number sense, critical thinking, statistics, and algebra.
Prerequisite: Math 10-3

Course Delivery
Flexclass A course delivery mode where learners work at a college location but at their own pace and at times of their own choosing within available instructional support hours. Scheduled exams may be required.

This is an Alberta Education diploma credit course. Topics include algebra and number sense, trigonometry, inverses of relations, logarithms, exponential and logarithmic functions, polynomial functions, and permutations. The -1 stream is designed for students who want to enter post-secondary programs that require the study of calculus.
Prerequisite: Mathematics 20-1

Course Delivery
Any-time Online A course delivery mode where learning activity takes place at times and locations of the learners own choosing through the use of online communications technologies. Learners are NOT required to participate in any scheduled learning activities, but scheduled exams may be required. Flexclass A course delivery mode where learners work at a college location but at their own pace and at times of their own choosing within available instructional support hours. Scheduled exams may be required.

This is an Alberta Education diploma credit course. Topics include logical reasoning, geometry, trigonometry, statistics and probability. The -2 stream is designed for students who want to enter postsecondary programs that do not require calculus.
Prerequisite: Mathematics 20-2

Course Delivery
Any-time Online A course delivery mode where learning activity takes place at times and locations of the learners own choosing through the use of online communications technologies. Learners are NOT required to participate in any scheduled learning activities, but scheduled exams may be required. Flexclass A course delivery mode where learners work at a college location but at their own pace and at times of their own choosing within available instructional support hours. Scheduled exams may be required. In Class A course delivery mode where learning activity is scheduled and takes place in a classroom or similar setting at a college facility. May include lecture, laboratory, and seminar components.

This is an Alberta Education credit course. The -3 stream is designed for students who want to enter the trades or directly into the workforce. Topics include spatial reasoning and measurement, number sense, critical thinking, statistics, algebra, and probability.
Prerequisite: Mathematics 20-3

Course Delivery
Flexclass A course delivery mode where learners work at a college location but at their own pace and at times of their own choosing within available instructional support hours. Scheduled exams may be required.

This is a foundational level science course for students with some formal science education at an elementary level. Students will be introduced to science concepts and vocabulary related to life and physical sciences such as light, mechanical and electrical systems, the cell, genetics, and chemistry. This course prepares students for Science 10.
Prerequisites: C- in MATH0703 and C- in ENGL0704 or C- in READ0104 and C- in WRIT0104

Course Delivery
Flexclass A course delivery mode where learners work at a college location but at their own pace and at times of their own choosing within available instructional support hours. Scheduled exams may be required. In Class A course delivery mode where learning activity is scheduled and takes place in a classroom or similar setting at a college facility. May include lecture, laboratory, and seminar components.

This is an Alberta Education credit course. Students in this course will study energy and matter in chemical change, energy flow in technological systems, cycling of matter in living systems, and energy flow in global systems.
Prerequisite: D in SCIE0801 , C- in ENGL0105 or C- in READ0105 and C- in WRIT0105, C- in MATH0801

Course Delivery
Flexclass A course delivery mode where learners work at a college location but at their own pace and at times of their own choosing within available instructional support hours. Scheduled exams may be required. In Class A course delivery mode where learning activity is scheduled and takes place in a classroom or similar setting at a college facility. May include lecture, laboratory, and seminar components.

This is an Alberta Education credit course. It is intended for students who do not need specialized sciences in career programs or trades. Students in this course study chemical changes, changes in motion, the changing earth, and changes in living systems.
Prerequisite: D in SCN1270

Course Delivery
Flexclass A course delivery mode where learners work at a college location but at their own pace and at times of their own choosing within available instructional support hours. Scheduled exams may be required.

This is an Alberta Education diploma credit course. It is intended for students who do not need specialized sciences in career programs or trades. Students in this course study how living systems respond to their environment, chemistry and the environment, electromagnetic energy, and energy and the environment. This science course is accepted as a 30 level science in many post-secondary institutions and career programs.
Prerequisite: D in SCN2270

Course Delivery
Flexclass A course delivery mode where learners work at a college location but at their own pace and at times of their own choosing within available instructional support hours. Scheduled exams may be required.

This is an Alberta Education credit course. This course analyzes energy and matter exchange in the biosphere, ecosystems and population change, photosynthesis and cellular respiration, and human systems. This course prepares students for Biology 30.
Prerequisite: C in SCN1270

Course Delivery
Any-time Online A course delivery mode where learning activity takes place at times and locations of the learners own choosing through the use of online communications technologies. Learners are NOT required to participate in any scheduled learning activities, but scheduled exams may be required. Flexclass A course delivery mode where learners work at a college location but at their own pace and at times of their own choosing within available instructional support hours. Scheduled exams may be required.

This is a diploma course for Alberta Education credit. This course analyzes nervous and endocrine systems, reproduction and development, cell division, genetics and molecular biology, and population and community dynamics. This course prepares students for post-secondary programs in health and biological sciences.
Prerequisite: C- in SCN2231 or D in BIOL0201

Course Delivery
Any-time Online A course delivery mode where learning activity takes place at times and locations of the learners own choosing through the use of online communications technologies. Learners are NOT required to participate in any scheduled learning activities, but scheduled exams may be required. Flexclass A course delivery mode where learners work at a college location but at their own pace and at times of their own choosing within available instructional support hours. Scheduled exams may be required. In Class A course delivery mode where learning activity is scheduled and takes place in a classroom or similar setting at a college facility. May include lecture, laboratory, and seminar components.

This is an Alberta Education credit course. This course analyzes the diversity of matter and chemical bonding, forms of matter, matter as solutions, acids and bases, quantitative relationships in chemical changes.
Prerequisite: C in SCN1270 and C- in MAT1791

Course Delivery
Any-time Online A course delivery mode where learning activity takes place at times and locations of the learners own choosing through the use of online communications technologies. Learners are NOT required to participate in any scheduled learning activities, but scheduled exams may be required. Flexclass A course delivery mode where learners work at a college location but at their own pace and at times of their own choosing within available instructional support hours. Scheduled exams may be required. In Class A course delivery mode where learning activity is scheduled and takes place in a classroom or similar setting at a college facility. May include lecture, laboratory, and seminar components.

This is a diploma course for Alberta Education credit. This course analyzes thermochemical changes, electrochemical changes, chemical changes of organic compounds, chemical equilibrium focusing on acid-base systems. This course prepares students for post-secondary programs that focus on chemistry and other sciences.
Prerequisite: C- in SCN2796 or D in CHEM0201

Course Delivery
Any-time Online A course delivery mode where learning activity takes place at times and locations of the learners own choosing through the use of online communications technologies. Learners are NOT required to participate in any scheduled learning activities, but scheduled exams may be required. Flexclass A course delivery mode where learners work at a college location but at their own pace and at times of their own choosing within available instructional support hours. Scheduled exams may be required. In Class A course delivery mode where learning activity is scheduled and takes place in a classroom or similar setting at a college facility. May include lecture, laboratory, and seminar components.

This is Alberta Education credit course. This course analyzes kinematics, dynamics, circular motion, work, and energy, oscillatory motion and mechanical waves.
Prerequisite: C in SCN1270 and C- in MAT1791

Course Delivery
Flexclass A course delivery mode where learners work at a college location but at their own pace and at times of their own choosing within available instructional support hours. Scheduled exams may be required.

This is Alberta Education diploma credit course. This course analyzes momentum and impulse, forces and fields, electromagnetic radiation, and atomic physics.
Prerequisites: C- in SCN2797 or D in PHYS0201

Course Delivery
Flexclass A course delivery mode where learners work at a college location but at their own pace and at times of their own choosing within available instructional support hours. Scheduled exams may be required.

During this course, you will become computer literate by understanding the essentials of operating a computer, including the operating system, file management, basic hardware, keyboarding, Internet, and email. During this project-based course, you will also learn how to create, format, and manage documents; create spreadsheets using formulas and functions; and create presentations slides with text and images.
Prerequisites: D in ENGL0704 or D in READ0104 and D in WRIT0104

Course Delivery
Flexclass A course delivery mode where learners work at a college location but at their own pace and at times of their own choosing within available instructional support hours. Scheduled exams may be required.

This course consists of modules working in Microsoft Word, Excel, Access, and PowerPoint. Each module has 2 to 3 units with a final project. There is no final exam. Upon successful completion of COMP0702, COMP0101, COMP0201 and COMP0301, students will be proficient at an intermediate level in each of the Microsoft Office Applications.
Prerequisite: C- in COMP0702, D in ENGL0705 or D in READ0105 and D in WRIT0105

Course Delivery
Flexclass A course delivery mode where learners work at a college location but at their own pace and at times of their own choosing within available instructional support hours. Scheduled exams may be required.
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