GENERAL EDUCATION COURSE INFORMATION



ENGLISH

1. Students must take three BLOCK A courses:

2. Students must take one BLOCK B course (program-related)

After passing 603-101 students may take the three (3) remaining English courses in any order. Career (Technology) students should take the program related course in the specific semester as indicated in their program grids.

Block B Related Programs
603-HSA Business Milieu Business Administration, Computer Science
603-HSB Care-Giving Milieu Early Childhood Education, Nursing, Respiratory & Anaesthesia Technology, Special Care Counselling
603-HSD Scientific Milieu Animal Health, Architectural Technology, Building Systems, Computer & Digital Systems, Ecological Technology, Industrial Electronics, Science
603-HSE Social Science Creative Milieu Commerce, Communications, OST: Micro-Publishing & Hypermedia, Modern Languages, Music, Social Science
603-HSF Liberal Arts

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HUMANITIES

1. Students must take two (2) BLOCK A courses:

2. Students must take one (1) BLOCK B (program-related) course:

Students must pass 345-102 or 345-103 before taking 345-HS_

Block B Related Programs
345-HSA Animal Health, Building Systems, Computer & Digital Systems, Ecological Technology, Industrial Electronics, Nursing, Respiratory & Anaesthesia Technology, Sciences
345-HSB Early Childhood Education, Social Science, Special Care Counselling
345-HSC Business Administration, Commerce, Computer Science
345-HSD Architectural Technology, Communications, Liberal Arts, Modern Languages, Music, OST: Micro-Publishing & Hypermedia

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FRENCH

Students must take the BLOCK A course first before the BLOCK B [program-related] course.

Elementary French: (602-102-92, 602-202-92, 602-302-92, 602-402-92) is offered in Continuing Education on Saturdays. Students must obtain a Commandite from Academic Advising.

Students who must take 602-001 and who have a Secondary V Diploma will be charged a fee of $90.

If You Passed Block A Take Block B (Program Related)
602-100 take 602-HSA (ALL PROGRAMS)
602-101 602-HSB Animal Health (F), Architectural Technology (F), Building Systems (F), Computer Science (F), Computer & Digital Systems (F), Ecological Technology (F), Industrial Electronics (W), Science
602-HSE* Business Administration, Commerce, OST: Micro-Publishing & Hypermedia
602-HSK Communications, Early Childhood Education (F), Liberal Arts, Modern Languages, Music, Nursing (W), Respiratory & Anaesthesia Technology, Social Science, Special Care Counselling
602-102 602-HSC Animal Health (F), Architectural Technology (F), Building Systems (F), Computer Science (F), Computer & Digital Systems (F), Ecological Technology (F), Industrial Electronics (W), Science
602-HSF* Business Administration, Commerce, OST: Micro-Publishing & Hypermedia
602-HSL Communications, Early Childhood Education (F), Liberal Arts, Modern Languages, Music, Nursing (W), Respiratory & Anaesthesia Technology, Social Science, Special Care Counselling
602-103 602-HSD Animal Health (F), Architectural Technology (F), Building Systems (F), Computer Science (F), Computer & Digital Systems (F) Ecological Technology (F), Industrial Electronics (W), Science
602-HSG* Business Administration, Commerce, OST: Micro-Publishing & Hypermedia
602-HSM Communications, Early Childhood Education (F), Liberal Arts, Modern Languages, Music, Respiratory & Anaesthesia Technology, Social Science, Special Care Counselling
602-HSL Nursing (W)
602-HTD (ALL PROGRAMS)
602-HTH (ALL PROGRAMS)

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  • * Courses are offered in the WINTER semester only.
  • (F) Can only be taken in the fall semester, according to program grid.
  • (W) Can only be taken in the winter semester, according to program grid.

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PHYSICAL EDUCATION

Students must take three (3) Physical Education courses.

Students must pass 109-103 and 109-104 before taking 109-105.


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COMPLEMENTARY COURSES

Students must take two (2) complementary courses (courses chosen from disciplines other than those in a student's concentration/specialization). If you choose two courses from the same category then the set letters have to be different ie.one from set HS and the other from set HT but not both from the same set.

Click on the to see the courses available.

PROGRAMS SCIENCE COMPUTER SCIENCE SOCIAL SCIENCE ART & AESTHETICS MODERN LANGUAGES
Accounting & Management    
Animal Health  
Architectural Technology    
Building Systems    
Business Management  
Commerce  
Communications  
Computerized Systems    
Computer Science    
Computer Science and Mathematics    
Early Childhood Education  
Environmental and Wildlife  
Industrial Electronics    
Modern Languages  
Music  
Nursing  
Office Systems Technology  
Professional Music  
Respiratory & Anaesthesia  
Science  
Science & Music Double DEC    
Social Science  
Special Care Counselling  
Explorations Pick according to the program you are planning to enter.

305-HTA-03 ALTERNATIVES FOR WOMEN (Section 0649)

This complementary is valid in all programs. TIMES: Mondays 11:30 - 1:00 p.m. Thursdays: 10:00 - 11:30 a.m. Call the Help Centre (514) 380-8783 if you have trouble registering for this course.

MATHEMATICS UPGRADING

If you want to upgrade your math from high school in order to take Cegep math courses, follow the chart:

  1. If you passed High School Math 426 or 514, take Vanier 201-007 (Math 436 upgrading)
  2. If you passed High School 436 or 526 take Vanier 201-009 (Math 536 upgrading)


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HIGH SCHOOL MATH

High School Math Average College/Cégep Course
536 or 201-009 72% or greater 201-NYA Calculus I Science
536 or 201-009 60%-71% 201-HSG Intro to College Math Science Only
526 or 536 or 201-009 60% or greater 201-103 Calculus I - Social Science/Commerce
526 60% or greater 201-009 prerequisite for Cal I Science NYA
436 or 201-007 60% or greater 201-009 (Math 536 upgrading)
426 or 514 60% or greater 201-007 (Math 436 upgrading)

HIGH SCHOOL CHEMISTRY

High School Chemistry Average College/Cégep Course
534 or 202-006 72% or greater 202 NYA General Chemistry I
534 or 202-006 60%-71% 201-HSG Intro to College Math Science Only
Physical Science 436 or 982-021 60% or greater 202 006 High School Chemistry (Basic Chemistry)

HIGH SCHOOL PHYSICS

High School Chemistry Average College/Cégep Course
534 72% or greater 203 NYA Mechanics
534 60%-71% 203 HSG Intro to College Physics
203-006 80% or greater 203 Mechanics
202-006 60%-79% 203 HSG Intro to College Physics
Physical Science 436 or 982-021 60% or greater 203 006 High School (Basic Physics)

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