普通艺术与科学

本课程由圣劳伦斯学院与加拿大学院合作办学,学生毕业后获得圣劳伦斯学院和加拿大学院两个文凭,并且有资格申请毕业工签。

课程优势

本课程为广泛的文科课程,帮助学生准备就业,学习其他课程或转入大学深造。核心课程将令学生在沟通和人际关系技能、计算机、数学、分析能力、科学及基础教育等方面打下坚实基础。我们有咨询专员帮助学生选择课程,确保最佳组合,满足每个学生的兴趣和职业目标。

录取要求

高中毕业(完成Math 11和English 12)或同等水平。 语言要求:

  • 通过加拿大学院的英语测试(60%),或
  • 通过加拿大英语学院140级别, 或
  • 圣劳伦斯学院ESL高级水平证书(60%以上),或
  • 雅思6.0(单项不低于5.5),或
  • 托福213(机考)或78(网考)
2年制(4个学期)
圣劳伦斯学院文凭
Fall (Sept-Dec)

全职学习

每周可工作20小时

Winter (Jan-Apr)

全职学习

每周可工作20小时

Summer (May-Aug)

假期

可全职工作

Fall (Sept-Dec)

全职学习

每周可工作20小时

Winter (Jan-Apr)

全职学习

每周可工作20小时

Summer (May-Aug)

假期

可全职工作

注: 9月或1月均可入学

学习和工作

工作机会

学生在校上学期间每周可工作20小时,暑假可以全职工作.

职业前景

本课程为广泛的文科课程,帮助学生准备就业,学习其他课程或转入大学深造。核心课程将令学生在沟通和人际关系技能、计算机、数学、分析能力、科学及基础教育等方面打下坚实基础。

课程

COMM 34 Introduction to College Communications

Introduction to College Communications provides instruction and practice in college and workplace communication skills, with an emphasis on the development of strategies to organize and express ideas in a clear and professional manner. Emails, memos, letters, short reports, and essays are used to develop effective writing skills suitable to a variety of audiences. Course work also provides opportunities for the development of students’ grammar, research, analytical, reading and listening skills. American Psychological Association (APA) format and documentation is introduced.

ACCT 26 Bookkeeping

This course introduces students to the principles and concepts of bookkeeping. Students learn a systematic approach toward completion of the accounting cycle for both a service and merchandising operation. Additional topics include internal controls of a petty cash fund, the preparation of a bank reconciliation, month end / year end preparations and entries. Through a case study, students learn all aspects of the accounting cycle from recording the daily transactions for a business through to producing financial statements.

SOCI 10 Introductory Sociology

This course provides a general overview of human interaction in Canadian society. Students will become familiar with a variety of factors which affect group behaviour, and individual behaviour within the group: factors such as cultural influences, socialization, norms beliefs, and values.

GENE 24 Ethics and Critical Thinking

This course is designed to teach students how to apply critical thinking concepts to ethical problems. Initially, students learn various aspects of critical thinking and evolve form the knowing stage of critical thinking to the evaluation stage of critical thinking. Students also have an opportunity to explore the ethical process and are exposed to the philosophical aspects of ethical reasoning and progress towards problem solving strategies in relation to controversial issues.

COMM 39 Communications for Business and Technology

This course will give you the foundation skills to produce documentation e.g. technical instructions, definitions, summaries, technical system descriptions, and manuals common in the workplace. Writing to inform readers to understand requires document design skills that differ from traditional writing skills. You are responsible for developing your vocabulary, basic grammar, spelling, graphic awareness and reading strategies to power your career.

COMP 205 Web Development

This course provides an introduction to web development using HTML, CSS and JavaScript. You will learn to use HTML (using the XHTML 1.1 standard) to create web pages, and to link multiple web pages together. You will also learn how to control the layout and style of web pages using Cascading Style Sheets (CSS), and to make your web pages interactive using JavaScript. During the course you will complete a sequence of assignments designed to familiarize you with HTML, CSS, and JavaScript. You will also undertake a semester long project in which you will create a small web site (based on a topic of your choice).

GENE 148 The Living World

This course helps you explore the real world, open your eyes to biology, and be awestruck by the beauty, mystery, and diversity of our amazing living world. In this course, you learn to identify local wildlife, discover the beauty and elegance of plants and animals, explore the diverse forms and functions of life, as well as to unveil the bizarre, mysterious, and intricate behaviors used by plants and animals to overcome environmental adversity.

COMM 5001 Effective Communications and Professionalism

This course addresses the essential elements of effective professional communications and the expectations of employers. Emphasis is placed on practical business communication aptitudes including research, organization, logic, composition and speaking skills. Students also explore the impact of leadership when communicating with others. The effect of power, status, and leadership styles in the motivation and empowerment of employees is also addressed.

GENE 302 Introduction to Personal Finance

This course provides an overview of the personal financial planning process. Students are introduced to the basic elements of resource allocation to achieve personal and financial goals. Course content includes cash management and budgeting, risk management and insurance, estate and tax planning, investments planning and asset allocation, and retirement planning.

GENE36 Introduction to Nutrition

This course enhances your knowledge and appreciation of the importance of nutrition to health and wellbeing and the connection between excess and deficient nutrient intake and ill health. Topics include the Canada Food Guide, the basic nutrients, the processes of digestion/absorption, nutrition related diseases, weight management, and food labels and nutrition information reliability. Students analyze their personal dietary intake and activity level and subsequently plan meal patterns that are conducive to personal health and weight management.

ENE 48 Multiculturalism in Society

This course sets in motion the exploration of one’s own values and biases with regard to cultural diversity. Course content enables students to better understand similarities and differences among ethnic groups which in turn help them to appreciate the uniqueness of our own society. Topics explored are: the concept of culture, the history and policies of multiculturalism, cross-cultural communication, racism, multiculturalism in the workplace, and attitudes towards multiculturalism.

GENE 57 Personal Stress Management

This course allows students to plan and implement effective stress management strategies in their personal lives. Students develop an informed understanding of the nature of stress and the stress response including causes, signs and symptoms, effects and impact. The course also focuses on the development of skills to reduce the negative impact of stress and to redirect inevitable stressors to improve health and well-being. Students analyze the impact of stress in their own lives and apply stress management strategies by designing, implementing, and evaluating a personal wellness plan.

Electives

Students will choose an additional 11 elective classes from the selection of classes available at Canadian College.

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