Courses matching that criteria
  • ACED 100 - Introduction To Community Economic Development
  • ACED 115 - Introduction To Accounting For Continuing Education
  • ACED 120 - Venture Development I
  • ACED 140 - Introduction To Marketing
  • ACED 151 - Leadership Development
  • ACED 160 - Community Analysis
  • ACED 161 - Negotiations and Contract Management
  • ACED 180 - Project Management
  • ACED 182 - Proposal Writing
  • ACED 200 - Planning in Aboriginal Communities
  • ACED 205 - Aboriginal Governance Development
  • ACED 211 - Human Resources Management
  • ACED 220 - First Nations Law and Community Economic Development
  • ACED 230 - Venture Development II
  • ACED 240 - Contemporary First Nation Issues
  • ACED 260 - Case Studies In Community Economic Development
  • ACED 280 - Community Development II
  • ACED 295 - Integrating Knowledge And Experience
  • ACHD 100 - Prenatal Health Care For First Nations I
  • ACHD 120 - Developing Community Health Leadership
  • ACHD 122 - Basic Counselling in the Health Field
  • ACHD 123 - Traditional Health & Wellness Practices
  • ACHD 125 - Community Health and Development
  • ACHD 126 - Self, Health and Wellness
  • ACHD 127 - Health Care Policies
  • ACHD 129 - Introduction to Aboriginal Family & Counseling Systems
  • ACHD 130 - Introduction to Disabilities
  • ACHD 223 - Current Issues in Health
  • ACHD 224 - Addictions and Recovery
  • ACHD 225 - Health Promotion: Gerontology
  • ACHD 226 - Aboriginal Research
  • ACHD 227 - Contemporary Health & Medical Practices
  • ACHD 228 - Case Management: Roles & Responsibilities of Community Health
  • ACHD 229 - Advanced Aboriginal Family & Counseling Systems
  • ACHD 230 - Mental Health Wellness and Challenges
  • ACHD 231 - Health Administration and Program Development
  • ACHD 232 - Practicum I
  • ADCT 101 - Counselling Skills, Processes, Theory and Methods
  • ADCT 102 - Psychology, Understanding Human Behaviour
  • ADCT 103 - Introduction To Mental Health
  • ADCT 104 - Case Management
  • ADCT 105 - Sociology Of Aboriginal Communities
  • ADCT 200 - Pharmacology & Psychoactive Chemicals
  • ADCT 201 - Family Systems
  • ADCT 202 - Sexual Abuse
  • ADCT 203 - SpeciaI Issues In Counselling
  • ADCT 204 - Advanced Counselling
  • ADCT 205 - Practicum – Directed Practice In Addictions Counselling
  • ADCT 294 - Ethics and the Law
  • ADMN 115 - Accounting I
  • ADMN 121 - Introduction to Management
  • ADMN 130 - Community Development I
  • ADMN 150 - Leadership and Problem Solving
  • ADMN 165 - Introduction To Computing Systems
  • ADMN 190 - Technical Communications I
  • ADMN 191 - Technical Communications II
  • AECE 102 - Early Years Development I
  • AECE 104 - Early Years Development II
  • AECE 110 - Foundations of ECE (Early Childhood Education)
  • AECE 124 - Programming for Early Years I
  • AECE 125 - Curriculum Development in ECE
  • AECE 134 - Guidance for the Early Years I
  • AECE 136 - Observing in the Early Years
  • AECE 140 - Music and Art in ECE
  • AECE 145 - Children's Literature
  • AECE 148 - Introductory Practicum
  • AECE 149 - Clinical Competencies
  • AECE 150 - Health, Nutrition and Safety
  • AECE 190 - Coaching Skills
  • AECE 201 - Child Development III: Infants & Toddlers
  • AECE 202 - Child Development IV: Exceptional Children
  • AECE 204 - Early Years Development III
  • AECE 208 - Special Topics In Child Care
  • AECE 210 - Working With Families
  • AECE 212 - Family And Professional Communication
  • AECE 214 - Exploring Perspectives In Communication
  • AECE 216 - Administrative Licensing & Leadership
  • AECE 220 - Programming for Infants and Toddlers
  • AECE 222 - Programming for Exceptional Children
  • AECE 224 - Programming For Early Years II
  • AECE 226 - Natural Environments In Child Care
  • AECE 230 - Guidance for Infants and Toddlers
  • AECE 232 - Guidance for Exceptional Children
  • AECE 234 - Guidance For Early Years II
  • AECE 250 - Advanced Health, Safety and Nutrition
  • AECE 252 - Safe & Healthy Inclusive Environments
  • AECE 253 - Administration And Licensing
  • AECE 255 - Administrative Leadership
  • AECE 260 - Infant/ Toddler Practicum
  • AECE 265 - Special Needs Practicum
  • AECL 151 - Developmental Pathways I
  • AECL 154 - Guiding and Caring for Young Children
  • AECL 156 - Engaging Programs I
  • AECL 157 - Exploring Perspectives
  • AECL 161 - Developmental Pathways II
  • AECL 164 - Respectful Leadership
  • AECL 166 - Engaging Programs II
  • AECL 167 - Responsive Curriculum Development
  • AECL 170 - Mindful Observation
  • AECL 172 - Health Safety and Wellness
  • AECL 175 - Experiences in Language
  • AECL 177 - Authentic Relationships
  • AECL 190 - Practicum I
  • AECL 191 - Practicum II
  • AECL 192 - Practicum III
  • AECL 251 - Developmental Pathways III
  • AECL 260 - Perspectives for Practice
  • AECL 264 - Respectful Leadership
  • AECL 267 - Responsive Curriculum II (Infant Toddler)
  • AECL 277 - Responsive Curriculum III (Diverse Abilities)
  • AECL 290 - Practicum III Infant and Toddler
  • AECL 295 - Practicum IV Diverse Abilities
  • AGLP 111 - Aboriginal Governance and the Indian Act
  • AGLP 150 - Intro to Traditional Aboriginal Leadership
  • AGLP 151 - Leadership Concepts and Theories
  • AGLP 155 - Aboriginal Leadership Principles & Ethics
  • AGLP 160 - Aboriginal Leadership & Governance Systems
  • ANTH 214 - Canadian Native People
  • ANTH 223 - Indians of British Columbia
  • APBT 110 - Administrative Procedures
  • APBT 111 - Records Management
  • APBT 120 - Business Calculators & Mathematics
  • APBT 130 - Human Relations for Career Success
  • APBT 149 - Office Administration Assistant Practicum
  • BIOL 050 - General Biology
  • BIOL 060 - Human Biology
  • BIOL 061 - Introduction to Life Sciences
  • BIOL 110 - Biological Principles
  • BIOL 120 - Human Anatomy and Physiology
  • BTEL 060 - Bridging to Trades Electrical
  • BTER 060 - Bridging to Trades Employment Readiness
  • BTES 060 - Essential Skills
  • BTMW 060 - Bridging to Trades Millwright
  • BTPT 060 - Bridging to Trades Piping Trades
  • BTWD 060 - Bridging to Trades Welding
  • BUSM 200 - Finite Mathematics
  • BUSM 207 - Introduction To Statistics
  • BUSM 210 - Accounting II
  • BUSM 211 - Introduction to Finance
  • BUSM 222 - Organizational Behavior
  • BUSM 223 - Human Resources Management
  • BUSM 250 - Principles Of Marketing
  • BUSM 251 - Introduction To Economics
  • BUSM 255 - Small Business Development
  • BUSM 260 - Management Information Systems
  • BUSM 294 - Business Law
  • CHAD 324 - Addiction and Nutrition
  • CHAD 327 - Blood Borne Pathogens
  • CHAD 333 - Psychosocial Trauma Healing: Addiction Theory and the Grief Process
  • CHAD 334 - Relapse Prevention
  • CHAD 335 - Working with FASD in Aboriginal Communities
  • CHAD 339 - Cultural Perspectives on Stress and Trauma
  • CHEM 050 - Chemistry - Advanced Level
  • CHEM 060 - Chemistry – Provincial Level
  • CMSC 109 - Computer Applications
  • COMM 101 - Business English
  • COMM 111 - Business Communication
  • COMM 140 - Technical Writing
  • COMM 145 - Public Relations & Communications
  • COMP 030 - Computer Studies – Fundamental Level
  • COMP 040 - Computer Studies – Intermediate Level
  • COMP 044 - Computers for Health Care
  • COMP 050 - Computer Studies – Advanced Level
  • COMP 060 - Computer Studies – Provincial Level
  • COMP 101 - Computer Essentials and the Internet
  • COMP 102 - Word Processing I
  • COMP 103 - Keyboarding I
  • COMP 104 - Spreadsheets
  • COMP 112 - Word Processing II
  • COMP 113 - Keyboarding II
  • COMP 140 - Geographic Information Systems
  • CRIM 101 - Introduction to Criminology
  • CRIM 103 - Psychological Explanations Of Criminal And Deviant Behavior
  • CRIM 104 - Sociological Explanations Of Criminal And Deviant Behaviour
  • CRIM 131 - Introduction to Criminal Justice System
  • CRIM 135 - Introduction to Canadian Law
  • CRIM 220 - Introduction to Research Methods
  • CRIM 230 - Criminal Law in Canada
  • CRIM 231 - Introduction to the Judicial Process
  • CRIM 233 - Introduction to Corrections
  • CRLS 050 (Advanced) - College Readiness and Learning Skills
  • CRLS 054 - Introduction to Cultural Applications
  • CRLS 060 (Provincial) - College Readiness Learning Skills
  • ECON 101 - Principles of Microeconomics
  • ECON 102 - Principles of Macroeconomics
  • EDUC 240 - Communication and Education Planning
  • EDUC 250 - Application of Assessment & Evaluation
  • EDUC 260 - Innovative Teaching and Planning
  • EDUC 270 - Language Acquisition: Theory & Practice
  • EDUC 280 - Methods in Second Language Teaching
  • EDUC 285 - Technological Innovations & Language I
  • EDUC 286 - Technological Innovations & Languages II
  • EDUC 290 - Principles of Effective Teaching
  • EDUC 390 - Making the Classroom a Healthy Place
  • EMSK 041 - Cultural Orientation
  • EMSK 042 - Personal Development
  • EMSK 043 - Workplace Essentials
  • EMSK 044 - Career Exploration & Networking
  • EMSK 045 - Math in the Workplace
  • EMSK 046 - English in the Workplace
  • EMSK 047 - Introduction to Workplace Computer Skills
  • EMSK 048 - Essential Skills Practicum
  • ENGL 020 - Fundamental English - Reading
  • ENGL 030 - Fundamental English - Writing
  • ENGL 040 - English - Intermediate Level
  • ENGL 050 - English - Advanced Level
  • ENGL 054 - Communications for Health Care
  • ENGL 060 - English - Provincial Level
  • ENGL 090 - English Seminars
  • ENGL 101 - Foundations for Academic Writing
  • ENGL 110 - College Composition
  • ENGL 111 - Introduction to Modern Fiction
  • ENGL 202 - The Cultural Politics of Indigenous Literature
  • ENGL 204 - Business Communications
  • ENGL 205 - Advanced Composition
  • ENGL 208 - Creative Writing; Poetry
  • ENGL 209 - Creative Writing; Short Stories
  • ENGL 211 - Survey of English Literature to the 17th Century
  • ENGL 212 - Discourse and the Colonization of Indigenous Social Spaces
  • ENGL 217 - Canadian Literature to 1960
  • ENGL 221 - English Literature 18th and 19th Century
  • ENGL 222 - Survey of Indigenous Literature from Canada
  • ENGL 223 - Survey of Indigenous Literature from the United States
  • ENGL 224 - A Global Perspective on Indigenous Literature
  • ENGL 227 - Canadian Literature 1960 to present
  • ENGL 229 - Oral and Written Communication
  • ENRT 110 - Introduction to Natural Resources
  • ENRT 140 - Wildland Recreation
  • ENRT 141 - Aboriginal People and the Land
  • ENRT 145 - Fire Ecology
  • ENRT 150 - Silvics and Dendrology
  • ENRT 155 - Soil Science
  • ENRT 160 - Field Surveys I
  • ENRT 165 - Field Surveys II
  • ENRT 167 - Introduction to Cultural Heritage Surveys
  • ENRT 170 - Principles of Ecology
  • ENRT 240 - Environmental Planning
  • ENRT 245 - Watershed Hydrology
  • ENRT 250 - Silviculture
  • ENRT 255 - Timber Development I
  • ENRT 257 - Timber Development II
  • ENRT 260 - Forest Surveys
  • ENRT 265 - Environmental Assessment Surveys
  • ENRT 270 - Fisheries Ecology
  • ENRT 271 - Grassland Ecology
  • ENRT 272 - Forest Ecology
  • ENRT 273 - Wildlife Ecology
  • FINA 060 - Studio Foundations
  • FINA 061 - Drawing
  • FINA 062 - Painting
  • FINA 063 - Sculpture
  • FINA 064 - Printmaking
  • FINA 065 - Publishing (Available at Enowkin Indian Education Resources Centre)
  • FINA 112 - Design I
  • FINA 113 - Drawing I
  • FINA 175 - Painting I
  • FINA 201 - Native Art History I
  • FINA 202 - Indian Art History II
  • FNCO 250 - Introducation to Marketing I
  • FNCO 292 - Organizational Behaviour
  • FNED 150 - International Indigenous Studies
  • FNPA 200 - Politics and Education
  • FNPA 210 - Band School Organization
  • FNPA 220 - Educational Leadership
  • FNPA 225 - Diplomacy and Leadership
  • FNPA 227 - The First Nations Fiscal and Statistical Management Act
  • FNPA 228 - Leading & Managing Corporate Boards
  • FNPA 230 - Ethics for Educational Administrators
  • FNPA 240 - Responses to Alcoholism & Addiction Issues
  • FNPA 245 - Advanced Financial Management
  • FNPA 250 - Economics and Taxation
  • FNSC 106 - Exploring the Natural Sciences
  • FNSC 107 - Environmental Sciences
  • FNSL 110 - Introduction to Speech & Language
  • FNSL 130 - Language and Literacy Development
  • FNSL 140 - Language Delays and Disorders I
  • FNSL 150 - Therapy Procedures for Language Delays & Disorders
  • FNSL 160 - Articulation and Phonology
  • FNSL 170 - Principles of FNSL Intervention
  • FNSL 180 - Technology & FNSL
  • FNSL 190 - Practicum
  • FNSS 212 - Introduction to Social Science Research
  • FNST 100 - Introduction to First Nations Studies I
  • FNST 101 - Introduction to First Nations Studies II
  • FNST 102 - Indigenous Society, Culture and Identity
  • FNST 203 - First Nations of the Americas
  • FNWS 100 - An Introduction to First Nation Women Studies
  • FNWS 103 - First Nations Women and Colonization: Race, Class and Gender
  • FNWS 105 - Political Economy and First Nations Women
  • FNWS 201 - “Unruly Women”: First Nations Women and The Justice System
  • FNWS 202 - Comparative Gender Studies
  • FNWS 203 - First Nations Women, Power and Environments
  • FNWS 204 - Tempered Lives: The Status of First Nations Women
  • FNWS 205 - Neither 'Indian Princess' nor 'Easy Squaw': First Nations Women and Popular Culture
  • FNWS 206 - Visionaries and Dreamers: First Nations Women's Artistic Traditions
  • FNWS 207 - Storytelling as Metaphor: First Nations Women's Lives
  • FNWS 208 - Women's Activism
  • FNWS 209 - Directed Study
  • FNWS 210 - Feminist Critical Thought
  • FNWS 211 - Research Methods
  • FNWS 212 - First Nations Women's Experience, Knowledge and Wisdom
  • FNWS 213 - The Politics of First Nations Women's Health
  • GEDP 060 - General Educational Development (GED) Preparation
  • HALQ 100 - Halq’eméylem Language Introduction (Previously INLG 140)
  • HALQ 110 - Halq’eméylem Language I (Previously INLG 141)
  • HALQ 111 - Halq’eméylem Language II (Previously INLG 142)
  • HALQ 112 - Halq’eméylem Language III (Previously INLG 143)
  • HALQ 113 - Halq’eméylem in Context I
  • HALQ 210 - Intensive Halq’eméylem I (Previously INLG 240)
  • HALQ 211 - Intensive Halq’eméylem Level II (Previously INLG 241)
  • HALQ 212 - Intensive Halq’eméylem III (Previously INLG 242)
  • HALQ 213 - Intensive Halq’eméylem IV (Previously INLG 243)
  • HALQ 214 - Halq'emeylem in Context II (Previously INLG 244)
  • HIST 100 - Canadian History: Pre-Confederation to Confederation
  • HIST 101 - Canadian History: Confederation to the Present
  • HIST 110 - Approaches to History
  • HIST 204 - The Métis Of Canada: Historical And Contemporary Perspectives I
  • HIST 205 - The Metis Of Canada: Historical And Contemporary Perspectives II
  • HIST 234 - History of Nle'kepmux
  • HIST 235 - History of Silx (Okanagan People)
  • HIST 236 - History of Secwepemc (Shuswap People)
  • HIST 237 - History Of St'át'imc (Lillooet People)
  • HIST 238 - History Of Nadut’en
  • HLTH 201 - Physical Health and Fitness
  • HTCA 104 - Interpersonal Communications
  • HTCA 111 - Health: Lifestyle and Choices
  • HTCA 116 - Introduction to Practice
  • HTCA 121 - Health & Healing: Concepts for Practice
  • HTCA 126 - Personal Care Assistant I
  • HTCA 152 - Cognitive and Mental Challenges
  • HTCA 153 - Common Health Challenges
  • HTCA 156 - Personal Care Assistance II
  • HTCA 159 - Community Practicum
  • HTCA 166 - Clinical I
  • HTCA 176 - Clinical II
  • HTCA 186 - Clinical III
  • INLG 050 - Hailhzaqv Language
  • INST 050 - Indigenous Studies I
  • INST 060 - Indigenous Studies II
  • INST 102 - First Nations Governance Overview
  • INST 105 - Teachings From The Land - Special Topics
  • INST 108 - General Introduction to First Nations Issues
  • INST 120 - Okanagan Translation/Transliteration
  • INST 145 - N'syilxcen Studies: Social Foundations
  • INST 162 - Native Education in Canada
  • INST 201 - Government Policy and First Nations 1867 to Present
  • INST 202 - Government Policy and First Nations Prior to 1867
  • INST 240 - Indigenous Philosophy, A World View Perspective
  • INST 241 - First Nations Women's Cultural Development I
  • INST 242 - First Nations Women's Cultural Development II
  • INST 245 - Okanagan Cultural Development I
  • INST 246 - Okanagan Cultural Development II
  • INST 247 - Nsyilx Studies: Leadership
  • INST 250 - Okanagan Curriculum/Materials Development
  • INST 255 - Linguistics/Literacy
  • INST 270 - Aboriginal Title and Modern Treaties
  • INST 271 - Land Title: A Global Perspective
  • INST 275 - First Nation Law
  • INST 290 - Research Methods
  • LEPP 100 - Physical Education Development
  • LEPP 110 - Effective Presentations and Communication
  • LEPP 120 - Aboriginal Community Relations
  • LEPP 130 - Domestic Violence
  • LEPP 140 - The Canadian Criminal Justice System
  • LEPP 145 - Investigational Techniques
  • LEPP 150 - The Criminal Code
  • LEPP 155 - Community Based Policing
  • LEPP 165 - Introduction To Law Enforcement
  • LEPP 170 - Aboriginal Policing
  • LEPP 175 - Managing Police Function
  • LEPP 180 - Field Practicum
  • MATH 020 - ALFM LEVEL I & II
  • MATH 030 - ALFM LEVEL III & IV
  • MATH 040 - ALFM LEVEL V & VI
  • MATH 041 - Introductory Algebra I
  • MATH 050 - Introduction to Algebra
  • MATH 051 - Intermediate Algebra
  • MATH 053 - Business/Technical Mathematics
  • MATH 055 - Introduction to Algebra II
  • MATH 057 - Intermediate Algebra I
  • MATH 059 - Intermediate Algebra II
  • MATH 060 - Provincial Level Math I
  • MATH 061 - Provincial Level Math II
  • MATH 063 - Algebra & Trigonometry
  • MATH 065 - Calculus
  • MATH 090 - Math Seminars
  • MATH 100 - Pre – Calculus
  • MATH 110 (Also offered as BUSM 200) - Finite Math
  • MATH 120 (also offered as BUSM 207) - Introduction to Statistics
  • MATH 140 - Technical Mathematics
  • NADU 100 - Nadut’en Introduction
  • NADU 110 - Nadut’en I
  • NADU 111 - Nadut’en II
  • NADU 150 - Nadut’en Immersion I
  • NADU 151 - Nadut’en Immersion II
  • NADU 210 - Nadut’en III
  • NADU 211 - Nadut’en IV
  • NADU 220 - Nadut’en Oral Tradition
  • NADU 250 - Nadut’en Immersion III
  • NADU 251 - Nadut’en Immersion IV
  • NADU 270 - Nadut’en Structure and Analysis I
  • NADU 271 - Nadut’en Structure And Analysis II
  • NADU 280 - Nadut’en: Practical Speech
  • NADU 281 - Nadut’en II: Practical Writing
  • NADU 350 - Nadut’en Immersion V
  • NADU 351 - Nadut’en Immersion VI
  • NAID 01 - Community Based Adult Education
  • NAID 02 - Elements of Instruction: Communications Skills
  • NAID 03 - Elements of Instruction: Teaching Strategies
  • NAID 04 - Teaching Native Adults
  • NAID 05 - Instructional Design and Evaluation
  • NAID 06 - Adult Teaching and Learning Theory
  • NAID 07 - Practicum
  • NLEK 100 - Nle’kepmxcin Introduction
  • NLEK 110 - Nle'kepmxcin I (Previously INST 113)
  • NLEK 111 - Nle'kepmxcin II (Previously INST 114)
  • NLEK 150 - Nle'kepmxcin Immersion (Previously INST 190)
  • NLEK 151 - Nle'kepmxcin Immersion II
  • NLEK 210 - Nle'kepmxcin III (Previously INST 213)
  • NLEK 211 - Nle'kepmxcin IV (Previously INST 214)
  • NLEK 220 - Nle'kepmxcin Oral Tradition
  • NLEK 270 - Nle’kepmxcin Structure and Analysis I
  • NLEK 271 - Nle’kepmxcin Structure and Analysis II
  • NLEK 280 - Nle’kepmxcin: Practical Speech
  • NLEK 281 - Nle’kepmxcin: Practical Writing
  • NLEK 310 - Nle'kepmxcin V
  • NLEK 311 - Nle'kepmxcin VI
  • NSYL 050 - Nsyilxcen I (Available at Enowkin Indian Education Resources Centre (Previously INST 051)
  • NSYL 060 - Nsyilxcen II (Available at Enowkin Indian Education Resources Centre) (Previously INST 061)
  • NSYL 110 - Nsyilxcen I (OKANAGAN LANGUAGE) (Previously INST 111)
  • NSYL 111 - Nsyilxcen II (Okanagan Language) (Previously INST 112)
  • NSYL 150 (formerly INST 191) - Okanagan Immersion
  • NSYL 151 (formerly INST 192) - Special Topics- N’syilxcen Immersion
  • NSYL 152 - Nsyilxcen Immersion: Entry Tools
  • NSYL 153 - Nsyilxcen : Place & Person
  • NSYL 154 - Nsyilxcen: Place & Time
  • NSYL 255 - Nsyilxcen Immersion: Place & Topic I
  • NSYL 257 - Nsyilxcen Immersion Place & Topic II
  • NSYL 360 - Nsyilxcen Immersion: Advanced Apprentice
  • PBSF 210 - Approaches to Interpersonal Violence
  • PBSF 220 - Aboriginal Gang Reduction Strategies
  • PHIL 100 - Introduction to Critical Thinking
  • PHYS 050 - Physics - Advanced Level
  • PHYS 060 - Provincial Level
  • POLI 100 - Introduction to Politics
  • POLI 111 - Canadian Government and Politics
  • POLI 121 - Contemporary Political Ideologies
  • POLI 260 - Global Politics
  • PRNS 222 - Professional Practice A
  • PRNS 223 - Professional Communication A
  • PRNS 225 - Pharmacology A
  • PRNS 226 - Variations in Health A
  • PRNS 227 - Health Promotion A
  • PRNS 228 - Integrated Nursing Practice A
  • PRNS 229 - Consolidated Practice Experience A
  • PRNS 232 - Professional Practice III
  • PRNS 233 - Professional Communication III
  • PRNS 236 - Variations in Health III
  • PRNS 237 - Health Promotion III
  • PRNS 238 - Integrated Nursing Practice III
  • PRNS 239 - Consolidated Practice Experience III
  • PRNS 242 - Professional Practice IV
  • PRNS 243 - Professional Communication IV
  • PRNS 245 - Transition to Preceptorship
  • PRNS 246 - Variations in Health IV
  • PRNS 247 - Health Promotion IV
  • PRNS 248 - Integrated Nursing Practice IV
  • PRNS 249 - Consolidated Practice Experience IV
  • PRNS 250 - Preceptorship
  • PSYC 212 - Introduction to Personality
  • PSYC 241 - Introduction to Abnormal Behavior
  • PSYC 111 - Introduction to Psychology I
  • PSYC 115 - Adolescence and Addiction
  • PSYC 121 - Introduction to Psychology II
  • PSYC 131 - Applied Interpersonal and Career Development Skills
  • PSYC 201 - Intro to Research Methods in Psychology
  • PSYC 203 - Introduction to Data Analysis in Psychology
  • PSYC 213 - Lifespan Human Development I
  • PSYC 221 - Introduction to Cognitive Psychology
  • PSYC 222 - Introduction to Social Psychology
  • PSYC 223 - Lifespan Human Development II
  • PSYC 225 - Historical Trauma on First Nation's People
  • PSYC 230 - Introduction to Social Psychology
  • PSYC 303 - Critical Analysis in Psychology
  • PSYC 311 - History of Modern and Traditional Psychology
  • READ 040 - Introductory Reading Skills
  • READ 050 - Basic Reading Skills
  • READ 060 - Provincial Reading Skills
  • SCIE 040 - Science - Intermediate Level
  • SCIE 044 - Human Physiology for Health Care
  • SCIE 061 - Ecoliteracy
  • SCIE 108 - Aboriginal Land Use Planning
  • SCIE 140 - Ethnoscience
  • SCIE 150 - Aspects of Plateau Ethnoscience (Comparative Science)
  • SCIE 155 - Plateau Ethnobotany
  • SECW 110 - Secwepemctsín Introduction
  • SECW 111 - Secwepemctsín II
  • SECW 150 - Secwepemctsín Immersion I
  • SECW 151 - Secwepemctsín Immersion II
  • SECW 210 - Secwepemctsín III
  • SECW 211 - Secwepemctsín IV
  • SECW 220 - Secwépemctsin Oral Tradition
  • SECW 250 - Secwepemctsin Immersion III
  • SECW 251 - Secwepemctsin Immersion IV
  • SECW 281 - Secwepemctsín: Practical Writing
  • SECW 310 - Secwepemctsín V
  • SECW 350 - Secwepemc Language Immersion V
  • SECW 351 - Secwepemc Language Immersion VI
  • SKWX 110 - Skwxwu7mesh Language Introduction
  • SKWX 111 - Skwxwú7mesh Language I
  • SKWX 210 - Skwxwú7mesh Language II (Previously INLG 250)
  • SKWX 211 - Skwxwú7mesh Language III (Previously INLG 253)
  • SOCI 111 - Introduction to Sociology I
  • SOCI 121 - Introduction to Sociology II
  • SOCI 133 - Group Dynamics
  • SOCI 200 - The Nature of Racism
  • SOCI 211 - Canadian Society: Ethnic Inequality
  • SOCI 213 - Sociology of Women
  • SOCI 259 - Deviance & Social Control
  • SOCI 262 - Culture and Identity
  • SOCI 298 - Directed Studies
  • SOCI 299 - Directed Studies
  • SOCI 300 - Peacemaking
  • SOCW 200A - Introduction to Social Work Practice
  • SOCW 200B - Introduction to Social Welfare in Canada
  • SOCW 301 - The Research Practitioner in the Human Services
  • SOCW 302 - Data Analysis in the Health and Human Services Professions
  • SOCW 304 - Social Work Field Practice
  • SOCW 306 - Theory and Ideology of Social Work
  • SOCW 311 - Aboriginal Perspectives on Social Policy
  • SOCW 320 - Trauma Informed Social Work Theory & Practice
  • SOCW 330 - International Field Studies
  • SOCW 340 - Social Work & Healthcare
  • SOCW 350 - Social Work, Law and Social Policy
  • SOCW 353 - Social Work Practice with Individuals
  • SOCW 358 - Legal Skills for Social Workers
  • SOCW 359 - Advanced Social Work Practice with Individuals
  • SOCW 375 - Cultural Immersion
  • SOCW 376 - Child Welfare Practice
  • SOCW 402 - Social Work Field Practice
  • SOCW 404 - Ethical Practice in Aboriginal Communities
  • SOCW 420 - Family Violence and Abuse
  • SOCW 430 - Sexual Diversity and Social Work Practice
  • SOCW 440 - Social Work and Mental Health
  • SOCW 445 - Aboriginal Health & Wellness
  • SOCW 450 - Leadership Practice in Social Service Organizations
  • SOCW 452 - Education for Social Change
  • SOCW 455 - Social Work Practice with Communities
  • SOCW 457 (Previously SOCW 454) - Aboriginal Social Work Theory
  • SOCW 460 - Special Topics in Social Work
  • SOCW 461 - Social Work Practice with Groups
  • SOCW 465 - Older People, Aging and Society
  • SOCW 466 - Addictions
  • SOCW 477 - Family Practice
  • SOCW 478 - Introduction to Disabilities
  • SOCW 486 (Previously SOCW 456) - Aboriginal Social Work Practice
  • SOCW 490 - Directed Studies
  • STAT 203 - Introduction to Statistics for the Social Sciences
  • STLG 100 - Introduction to St’át’imcets Language
  • STLG 110 - Introduction To St’át’imcets (Lillooet Language) I
  • STLG 111 - St’át’imcets (Lillooet Language) II
  • STLG 150 - St’at’imcets Immersion I
  • STLG 151 - St’át’imcets Immersion (Lillooet Language) II
  • STLG 220 - St’a’timcets Oral Tradition
  • STLG 250 - St’át’imcets Immersion (Lillooet Language) III
  • STLG 251 - St’át’imcets Immersion IV
  • STLG 270 - St’át’imcets Structure & Analysis I
  • STLG 271 - St’át’imcets Structure and Analysis II
  • STLG 350 - St’át’imcets Immersion V (Lillooet Language)
  • STLG 360 - St’át’imcets Mentoring I
  • STLG 361 - St’át’imcets Mentoring 2
  • STSC 101 - Strategies for Success 101
  • THTR 110 - Introduction to Acting
  • TRAN 050 - Transition I
  • TRMG 101 - The Tourism Industry
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