Topics include: the economies and political traditions of the countries in question; contemporary patterns of politics and policy-making, individual and collective rights, governmental power and the functioning of executives, legislatures, bureaucracies, parties, and pressure groups in the context of current policy problems. This course is designed to provide an introduction to population health and instill the concepts and principles of population health promotion. In addition, a mandatory orientation session is held prior to the field placement and students are required to attend bi-weekly seminars. *Note: Students may only receive credit for one of BUS 205, ADMN 205, and ADMN 265. Students may receive credit for only one of FR 101 or FRN 101*, The physical basis of geography; climate, landforms, and the geography of water, soil, and plants. *Note: Students who have already received credit for both ECON 201 and ECON 301 may not retake ECON 201 for credit. This course will outline the Public Relations tool kit and provide an understanding of which techniques are appropriate in specific situations. Topics include rhetorical considerations for effective writing, process-oriented writing and revision, critical reading skills, approaches to group collaboration, research tools, bibliographies, academic integrity, and citation methods. This program consists of degree credit courses (10 courses or 30 credit hours). ***Prerequisite: KIN 260*** Western approaches and research paradigms to research will be analyzed as well as an overview of the importance of research by, with and for Indigenous communities. ***Prerequisite: University Admission. Graded on a pass/fail basis. Students will identify and challenge existing colonial structures across the globe. Go to the Visual Schedule Builder. Students may receive credit for only one of JS 100, 210 or HJ 201. This course will introduce students to the functional areas of administration in a variety of organizations. *Note: Formerly numbered GEOG 221. Welcome to the University of Regina' s Online Application for Admission form. The holism of Indigenous perspectives will be demonstrated. Graded on a pass/fail basis. *Note: Students must fill out the required forms for off-campus activities* ***Prerequisite: Completion of 12 credit hours or SOC 100 or permission of Department Head. The areas of focus for this course include program planning models; design of evaluation plans; program theory; mixed-methods data collection; indicators and measures of program outcomes; policy evaluation and evaluation reporting. This broad survey course explores the changing role of music within society across time and disciplines, with emphasis on developing critical listening skills. Students: Remote Learning. Course materials will bring diverse theorists into dialogue with such topics as gender, identity, sexuality, the body, work, the family, language, violence, representation. *, This introductory course is designed to present the managerial implications of a band government administrative structure. It then presents you with your Course Reference Numbers (CRNs) that you may use to register yourself via UR Self-Service. You can complete the first two years of a Faculty of Arts degree right at home so you won’t have the expense of moving to Regina. Learning theories related to digital pedagogy will be explored as they apply to course/learning environment design. There will be a strong emphasis on critical thinking, problem solving, understanding concepts and their applications. It utilizes both historical and theoretical materials to analyze the effect on inequalities of power and wealth on justice and injustice in society. *, This course will introduce students to the functional areas of business in a variety of organizations. What are the benefits of taking online courses? This course is designed to sensitize students to the central role of ethics in contemporary social work. ***Prerequisite: FRN 100, permission based on assessment test, or permission of Department Head*** *** And, if you have any technical issues, we’re here to help at email@example.com. University of Regina, 2010 License / Registration Saskatchewan Association of Social Workers Additional Role n/a Location University of Regina Online Therapy Unit Special Interests Anxiety & Depression, Addiction, Psychosis, Concurrent Disorders and Peer Support *Note: This course was formerly numbered FR 101. This course covers the financial management function in health care organizations including operating and capital budgeting processes along with budgetary and financial controls. *Note: Creative Technologies Program Option*, Key topics in media and communication such as: theories of media and communication; technology as social practice; digital and interactive media; television and advertising; global media; online media; surveillance; alternative and tactical media; perceptual media. *** *Note: Required classroom based placement of one half day per week for 8 weeks. Models of community development that are holistic and sustainable and that include understanding governance, land and resources, culture, and health will be examined. ***Prerequisite: EPS 116 or permission from the First Nations University of Canada, Indigenous Education Department Head. An introduction to the issues, concepts and institutions of contemporary politics in both Canadian and international contexts, inviting critical thinking on subjects such as power, citizenship, democracy, diversity, feminism and colonialism. This form may be completed to apply for Undergraduate or Graduate Program admission. *, Basic principles of hydrology and the geography of water. The course will focus on the major decisions facing marketing executives in their attempt to harmonize the objectives and resources of the organization with the opportunities found in the marketplace. For additional information, refer to our Students page. *, This introductory course addresses basic concepts and processes of the field of human resource management. ***Prerequisites: JS 090, JS 100, and completion of 30 credit hours or permission of Department Head. *** UR Courses is based on Moodle, an open source application used to create and support course websites and online communities of learning. Focusing on the health care imperative of accountability to the community, this course deals with the measurement of performance in health care organizations. Specific topics may include issues such as the development of capitalist industrial societies, local and global inequalities, and the ways in which economic, technological, and political changes shape the world we live in. The course will focus on both oral and written communication. *Note: Students many not receive credit for both PR 203 and PR 39*. Using an active living approach to situate theoretical and practical learning, this course requires the student to exercise the application of adapted physical activity principles to engage children, youth, and yound adults in physical activities that are safe, challenging, and self-determined with a focus on success. *** *** Prerequisite: WGST 100 or completion of 15 credit hours, or permission of the coordinator ***, Academic Discourse: Writing, Research, and Learning Strategies, Introduction to First Nations Public Administration, First Nation Public Administration in Canada, Introduction to Human Resource Management and Industrial Relations, Academic Integrity and Strategies for Success, Designing for Online and Blended Learning, Education for Justice: Knowledge, Schooling and Society, Introduction to Educational Technology and Media, Advanced Studies in Educational Technology and Media, An Introductory Survey of North American Indian Art, Introduction to Contemporary Indigenous Issues, Indigenous History Within Canada: Western Canada, Community-Based Indigenous Health Research Methods, Indigenous Perspective on Community Development, Indigenous Approach to Social Work Research, Health Care Organizations and Administration, Decision Making and Leadership in Healthcare Organizations, Performance Measurement in Health Care Organizations, Financial Management of Health Care Organizations, Sociology of Sport, Recreation and Physical Activity, Local Government Authority in Saskatchewan, Local Government Legislation and Statute Law, People, Power and Politics: An Introduction, Introductory Psychology: Biological and Cognitive Focus, Introduction to Recreation for Persons with Disabilities, Feminisms: Feminist Theories and Knowledge. What's New. Instructor Guide. A survey of theory and research related to individual differences in thinking, feeling, and behaving. UR Courses is the primary online learning environment used by the University of Regina and its federated colleges. Contact IT Support for login, software, web browser, or other technical questions you may have. Students will gain knowledge about macro practice theories and will begin to develop and enhance the social work skills used in various practice settings. ***Prerequisite: SW 100, SW 202, SW 346, SW 347, SW 348, SW 350, SW 390, SW 421, SW 451, SW 460, and SW 469*** Students will examine key theories, models and ethical principles that underpin the profession; the nature and composition of public relations as a career; and the major steps in the strategic public relations process. Special emphasis is given to the policy, financial and personnel aspects of First Nations public sector administration. In order to ensure that our tutors are qualified, they must meet the following requirements: Obtain an 80% or higher in the course(s) they intend to tutor in. For additional information, refer to our Instructors page. *Note: This course must be completed by the end of the first semester of study in any CCE undergraduate certificate program. *Note: Students may only receive credit for one of ECS 102 and ECS 110. Management control focuses on the implementation of business strategies and the attainment of organizational goals. Learn more. The courses listed in the Course and Program Catalogue are not necessarily offered each year. *, This course is a survey introduction to the gambling and commercial gaming industry. * Note 2: Every section of ENGL 110 has a different focus. Emphasis is placed on processes that account for the earth's natural landscapes and their geographic variability. These changes also support the University’s transition to teaching at a distance for the rest of the Fall 2020 semester. *** Prerequisite: PSCI 100 ***, An introduction to comparative analysis of industrial and developing states. Some topics explored will be a feminist view of the social, historical and cultural roots of the environmental crisis, environmental rights and ethics, and women's participation in environmental movements to name a few. It also provides an introduction to some of the problems inherent in assigning valuations to various cost objects. The course content includes levels of organization of the human body, cells, tissues, and the integumentary, skeletal, muscular, cardiovascular and respiratory systems. Lectures focus on contemporary art practices and objects, design elements, media and methods, and the meanings and contexts that inform the making and reception of art works. Topics include the nature of research, current issues in educational research, a variety of basic types of research and research designs, the literature review, critical reading of and interpreting of various types of research. ***Prerequisite: SW 346. The emphasis will be upon the historical roots and teachings of new religions, and issues related to their popularity and interpretation. The Tutor Registry is an online, searchable database where you can find University of Regina students who offer independent tutoring services in many different subject areas. ***Prerequisite: 15 credit hours or ECON 100 or Pre-Calculus 20 (or equivalent)*** * In addition, a mandatory orientation session is held prior to the field placement and students are required to attend bi-weekly seminars. The course will emphasize the use of research, analysis, goals, objectives, audience and issue analysis and measurement of results. *, This course investigates the creative use of technology. Seminars assist in the integration of theory and practice through sharing of experience and knowledge. *Note: Normally offered in fall semester only.*. Topics include an introduction to public sector management, effective leadership, and the fundamental functions of local government. *Note: Formerly numbered LG 014. *, Through hands-on studio projects, you will draw, paint, use print media, photography, and intermedia processes to develop a working understanding of two-dimensional design principles. For assistance with the Library, contact Library Support with any questions you may have. Key topics include: gender and sexual identity, gender inequality, and changing definitions of masculinity and femininity. ***Prerequisite: PSYC 101 and 102***, This course examines beliefs and practices of some emerging new religions including New Age, Wicca, Neo-paganism, Scientology, Unification Church, UFO groups, Solar Temple, Transcendental Meditation and Soka Gakai. Concurrent enrolment is allowed.***. It will examine the dynamics of conducting applied health research in culturally appropriate ways including special attention to ethics, sensitivities, protocols, and health priorities. ***Prerequisite: INSW 200***, This course focuses on an understanding of Indigenous worldviews and knowledge and how these inform Indigenous research methodologies. Students may receive credit for only one of GEOG 121 or 221. Sociolinguistic characteristics of the Japanese language will be emphasized. Save the time it would take to travel back and forth to campus. Modules will include introductory and intermediate skills in Adobe Photoshop, Adobe Illustrator, and Adobe InDesign as well as learning how to incorporate scanned artwork or photography into works for both print and screen. *Note: Students may only receive credit for one of ECS 101 and ECS 100. Topics include case law, statute law, contracts, preparation and interpretation of bylaws, interpretation of statutes and detailed study of Government of Saskatchewan Acts governing rural, urban and Northern municipalities. Through writing exercises, readings and presentations, students will to critique their work and that of their peers. *, This course is designed to assist students to improve their skills and confidence as effective communicators in an organizational context. You will then be able to search the possible course offerings for that term. Implementing strategic and organizational change will also be covered. If you have a UR Courses question, problem, or need to extend a course, please submit a UR Courses ticket. The University of Regina with campuses located in Regina and Saskatoon on Treaty 4 and Treaty 6 territories, the ancestral lands of the Cree, Saulteaux, Dakota, Nakoda, and Lakota nations and the homeland of the M?tis, is a comprehensive, mid-sized university that traces its roots back to the creation of Regina College, a small residential high school established by the Methodist church in 1911. * Students will be introduced to various theoretical perspectives on gender and sexuality, including feminist theories, LGBT studies, and queer theory. Students may not receive credit for both JAPN 100 and JAPN 111. *Note: Students who have received credit for any mathematics or statistics course (other than MATH 108) cannot take this class for credit, unless it is explicitly required in their program or they have received consent from the Head of the Department of Mathematics and Statistics. This Individual and Group Inquiries class will focus on foster care. This course encourages students to develop their unique voice by experimenting with creative processes and forms that take writing from initial impulse to playable draft. Students may not receive credit for both BUS 100 and ADMN 100. *This course is crosslisted with SRS 120*. If the semester has already begun, access to your course … Students may receive credit for only one of LG 014 or LG 200. Students will be closely mentored through a variety of dramaturgical techniques. *, This course examines the concept of aboriginal rights, as well as other special rights of aboriginal people, from both Indigenous and western legal perspectives. Find list of all courses of University of Regina (Canada), their fee structure along with course duration & eligibility at Shiksha. *Note: Students may only receive credit for one of BUS 250, ADMN 250, or NSLI 310. Programs & Courses If you think studying online with Athabasca University might be right for you, we encourage you to explore our wide variety of distance learning programs and courses. If you intend to use UR Courses for the upcoming semester, please login and complete the. Students cannot receive credit for both BIOL 140 and 150. ***Prerequisite: EDTC 300***, The implications of culture and cultural change for education are examined using examples from First Nations cultures. *** *Note: Students who are planning to repeat ENGL 100 should seek academic advising before doing so*, A study of a special topic in literature, which may include non-literary texts, in conjunction with a continuation of the writing program begun in ENGL 100. *** Prerequisite: INDG 100 or permission of Department Head ***, This course will provide a historical look at the rationale, ideology, operations and deficiencies of the Indian Residential School system of Canada including underfunding, physical and spiritual abuse, and student mortality. The Wellbeing Courses. This studio course explores the creative opportunities available when working digitally in the areas of fine art, illustration and graphic design. * Note: INDG 100 and INDG 201 can be taken concurrently with permission of the Department Head. *** Prerequisite: WGST 100 or permission of coordinator ***, This course is an interdisciplinary and cross-cultural exploration of issues revolving around women, the environment and change. ***, This course provides students with a comprehensive overview of environmental law, regulation and policy at the provincial and federal levels. ***Prerequisite: Completion of 12 credit hours or SOC 100 or permission of Department Head. By the end of this course, students will know how to avoid academic misconduct in order to be successful in undergraduate-level study in any discipline. *This course is crosslisted with KIN 120*, This course aims to develop an understanding of the characteristics of organizations, institutions and communities. In light of the COVID-19 pandemic, the University of Regina Campus Store is implementing the following changes in order to assist students with accessing required textbooks for their courses, while complying with public health directives on social distancing. ***, This course develops students' proficiency in critical reading and writing through the study of a wide range of non-literary and literary texts, and the study of composition, with emphasis on connections between modes of reading and writing. *Note: SOC 100 is required for all majors in Sociology*, This course introduces students to sociological perspectives on the family, with emphasis on issues of particular importance in contemporary Canadian society. This course introduces the use of accounting systems for managerial information and control purposes. Enter your User ID/staff/student NUMBER, (consisting of nine digits) and PIN (minimum of eight digits) below, then select "Login". * Note: Formerly numbered LG 015. Students who have credit for either BIOL 100 or BIOL 101 cannot subsequently receive credit for either of BIOL 140 or BIOL 150. *, The craft of creative writing, with work in poetry, drama, and prose fiction. Provides an overview of the Canadian legal system and issues involved in the pursuit of criminal, legal, restorative, and social justice. *** Prerequisite: INDG 232 or permission of Department Head ***, This course will focus on basic community-based health research methods involving Indigenous populations in Canada. Notice: Information and plans for upcoming academic terms. *. Students are introduced to a critical analysis of the social work profession, and exposed to a range of social work theories and models. ***Prerequisite: 15 credit hours***, This language and culture course for near beginners will continue the discovery of more extensive vocabulary and structures in order to further develop oral and written communication skills while furthering cultural awareness of the Francophone world. Analysis of styles in their historical context, development of the specialist's vocabulary. Students, with support of agency supervision, will become directly involved in social work services and systems within the community, and experience professional practice. This course will cover leadership theory and practice, with a focus on effective leadership in the public sector and ethical decision-making. The course will focus on the employee life cycle within the K-12 educational setting. ***Prerequisite: Completion of 12 credit hours or SOC 100 or permission of the Department Head. *, The course provides an introduction to the foundations of teaching, including politics of education, ethical relationality, teacher identity and professionalism, conceptions of learners and learning, and teaching for justice, equality and equity. Central issues such as justice, political authority, natural rights, sovereignty and democratic legitimacy will be explored in the ideas of some of the major figures in the history of political theory from ancient to modern times. * Note: Students whom previously completed JAPN 101 should consult with the department about whether this course can be completed for credit. Planning, organizing, and evaluating learner-centered curriculum and environments for young children. 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