General Arts and Science (For International Students) Ontario College Certificate

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  • Entry requirements
    This program is especially designed for Visa students who wish to continue improving their English language skills within a post-secondary environment.
  • Academic Title
    General Arts and Science (For International Students) Ontario College Certificate
  • Course description
    Group 1
    • WRIT-1034    Reason & Writing 1 - EAP     4.00
    • PSYC-1056    Cross-Cultural Perspectives     3.00
    • INDS-1006    Intro - Global Studies Topics     4.00
    • INDS-3005    Global Issues     3.00

    Group 2

    TAKE WRIT-3005 OR WRIT-3002
    • WRIT-3005    Reason & Writing 2 - EAP     4.00
    • WRIT-3002    Reason & Writing 2     3.00

    Group 3

    INDS-1006 -  Intro - Global Studies Topics
    This course is designed to introduce international students in the

    INDS-3005 -  Global Issues
    The course is designed to introduce international students in the GAS3 program to a wide range of important global issues in areas such as culture, ethics and human rights, economics, and social institutions. Through the exploration of these topics, students will continue to develop academic reading, writing, research, and oral skills in English.

    PSYC-1056 -  Cross-Cultural Perspectives

    Cross-Cultural Perspectives is a general psychology course, which highlights the cross-cultural perspective of psychology. One of the goals of this course is to increase an understanding of similarities and differences among the peoples of the world by looking at both traditional and modern cultures. Through a series of readings, students will be exposed to other cultures so as to break down ethnocentric thinking and cultural stereotypes as well as to examine and understand how “human nature” is affected by socialization processes and life circumstances.

    WRIT-1034 -  Reason & Writing 1 - EAP
    This course will introduce students whose first language is not English to essential principles of reading, writing, and reasoning at the postsecondary level. Students will identify, summarize, analyze, and evaluate multiple short readings and write persuasive response essays to develop their vocabulary, comprehension, grammar, and critical thinking. Special attention will also be paid to developing academic vocabulary, correcting common ESL errors, enhancing academic listening and note-taking skills, and improving oral fluency and confidence.

    WRIT-3002 -  Reason & Writing 2

    This course will develop and refine critical reading, writing and reasoning skills. Students will analyse and evaluate various written sources, conduct research, produce advanced academic writing, and enhance argumentation and communication strategies.

    WRIT-3005 -  Reason & Writing 2 - EAP
    This course will develop and refine criticalreading, writing and reasoning skills. Studentswill analyze and evaluate various written sources,conduct research, produce advance academicwriting, and enhance argumentation andcommunication strategies. This course will alsoaddress the specific, persistent writen errors ofESL speakers.

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