Online Courses

Many of these courses are offered as independent study formats. **These courses have been confirmed and are available during the following semesters. Course not marked by ** have not yet been confirmed. Courses marked √ can be started and completed anytime up to a 4-6 month period. Note: Adult Learners: Interested in completing a BA in Leadership? We also offer a leadership major and courses online. Ask us about it. www.trinitywestern.com 

Summer Sessions 2015

  • COMM 111 Intro to Communications ** √
  • ENGL 103 IS Introduction to Literature **  √
  • ENGL 104 IS Introduction to Drama & Poetry **  √
  • GEOG 131 Global Environmental Issues   **  √
  • GEOG 230 Geography of Canada **  √
  • HIST 108 OL World History since 1500 (II) (April 27 - June 19) Add'l fee: $65 **
  • HIST 251 OL History of USA (June 29 - Aug 7) Add'l fee: $65**
  • HKIN 295 OL Health Education (April 27 - June 12) Add'l fee: $65**
  • PHIL 105 Intro to Philosophy (July 2 – Aug. 8) Add'l fee: $65**
  • IDIS 400 EQUIV See PSYC 490 Personhood (June 23 – July 18)Add'l fee: $65 Syllabus **
  • LING 483/538 Language Program Design & Management (June 9-Aug. 8) **
  • MATH 101IS Mathematics for Business** √
  • MATH 190IS Math for Elementary Teachers**  √
  • POLS 234 Intr. To Canadian Government & Politics (April 28 – June 20) Syllabus **
  • PSYC 215 Lifespan Development May 4 - Aug 7**
  • PSYC 301 Theories of Personality April 27 - Aug 7 ** 
  • PSYC 305 Abnormal Psychology May 4 - Aug 7 **
  • PSYC 322 Research Methods **May 4 - Aug 7 **
  • PSYC 354 Brain and Behaviour (April 27-Aug 7)**
  • PSYC 490 Personhood (IDIS 400 Equiv.) (June 23 – July 18) Syllabus**
  • RELS 320 Dead Sea Scrolls (May 26 - June 20); Add'l fee: $65 For info see Syllabus 2012 **
  • SOCI 234 Intr. to Canadian Gov’t & Politics (April 28 – June 20)Add'l fee: $65  Syllabus **
  • WRTG 100 IS Introduction to Writing ** √

Fall courses (September - December):

  • COMM 111 Introduction to Communications **Syllabus
  • ENGL 103 Introduction to Literature ** √
  • ENGL 104 Introduction to Drama & Poetry ** √
  • GEOG 131 Global Environmental Issues  √
  • GEOG 230 Geography of Canada √
  • MATH 101 Math for Business **  √
  • MATH 190 Math for Elementary Teachers ** √
  • PHIL 105 Introduction to Philosophy √
  • PHIL 210 Contemporary Ethical Issues √
  • PSYC 105 Introduction to Psychology **Syllabus
  • PSYC 106 Introduction to Psychology **Syllabus
  • SAMC 110  Introduction to Fine Arts  Syllabus
  • SOCI 101 Introduction to Sociology
  • WRTG 100 Intro to Writing ** √ Syllabus

Second, Third & Fourth Year Courses:

  • COMM 351 - 359 Communications Practicum (students who are not COMM majors may choose to do a communications practicum if their work or volunteer experience fits. ie. marketing/sales/communications); Varied lengths of time; any where in the world  **
  • ENGL 351 Shakespeare
  • PSYC/LDRS 330 Leadership in Organizations & Small Groups Syllabus
  • PSYC 354 Brain & Behaviour Syllabus
  • PSYC 490 Personhood Syllabus

Spring Semester (January - April) 2015

First year courses (choose from the following courses):

  • COMM 111 Introduction to Communications ** Syllabus
  • ENGL 103 Introduction to Literature **  √
  • ENGL 104 Introduction to Drama & Poetry **  √
  • GEOG 131 Global Environmental Issues **  √
  • GEOG 230 Geography of Canada **√
  • MATH 101 Mathematics for Business** √
  • MATH 190 Math for Elementary Teachers**  √
  • PSYC 105 Introduction to Psychology **Syllabus
  • PSYC 106 Introduction to Psychology** Syllabus
  • SAMC 110  Introduction to Fine Arts **Syllabus
  • SOCI 101 Intro to Sociology
  • WRTG 100 Introduction to Writing ** √

Second, Third & Fourth Year Courses:

  • COMM 351 - 359 Communications Practicum (students who are not COMM majors may choose to do a communications practicum if their work or volunteer experience fits. ie. marketing/sales/communications); Varied lengths of time; any where in the world
  • COMM 450 Special Topics
  • ENGL 352 Shakespeare
  • ENGL 391 Children's Literature
  • HIST 251 History of United States
  • HIST 335 Dev't of the Canadian Constitution
  • HIST 371 History of Africa since 1500  Syllabus
  • HIST 381 History of the Modern Middle East Syllabus
  • PSYC 215 Lifespan Development**
  • PSYC 301 Theories of Personality**
  • PSYC 305 Abnormal Psychology**
  • PSYC 330 Leadership in Organizations & Small Groups
  • PSYC 354 Brain & Behaviour Syllabus
  • PSYC 490 Personhood Syllabus
  • RELS 320 Dead Sea Scrolls** √

 

 

*The courses listed here are subject to change.

Can't see the course you need?
Email: Jonathan Barkowsky at barkowsky@twu.ca if you have questions about these courses.