ID Course Credits
CMPT 140 CMPT 140 - Introduction to Computing Science & Programming I | 2020-2021

An elementary introduction to computing science and programming as a problem-solving tool. Fundamental concepts and terminology of computing science will be introduced. Programming skill will be obtained by using a high-level language. Topics will include: abstraction, data types and control structures, fundamental algorithms and pseudocode, computability and complexity, and computer architecture.

3.00
CMPT 166 CMPT 166 - Introduction to Computing Science and Programming II | 2020-2021

A rigorous introduction to computing science and computer programming. Students will learn in- depth programming concepts by seeing how object oriented (OO) concepts are employed in the design and writing of code in a variety of notations. The emphasis is on the theory of OO programming and design of solutions, as well as implementation using an OO language such as Java or C++.

3.00
MATH 123 MATH 123 - Calculus I | 2020-2021

An introduction to the basic elements of calculus and its applications to modeling solutions to quantitative and computational problems encountered in mathematics and science. Lectures are three 75-minute classes, there are two voluntary tutorials (no sign-up needed), and there are extensive assignments requiring up to 12 hours per week.

3.00
MATH 124 MATH 124 - Calculus II | 2020-2021

Transcendental functions, integration techniques, polar co-ordinates, sequences, series, and Taylor series.

3.00
MATH 150 MATH 150 - Introduction to Discrete Math | 2020-2021

An introduction to those branches of pure mathematics which are most commonly used in the study of Computing Science and/or have other practical applications. Topics include logic, proofs, switching circuits, set theory, induction, functions, languages, finite automata, combinatorics, and algebraic structures.

3.00
MATH 223 MATH 223 - Calculus III | 2020-2021

Multivariate calculus. Topics include vectors, vector functions and derivatives; curves; partial and directional derivatives; Lagrange multipliers; double and triple integrals; spherical and cylindrical co-ordinates; vector integrals, Green's Theorem, and surface integrals.

3.00
MATH 250 MATH 250 - Linear Algebra | 2020-2021

Systems of linear equations, matrices, determinants, vector spaces, linear transformations, eigenvalues and eigenvectors, diagonalization applications, and linear programming.

3.00
MATH 410 MATH 410 - Senior Thesis | 2020-2021

Student-led inquiry into a chosen area of mathematics with a final written report on the research.

2.00
NATS 483 NATS 483 - Christian Perspectives in the Sciences: Computing Science | 2020-2021

This is a liberal arts-oriented capstone course concerning the integration of Christianity with computing science and other disciplines taught within the Faculty of Natural and Applied Sciences. Christian beliefs are applied to an understanding and evaluation of modern science and technology. The course integrates elements of theology, history and philosophy of science, and specific topics where Christian faith and science intersect. This course consists of three parts: general topics in science, further exploration of topics for students within computing science, and student-led seminars in interdisciplinary groups.

3.00
PHYS 111 PHYS 111 - Fundamentals of Physics I | 2020-2021

Students investigate physical reality employing basic principles of Newtonian mechanics which allow the description and explanation of motion: three-dimensional kinematics, dynamics of particles and rigid bodies including work, energy, momentum, rotational motion, simple harmonic motion, and fluids.

3.00