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ENV 1015   Fundamentals of Environmental Micro. & Toxicology   Credits: 3

In this course, students will be introduced to the types, morphology, and classification of microbes. Students will also explore topics including microbial nutrition and growth, microbes and the environment, mutation and genetic recombination, sterilization and disinfection, and various antimicrobial agents. Students will also discuss the effects of harmful chemicals released into the environment on humans and ecosystems. Students will trace movement of pollutants in air, water and soil, sediments, and food chains, involving chemical transformation (biotransformation). Students will practice basic microbiology and toxicology techniques in the laboratory.

TAD 1015   Mang. a Diverse Learning Env.   Credits: 2

In this course, students will explore two key aspects of managing a diverse adult learning environment and will investigate cross-cultural differences in adult learning styles, preferences, and educational expectations and compare those to learning in a Canadian learning environment. Students will also develop the capacity and competencies to recognize how diversity impacts the learning experience and develop the tools and confidence to manage and plan for complexities that surface in such a learning environment.

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