Summer Session II/III
Anthropology
20291 ANTH 1000 Y The Anthropological Perspective 04-Jul-05 17-Aug-05 M W 18:00-20:50 H114 Holdsworth C
NOTE: Course designation: Social Science.
Economics
20292 ECON 2900 Y Economics and Business Statistics 04-Jul-05 17-Aug-05 M W 19:00-21:50 N906 Stallard J
NOTE: Students MUST register for the SEC and the LAB.
NOTE: Credit is NOT allowed for Economics 2900 and Statistics 2780.
NOTE: Course designation: Science.
PREREQUISITES: Economics 1010 or 1012, and Statistics 1770.
20293 ECON 2900 2 Econ 2900 Lab 2 04-Jul-05 17-Aug-05 M W 18:00-18:50 N906 Stallard J
Fine Arts
20204 FA 3100 Y Exploring Creativity 04-Jul-05 17-Aug-05 M W 18:00-20:50 L302 Dobbin G
NOTE: Course designation: Fine Arts and Humanities.
PREREQUISITE: Second-year standing (a minimum of 30.0 credit hours).
Management
20185 MGT 3040 Y Finance 04-Jul-05 17-Aug-05 Tu Th 18:00-20:50 H105 Harbottle T
PREREQUISITE: Management 2400.

20186 MGT 3051 Y Managing People&Organizations/POLI 3421 04-Jul-05 17-Aug-05 Tu Th 18:00-20:50 N1009 Prociuk T
NOTE: Credit is allowed for only one of MGT 3051/Political Science 3421, MGT 3050/Political Science 3420, and MGT 3850 (Managing People and Organizations).
PREREQUISITE: Political Science 2410, Management 2030(3030), or admission to the Post-Diploma Bachelor of Management program.

20187 MGT 3061 Y Information Systems and Management 04-Jul-05 17-Aug-05 M W 18:00-20:50 MB024 Spielman T
PREREQUISITES: Management 2030(3030) and 2060.
COREQUISITE: Writing 1000 or a university English course (3.0 credit hours).

20188 MGT 3650 Y Introduction to International Mgt. 04-Jul-05 17-Aug-05 M W 18:00-20:50 H105 Leach N
PREREQUISITE: Third-year standing (a minimum of 60.0 credit hours).

20189 MGT 3901 Y Professional Consulting 04-Jul-05 17-Aug-05 Tu Th 18:00-20:50 H110 Kiraly G
PREREQUISITE: Management 2030(3030). COREQUISITES: Management 3020 and Management 3051/Political Science 3421.
Music
20205 MUSI 1000 Y Introduction to Music 04-Jul-05 17-Aug-05 Tu Th 18:00-20:50 MB024 Anderson J
NOTE: Course designation: Fine Arts and Humanities.
Native American Studies
20294 NAS 1000 Y Introduction to Native American Studies 04-Jul-05 17-Aug-05 Tu Th 18:00-20:50 H114 Wilkes B
NOTE: Course designation: Humanities.
Psychology
20295 PSYC 1000 Y Basic Concepts of Psychology 04-Jul-05 17-Aug-05 Tu Th 18:00-20:50 H107 Vaughan K
NOTE: *Please see note on Page 22 of the Summer/Fall 2005 Calgary and Edmonton Campus Guide.
NOTE: Course designation: Science.
Writing
20296 WRIT 1000 YA Introduction to Academic Writing 04-Jul-05 17-Aug-05 M W 18:00-20:50 H107 Hoyt B
NOTE: This course may NOT be included among the 13 courses required for the major in English for the B.A., BASc., or B.A./B.Mgt., or for the major in English/English Language Arts Education for the B.A./B.Ed.
NOTE: This course does NOT satisfy the prerequisite for 2000-level courses in English.
NOTE: Course designation: Humanities.