Summer Session I
Anthropology
20158 ANTH 2510 Y Language, Culture, and Communication 09-May-11 22-Jun-11 M W 18:00-20:50 N614 Holdsworth C
NOTE: Course designation: Social Science.
PREREQUISITE(S): One of Anthropology 1000 or a previous course (3.0 credit hours) in Anthropology
Drama
20150 DRAM 2350 Y Speech Communication 09-May-11 22-Jun-11 Tu Th 18:00-20:50 N716 Dobbin G
NOTE: Drama 2350 is intended for non-Drama majors and is NOT counted toward the degree requirements in any B.F.A. (Dramatic Arts) degree program nor in any B.A. or BASc. degree program with a major in Dramatic Arts. B.F.A. (Multidisciplinary) students may count Drama 2350 toward the second and third major area only.
NOTE: Production attendance.
NOTE: Course designation: Fine Arts and Humanities.

20151 DRAM 3040 Y Exploring Creativity 09-May-11 22-Jun-11 M W 18:00-20:50 N716 Dobbin G
NOTE: Drama 3040 is intended for non-Drama majors. Drama 3040 may NOT be counted toward the requirements for any major in Dramatic Arts, regardless of degree program. B.F.A. (Multidisciplinary) students may count Drama 3040 toward the second and third major area only.
NOTE: Production attendance.
NOTE: Course designation: Fine Arts and Humanities.
PREREQUISITE(S): 15 university-level courses (a minimum of 45.0 credit hours)
EQUIVALENT: Fine Arts 3100 (prior to 2006/2007)
Economics
20169 ECON 1012 Y Introduction to Macroeconomics 09-May-11 22-Jun-11 Tu Th 18:00-20:50 N634 Khademvatani A
NOTE: Students MUST register for the SEC and the LAB.
NOTE: Course designation: Social Science.
20170 ECON 1012 1 Econ 1012 Lab 1 09-May-11 22-Jun-11 Tu Th 21:00-21:50 N634 Khademvatani A

20161 ECON 2900 Y Economics and Business Statistics 09-May-11 22-Jun-11 Tu Th 18:00-20:50 N628 Moldovan L
NOTE: Students MUST register for the SEC and the LAB.
NOTE: Course designation: Science.
PREREQUISITE(S): Statistics 1770; One of Economics 1010 or Economics 1012
SUBSTANTIALLY SIMILAR: Statistics 2780
20162 ECON 2900 1 Econ 2900 Lab 1 09-May-11 22-Jun-11 Tu Th 21:00-21:50 N637 Moldovan L
Education
20076 EDUC 2500 Y Orientation to Teaching 09-May-11 22-Jun-11 M 09:00-15:50 McConaghy G
NOTE: Registration is NOT available via the Bridge. Contact Student Program Services in the Faculty of Education. Email: edu.sps@uleth.ca or phone: 403-329-2254.
NOTE: First class will be held 9:00am-3:50p.m. on May 9 in Calgary, Bow Valley College, Room N364.
NOTE: Practicum will begin on May 11 and is normally 8:30a.m. - 3:30p.m. but may vary from school to school.
NOTE: In addition to regular tuition, students will be assessed a $50.00 off-campus instructional delivery fee.
NOTE: School Boards are advising all students to acquire a Criminal/Police Record check prior to the beginning of the practicum. Please allow 2-6 weeks to process record check. Contact SPS for a letter to reduce CRC cost.
NOTE: Education 2500 must be completed for admission to the Faculty of Education.
NOTE: Offered: Fall, Spring, Summer Session I.
NOTE: If you are a student with assessed or suspected needs that require accomodations, please contact the Education 2500 Coordinator and the Office of the Learning Strategist, Counselling Services prior to the beginning of the course so that appropriate arrangements can be made.
PREREQUISITE(S): Second-year standing (a minimum of 30.0 credit hours) and a GPA of 2.50 calculated on all University of Lethbridge and transferable courses.
20077 EDUC 2500 YA Orientation to Teaching 09-May-11 22-Jun-11 W 09:00-15:50 McTavish D
NOTE: Registration is NOT available via the Bridge. Contact Student Program Services in the Faculty of Education. Email: edu.sps@uleth.ca or phone: 403-329-2254.
NOTE: First class will be held 1:00Pm-3:50p.m. on May 10 in Calgary, Bow Valley College, Room N364.
NOTE: Practicum will begin on May 16 and is normally held 8:30a.m. - 3:30p.m. but may vary from school to school.
NOTE: In addition to regular tuition, students will be assessed a $50.00 off-campus instructional delivery fee.
NOTE: School Boards are advising all students to acquire a Criminal/Police Record check prior to the beginning of the practicum. Please allow 2-6 weeks to process record check. Contact SPS for a letter to reduce CRC cost.
NOTE: Education 2500 must be completed for admission to the Faculty of Education.
NOTE: Offered: Fall, Spring, Summer Session I.
NOTE: If you are a student with assessed or suspected needs that require accomodations, please contact the Education 2500 Coordinator and the Office of the Learning Strategist, Counselling Services prior to the beginning of the course so that appropriate arrangements can be made.
PREREQUISITE(S): Second-year standing (a minimum of 30.0 credit hours) and a GPA of 2.50 calculated on all University of Lethbridge and transferable courses.
20078 EDUC 2500 2 Teaching Practicum(For Y-Clg) 09-May-11 22-Jun-11 TuW 08:30-15:30 McConaghy G
20285 EDUC 2500 3 Teaching Practicum(For YA-Clg) 09-May-11 22-Jun-11 MTu 08:30-15:30 McTavish D
Management
20239 MGT 2100 YCA Introductory Accounting 09-May-11 22-Jun-11 M W 18:00-20:50 N621 Wong C

20240 MGT 3040 Y Finance 09-May-11 22-Jun-11 Tu Th 18:00-20:50 N614 Oloo O
PREREQUISITE(S): Economics 1010, Economics 1012; Management 2400; Statistics 1770

20241 MGT 3050 Y Human Resource Management/POLI 3420 09-May-11 22-Jun-11 F 18:00-20:50 N614 Mansouri M
09-May-11 22-Jun-11 Sa 09:00-11:50 N614 Mansouri M
NOTE: This course is offered on Friday night/Saturday morning, instead of the standard MW or TR nights.
NOTE: Cross-listed with Political Science 3420.
NOTE: Course designation: Social Science.
PREREQUISITE(S): One of Political Science 2410, Management 2030, or admission to the Post-Diploma Bachelor of Management program; One of Writing 1000 or a university English course (3.0 credit hours)
EQUIVALENT: Management 3850 (Managing People and Organizations) (prior to 2003/2004); Management 3051/Political Science 3421 (prior to 2006/2007)

20242 MGT 3061 Y Information Systems and Management 09-May-11 22-Jun-11 M W 18:00-20:50 N637 Dyck R
PREREQUISITE(S): Management 2030; Management 2060

20243 MGT 3100 YCA Intermediate Financial Accounting I 09-May-11 22-Jun-11 M W 18:00-20:50 N628 Singular W
COREQUISITE(S): Management 2060; Management 3040

20244 MGT 3130 YCA Cost Accounting 09-May-11 22-Jun-11 Tu Th 18:00-20:50 N621 Clarke J
PREREQUISITE(S): Management 2400

20245 MGT 3230 Y Retailing Management 09-May-11 22-Jun-11 M W 18:00-20:50 N617 Haidey D
PREREQUISITE(S): Management 3020

20246 MGT 3650 Y Introduction to International Management 09-May-11 22-Jun-11 F 18:00-20:50 N616 Debowska M
09-May-11 22-Jun-11 Sa 09:00-11:50 N616 Debowska M
NOTE: This course is offered on Friday night/Saturday morning, instead of the standard MW or TR nights.
PREREQUISITE(S): Third-year standing (a minimum of 60.0 credit hours)

20247 MGT 3710 Y Managing Not-for-Profit Organizations 09-May-11 22-Jun-11 M W 18:00-20:50 N619 Whiteman K
PREREQUISITE(S): Third-year standing (a minimum of 60.0 credit hours)
EQUIVALENT: Management 3850 (Managing Not-for-Profits) (prior to 2006/2007)

20248 MGT 4090 Y Management Policy and Strategy 09-May-11 22-Jun-11 Tu Th 18:00-20:50 N617 Williams L
PREREQUISITE(S): Fourth-year standing (a minimum of 90.0 credit hours); Management 3020; Management 3031; Management 3040; Management 3050/Political Science 3420; Management 3061 OR Fourth-year standing (a minumum of 90.0 credit hours); Admission to the Bachelor of Management program via the Diploma Admission Route; Management 3031; Management 3050/Political Science 3420; Management 3061

20249 MGT 4370 Y Leadership in Organizations 09-May-11 22-Jun-11 M W 18:00-20:50 N616 MacInnis D
PREREQUISITE(S): Management 2030; Fourth-year standing (a minimum of 90.0 credit hours) OR Admission to the Bachelor of Management program via the Diploma Admission Route; Fourth-year standing (a minimum of 90.0 credit hours)
EQUIVALENT: Management 3850 (Leadership Thought and Development) (prior to 2006/2007)
Philosophy
20163 PHIL 1000 Y Introduction to Philosophy 09-May-11 22-Jun-11 M W 18:00-20:50 N634 Janzen G
NOTE: Course designation: Fine Arts and Humanities.
Political Science
POLI 3420 Cross-listed with Management 3050. Register in MGT 3050.
Psychology
20164 PSYC 1000 Y Basic Concepts of Psychology 09-May-11 22-Jun-11 Tu Th 18:00-20:50 N616 Vaughan K
NOTE: Students may change the designation of this Science course to a Social Science via the Registrar's Office.
Statistics
20165 STAT 1770 Y Introduction to Probability and Statistics 09-May-11 22-Jun-11 Tu Th 18:00-20:50 N417 Lovatt I
NOTE: Students MUST register for the SEC and the TUT.
NOTE: Course designation: Science.
PREREQUISITE(S): One of Pure Mathematics 30, Mathematics 30, Mathematics 0500, or [Applied Mathematics 30 and at least 75 percent standing in Athabasca University's Mathematics 101]
20166 STAT 1770 02 Stat 1770 Tut 02 09-May-11 22-Jun-11 Tu Th 21:00-21:50 N417 Lovatt I
Writing
20167 WRIT 1000 Y Introduction to Academic Writing 09-May-11 22-Jun-11 Tu Th 18:00-20:50 N730 Kennett P
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: Fine Arts and Humanities.