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Courses and Descriptions

Courses and Descriptions

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Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL)
In addition to Transfer of Credit from a recognized post secondary institution, other RPL processes are available for RPL courses. Click here for more information. For courses with no RPL, please check www.rrc.ca/rpl for additional contact information.
CHE3-0001Chemistry 30S
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Chemistry 30S is a study of matter and its properties, as well as application of all these chemical phenomena in our daily life. WHMIS, states of matter, properties of gases, chemical reactions, solutions and organic chemistry will be taught at this level of Chemistry. In this course we will be following the curriculum set out for Chemistry 30S by Manitoba Education.

 

ENGL-0007Foundations English 1
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This course helps you develop grammar usage and mechanics, sentence and paragraph construction, and expository paragraph writing skills. It is a prerequisite for

ENGL-0008 Foundations English 2.

ENGL-0008Foundations English 2
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This course includes paragraph writing, essay writing, and novel study. It is a continuation of ENGL-0007 Foundations English 1. It prepares students for Grade 12 English.

HIS3-0002History Of Canada
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This course will support citizenship as a core concept and engage students in historical inquiry. The focus will be on First Nations, Metis and Inuit Peoples; French/English Duality, identity, diversity and citizenship; governance and economics; and Canada and the world.

MAA3-0002Applied Math 30S
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This course is designed to help you understand mathematical concepts in a non-abstract and practical manner. The course involves hands-on exercises, projects, and everyday life applications. Topics include the following: systems of equations, geometry, personal finance, relations and functions, linear programming, trigonometry, and co-ordinate geometry.

MAA4-0013Applied Math 40S
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The course is designed to help students understand mathematical concepts in a non-abstract and practical manner. The course incorporates hands-on exercises, projects, and everyday life applications. Topics include matrices, vectors, finances, systems of equations, probability, variability and statistical analyses, design and measurement, applications of periodic functions, sequences, and non-linear functions.

MAP3-0001Pre-Calculus Mathematics 30S
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This course covers fundamental concepts, first degree equations, products and factoring, algebraic fractions, exponents and radicals, quadratic and simultaneous equations, mensurational and analytical geometry, ratio and proportion, trigonometry, sine waves, radians, and logarithms.

MAP4-0138Pre-Calculus Mathematics 40S
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These topics are included in the course: fundamental concepts; first degree equations; products and factoring; formulae; functions and factorials; algebraic fractions; exponents and radicals; quadratic equations; simultaneous equations; sequences and series, graphing equations; analytic geometry; ratio and proportion; trigonometry; the laws of sines and cosines; trigonometric identities; sine waves and radians; and logarithms.

MATH-0011Essential Mathematics 30S
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MATH-0019Calculus 45S
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