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Spring/Summer 2020 Course Offerings

Spring/Summer 2020 Cross-College General Education Course Offerings*

Please note that some details on official general education course outlines may have changed as a result of the shortened Spring/Summer semester and/or conversion to distanced delivery formats. Please refer to SLATE and your professors for further information.

To find out more about how to add, drop or swap your GenEd electives, refer to the following resources on the myOTR website:


Davis Campus (Brampton)

Tuesday 8 – 11 a.m. (Davis Campus)
Course Code Course Name Program Exclusions
CULT10102G Issues in Social Media  
HEAL13271G Wellness and Healthy Living

PCAJS – Community and Justice Studies
PFITL Fitness Leadership
PPOLF Police Foundations
PPSWK Personal Sup Worker
PSSWK Social Service Worker – Gerontology

HIST14310G History of Chocolate  
HUMN11713G Perspectives on World Issues  
HUMN14857G Creative Thinking  
LITT10918G World Mythology  
LITT14310G Memoir: Life in Story  
MEDA10036G Documentary Film  
PHIL10025G Environmental Philosophy  
PHIL18147G Philosophy of Religion  
SOCS16039G Introduction to Sociology

PARAL Paralegal
PCAJS Community & Justice Services
PCWOD Community Worker – Outreach & Development

SOCS10261G Scams, Frauds & Identity Theft PIPAP Invest Public and Private

 

Wednesday 8 – 11 a.m. (Davis Campus)
Course Code Course Name Program Exclusions
CULT14579G Introduction to Spanish Culture  
CULT15738G Multicultural Voices: Canadian Immigrant  
HIST14310G History of Chocolate  
HIST14998G Modern War  
HUMN18448G Folk & Fairy Tale  
HUMN18888G Aging Matters PSSWK Social Service Worker – Gerontology
LITT14310G Memoir: Life in Story  
MEDA10036G Documentary Film  
NUTR14310G Science of Popular Diets PFITL Fitness Leadership
POLI16367G Understanding Politics and Society  
SOCS16039G Introduction to Sociology

PARAL Paralegal
PCAJS Community & Justice Services
PCWOD Community Worker – Outreach & Development

 

Thursday 8 – 11 a.m. (Davis Campus)
Course Code Course Name Program Exclusions
HEAL13271G Wellness and Healthy Living

PCAJS – Community and Justice Studies
PFITL Fitness Leadership
PPOLF Police Foundations
PPSWK Personal Sup Worker
PSSWK Social Service Worker – Gerontology

HIST14310G History of Chocolate  
HIST14998G Modern War  
HUMN18888G Aging Matters PSSWK Social Service Worker – Gerontology
LITT15586G Sport in Film and Literature  
NUTR14310G Science of Popular Diets PFITL Fitness Leadership
PSYC15065G Psychology Core Concepts

PCAJS Community & Justice Services
PCEAD Educational Assistant 2yr
PCESD & PCESP Educational Support Regular program
PCYCK Child &Youth Worker
PIPAP Investigations Public & Private
PPOLF Police Foundations
PPSWK Social Service Worker

RELG12403G Paths of Faith  
SOCI10264G Profiles in Crime

PARAL Paralegal
PCAJS Community & Justice Services
PIPAP Investigations Public & Private
PPOLF Police Foundations

 

Thursday 12 – 3 p.m. (Davis Campus)
Course Code Course Name Program Exclusions
SCIE10386G Agony and Ecstasy  
LITT14310G Memoir: Life in Story  
MEDA10036G Documentary Film  
MEDA14099G Art of Cinema  
PSYC15065G Psychology Core Concepts

PCAJS Community & Justice Services
PCEAD Educational Assistant 2yr
PCESD & PCESP Educational Support Regular program
PCYCK Child &Youth Worker
PIPAP Investigations Public & Private
PPOLF Police Foundations
PPSWK Social Service Worker

SOCS10206G Social and Behavioural Sciences  
LITT4310G Memoir: Life in Story  
*NEW*
HEAL13271G

Wellness and Healthy Living
PCAJS – Community and Justice Studies
PFITL Fitness Leadership
PPOLF Police Foundations
PPSWK Personal Sup Worker
PSSWK Social Service Worker – Gerontology

 

Friday 12 – 3 p.m. (Davis Campus)
Course Code Course Name Program Exclusions
CULT15738G Multicultural Voices: Canadian Immigrant  
HEAL13271G Wellness and Healthy Living

PCAJS – Community and Justice Services
PFITL Fitness Leadership
PPOLF Police Foundations
PPSWK Personal Sup Worker
PSSWK Social Service Worker – Gerontology

HIST14310G History of Chocolate  
HUMN11713G Perspectives on World Issues  
CULT14579G Introduction to Spanish Culture  
LITT18748G World War Narratives  
LITT19798G Classical Mythology  
MEDA10036G Documentary Film  
NUTR14310G Science of Popular Diets PFITL Fitness Leadership
RELG12403G Paths of Faith  
SOCI10264G Profiles in Crime

PARAL Paralegal
PCAJS – Community and Justice Services
PIPAP Investigations Public & Private
PPOLF Police Foundations

SOCS10206G Social and Behavioural Sciences  

 

Online Block (David Campus)
Course Code Course Name Program Exclusions
LITT14310G Memoir: Life in Story  
NUTR14310G Science of Popular Diets PFITL Fitness Leadership
PHIL17545G Philosophy of Love & Sex  
HUMN18888G

Aging Matters

PSSWK Social Service Worker – Gerontology
HUMN18448G Folk and Fairytale  

 

Trafalgar Campus (Oakville)

Tuesday 12 – 3 p.m. (Trafalgar Campus)
Course Code Course Name Program Exclusions
SCIE10386G Agony and Ecstasy  
LITT19798G Classical Mythology  
POLI16367G Understanding Politics and Society  
PSYC15065G Psychology Core Concepts

PCAJS – Community and Justice Services
PCEAD Educational Assistant 2yr
PCESD & PCESP Educational Support Regular program
PCYCK Child &Youth Worker
PIPAP Investigations Public & Private
PPOLF Police Foundations
PPSWK Social Service Worker

RELG12403G Paths of Faith  

 

Thursday 8 – 11 a.m. (Trafalgar Campus)
Course Code Course Name Program Exclusions
HUMN18448G Folk & Fairy Tale  
HUMN18888G Aging Matters  
MEDA14099G Art of Cinema  
PHIL17545G Philosophy of Love & Sex  
PSYC15065G Psychology Core Concepts

PCAJS – Community and Justice Services
PCEAD Educational Assistant 2yr
PCESD & PCESP Educational Support Regular program
PCYCK Child &Youth Worker
PIPAP Investigations Public & Private
PPOLF Police Foundations
PPSWK Social Service Worker

SOCS16039G Introduction to Sociology

PARAL Paralegal
PCAJS – Community and Justice Services
PCWOD Community Worker – Outreach & Development

HEAL13271G Wellness and Healthy Living

PCAJS – Community and Justice Studies
PFITL Fitness Leadership
PPOLF Police Foundations
PPSWK Personal Sup Worker
PSSWK Social Service Worker – Gerontology

CULT15738G Multicultural Voices: Canadian Immigrant  
LITT19798G Classical Mythology  

 

Hazel McCallion Campus (Mississauga)

HMC Campus
Course Code Course Name Day/Time Program Exclusions
SCIE10386G Agony and Ecstasy Thurs
9 a.m. – 12 p.m.
 
CULT10102G Issues in Social Media Online  
HEAL13271G Wellness and Healthy Living Wed
8 – 10 a.m.

PCAJS – Community and Justice Studies
PFITL Fitness Leadership
PPOLF Police Foundations
PPSWK Personal Support Worker
PSSWK Social Service Worker – Gerontology

HIST14998G Modern War Online  
HUMN18888G Aging Matters Online  
HIST19936G Understanding Canadian History Thurs
12 – 3 p.m.
 
HUMN14857G Creative Thinking Tues
1 – 4 p.m.
 
HUMN14857G Creative Thinking Tues
9 a.m. – 12 p.m.
 
LITT10918G World Mythology Fri
10 a.m. – 12 p.m.
 
LITT15586G Sport in Film and Literature Wed
3 – 6 p.m.
 
LITT18748G World War Narratives Online  
POLI16367G Understanding Politics and Society Mon
8 – 11 a.m.
 
PSYC15065G Psychology Core Concepts TBD

PCAJS – Community and Justice Services
PCEAD Educational Assistant 2yr
PCESD & PCESP Educational Support Regular program
PCYCK Child &Youth Worker
PIPAP Investigations Public & Private
PPOLF Police Foundations
PPSWK Social Service Worker

SOCI16039G Introduction to Sociology Wed
2 – 5 p.m.

PARAL Paralegal
PCAJS – Community and Justice Services
PCWOD Community Worker – Outreach & Development

SOCS10206G Social and Behavioural Sciences Wed
11 a.m. – 2 p.m.
 
SOCS10261G Scams, Frauds & Identity Theft Online PIPAP Investigation Public and Private
CULT1578G Multicultural Voices: Canadian Immigrant Online  
SOCI16039G Introduction to Sociology Online PARAL Paralegal
PCAJS – Community and Justice Services
PCWOD Community Worker – Outreach & Development
MEDA14099G Art of Cinema Online  
HIST14998G Modern War Online  
HIST4310G History of Chocolate Online  

*Please note: course offerings are subject to change

**Note: When an Open General Education course overlaps or duplicates content covered in a specific program of study offered at Sheridan, the course may be named a course exclusion by the program area. Download guide for further information and a full list of current exclusions.