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Organizations: Education

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January 1, 1985

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The objectives of the courses in religious studies are to provide an opportunity to experience a number of cultural, historical and contemporary issues from a religious point of view, and through the study of religion as a separate discipline to “develop a philosophy based upon values conducive...


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January 1, 1985

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This document includes the objectives and content of Western Canadian History 20, Canadian History 20, and Western World History 30.


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January 1, 1985

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The objectives of the 3-credit courses in psychology are designed to develop within the student the skills and understandings that make it possible for more effective living in our complex environment.


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January 1, 1985

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It includes the objectives and content of Local and Canadian Geography 20, and World Geography 30.


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January 1, 1985

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Provides the objectives and content of Cultural and Physical Anthropology 30.


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January 1, 1985

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Provides rationale, structure and objectives of social sciences 20–30 program.


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September 1, 1977

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The purpose of this paper is to: (1) give a definition of schooling and to suggest objectives that schools can meet in achieving survival level competencies. (2) identify core levels of learning along with a selective approach to electives. (3) suggest ways of maintaining standards for quality...


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September 1, 1969

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Provides descriptions and illustrations to help identify fourteen species of snails and six species of clams that can be found in the prairie and parkland regions of Alberta.


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September 1, 1948

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The courses in Animal and Plant Science are being offered primarily to meet the needs of rural students who plan to remain in a rural community. They are practical courses designed to prepare boys and girls for farm work.