This course develops the skills needed to design separation processes and to size/optimize related equipment ( Sedimentation, Thickeners and Clarifiers, Centrifuges, Cyclones , Filtration, Membranes, Adsorption, Ion Exchange, and Chromatographic).
This course presents major frameworks for examining issues in bioethics and explores case studies to familiarize students with ethical issues in the biomedical context. Ethical issues in health care and research involving human subjects in light of a theological perspective on life, death and moral existence are explored.
The aim of the course is to better understand this complex society. Students will get sense of Quebec’s history, a basic knowledge of provincial social policies, information pertaining to identity issues, and key concepts which are useful to anyone who aims to live and work in Montreal.
This comprehensive survey course introduces the student to a wide variety of topics in scientific psychology. Topics include the foundations of modern psychology, neural mechanisms, learning and memory, sensation and perception, motivation and emotion, cognitive processes, social influences, personality, disorders of cognition and behaviour, and therapy.
The students will be exposed to concepts and principles related to Electric Fields, Gauss’s Law, Electric Potential, Capacitance and Dielectrics, Current and Resistance, Direct Current Circuits, Magnetic Fields, Sources of Magnetic Field, Faraday’s Law, Inductance, Alternating Current Circuits, Electromagnetic waves.
In this course topics covered include a basic examination of some of the major systems of the body, common disturbances to the health of those systems, and issues of daily life that significantly affect our health and wellness.
In this course you will learn that Object Oriented Programming is a programming style which is associated with concepts like class, object, Inheritance, Encapsulation, Abstraction, Polymorphism using Java.
In this course you will learn the required knowledge and expertise to solve transport problems in chemical engineering by translating the problem into mathematical equations, and selecting an appropriate solution method.
This course provides an overview of the legislation protecting privacy, of online practices enabling the collection and use of personal information, and of the risks to digital privacy and how companies mitigate these risks with privacy protection programs.
This course provides and introduction to major topics in astronomy. The journey begins with a description of our planet, its place in the solar system, and resulting seasonal changes, tidal movements, and earth’s precession.
The objective of this course is to provide students with an understanding of the role of computer-based information systems in business organizations and the analytical skills required to work with management information systems.
An Introduction to recreation and leisure in Canadian society, this course exposes students to the perceptions of free and discretionary time, concepts of leisure, theories and interrelationships of play, and the historical foundations for the leisure discipline.