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Kickstart your academic journey this January at Brighton College! Join us at our MetroPointe campus for an enriching educational experience with four specially-designed evening courses. Tailored for both newcomers seeking a taste of university life and those eager to expand their knowledge, our programs promise an engaging and beneficial learning environment. Dive into a world of opportunity and give your academic pursuits a boost with us!
Prerequisite: Math 12 or equivalent
Students will learn fundamental concepts of computing science and develop elementary skills for programming in a high-level programming language. Topics covered in this course are pseudocode, flowcharts, algorithms, data types and control structures, fundamental algorithms, recursion, reading and writing files, and debugging tools.
Prerequisite: English 12 or equivalent
English 100 introduces students to essay and report writing for college and university. The aim of this course is to instruct students in the elements of the academic writing process: gathering ideas, researching topics, composing thesis statements, and planning, drafting, revising, and editing various types of academic assignments. This will include expository and persuasive essays, rhetorical analyses, and research essays. ENGL 100 also focuses on the skills of active reading, speaking, and critical thinking.
This course introduces students to the basic principles of microeconomic analysis. Students will learn the decision-making of consumers and producers and their interaction in markets with various structures. Issues such as factor pricing and government intervention policies will also be discussed.
Prerequisite: Math 12(B), Pre-calculus 12(C), or equivalent
This course is intended to give a broad overview of differential calculus for students specializing in science and engineering. Topics include limits and continuity, derivatives, differentiation techniques (algebraic, trigonometric, inverse trigonometric, logarithmic, and exponential functions), implicit differentiation, the Mean Value Theorem, curve sketching, application of derivatives (optimization, related rates, Newton’s method, linear approximations and differentials), parametric equations, and polar coordinates.
Students are invited to take up to two courses as long as the class times do not conflict.
|ENGL100 - University Writing||M: 6:00-9:00 pm||Graeme Abernethy|
|CPSC120 - Introduction to Computer Science and Programming I||M & W: 6:30 – 9:00pm||Kelly Cheung|
|ECON103 - Microeconomics||Th: 6:00-9:00 pm||Vasyl Golovetskyy|
|MATH101 - Calculus I||T & Th: 7:00 - 9:00 pm||Amir Amiraslani|
Term runs from Monday, January 8, 2024 – Wednesday, April 17. 2024. [Classes will be held in-person only at our Metropointe Campus.] No class on February 19th and April 1st. Exams are on April 16th (for T & Th classes) or 17th (for M & W classes) in the evening.
Therefore, classes would only be cancelled on February 19th and April 1st. No other classes cancelled on T, W, Th. Exams would be on either April 16th or 17th based on whether the course is M, W or T, Th.
Applicants will self-declare on the application form that they meet the following requirements:
Note: Students are required to email a copy of their government-issued photo ID to firstname.lastname@example.org by January 12, 2024.
Tuition fee for each course is $200, due on January 12, 2024. The tuition fee will be refunded to students provided they attend at least 80% of their scheduled classes between January 8 and March 15, 2024.
Textbook is required for course. Student may either purchase from college bookstore or online from the publisher