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PHYS 1905 [0.5 credit] Physics Behind Everyday Life

Examination of the physics behind everyday life. Topics may include transportation, sports, weather and climate, electricity, and sustainable energy. No science background is required. Faculty of Science students may only take this course as a free elective.
Includes: Experiential Learning Activity
Online Course.

History and Theory of Architecture

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...NET, NEUR, NSCI, OSS, PHYS, PLT, SREE, STAT...1500 , ESLA 1900 , ESLA 1905 . No credits from...

English

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...NET, NEUR, NSCI, OSS, PHYS, PLT, SREE, STAT...1500 , ESLA 1900 , ESLA 1905 . No credits from...

Film Studies

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...NET, NEUR, NSCI, OSS, PHYS, PLT, SREE, STAT...1500 , ESLA 1900 , ESLA 1905 . No credits from...

Art History

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...NET, NEUR, NSCI, OSS, PHYS, PLT, SREE, STAT...1500 , ESLA 1900 , ESLA 1905 . No credits from...

Applied Linguistics and Discourse Studies

http://calendar.carleton.ca/undergrad/undergradprograms/appliedlinguisticsanddiscoursestudies/

...NET, NEUR, NSCI, OSS, PHYS, PLT, SREE, STAT...1500 , ESLA 1900 , ESLA 1905 . No credits from...