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Intro to Financial Accounting IA (ACC107)

Credits:3

Intro to Financial Accounting IB (ACC108)

Credits:3

Elements of Financial Accounting I (ACC109)

Credits:3

Financial Reporting I (ACC110)

Credits:3

Elements of Financial Accounting II (ACC111)

Credits:3

Financial Reporting 11 (ACC112)

Credits:3

Electronic Accounting (ACC206)

Credits:3

Intermediate Financial Accounts IIA (ACC209)

Credits:3

Intermediate Financial Accounts IIB (ACC210)

Credits:3

Cost Accounting Concepts (ACC213)

Credits:3

Cost Accounting Systems I (ACC214)

Credits:3

Cost Accounting Systems II (ACC215)

Credits:3

Managerial Accounting (ACC216)

Credits:3

Accounting IB (ACC602)

Credits:0

ACCOUNTING 1B IS A CONTINUATION OF THE STUDY OF BOOKKEEPING & ACCOUNTSINTRODUCED IN ACCOUNTING 1A. AT THE END OF THIS COURSE, STUDENTS WILLBE PREPARED TO TAKE THE 'O' LEVEL EXAMINATION IN ACCOUNTING.

Accounting I (ACC610)

Credits:0

Accounting II (ACC611)

Credits:0

Accounting IA (ACC621A)

Credits:0

Accounting IB (ACC621B)

Credits:0

The Place of the Arts in the Caribbean Economy (ART101)

Credits:3

Automotive Mechanics I (AUT101)

Credits:3

Internship (BCP110)

Credits:3

Life & Living (BIO001)

Credits:0

This course is designed as an intensive introduction to the fundamentals of Biology as a science. It covers the basic building blocks of life forms, the essential in puts into living systems and the means by which living systems can interact and function. The course may act as a general education course on its own or in combination with B10 002 be a means of accessing higher level Biology courses.

Biological Structures (BIO002)

Credits:0

This course is designed to provide a basic understanding of how biological processes work. It covers the main characteristics associated with living systems and relates structure to function. in addition, economic and social factors are considered as well as the impact of biological knowledge had in these areas.

Cell and Reproductive Biology (BIO107)

Credits:3

Cell and Molecular Biology (BIO108)

Credits:3

Genetic Variation and Selection I (BIO109)

Credits:3

Genetic Variation and Selection II (BIO110)

Credits:3

Biological Systems I (BIO211)

Credits:3

Biological Systems II (BIO212)

Credits:3

Biological Applications (BIO213)

Credits:3

Bioenergetics (BIO214)

Credits:3

Plumbing Practical I (BLP009)

Credits:0

Masonry Theory & Practice (BLT002)

Credits:0

Plumbing Technology I (BLT016)

Credits:0

Basic Refrigeration Plumbing (BLT017)

Credits:0

Building Construction Theory & Prac (BLT104)

Credits:0

Building Science & Materials II (BSC208)

Credits:3

Small Business Management (BUS001)

Credits:0

Carpentry & Joinery (CAJ100)

Credits:0

Caribbean Society & Culture (CAR201)

Credits:4

Investigating Issues in the Caribbean & Action Research (CAR202)

Credits:4

Tuition Charges for General Nursing (ChgsDHS)

Credits:0

Physical Chemistry I (CHM107)

Credits:3

Physical Chemistry I Practical (CHM108)

Credits:3

Physical Chemistry II (CHM109)

Credits:3

Physical Chemistry II Practical (CHM110)

Credits:3

Introduction to Chemistry (CHM111)

Credits:4

Organic Chemistry (CHM211)

Credits:3

Organic Chemistry Lab (CHM212)

Credits:3

Industrial & Environmental Chemistry (CHM213)

Credits:3

Analytical Chemistry (CHM214)

Credits:3

Spreadsheet Applications (CIT109)

Credits:1.5

Database Application (CIT110)

Credits:1.5

Computer Systems (CIT111)

Credits:0

Word Processing Application (CIT112)

Credits:0

Systems Analysis & Design (CIT113)

Credits:0

Introduction to the Internet (CIT114)

Credits:3

Presentation Skills (Power Point) (CIT115)

Credits:0

Mastering Website Fundamentals (CIT116)

Credits:0

System Analysis & Design (CIT117)

Credits:0

Database Management Systems (CIT118)

Credits:0

Spreadsheet Analysis (CIT119)

Credits:0

Visual Basic for Application (CIT120)

Credits:0

Research Project (CIT121)

Credits:0

Ad Word Processing & Desktop Proces (CIT122)

Credits:0

Computer Aided Accounting (CIT123)

Credits:0

Programming Concepts I (CIT212)

Credits:0

Programming Concepts II (CIT213)

Credits:3

Databases (CIT214)

Credits:0

Basic Computer Maintenance (CMP109)

Credits:0

Introduction to Computers (CMP650)

Credits:0

LOTUS 1-2-3 (CMP6550)

Credits:0

Computer Troubleshooting I (CMT321)

Credits:4

THIS COURSE ALLOWS THE STUDENTS TO APPLY THEIR KNOWLEDGE OF ELECTRO- NICS AND COMPUTERS TO PRACTICE ASSESSING, DIAGNOSING AND REPAIRING COMPUTER HARDWARE/SOFTWARE FAULTS.

Communication Studies Access Course (COM001)

Credits:0

Fundamentals of Reading & Writing (COM002)

Credits:0

This course is intended to assist entrants in improving their basic communication skills.

Communication Studies II (COM104)

Credits:3

This course applies and reinforces the skills introduced in COM103 through application and practical assignments in the areas of writing, oral skills and Language in Society.

Technical Communication Apps. (COM106)

Credits:2

Better Spelling (COM111)

Credits:0

Communication Studies I (COM113)

Credits:4

Communication Studies II (COM114)

Credits:4

Critical Reading and Writing I (COM115)

Credits:3

Better Spelling (COM6500)

Credits:0

Carib'n Issues Perspectives (COR023)

Credits:2

THIS COURSE IS DESIGNED TO CREATE AN AWARENESS OF THE CARIBBEAN AND THE MULTIPLICITY OF EXPERIENCES THAT HAVE IMPACTED ON ITS DEVELOPMENT.IT ARISES OUT OF A NEED FOR STUDENTS TO HAVE A GREATER APPRECIATION OFTHEMSELVES AS CARIBBEAN PEOPLE SOCIALLY, HISTORICALLY AND CULTURALLY.

Criminal Investigations (CRM101)

Credits:3

Police Organization & Management (CRM102)

Credits:3

Foundation of Criminal Justice (CRM103)

Credits:3

Introduction to Corrections (CRM104)

Credits:3

Introduction to Criminology (CRM204)

Credits:3

Police Organization & Management (CRM205)

Credits:3

Police Supervision (CRM206)

Credits:3

Juvenile Delinquency (CRM207)

Credits:3

Criminal Law (CRM208)

Credits:3

Probation and Parole (CRM309)

Credits:3

Introduction to Security (CRM311)

Credits:3

National Insurance Salesman License (CUS001)

Credits:0

Understanding Digital Media (DIG101)

Credits:3

Digital Media Ecosystem (DIG102)

Credits:3

Working in Digital Media (DIG103)

Credits:3

Creative Solution Design (DIG104)

Credits:3

Visual and Interactive Design (DIG205)

Credits:3

Web and Digital Publishing Terms and Techniques (DIG206)

Credits:3

Web and Digital Publishing Tools (DIG207)

Credits:3

Mobile App Development (DIG208)

Credits:3

Introduction to Economic Issues (ECO108)

Credits:3

Demand and Supply Analysis I (ECO109)

Credits:3

Demand and Supply Analysis II (ECO110)

Credits:3

Market Structures (ECO111)

Credits:3

Introduction to Economics (ECO112)

Credits:3

Models of the Macroeconomy (ECO212)

Credits:3

Macroeconomic Problems (ECO213)

Credits:3

Monetary and Fiscal Policy (ECO214)

Credits:3

International Economics (ECO215)

Credits:3

Principles.. Educational Psychology (ED 20K)

Credits:3

Philosophy of Education (ED 20P)

Credits:3

Curriculum Theory/Planning/Practice (ED 21A)

Credits:3

Intro to Educational Administration (ED 21H)

Credits:3

Nature & Structure of Mathematics (ED 21K)

Credits:3

Structure & Nature of Lang. Arts (ED 21L)

Credits:3

Structure & Nature of Lang. Arts (ED 21L)

Credits:3

Nature & Structure.. Social Studies (ED 21M)

Credits:3

Testing, Measurement & Evaluation I (ED 22K)

Credits:3

Basic Data Analysis with Computers (ED 22L)

Credits:3

Reading/Writing.. Academic Purposes (ED 23A)

Credits:3

Bachelor of Education Study Thesis (ED 307)

Credits:0

Intro Research Methods in Education (ED22A)

Credits:3

Curriculum & Instructional Issues.. (ED30D)

Credits:3

Selected Pedagogical Issues in Lang (ED30E)

Credits:3

Social Context of Education (ED31B)

Credits:3

Curriculum Dev.: Implementation.. (ED31C)

Credits:3

Issues..Curriculum Theory/Practice (ED31D)

Credits:3

Law & Ethics in Educational Admin (ED33C)

Credits:3

Media & Technology in Education (ED33D)

Credits:3

Issues in Teacher Education (ED34D)

Credits:3

The B.Ed. Study (ED35A)

Credits:0

Creating an Excellent School (ED35D)

Credits:3

Current Issues, Concerns & Problems (ED36A)

Credits:3

Current Issues, Concerns & Problems in Education Administration

Principles of Social Psychology (ED38D)

Credits:3

Testing Measurement Evaluation II (ED38M)

Credits:3

Testing Measurement Evaluation III (ED38N)

Credits:3

Curriculum Theory/Planning/Practice (EDCU2101)

Credits:3

Curriculum Dev: Implement & Evaluat (EDCU3103)

Credits:3

Issues in Curr. Theory & Prcatice (EDCU3104)

Credits:3

Intro to Education Administration (EDEA2304)

Credits:3

Creating an Excellent School (EDEA3504)

Credits:3

Issues, Concern & Prob in Ed. Admin (EDEA3601)

Credits:3

Structure & Nature of Lang. Arts (EDLA2112)

Credits:3

Selected Pedagogical Issues in Lang (EDLA3005)

Credits:3

Reading/Writing..Academic Purposes (EDLS2301)

Credits:3

Cur & Inst. Issues in Literacy Stud (EDLS3004)

Credits:3

Nature & Structure of Mathematics (EDMA2111)

Credits:3

Testing, Measurement & Eval I (EDME2211)

Credits:3

Testing Measurement & Eval II (EDME3813)

Credits:3

Testing, Measurement & Eval. III (EDME3814)

Credits:3

Philosophy of Education (EDPH2016)

Credits:3

Principles.. Educational Psychology (EDPS2011)

Credits:3

Principles of Social Psychology (EDPS3804)

Credits:3

Intro Research Methods in Education (EDRS2201)

Credits:3

Basic Data Analysis with Computer (EDRS2202)

Credits:3

The B.Ed Study (EDRS3501)

Credits:3

Social Context of Education (EDSO3102)

Credits:3

Nature & Structure of Social Studie (EDSS2113)

Credits:3

Issues in Teacher Education (EDTE3404)

Credits:3

Media & Technology in Education (EDTK3304)

Credits:3

Education (EDU4101)

Credits:0

Practical Teaching (EDU4102)

Credits:0

English Language (EDU4104)

Credits:0

Mathematics (EDU4105)

Credits:0

Health & Nutrition (EDU4106)

Credits:0

Social Studies (General) (EDU4107)

Credits:0

Science (EDU4109)

Credits:0

Music (EDU4112)

Credits:0

Physical Education (EDU4113)

Credits:0

Drama (EDU4114)

Credits:0

Music (EDU4212)

Credits:0

Co-operatives (EDU4218)

Credits:0

Education Foundations (EDU422)

Credits:0

THIS COURSE IS DESIGNED TO EQUIP STUDS. WITH BASIC KNOWLEDGE IN EDUCA-TIONAL PSYCHOLOGY & TEACHING SKILLS FOR THEIR ACADEMIC & PROFESSIONAL GROWTH. FUNDAMENTAL CONCEPTS RELATED TO CHILD DEVELOPMENT & LEARNING WILL HELP THEM FUNCTION EFFECTIVELY IN THE TEACHING/LEARNING SITUATION

Physical Education (EDU4413)

Credits:0

Refrigeration Practice I (EGP003)

Credits:0

Refrigeration Practical II (EGP117)

Credits:0

Refrigeration Technology I (EGT003)

Credits:0

Automobile Technology III (EGT212)

Credits:3

Motor Vehicle Diagnostic & Testing (EGT214)

Credits:3

Automotive Design & Manufacture (EGT215)

Credits:3

Basic Electronics (ELE011)

Credits:0

Electrical Installation - Level 1 (ELE215)

Credits:0

Electrical Installation - Level 2 (ELE216)

Credits:0

Electrical Installation - Level 3 (ELE217)

Credits:0

Basic Electrical Installation I (ELI101)

Credits:3

Basic Electrical Installation II (ELI102)

Credits:3

Basic Electrical Theory I (ELT001)

Credits:0

Basic Electrical Technology (ELT003)

Credits:0

Introduction to Prose Fiction I (ENG109)

Credits:3

Introduction to Poetry (ENG110)

Credits:3

Introduction to Prose Fiction II (ENG111)

Credits:3

Introduction to Drama (ENG112)

Credits:3

Literature: Sound, Structure and Sense (ENG113)

Credits:3

Prose: From the Paragraph to the Publisher (ENG114)

Credits:3

Modern Drama (ENG213)

Credits:3

Caribbean Poetry (ENG214)

Credits:3

Tragedies and Romances (ENG215)

Credits:3

Prose Fiction 3 (ENG216)

Credits:3

Economic Development & Environment (ENI101)

Credits:0

Economic Development & Environment (ENI601)

Credits:0

Environmental Planning (ENI603)

Credits:0

The Entrepreneurship Mindset (ENT101)

Credits:3

The Entrepreneurial Process (ENT102)

Credits:3

Creativity & Innovation-Principles & Types (ENT103)

Credits:3

Creativity & Innovation-Nurturing, Managing & Protecting (ENT104)

Credits:3

Essentials of Business Ownership (ENT205)

Credits:3

New Venture Planning (ENT206)

Credits:3

New Venture Creation (ENT207)

Credits:3

Managing & Growing the Venture (ENT208)

Credits:3

Protecting the Land - Earth Systems (ENV101)

Credits:0

Eco-Systems & Their Protection (ENV102)

Credits:3

Environmental Planning (ENV103)

Credits:0

Geographical Information Systems (ENV104)

Credits:3

Environmental Chemistry (ENV105)

Credits:3

Contagious Diseases (ENV106)

Credits:3

Legislative Framework (ENV107)

Credits:3

Physics for Environmental Health (ENV108)

Credits:3

Vector Control I (ENV109)

Credits:3

Waste Management I (ENV110)

Credits:3

Biology for Environmental Health (ENV111)

Credits:3

Biology II (ENV112)

Credits:3

Physics II (ENV113)

Credits:3

Communicable Disease (ENV114)

Credits:3

Health Education (ENV115)

Credits:3

Environmental Health (ENV116)

Credits:3

Technical Report Writing (ENV117)

Credits:3

Drafting Techniques (ENV118)

Credits:3

English & Communication (ENV119)

Credits:3

Food Safety (ENV120)

Credits:3

Vector Control II (ENV121)

Credits:3

Waste Water Management II (ENV122)

Credits:3

Water Quality (ENV123)

Credits:3

Premises (Practicum) (ENV124)

Credits:3

Chemistry for Environmental Health (ENV125)

Credits:3

Mathematics for Environmental Healt (ENV126)

Credits:3

Principles of Ecology (ENV127)

Credits:3

Human Population and the Environment (ENV128)

Credits:3

Applied Ecology (ENV129)

Credits:3

Natural Resource Management (ENV130)

Credits:3

Agriculture and the Environment (ENV231)

Credits:3

Pollution and the Environment I (ENV232)

Credits:3

Energy and The Environment (ENV233)

Credits:3

Pollution and the Environment II (ENV234)

Credits:3

Environmental Science II (EVS1002)

Credits:6

Food & Bev. Service Operation II (FAB103)

Credits:4

Food & Beverage Preparation II (FAB104)

Credits:4

Food & Beverage Management III (FAB207)

Credits:4

Financial Management (FMA601)

Credits:0

Introductory French (FRE101)

Credits:0

French Advanced Language I (FRE112)

Credits:3

Introduction to Francophone Literature 1 (FRE113)

Credits:3

French Advanced Language II (FRE114)

Credits:3

Introduction to Francophone Literature II (FRE115)

Credits:3

Functional French I (FRE116)

Credits:0

Functional French II (FRE117)

Credits:3

Functional French III (FRE118)

Credits:3

French Language Dynamics for Intermediate Level I (FRE119)

Credits:3

French Language Dynamics for Intermediate Level II (FRE120)

Credits:3

French Advanced Language III (FRE216)

Credits:3

Francophone Literature III (FRE217)

Credits:3

French Advanced Language IV (FRE218)

Credits:3

Francophone Literature IV (FRE219)

Credits:3

French Language Practice for Advanced Level I (FRE220)

Credits:3

Geomorphology (GEO107)

Credits:3

Population and Settlement (GEO108)

Credits:3

Natural Hazards (GEO109)

Credits:3

Geographical Methods and Techniques (GEO110)

Credits:3

Climate Soils and Vegetation (GEO211)

Credits:3

Fundamentals of Economic Geography (GEO212)

Credits:3

Geography of Development (GEO213)

Credits:3

Geographical Methods & Techniques II (GEO214)

Credits:3

Indigenous Societies in the Caribbean (HIS109)

Credits:3

Caribbean Slave Societies (HIS110)

Credits:3

Post Emancipation Caribbean Societies I (HIS111)

Credits:3

Nationalism and Nation Building (HIS112)

Credits:3

A Survey of Saint Lucian History and Heritage (HIS113)

Credits:3

Introduction to History: Sources and Methodology (HIS114)

Credits:3

Caribbean Pre-History (HIS115)

Credits:3

Atlantic Economic Revolutions (HIS213)

Credits:3

Atlantic Political Revolutions (HIS214)

Credits:3

Conflict and Decolonisation (HIS215)

Credits:3

Reconciliation and Post Colony (HIS216)

Credits:3

Front Office Procedures for Hotels (HOS105)

Credits:0

Intro to Financial Accounting A (IFA311A)

Credits:0

Intro to Financial Accounting B (IFA311B)

Credits:0

Inter. Financial Accounting A (IFA321)

Credits:3

Inter. Financial Accounting B (IFA321B)

Credits:0

Business Information (IFS210)

Credits:0

Reader's Advisory (IFS211)

Credits:0

Bibliographic Organization (IFS212)

Credits:3

Reference Work (IFS213)

Credits:0

Multimedia Services in Info Work (IFS214)

Credits:0

History of Books & Libraries (IFS215)

Credits:3

Information & Record Management (IFS216)

Credits:3

Collection Development (IFS217)

Credits:3

Indexing (IFS218)

Credits:3

Organization of Information I (IFS219)

Credits:3

Organization of Information II (IFS220)

Credits:3

Information Retrieval (IFS221)

Credits:3

Marketing Infomration Services (IFS222)

Credits:3

Serials Management (IFS223)

Credits:3

Induction for New Teachers (IND001)

Credits:0

Introduction to Social Psychology (ISP600)

Credits:0

Introductory Keyboarding (KEY600)

Credits:0

Keyboarding Application I (KEY603)

Credits:0

Language Acquisition (L21A)

Credits:3

Language, Learning & Teaching (L21B)

Credits:3

Principles of Public Law (LAW101)

Credits:3

Caribbean Legal System (LAW102)

Credits:3

Fundamentals of UK Constitutional Law (LAW103)

Credits:3

Criminal Law (LAW104)

Credits:3

Law of Tort (LAW205)

Credits:3

Real Property I (LAW206)

Credits:3

Law of Contract (LAW207)

Credits:3

Real Property II (LAW208)

Credits:3

Language & Communications I (LC100A)

Credits:0

Language & Communications II (LC100B)

Credits:0

Language & Communications III (LC200A)

Credits:0

Language & Communication IIIB (LC200B)

Credits:0

Language & Communication IIIA (LC603)

Credits:3

Introduction to Library Techniques (LTA600)

Credits:0

THE PURPOSE OF THIS COURSE IS TO INTRODUCE STUDENTS WHO PLAN TO WORK, OR WHO ALREADY WORK IN LIBRARIES TO THE BASIC FUNCTIONS OF A LIBRARY, THE DEVELOPMENT OF LIBRARIES AND THE TYPES OF LIBRARIES WHO HAVE EVOL-VED TO SERVE INFORMATION USERS.

History of Books & Libraries (LTA601)

Credits:0

THIS COURSE IS DESIGNED TO GIVE STUDENTS A SENSE OF THE HISTORIC DEVE-LOPMENT OF BOOKS AND LIBRARIES.

Library Media Services (LTA602)

Credits:0

THIS COURSE COVERS THE WHOLE RANGE OF NON-PRINT MATERIALS AND DISCUSS-ES THEIR ORGANIZATION AND USE IN THE LIBRARY.

Introduction to Reference Work (LTA603)

Credits:0

THE AIMS OF THIS COURSE ARE TO ENABLE PARTICIPANTS TO ACQUIRE AN UN- DERSTANDING OF THE FUNCTIONS OF REFERENCE AND INFORMATION SERVICES TO ACQUAINT THEM WITH GUIDES AND OTHER SOURCES USED IN SUCH SERVICES.

Introduction to Bibliographies (LTA604)

Credits:0

THIS COURSE GIVES PRACTICAL EXPERIENCE IN USING THE LIBRARY TO PREPAREBIBLIOGRAPHIES RELEVANT TO REFERENCE REQUESTS.

Acquisitions (LTA607)

Credits:0

THIS COURSE PROVIDES AN INSIGHT INTO THE PROCESSES AND PROCEDURES USEDIN LIBRARIES TO ASSIST IN COLLECTION DEVELOPMENT.

Information & Records Management (LTA608)

Credits:0

THIS IS A SURVEY COURSE DESIGNED TO INTRODUCE THE STUDENT TO ESSENTIALINFORMATION AND RECORDS MANAGEMENT.

Intro to Cataloguing/Classification (LTA609)

Credits:0

THIS COURSE WILL EXPLAIN THE HISTORY AND DEVELOPMENT OF CATALOGING. IT WILL MAKE STUDENTS AWARE OF ITS PURPOSE IN LIBRARIES. IT WILL EXA-MINE AACR2 RULES AND CONCEPTS, AND WILL DESCRIBE HOW TO CATALOG.

Human Relations (LTA615)

Credits:0

THIS COURSE WILL INTRODUCE STUDENTS TO PSYCHOLOGICAL CONCEPTS RELEVANTTO UNDERSTANDING SELF, INTERPERSONAL BEHAVIOUR AND GROUP PROCESSES, AND TO HELP THEM IMPROVE THEIR ABILITIES TO RELATE TO AND WORK WITH OTHERS THROUGH THE DEVELOPMENT OF COMMUNICATION SKILLS.

Marketing Information Services (LTA620)

Credits:3

Remedial Mathematics (MAT002)

Credits:0

This course covers the fundamental concepts and laws governing algebraic operations; definitions and terminology; linear and quadratic equations; relations, functions and graphs; indicial equations; logarithms and logarithmic expressions.

Mathematics I (MAT122)

Credits:3

Introduction to Statistics (MAT130)

Credits:3

Introduction to Probability (MAT131)

Credits:3

Inferential Statistics I (MAT132)

Credits:3

Inferential Statistics II (MAT133)

Credits:3

Basic Algebra and Function (MAT138)

Credits:3

Trigonometry (MAT139)

Credits:3

Geometry and Vectors (MAT140)

Credits:3

Introductory Calculus (MAT141)

Credits:3

Discrete Mathematics I (MAT234)

Credits:3

Discrete Mathematics II (MAT235)

Credits:3

Probability and Distribution (MAT236)

Credits:3

Particle Mechanics (MAT237)

Credits:3

Complex Numbers (MAT242)

Credits:3

Calculus (MAT243)

Credits:3

Counting, Metrices and Differential Equations (MAT244)

Credits:3

Sequences, Series and Approximations (MAT245)

Credits:3

Mathematics Reasoning and Logic (MAT246)

Credits:3

Statistical Applications (MAT247)

Credits:4

Business Mathematics II (MAT603)

Credits:0

Business Statistics I (MAT621A)

Credits:0

Human Relations- Foundations (MGT011)

Credits:0

Industrial Relations (MGT109)

Credits:3

Issues in Management I (MGT112)

Credits:3

Introduction to Strategic Planning (MGT113)

Credits:3

Intro to Strategic Planning (MGT113)

Credits:3

Issues in Management Part II (MGT114)

Credits:3

Business and Its Environment (MGT116)

Credits:3

Business Organisation and Management (MGT117)

Credits:3

Business Accounting (MGT118)

Credits:3

Business Finance (MGT119)

Credits:3

Financial Management (MGT211)

Credits:3

Effective Supervision Techniques (MGT212)

Credits:3

Marketing (MGT220)

Credits:3

Production and Operations Management I (MGT221)

Credits:3

Production and Operations Management II (MGT222)

Credits:3

Small Business Management (MGT223)

Credits:3

Management Techniques & Principles (MGT603)

Credits:0

THIS COURSE ADDRESSES ISSUES THAT FOCUS ON TIME MANAGEMENT, DAY-TO-DAYWORK AND PROJECT MANAGEMENT, HOW TO ESTABLISH AN EFFECTIVE NETWORK ANDHOW TO DEAL WITH STAFF AND OTHER LEVELS OF MANAGEMENT.

A'Level Mmgt of Business I (MGT6201)

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THIS IS A THREE-PART COURSE LEADING TO THE GCE ADVANCED LEVEL CERTIFI-CATE. THE COURSE IS DESIGNED TO ENABLE CANDIDATES TO UNDERSTAND THE NATURE & SCOPE OF BUSINESS & ITS ROLE IN SOCIETY, THE VARIOUS TYPES OFBUSINESS & NON-PROFIT ORGANISATIONS, ETC.

A'Level Mmgt of Business II (MGT6202)

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THIS IS THE SECOND PART OF THE 'A' LEVEL MANAGEMENT OF BUSINESS COURSETHAT LEADS TO THE GCE ADVANCED LEVEL CERTIFICATE.

Effective Supervision Techniques (MGT621A)

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Small Business Management (MGT624)

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Issues in Management (MGT625)

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Office Management (MGT634)

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Introduction to Marketing (MKT601)

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Marketing Management (MKT604)

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Marketing I (MKT621)

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English II (MV3012)

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Science II (MV3015)

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Welding Theory II (MV3016)

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Machine Shop Theory II (MV3018)

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Motor Vechicle Mech. Technology II (MV3020)

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Motor Vechicle Mechanics Practical I (MV3021)

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Basic Car Maintenance (MVM611)

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Nutrition & Sanitation (NAS311)

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THE MAJOR GOAL OF THIS COURSE IS TO ENCOURAGE THE PREPARATION OF FOOD IN ACCORDANCE WITH SOUND NUTRITION PRINCIPLES AND DIETARY GUIDELINES. THE STUDENTS WILL STUDY THE BASIC FUNDAMENTALS OF NUTRITION.

Intro to Nursing Management (NUR330)

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Medical Nutrition Therapy I (NUT103)

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Medical Nutrition Therapy II (NUT104)

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Community Nutrition (NUT105)

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Office Procedures I (OPR602)

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THIS COURSE IS DESIGNED FOR THOSE WHO WORK IN AN OFFICE SITUATION, IN A CLERICAL OR SECRETARIAL CAPACITY, WHERE A SOUND KNOWLEDGE OF OFFICE TECHNIQUES AND PROCEDURES IS NEEDED.

Office Procedures II (OPR603)

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Office Practice & Procedures (OPR604)

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Office Skills I (OPS601)

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Office Skills II (OPS602)

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Office Procedures I (OPS621)

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Organizational Behaviour (ORB621)

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Law of Contract I (PAR101)

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Law of Contract II (PAR102)

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Property Law & Practice I (PAR103)

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Property Law & Practice II (PAR104)

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Legal Systems I (PAR105)

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Legal Systems II (PAR106)

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Law of Tort I (PAR107)

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Law of Tort II (PAR108)

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Criminal Law I (PAR109)

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Criminal Law II (PAR110)

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Intro to Financial Accounting (PAR111)

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Business Law & Practice I (PAR211)

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Business Law & Practice II (PAR212)

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Civil & Criminal Practice I (PAR215)

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Civil & Criminal Practice II (PAR216)

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Sucession Law & Practice I (PAR217)

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Succession Law & Practice II (PAR218)

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Property Law & Practice III (PAR219)

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Property Law & Practice IV (PAR220)

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Painting & Tiling (PAT100)

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Programming Concepts I (PCO601)

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Mechanics & Thermal Properties of Matter I (PHY108)

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Physics Practical Skills I (PHY109)

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Oscillations, Waves & Thermal Properties of Matter (PHY110)

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Physics Practical Skills II (PHY111)

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Electricity, Magnetism & Quantum Theory (PHY212)

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Laboratory Skills III (PHY213)

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A.C. Theory, Electronics & Radio Activity (PHY214)

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Laboratory Skills IV (PHY215)

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Plumbing (PLG101)

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Family Law & Practice (PLS111)

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Law of Tort (PLS112)

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Criminal Law (PLS113)

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Legal Systems (PLS114)

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Contract Law (PLS115)

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Property Law & Practice (PLS116)

Credits:4

Business Law & Practice (PLS221)

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Succession Law & Practice (PLS222)

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Civil & Criminal Practice (PLS223)

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Presentation Skills (PRS600)

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Psychology II (PSY103)

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Adolescent Psychology (PSY110)

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Introduction to Social Psychology (PSY204)

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Abnormal Psychology (PSY205)

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Interpersonal Relations (REL600)

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Research Methods (RMS600)

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Systems Analysis & Design (SAD600)

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Systems Analysis & Design (SAD600)

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Spreadsheet Application (SAP600)

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Planning, Instruction and Assessment in Science (SC201)

Credits:3

General Science (SCI1001)

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Philosophy of Science (SCI101)

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Environmental Science (SCI102)

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Science (SEC201)

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Education (SEC204)

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Modern Languages (SEC210)

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Shorthand IA (SHO603)

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Shorthand 1B (SHO604)

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Shorthand I (SHO621)

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Shorthand II (SHO622)

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Pitman Shorthand I (SHO651)

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Pitman Shorthand II (SHO652)

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Theories and Methods in Sociology (SOC107)

Credits:3

Social Institutions - The Family (SOC108)

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Social Institutions - Religion and Education (SOC109)

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Social Stratification (SOC110)

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Introductory Sociology (SOC111)

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The Origin and Development of Sociology (SOC112)

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Population & Development (SOC211)

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Crime & Deviance (SOC212)

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Caribbean Social Issues I (SOC213)

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Caribbean Social Issues II (SOC214)

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Social Work Theory & Practice I (SOW105)

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Research Methods I (SOW106)

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Social Work Practicum I (SOW107)

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Social Work Theory & Practice II (SOW108)

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Social Work with Indiv. & Families (SOW109)

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Social Work in Gerontology (SOW110)

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Counselling Theory & Practice (SOW203)

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Social Policy Agency & Admin (SOW204)

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Programme Planning & Implementation (SOW205)

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Human Skills (SOW206)

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Social Work Practicum II (SOW207)

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Working with Adolescents (SOW208)

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Substance Abuse (SOW209)

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Research Methods II (SOW210)

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Introduction to Spanish (SPA101)

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Spanish Advanced Language I (SPA112)

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Introduction to Hispanic Literature I (SPA113)

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Spanish Advanced Language II (SPA114)

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Introduction to Hispanic Literature II (SPA115)

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Functional Spanish I (SPA116)

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Functional Spanish II (SPA117)

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Functional Spanish III (SPA118)

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Spanish Intermediate Language I (SPA119)

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Spanish Language Intermediate II: Global and Cultural Trends (SPA120)

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Spanish Advanced Language III (SPA216)

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Hispanic Literary Analysis I (SPA217)

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Spanish Advanced Language IV (SPA218)

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Hispanic Literary Analysis II (SPA219)

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Spanish Language for Advanced Level I (SPA220)

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Nature of Social Science (SSC101)

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Business Statistics II (STA602)

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Building Supervision (SUP601)

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Social Work Theory & Practice I (SWT600)

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Social Work Theory & Practice II (SWT601)

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Social Work Prac.-Indiv. & Families (SWT602)

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Social Work-Individuals & Families (SWT602)

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Social Work Practicum (SWT603)

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Test Course I (TEST)

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Test Course for Training of Faculty (TEST101)

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Test200 (TEST200)

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test400 (test400)

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World Drama Survey (THA101)

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Nature of Tourism (TOU101)

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Tourism Management (TOU102)

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Sustainable Tourism (TOU103)

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Research Methods in Tourism (TOU104)

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Tourism Product Development (TOU205)

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Tourism Marketing (TOU206)

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Entrepreneurship in Tourism (TOU207)

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Business Development in Tourism (TOU208)

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Tourism I (TSM102)

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Tourism II (TSM203)

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Text Processing IA (TXP311A)

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Text Processing 1B (TXP311B)

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Text Processing IIA (TXP322A)

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Basic Keyboarding I (TYP601)

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Intermediate Typewriting (TYP603)

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THIS COURSE IS DESIGNED FOR THOSE WHO HAVE COMPLETED THE BASIC TYPING COURSE AND WILL ENABLE PARTICIPANTS TO ACHIEVE 20 WORDS PER MINUTE. IT IS ALSO AN EXCELLENT PREPARATION FOR KEYBOARDING ON A COMPUTER.

Advanced Typewriting (TYP604)

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THIS COURSE IS A CONTINUATION OF INTERMEDIATE TYPEWRITING & COMPLETES YOUR TRAINING IN BUSINESS TYPING. IN THIS COURSE, YOU WILL BE LEARN- ING THE PRINCIPLES FOR CENTRING, COPY HORIZONTALLY AND VERTICALLY; THEPLACEMENT RULES FOR TYPING LETTERS AND ENVELOPES.

Introductory Typewriting (TYP6500)

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Test Course (Z_Test)

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