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Academic Calendar 2005-2006 - Addenda

This site provides updates to the Mount Royal College 2005-2006 Calendar which have been approved following its publication.

Corrections are in red text.

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Academic Schedule
Holidays

Christmas** and New Year’s closure........December 24, 2005 – January 2, 2006 inclusive.

**Notice: Potential shortened business day on Friday, December 23.


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Academic Warning

The Office of the Registrar will issue an official academic warning to those students whose cumulative Grade Point Average at the end of any semester of study is less than 2.00. Students who are issued an official academic warning are strongly encouraged to meet with their academic advisor and/or a College counsellor to review their academic standing and how best it might be improved in the following semester of studies.


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Music Performance Diploma program

The following revisions have been approved to the course description and assigned course credit values for the following courses effective Fall 2005:

Diploma - Music Peformance - Classical
MUSD 1100 Level
- Principle Instrument or Voice.............
3
MUSD 1200 Level
- Principle Instrument or Voice.............3
MUSD 1300 Level
- Principle Instrument or Voice.............3
MUSD 1400 Level
- Principle Instrument or Voice.............3

Diploma - Music Peformance - Jazz
MUSD 1100 Level
- Principle Instrument or Voice.............
3
MUSD 1200 Level
- Principle Instrument or Voice.............3
MUSD 1300 Level
- Principle Instrument or Voice.............3
MUSD 1400 Level
- Principle Instrument or Voice.............3

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The following two changes resulted from recently approved Curriculum Submissions effective Fall 2005.

Bachelor of Nursing - Athabasca University at Mount Royal College - Degree

Admission Categories

4. Admission on the basis as a Licensed Practical Nurse

To be assessed under this category, the Practical Nursing program must have been completed at an institution from which Mount Royal College and Athabasca University normally accept transfer credits.

  • Current licensure with the College of Practical Nurses of Alberta
  • Equivalent of one year full-time experience (1700 hours) as a Practical Nurse (proof from employer required)
  • English Language Arts 30-1 (formerly English 30) – 50%
  • Pure Mathematics 30 – 50%
  • 30-level science course (preferably Biology 30)
  • applicants lacking the above course requirements may substitute equivalent post-secondary courses

 

Note:To be eligible for admission as a Licensed Practical Nurse, applicants must present a minimum admission average of 60% on the required subjects listed as required under this category. Students admitted under this category must successfully complete, with a passing grade of 'C':

  • HLTH 2210 to receive credit for Nursing 2201, Nursing 2203, Nursing 2265, Nursing 3301 and AU 326;
  • HLTH 2220 to receive credit for Nursing 3305 and Nursing 3307; and
  • HLTH 2230 to receive credit for Nursing 3303.

 

Students admitted under this category must successfully complete HLTH 2210, HLTH 2220 and HLTH 2230 before progressing to 4400-level NURS courses. Students admitted on the basis of being a Licensed Practical Nurse are not permitted to move from the PReP stream to the standard BN:AU at MRC program without having successfully completed all PReP Stream requirements as described above. Students admitted as LPN's who do not successfully complete the PReP program must reapply for admission into the BN: AU at MRC Program under Post-Secondary or Mature admission categories if they wish to pursue nursing studies. Students entering the program as LPN's should consult a nursing program academic advisor to plan their program of studies. (See PReP Stream of the BN: AU at MRC Program)

Application Deadline:March 15

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Certificate – Advanced Studies in Critical CareNursing – Neuroscience Nursing Neuroscience Stream

Core Requirements – Level I Credits
Advanced Studies in Critical Care Nursing 4401 –
    Critical Care Nursing: Physiology . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5
Advanced Studies in Critical Care Nursing 4407 –
    Pharmacology for the Acutely lll . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4
Advanced Studies in Critical Care Nursing 4431 –
    Critical Care and Emergency Nursing: Assessment . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3
Advanced Studies in Critical Care Nursing 4471 –
    Neuroscience Nursing Theory . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4
Advanced Studies in Critical Care Nursing 4473 –
    Neuroscience Nursing Clinical . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6
Level I Total Credits for Graduation with a Certificate in
    Critical Care Nursing . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 22

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CHIN 2205 – Beginners’ Chinese I (U of C CHIN 205)
(4 credits – TG) 4 hours lecture, 1 hours lab

CHIN 2207 – Beginners’ Chinese II (U of C CHIN 207)
(4 credits – TG) 4 hours lecture, 1 hours lab

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MUSD – 1.5 Hours Private Instruction (restricted to Music Diploma students)

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MUSD 1100 Level – Principal Instrument or Voice I
(3 credits)
1.5 hrs/wk Private Instruction
The intent of this course is to focus on personal performance abilities. Through weekly one and a half hour lessons the qualified instructor will help each student master the elements of music through an in depth study of technical material and relevant musical literature. The student is expected to complete all assignments put forth by the instructor as well as an end of term performance and where applicable an end of year jury. Practice and attendance is necessary for success in this course.
Note: Restricted to Music Diploma students.

MUSD 1200 Level – Principal Instrument or Voice II
(3 credits)
1.5 hrs/wk Private Instruction
The intent of this course is to focus on personal performance abilities. Through weekly one and a half hour lessons the qualified instructor will help each student master the elements of music through an in depth study of technical material and relevant musical literature. The student is expected to complete all assignments put forth by the instructor as well as an end of term performance and where applicable an end of year jury. Practice and attendance is necessary for success in this course.
Note: Restricted to Music Diploma students.

MUSD 1300 Level – Principal Instrument or Voice III
(3 credits)
1.5 hrs/wk Private Instruction
The intent of this course is to focus on personal performance abilities. Through weekly one and a half hour lessons the qualified instructor will help each student master the elements of music through an in depth study of technical material and relevant musical literature. The student is expected to complete all assignments put forth by the instructor as well as an end of term performance and where applicable an end of year jury. Practice and attendance is necessary for success in this course.
Note: Restricted to Music Diploma students.

MUSD 1400 Level – Principal Instrument or Voice IV
(3 credits)
1.5 hrs/wk Private Instruction
The intent of this course is to focus on personal performance abilities. Through weekly one and a half hour lessons the qualified instructor will help each student master the elements of music through an in depth study of technical material and relevant musical literature. The student is expected to complete all assignments put forth by the instructor as well as an end of term performance and where applicable an end of year jury. Practice and attendance is necessary for success in this course.
Note: Restricted to Music Diploma students
.

 


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PHED 1235 - Basketball
(3 credits - TG) 3 hours lecture

PHED 1237 - Volleyball
(3 credits - TG) 3 hours lecture for 16 weeks