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Academic Calendar 2006-2007 - Addenda

This site provides updates to the Mount Royal College 2006-2007 Calendar which have been approved following its publication.

Corrections are in red text.


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Bachelor of Applied Communications in Journalism

Minimum Overall Average Required for Admission
To be eligible for admission on the basis of High School Standing, applicants must normally present a minimum admission average of 65% on their five appropriate grade 12 subjects.

To be eligible for admission on the basis of Post-secondary Standing, applicants must normally present a minimum Grade Point Average (GPA) of 2.50 on the 5 most recently completed post-secondary courses (minimum 15 credit hours).


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Bachelor of Applied Communications in Public Relations

Minimum Overall Average Required for Admission
To be eligible for admission on the basis of High School Standing, applicants must normally present a minimum admission average of 65% on their five appropriate grade 12 subjects.

To be eligible for admission on the basis of Post-secondary Standing, applicants must normally present a minimum Grade Point Average (GPA) of 2.50 on the 5 most recently completed post-secondary courses (minimum 15 credit hours).


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Bachelor of Applied Communications - Public Relations

Semester 2
Applied Communications 2203 – Applied Visual Communication I
Applied Communications 2211 – Newswriting and Reporting I OR
Applied Communications 2261 – Technical Writing I

Applied Communications 2247 – Public Relations Management
Applied Communications 2249 – Applied Writing I for Public Relations
Arts and Science Requirement


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Technical Writing - Introductory Certificate of Achievement

English 2201 or any 2200-level (or higher) English
Applied Communications 2203 – Applied Visual Communications I
Applied Communications 2261 – Technical Writing I OR
English 3363 – Technical Writing

Applied Communications 2263 – Stylistics
Applied Communications 2267 – Information Architecture


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Bachelor of Applied Ecotourism and Outdoor Leadership

Faculty Information
Department: 403-440-6500


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Bachelor of Applied Justice Studies

Semester 1
Applied Justice 2201 – Introduction to Criminology.........................................3
Applied Justice 2203 – Introduction to the Justice System..............................3
Arts and Science Requirement.............. ......................................................3
Arts and Science Requirement.....................................................................3
Elective......................................................................................................3

Semester 4
Applied Justice 2215 – Introduction to Research Methods in Justice Studies....3
Applied Justice 3307 – Professional Ethics in Criminal Justice........................3
Applied Justice 3311 – Criminal Law.............................................................3
Applied Justice 3313 – Interviewing Skills......................................................3
Arts and Science Requirement.....................................................................3
Total Credits..............................................................................................15
Total Credits for Graduation.......................................................................121


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Bachelor of Applied Nonprofit Studies

Semester 2 (Winter)
Administration 1120 – Principles of Accounting
Administration 1210 – Business Communications
Entrepreneurship 2237 – Human Resources for Small Business or
Administration 1170 – Introduction to Human Resources

Nonprofit Studies 2247 – Introduction to Volunteer Management
Arts and Science Requirement


Page 110

Broadcasting Diploma

Minimum Overall Average Required for Admission
To be eligible for admission on the basis of High School Standing, applicants must normally present a minimum admission average of 65% on their five appropriate grade 12 subjects.

To be eligible for admission on the basis of Post-secondary Standing, applicants must normally present a minimum Grade Point Average (GPA) of 2.50 on the 5 most recently completed post-secondary courses (minimum 15 credit hours).


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Business Administration and Insurance Diploma

Additional Criteria
In addition to meeting all academic admission requirements, applicants must meet the following criteria:

  • Research and writing skills as demonstrated in an applicant-written letter of intent explaining interest in the Business Administration and Insurance program

Note: The Business Administration and Insurance Diploma program content and structure is currently under review. Please see the Mount Royal College website for updates on changes to the curriculum.


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Child and Youth Care Counsellor

Semester 2
CYCC 1130 – Substance Abuse and Related Health Issues
CYCC 1142 – Fieldwork
CYCC 1221 – Fundamental Skills in Counselling
CYCC 1232 – Working with Vulnerable Children, Youth and Families
PSYC 3351 – Developmental Psychology
Arts and Science Requirement

Semester 3
CYCC 1210 – Policies, Systems and Issues Regarding Children and Youth
CYCC 1235 – Youth Care Practice with Families
CYCC 1241 – Practicum
PSYC 3355 – Adolescence

Semester 4
CYCC 1226 – Assessment and Intervention
CYCC 1216 – Group Process and Counselling Theory
CYCC 1242 – Practicum
Arts and Science Requirement


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CYCC 1242 – Practicum
(6 credits) 2 hours tutorial, 210 hours fieldwork
This course is a continuation of Child and Youth Care Counsellor 1241.
Corequisite: Child and Youth Care Counsellor 1226 and 1235.


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COMP 3309 – Information Technology and Society
(3 credits - TG) 3 hours lecture
A study of the implications of information technology for society. Historical
perspectives, social context of computing, legal and ethical problems, economic
issues, and philosophical frameworks for analysis will be covered.
Prerequisite: One of Economics 2201, Philosophy 2201, 2249, Political Science 2201
or 2223.


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ETOL 4409 – Applied Leadership
(3 credits) 3 hours lecture
Students will plan, develop, market, implement and report on an ecotourism
outdoor leadership event.
Prerequisite: Ecotourism and Outdoor Leadership 3305 and 2401.


eCampusAlberta Courses

The eCampusAlberta logo denotes one or more sections of these courses are available online through the eCampusAlberta option.

Advanced Critical Care Nursing 4471
Advanced Critical Care Nursing 4473
Applied Communications 2203
Applied Communications 2241
Applied Communications 2261
Applied Communications 2263
Applied Communications 2267
Applied Communications 3365
Early Childhood Care and Education 1104
Early Childhood Care and Education 1107
Early Childhood Care and Education 1109
Early Childhood Care and Education 1110
Early Childhood Care and Education 1120
Early Childhood Care and Education 1180
Early Childhood Care and Education 1209
Early Childhood Care and Education 1213
Early Childhood Care and Education 1282
Economics 2201
Economics 2203
Gerontology 4401
Gerontology 4407
Gerontology 4409
Gerontology 4417
Health Studies 1213
Nursing 4461
Social Work 3331


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SPCH 1115 – Bridging Communication Tradition
(3 credits - TG) 3 hours lecture
This course is designed to allow the student to explore and experience the oral
tradition of native culture and the speech demands of the 21st century.
Specifically it provides the student with practical experience in the arts of speaking
and listening, as well as an opportunity to contrast communication characteristics
of two cultures.