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Course equivalents

University of British Columbia - Vancouver Campus courseuSask course
ANTH 100
INTRODUCTION TO CULTURAL ANTHROPOLOGY
ANTH 111.3
ANTH 220
FIRST NATIONS OF BRITISH COLUMBIA
INDG 265.3
ANTH 418
ANTHROPOLOGICAL STATISTICS
STAT 244.3
ARTH 225
ART IN EUROPE TO THE 16TH CENTURY
ARTH SR. 3
ASTR 101
INTRODUCTION TO THE SOLAR SYSTEM
ASTR JR. 3
ASTR 102
INTRODUCTION TO THE STARS AND GALAXIES
ASTR JR. 3
ATSC 113
APPLIED METEIOROLOGY
GEOG JR. 3
BIOCH 202
INTRO TO MEDICAL BIOCHEMISTRY
BMSC 200.3
BIOCH 202 & 302
MEDICAL BIOCHEMISTRY & GENERAL BIOCHEMISTRY
BMSC 200.3 & 230.3
BIOCH 302
GENERAL BIOCHEMISTRY
BIOC JR. 3
BIOL 112
BIOLOGY OF THE CELL
BIOL JR. 3
BIOL 112, 121 & 140
BIOLOGY OF THE CELL, GENETICS, EVOLUTION & ECOLOGY. LAB
BIOL 120.3 & 121.3
BIOL 121
GENETICS, EVOLUTION, & ECOLOGY
BIOL JR. 3
BIOL 121 & BIOL 140 (LAB)
GENETICS, EVOLUTION & ECOLOGY, LAB
BIOL 120.3
BIOL 153
HUMAN BIOLOGY
PHSI 208.6
BIOL 155
HUMAN BIOLOGY
PHSI 208.6
BIOL 200
FUNDAMENTALS OF CELL BIOLOGY
BMSC 220.3
BIOL 204
VERTEBRATE STRUCTURE & FUNCTION
BIOL 361.3
BIOL 205
COMPARATIVE INVERTEBRATE ZOOLOGY
BIOL SR. 3
BIOL 210
VASCULAR PLANTS
BIOL 222.3
BIOL 230
FUNDAMENTALS OF ECOLOGY
BIOL 223.3
BIOL 300
FUNDAMENTAL BIOSTATISTICS
STAT 244.3
BIOL 304
FUNDAMENTALS OF ECOLOGY
BIOL 228.3
BIOL 306
ADVANCED ECOLOGY
BIOL 373.3
BIOL 321
INTRO TO BRYOPHYTES
BIOL SR. 3 (200-LEVEL)
BIOL 335
MOLECULAR GENETICS
BIOL SR. 3
BIOL 351
PLANT PHYSIOLOGY
BIOL 331.3
CAPS 301
HUMAN PHYSIOLOGY
PHSI 208.6
CHEM 111
STRUCTURE, BONDING, & EQUILIBRIUM IN CHEMISTRY
CHEM 112.3
CHEM 121
STRUCTURE & BONDING IN CHEMISTRY
CHEM 112.3
CHEM 123
THERMODYNAMICS, KINETICS, & ORGANIC CHEMISTRY
CHEM JR. 3
CHEM 203
INTRODUCTION TO ORGANIC CHEMISTRY
CHEM JR. 3
CHEM 211
INTRODUCTION TO CHEMICAL ANALYSIS
CHEM SR. 3
CHEM 233
ORGANIC CHEMISTRY FOR BIOLOGICAL SCIENCES
CHEM JR. 3
CHEM 233 + 235
ORGANIC CHEMISTRY FOR BIOLOGICAL SCIENCES & LAB
CHEM 250.3
CLST 301
THE TECHNICAL TERMS OF MEDICAL & BIOLOGICAL SCIENCE
CLAS 103.3
CNPS 427
GUIDANCE: PLANNING AND DECISION-MAKING
EPSE UNSP.3
COMM 101
BUSINESS FUNDAMENTALS
COMM 101.3
COMM 203
MANAGING THE EMPLOYMENT RELATIONSHIP
COMM 211.3
COMM 204
LOGISTICS & OPERATIONS MANAGEMENT
COMM 205.3
COMM 290
INTRODUCTION TO QUANTITATIVE DECISION MAKING
COMM 104.3
COMM 291
APPLICATION OF STATISTICS IN BUSINESS
COMM 207.3
COMM 292
MANAGEMENT & ORGANIZATIONAL BEHAVIOUR
COMM 105.3
COMM 293
FINANCIAL ACCOUNTING
COMM 201.3
COMM 296
INTRODUCTION TO MARKETING
COMM 204.3
ECON 101
PRINCIPLES OF MICROECONOMICS
ECON 111.3
ECON 102
PRINCIPLES OF MACROECONOMICS
ECON 114.3
ENGL 110
APPROACHES TO LITERATURE
ENG JR. 3
ENGL 223
LITERATURE IN THE UNITED STATES
ENG SR. 3
ENGL 227
PROSE FICTION
ENGL SR. 3
EOSC 110
THE SOLID EARTH: A DYNAMIC PLANET
GEOL 121.3
EOSC 112
THE FLUID EARTH: ATMOSPHERE & OCEAN
GEOL JR. 3
EOSC 114
THE CATASTROPHIC EARTH: NATURAL DISASTERS
GEOL JR. 3
EOSC 116
MEZOZOIC EARTH: TIME OF THE DINSOSAURS
GEOL JR. 3
EOSC 118
EARTH'S TREASURES: GOLD AND GEMS
GEOL JR. 3
EOSC 212
TOPICS IN THE EARTH AND PLANETARY SCIENCES
GEOL 206.3
EOSC 220
INTRODUCTORY MINEROLOGY
GEOL 224.3
EOSC 221
INTRODUCTORY PETROLOGY
GEOL 226.3
EOSC 223
FIELD TECHNIQUES
GEOL 308.3
EPSE 317
DEVELOPMENT & EXCEPTIONALITY IN THE CLASSROOM
ESPE 390.3
FMST 210
FAMILY CONTEXT OF HUMAN DEVELOPMENT
XSSC JR. 3
FMST 312
PARENT-CHILD RELATIONSHIPS
XSSC SR. 3
FNH 250
NUTRITION CONCEPTS & CONTROVERSIES
NUTR 120.3
FREN 101
BEGINNERS' FRENCH I
FREN 103.3
FREN 102
BEGINNERS' FRENCH II
FREN JR. 3
FREN 111
ELEMENTARY FRENCH I
FREN 122.3
FREN 112
ELEMENTARY FRENCH II
FREN JR. 3
GEOG 121
GEOGRAPHY, ENVIRONMENT, & GLOBALIZATION
GEOG JR. 3
GEOG 122
GEOGRAPHY, MODERNITY, & GLOBALIZATION
GEOG JR. 3
HIST 101
WORLD HISTORY TO OCEANIC CONTACT
HIST JR. 6
HIST 102
WORLD HISTORY FROM 1500 TO 20TH CENTURY
HIST JR. 6
HIST 103
WORLD HISTORY SINCE 1900
HIST JR. 6
HIST 237A
HISTORY OF THE UNITED STATES
1/2 OF HIST 270.6
HIST 369
EUROPE, 1900-1950
1/2 OF HIST 229.6
KIN 103
ACTIVE HEALTH
KIN UNSP. 3
KIN 151
BIOMECHANICS I
KIN 222.3
KIN 161
LEISURE & SPORT IN SOCIETY
KIN 232.3
KIN 230
HUMAN MOTOR BEHAVIOUR I
KIN UNSP. 3
KIN 231
SPORT & EXERCISE PSYCHOLOGY
KIN 231.3
KIN 261
HEALTH POLICY & SOCIETY
KIN UNSP. 3
KIN 360
SPORT, PEACE, & CONFLICT
KIN UNSP. 3
KIN 373
RESEARCH METHODS IN KINESIOLOGY
KIN 380.3
KIN 375
EXERCISE PHYSIOLOGY II
KIN 226.3
KIN 464
HEALTH PROMOTION & PHYSICAL ACTIVITY
KIN UNSP. 3
LATN 101
FIRST-YEAR LATIN I
LATN JR. 3
LATN 102
FIRST-YEAR LATIN II
LATN JR. 3
LING 100
INTRODUCTION TO LANGUAGE & LINGUISTICS
LING JR. 3
LING 101
LANGUAGES OF THE WORLD
LING JR. 3
MATH 100
DIFFERENTIAL CALCULUS WITH APPLICATIONS TO PHYSICAL SCIENCES AND ENGINEERING
MATH 123.3
MATH 101
INTEGRAL CALCULUS WITH APPLICATIONS TO PHYSICAL SCIENCES AND ENGINEERING
MATH 124.3
MATH 102
DIFFERENTIAL CALCULUS WITH APPLICATIONS TO LIFE SCIENCES
MATH 125.3
MATH 103
DIFFERENTIAL CALCULUS WITH APPLICATIONS TO LIFE SCIENCES
MATH 128.3
MATH 104
DIFFERENTIAL CALCULUS WITH APPLICATIONS TO COMMERCE AND SOCIAL SCEINCES
MATH 121.3
MATH 105
INTEGRAL CALCULUS WITH APPLICATIONS TO COMMERCE & SOCIAL SCIENCES
MATH JR. 3
MATH 110
DIFFERENTIAL CALCULUS
MATH 102.3 & 110.3
MATH 120
HONOURS DIFFERENTIAL CALCULUS
MATH 176.3
MATH 121
HONOURS INTEGRAL CALCULUS
MATH 116.3
MATH 152
LINEAR SYSTEMS
MATH 164.3
MATH 180
DIFFERENTIAL CALCULUS WITH PHYSICAL APPLICATIONS
MATH 123.3
MATH 184
DIFFERENTIAL CALCULUS FOR SOCIAL SCIENCE & COMMERCE
MATH JR. 3
MATH 223
LINEAR ALGEBRA
MATH JR. 3
MICB 202
INTRODUCTION TO MEDICAL MICROBIOLOGY AND IMMUNOLOGY
MICR 223.3 or 224.3
MICB 302
IMMUNOLOGY
MCIM 321.3
MICB 306
MOLECULAR VIROLOGY
MCIM 417.3
MICB 308
PARADIGMS IN BACTERIAL PATHOGENESIS
MCIM 425.3
MUSC 100
PRINCIPLES OF MUSICAL FORM
MUS JR. 3
MUSC 103
INTRODUCTION TO THE THEORY OF MUSIC
MUS JR. 3
MUSC 105
AURAL SKILLS I
MUS JR. 3
MUSC 106
AURAL SKILLS II
MUS JR. 3
MUSC 326A
MUSIC APPRECIATION
MUS JR. 3
PHIL 100
INTRODUCTION TO PHILOSOPHY
PHIL 110.6
PHIL 101
INTRODUCTION TO PHILOSOPHY
PHIL JR. 3
PHIL 102
INTRODUCTION TO PHILOSOPHY II
PHIL JR.3
PHIL 120
INTRODUCTION TO CRITICAL THINKING
PHIL 140.3
PHYS 100
INTRODUCTORY PHYSICS
NO CREDIT
PHYS 101
ENERGY AND WAVES
PHYS 115.3
PHYS 107
ENRICHED PHYSICS I
PHYS 115.3
PHYS 108 & 109
ENRICHED PHYSICS II, ENRICHED EXPERIMENTAL PHYSICS
PHYS 125.3
PHYS 118
ELECTRICITY, LIGHT, & RADIATION
PHYS JR. 3
PHYS 170
MECHANICS I
PHYS JR. 3
POLI 100
INTRODUCTION TO POLITICS
POLS 112.3
POLI 101
THE GOVERNMENT OF CANADA
POLS 111.3
POLI 220
INTRODUCTION TO COMPARATIVE POLITICS
POLS SR. 3
POLI 240
CURRENTS OF POLITICAL THOUGHT
POLS SR. 3
PSYC 101
INTRODUCTION TO BIOLOGICAL & COGNITIVE PSYCHOLOGY
PSY 120.3
PSYC 102
INTRODUCTION TO DEVELOPMENTAL, SOCIAL, PERSONALITY, & CLINICAL PSYCHOLOGY
PSY 121.3
PSYC 208
CONTEMPORARY TOPICS IN SOCIAL, DEVELOPMENTAL, PERSONALITY, & CLINICAL PSYCHOLOGY
PSY SR. 3
PSYC 217
RESEARCH METHODS
PSY SR. 3
PSYC 305A
PERSONALITY PSYCHOLOGY
PSY 222.3
PSYC 307
CULTURAL PSYCHOLOGY
PSY 224.3
PSYC 366
METHODS IN RESEARCH
PSY 498.3
RELG 101
INTRODUCTION TO THE WESTERN (ABRAHAMIC) RELIGIONS RELIGIONS: JUDAISM, CHRISTIANITY, AND ISLAM
RLST JR. 3
RUSS 101
BASIC RUSSIAN I
RUSS JR. 3
RUSS 102
BASIC RUSSIAN II
RUSS JR. 3
SCIE 113
FIRST YEAR SEMINAR IN SCIENCE
XAR JR. 3
SOCI 200
SOCIOLOGY OF THE FAMILY
SOC SR. 3
SPAN 101
BEGINNERS' SPANISH I
SPAN 114.3
SPAN 102
BEGINNERS' SPANISH II
SPAN JR. 3
SPAN 201 & 202
INTERMEDIATE SPANISH I & II
SPAN 117.3
STAT 200
ELEMENTARY STATISTICS FOR APPLICATIONS
STAT 244.3
STAT 203
STATISTICAL METHODS
STAT JR. 3
STAT 251
ELEMENTARY STATISTICS
STAT JR. 3
THTR 120
INTRODUCTION TO THEATRE
DRAM JR. 3
THTR 130
INTRODUCTION TO STAGE ACTING
DRAM JR. 3
VISA 180
FOUNDATION STUDIO: APPROACHES TO MEDIA
ART JR. 3
VISA 183
FOUNDATION STUDIO: IDEAS AS PRACTICE I
ART JR. 3
VISA 220
DRAWING
ART JR. 3

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