Part time Bachelor's Degree in Canada

136 Part time Bachelor Programs in Canada

Bachelor

Bachelor degrees from accredited colleges and universities can be important stepping-stones toward a successful career.The most common type of undergraduate program is a bachelor's degree, usually awarded after four years of successful study

A Bachelor is a popular college degree that is pursued by students who want to gain knowledge in a specific area of study. Completed in three to five years, it is available in a variety of study disciplines.

Canada is a North American country consisting of ten provinces and three territories. Located in the northern part of the continent, it extends from the Atlantic to the Pacific and northward into the Arctic Ocean.

Best 136 Part time Bachelor Degrees in Canada 2017

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Bachelor in International Hotel Management

Vatel Switzerland - International Business School Hotel & Tourism Management
Campus 3 years February 2017 Canada Quebec

Today, the hospitality and tourism industry is cosmopolitan and globalized, and therefore scouts for trained and qualified personnel [+]

Bachelor in International Hotel Management 

Today, the hospitality and tourism industry is cosmopolitan and globalized, and therefore scouts for trained and qualified personnel. 

The Bachelor’s Degree in Hotel Management programme's objective is to train students for operational and administrative management positions. The programme combines cutting edge management science with traditional know-how in international hotel and restaurant management. Students are expected to participate actively in every phase of this highly internationalized and multicultural academic program, and course work is reinforced through immediate application of knowledge in practical settings. ... [-]


Bachelor of Commerce – Accounting

Fanshawe College
Campus September 2017 Canada London

The Bachelor of Commerce (Accounting) program is a four-year, honours level degree with a mandatory co-op work term between semesters 7 and 8. Students will study many aspects of accounting including financial accounting, cost accounting, management accounting, business finance, auditing and taxation in addition to a variety of general business management concepts including business strategy, marketing and human resources. [+]

The Bachelor of Commerce (Accounting) program is a four-year, honours level degree with a mandatory co-op work term between semesters 7 and 8. Students will study many aspects of accounting including financial accounting, cost accounting, management accounting, business finance, auditing and taxation in addition to a variety of general business management concepts including business strategy, marketing and human resources. The program will satisfy the degree requirements for all accounting professional bodies and will be closely aligned with the requirements for the Chartered Professional Accountants of Ontario (CPA). Students will be required to write certification exams for the professional bodies after graduation and fulfill experience requirements as part of the certification process for any professional body. [-]

Bachelor in Livestock Production (EED)

Aeres University of Applied Sciences
Campus 18 months

The programme is directed towards students who are interested in a study in the livestock sector. Dairy cows, pigs and poultry are the main focus of this study, which includes extensive practical training and contact with the industry. [+]

Top Part time Bachelors in Canada. The programme is directed towards students who are interested in a study in the livestock sector. Dairy cows, pigs and poultry are the main focus of this study, which includes extensive practical training and contact with the industry. Students are trained for positions such as advisor, sales manager, researcher, policy advisor and entrepreneur. They study at Aeres UAS in Dronten (The Netherlands) and Groupe ESA in Angers (France). The various skills required to successfully fulfil these positions are practiced extensively. The programme also includes technical subjects such as animal nutrition, animal health and animal welfare. The livestock sector has a great need for highly educated farm successors, advisors and managers who have an affinity with the agricultural sector. The university in Dronten is one of the renowned agricultural universities in the Netherlands in the field of entrepreneurship. It is not just about knowledge, it is also a question of developing yourself as an enterprising person. The added value of your studies in France The Groupe ESA is located in Western France, the leading French agricultural and agri-business region. With its 2,630 students, Groupe ESA is the largest institute of higher education for life sciences in France. It offers a wide range of programmes in 10 major sectors of activity: farming, food, landscape management, environment, horticulture, viticulture, retailing, trade, agribusiness management and town & country planning. The main features of the educational experience at Groupe ESA are focusing on intensive coaching and a desire to develop a sense of entrepreneurship with a close relationship with business life. The constant exchange with business life allows Groupe ESA to stay in tune with the challenges and realities of the workplace. Angers is a vibrant city with an exceptional heritage, only 90 minutes from Paris and 60 minutes from the Atlantic. Because of the long tradition of horticulture, Angers is today the most important centre for crop production and processing in Europe, notably seeds. It is also a first class economic centre for the food industry, banks and logistics companies. Studying in the Netherlands and France gives students the opportunity to discover other cultures and develop the human qualities of respect, open-mindedness, tolerance and resourcefulness. Competencies Successful graduates will be competent in the following areas of expertise: Consultancy and advice on livestock production Market development and marketing strategies for livestock products Policy institutes at national and international level (EU) Applied research livestock production Entrepreneurship Double degree Aeres University of Applied Sciences and Groupe ESA offers a double degree European Engineer Degree programme (EED) for students in the livestock sector for successful carreer in one of the following profiles: Consultant and advisor Sales and account manager Entrepreneurship and business management Researcher livestock production National or EU policy advisor Enrol Successful applicants for the 1.5 year Bachelor degree courses must have: Completed BTS, DUT, HND or Licence 2 or at least three years of university study in agriculture or a related subject A minimum score of 550 in the TOEFL English test or a formally recognised equivalent such as the IELTS (level 6.0) or IBT (79) The ability to formulate coherently in written English, and to have a vision of the chosen jarea of interest. Essay writing is part of the selection procedure Strong motivation to be successful in the sector Team spirit, a flexible attitude in an international working environment Funding in the form of a grant or a stipend, or private means Qualification After successfully completing this one- year programme, graduates will receive an Ingenieur degree (bachelor´s honours degree) and the Licence Professionelle in Animal Husbandry. [-]

Bachelor Biological Sciences

Bishop's University
Campus 3 years September 2017 Canada Sherbrooke

Biology is the study of life. We address questions as miniscule as the factors controlling the expression of a single gene, to as wide as changes to an entire ecosystem. [+]

Biology is the study of life. We address questions as miniscule as the factors controlling the expression of a single gene, to as wide as changes to an entire ecosystem. Biological Sciences We offer Bachelor of Science (B.Sc.) and Bachelor of Arts (B.A.) degrees in two areas: Health Science, which focuses on human biology, and Biodiversity and Ecology, which concentrates on non-human organisms and their environment. Why study Biology at Bishop’s? Teaching Focus. Our professors have chosen to concentrate on teaching, yet they still maintain research profiles that encourage undergraduate student involvement. See more information about our teaching staff. Small Classes. Small class sizes foster student engagement. Students learn to critically evaluate scientific claims and evidence, and to clearly articulate their thoughts orally and in writing – necessary skills for success in future study or science-related careers. Great Facilities. Our indoor laboratory facilities include molecular biology equipment, aquatic and terrestrial animal rooms, a greenhouse, walk-in-growth chambers, laminar flow hoods, incubators, centrifuges, and research microscopes. Our outdoor facilities include the Peter Curry Marsh, acres of surrounding woodland, canoe access to the Massawippi and St Francis rivers, and easy access to the Johnville Bog. Practical Experience. Our courses have a strong emphasis on labs, and our students learn practical skills useful to their future careers. Students get hands-on experience both in the field and in the laboratory, with a focus on actually “doing” not just observing. We also work hard to foster a capacity for independent thought and work, with ample opportunities to engage in independent research projects that act as excellent training for graduate or professional programs. Community. The entire Biology student population is smaller than a first-year Biology class at a large institution. Professors know students by name, and our Biology and Pre-Medicine clubs promote professor-student interactions outside the classroom. You can visit the Web page of the by going here: Biology club. What Can I Do with a Bishop’s Biology degree? A Bishop’s Biology degree can prepare you for: Advanced study (M.Sc./Ph.D.) in health sciences, environmental studies, or biological/life sciences Professional programs such as education, medicine, dentistry, veterinary medicine, or physiotherapy Employment in fields as diverse as biotechnology, environmental assessment, and wildlife management Student Club The Biology Club is the official social club for students enrolled in the Biological Sciences. The club is also open to students of other departments who have an interest in biology. Run by the students with help from the departmental technician, Ben Hobson, and various faculty, the club is dedicated to helping students enjoy themselves throughout their time in the department. The club facilitates access to supplemental training that students might otherwise not receive in their academic program. Held every semester, the wine and cheese celebrations are great ice-breakers for new students and also give upper year students the chance to catch up with old friends. Other activities organized by the club include camping and hiking trips, first aid courses, firearm safety courses, and golf tournaments. Activities may change from year to year depending on the interests of the students. In addition to these fun events, the club also holds fundraisers for several charities such as the World Wildlife Fund of Canada. Courses & Programs Incoming Biology students choose between two degrees: the Bachelor of Science (B.Sc.) and the Bachelor of Arts (B.A.). They also must choose between two concentrations: Health Sciences, and Biodiversity and Ecology. Upper-year B.Sc. students also have the opportunity to transfer into the Honours program in their final year if they meet certain requirements. What is the difference between the B.Sc. and a B.A.? The B.Sc. degree requires a strong grounding in the core sciences (math, physics, and chemistry). The B.Sc. is the best option if you intend to apply to graduate (M.Sc. or Ph.D.) or professional (e.g. medicine or physiotherapy) programs. Students with a strong interest in biology but not a strong grounding in the basic sciences thrive in the B.A. Biology program. The B.A is much more flexible than the B.Sc., and many students pair it with a second B.A. major. For example, a student interested in governmental health policy might choose a B.A. in Biology (Health Science) and a B.A. in Political Science, whereas an environmentally-oriented student might pair a B.A. Biology (Biodiversity and Ecology) with a B.A. in Environmental Studies. What is the difference between Health Sciences and Biodiversity and Ecology? Health Science prepares students for graduate school in biomedical fields such as cell biology or physiology, and is usually the choice of students hoping to enter medicine, dentistry, or other health-related professional programs. Many of these students also enroll in the Pre-Medicine program. Students interested in wildlife biology, ecology, zoology, plant science, and/or the environment should choose the Biodiversity and Ecology concentration. This degree prepares students for employment or graduate studies in these varied environmental and organismal fields. What is a B.Sc. Honours Degree? The Biology Honours B.Sc. prepares the student for graduate work in either the Life Sciences or the fields of Biodiversity and Ecology. Some professional schools also prefer that students have an Honours degree prior to entry. Honours students plan, execute, and report the findings of an independent research project conducted under the guidance of one or more faculty members. They also take additional Biology courses in the areas of experimental design and scientific writing (and correspondingly fewer electives). Students apply for entry into this program in their U3 year (i.e. the year prior to their graduating year). Entry into the program is based on marks and the availability of an appropriate faculty supervisor. See the links below for more details about Honours. What are the Required and Optional Courses for Each Program? All Biology programs have a central core of courses that all students must take to graduate, plus a list of optional and required courses specific to their own concentration. All Biology students will start with a fixed series of core courses. After this, each student will then have a series “required concentration courses” that each student enrolled in that particular concentration must also take. Each concentration then has a further list of options from which students in that concentration can select so as to meet their requirement of “concentration options”. Admission process Create a GoBishops account Once logged in, click on “Apply” to access the online application form. Complete the application form and submit it electronically. An application of $75 CAD for students studying within Canada or an application fee of $100 CAD for students studying outside Canada (payable by credit card) is required at the time of online application for all degree/certificate programs. Students applying for an exchange program from approved partner institutions do not pay an application fee. Submit all required supporting documents to the Admissions Office. Bishop’s University – Admissions Office 2600 rue College Sherbrooke, QC J1M 1Z7 Canada E-mail: admissions@ubishops.ca* Track the status of your application through your GoBishops account. Admissions files are assessed on a rolling basis, as soon as all required documents are received. Exceptions: Applications to the School of Education are reviewed in partnership with the School of Education and most offers for our education programs will not be made until January or February of each year. Applications for our Music programs also need to be evaluated based on their audition. Decisions for this program will not be made until both elements are reviewed. [-]

Bachelor of Science in Sustainable Design Engineering

University of Prince Edward Island
Campus 4 years September 2017 Canada Charlottetown

The program follows current trends in engineering education and focuses on student outcomes. Small class sizes within an activity-based learning environment allow faculty and staff to be student-centric and to provide specific and timely input to individual students. [+]

Top Part time Bachelors in Canada. The School of Sustainable Design Engineering at UPEI offers a progressive and innovative four-year Bachelor of Science in Engineering (Sustainable Design Engineering) degree which recognizes the need for a broad and balanced engineering education. The program follows current trends in engineering education and focuses on student outcomes. Small class sizes within an activity-based learning environment allow faculty and staff to be student-centric and to provide specific and timely input to individual students. Students are exposed to a broad base of knowledge and skills in engineering science, natural science, mathematics, and complementary studies in concert with an applied project-based design stream simulating the engineering profession. Students entering the degree program will be actively engaged in the profession of engineering from day one, providing creative and sustainable solutions to society’s problems. The degree program is designed to provide a highly flexible learning environment that is responsive to the dynamic needs of students and the industries that employ them. In addition to fundamental science, engineering science and mathematics courses, students are required to develop skills in engineering design, communication, analysis, project management, professional ethics and more. With a solid grounding in these fundamentals, students in Program Years 3 and 4 can enhance their technical knowledge by choosing one of three engineering focus areas: Mechatronics (MT), Sustainable Energy (SE), or Bioresources (BR). This program is specifically structured to maximize flexibility and mobility for students looking to complete a degree in any engineering discipline. The first two years of the degree program are common with those of our partner institutions. This allows, for instance, students with a Diploma in Engineering from one of the Dalhousie University Associated Universities to transfer into the third year of the Sustainable Design Engineering degree. Similarly, students seeking a degree in a more traditional engineering discipline can complete the first two years of their studies at UPEI before transferring to Dalhousie or the University of New Brunswick to complete their degree. Engineered by Design It is increasingly recognized that understanding basic science and mathematics are only two of the many areas that are essential to professional engineering practice. Engineering students in this program must make responsible decisions based on good judgment and an ability to justify decisions within a structured analytical framework. Based on this generalist philosophy, this program is designed to develop a student’s ability to think. This fundamental requirement of engineers to think critically in response to ever-changing and complex situations is accomplished through a design stream core which relies heavily on inquiry-based learning supported by traditional lecture-based knowledge. The progression in complex thinking skills occurs over the duration of the four-year program and beyond through appreciation of lifelong learning and professional development. An integrated, project-based professional practice (PBPP) stream provides an applied foundation where students work on real community and industry-based projects in every semester of their program. Traditional content courses are delivered via an integrated and timely approach with the PBPP courses so that professional practice skills are developed in a simulated workplace environment. This program emphasizes design as an essential element of engineering as reflected in the Community Design Program (Year 1), and the Junior Design (Year 2) and Senior Design (Years 3 and 4) Clinics. [-]

Education

Medicine Hat College
Campus 4 years September 2017 Canada Medicine Hat

Medicine Hat College is pleased to now offer a Bachelor of Education in collaboration with Mount Royal University. You can complete all four years at Medicine Hat College, with a focus on elementary education. If you love working with children and young adults, have a passion for learning and teaching, and imagine yourself influencing future generations, a career in education is a great fit for you. [+]

Medicine Hat College is pleased to now offer a Bachelor of Education in collaboration with Mount Royal University. You can complete all four years at Medicine Hat College, with a focus on elementary education. If you love working with children and young adults, have a passion for learning and teaching, and imagine yourself influencing future generations, a career in education is a great fit for you. Becoming a teacher offers you the opportunity to make a difference in the lives of young people and to shape the future through interaction with youth. Each of us, at some point in our lives, felt the influence of a teacher who affected how we see the world and our place in it. Many of the students who enrol in our program want to make a difference in the lives of others and choose a career in teaching to make it happen. There are two options in pursuing a degree in education at Medicine Hat College. Mount Royal University, Bachelor of Education at MHC Medicine Hat College, in partnership with Mount Royal University, offers a degree completion program that can be completed in Medicine Hat. This new partnership includes two years of study for degree completion and teacher certification with a focus on elementary education after you have completed the first two years of the B.Ed. Elementary program (60 credits). University Transfer Education For those interested in starting their studies at Medicine Hat College and completing their degree at another institution, our University Transfer Education program offers students the opportunity to study at MHC for up to two years and transfer to a variety of post-secondary institutions in Lethbridge, Edmonton, Calgary, Saskatoon, and Regina. Practicum Students should be aware that under the Protection for Persons in Care Act (January 1998) you will be required to provide a current Police Information Check with Vulnerable Sector Search as well as an Alberta Children's Services Intervention Record Check to the school jurisdiction in which you are placed for each teaching practicum or field experience. Student teachers are responsible for the cost of obtaining this documentation and ensuring it is provided to school jurisdictions requiring it, and a copy provided to the Education Advisor prior to the start of the first field experience. It is also recommended that you possess a current Emergency or Standard First Aid Certificate and that Health Immunization Records are up to date. Admission Requirements High School Alberta High School Courses or equivalents with a minimum 60% average in the required courses. ELA 30-1 Three additional 30-level academic subjects One 5-credit or two 3-credit subjects at the 30-level (Special Projects 30 excluded) Note: Completion of Pure Math 30, Math 30-1, or Math 30-2 is required for students transferring to the University of Alberta Faculty of Education Elementary route. Mature Student (21 years of age) The following are minimum admission requirements. Please see an advisor for additional course-specific pre-requisites. ELA 30-1 Pre-requisite courses required, eg. Chemistry 30 required for university level Chemistry Note: Completion of Pure Math 30, Math 30-1, or Math 30-2 is required for students transferring to the University of Alberta Faculty of Education Elementary route. [-]

Bachelor In Industrial Maintenance Technology

Cégep de Sept-Îles
Campus September 2017 Canada Sept-Îles

Industrial Maintenance Technology is designed by the program to train technicians and engineers able to exercise their job function in all industrial sectors companies: paper, metal mining, primary processing and metal fabrication, food, wood , petrochemicals, transport equipment as well as companies offering outsourcing of maintenance services. [+]

Top Part time Bachelors in Canada. GOALS OF THE PROGRAM: Design, manufacture and optimize the equipment. Check the conformity of equipment with standards and plans. Identify and analyze operational problems. Design and implement preventive maintenance programs. I will learn to: Check the compliance of facilities and equipment standards and plans. Identify and analyze the equipment malfunctions. Participate in the design, manufacture and optimization of the equipment. Design and implement preventive maintenance programs forecast. Coordination and control of maintenance activities. Provide technical assistance in business and solve various problems of maintenance and equipment performance. Working with hydraulics, pneumatics, lubrication, automation, machining, welding, drawing, electricity, electronics and computers. PRE: High school diploma (DES) Technical and Scientific Mathematics or Science or Mathematics Secondary 4 Cultural, Social and Technical Secondary 5 Secondary 5 Physics OR Mathematics 526 Physics 534 Program Objectives Industrial Maintenance Technology is designed by the program to train technicians and engineers able to exercise their job function in all industrial sectors companies: paper, metal mining, primary processing and metal fabrication, food, wood , petrochemicals, transport equipment as well as companies offering outsourcing of maintenance services. In fact, it is possible to find technicians and industrial maintenance engineers in all industries as well as in construction. The tasks of technicians and industrial service technicians primarily: to verify the compliance of facilities and equipment standards and plans; identify and analyze equipment malfunctions; to participate in the design, manufacture and optimization of the equipment; to design and implement forecast preventive maintenance programs; to coordinate and control of maintenance activities; to provide technical assistance in business; to solve various problems of maintenance and equipment performance. The CEGEP (College of General and Vocational Education) is the first level of higher education in Quebec, the second being university. CEGEPs provide two types of programs: graduate technical programs, which are primarily designed based on the labor market, although they also provide access to university and pre-university programs that prepare students for university. Both programs lead to a college degree (DEC). All students seeking admission to a member institution of SRACQ must apply for admission before the deadlines for admission for the academic year beginning at the end of August for the session of and fall in mid-January for the winter session. [-]

Bachelor of Applied Arts in Criminal Justice

St. Thomas University
Campus 4 years September 2017 Canada Fredericton

Criminology is a discipline that seeks to understand how people behave in difficult, confusing, stressful, tragic, and bizarre situations. As the study of Criminology often involves political, social, and personal consideration, students learn to analyze theories of criminal behaviour and fairly and accurately evaluate criminal justice systems and policies. [+]

Criminology is a discipline that seeks to understand how people behave in difficult, confusing, stressful, tragic, and bizarre situations. As the study of Criminology often involves political, social, and personal consideration, students learn to analyze theories of criminal behaviour and fairly and accurately evaluate criminal justice systems and policies. Our program at St. Thomas examines the people and institutions that affect, and are affected by, the justice system, exploring the impact on offenders, victims, and the public. CRITICAL & TRANSFERABLE SKILLS By studying Criminology, students develop exceptional academic and research literacy. As presentation of this research is essential to the discipline, students also gain significant experience in skills such as communication and debate. Analytical and evaluative skills are central to the study of Criminology and Criminal Justice as students are required to question the policies and institutions in place for those who have been identified as criminal and those who have been victims of criminal behaviour. COMMON CAREERS AND GRADUATE PATHWAYS A foundation in Criminology and Criminal Justice will prepare you for a wide variety of careers. The knowledge and skillset gained from this subject area is both deeply analytical, practical, and demanding. Graduates from this program have pursued careers in law, police and RCMP, government, social policy, corrections, social work, education, and more St. Thomas is the first university in Atlantic Canada to offer a major in Criminology and the first Canadian university to develop an applied arts degree program in Criminal Justice. A major or honours in Criminology is for students who plan to work in the criminal justice system, public safety areas such as policy development and program evaluation, or those applying to graduate school. RELATED AREAS OF STUDY Criminology can be viewed as an integrated approach to the study of crime and it combines elements of knowledge from a variety of disciplines including Psychology, Sociology, Human Rights, Political Science, Philosophy, History, and more. Minor in Criminology Students wishing to complete a Minor in Criminology must complete CRIM 1013 and 1023 and an additional 12 credit hours in Criminology courses. Major in Criminology Students must complete CRIM 1013 Introduction to Criminology and CRIM 1023 Introduction to Criminal Justice (a total of 6 credit hours) as a prerequisite for all courses offered by the Criminology Department. Students are also required to complete 3 credit hours from each of the six course streams (for a total of 18 credit hours) plus an additional 12 credit hours of CRIM electives (from any course stream; for a total of 36 credit hours). The Department of Criminology & Criminal Justice has organized its courses into the following Course Streams: Cultural Studies CRIM 2463 Cultural Criminology CRIM 2743 Social Protest in Canada CRIM 3263 Crime and the Media CRIM 3273 Crime in Popular Film CRIM 3563 Visual Criminology CRIM 4143 Hate Crime CRIM 4273 Advanced Studies in Crime in Popular Film CRIM 4503 Discourse and Crime CRIM 4513 Ethnography and Crime Criminal Justice Studies CRIM 2243 Corrections CRIM 2943 Victimology CRIM 3123 Contemporary Issues in Criminal Justice CRIM 3143 Charter Rights and Criminal Justice CRIM 3153 Criminal Behaviour CRIM 3283 Crime Prevention CRIM 4123 Peacemaking Criminology and Restorative Justice CRIM 4133 International and Comparative Criminal Justice Law & Society Studies CRIM 2123 Criminal Law CRIM 2253 Crime and Society in Historical Perspective CRIM 3223 Criminal Procedure CRIM 3243 Advanced Criminal Law CRIM 3503 Wrongful Conviction! CRIM 4403 Feminist Legal Studies Child & Youth Studies CRIM 2223 Young Offenders and Juvenile Justice CRIM 2263 Children and Youth at Risk CRIM 3803 Child and Youth Rights CRIM 4153 Advanced Studies in Youth Justice Policy Police & Security Studies CRIM 2843 Corporate Crime and Corporate Regulation CRIM 2233 Police and the Canadian Community CRIM 3513 Organized Crime CRIM 3643 Terrorism CRIM 4233 Policing, Security, and Governance Theoretical & Methodological Studies CRIM 2013 Early Criminological Theory CRIM 3013 Contemporary Criminological Theory CRIM 2103 Introduction to Qualitative Research Methods CRIM 2113 Introduction to Quantitative Research Methods CRIM 3103 Advanced Qualitative Research Methods CRIM 4113 Advanced Data Analysis CRIM 4423 Power and Control in Society Honours in Criminology Students honouring in Criminology require a total of 36 credit hours in Criminology to qualify for the Major (as outlined above, under Major in Criminology) plus an additional 21 credit hours, described below, for a total of 57 credit hours, to complete the program. Students wishing to pursue an Honours in Criminology must complete the following courses: CRIM 1013 & 1023 (or 1006), CRIM 2013, CRIM 2103, CRIM 2113, CRIM 2253, CRIM 3013, and CRIM 3103 or CRIM 4113, with a cumulative grade point average of 3.3, in the Honours/Criminology subject. [-]

Bachelor of Applied Science in Engineering: Civil

University of Windsor
Campus 4 years September 2017 Canada Windsor

As a civil engineer, you will play a critical role in designing, upgrading, and maintaining infrastructure. [+]

Top Part time Bachelors in Canada. As a civil engineer, you will play a critical role in designing, upgrading, and maintaining infrastructure. One of the broadest, most versatile engineering degrees available Involves the application of skills and technological know-how to the design, construction, implementation, renewal and sustainability challenges facing our built environment Provides participation opportunities in civil projects in construction, geotechnical, structural, municipal, transportation, hydraulic and water resource engineering Civil engineering comprises the conception, design, operation, and maintenance of buildings, railroads, waterways, bridges, harbours, tunnels, water supply and purification systems, sewage collection and treatment facilities, hydraulic structures, and waterpower developments. The Civil Engineering curriculum provides a diversity of applied course work and aids the student in selecting a major field of endeavour as well as a thorough background in the basic sciences and a broad understanding of the social sciences and humanities. The Civil Engineering program provides modern and comprehensive laboratory facilities in the following fields: Strength of Materials, Soil Mechanics, Hydraulics, Structures, Concrete, Sanitary Engineering, and Surveying. The Canadian Society for Civil Engineering has an active student section on campus. Note: The baccalaureate degree program in Civil Engineering is accredited by the Canadian Engineering Accreditation Board of the Canadian Council of Professional Engineers. Rigorous, Enriching Programs The Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering offers two separate degree programs: Civil Engineering and Environmental Engineering. Both programs are similar in many respects, but each offers its own unique strengths. If you choose to specialize in civil engineering, after rst year, you will take courses such as soil mechanics, the mechanics of deformable bodies, uid mechanics, construction management, as well as design of structures made of wood, concrete and steel. Our program is exible and provides a great variety of career opportunities, as well as the ability to pursue a minor in science or business. What You Will Take First Year In your first year, you will learn and explore subjects important to engineering, including: Forces, motions and movement Electricity and magnetism Mathematics and its applications Design and graphical communications Chemical and material interactions Technical communications Professional issues in the engineering disciplines Thermodynamics, fluids and heat transfer Admission Requirements All Engineering streams require a minimum 74% average from the top six high school courses, as well as an average of 74% between MHF4U, SCH4U, and SPH4U. MCV4U is strongly recommended. A First-class Facility Our new, $112-million Ed Lumley Centre for Engineering Innovation (CEI) rivals the technical sophistication of any postsecondary institution in Canada. The CEI was constructed to meet the highest environmental standards and to provide learning opportunities throughout the facility. FIRST AND SECOND YEAR - Common to all Civil And Environmental Engineering Programs Year 1 - Fall (Semester 1) 85-111. Engineering Mechanics I 85-133. Engineering and Design 62-140. Differential Calculus 62-126. Linear Algebra 85-118. Engineering and the Profession Year 1 - Winter (Semester 2) 85-120. Engineering Thermo fluids 62-141. Integral Calculus 64-141. Introduction to Physics II 59-110. Topics General Chemistry 85-119. Technical Communications SECOND YEAR Students must have completed at least eight (8) of their 1st year courses before being allowed to register into the 2nd year courses. Year 2 - Fall Term (Semester 3) 85-232. Engineering Software Fundamentals 85-234. Electrical and Computing Fundamentals 85-250. Engineering and the Environment 92-210. Dynamics 62-215. Vector Calculus Non-Technical Elective Year 2 - Winter Term (Semester 4) 85-218. Mechanics of Deformable Bodies 85-222. Treatment of Experimental Data 87-220. Civil Engineering Information Systems 87-219. Materials in Civil and Environmental Engineering 85-220 Numerical Analysis for Engineering (Formerly 92-222) 62-216. Differential Equations THIRD YEAR Students must have completed all the 1st year courses and at least nine (9) of their 2nd year courses before being allowed to register into the 3rd year courses. Year 3 - Fall (Semester 5) 87-351 Fluid Mechanics 87-352 Stress Analysis 87-353 Structural Analysis 87-354 Concrete Design 87-355 Geotechnical Engineering I 85-313 Engineering Economy Year 3 - Summer (Semester 6) 87-361 Masonry and Concrete Design 87-362 Finite Element For Analysis and Design 87-363 Geotechnical Engineering II 87-364 Structural Steel Design 87-365 Transportation and Traffic Engineering FOURTH YEAR Students cannot register into any of the 4th year courses until they have completed nine (9) 3rd year Civil Engineering courses and all courses from 1st and 2nd year. Year 4 - Winter (Semester 7) 87-400 Capstone Design 93-471 Water Distribution and Wastewater Collection Systems 87-471 Hydrology 87-472 Hydraulics 93-363 Water and Wastewater Treatment Non-Technical Elective Year 4 - Summer (Semester 8) 87-400 Capstone Design 87-481 Highway Design and Construction 85-421 Engineering and Society 87-482 Plan and Construction Management Technical Elective (1) Technical Elective (2) Technical Electives: 87-491 Foundation Engineering 87-492 Advanced Topics in Structural Design 87-493 Hydrological and Hydraulic Modeling 87-494 Transportation Systems Analysis 93-481 Sustainability in Engineering 93-482 Hydrogeological Engineering Career Tracks: State-of-the-art manufacturing and production Business Government Systems design/operation/building/maintenance Consulting Transportation Pollution control and prevention Advanced computing and communications Medicine and medical technology Bio-based engineering Research and development Structural design Failure analysis Construction and infrastructure renewal Scheduling and optimization Automotive industry Environmental protection Project, process and systems management Robotics and advanced electronics Power generation and distribution Excellent Student Support The Faculty of Engineering WINONE Office provides additional counselling, explains the educational requirements of your degree and gives you extra support to help you succeed. Our Undergraduate Student Advisors Program connects you with a select group of senior and intermediate engineering students who can: Assist you in understanding key concepts Advise you on how to handle tests and projects Suggest student clubs and activities Choose UWindsor At the University of Windsor, we offer 190 high-quality programs in an international setting. Equally important, you can experience a broad range of opportunities outside the classroom: Explore exchange opportunities with dozens of universities around the world. Enhance your work experience through co-op programs, internships and paid, research assistantships. Student-led organizations play a vital role on campus and in the broader community. The diversity of our students—where they are from, what they believe and how they think—will expand your mind. [-]

Bachelor Of Engineering Electromechanical Systems (December Pre-university Based Or Equivalent)

Université du Québec à Rimouski UQAR
Campus 24 months September 2017 Canada Rimouski

The Bachelor of Engineering electromechanical systems trains engineers whose main characteristic is the versatility, trained in mechanical engineering and electrical engineering. Analysis, design and production of components and systems are of a multidisciplinary approach menu. [+]

The Bachelor of Engineering electromechanical systems trains engineers whose main characteristic is the versatility, trained in mechanical engineering and electrical engineering. Analysis, design and production of components and systems are of a multidisciplinary approach menu. Training also emphasizes the consideration of ethical, social and economic engineering. This program provides access to the Ordre des ingénieurs du Québec (OIQ). Only UQAR and the Université du Québec en Abitibi-Témiscamingue (UQAT) offer this program. The Bachelor of Engineering electromechanical systems offer two training plans, determined by the student's profile. The path "based pre-university College or equivalent" is intended for: candidates who hold a college degree (DEC) University Preparation; foreign candidates. The path "basic technical diploma or equivalent" is intended for: candidates who hold a college degree (DEC) technology; eligible applicants based on their professional experience. design-oriented program The work-study profile, heavily focused on the design, allows for paid work placements where the student is truly integrated as a resident within the organization. In their first year, students are in contact with industry. As part of several ongoing projects, the partners companies submit real engineering projects to students that they will perform as part of their training. They imagine, conceive and realize a functional prototype design studio or prototyping workshop to meet the requirements of their client. Common first year to three degrees in engineering The first year is common in Bachelor of Engineering electromechanical systems, the Bachelor of Electrical Engineering and Bachelor of Mechanical Engineering. It is therefore possible to switch from one program to another during the first two quarters, without having to start classes. This is ideal for people who are not completely certain of their orientation. Internships major asset in training, internships in Bachelor of Engineering electromechanical systems prepare for the exercise of the profession, promote integration into the labor market and develop a corporate culture that employers are constantly looking. The student can be integrated as a resident in a business or be integrated with the NSERC-UQAR in Design Engineering and be supervised by professional engineers. profile work - studies This profile includes three credited and paid internships. The work-study is performed without extending the student's curriculum (3 years and 2 quarters). The courses are conducted full-time over a period ranging from four to eight months. They take place in the summer quarters of the 1st, 2nd and 3rd year. General This profile includes a credited and paid internship. The course is conducted full-time over a period ranging from four to eight months. It takes place during the summer term of 3rd year. Thus, students are free during their first two summer quarters. Employment Opportunities Areas of employment Graduates of the Bachelor of Engineering electromechanical systems are very versatile in their achievements in the fields of mechanical engineering and electrical engineering. They can design as the mechanical part of a machine that the electrical part. They are highly sought after for jobs related to the automation and manufacturing. Even some graduates get jobs of choice in the aerospace industry, telecommunications, etc. occupied professions Engineer; systems engineer; project engineer; and quality assurance engineer; Program Development Engineer; engineering designer; quality controller; etc. Continuation of graduate studies at UQAR Graduates of engineering bachelor's degrees have access to graduate from UQAR programs in the following areas: engineering; project management; people management in the workplace; oceanography; ethics. OBJECTIVES This program aims to train engineers and versatile engineers able to design, implement and analyze components and systems, according to a multidisciplinary approach, and this, emphasizing engineering design, systems integration and inclusion of ethical, social and economic aspects of engineering. The specific objectives are to enable the student or the student: In terms of knowledge: acquire and use basic knowledge in basic sciences and engineering sciences; develop and apply mathematical knowledge; develop and apply key knowledge in computer science, electronics and mechanics necessary for a versatile and interdisciplinary training; develop and apply advanced knowledge in electrical engineering and mechanical engineering; prepare for effective professional practice and responsible for the acquisition and use of knowledge in written and oral communication, management, finance and ethics; master the methods of engineering with emphasis on system dynamics and technical design; designing, implementing and analyzing the elements and the industrial systems. At the development of attitudes and abilities: develop the ability to work in teams; analyze and solve engineering problems of different levels of complexity and varied nature; develop its capacity to adapt to changing situations, rapid changes in technology and new engineering practices; an introduction to the practice of engineering through the realization of projects in collaboration with industry; develop their independent learning in order to pursue continuous personal and professional development throughout his career; integrate social values ​​into professional practice and measure the impact of technology and industrial production on man and his environment. [-]

Bachelor Of Arts And Design, Cartoon Concentration

Université Du Québec En Outaouais UQO
Campus Part time September 2017 Canada Gatineau

This program allows and encourages openness to the visual world by interaction between the mastery of formal language and its application in the different modes of expression in the visual arts, graphic design or comics. [+]

Top Part time Bachelors in Canada. The comic is an art both literary and graphic. Composed of a succession of pictures with text, it helps to tell a story real or imagined. To make a cartoon, the artist must establish the synopsis, specify the cutting action, write dialogues, create the characters and the environment in which they operate. He must also choose viewpoints, framing and layout of thumbnails, perform a first draft of the design, conduct inking, the color development and ultimately transcribe the dialogues and comments. Once published, the comic can be presented in various formats (eg. Headband, board, book, album). OBJECTIVES This program allows and encourages openness to the visual world by interaction between the mastery of formal language and its application in the different modes of expression in the visual arts, graphic design or comics. In addition, it facilitates, stimulates and encourages the student to the student or the discovery of modes of personal expression and promotes development in a gradual process of integration in different disciplines.Il also provides a structure which provides knowledge offers possibilities of experimentation and allows to walk in the creative process, from conceptualization and communication. Finally, it proposes an interdisciplinary and multidisciplinary approach to the visual arts, graphic design and comics, either: theoretical training aimed independence of thought, aesthetic knowledge and critical articulation; practical training that covers the application of formal language and mastery of expression through different mediums; and synthesis training aimed professional autonomy, the ability to establish a practical and an ability to function within established structures. [-]

BA Accounting & Finance and Law (Hons)

University of Kent, Kent Law School
Campus 4 years

This very unusual and very marketable four-year degree is recognised for professional exemption by both the accounting and legal professions. It will appeal to a number [+]

Canterbury Campus This very unusual and very marketable four-year degree is recognised for professional exemption by both the accounting and legal professions. It will appeal to a number of different sorts of student: - those intending to go for dual professional qualification - those wanting to keep their options open until they can base a career choice on serious study of both disciplines - those who have decided on a profession but want to bring to it (and to applications for professional training and for jobs) a track record of in-depth learning in a key related discipline Fitting two sets of exemptions within a four-year programme gives a varied programme which concentrates on the areas those professions identify as the key ones, but doesn't leave any room for manoeuvre on what modules you take: First Year The first year concentrates mainly on foundational accounting and economics modules: Financial Accounting 1, Economics, Computing for Business and Accounting, Quantitative Methods for Business and Accounting. You also take an introductory Business Law module. Second Year Law exemption modules are added to further accounting-related modules: Introduction to Obligations*, Foundations of Property*, Public Law I*, Financial Accounting 2 and Strategic Management. Third Year A similar balance to the second year: The Law of Obligations*, Public Law II*, European Union Law*, Principles of Finance, Management Accounting. Fourth Year The three remaining law exemptions - Criminal Law*, Equity*, Land Law* - and your final accounting module either Management Accounting 2 or Business Finances, leaving a 30 credit option. *required for professional recognition [-]

B.Sc/BA. Mathematics

Nipissing University
Campus 4 years September 2017 Canada Ontario

The four-year (Honours) degree has three different streams: Pure Mathematics, Applied Mathematics, or (Non-specialized) Mathematics. [+]

Top Part time Bachelors in Canada. B.Sc/BA. Mathematics Mathematics can be applied to multiple disciplines, and open up a wide array of opportunities to you as a graduate. The four-year (Honours) degree has three different streams: Pure Mathematics, Applied Mathematics, or (Non-specialized) Mathematics. Our professors are committed to the success of their students and have developed a Math Drop-in Centre for those who want to receive (or give) assistance with math problem-solving. As an undergraduate Mathematics student you will have the advantage of participating in research that is typically reserved for graduate students. As a student of Nipissing's Mathematics program, you will complete one or more courses in Calculus, Linear Algebra, Discrete Mathematics and Probability and Statistics within your first year of study. These courses will ensure that you gain a solid foundation of Mathematics. In the Honours programs, you can choose a Pure Mathematics stream, an Applied Mathematics stream or a Non-specialized stream. These choices allow you to tailor your degree to your particular career interests and strengths. Our Honours programs have a strong emphasis on research, which provides a tremendous opportunity for our students. Under the direct supervision of one or two faculty members, all Honours students complete research in their third or fourth year. Research ​All full-time members of the Department of Computer Science and Mathematics are actively involved in high-caliber research projects. The fundamental, productive research of our department members is recognized nationally and internationally. Currently, six members of the Department of Computer Science and Mathematics hold NSERC grants. This gives our undergraduate students an excellent opportunity to participate in a cutting-edge research in the form of senior undergraduate research projects and USRA's (summer research fellowships). In Mathematics, the following areas of research are especially active: Topology is a study of very far reaching generalization of geometric properties of objects, invariant under special types of deformations. Topological methods are widely used in functional analysis, differential equations, algebra, and other areas of mathematic. The following topics are of particular interest for the members of the department: dimension theory (classical, cohomological, extension, and asymptotic dimensions; infinite-dimensional spaces), selections, continuum theory, dynamical systems. More information about research in Topology can be found at Topology Research Group website. Computational Geometry is focused on algorithms and data structures that deal with geometric problems, and their implementations. Optimal triangulations, reconstruction of polygons based on visibility data, and computing kernels of orthogonal polygons are among the recent topics. Algorithmic Graph Theory is focused on study of the combinatorial properties of certain graph classes and design of algorithms for efficient solution of generally hard computational problems on these graph classes. Hamiltonicity, longest paths, vertex separation, structural indices and colourability are among the recent topics. Industrial Mathematics research is focused on techniques and approaches for optimization. Recent example is the study of optimal bus scheduling using geometric approaches, density models and multi-objective evaluation. [-]

Bachelor of Business Administration

University of Regina
Campus Part time January 2017 Canada Regina

The Bachelor of Business Administration program is designed to prepare students for effective careers in the management of private and non-profit organizations in Canada and around the world. The curriculum helps students develop the conceptual, human, technical and operational knowledge and skills that are critical for success. [+]

Bachelor of Business Administration The Bachelor of Business Administration program is designed to prepare students for effective careers in the management of private and non-profit organizations in Canada and around the world. The curriculum helps students develop the conceptual, human, technical and operational knowledge and skills that are critical for success. A Bachelor of Business Administration degree (BBA) can lead to careers in accounting, entrepreneurship, finance, general management, human resource management, international business, and marketing. Armed with a thorough knowledge of business principles and practice, graduates have gone on to pursue careers as accountants, financial analysts, policy analysts, corporate executives, civil servants, independent entrepreneurs, marketing managers, human resource managers and much much more. The BBA program begins with one year of qualifying courses. Students enter through admission in the Excellence Program and become Year One BBA students or complete a qualifying year in the Faculty of Business Administration before being internally transferred into the BBA program. Over the past five years, for example, the number of international students studying at the University of Regina has grown by 77%, helping make our campus more diverse than at any time in our history. Students from more than 66 countries now call our University home, enriching the student experience by bringing global perspectives to our campus community. At the same time, more than 800 domestic students have taken advantage of study abroad opportunities to broaden their education in other countries and further develop into “citizens of the world.” All of these students attend the University of Regina because of the quality of our academic programs, and they come here knowing that a comprehensive program of support is available to them through our UR International office. UR International is deeply committed to student success offering academic, social, life skills, and language services that help provide students with the tools they need to make the most of their University of Regina education. High ranking: One of Canada’s top 10 comprehensive universities. Support is our strength: From the moment we meet you and your family, until the moment you find employment after graduation, we provide personalized services to encourage and assist in your academic and career needs. State of the art facilities: Come and discover our new campus. It is modern, clean and convenient. The U of R is a global community: We are large enough to host students from over 90 countries, yet small enough to give you a more personalized and focused academic experience. You can get to know your professors and faculty members. The student to faculty ratio is 20:1.We Also have many associations that you can get involved with. Check it out! Success for life: Regina is your home away from home! It is safe, affordable and provides a high standard of living. Saskatchewan has an immigration nomination program that is faster than national program and is open to University of Regina graduates. [-]

Bachelor of Communication, Media and Film

University of Calgary
Campus September 2017 Canada Calgary

The Department of Communication, Media, and Film Studies hosts programs in Communications Studies and Film Studies. First-year students in all degree programs offered by the Department of Communication, Media, and Film Studies are encouraged to explore courses in a variety of areas. It is recommended that a first-year program include at least two of the... [+]

Top Part time Bachelors in Canada. The Department of Communication, Media, and Film Studies hosts programs in Communications Studies and Film Studies. First-year students in all degree programs offered by the Department of Communication, Media, and Film Studies are encouraged to explore courses in a variety of areas. It is recommended that a first-year program include at least two of the following: Communications Studies 201 Communications Studies 203 Film 201 In addition, students should also select at least 6 units (1.0 full-course equivalent) from the Faculty of Arts. Degree programs offered by the Department of Communication, Media, and Film Studies may include senior-level courses offered by other Departments either as core requirements or as options. It is therefore useful to take first-year courses from a variety of other areas. In addition, students should normally select 6 units (1.0 full-course equivalent) from the Faculty of Science. Communication Studies Communications Studies explores the ways in which communication constructs and reflects society and culture. The program emphasizes three interrelated areas of communication: 1) Media and Popular Culture: the theory, criticism and history of communication through traditional media, new media, and popular culture; 2) Rhetorical Communication: the theory, critique and production of informative, persuasive and professional discourse in public and organizational contexts; and 3) Science and Communication: discourses and processes of communication in relation to health, science and technology. The program aims to educate flexible and articulate analysts, researchers and practitioners for a wide range of academic, public and professional contexts. It provides graduates with the knowledge, skill and discernment to communicate ideas effectively and to investigate communication in and across a variety of media including speech, writing, television, film, radio, digital media and interactive entertainment, the Internet, and wireless networks. Our co-operative education and experiential learning opportunities enable students to develop and apply their skills in non-academic contexts. Film Studies Film Studies will help prepare students for careers in the areas of film, video and new media in addition to further graduate study. While not specifically a professional program, these degrees allow students to develop an interdisciplinary appreciation of cinema as a popular medium of communications. In addition to developing a critical understanding of cinema, students will consider film as an art form, as a cultural industry, and as an innovative and developing technology with cultural, social and political significance. Students registered in the Film Studies Major program have the option of pursuing a Bachelor of Arts program in film or a Bachelor of Film Studies degree (BFS) offered in conjunction with SAIT Polytechnic. The BA program is intended to provide an awareness of the cultural, historical and social character of film. The BFS degree program combines an appreciation of critical and theoretical approaches to film with professional-level production skills and credentials. [-]