Cours à thèmes choisis

Printemps / Été 2021 Automne 2021 Hiver 2022
DVM 4330 A ECO 2199 A ECO 4199 B
ECO 2199 A ECO 4199 A ECO 4199 C
FSS 3301 DP FSS 3302 A FSS 3302 B
FSS 4301 DP PSY 4791 A FSS 3701 DP
SCS 4100 A SCS 4100 B  
SCS 4500 A    
Printemps / Été 2021

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DVM 4330 A - Special Research Topics: Education through Global Engagement (3 units)

Research project in international development and globalization under the supervision of a professor.

Schedule: from May 3 to June 12, 2021

Course Component: Seminar

Prerequisite: 54 university units. Reserved for students registered in the Baccalaureate with Honours in International Development and Globalization.

 

 

ECO 2199 Special Topics I: Economic Policy in Canada (3 units)

Study of selected economic topics. Contents may change from year to year. May be repeated for units.

Schedule: June 21 to July 30, 2021 (Monday and Wednesday from 5:30 p.m. to 8:20 p.m.)

Course Component: Lecture

Prerequisites: ECO1102, ECO1104.

 

 

FSS 3301 Specialized Workshop in Social Sciences I: Fiscal Forecasts and Fiscal Policy Making (1 unit)

Intensive workshop allowing for the acquisition of a specific skill or knowledge related to Social Sciences. Themes will vary. Course may be repeated if theme is different. Grading will be on a S (satisfactory) or NS (non satisfactory) basis.

Schedule: June 21 to 25 (daily,10 a.m. to 12:15 p.m.)

Course Component: Lecture

Course description

In this course you will learn the basic concepts for economic and fiscal forecasting.  You will learn how these forecasts are used by governments to develop policies and change approaches.  Through hands-on simulations, you will learn how account for the risks associated with a forecast and how changes in economic conditions and the external financial environment can affect forecasts and ultimately, government policies.  This course aims to enhance your understanding of fiscal concepts, fiscal policies, government budget plans and the difficult policy trade-offs that every government faces.  Working knowledge of Excel is an asset.

Prerequisite: 24 university course units.

 

 

FSS 4301 Specialized Workshop in Social Sciences I: Value for Money (1 unit)

Intensive workshop allowing for the acquisition of a specific skill or knowledge related to Social Sciences. Themes will vary. Course may be repeated if theme is different. Grading will be on a S (satisfactory) or NS (non satisfactory) basis.

Schedule: August 23 to 27 (daily, 10 a.m. to 12:15 p.m.)

Course Component: Lecture

Course description

Value-for-money is at the core of a well-functioning expenditure management system.  But, how is value defined?  How can effectiveness and efficiency be balanced with public interest?  In this microcourse, you will learn principles and tools for framing and understanding value, performance measurement and budgeting.  You will apply these concepts to case studies based on actual events, exploring how evidence and data are required to assess performance toward the realization of value for money.

Prerequisite: 24 university course units.

 

 

SCS 4100 Selected Topics III: Anti-racist Activism in University Settings (3 units)

Development of a selected issue for Social Sciences. Presentations and discussions on a particular topic.

Schedule: May 3 to June 12 (Tuesday and Thursday from 4 p.m. to 6:50 p.m.)

Course Component: Lecture

Course description

This course will give students the chance to learn about anti-racist theories, to situate the role of academia in both reproducing and dismantling racism and to reflect on their own experiences in anti-racists actions.

Prerequisite: 54 university units.

 

 

SCS 4500 Thèmes choisis III: Activisme anti-racisme en contexte universitaire (3 crédits)

Développement d'une problématique choisie en sciences sociales. Présentations et discussions portant sur un thème particulier.

Horaire: 3 mai au 12 juin (mardi et jeudi de 16 h à 18 h 50)

Volet : Cours magistral

Description du cours

Ce cours permettra de théoriser l’activisme anti-raciste, de situer le monde universitaire dans la reproduction et la transformation du racisme et, aussi, vous permettra de réfléchir à partir de votre propre expérience en actions anti-racistes.

Préalable: 54 crédits universitaires.

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