Humanities+ Courses

Description: This course comprises a series of future-skills workshops where students receive digital skills training relevant to the labour market. Possible topics include Excel, data analytics and visualization, coding, and user design experience. By the end of this course, students will be able to apply newly acquired digital skills to specific workplace activities. This course is marked on a pass/fail basis.

Notes:
  • This course is marked on a pass/fail basis.

Description: This course comprises a series of future-skills workshops where students receive professional skills training relevant to the labour market. Possible topics include business financials, business writing, networking, design thinking, project management, and presentation skills. By the end of this course, students will be able to apply newly acquired professional skills to specific workplace activities.

Notes:
  • This course is marked on a pass/fail basis.

Description: This course comprises a series of future-skills workshops where students receive professional skills training relevant to the labour market. Possible topics include business financials, business writing, networking, design thinking, project management, and presentation skills. By the end of this course, students will be able to apply newly acquired professional skills to specific workplace activities.

Notes:
  • This course is marked on a pass/fail basis.

Prerequisite/Corequisite: The following courses must be completed previously: SKIL 401, SKIL 402, SKIL 403.

Description: This course involves completing a work-integrated learning experience directly related to students’ skill development. Students are provided guidance and support in preparing for the work-integrated learning experience and identifying a relevant opportunity. The placement coordinator monitors the student during the experience and formally evaluates them, with input from the employer. Students are paid for the work performed.

Notes:
  • This course is marked on a pass/fail basis.

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