A new course offered at Dalhoughies University in Canada aims to teach “academic” courses to students, such as “Academic Essentials”, “Basic and Applied Math”, “Academics”, and “Modern and Contemporary Issues”.
In addition to being designed as a “academics course”, the course is aimed at “high school students who wish to pursue a more academic, scientific or social studies major”.
This “accelerates the completion of high school and college programs” and is intended to “improve student academic outcomes and skills”.
The course was developed by the Dalhosbian Society and is titled “Academy Skills for Academics”.
A description on the course’s Facebook page states: The aim of this course is to introduce students to the skills of academics in the field of modern and contemporary issues.
Topics covered include: The intersection of social justice, social and economic justice, and environmental sustainability; political economy; the environment; and politics and policy.
The course is intended for students who are currently enrolled in a higher education program.
The class will consist of eight credits.
Students will be given the opportunity to explore their academic interests by taking courses in the topics, and to develop their own personal interests through participation in academic events.
The courses will include one course that is based on a course in the philosophy of economics, and another that is an elective course that will focus on issues of social and environmental justice.
The classes will begin in the fall of 2018, and students will be offered the option to retake them for a full year.
This is not the first time that Dalhoupies has offered an academic course at its university.
Earlier this year, Dalhoney’s university offered a course that offered a mix of social studies and science courses, but the courses were offered online and not as part of a formal curriculum.
As part of the program, the students will also be able to apply to have the course offered in their campus.
In an email to Dalhows student newspaper, the university stated: This program was created specifically to enable our students to pursue an academic degree, and we will provide the students with the tools and resources they need to achieve this goal.
This program is designed to enable students to gain critical thinking skills, develop their interests and create their future career.
As with all academic programs, there will be academic requirements that students must meet in order to participate.
Students must pass an exam to graduate and graduate to the University of Manitoba.
Students can enroll in the academic course online, but students must apply for a spot in the course through the Dalhs student organization.