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Can anyone tell me if Accounting (course code: BAT4M) is qualified as the non-math, non-science, and non-tech course for the program? Is there anyone accepted by the program with Accounting? Or could you let me know what your top 6 courses are? Thank you so much!
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I was also wondering this, does science mean the usual bio/chem/physics, or does it include comp. sci. and kinesiology(which is under the physical education category). Also, no technology coures means tech courses such as construction, manufacturing, hospitality/tourism, or does it extend to anything with technology in it like computer sciences? (i realize these may be a pretty stupid questions but i just want to know in exact details),
Is it just English, history/law, geography, arts courses that they want us to go for?

Thank you
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You can use accounting as a nonmath, nonsci, nontech.

Science course = course code begins with S
Math course = course code begins with M
Tech course = course code begins with T

I used econ and adv functions to fill out my top 6 for Mac health sci (along with English, calc, bio and chem).
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@inthemaking wrote
You can use accounting as a nonmath, nonsci, nontech.

Science course = course code begins with S
Math course = course code begins with M
Tech course = course code begins with T

I used econ and adv functions to fill out my top 6 for Mac health sci (along with English, calc, bio and chem).



So would a course with the course code IDC 4U9 qualify for the non science, math, or tech course?
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@GaganS wrote

@inthemaking wrote
You can use accounting as a nonmath, nonsci, nontech.

Science course = course code begins with S
Math course = course code begins with M
Tech course = course code begins with T

I used econ and adv functions to fill out my top 6 for Mac health sci (along with English, calc, bio and chem).



So would a course with the course code IDC 4U9 qualify for the non science, math, or tech course?



I'm not familiar with that course, what is it? But it doesn't sound like a science/math course and unless it's info tech, then it would suffice.
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Would ICS4U count as the 5th credit since it doesn't start with a "T"?
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@inthemaking wrote

@GaganS wrote

@inthemaking wrote
You can use accounting as a nonmath, nonsci, nontech.

Science course = course code begins with S
Math course = course code begins with M
Tech course = course code begins with T

I used econ and adv functions to fill out my top 6 for Mac health sci (along with English, calc, bio and chem).



So would a course with the course code IDC 4U9 qualify for the non science, math, or tech course?



I'm not familiar with that course, what is it? But it doesn't sound like a science/math course and unless it's info tech, then it would suffice.



It's called yearbook, and it's basically a mark booster course. The IDC stands for Interdisciplinary Studies Course. I'm pretty sure it's not a tech course. But I just wanted to make sure :D

here's a link to the course booklet:

If you scroll down to Interdisciplinary Studies you'll find it.

:D

http://www.peel.edu.on.ca/student/Files/Index_main/CourseCalendar2007/25_Rick_Hansen_2007_web.pdf

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@RamanS wrote

@inthemaking wrote

@GaganS wrote

@inthemaking wrote
You can use accounting as a nonmath, nonsci, nontech.

Science course = course code begins with S
Math course = course code begins with M
Tech course = course code begins with T

I used econ and adv functions to fill out my top 6 for Mac health sci (along with English, calc, bio and chem).



So would a course with the course code IDC 4U9 qualify for the non science, math, or tech course?



I'm not familiar with that course, what is it? But it doesn't sound like a science/math course and unless it's info tech, then it would suffice.



It's called yearbook, and it's basically a mark booster course. The IDC stands for Interdisciplinary Studies Course. I'm pretty sure it's not a tech course. But I just wanted to make sure :D

here's a link to the course booklet:

If you scroll down to Interdisciplinary Studies you'll find it.

:D

http://www.peel.edu.on.ca/student/Files/Index_main/CourseCalendar2007/25_Rick_Hansen_2007_web.pdf





Yearbook is definitely a non-math/sci/tech course
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@futuredoc wrote

@RamanS wrote

@inthemaking wrote

@GaganS wrote

@inthemaking wrote
You can use accounting as a nonmath, nonsci, nontech.

Science course = course code begins with S
Math course = course code begins with M
Tech course = course code begins with T

I used econ and adv functions to fill out my top 6 for Mac health sci (along with English, calc, bio and chem).



So would a course with the course code IDC 4U9 qualify for the non science, math, or tech course?



I'm not familiar with that course, what is it? But it doesn't sound like a science/math course and unless it's info tech, then it would suffice.



It's called yearbook, and it's basically a mark booster course. The IDC stands for Interdisciplinary Studies Course. I'm pretty sure it's not a tech course. But I just wanted to make sure :D

here's a link to the course booklet:

If you scroll down to Interdisciplinary Studies you'll find it.

:D

http://www.peel.edu.on.ca/student/Files/Index_main/CourseCalendar2007/25_Rick_Hansen_2007_web.pdf





Yearbook is definitely a non-math/sci/tech course




Okay, thanks a lot!

I really appreciate it!
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^np :)
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