Department of Music

BACHELOR (LICENSE) MUSIC (B MUS)

Goal

Over 3 years, 96 credits This program combines general education and practical training. Required courses include courses in music history, ear training and analysis and writing. Through individual or group lessons, you will develop your skills and gain interprets an excellent knowledge of technique and instrument specific to your directory. In addition to optional courses, determined by the course of your choice, up to 15 course credits from another faculty in one or more complementary disciplines.

Several choices are available to acquire training in classical music, jazz and popular music or digital audio realization.

Abilities

A passion for the world of music. Love to play an instrument, write music and read. Loving perform musical arrangements. Love the stage and the contact with the public. Package and enjoy working flexible hours. Demonstrate versatility and autonomy. Be creative and have a sense of rhythm. Be persistent, highly motivated and have a great capacity for work.

Opportunity

Your Bachelor of Music will give you the necessary background to undertake a creative career in music performance or music accompaniment. You can then direct you to the kind of practice that most interests you: to become a soloist or join a group or an orchestra. You can also transmit your knowledge by teaching music in different environments.

Professions

Accompanist or musician in small ensembles

Animator

Arranger

Librarian

Cultural commentator

Composer

Music librarian

Performer (classical music or jazz and popular music)

Organizer of cultural activities

Researcher

Auditor journals

Music writing secretary

 

Employers

Libraries

Private schools

Chamber music ensembles

Jazz ensembles or popular music

Private and public institutions

Media

Symphony orchestras

Journals and newspapers

Universities

CONTINUATION OF STUDIES FOR GRADUATE

This leads to bachelor graduate studies, including composition, musicology, interpretation and instrumental teaching.

CONDITIONS OF ADMISSION

All requirements must be met when undertaking the program.

The applicant must meet the following conditions:

Be 18 years or older.

Hold a high school diploma (Bac II) or its equivalent.

Having left school early.

Applicants presenting a combination of education and relevant experience deemed equivalent to that required of the holder applicant may be eligible as a result of the analysis of the file.

The program is limited enrollment, the number of places is very limited.

Selection criteria

The application is analyzed on the basis of the quality of academic record.

Laptop

In undertaking its program, the student must acquire, from the first session, a portable computer equipped with a number of software, allowing the applicant to undertake the course of his research. Proficiency in basic computer functions and common software is essential. Introductory courses to specialized software are offered outside the program.

Knowledge of French

The student admitted to the EA must comply with the provisions relating to the application of the Policy on the use of French at the University GOC.

Non-francophone candidate

The candidate whose language of instruction in primary and secondary education is not the French must demonstrate a minimum level of knowledge of the French language. To this end, it must pass the International French Test (TFI) from within a network Educational Testing Service (ETS) at the time of filing the application and obtain a minimum result of 860/990. His skills in written French will be assessed on arrival and, where applicable, a patch French courses could be added to its program.

PROGRAM STRUCTURE*

GRADE

Bachelor (Licence) in Music (MUS B.)

*This page presents the official version of the program. The University G.O.C. reserves the right to change the content without notice.

EHE – studies off-campus

EHE1EMU Studies – International profile – Bachelor of Music Education

EHE1MUS Studies – International profile – Bachelor of Music

EHE6MUS Studies – International profile – Master of Music

MUS – Music

MUS-1021 History of Western popular music I

MUS-1022 History of Western popular music II

MUS-1050 chamber music

MUS-1051 Baroque Music Workshop

MUS-1052 Contemporary Music Workshop

MUS-1520 music documentary Training

MUS-1560 Music industry

MUS-1620 Teaching Internship in Music at the Preschool and Elementary I

MUS-1621 Teaching Internship in Music at the Preschool and Elementary I

MUS-1630 Teaching Internship in music in high school I

MUS-1631 Teaching Internship in music in high school I

MUS-1707 Masterpieces of music history

MUS-1708 Introduction to latin music

MUS-1712 History of film music

MUS-1713 Masterpieces of music for orchestra

MUS-1715 music in the history of Discovery

MUS-2000 History of Music I

MUS-2001 History of Music II

MUS-2002 History of Music III

MUS-2003 History of Music IV

MUS-2010 Music to Image: Theory and Analysis

MUS-2011 Music to Image: design and practice

MUS-2012 Interactive Music

MUS-2201 popular music analysis

MUS-2611 Education and Management of the Music Department

MUS-2620 Teaching Internship in music at preschool and elementary III

MUS-2621 Teaching Internship in music at preschool and elementary II

MUS-2630 teaching music in secondary Internship II

MUS-2631 teaching music in secondary Internship II

MUS-2632 Teaching Internship in music in high school III

MUS-2750 Internship popular jazz music

I MUS-3020 Popular Music

MUS-3021 Popular Music II

MUS-3022 Popular Music III

MUS-3023 Popular Music IV

MUS-3612 music Evaluation of Learning

MUS-3620 Teaching Internship in music at preschool and elementary III

MUS-3621 Teaching Internship in music at preschool and elementary IV

MUS-3622 Teaching Internship in music at preschool and elementary IV

MUS-3630 Teaching Internship in Music Secondary IV

MUS-3631 Teaching Internship in music in high school III

MUS-363 Teaching Internship in Music Secondary IV

MUS-3700 music Career Management

MUS-6009 Chamber I of accompaniment music

MUS-6010 Chamber II accompaniment music

MUS-6011 accompaniment Chamber Music III

MUS-6012 accompaniment Chamber Music IV (test)

Music Tracking Program – (96 credits)

Music Credits (34 credits)

MUS-1503:  Ear Training I (2 credits)

Description

Rhythmic synthesis. Melodic dictation and excerpts from the musical repertoire solfeggios different times, without borrowing or modulation. Dictated in two voices: parallel and oblique movements. Dictated harmonics including the reversal of the dominant seventh without borrowing or modulation.

MUS-1520: music documentary Training (1 credit)

Description

This course provides the means to identify, evaluate and use the documentation specialized in the field of music, and as much paper and electronic form. It also shows how to research and present the results according to recognized standards.

MUS-1010: Introduction to Digital Audio and visual design (2 credits)

Description

This course enables students to acquire basic knowledge in audio and video production computer by performing a series of small practical projects that make him discover software combining sound and image. Online workshops allow him to initiate, for example, mixing, editing audio or video, to the dissemination of its own productions and collective work through the Internet. At the end of the course, the student has acquired sufficient notions to his personal computer a useful base station digital audiovisual production of his works.

MUS-1504: Ear Training II (2 credits)

Description

Melodic dictation and excerpts from the musical repertoire solfeggios different times, with loans to neighboring tones. Dictated in two voices: the four movements. Harmonic dictation with loans to neighboring tones.

MUS-2003:  History of Music IV (2 credits)

Description

Study the history of Western music from 1900 to today, and its relationship with society, the arts, literature and ideas.
RULE 1-3 CREDITS

The following courses are repeatable, that is to say, they can be tracked more than once with accumulated credits earned.

MUS-1540: Choral singing (1 credit)

Description

This course aims to give students practical training of ensemble music. There is repeated demands and the effective work discipline in professional sets of the same type. The directory is chosen for its educational and aesthetic value, taking into account the general level of participants. This course is repeatable.

MUS-1541: Vocal Jazz (1 credit)

Description

This course aims to give students practical training of ensemble music. There is repeated demands and the effective work discipline in professional sets of the same type. The directory is chosen for its educational and aesthetic value, taking into account the general level of participants. This course is repeatable.

MUS-1542: Orchestra (1 credit)

Description

This course aims to give students practical training of ensemble music. There is repeated demands and the effective work discipline in professional sets of the same type. The directory is chosen for its educational and aesthetic value, taking into account the general level of participants. This course is repeatable.

MUS-1543: Wind Orchestra (1 credit)

Description

This course aims to give students practical training of ensemble music. There is repeated demands and the effective work discipline in professional sets of the same type. The directory is chosen for its educational and aesthetic value, taking into account the general level of participants. This course is repeatable.

MUS-1544: Internship band (1 credit)

Description

This course aims to give students practical training of ensemble music. There is repeated demands and the effective work discipline in professional sets of the same type. The directory is chosen for its educational and aesthetic value, taking into account the general level of participants. This course is repeatable.
RULE 2-3 CREDITS

 

The following courses are repeatable, that is to say, they can be tracked more than once with accumulated credits earned.

MUS-1540: Choral singing (1 credit)

Description

This course aims to give students practical training of ensemble music. There is repeated demands and the effective work discipline in professional sets of the same type. The directory is chosen for its educational and aesthetic value, taking into account the general level of participants. This course is repeatable.

MUS-1541: Vocal Jazz (1 credit)

Description

This course aims to give students practical training of ensemble music. There is repeated demands and the effective work discipline in professional sets of the same type. The directory is chosen for its educational and aesthetic value, taking into account the general level of participants. This course is repeatable.

MUS-1542: Orchestra (1 credit)

Description

This course aims to give students practical training of ensemble music. There is repeated demands and the effective work discipline in professional sets of the same type. The directory is chosen for its educational and aesthetic value, taking into account the general level of participants. This course is repeatable.

MUS-1543: Wind Orchestra (1 credit)

Description

This course aims to give students practical training of ensemble music. There is repeated demands and the effective work discipline in professional sets of the same type. The directory is chosen for its educational and aesthetic value, taking into account the general level of participants. This course is repeatable.

MUS-1544: Internship band (1 credit)

Description

This course aims to give students practical training of ensemble music. There is repeated demands and the effective work discipline in professional sets of the same type. The directory is chosen for its educational and aesthetic value, taking into account the general level of participants. This course is repeatable.

MUS-1545: Accompaniment (1 credit)

Description

This course aims to give students practical training of ensemble music. There is repeated demands and the effective work discipline in professional sets of the same type. The directory is chosen for its educational and aesthetic value, taking into account the general level of participants. This course is repeatable.

MUS-1546: Opera Workshop A (1 credit)

Description

This course aims to give students practical training of ensemble music. There is repeated demands and the effective work discipline in professional sets of the same type. The directory is chosen for its educational and aesthetic value, taking into account the general level of participants. This course is repeatable.

MUS-1547: Opera Studio B (2 credits)

Description

This course aims to give students practical training of ensemble music. There is repeated demands and the effective work discipline in professional sets of the same type. The directory is chosen for its educational and aesthetic value, taking into account the general level of participants. This course is repeatable.

MUS-1548: Set of guitars (1 credit)

Description

This course aims to give students practical training of ensemble music. There is repeated demands and the effective work discipline in professional sets of the same type. The directory is chosen for its educational and aesthetic value, taking into account the general level of participants. This course is repeatable.
RULE 3-18 CREDITS

The following courses are repeatable, that is to say, they can be tracked more than once with accumulated credits earned.

MUS-2150: Piano (Main) (3 credits)

Description

The course aims to develop instrumental skills, musical expression, sight reading and knowledge of the own repertoire of the instrument. By working the review program, the student integrates the historical and theoretical knowledge of the works he interprets. The educational package includes: individual lessons and group work with a guide, if applicable, and hearing works. The regulation of instrumental studies is contained in an internal management document to which the student may wish to refer.

MUS-2151: Organ (Main) (3 credits)

Description

This course is for students admitted to the bachelor’s degree in music education or regular path of Bachelor of Music. The regulation of instrumental studies is contained in an internal management document to which the student may wish to refer. This course is repeatable, that is to say, it can be taken more than once with accumulated credits earned.

MUS-2152: Harpsichord (main) (3 credits)

Description

This course is for students admitted to the bachelor’s degree in music education or regular path of Bachelor of Music. The regulation of instrumental studies is contained in an internal management document to which the student may wish to refer. This course is repeatable, that is to say, it can be taken more than once with accumulated credits earned.

MUS-2153: Guitar (Main) (3 credits)

Description

This course is for students admitted to the bachelor’s degree in music education or regular path of Bachelor of Music. The regulation of instrumental studies is contained in an internal management document to which the student may wish to refer. This course is repeatable, that is to say, it can be taken more than once with accumulated credits earned.

MUS-2154: Voice (Main) (3 credits)

Description

This course is for students admitted to the bachelor’s degree in music education or regular path of Bachelor of Music. The regulation of instrumental studies is contained in an internal management document to which the student may wish to refer. This course is repeatable, that is to say, it can be taken more than once with accumulated credits earned.

MUS-2155: Violin (Main) (3 credits)

Description

This course is for students admitted to the bachelor’s degree in music education or regular path of Bachelor of Music. The regulation of instrumental studies is contained in an internal management document to which the student may wish to refer. This course is repeatable, that is to say, it can be taken more than once with accumulated credits earned.

MUS-2156: Alto (main) (3 credits)

Description

This course is for students admitted to the bachelor’s degree in music education or regular path of Bachelor of Music. The regulation of instrumental studies is contained in an internal management document to which the student may wish to refer. This course is repeatable, that is to say, it can be taken more than once with accumulated credits earned.

MUS-2157: Cello (Main) (3 credits)

Description

This course is for students admitted to the bachelor’s degree in music education or regular path of Bachelor of Music. The regulation of instrumental studies is contained in an internal management document to which the student may wish to refer. This course is repeatable, that is to say, it can be taken more than once with accumulated credits earned.

MUS-2158: Double bass (Main) (3 credits)

Description

This course is for students admitted to the bachelor’s degree in music education or regular path of Bachelor of Music. The regulation of instrumental studies is contained in an internal management document to which the student may wish to refer. This course is repeatable, that is to say, it can be taken more than once with accumulated credits earned.

MUS-2159: Flute (main) (3 credits)

Description

This course is for students admitted to the bachelor’s degree in music education or regular path of Bachelor of Music. The regulation of instrumental studies is contained in an internal management document to which the student may wish to refer. This course is repeatable, that is to say, it can be taken more than once with accumulated credits earned.

MUS-2160: Oboe (main) (3 credits)

Description

This course is for students admitted to the bachelor’s degree in music education or regular path of Bachelor of Music. The regulation of instrumental studies is contained in an internal management document to which the student may wish to refer. This course is repeatable, that is to say, it can be taken more than once with accumulated credits earned.

MUS-2161: Clarinet (main) (3 credits)

Description

This course is for students admitted to the bachelor’s degree in music education or regular path of Bachelor of Music. The regulation of instrumental studies is contained in an internal management document to which the student may wish to refer. This course is repeatable, that is to say, it can be taken more than once with accumulated credits earned.

MUS-2162: Saxophone (Main) (3 credits)

Description

This course is for students admitted to the bachelor’s degree in music education or regular path of Bachelor of Music. The regulation of instrumental studies is contained in an internal management document to which the student may wish to refer. This course is repeatable, that is to say, it can be taken more than once with accumulated credits earned.

MUS-2163: Basson (main) (3 credits)

Description

This course is for students admitted to the bachelor’s degree in music education or regular path of Bachelor of Music. The regulation of instrumental studies is contained in an internal management document to which the student may wish to refer. This course is repeatable, that is to say, it can be taken more than once with accumulated credits earned.

MUS-2164: Trumpet (Main) (3 credits)

Description

This course is for students admitted to the bachelor’s degree in music education or regular path of Bachelor of Music. The regulation of instrumental studies is contained in an internal management document to which the student may wish to refer. This course is repeatable, that is to say, it can be taken more than once with accumulated credits earned.

MUS-2165: Horn (Principal) (3 credits)

Description

This course is for students admitted to the bachelor’s degree in music education or regular path of Bachelor of Music. The regulation of instrumental studies is contained in an internal management document to which the student may wish to refer. This course is repeatable, that is to say, it can be taken more than once with accumulated credits earned.

MUS-2166: Trombone (main) (3 credits)

Description

This course is for students admitted to the bachelor’s degree in music education or regular path of Bachelor of Music. The regulation of instrumental studies is contained in an internal management document to which the student may wish to refer. This course is repeatable, that is to say, it can be taken more than once with accumulated credits earned.

MUS-2167: Euphonium (Main) (3 credits)

Description

This course is for students admitted to the bachelor’s degree in music education or regular path of Bachelor of Music. The regulation of instrumental studies is contained in an internal management document to which the student may wish to refer. This course is repeatable, that is to say, it can be taken more than once with accumulated credits earned.

MUS-2168: Tuba (main) (3 credits)

Description

This course is for students admitted to the bachelor’s degree in music education or regular path of Bachelor of Music. The regulation of instrumental studies is contained in an internal management document to which the student may wish to refer. This course is repeatable, that is to say, it can be taken more than once with accumulated credits earned.

MUS-2169: Percussion (main) (3 credits)

Description

This course is for students admitted to the bachelor’s degree in music education or regular path of Bachelor of Music. The regulation of instrumental studies is contained in an internal management document to which the student may wish to refer. This course is repeatable, that is to say, it can be taken more than once with accumulated credits earned.

MUS-2170: Harp (Main) (3 credits)

Description

This course is for students admitted to the bachelor’s degree in music education or regular path of Bachelor of Music. The regulation of instrumental studies is contained in an internal management document to which the student may wish to refer. This course is repeatable, that is to say, it can be taken more than once with accumulated credits earned.

MUS-2171: Jazz Piano (Main) (3 credits)

Description

This course is for students admitted to the bachelor’s degree in music education or regular path of Bachelor of Music. The regulation of instrumental studies is contained in an internal management document to which the student may wish to refer. This course is repeatable, that is to say, it can be taken more than once with accumulated credits earned.

MUS-2172: Jazz Vocals (main) (3 credits)

Description

This course is for students admitted to the bachelor’s degree in music education or regular path of Bachelor of Music. The regulation of instrumental studies is contained in an internal management document to which the student may wish to refer. This course is repeatable, that is to say, it can be taken more than once with accumulated credits earned.

MUS-2173: Jazz guitar (Main) (3 credits)

Description

This course is for students admitted to the bachelor’s degree in music education or regular path of Bachelor of Music. The regulation of instrumental studies is contained in an internal management document to which the student may wish to refer. This course is repeatable, that is to say, it can be taken more than once with accumulated credits earned.

MUS-2174: jazz bass (Main) (3 credits)

Description

This course is for students admitted to the bachelor’s degree in music education or regular path of Bachelor of Music. The regulation of instrumental studies is contained in an internal management document to which the student may wish to refer. This course is repeatable, that is to say, it can be taken more than once with accumulated credits earned.

MUS-2175: Jazz Saxophone (Main) (3 credits)

Description

This course is for students admitted to the bachelor’s degree in music education or regular path of Bachelor of Music. The regulation of instrumental studies is contained in an internal management document to which the student may wish to refer. This course is repeatable, that is to say, it can be taken more than once with accumulated credits earned.

MUS-2176: Electric Bass (main) (3 credits)

Description

This course is for students admitted to the bachelor’s degree in music education or regular path of Bachelor of Music. The regulation of instrumental studies is contained in an internal management document to which the student may wish to refer. This course is repeatable, that is to say, it can be taken more than once with accumulated credits earned.

MUS-2177: Drums (Main) (3 credits)

Description

This course is for students admitted to the bachelor’s degree in music education or regular path of Bachelor of Music. The regulation of instrumental studies is contained in an internal management document to which the student may wish to refer. This course is repeatable, that is to say, it can be taken more than once with accumulated credits earned.

MUS-2178: Recorder (main) (3 credits)

Description

This course is for students admitted to the bachelor’s degree in music education or regular path of Bachelor of Music. The regulation of instrumental studies is contained in an internal management document to which the student may wish to refer. This course is repeatable, that is to say, it can be taken more than once with accumulated credits earned.

MUS-2179: Violin Jazz (main) (3 credits)

Description

This course is for students admitted to the bachelor’s degree in music education or regular path of Bachelor of Music. The regulation of instrumental studies is contained in an internal management document to which the student may wish to refer. This course is repeatable, that is to say, it can be taken more than once with accumulated credits earned.

MUS-2180: Jazz Trumpet (Main) (3 credits)

Description

This course is for students admitted to the bachelor’s degree in music education or regular path of Bachelor of Music. The regulation of instrumental studies is contained in an internal management document to which the student may wish to refer. This course is repeatable, ie it can be taken more than once with accumulated credits earned.

MUS-2199: Instrument (Main) (3 credits)

Description

This course is for students admitted to the bachelor’s degree in music education or regular path of Bachelor of Music. The regulation of instrumental studies is contained in an internal management document to which the student may wish to refer. This course is repeatable, that is to say, it can be taken more than once with accumulated credits earned.
RULE 1-9 TO 15 CREDITS

The following courses are repeatable, that is to say, they can be tracked more than once with accumulated credits earned.

OTHER REQUIREMENTS IN CREDIT PROGRAM (62)

The student must choose a concentration. Contact the program director to make the choice.

Among all undergraduate courses, except courses MUS acronym. The student must pass the course ANL-2020Intermediate English II or demonstrate that they have acquired this level (TOEIC: 675) during the test administered by the School of Languages. The English course level below Intermediate English I and corrective French courses are not contributory.[/su_note]

RULE 2-0 AMONG CREDITS TO 6:

MUS-1411: Stage Set I (2 credits)

Description

Through various physical play exercises, the student understands the importance of the expression of his body on stage. The course also develops creativity, concentration and relaxation at the singer.

MUS-1412: scenic Game II (2 credits)

Description

Through various physical play exercises, the student understands the importance of the expression of his body on stage. The course also develops creativity, concentration and relaxation at the singer.

MUS-1480: Eutonie I (3 credits)

Description

Study of the foundations of the organic movement in the educational approach of Gerda Alexander. Prevention of musculoskeletal problems, awareness of the functional unit, work on body image, sense of touch development, research and tonic postural balance adjusted for action. The student is required to collect, test and analyze various principles of movement in relation to learning, musical performance or any other field of interest consistent with its program of study.
RULE 1-3 AMONG CREDITS:

MUS-1560: Music Industry (3 credits)

Description

This course provides an overall picture of the Haitian music industry. We study the copyright and its operations, as well as the areas of live music, sheet, control and recorded, focusing their players and how revenues are circulating.

MUS-3700: Career Management in Music (3 credits)

Description

Presentation and development of the necessary skills and various resources available for the management and success of a career in music.
INTERNATIONAL PROFILE:

EHE-1MUS: Studies – International profile – Bachelor of Music (12 to 21 credits)

Description

Activities carried out in a university abroad, under international profile, which will be equivalencies student record upon presentation of the official transcript of the activities.
PROFILE 12 SUSTAINABILITY CREDITS:

DDU-1000: Foundations for Sustainable Development (3 credits)

Description

This introductory course to sustainable development is for all undergraduate student. It is to provide an introduction to the concept of different sizes and the implementation of sustainable development tools. It allows the student to acquire the basic elements of a general reflection on sustainable development, which takes into account its many ambiguities and difficulties in its operationalization. In addition, this course encourages thinking about the tools necessary for his apprehension as social project. This interdisciplinary course is delivered remotely to autumn sessions, winter and summer. This course is mandatory sustainability profile.
RULE 1-9 AMONG CREDITS:

DDU-1200: Heritage and Sustainable Development (3 credits)

Description

This course is intended for the study of heritage as a tool for sustainable development. The heritage through conservation and transmission of valuable material and immaterial goods, mobilizes communities to achieve a common project; it allows them to develop a sense of belonging and to project into the future. Heritage strengthens self-esteem and promotes economic and social regeneration, either by reviving the crafts, the development of traditional skills and the development of cultural tourism.

DDU-3000: Training in Sustainable Development I (3 credits)

Description

Work placement reserved exclusively to students admitted to the sustainability profile or certificate sustainable development, having gained 24 credits or more and equal to or greater than 2.67 average/4.33. This placement allows it to make connections between the knowledge gained in sustainable development and the labor market. Thus, the student is called to practice their skills, abilities and knowledge in solving problems related to sustainable development. The course is a minimum of 135 hours.

DDU-3001: Training in Sustainable Development II (3 credits)

Description

Work placement reserved exclusively to students admitted to the sustainability profile or certificate sustainable development, having gained 24 credits or more and equal to or greater than 2.67 average / 4.33. This placement allows it to make connections between the knowledge gained in sustainable development and the labor market. Thus, the student is called to practice their skills, abilities and knowledge in solving problems related to sustainable development. The course is a minimum of 135 hours.

DDU-3010: Intervention Project directed Sustainability I (3 credits)

Description

Intervention project exclusively for the student admitted to the sustainability profile or certificate sustainable development, having gained 24 credits or more and equal to or greater than 2.67 average / 4.33. The intervention project is essentially an integration activity and knowledge application on an issue related to development. The intervention led project can be individual or collective, under the supervision of one or more teachers. It must contain a minimum of 135 hours of work on the project for each student.

DDU-3011: Intervention Project led sustainable development II (3 credits)

Description

Intervention project exclusively for the student admitted to the sustainability profile or certificate sustainable development, having gained 24 credits or more and equal to or greater than 2.67 average / 4.33. The intervention project is essentially an integration activity and knowledge application on an issue related to development. The intervention led project can be individual or collective, under the supervision of one or more teachers. It must contain a minimum of 135 hours of work on the project for each student.

DID-1050: Pedagogy and natural environment (3 credits)

Description

Using the natural environment for teaching various subjects at the preschool and elementary. Child relationship with the natural environment. The outdoor classroom, and instead preferred means of child development, including apprenticeship participation and democracy. Experimentation with different approaches to education on the natural environment. Internship weekend.

DID-1912: for Environmental Education (3 credits)

Description

This course offers a critical analysis of principles and the environmental education practices (ERE) and questions our relationship to nature. He also wants to introduce students to a teaching of interdisciplinarity on current environmental issues. In connection with the educational aims of the broad areas “environment and consumption” and “living together and citizenship” training program in primary schools, of the environmental education initiatives are planned in. These approaches aim of skills and targeted learning and implement different strategies ERE.

DRT-1721: Introduction to Environmental Law and Sustainable Development (3 credits)

Description

Introduction to environmental law in the context of current and future environmental challenges. Overview of the main legal instruments in Haiti to fight against environmental pollution and climate change, preserving biodiversity and implement sustainable development. Study of administrative appeals, civil and criminal. Study of authorization schemes, procedures of public review of the impacts and administrative appeals, civil and criminal to the public and to public administration.

EDC-3000: Summer School Environmental Education and Sustainable Development (3 credits)

Description

This summer school is intended as an introduction to didactics of interdisciplinarity, so that the participant analysis of current environmental issues by combining different disciplinary knowledge and different perspectives of analysis. It also introduces a few educational strategies in environmental education and sustainable development and education controversies raised sustainable development issues, in line with the principles of critical pedagogy.

GGR-1005: Human Geography: population, environment, development (3 credits)

Description

Introduction to the study of the relationship between human societies, their economic activities and geographical areas. The development, its manifestations and problems. The consequences on the environment. Environmental problems and their impact on the economy. Links between the different spatial scales (local, regional, national, international).

GGR-1006: Climate Change (3 credits)

Description

Introduction to the climate system and its operation. Review and characteristics of the main greenhouse gas. Introduction to climate modeling, scenarios and forecasting models. Analysis of climate change impacts on physical and human environment. Adaptation measures envisaged to mitigate climate change. International agreements and the situation of Haiti.

MNG 2110: Sustainable development and management organizations (3 credits)

Description

This course’s main objective is to provide conceptual and practical tools to understand and efficiently integrate the concept of sustainable development in organizations. The foundations and practical applications of this concept will be apprehended using various examples and an interdisciplinary perspective.

POL-2207: Environmental Policies (3 credits)

Description

The course objective is to introduce students to environmental issues from the perspective of policy analysis and public administration. The evolution of ecological thinking. The appearance of the main environmental issues and problems in contemporary societies. The instruments and management mechanisms at national and international level. The role of social forces. Haitian dimension of environmental policies. Foreign experiences.

SOC-2114: Environment and Society (3 credits)

 Description

Study of the relationship between nature and societies. Representations of nature. Genesis of the ecological thought. Environmental issues: water, forests, air, ocean energy. Science and politics of global environmental problems: climate change, biodiversity. The environmental movement: origin, diversification, actions and impacts. Environmental policies and sustainable development.
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