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In BAS Liberal Studies, you will be doing
courses aimed at developing your report-writing and research skills,
your public speaking skills along with selected academic courses.
English 125 and 175
are general skills (Reading, Writing, Listening, Speaking) courses
which is offered to selected sections. LSEC 100
and 101 are older academic skills courses also offered to selected sections.
You don't have to pass one to pass another - they are
independent courses, separate from each other.
From time to time in the courses above, you may have independent learning
activities. Please check with your teacher for links and information.
You will also need to meet certain goals and requirements which are part of
the Graduate Outcomes.
Click here for details.
Official HCT Policy: Plagiarism is unacceptable. Copying and pasting will
result in a mark of 0%. Serious case of plagiarism will result in dismissal from
Click here to see the official HCT policy on cheating and plagiarism.
here for an interactive animation on plagiarism.
webpage for articles and activities about plagiarism.
- This is the final report of your project. You can run your final through
to check your work for plagiarism.
- For older information about projects,
You can find examples and activities for Projects and Reports here.
N.B. Plagiarism is unacceptable. Copying
and pasting will result in a mark of 0%. Serious case of plagiarism will result
in dismissal from the college.
- Roger Say -
LSC 1103; LSC 2103; ENGL N125 and ENGL N175
Phone: 404 8316 Office: #9
- James McLaughlin - LSC 1503; LSEC N100 and LSEC N101
Phone: 404 8347 Office #10
- Julie Wallace - LSC 2143 and LSEC N307
phone 404 8355 Office #5