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Regina Mundi Catholic College
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Types of Courses

Grade 9 and 10

In grade 9 and 10, there are four types of courses: academic (coded with a "D"), applied (coded with a "P"), open (coded with an "O"), and locally developed (coded with a "L").​

Not all courses are offered in each of the above-mentioned types. For example, some courses (e.g. Grade 9 Religion) are offered only as an "open" course. Other courses (e.g. Grade 10 Math) are offered as an "academic", "applied" or "locally developed" course.

Each type of course has specified expectations that students must achieve. Students should select the course that is best for their learning style, academic strengths, future goals and interests. The key is to choose courses students will be successful in. If students need assistance in determining the appropriate course, please contact your Guidance Counsellor.

Grade 11 and 12

In grade 11 and 12, there are five types of courses: open (coded with an "O"), workplace (coded with an "E"), college (coded with a "C"), university/college (coded with a "M"), and university (coded with an "U").

Not all courses are offered in each of the above-mentioned types. Some courses (e.g. Grade 11 Marketing) are offered only as a "college" course. Some courses (e.g. Grade 11 or 12 Technological Design) are offered only as a "university/college" course. Other courses (e.g. Grade 12 Canadian and World Studies courses) are offered in all four categories.

Each type of course has specified expectations that students must achieve. Students should select the course that is best for their learning style, academic strengths, future goals and interests. The key is to choose courses where students will be successful. If students need assistance in determining the appropriate course, please contact your Guidance Counsellor.

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