Take our self-assessments to identify your strengths and weaknesses in English, Math, Chemistry, and Computing Science.
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This self-assessment will help determine if you are ready for an introduction to university-level chemistry.
An important prerequisite for CMIS 351 is to have working knowledge of Microsoft Access. This requires both that you understand the fundamentals of relational databases and that you can apply this knowledge in Microsoft Access.
Athabasca University offers preparatory courses (designated by a number in the 100's) to help you prepare for university studies. Program students should discuss with an advisor how you can incorporate these courses into your program plan.
Updated March 20 2018 by Student & Academic Services