Duration: 2 years
Offered at: English Section
Also offered at: English Section
Description of program
You’re interested in learning more about the world, societies and human relations? Come and explore the issues affecting humans with the support of a dynamic team and acquire the knowledge you need to go on to university in the field of management or administration.
Choosing to study here
- Become involved in research experiences that give you a chance to put into practice what you’re learning and make the most of your intellectual energy.
- Take part in meaningful field trips that stimulate authentic learning.
- Become involved in a humanistic educational project that helps you build psychosocial aptitudes.
- Build language skills to be able to communicate better verbally and in writing.
SECOND LANGUAGE IMMERSION:
Take your courses in French and in English, and get individual coaching.
Combine weekly outdoor activities with your courses and obtain sport certifications at the end of your studies.
General admission conditions
To be eligible for college, you have to meet the following conditions:
Hold a secondary school diploma or hold a secondary school vocational diploma and have successfully completed the following courses:
Special admission conditions
Secondary 5 Maths Technical & Science or Science option
My future in Social science
University studies in the following fields:
- The field of administration and management (human resources management, business administration, industrial relations, accounting, etc.);
- Social science (politics, economics, history, philosophy, psychology, social work, criminology, law);
- Communications (journalism, public relations, cinema, television);
- Education (pre-school, primary school, secondary school teaching, special education);
- Intervention (psychology, psychoeducation and educational counseling, social work, vocational and career counseling, sexology, industrial relations);
- And many other fields.
|Course number||Course Title||Ponderation
first semester(27 hours/week)
|330-910-RE||History of Western Civilization||2||1||3|
|109-101-MQ||Physical Activity and Health||1||1||1|
|602-CGE-R4||French S. L. Common GE||1||2||3|
|603-101-MQ||Introduction to College English||2||2||4||
second semester(21 hours/week)
|109-102-MQ||Physical Activity and Effectiveness||0||2||1|
|COM-001-03||Elective course 1||2||1||3||
third semester(24 hours/week)
|201-325-GA||Linear Algebra and Vectorial Geometry||3||2||3|
|300-300-RE||Practical Initiation to Methodology in the Social Sciences||2||2||2|
|383-920-RE||Introduction to Economics I||2||1||3|
|Choix de 1 parmi 2|
|201-301-RE||Advanced Quantitative Methods||2||1||3|
|109-103-MQ||Physical Activity and Autonomy||1||1||1|
|345-102-MQ||Vision du monde||3||0||3|
fourth semester(22 hours/week)
|383-303-GA||Economics and Globalization||3||0||3|
|345-C13-GA||Humanities in social science||1||2||3|
|602-PGE-R4||French S. L. Applied GE||1||2||3|
|COM-002-03||Elective course 2||2||1||3|
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