Social Sciences

Aboriginal Studies 10, 20, 30

Credits: 5 for each course
Prerequisites: None for Aboriginal Studies 10. 20/30 require successful completion of the previous level

  • Explore the political and economic organizations of Aboriginal cultures as well as Aboriginal symbolism and expression.
  • Study cultural change as it relates to the Métis, treaties, legislation and schooling

Personal Psychology and General Psychology 20

Credits: 6
Prerequisites: None

  • Explore psychology from the perspective of the individual in greater depth, with a focus on elements of personality, behavior, intelligence and perception
  • Gain a broad understanding of the many topics of study in psychology, including learning and thinking, conflicts and disorders, as well as career opportunities

Experimental Psychology and Sociology 30

Credits: 6
Prerequisites: None

  • Expand research and data analysis skills using methods situated within the field of psychology
  • Inquire into issues of importance to psychologists and design a research project
  • Learn how sociologists practice their discipline within an everyday context with a focus on societal and personal issues
  • Consider the influence of social movements of cultural change

Philosophies of Man and World Religion 30

Credits: 6
Prerequisites: None

  • Examine the need and purpose of philosophy with a focus on how philosophers address fundamental questions of human life
  • Critically analyze your individual outlook, knowledge and belief systems
  • Understand the historical development of religion and survey the beliefs and practices of major religions around the world 
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