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If you’re not sure what direction you want to take your career and you’re looking to build a well-rounded foundation for further education, the General Studies program is just what you need. Our versatile, two-year diploma will equip you with the skills and knowledge necessary for a future where you get to call the shots. You’ll be able to take your pick as we offer a variety of options, including a General Studies diploma, or one of five majors to suit the area that interests you. Whatever you choose, almost all our courses are transferrable to several universities, so you can be guaranteed that when you’re done here, the options for your future will be endless.
General Studies is right for you if you:
- have a career path in mind and want to get started in small classes with courses that transfer to college or university programs
- have no set career path but want to develop yourself and your skills while preparing for further education
- want flexibility in choosing courses that meet your needs at delivery times that are convenient.
Customize your education, choose from five majors:
Study history, politics and literature while considering the diversity of the Canadian experience and Canada’s place in the world.
Explore the components of culture: religion, language, gender, art, family, political systems, economics, race and ethnicity and gain an excellent academic background for future studies in anthropology, religious studies, women’s studies, and communications and culture.
Discover the world of literature or pursue a career in writing. This major will equip you with an array of tools and gain a distinctive advantage in your present and future academic endeavours, as well as in the affairs of business, government, law, education and science.
Physical Education and Leadership:
Combine elements of social sciences with those of physical education and leadership to prepare for careers or further education in kinesiology, education and coaching.
Psychology and Sociology:
Uncover the intricate workings of the human mind or the complex social interactions at a family and societal level. Topics include culture, race, religion, sex and gender, deviance and crime and how individuals come to understand their roles.
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