Social Sciences courses are provided to offer an enrichment and in-depth option for those who have an interest in these disciplines. Students may enroll in any of these courses with a passing mark of 50% in either Social Studies 10-1 or Social Studies 10-2.
PSYCHOLOGY 20 GENERAL (3 credit)
PSYCHOLOGY 30 EXPERIMENTAL (3 credit)
Prerequisite Recommended: Psychology 20 General
These are introductory courses designed to bring the student's attention to a scientific approach to the study of human behaviour.
SOCIOLOGY 20 (3 credit)
SOCIOLOGY 30 (3 credit)
Sociology courses help student develop a basic understanding sociology by studying human behaviour in the format of a social science.
ABORIGINAL STUDIES 30 (5 credits)
Aboriginal Studies enhances understanding of the diverse Aboriginal cultures within Alberta, Canada and the world.
The goal of Aboriginal Studies is to shift thinking, understanding and knowledge of Aboriginal people, the issues and challenges they face, and the contributions they have made to society.
Students will examine how Aboriginal peoples are striving toward maintaining and promoting are striving toward maintaining and promoting cultures and identifies that reflect values based on rspect for the lawas of nature and a continual pursuit of balance among individuals, the family unit, the larger community and global commuity context.
The term "Aboriginal" refers to First Nations, Metis and Inuit.