Social Science

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.

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:

  • Language of Instruction – Secondary 5
  • Second Language – Secondary 5
  • Mathematics – Secondary 4

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);
  • And many other fields.

Course schedule

Legend →
T : Theory
L : Laboratories
P : Personal
Course numberCourse TitlePonderation
hours/week

first semester

(27 hours/week)
T L P
    201-305-GA Differential Calculus 3 2 3
    330-910-RE History of Western Civilization 2 1 3
    350-102-RE General Psychology 2 1 3
    401-303-GA Business Organization 2 1 3
    109-101-MQ Physical Activity and Health 1 1 1
    345-101-MQ Knowledge 3 1 3
    603-101-MQ Introduction to College English 2 2 4
    602-CGE-R4 French S. L. Common GE 1 2 3

second semester

(21 hours/week)
T L P
    201-315-GA Integral Calculus 3 2 3
    360-300-RE Quantitatives methods 2 2 2
    401-323-GA Business Law 3 0 3
    109-102-MQ Physical Activity and Effectiveness 0 2 1
    603-102-MQ Literary Genres 2 2 3
    COM-001-03 Elective course 1 2 1 3

third semester

(24 hours/week)
T L P
    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
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        201-301-RE Méthodes quantitatives avancées 2 1 3
        401-343-GA Accounting 2 1 3
    109-103-MQ Physical Activity and Autonomy 1 1 1
    345-102-MQ World Views 3 0 3
    603-C04-GA English: Pre-University 2 2 2

fourth semester

(22 hours/week)
T L P
    300-301-RE Integrative seminar 1 2 3
    383-303-GA Economics and Globalization 3 0 3
    401-333-GA Marketing 3 0 3
    345-C13-GA Humanities in social science 1 2 3
    603-103-MQ Literary Themes 2 2 3
    602-PGE-R4 French S. L. Applied GE 1 2 3
    COM-002-03 Elective course 2 2 1 3


 

For information

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