Social Studies Courses and Paths

Social 10-1
Perspectives on Globalization - Students explore multiple perspective on the origins of globalization and the impact of globalization on identity, lands, cultures, economies, human rights and quality of life.

Social 10-2
Living in a Globalizing World -  Students will explore multiple perspectives on the origin of globalization and the impact of globalization on identity, lands, cultures , economics, human rights and quality of life. 

Social 20-1
Perspectives on Nationalism - Students explore the complexities of nationalism in Canadian and international contexts. The course includes study of the origins of nationalism and the influence of nationalism on regional, international, and global relations.

Social 20-2
Understanding of Nationalism - Students focus on "To what extent should we embrace nationalism?" This examines origins and impacts of nationalism on individuals and communities are explored using examples of nationalism, ultra-nationalism, supra-nationalism, and internationalism examined from multiple perspectives.

Social 30-1
This course examines the concepts of conflict and cooperation in the twentieth century. It investigates the values, principles, and characteristics, of the major political and economic systems.  There is a diploma exam for this course: course mark 50%, diploma exam mark 50%.

Social 30-2
This course covers the historical study of change in Europe with particular focus on the twentieth century with consideration of conflict and cooperation and political and economic systems. There is a diploma exam for this course: course mark 50%, diploma exam mark 50%.