Geography, Humanities & Social Studies

Geography, Humanities & Social Studies

changing the world togetherHistory, Geography, Law, Politics, Economics, Family Studies, Social Sciences, and World Religions are all areas of study that bring the world to our students. We offer a full range of courses that can bring success in the 21st century and enable students to be global citizens.

If you can answer “yes” to these questions, you will want to reserve a spot in the courses available in these areas.

Do you want to learn about what is happening in the world?

Do you want to understand world issues?

Do you want to investigate the environment?

Do you want to make a difference in the world?

Do you want to predict trends and developments in the 21st century?

Do you want to have the ideas and skills that prepare you for the world of the future?


Courses in Geography include:

Issues in Canadian Geography - CGC1D (academic)
Issues in Canadian Geography - CGC1P (applied)
Travel and Tourism - CGG3O (open)
Canadian and World Issues - CGW4U (university)
The Environment and Resource Management - CGR4M (mixed)

Courses in Family Studies include:

Working with Infants and Young Children - HPW3C (college)
Families in Canada - HHS4U (university)
Families in Canada - HHS4C (college)
Human Development Throughout the Lifespan - HHG4M (university/college)  

Courses in General Social Sciences include:

Introduction to Anthropology, Sociology and Psychology - HSP3U (university)
Introduction to Anthropology, Sociology and Psychology - HSP3C (college)

Courses in Equity and Inclusive Education:

World Religions and Belief Traditions: Perspectives, Issues, and Challenges - HRT3M (university/college)


Contact Information

ACL Names: N. Brand

Office Room Number: History office (first floor) 

Extension Number: 20085
Staff: D. Davies, R. Shirazi, K. Farmer, G. Baksi, V. Sood, R. Mulroy