This course introduces human behaviour and basic psychological concepts and enables students to put them into practice. The areas studied include the biological basis of behaviour, as well as human development and social psychology (personality, abnormal behaviour, treatments, etc.)
This is a course on human behaviour and basic concepts in modern psychology. The course covers the five major psychological domains: methods, biopsychological, cognitive, developmental, and socio-economic domain. The course is designed for students who have an interest in psychology and are curious to learn how and why people think and act the way they do.
AP Course outline 2017
This course will introduce students to the systematic and scientific study and behavior and mental process of human beings and other animals. Students will be exposed to psychological facts, principles, and phenomena associated with each of the sub fields in psychology. Students wishing to write the AP exam will do so in May.
A study of the forces that shape the earth’s surface, the resulting features, and how they affect people. Students will study aspects of astronomy, oceanography, climatology, plant geography, geology and geomorphology, and examine the problems of climate change, overpopulation, resource depletion and the impact of technological development on the natural world.
A study of world history in the 20th century and the examination of the developments that have profoundly affected our civilization and way of life. Topics include the Treaty of Versailles; World War II; the Cold War; Imperialism; Nationalism; Militarism; Internationalism; the arms race; and the fall of Communism.
A survey course of Canadian law and legal issues; emphasis is on statute law, case law, the Charter of Rights and Freedoms, and criminal and civil law as encountered by the average citizen. Topics include: Procedural law; human rights; contracts; torts; family law; consumer law; young offenders law; and emerging legal concerns.