The study of crafts, dance, drama and the humanities.
Some of the more popular courses undertaken:
Communication is the process of exchanging information, usually via a common protocol. Studies in communication
focuses on communication forms, processes and meanings, including speech, interpersonal and organizational communication.
The formal teaching and care of young children by people other than their family or in settings
outside of the home. Spans the human life from birth to age eight.
Literature written in the English language. English literature is as diverse as the Englishes that are spoken
around the world. A study into the evolution of the English language and contextual usage.
TESOL (Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages)
TESOL (Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages). Prepares the student for life as an English teacher.
Focuses on learning methods, classroom management along with curriculum design for non-native English speakers.
You can major in French and Francophone Studies or in Spanish. You can choose a minor in French, Spanish,
Italian, or German. Also on offer are courses in Chinese, Japanese, Modern Greek, or Tagalog.
The study and interpretation of the record of humans, families, and societies. Knowledge of history is often said
to encompass both knowledge of past events and historical thinking skills.
This course is structured to allow students to identify individual special skills and interests, by engaging in
a wide range of design experiences covering the major fields of design practice.
Academic disciplines, such as languages, literature, history, philosophy, mathematics, and science, that provide
information of general cultural concern.