Faculty of Social Science

Summer 2017 Courses in Social Science

Students in Social Science class

Expand your horizons and discover a new field of knowledge with these Social Science courses.

Social Science offers a wide range of interesting 1000 and 2000 level courses, exploring many aspects of our world, society, and ourselves. 

Social Science is committed to intellectual inquiry that uncovers problems and solutions to factors that affect the human condition. We produce new and innovative research and teach students the knowledge and skills necessary to make a difference in government, business, the non-profit sector and academia.

Most of these online courses, listed below, require no prerequisties, making them the perfect fit for your schedule.

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Courses include:

Anthropology

Economics

  • Economics 1021A - Principles of MicroeconomicsIntroduction to the principles of microeconomics. Microeconomics helps you understand how pricing and purchasing decisions are made in a market economy.
  • Economics 1022A - Principles of MacroeconomicsIntroduction to the principles of macroeconomics. Macroeconomics helps you understand what causes the economy to go through cycles of growth and contraction, and how the government can influence the economy to attempt to moderate these cycles.

Geography

History

Political Science

* Registration may require special permission or pre-requisites 

Psychology

Sociology

** Prerequisite requirements: 1.0 from Sociology 1020, 1021, 1025, 1026, 1027